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Flash!: Great Gatsby Party; The White Party

| Sunday, June 30, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
John Altdorfer
THE GREAT GATSBY Ed and Anna Dunlap (pictured) hosted a Great Gatsby Party at Club Colony on June 23. Benefiting the Bartko Foundation, Chartiers Valley Education Foundation, Jeremiah’s Place, Operation Backpack and the Miracle League of The South Hills, the event inspired more than a few fashion nods to the Roaring ’20s.
John Altdorfer
THE GREAT GATSBY: Flappers Jenna Caputo and Kerri Eby dance during the Roaring ’20s Great Gatsby Party at Club Colony to benefit five local charities.
Mike Mancini
THE WHITE PARTY Cody Wiegand, publisher April Hubal, and Shaina Pajak were amongst the VIPs spied during The White Party on June 29. Hosted by Maniac Magazine at the Smart House on Mt. Washington, the evening included a runway show with Glam and Graffitti and benefitted A Child's Place at Mercy.
John Altdorfer
THE GREAT GATSBY: Co-host Ed Dunlap greets Robert and Vi Gallo guests during the Roaring 20's Great Gatsby Party at Club Colony to benefit five local charities.
John Altdorfer
THE GREAT GATSBY: Amy Storrs and Kathy Dunlap share a laugh during the Roaring ’20s Great Gatsby Party at Club Colony to benefit five local charities.

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