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Flash!: Excela Health luncheon; Ligonier Tastes of the Town

| Sunday, April 14, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
SPRING MEETING: (from left), Kaaren Tintori, event chair of the Spring 2013 Southwest Region Auxiliary of the Pennsylvania Association of Healthcare Auxiliaries, (SRAPAHA), Joanne Bergquist, Southwest Region Auxiliary President, and Dianne Waltos, Southwest Region Auxiliary President-Elect and Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary President, gather at the 2013 SRAPAHA Spring Meeting held at the Bishop Connare Center in Unity Township on Monday morning, April 8, 2013. 77 guests attended the business meeting which also included lunch and presentations by guest speakers, Dawn Davoli and Wendy Reynolds.
Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
FOOD & WINE: (from left) Karen O'Connor, LVHS board member and event chair, Sean Murphy, LVHS, board presidnet, Tina Yandrick, LVHS director of operations and Rachel Roehrig, LVHS board member, gather during the Ligonier Valley Historical Society's 22nd annual 'Tastes of Town' food and wine tasting event held at the Ligonier Country Inn on Thursday evening, April 11, 2013.
Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
FOOD & WINE: (from right) Patsy Kennedy of Rector joyfully accepts a Walnut Hill wine sample from Laura Heacox of Derry during the Ligonier Vallely Historical Society 'Tastes of Town' event held at the Ligonier Country Inn on Thursday evening, April 11, 2013.
Rebecca Emanuele | for the Tribune Review
FOOD & WINE: (from right) Gina Varrone of Ligonier joyfully accepts a Walnut Hill wine sample from Laura Heacox of Derry during the Ligonier Vallely Historical Society 'Tastes of Town' event held at the Ligonier Country Inn on Thursday evening, April 11, 2013.
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