Dunmore’s Keystone Chapter UNICO National inducted three members at their August Picnic Meeting at McDade Park. Topics for the evening were the Columbus Day Bus trip to see the NYC Columbus Day Parade; the wine social at Maiolatesi Wine Cellars; and the Applebee’s Flapjack Breakfast benefitting the Keystone Warriors on Sept. 12.
Pictured from left are Mark McDade, PA II District Governor and Inducting Officer; Cathy Bianchi, Membership Director; new inductees Maria Zichettella, Beverly Shea and Jennifer Mecca; and John Mecca, Chapter President.
Keystone UNICO volunteers who helped raise over $1,200 for St. Joseph’s Festival included, from left are Carmela Iannetta, Tom Carlucci and Mary Sileo, Chapter members; Mary Mack, co-chairwoman; Val Riggi, Mark McDade and Louise Ligi, chapter members; and Michele McDade, co-chairwoman.
Keystone UNICO volunteers worked a Sunday Bake Sale Booth at the recent St. Joseph’s Festival. Shown from left are Michele McDade and Mary Mack, bake sale co-chairwomen; and Marilyn Vitali, Carmela Iannetta, Ed Latarewicz and Lenore Latarewicz, Keystone UNICO members.
Pictured from left are members of the 2015 Nancy McCormick Volleyball Tournament committee: Ann Tomasello; Karen Saunders, president of the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Margy Rainey; Frank Rainey; Jan Needham; Shamus McCormick; Calin Ann Jude McCormick and Erin Kreis.
Committee members from the 9th Annual Nancy McCormick Volleyball Tournament recently presented a check for $3,500 to the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.
The tournament is hosted each year at Dunmore High School during Memorial Day Weekend by a group of family and friends of the late Nancy McCormick. Nancy was a teacher, loving wife and mother of five who died from colon cancer.
A portion of proceeds from the tournament supports the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute’s Patient Navigation Program. The Patient Navigation Program helps low income, uninsured and underinsured individuals in northeast Pennsylvania receive necessary breast, cervical and colon cancer screenings.
To date, the tournament has raised approximately $30,500 for the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute. The Cancer Institute invests 100% of its resources locally.