UNICO Makes 10th Annual Donation to Toys for Tots

Dunmore’s Keystone Chapter UNICO presented monetary and toy donations to the U.S. Marine’s Toys for Tots annual drive for the 10th consecutive year. 

This collection is normally scheduled for the annual Christmas Party, but due to the pandemic the party was cancelled, and members were asked to drop off their donations at the home of Keystone President Mary Ann Coviello.  Keystone UNICO Members stand with some of the many toys the Chapter donated to the Toys for Tots Annual Drive. 

Shown above from left are Bob and Sylvia Tagert, President Mary Ann and Frank Coviello, Jim and Mary Mack, Val Riggi, Mark and Michele McDade, Cathy Gerard, PA II District Governor Cathy Bianchi and Nancy Malone. 


Keystone UNICO Members presenting monetary and toy donations to U.S. Marine Sergeant Walter Guevara for the annual Toys for Tots campaign include, from left: Frank and Keystone UNICO President Frank Coviello, Mary Ann Coviello, Sergeant Guevara; and Michele and Mark McDade. Over $1500 worth of toys and monetary donations were collected by the Keystone UNICO Membership.

Columbus Day Coloring Contest Winners Named

Dunmore’s Keystone Chapter UNICO National recently announced the winners from the ninth annual Columbus Day Coloring Contest conducted for all students in the second-grade classes at the Dunmore Elementary Center and Saint Mary’s Parochial School.

ABOVE: DEC winners are, first row from left: James Mack, Keystone UNICO Coloring Contest chairman; Mary Ann Coviello, Keystone Unico president, and Frank Coviello, Keystone UNICO board president. 

Second row: Maggie O’Malley, Mrs. Gavalla, Sophia Skeba and Miss Lipski. 

Third row: Mrs. Kokindo, assistant principal; Liam Harrington, Miss Corbett, Aiden Borchardt, and Mrs. Amendolaro. 

Fourth row: Mark McDade, Keystone Chapter charter president, Brady Schulte, Mrs. Walsh and Mr. Quinn, principal. 

Absent from photo was second grade teacher Mrs. Cordaro.

ABOVE: Pictured with the winner from Saint Mary’s Parochial School are front row from left: Frank Coviello, Keystone Chapter board chairman; Mary Ann Coviello, Keystone Chapter president; Emily Coleman, contest winner, and Kaitlyn Lacey, second grade teacher.  Second row, smae order: Mark McDade, Keystone UNICO charter president, and James Mack, Keystone UNICO Coloring Contest chairman.