Students recognized at UNICO scholarship dinner

Gabrielle Case is the recipient of the Inaugural Kovatch/Perna Family Trades Scholarship presented by Dunmore’s Keystone Chapter UNICO during its 11th annual scholarship dinner at La Buona Vita. 

Front row, seated from left:  Jeffrey Case, recipient’s father; Jordan Case, her brother; honoree Gabrielle Case of the Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County and her mother Justine Case. 

Back row, same order: Keystone UNICO Scholarship Director Sandy Collins, Principal Dr. Karla Carlucci of the Career Technology Center; scholarship provider Gene-O Perna; Yolanda Martinelli, Cosmetology Instructor at CTC., and scholarship provider Tony Kovatch.


Rocco Mack is the recipient of the Keystone UNICO Family Scholarship.  Shown in the front row, from left:  Jim and Mary Mack Sr., grandparents; Honoree Rocco Mack of Holy Cross High School;. and Joellen Mack, mother. Back row, from left: Sandy Collins, Keystone UNICO Scholarship Director; James Mack Jr., father; and Anthony Mack, brother.


Scholarship awardees who attended the annual Keystone UNICO Awards Dinner are, front row, from left: Dunmore High School’s Olivia Amico receiving the Frank and Mary Ann Coviello Military Family Appreciation Scholarship; Dunmore High School’s Micah Madrazo receiving the Keystone Chapter Service Award, and Gabrielle Case receiving the inaugural Career Technology Center Kovatch/Perna Family Trade Award. 

Back row, same order: Keystone Chapter Scholarship Director Sandy Collins; Dunmore High School’s Joseph Cardillo, receiving the Brian Piccolo Athletic Award; Holy Cross High School’s Ryan Legg receiving the Keystone Chapter Service Award; and Keystone Chapter UNICO President Mary Ann Coviello. 

Missing from photo are Rocco Mack of Holy Cross receiving the Keystone UNICO Family Award; Sophia Calzola of Carbondale Area H.S., receiving the Keystone Brian Piccolo Award; and Marilyn Vitali, Brian Piccolo Awards Chairman.  

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