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Flash!: Brother Cosmas Wolf exhibit; Human Society fall cash bash

| Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
ST. VINCENT EXHIBIT: (from left), Co-curators, Jordan Hainsey and Brother Nathan Cochran, gallery director, join Father Robert Keffer, who restored the colors to the Baptismal Font, (shown center), originally created by Br. Cosmas Wolf, circa 1880's, during the opening reception for 'Br. Cosmas Wolf, O.S.B.: Monk, Architect, Sculptor, Designer', held at the St. Vincent Gallery at St. Vincent College in Unity Township on Thursday evening, October 31, 2013.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
CASH BASH: Chairwomen Sharon Peck (legt), Action for Animals Humane Society board secretary, and Kathy Newill, Action for Animals Humane Society board president, gather at the Action for Animals Humane Society annual fall cash bash, held at Huber Hall in Latrobe on Saturday evening, November 2, 2013.

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