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Flash! — SummerSounds volunteer/sponsor appreciation party; Excela annual cash bash

| Sunday, March 17, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
SUMMERSOUNDS: (from left) Cathy Baumann, branch officer, Dollar Bank-Westmoreland Office, Amy Baldonieri, volunteer, Summer Sounds Concert Series, Gene James, founder, Summer Sounds Concert Series, and Janet McNeel, committee member/volunteer coordinator, Summer Sounds Concert Series, gather together during the Summer Sounds Concert Series annual thank-you party held Tuesday evening, March 12, 2013 at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
EXCELA HEALTH CASH BASH: (from left), Jessica Szramowski, Community Director, March of Dimes West Penn Division, joins event co-chairs, Connie Hill and Carla Giacchino, at the Family Additions Maternity Center at Excela Health second annual cash bash to benefit the March of Dimes, held at the Pleasant Valley Country Club in Bullskin Township, Fayette County on Saturday evening, March 16, 2013. 200 guests attending the St. Patrick's Day themed event, enjoyed dinner, small games of chance, and a chinese auction.

SUMMERSOUNDS

The Summer Sounds Concert Series annual thank-you party was held the evening of March 12 at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg. Attendees included (from left) Cathy Baumann, branch officer, Dollar Bank Westmoreland office; Amy Baldonieri, volunteer with the concert series; Gene James, founder of the series; and Janet McNeel, committee member and volunteer coordinator for the series.

EXCELA HEALTH CASH BASH

From left: Jessica Szramowski, community director, March of Dimes West Penn Division, joins event co-chairwomen Connie Hill and Carla Giacchino at the Family Additions Maternity Center at Excela Health's second annual cash bash to benefit the March of Dimes on March 16. The St. Patrick's Day-themed event at the Pleasant Valley Country Club in Bullskin Township, Fayette County, was attended by 200 guests who enjoyed dinner, small games of chance and a Chinese auction.

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