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Around Town: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, FLM Haiti and United Way (photos) – Pittsburgh Business Times – The Business Journals

Click through the above slideshow to see photos from recent events hosted by different organizations in the Pittsburgh region.
The events featured include:
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre hosted its annual fundraiser, the Pointe in Time Gala, on Nov. 12 at The Westin hotel downtown. Each year, the event has a different theme. This year’s theme was “Love Never Dies,” which is a nod to the theatre’s upcoming production of the ballet “Dracula.” The event drew 400 attendees and raised $663,000 for the theatre.
Functional Literacy Ministry of Haiti hosted its 39th anniversary banquet and art sale at the Comfort Inn Conference Center Pittsburgh East on Oct. 22. The event, which drew approximately 150 attendees, featured guest speaker, Reverend Michael Stitt. During the event, new branding materials and a new logo for the organization were unveiled.
The United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania hosted its Next Gen for STEM event on Nov. 15 at Acrisure Stadium. The event included networking opportunities for 150 young professionals, and during the event, teams of volunteers created 300 STEM kits for distribution to students in public schools across the region. Attendees also donated new college and trade school sweatshirts to be distributed to local students.
If you have photos to submit to Around Town, please reach out to Jordyn Hronec at jhronec@bizjournals.com.
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