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Out and About: Good Life for the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field

Shirley McMarlin
| Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, 8:09 p.m.
(from left), Eileen Seng and Mark Tomeo, both of North Hills, pose for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Eileen Seng and Mark Tomeo, both of North Hills, pose for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
(from left), Len McFadden and Bob Wise, both of Greensburg, stop for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Len McFadden and Bob Wise, both of Greensburg, stop for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
(from left), Ernie Vallozzi and Jim Vaccare, stop for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Ernie Vallozzi and Jim Vaccare, stop for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
(from left), John and Sue Watson, of Wexford, pose for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), John and Sue Watson, of Wexford, pose for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
(from left), Tom Graf and Tom Merhaut, both of Gibsonia, pose for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Tom Graf and Tom Merhaut, both of Gibsonia, pose for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Angel Martinez, with Don Gonzalez Cigars, hand-rolls a cigar at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Angel Martinez, with Don Gonzalez Cigars, hand-rolls a cigar at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Aerobic Center general manager, Marianne Anzovino, (center), joins board president, Kim Houser,(L), and restaurant owner, Joey DiSalvo, (R), for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
Aerobic Center general manager, Marianne Anzovino, (center), joins board president, Kim Houser,(L), and restaurant owner, Joey DiSalvo, (R), for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
(from left), Debbie Bower, Roman Carloni and Lisa Hainaut, gather for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Debbie Bower, Roman Carloni and Lisa Hainaut, gather for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
(from left), Kimberly Rabbits, Assad Salih and Michele Answine, gather for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Kimberly Rabbits, Assad Salih and Michele Answine, gather for a photo at the Taste the Good Life Charity Gala to benefit the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field, held at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe on Thursday evening, October 27, 2016.

Here's a word of advice for anyone wanting to attract more guys to a fundraiser: cigars.

Restaurateur Joey DiSalvo has that figured out with the Taste the Good Life events he hosts for various organizations at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe.

The Oct. 27 Good Life for the Aerobic Center at Lynch Field in Greensburg saw guys outnumbering gals at least five to one, with a good number of them puffing on “fragrant” smokes hand-rolled on site.

The good life as interpreted by DiSalvo's also includes live lounge-style music, open bars and food stations, with copious offerings for both surf and turf lovers styled by executive chef Gaetano DiSalvo.

Guests were greeted by the center's general manager Marianne Anzovino and husbandJeff, assistant managerLisa Hainaut and board chairKim Houser, along withMichele Answine, Kim Rabbits andDebbie Cribbs.

Information was available on the center's “Special Programs for Special People,” including one-on-one assistance and adaptive aquatics for folks with chronic physical disabilities, vision impairment, neurological diseases and other physical and cognitive challenges.

Seen at the Station: Dr. Jim and Debbie Adisey, Gianna Bradley, Doug Sterrett, Ron Aiello, Roman Carloni, David Harbst, Justin andBeth Gibson, Elle Ray, Marcia Speicher, Jeff Smail, Dave Wagner, Rosanne Bodziak, Mark Gera, John Brophy, Michael Spacc, Michael Vactor, Jack andJill D'Amico, Darren Bonson, Mike Ciocca andErnie Vallozzi.

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