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Squirrel Hill Center for Rehabilitation & Healing Hosts first Annual Art for the Heart

When and Where: Thursday at the Squirrel Hill Center for Rehabilitation & Healing, a CareRite Center on Wightman street.

Healing Arts: More than 200 guests from the community gathered for a fun filled night to commemorate the opening of the facility’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation unit, with all proceeds going to benefit the American Heart Association.

#SEEN: Lila Hirsch Brody, a long standing member of the Pittsburgh Society of Artists, Stephen G. Zamias, vice chairman of Zamias Services INC, and Judith Arpel. Over $2,000 was raised for the cause.

Celebrate and Share’s sixth Annual Breakfast to Commemorate the Passage of the 19th Amendment

When and Where: Tuesday at the Rivers Club on the North Shore.

Party with a Purpose: Proceeds from the event benefit the Pennsylvania Women’s Hall of Achievement. This 501(c)3 organization honors women who make the difference in the community, in the home, the arts and the professions through educating the public, celebrating women’s lives, and establishing exhibits in our communities.

#SEEN: Bonnie DiCarlo, Attorney General Katherine G. Kane, JoAnn Forrester, Ann Truschel, Ruth Bryd-Smith, Grace Robinson, Dottie Coll, state Rep. Erin Molchany, Anne Flyn Schlicht, Judge Christine D. Donohue, Nancy Patton Mills, U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle, and Sheriff Bill Mullen.


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