Twirlers Host Recital at the Drive-In

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The Double “R” Twirlettes recently held their recital on the “Big Screen” at the Circle Drive-In.  It was a night to celebrate the Twirlettes and their hard work, dedication, and resilience during this very unprecedented season. Since the show was prerecorded and viewed at the drive-in, the Twirlettes were able to enjoy safely while following current restrictions.

Group members who participated included, from left: Jordan Gioupis, Kali Mercatili, and Allie Taffera.  

Local Twirlers to Present Recital on the Big Screen

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The Double “R” Twirlettes will present their annual recital on the “Big Screen” at the Circle Drive-In on tonight at dusk (approximately 9 p.m.) For more information, call 570-489-1935 or visit  The group is under the direction of Kathleen Mercatili.

Pictured from left: Natalie Buchinski, Mia Velez, Sara Swavola, Jordan Gioupis and Madison Doyle.

Catholic School’s Movie Night

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The Diocese of Scranton celebrates the success of the first annual Catholic Schools Movie Night at The Circle Drive-In, Dickson City, hosted by Michael Delfino, proprietor, and featuring the movie “Finding Dory.”

More than 600 families attended the event with proceeds benefitting the Catholic Schools Tuition Assistance Program.

Diocese of Scranton and Circle Drive-In staff and volunteers greeting movie-goers include, standing, from left: Dave Castelli, Circle Drive-In General Manager; Jim Bebla, Diocesan Secretary for Development; Mr. Delfino, Monsignor David Tressler, Diocesan Secretary for Catholic Education and  Superintendent of Schools; and John A. Farkas, Jr., Manager of Development and Alumni Relations for Catholic Schools.

Kneeling in front are Holy Cross High School student volunteers, from left, Elizabeth Arbie, Lauren Palmiter, and Annabelle and Taylor Callis.