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Flash: Ladies Hospital Aid Society Fall Luncheon

Stan Franzos
The Ladies Hospital Aid Society had no trouble luring the masses to its Annual Fall Luncheon on Nov. 20, 2013 at LeMont. Pictured are chairwomen Laura Penrod Kronk, Betsy Wotherspoon and Ruby Kang with Demi Brae’s Dr. Gary Cuccia and LHAS prexy Carole Kamin.

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The Ladies Hospital Aid Society had no trouble luring the masses to its Annual Fall Luncheon on Nov. 20.

Held at LeMont, the afternoon featured a showcase of vintage handbags up for grabs as well as a cameo by Mike Novak and Jason Culp of The Pines Tavern, Gibsonia.

Proceeds benefited the Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Program, which partners with the Demi Brae Cuccia Awareness Organization.

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