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Fanfare: Partygoers Drink for Pink to benefit Komen organization in Pittsburgh

| Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, 9:00 p.m.
Kate Lamberson nets a pink sangria from Riverhounds forward Corey Hertzog during the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at 
Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Kate Lamberson nets a pink sangria from Riverhounds forward Corey Hertzog during the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
Santa Claus was ready to serve during Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at 
Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Santa Claus was ready to serve during Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
Delvina L. Smith was among the guests attending the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at 
Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Delvina L. Smith was among the guests attending the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
Russell Howard, Katie O'Malley and Jeremy Waldrup were ready to serve during the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at 
Andys Wine Bar in the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Russell Howard, Katie O'Malley and Jeremy Waldrup were ready to serve during the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at Andys Wine Bar in the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
Olga George, Lisa Acquaviva and Gabrielle Pollock were among the guests attending the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Olga George, Lisa Acquaviva and Gabrielle Pollock were among the guests attending the Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh at Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. Feb. 25, 2016.

A Drink for Pink cocktail reception to benefit the Susan G. Komen organization of Pittsburgh was held at Andys Wine Bar at the Fairmont Pittsburgh Hotel, Downtown, on Feb. 25.

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