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Photo gallery: Angels heard singing at Penn Hills Senior Center

| Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017, 9:42 a.m.
Master angel Dottie McAllise opens the Christmas program at the Penn Hills Senior Center. 'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' was presented by the center's choir and the Oakland Fellowship on Friday, Dec. 15.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Master angel Dottie McAllise opens the Christmas program at the Penn Hills Senior Center. 'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' was presented by the center's choir and the Oakland Fellowship on Friday, Dec. 15.
Virgin Mary, played by Suzzy Pongracz, with baby Jesus in  scene from 'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' was presented by the Penn Hills Senior Center Choir and the Oakland Fellowship Friday, Dec. 15.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Virgin Mary, played by Suzzy Pongracz, with baby Jesus in scene from 'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' was presented by the Penn Hills Senior Center Choir and the Oakland Fellowship Friday, Dec. 15.
Fran Glasso plays 'We Three Kings' on the clarinet during'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' at the Penn Hills Senior Center, Dec. 15.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Fran Glasso plays 'We Three Kings' on the clarinet during'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' at the Penn Hills Senior Center, Dec. 15.
Angels Kim Gregory and Theresa Sarver sing 'O Little Town of Bethlehem' during the Penn Hills Senior Center's presentation of 'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' on Friday, Dec. 15.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Angels Kim Gregory and Theresa Sarver sing 'O Little Town of Bethlehem' during the Penn Hills Senior Center's presentation of 'There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd' on Friday, Dec. 15.

The Christmas program, “There's no Such Thing as a Lost Shepherd,” was presented by the Penn Hills Senior Center Choir and the Oakland Fellowship on Friday.

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