La Dolce Vita — Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
FAME Luncheon — Fund for Advancement of Minorities Through Education
Rock 'n' Roll-tini — Pittsburgh CLO Guild
Life Is Sweet Chef Showcase — Best Buddies Pennsylvania
August Wilson Center
Excellence Is Ageless Gala — Lutheran SeniorLife
Trojan Triumph Auction — North Catholic High School
Four Points Sheraton North
Pittsburgh Takes a Bow Gala — Pittsburgh Public Theater
Ritz & Glitz on Grandview — Outreach Teen & Family Services
The Dirty Ball — Attack Theatre
Clock Tower (2101 Mary St.)
Friends All Around — The Friendship Circle
Omni William Penn
Treasures, Tulips & Tea — Angels' Place
Edgeworth Country Club
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