Leadership Lackawanna Graduates

Leadership Lackawanna

Leadership Lackawanna recently announced its 2017 Executive Program graduates.

The Executive Program assists professionals in becoming more engaged in the community, broadens their social network and increases their overall knowledge of the Greater Scranton region.

Graduates include, front row from left:  Robbie Risley, board chair, Leadership Lackawanna; Susan Turell, Theresa Yocum, Tracy Brundage, Robert M. Knight Jr., Ross Cordaro, Carrie Gubanics, John Phillips, and Nicole Morristell, director, Leadership Lackawanna. Back row: John J. Matlock, Tammy McHale, Kathleen Barry, Melissa Kelleher, Barbara Maculloch, Mark McHugh and Ron Beer.

Dunmoreans receive diplomas from Lackawanna College

Lackawanna College awarded more than 390 associate degrees and certificates to students from 15 states, Canada, and the Virgin Islands during its 122nd commencement on Saturday, May 21, in the College’s Student Union in downtown Scranton.

The following Dunmore students earned degrees and certificates:

LCLogoFUTURE1Associate in Applied Science, Accounting: Patrick Hickey, Nelly Gisella Linan Pereda and Debra L. Wagner
Associate in Science, Business AdministrationEvan James Iezzi and Veronica Marie Panek
Business Studies: Michael L. Boland
Criminal Justice-Police: Patrick Michael Padula and Joseph William Wolff
Culinary Arts: Matthew Xavier Tallarico
Hospitality Management: Danielle Christina Kersavage
Human Services: Julian D. Malatesta
Liberal Studies: Briana Leigh Dunn and Carly Marie Hein
Petroleum & Natural Gas Business Administration: Christopher Ryan Iezzi
Petroleum & Natural Gas Technology: Christopher Ryan Iezzi
Vascular Technology: Samantha Lee Tepper

 

St. Mary of Mount Carmel Grade School Class Plans Reunion

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Committee members from left to right are: Sam Beawick, Jerry Conway, Rob Meehan, John Kohansky, Bob McDonald, Bill Ciccotti, Patrick Cuff, Tom Leshinski, and Jim McCormick, president of the reunion committee.

Former students of Saint Mary Of Mount Carmel Grade School, gathered at the Brooklyn Pub in Dunmore to conduct their first reunion committee meeting for the 50th reunion of the Class of 1966. The event is in the planning stages at the present time, but the committee has many great ideas and is confident the celebration will be one to remember.