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Out & About: St. Vincent Summer Theatre Gala

| Sunday, July 13, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

The St. Vincent Summer Theatre gala drew nearly 300 people July 11 at the Robert S. Carey Student Center on campus in Unity.

Guests were shuttled to the party in a replica of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Trolley. They dressed in black and white in keeping with the gala's 25th anniversary theme.

Special recognition was given to past gala chairpersons. Those in attendance: Barbara Nakles, Joe and Anna Margaret Mosso, Dale and Darlene Latimer, Bill and Phil Dymond, Dick and Donna Guskiewicz, Joe and Bernie Biss, Carol Pollock, Michael Philopena and George Shaner, Tom and Diane Luscombe, George and Linda Austin, Angelo and Pam DeMezza, Luke Latimer, Richard and Joanna Stillwagon, Jack and MaryAnn Cherubini and Jim and Maureen Laffey.

Another honored guest was Jo Hall, who had just celebrated her 100th birthday and has never missed attending the gala.

Stuart and Joy Pankin pulled double duty by acting as this year's chairpersons and starring in the evening's production of “Jeeves in Bloom.”

Seen: Theatre producer Pat Reilly, director Colleen Reilly, Brother Norman Hipps, Sharon Nies, the Rev. Bonaventure Curtis, Rose Flodin, Julia Cavallo, Karl and Carmen Eisaman, Dolan Vogle, Andy and Aliesha Walz, Chuck and Anita Manoli, Craig Johnston, Bob and Rosemary Mazero, Loretta McBroom, Lou and Barb Steiner, Terry Graft and Linda Brown, Suzanne English, Lisa Poole, Tucker and Ann Luscombe, Chris Nakles, John and Gretchen Kline, Harry and Renee Smail, John and Ginnie Wandrisco, Mike and Karen Stewart, Chuck and Nancy Anderson, Dick and Barbara Flock, John and Malinda Sherid, Jerry and Nancy Davis and John and Nancy Weir.

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