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Out & About: St. Anne Home annual dinner shares many blessings

Shirley McMarlin
Shirley McMarlin | Tribune-Review
From left: Sister Mary Evelyn Labik, St. Anne Home president and CEO Jeffrey Long and his wife Lori Long and Sister Mary Michelle Shuda
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St. Anne Home Board Chairman John Kline with his wife, Gretchen Kline
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From left: St. Anne Home Director of Development and Marketing Mary Dreliszak, the Rev. Liber Ortega, Henna Bautista and Mercedes Getto
Shirley McMarlin | Tribune-Review
From left: Diana Yuhas, George and Judi Butler and Vince Morich

There’s an old hymn that says, “Count your blessings, name them one by one.”

Supporters of the St. Anne Home in Greensburg have been doing that for a long time, as evidenced by the 23rd Annual Harvest of Blessings dinner, held Nov. 2 in the Saint Vincent College Fred Rogers Center.

The home, a ministry of the Felician Sisters of North America, provides a continuum of care to its senior residents and their families, and the annual event raises funds to support that mission.

Dinner guests were treated to the premieres of two new videos paying tribute to employees characterized as “superheroes” by Director of Development and Marketing Mary Dreliszak.

“We truly believe our employees are superheroes who go above and beyond the call of duty to serve our residents,” she said.

The dinner program was preceded by a social hour with raffles and silent auction and followed by a live auction. Lucky guests went home with designer purses, cash, gift cards, event and lottery tickets, housewares and home decor, golf packages and much, much more.

Event committee members included Dreliszak, CEO Jeffrey Long, Board Chairman John Kline, June Czarnecki, Suzanne and Mike Dominick, Vince Morich, Iva Munk, Stacey Winfield and Diana Yuhas.

Seen: Father Liber Ortega, Gretchen Kline, Lori Long, Henna Bautista, Mercedes Getto, Barth and Angie Getto, Tiffany Grimm, Jim Pennington, Carol Semo, Jim and Sherri Baker, Dennis and Debbie Coffen and David and Andrea Raimondo.

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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