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Photos: Fox Chapel Area prom

Tawnya Panizzi
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Fox Chapel Area student Nathaniel Gaggini, of Indiana Township, takes a selfie with his grandma, Rose Martin, at Squaw Valley Park in O’Hara. Gaggini was at the park to take pictures prior to Fox Chapel Area’s prom on May 4, 2019.
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Diana Crookston, of Fox Chapel, helps her prom date, Tristan McClelland, of O’Hara, with his boutonnière at Squaw Valley Park in O’Hara on May 4, 2019.
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Fox Chapel Area students Sadie Lorence of Indiana Township, Emma Rae Lusk of O’Hara, Xavier Perry of Aspinwall and Ann Aupke of O’Hara strike a pose at Aspinwall Riverfront Park prior to prom on May 4, 2019.
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Matthew Ciazza, Alyssa Melani, Gabriel Fynsk and Chloe Yofan gathered in one of the many scenic photo-taking spots at Aspinwall Riverfront Park prior to Fox Chapel Area’s prom on May 4, 2019.
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Fox Chapel Area students Diana Crookston, Margaret Fox and Chloe Bennett have a little fun while posing for prom pictures at Squaw Valley Park in O’Hara. The Fox Chapel Area prom was May 4, 2019.

Fox Chapel Area students celebrated their prom on May 4, 2019 and this year’s fashions didn’t disappoint.

Prior to the event, hosted at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, students and their dates struck poses at many of the picturesque locations across the Lower Valley.

Perennial favorites for photos include Squaw Valley Park in O’Hara and Aspinwall Riverfront Park.

Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tawnya at 412-782-2121 x1512, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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