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Flash!: Dancing With the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland; Positively Posh

| Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015, 9:00 p.m.
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HIGHLANDS FLING: (from left), John R. Dickson IV, President and CEO of Redstone Presbyterian SeniorCare, joins honorary chair and the emcee of the evening, Kathy Svilar, and Chuck West, Redstone Highlands Chairman of the Board, at 'Twilight on the Loch', the Redstone Highlands 2015 Highlands Fling, held at the Greensburg Country Club on Saturday evening, November 7, 2015. 275 guests enjoyed dinner, live and silent auctions and entertainment by Eric Barchiesi.
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CHEERS TO THE LIBRARY: (from left), Event co-chairs, Donna Dolan and Christine Lee, join Broadway veteran George Dvorsky, and Linda C. Matey, Library Director, during the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library's seventh annual Library Libations, held at The Greensburg Hempfield Area Library on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests attending enjoyed Hors d'ouevres from Sun Dawg Cafe, basket raffles, silent auctions, a 50/50 raffle, musical selections by Glenn Buzzard and a Cabaret Evening, with George Dvorsky.
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POSH PURCHASES: Co-chairs, (from left), Phyllis Ruffner and Debbie Newingham, try-on some of the accessories during the Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society's sixth annual Positively Posh shopping and lunch event, held at the Fred Rogers Center at St. Vincent College in Unity Township on Saturday afternoon, November 7,2015. 350 guests could shop 38 vendors displaying 53 tables of items ranging from jewelry, accessories, food items, pottery, art and more.
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CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: Judges, (from left), Larry Wojcik, Jr., Penn Township Tax Collector, 'Dancing with the Stars' own, Louis Van Amstel, three-time World Dance Champion and Emmy-nominated choreographer and Founder of LaBlast Fitness, Kelly Hyland, former Dance Mom, and Alex Graziani, Penn Township Manager, present scores at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
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CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: First place recipients of the judges award, with a perfect score, John Otto, (L), Chief of Police, Penn Township, and instructor, Luanne O'Brien, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
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CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: First place peoples choice recipients, (from left), Laura Ann Johnson, Group Fitness Director, Galaxy Fitness and Westmoreland Athletic Club, and dance instructor, Joe O'Brien, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
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CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: (from left), Ed Helmes, youth director at Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church, dances with instructor, Heather Silver, at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
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CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: (from left), Instructor, Jeff Campbell, dances with Margaree Pertle, Owner/CEO, Emerald Business Group, at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
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CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: Instructor, John Buzilow, lifts Michelle Clark, former Municipality of Murrysville Parks and Recreation Director, at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: First place recipients of the judges award, with a perfect score, John Otto, (back), Chief of Police, Penn Township, and instructor, Luanne O'Brien, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: First place peoples choice recipients, (from right), Laura Ann Johnson, Group Fitness Director, Galaxy Fitness and Westmoreland Athletic Club, and dance instructor, Joe O'Brien, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: Co-chairs, (from left), Kaaren Eastman and Vicki Rudge, pose for a photo at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.
Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
CELEBRITIES IN ACTION: 'Dancing with the Stars' own, Louis Van Amstel, gave a LaBlast Fitness demonstration to guests after judging at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Western Westmoreland County, held at the Antonelli Event Center in North Huntingdon on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Guests enjoyed appetizer stations, dancing competitions, social dancing and a LaBlast demonstration by Louis Van Amstel. Proceeds from the event benefit the Western Westmoreland County Faith In Action.

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