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Flash!: Thanks for the Memories; The History of Fashion

Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES: (from left), Laurel Faith in Action Board member, Tom Sylvester, Executive Director, Jane Kerr, Tom Watt, the 'Buffettman', and Board member, Simon Chamberlain, gather for a photo at the Laurel Faith in Action Thanks for the Memories Annual Celebration, held at the Latrobe Country Club on Tuesday evening, June 3, 2014. 136 guests were treated to hors d'oeuvres, raffles and musical entertainment by Tom Watt-The Buffettman-and the Fruitcakes Band.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES: (from left), Laurel Faith in Action Board member, Tom Sylvester, Executive Director, Jane Kerr, Tom Watt, the 'Buffettman', and Board member, Simon Chamberlain, gather for a photo at the Laurel Faith in Action Thanks for the Memories Annual Celebration, held at the Latrobe Country Club on Tuesday evening, June 3, 2014. 136 guests were treated to hors d'oeuvres, raffles and musical entertainment by Tom Watt-The Buffettman-and the Fruitcakes Band.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - DAYS GONE BY: Debbie Delisis, of Greensburg, models a Civil War Era dress, during the History of Fashion, a reception and series of vignettes illustrating fashion from the early days of settlement at Hanna's Town to the present day, presented by the Westmoreland County Historical Society, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>DAYS GONE BY: Debbie Delisis, of Greensburg, models a Civil War Era dress, during the History of Fashion, a reception and series of vignettes illustrating fashion from the early days of settlement at Hanna's Town to the present day, presented by the Westmoreland County Historical Society, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2014.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - DAYS GONE BY: (from left), Marissa Bartges, of Murrysville, and Kayla Downing, of Greensburg, are dressed for a tea in Edwardian era dresses, during the History of Fashion, a reception and series of vignettes illustrating fashion from the early days of settlement at Hanna's Town to the present day, presented by the Westmoreland County Historical Society, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>DAYS GONE BY: (from left), Marissa Bartges, of Murrysville, and Kayla Downing, of Greensburg, are dressed for a tea in Edwardian era dresses, during the History of Fashion, a reception and series of vignettes illustrating fashion from the early days of settlement at Hanna's Town to the present day, presented by the Westmoreland County Historical Society, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2014.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - DAYS GONE BY: (from left), Stephanie Faith, of Pittsburgh, Carrie Jones, of Greensburg, and Cody Barrges, of Greensburg, model a 1920's flapper flair, during the History of Fashion, a reception and series of vignettes illustrating fashion from the early days of settlement at Hanna's Town to the present day, presented by the Westmoreland County Historical Society, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>DAYS GONE BY: (from left), Stephanie Faith, of Pittsburgh, Carrie Jones, of Greensburg, and Cody Barrges, of Greensburg, model a 1920's flapper flair, during the History of Fashion, a reception and series of vignettes illustrating fashion from the early days of settlement at Hanna's Town to the present day, presented by the Westmoreland County Historical Society, held at Rizzo's Banquet Hall in Crabtree on Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2014.

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