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Westmoreland Community Action hosts wine tasting

Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
(from left), Amy Emili, Westmoreland Coummunity Action Board Vice President, celebrity guest hostess, Jennifer Miele, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Excela Health, and Tay Waltenbaugh, CEO, Westmoreland Community Action, gather at the Eleventh Annual Westmoreland Community Action Wine Tasting Event, held at the Westmoreland County Courthouse in Greensburg on Friday evening, April 12, 2013.

Sunday, April 14, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Westmoreland Community Action's 11th annual wine tasting was held April 12 at Westmoreland County Courthouse.

Guests meandered about the four-story structure, built in 1904 on the same site used to dispense justice since the county seat was moved in 1785 to Greensburg.

There were beverages from All Saints Brewery and wines from Greenhouse Winery, Laurel Highlands Meadery, Sybarite LLC and Walnut Hill Winery and tasty treats from Mama G's Diner, Pepperwood Grille, Rizzo's Malabar Inn and Szechuan Garden.

Entertainment was by saxophonist James Boggs and violinist Amber Eckert.

The event, sponsored by Excela Health, supports WCA and its programs for housing, child development, mental health, community development, emergency services, employment and financial services.

Seen: WCA CEO Tay Waltenbaugh, Westmoreland County Commissioners Chuck Anderson, Tyler Courtney and Ted Kopas, April Kopas, Dirk Matson, Bonnie Morgan, Kris Douglas, Jennifer Miele and Dr. Jason Cinti, Larry and Jackie Helkowski, Carol Demi, Casey and Cheri Cavanaugh, Mel and Kathy Wohlgemuth, Eric and Michele Bononi with their daughter, Nicole, Sue Trout, Barb Ciampini, Chad Amond, Jamie Crawford, Cindy Bahn and Peter Evered, Amy Emili and Carol Dunlap.

— Dawn Law

 

 
 


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