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Flash!: 'Summer Swing,' 'Familylinks Golf Classic' and 'Promise Keepers'

Michael Mancini - SUMMER SWING: The 60th anniversary of St. Clair Hospital on July 18 at the St. Clair Country Club gathered a record-shattering crowd of 550. “I would hope that they have a sense of pride in how this community hospital has become a leader in personal health care,” said Summer Swing chairwoman Vicki McKenna, pictured with hospital prez James Collins.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Michael Mancini</em></div>SUMMER SWING: The 60th anniversary of St. Clair Hospital on July 18 at the St. Clair Country Club gathered a record-shattering crowd of 550. “I would hope that they have a sense of pride in how this community hospital has become a leader in personal health care,” said Summer Swing chairwoman Vicki McKenna, pictured with hospital prez James Collins.
Mike Mancini | for the Tribune-Review - SUMMER SWING: Karen Albert with Jerry and Susan Dioguardi during St. Clair Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Summer Swing at St. Clair Country Club on Friday, July 18. A trio of vintage rides parked outside paid homage to the hospital’s 1954 inception, prompting partygoers to inquire hopefully about whether the keys were nearby while, inside, Billy Hartung kept things entertaining for the likes of (pictured, from left) Karen Albert and Jerry and Susan Dioguardi. Committee members included Susie Bradley, Dr. Robert and Marilynn Shogry, Dr. Daniel Erlanger and Dr. Richard and Julie Maley.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Mike Mancini | for the Tribune-Review</em></div>SUMMER SWING: Karen Albert with Jerry and Susan Dioguardi during St. Clair Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Summer Swing at St. Clair Country Club on Friday, July 18.    A trio of vintage rides parked outside paid homage to the hospital’s 1954 inception, prompting partygoers to inquire hopefully about whether the keys were nearby while, inside, Billy Hartung kept things entertaining for the likes of (pictured, from left) Karen Albert and Jerry and Susan Dioguardi. Committee members included Susie Bradley, Dr. Robert and Marilynn Shogry, Dr. Daniel Erlanger and Dr. Richard and Julie Maley.
- SUMMER SWING: Jack and Lucas Piatt during St. Clair Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Summer Swing at St. Clair Country Club on Friday, July 18. In attendance July 18 were St. Clair Hospital board members whose tenure includes decades worth of service, such as Jack Piatt (shown with Lucas Piatt) and Foundation board chairman Gary Zentner. “It’s got a mission that really serves the South Hills area,” Zentner said. “They want to have a community hospital like that.”
SUMMER SWING: Jack and Lucas Piatt during St. Clair Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Summer Swing at St. Clair Country Club on Friday, July 18.  In attendance July 18 were St. Clair Hospital board members whose tenure includes decades worth of service, such as  Jack Piatt (shown with Lucas Piatt) and Foundation board chairman Gary Zentner. “It’s got a mission that really serves the South Hills area,” Zentner said. “They want to have a community hospital like that.”
John Altdorfer - PROMISE KEEPERS: Pam and Ken McCrory with Patti and Saleem Ghubril Inclement weather might have been threatening to put a kabob on the intended entertainment for the Fireworks on Mt. Washington private soiree on July 19, but that did little to dampen the spirits of friends of The Pittsburgh Promise. Held at the Grandview Avenue home of Ken and Pam McCrory (pictured, at left) the evening unfolded with Denny and Colleen Travis, Barbara McKenna, Susan and Peter Smerd, and Representative Dan and Debra Frankel raising a glass in support ofPromise’s mission to provide financial support to students of the Pittsburgh City School system who want to pursue a higher education. “At the end of the day … what it really boils down to is not the 5,000 students, but the individuals,” executive director Saleem Ghubril (pictured at right with wife Patti) said, proudly sharing stories of current and past recipients.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>John Altdorfer</em></div>PROMISE KEEPERS: Pam and Ken McCrory with Patti and Saleem Ghubril Inclement weather might have been threatening to put a kabob on the intended entertainment for the Fireworks on Mt. Washington private soiree on July 19, but that did little to dampen the spirits of friends of The Pittsburgh Promise.  Held at the Grandview Avenue home of Ken and Pam McCrory (pictured, at left) the evening unfolded with Denny and Colleen Travis, Barbara McKenna, Susan and Peter Smerd, and Representative Dan and Debra Frankel raising a glass in support ofPromise’s mission to provide financial support to students of the Pittsburgh City School system who want to pursue a higher education. “At the end of the day … what it really boils down to is not the 5,000 students, but the individuals,” executive director Saleem Ghubril (pictured at right with wife Patti) said, proudly sharing stories of current and past recipients.
John Altdorfer | for the tribune-review - PROMISE KEEPERS: Pittsburgh Promise graduates Briana Smith, Ciera Wilson and Alec Chapman Pittsburgh Promise grads Briana Smith, Ciera Wilson and Alec Chapman attend the Fireworks on Mt. Washington party. With close to 5,000 students already funded via $49.1 million in scholarships, the privately funded endeavor The Pittsburgh Promise is looking to move beyond its current $175 million watermark to a goal of $250 million.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>John Altdorfer  |  for the tribune-review</em></div>PROMISE KEEPERS: Pittsburgh Promise graduates Briana Smith, Ciera Wilson and Alec Chapman  Pittsburgh Promise grads Briana Smith, Ciera Wilson and Alec Chapman attend the Fireworks on Mt. Washington party. With close to 5,000 students already funded via $49.1 million in scholarships, the privately funded endeavor The Pittsburgh Promise is looking to move beyond its current $175 million watermark to a goal of $250 million.
familylinks - GOLF CLASSIC: Familylinks welcomed more than 175 guests to the St. Clair Country Club on July 14 for the 28th annual Larry Frattare Golf Classic. After a game on the green, the crowd enjoyed a cocktail party inside the club. The event raised more than $140K. Among those in attendance were Jim and Electra Agras (pictured). Since its inception, the event has raised more than $3.7 million.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>familylinks</em></div>GOLF CLASSIC: Familylinks welcomed more than 175 guests to the St. Clair Country Club on July 14 for the 28th annual Larry Frattare Golf Classic. After a game on the green, the crowd enjoyed a cocktail party inside  the club. The event raised more than $140K. Among those in attendance were Jim and Electra Agras (pictured). Since its inception, the event has raised more than $3.7 million.
Mike Mancini | for the Tribune-Review - SUMMER SWING: Andrea Kalina and Gary Zentner during St. Clair Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Summer Swing at St. Clair Country Club on Friday, July 18.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>  Mike Mancini | for the Tribune-Review</em></div>SUMMER SWING: Andrea Kalina and Gary Zentner during St. Clair Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Summer Swing at St. Clair Country Club on Friday, July 18.
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