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Flash!: Cherries & Chocolate reception, Soup's On open house

| Sunday, March 24, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
CHERRIES & CHOCOLATE: (from left), Westmoreland Cultural Trust President Michael Langer, joins Mary Lou Hugus, of Hempfield Towship, Westmoreland Cultural Trust volunteer and Palace Theatre usher, Marty McGuire, Westmoreland Cultural Trust Special Events Coordinator, and Elinor Giovannini, of Greensburg, Palace Theatre usher, at the Westmoreland Cultural Trust ninth annual Cherries & Chocolate Volunteer Appreciation party held at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center on Monday evening, March 18, 2013. 114 guests enjoyed dinner, dessert and special prizes.
Rebeca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
SOUP'S ON: Darlene Rummel and son Matthew, 9, both of Ligonier, share a few giggles while enjoying samples of 'Thanksgiving dinner soup' made by Ligonier Beach, one of twenty-seven participants in the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce 4th Annual 'Soup's On' event held on Saturday, March 23, 2013, in Ligonier, PA.
Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
(from right) Sharon Detar of Ligonier shares a joyful laugh with Paul Adams of Stahlstown as he samples 'butternut coconut curry soup' made by Connections Cafe', one of twenty-seven participants in the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce 4th Annual 'Soup's On' event held on Saturday, March 23, 2013, in Ligonier, PA.

CHERRIES & CHOCOLATE

The Westmoreland Cultural Trust's ninth annual Cherries & Chocolate Volunteer Appreciation party was March 18 at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center.

SOUP'S ON

The Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce's fourth annual “Soup's On” event was March 23.

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