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Photo gallery: Oakmont businesses strut their stuff

| Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, 11:51 a.m.
Ann Flowers of the Mighty Oak Barrel serves samples from her restaurant's menu to Bill Yukstas of Oakmont during the Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event at the Greek Orthodox Social Hall.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Ann Flowers of the Mighty Oak Barrel serves samples from her restaurant's menu to Bill Yukstas of Oakmont during the Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event at the Greek Orthodox Social Hall.
Victoria Weng of Zen arranges samples from her restaurant's sushi menu at the Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event at the Greek Orthodox Social Hall. Hosted by the Oakmont Chamber of Commerce, the event showcased local restaurants and businesses.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Victoria Weng of Zen arranges samples from her restaurant's sushi menu at the Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event at the Greek Orthodox Social Hall. Hosted by the Oakmont Chamber of Commerce, the event showcased local restaurants and businesses.
Anita Watkins of Plum finds the perfect sweater at the Snow Water Boutique display during the Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Anita Watkins of Plum finds the perfect sweater at the Snow Water Boutique display during the Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event.
Sharon Carroll, who with her husband, David, owns the Oakmont Olive Oil Company, gives out samples Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Sharon Carroll, who with her husband, David, owns the Oakmont Olive Oil Company, gives out samples Oct. 4 Celebrate Oakmont event.

Businesses got to show off what they do best during Celebrate Oakmont at the Greek Orthodox Social Hall on Oct. 4.

The event sponsored by the Oakmont Chamber of Commerce showcased more than 40 stores and restaurants doing business in the borough.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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