More than 100 donate to 'Books for Babies' in North Huntingdon
By Shirley McMarlin
Published: Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012, 8:56 p.m.
Event hostess Jennifer Miele, Vice President Marketing and Communications, Excela Health, joined event co-chairs Maureen Cutrell and Jen Kettering with Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary president Stephanie VanNorman at the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary Christmas auction, held at Miele's home in North Huntingdon. More than 100 guests attending the event enjoyed brunch and auction items provided by auxiliary members. Books were donated by guests to benefit the “Books for Babies” project, which enables every baby born (and their siblings) at Westmoreland Hospital to receive a book.
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