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Flash!: Family Hospice Memorial Walk; Focus on Renewal's 44th Anniversary Gala

| Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013, 8:00 p.m.
John Altdorfer
WALK THE WALK Pirates pitcher great and broadcaster Steve Blass with Barbara Invanko, CEO and president of Family Hospice and Palliative Care during the Family Hospice and Palliative Care Memorial Walk benefit along the North Shore on Oct. 6.
John Altdorfer
TEAM EFFORT Kiya and Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin were among the VIPs mingling during the Steelers Style 2013 runway show. One of the annual must-attends for die-hard fans, another packed house eagerly awaited a cameo from their favorite player as he strutted down the runway. The Oct. 11 event benefited the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program and the Cancer Caring Center.
John Altdorfer
FATHER KNOWS BEST Father Regis Ryan with Focus on Renewal executive director Greg Quinlan during the Focus on Renewal’s 44th Anniversary Gala Honoring Father Regis Ryan. The Oct. 12 event was held at the Father Ryan Arts Center in McKees Rocks.

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