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Reliving the '60s: Sports dinner and auction guests enjoy groovy night

| Sunday, April 21, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
RELIVING THE ’60S: (from left), Auctioneer, Mark Ferry and wife, Jeanine, join Dr. Lou Catalano and wife, Diane, at the 18th Annual Westmoreland County Sports Dinner and Auction, held at Ferrante's Lakeview in Hempfield Township on Thursday evening, April 18, 2013. 210 guests enjoyed a groovy '60's themed event including a cocktail reception, dinner and both silent and live auctions.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
SPRING DINNER: (from left), Carmen Eisaman, Administrative Assistant, Saint Benedict Education Foundation, Paul Whiteside, Director of Development, St. Vincent Archabbey and Seminary, Lisa Poole, Event Coordinator, and Fr. Benoit Alloggia, O.S.B., President, Saint Benedict Education Foundation, gather at the second annual Celebrate Spring Dinner, hosted by the Saint Benedict Foundation, held at Rizzo's Reception Hall & Banquet Facility in Crabtree on Saturday evening, April 22, 2013. 112 guests enjoyed a cocktail reception, dinner and a program. All fundraising efforts benefit monks and sisters in developing countries. Future events include Sunset at the Barn on Saturday, August 10, 2013 and an Italy Tour on October 12-20.

Reliving the '60s

The 18th Annual Westmoreland County Sports Dinner and Auction was held at Ferrante's Lakeview in Hempfield Township on April 18.

Spring Dinner

Celebrate Spring Dinner, hosted by the Saint Benedict Foundation, was held at Rizzo's Reception Hall & Banquet Facility in Crabtree on April 22.

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