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Out & About: St. Anne Home hosts 16th annual progressive dinner

Shirley McMarlin
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(from left), Melissa Alwine, Caring Hospice coordinator, joins St. Anne Home staff, Sr. Mary Evelyn Labik, receptionist, Robin Bradley, RN supervisor, and Lauren Deemer, nurses aide, for a photo during the St. Anne Home progressive dinner dessert gathering, held at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield Township on Saturday evening, May 18, 2019.
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(from left), Fr. Dennis Bogusz, Henna and Dr. Primo Bautista, of Greensburg, and Angie Getto, of Ligonier, gather for a photo during the St. Anne Home progressive dinner dessert gathering, held at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield Township on Saturday evening, May 18, 2019.
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Progressive dinner (From left) Ron and Stacey Winfield of Jeannette join Gretchen and John Kline, board chair, of Greensburg during the St. Anne Home progressive dinner dessert gathering, held at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield on May 18. Proceeds benefit the St. Felix Benevolent Care Fund, which was created to help the residents of Villa Angela in Greensburg, St. Anne Home’s personal care community.
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(from left), Sr. Leah Turberville, Christy and Dan Kremer, of Greensburg, and Sr. Michelle Shuda, gather for a photo during the St. Anne Home progressive dinner dessert gathering, held at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield Township on Saturday evening, May 18, 2019.
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(from left), June Czarnecki, administrative assistant, St. Anne Home, Jeff Long, president and CEO, and Lori Long, and Mary Dreliszak, director of development and marketing, gather for a photo during the St. Anne Home progressive dinner dessert gathering, held at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield Township on Saturday evening, May 18, 2019.

Breaking bread with friends is one of life’s great pleasures. Participants in the St. Anne Home’s 16th Annual Progressive Dinner were able to double, or even triple, that pleasure.

Select guests traveled to select homes for their first courses, then made their way to another location for their entrees. All guests assembled at the end of the evening for dessert at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.

Hosts for the evening of food and fun were board member Sandra Brammell, Dr. Thomas and April DeGregory, Patty Lantzy, Sharon and Thomas Nies, board member Marie Zanotti and members of the Felician Sisters, sponsored by St. Vincent Archabbey.

Attendees included St. Anne Home President/CEO Jeff Long with his wife Lori Long, John and Gretchen Kline, Barth and Angie Getto, Mercedes Getto, Dr. Primo and Henna Bautista, Mary Dreliszak, June and Rob Czarnecki and Sisters Evelyn Labik, Michelle Shuda and Leah Turberville.

Event proceeds benefit the St. Felix Benevolent Care Fund, which was created to help the residents of Villa Angela in Greensburg, St. Anne Home’s personal care community. The fund enables qualified Villa Angela residents, who have exhausted their resources, to maintain their apartments and services.

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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