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An instructor and students from Latrobe were honored as part of the Pennsylvania Music Teachers’ Association Westmoreland Chapter’s 22nd annual Sonatina Competition on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Seton Hill University in Greensburg.

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I didn’t expect to find my mom or, more precisely, thoughts, memories and fantasies of her, in the far-off Pacific Northwest, 520 feet in the sky, while looking out over the gleaming glass of Seattle’s downtown. But when you lose someone you love, they are everywhere, all the time, in moments mundane and thrilling, at home and away, when you wake and when you close your eyes to sleep. Especially when the loss is fresh, or when you’re just starting to let the reality of it take hold. My mom died in November 2018, but I kept much of the pain of that event walled away somewhere deep inside for months. It was only this summer, just before my trip out west, that I started to let myself feel it.

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Nicole Dunlop of Latrobe, a Slippery Rock University junior corporate security major and president of the Slippery Rock Student Government Association, was sworn in Oct. 9 as a member of the Board of Governors of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education.

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Customer Cheryl Stefancin shops with Collective Goods vendor Al Mignogna at a recent sale. Collective Goods (formerly Books Are Fun) will again offer many gifts at affordable prices at two area locations next week: From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, and 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, at Excela Health Latrobe Hospital in Latrobe, and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at Excela Square at Latrobe in Unity Township.

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Midge Bishop Smith, Shirley Russell Robb, Eleanor Robb Cicconi, Teresa Visconti Gaudino, Shirley Eversole Canterna, Anita Lavin Manoli, along with (second row) Chick Cicconi and Walter Saxman, were among the attendees as the Latrobe High School Class of 1948 celebrated its 71st reunion on Saturday, Oct. 5, at DeNunzio’s Italian Chophouse at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Unity Township. There were eight classmates and five guests in attendance representing a class of 246 graduates (163 are deceased). The group meets the first Saturday in October for a social hour followed by a luncheon. They said they’re already “looking ahead to next year and our 72nd class reunion on Oct. 3, 2020.”

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Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s 107th Annual Exhibition will be held at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, with an additional four installations at the Seton Hill University Arts Center, also in Greensburg. Showcasing work from some of the most esteemed contemporary artists in the region, the 107th Annual Exhibition will be on display in the Museum’s Cantilever Gallery and the Arts Center Nov. 9, 2019, through Jan. 26, 2020.

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The Ligonier Valley High School Class of 1964 reunited recently to celebrate its 55th-year class reunion at Ligonier Country Club. The classmates who participated include Patsy (Berkey) Wilson, Nancy (Flack) Rising, Bonnie (McMullen) Moors, Ella (Fiscus) Griffith, Irene (Park) Hoyle, Barb (Voytilla) Shaulis, Andy (Sadler) Peluso, Elaine (Nicely) McKlveen, (second row) Audrey (Keyser) Caldwell, Janet (Palmer) Horner, Bonnie (Lisbon) Shawley, Lois Neiderhiser, Betsy (Slater) Shepler, Pam (Mitchell) Stablein, Carolyn (Nair) Shafer, Karen (Stutzman) McCullough, (third row) Donna (Snodgrass) Dinco, Andy Wuchina, George Welty, Floyd Neiderhiser, Larry Nicely, Ed Shaulis, Lee Roehrig, (fourth row) Bernie Crouser, Bill Stablein, John Nelson and Tom Kenney.

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California University of Pennsylvania’s School of Graduate Studies and Research will hold information sessions at noon and 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, at the Convocation Center for those interested in pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree. The graduate school at Cal U offers both face-to-face classes and degree programs delivered 100% online.

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In observance of National Business Women’s Week, Latrobe BPW will host speaker Susan Miller on Thursday, Oct. 17, at Christ Our Shepherd Center, 2900 Seminary Drive, Unity Township. RSVP is requested by Sunday, Oct. 13. The meeting is free to attend, but there is a fee for dinner. Email latrobebpw@yahoo.com. Miller is the founder of She Deserves!, a nonprofit organization helping abused women to develop confidence and self-worth to become independent and self-reliant and to take pride in developing their own security, with economic independence.

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