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Out & About: "Posh" shopping event benefits Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation

| Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
POSITIVELY POSH: Event co-chairs, (from left), Kym Dorko and Pam Walter, pose for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: Event co-chairs, (from left), Kym Dorko and Pam Walter, pose for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Chinese auction chair, Dorothy Zello, joins Dr. Mike Semelka and Debbie Newingham in selling auction tickets, during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Chinese auction chair, Dorothy Zello, joins Dr. Mike Semelka and Debbie Newingham in selling auction tickets, during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Hannah Nemanic,  Ann Nemanic and Al Novak, Excela Health vice president and chief development officer, gather for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Hannah Nemanic, Ann Nemanic and Al Novak, Excela Health vice president and chief development officer, gather for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Jenna Lewis, of Irwin, and Andrea George, of Latrobe, pose for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Jenna Lewis, of Irwin, and Andrea George, of Latrobe, pose for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Kathy Koontz enters tickets into the chinese auction, during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Kathy Koontz enters tickets into the chinese auction, during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: Volunteers, (from left), Anna Mamo, Elizabeth Naidu and Myra Mamo, pose for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: Volunteers, (from left), Anna Mamo, Elizabeth Naidu and Myra Mamo, pose for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Carol Miedel, of Smithton, Linda Tito, of Saline, MI, and Patty McDonough, of Latrobe, gather for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Carol Miedel, of Smithton, Linda Tito, of Saline, MI, and Patty McDonough, of Latrobe, gather for a photo during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Alexia McCabe, 14,  joins her mother, Beth McCabe, as she buys a chance on the gift card tree from volunteer, Judy Svidron, during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
POSITIVELY POSH: (from left), Alexia McCabe, 14, joins her mother, Beth McCabe, as she buys a chance on the gift card tree from volunteer, Judy Svidron, during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's Positively Posh Bash, a raffle of cash and luxurious prizes, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Saturday morning, November 4, 2017. The bash included six chinese auctions, a basket of cheer, a gift card extravaganza and a progressive 50/50. Proceeds from the sold-out event benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation to support improvement in the Family Medicine Education Program.

Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society hosted its annual Positively Posh shopping extravaganza Nov. 4 at Rizzo's in Crabtree. From raffles for cash, sporting event tickets and a $2,000 travel voucher, to a tasty brunch and a gift card tree with a value of more than $1,000, there was something to appeal to every guest. Proceeds from the bash will benefit the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation for improvements to the family medicine education program.

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