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Library Libations fundraiser includes live auction

Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
(from left), Co-chairs, Diane Ciabattoni and Donna Dolan, join Cesare Muccari, Director, The Greensburg Hempfield Area Library, and committee member, Karen Stewart, at Library Libations, held at The Greensburg Hempfield Area Library on Friday evening, November 1, 2013.

Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Greensburg Hempfield Area Library was packed with people Nov. 1 for the fifth annual Library Libations, a fundraiser for the Greensburg institution on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Library directorCesare Muccari and board director Jeanne Smith welcomed guests.

Smith introduced fund development chairwoman Karen Stewart and thanked event volunteers and the community for supporting the 77-year old library, the “heart of the community.”

The walls were dressed by Greensburg Art Center, and Greensburg Floral provided gorgeous arrangements for tables set with fresh mozzarella, vegetables and dips from J. Corks. Servers offered trays of crab cakes and chicken-stuffed triangles drizzled with balsamic sauce.

Desserts were from The Cupcake Shoppe.

Mike Stewart was master of ceremonies and conductor of a live auction, while his sonMike Stewart II poured the libations.

Music was by Glenn Buzzard.

Seen: Bill andBecky Thorne, Barb Marin, Bob andPat Majcher, Terry Graft and Linda Brown, Dick and Barbara Flock, Dr. Richard andJanet McNeel, Keith and Shirleah Kelly, David and Linda Assard, Lee Jamison, Sue Jamison, John and Malinda Sherid, Lucy Gazarik, John and Beverly Sarp, Barbara Ferrier, George Shaner and Michael Philopena, Bill and Becky Thorne, Nancy Jamison, Jim and Karen Steeley, George and Nancy Stewart, Dr. Richard and Janet McNeel, Christine Lee, Diane Ciabattoni, Donna Dolan, Karl and Carmen Eisaman, Carmen and Paula Pedicone, Becky DeMuth, Josh Palyo and Ed and Sue Meadows, who were celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary.

— Dawn Law

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