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Out & About: Big Brothers Big Sisters event harks back to the ’80s

Shirley McMarlin
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Representing Standard Bank, “rockstar” guest bartenders Faye Rosatti and Anne-Marie Welty pose for a photo March 5 during the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region “Battle of the Banks” guest bartender night, featuring guest bartenders from S&T and Standard banks, held at Oliver’s Pourhouse in Greensburg.
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From left: Kevin and Jeanie Bock of Hempfield join David Vale of Greensburg for a photo March 5 during the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region “Battle of the Banks” guest bartender night, featuring guest bartenders from S&T and Standard banks, held at Oliver’s Pourhouse in Greensburg.
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From left: Carol Palcic, mayor of Southwest Greensburg, joins her daughter Megan Palcic, and husband, Dave Palcic, all of Southwest Greensburg, for a photo during the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region “Battle of the Banks” guest bartender night, featuring guest bartenders from S&T and Standard banks, held at Oliver’s Pourhouse in Greensburg.
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Representing S&T Bank (from left) Michael Succheralli of Latrobe and Susie Bowell of Penn Township pose for a photo March 5 during the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region “Battle of the Banks” guest bartender night, featuring guest bartenders from S&T and Standard banks, held at Oliver’s Pourhouse in Greensburg.
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Representing Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region (from left) Tara Schleihauf of Greensburg, mentoring coordinator; Laurie Sarady of Greensburg, mentoring coordinator; Dean Thompson of Ligonier, board president; and Ali Iezzi of Jeannette, community relations, gather for a photo March 5 during the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region “Battle of the Banks” guest bartender night, featuring guest bartenders from S&T and Standard banks, held at Oliver’s Pourhouse in Greensburg.

Whose employees make better bartenders — Standard Bank or S&T Bank?

Supporters of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region had a chance to find out during Battle of the Banks ’80s Edition, a guest bartender night March 5 at Oliver’s Pourhouse in Greensburg.

S&T mixologists were Michael Succheralli and Susie Bowell. Taking up the shot glass for Standard were Faye Rosatti and Anne-Marie Welty, in full ’80s rock star mode including black spiked wig.

Tara Schleihauf, Laurie Saraday, Dean Thompson and Ali Iezzi represented the featured organization.

Among ’80s aficionados who helped raise funds to help pair kids with adult mentors were Kevin and Jeanie Bock, David Vale and Dave, Carol and Megan Palcic.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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