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Westmoreland Museum of American Art hosts Art on Tap 5.2.7

| Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012, 8:56 p.m.
(from left), Mary Dreliszak, of Connellsville, and daughter, Alyssa Dreliszak, join Brittni Spillar, of Greensburg, at the Art on Tap 5.2.7. happy hour, held at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg on Friday evening, December 14, 2012. The evening's event, sponsored by First Commonwealth Advisors, included an 'Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest', music from Chad Fetty of East Coast Turnaround, local celebs autographing their book, 'Food Lovers' Guide to Pittsburgh!', a scavenger hunt with prizes and appetizers. Kim Stepinsky | For The Tribune-Review
FLOW (Future Leaders of the Westmoreland) members, (from left), Alyssa Kunselman, Jason Yuhas, Jennifer Altimore, and Anne-Marie Welty, (sitting), stop for a photo op at the Christmas tree lights photo booth, during the Art on Tap 5.2.7. happy hour, held at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg on Friday evening, December 14, 2012. The evening's event, sponsored by First Commonwealth Advisors, included an 'Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest', music from Chad Fetty of East Coast Turnaround, local celebs autographing their book, 'Food Lovers' Guide to Pittsburgh!', a scavenger hunt with prizes and appetizers. Kim Stepinsky | For The Tribune-Review

Mary Dreliszak of Connellsville and daughter Alyssa Dreliszak join Brittni Spillar of Greensburg at the Art on Tap 5.2.7. happy hour at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg on Friday. The evening's event, sponsored by First Commonwealth Advisors, included an “Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest,” music from Chad Fetty of East Coast Turnaround, local celebs autographing their book, “Food Lovers' Guide to Pittsburgh!”, a scavenger hunt with prizes and appetizers.

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