Neil Armstrong School receives Certificate of Recognition

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The Lackawanna County Commissioners presented a Certificate of Recognition to the staff and students at Neil Armstrong School in Scranton for their support of Law Enforcement Awareness Day.

This event honors the dedication and commitment of public safety personnel in their mission to protect and defend the residents of both the City of Scranton and Lackawanna County.

Shown from left are: Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, Dan Gilroy, school principal; Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings, Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, and Scranton Police Chief Carl Graziano.


Commissioners Honor Jeanne Hugenbruch


The Lackawanna County Commissioners presented Ms. Hugenbruch a Certificate of Recognition for her dedication to our community’s elderly. Pictured from left to right are Commissioner Ed Staback, Jeanne Hugenbruch and Commissioner Jim Wansacz.

Jeanne Hugenbruch, center, manager of the Dunmore Senior Center, received the 2015 Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Nutrition for Older Pennsylvanians from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. This award recognizes those who work to improve nutrition programs within Pennsylvania’s aging network and are committed to strengthening the quality of life of older Pennsylvanians.

According to the PDA Nutrition Services Advisory Committee, “This includes Department of Aging funded nutrition service program meals such as congregate meals served in senior community centers or satellite centers and home delivered meals served to homebound consumers.”

Hugenbruch was recognized for her innovation in planning nutritionally balanced meals for older adults who utilize the Dunmore Senior Center.