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Chicago Cubs’ Albert Almora Jr., center, is greeted by Addison Russell (27) as Pittsburgh Pirates relief pitcher Steven Brault, right, heads back to the mound after giving up a two-run single to Javier Baez during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Pittsburgh, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
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Chartiers-Houston High School Class of 1966 held its 50-year reunion Sept. 16 and 17. Classmates took a tour of the high school Sept. 16 and attended the football game, followed by a social at VFW Post 191 in Canonsburg. A dinner was held Sept. 17 at The Golf Club of Washington. Classmates who attended were, first row, from left, Theresa Durkacs Unser, Juanita Maryanski Karluk, Becky Kozdra Plunkett, Janet Prandini Burt, Linda Antoinetta Fulkerson, Candy Christy Wood, Carol Taylor Furmanek, Karen Henderson Horner, Jean Surow Cholak, Inez Patsch, Jackie Hart Zeni and Bunny Casper Scott; second row, Carla Jones Smith, Carol Fal Baker, Frances Betarie, Nancy Gossett Thompson, Bunny Durish Murray, Betsy Fischer Heinz, Janet Kusky Johnson, Carolyn Kocher Bacon, Ruth Patton Johnston, Dorothy Johnston Lesnock and Sandi Kirk Dunmire; third row, Ernie Jacobs, Erlinda Manes Cape, Jerry Havelka, Barry Bissiere, Gay Patsch Vroble, Karen Smith Plunkett, Joe Kereki, Sam Caputo, Richard Morflak, George Ramsey, Paul Worstell and Richard Tomsic; and fourth row, Martin Nixon, Elmer Young, Bill Neal, Wally Plunkett, Curtis Holmes, Jack Sharp, Scott Freil, Jim Bitz, Dave Brock, Gary Karluk, Tim Blake, Chuck Moyar and Pat Benic. Not pictured are Jim and Cheryl Bryner McMillen.
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