WE ARE BUILDING THE BEST OF THE BATCH!
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Each year this prestigious luncheon honors seven local women for their contributions in leadership. Including our friend, Yasmin Shaheed, chief administrative officer, Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh. SEEN: Charlie and Latasha Wilson-Batch.
More than 180 guests arrived to support Three Rivers Youth. Serving youth and family since 1880, Three Rivers Youth works to unite families, combat homelessness, enhance educational opportunities and build life skills for at-risk youth. SEEN: Charlie and Latasha Wilson-Batch.
A sold-out crowd of 600 guests are mixing and mingling in the gorgeous weather, including Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy president and CEO Meg Cheever, Charlie and Latasha Wilson Batch.
Roughly 250 guests gathered to support the Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh. SEEN: Charlie and Latasha Wilson-Batch.
Pittsburgh Post Gazette SEEN - You could feel the excitement building for this year’s Hat Luncheon as guests arrived for a private cocktail party at Michael and Ramsey Lyons’ home. SEEN: Charlie and Latasha Wilson-Batch.
NEXT Pittsburgh - The idea of coaches serving as mentors is an ideal fit with the Mentoring Partnership’s natural mentoring initiative, called Everyday Mentoring.
Join us on Saturday, March 19 at Painting With A Twist - South in Mt. Lebanon to support the Foundation! Paint a gorgeous Van Gogh-inspired Pittsburgh skyline, enjoy some adult beverages, a rockin' raffle, and more! Seats are limited -- register today!
Yesterday, Best of the Batch Foundation lost our amazing and dedicated Board Chair, Bill Campbell. The Steel Valley community lost a legend. I lost not only a great mentor, but most of all, my friend. My heart is heavy. We will continue to do our part to make sure his legacy lives on. ~ Charlie Batch
We are saddened by the passing of our Board Chair, Bill Campbell. We send our condolences to the Campbell family and to the friends he made wherever he went. Bill was invested in our community with his time, amazing talents and treasures. You can see his name on schools, athletic facilities and even our Campbell Cyber Center. We thank him for all he has done to support Steel Valley youth in becoming the Best of the Batch. ~ Latasha Wilson Batch