“They’re one of my favorites to work with,” said Doctor of Distinction honoree Dr. Vonda Wright (with Peter Taglianetti). “I love being surrounded by smart, savvy women.” If ever there were a bumper crop of women of such notoriety, it is the Ladies Hospital Aid Society, effortlessly living up to their reputation as a force to be… Continue reading
The Wild Orchid Party hosted by the Ladies Hospital Aid Society raised roughly $25,000 during a cocktail party that benefited the Petal Program of the LHAS Orchid Fund. LHAS partnered with Debbie Mancuso of Hair Enhancements of Pittsburgh to provide children and young adults (younger than 21) who experience medical hair loss with a new… Continue reading
By Natalie Bencivenga / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette When and Where: Thursday at the University Club, Oakland. The Importance of Pups: The event, organized by the Ladies Hospital Aid Society, raised funds so that five individuals from Pittsburgh could be provided service dogs. These specially trained dogs assist people who have physical and psychological challenges with a… Continue reading
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is proud to announce that the Ladies Hospital Aid Society (LHAS) has contributed a $50,000 endowment grant to establish the LHAS Young Children’s Scholarship Fund at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School. The fund will provide annual scholarships to talented young students – who would otherwise be unable to afford tuition – to attend… Continue reading
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who had the best party of all? The spell was cast Saturday night on more than 350 guests as the 115th Ladies Hospital Aid Society Gala got underway at the Omni William Penn. “An Evening of Enchantment” began with a VIP cocktail party for the honorees and their families and… Continue reading
The Ladies Hospital Aid Society held its annual fall luncheon, “One Handbag at a Time,” Wednesday at LeMont, with Ruby Kang, Laura Penrod Kronk, Betsy Wotherspoon and Alexis Wukich as chairs. The afternoon featured a cooking demonstration by Mike Novak and Jason Culp of the Pines Tavern and a silent auction of designer bags. Read… Continue reading
The Ladies Hospital Aid Society had no trouble luring the masses to its Annual Fall Luncheon on Nov. 20. Held at LeMont, the afternoon featured a showcase of vintage handbags up for grabs as well as a cameo by Mike Novak and Jason Culp of The Pines Tavern, Gibsonia. Click here to read More
Read more from Triblive.com >> An Evening of Enchantment represented 115 years of storied history that began in 1898 when 17 intrepid women joined forces as the Hebrew Ladies Hospital Aid Society with the simple goal of addressing the needs of the sick and poor living in their neighborhoods.