Greensburg's One Eleven hosts Holiday Jingle Tails Party
One Eleven in Greensburg was the site of a Dec. 10 Holiday Jingle Tails Party for the Humane Society of Westmoreland County.
Given the restaurant's soft lighting and intimate seating — not to mention the buffet of warm comfort foods — the evening had the vibe of a congenial gathering of good friends.
Adding a little buzz was the chance to win gift baskets brimming with Christmas treats and treasures, along with a lottery ticket tree to help pay off the holiday shopping sprees.
Party organizer and humane society board member Rita DeBlock gave props to restaurateur Richard Kurtz for repeated willingness to host events that benefit the organization's four-footed and furry “clients.”
Seen at One Eleven: David Volpe and Sean Spadaro, Kerry Luck, Debbie Hill, Char Neiport-Hillman, Rebecca Gardner, Candy Cassidy, John Peck, Mike and Adele Brajdich, Jim Silvis, Tom Grace and Bob and Roxanne Fontanesi.
Also, Steve and Candy Squires, Heather Keber, Debbie Henry, John Kintz and Alex Kintz-Konegger, Angel Mendoza, Georgiana Bodeanu, Teresa Domit and Phyllis Dolan.
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