20th Annual Free Easter Party Set for Sunday April 14th

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The O’Malley Family will be hosting their 20th annual Free Easter party for the youth within the community on Sunday, April 14, , at Keyser Valley Community Center from 1 to 3 p.m. Children from pre-school to fifth grade are all welcome to join in the fun and meet the Easter Bunny.

The party includes a picture with the Easter Bunny, Goodfella’s Pizza, orange drink, a half -pound chocolate bunny, a McDonald’s cheeseburger and fries coupon from the Keyser Avenue location, a free Kids Meal from the Texas Roadhouse, Utz potato chips, and a Krispy Kreme donut.

Reservations should be made by April 11 by calling (570) 346-1828 and leaving a message with the number of children attending.

Planning the event are, from left: Vincent O’Malley, Patrick O’Malley II, Keith Oleski, Gene Widdick, Mary Jo Noone, James Barrett, Vanessa Thomas and Jay Schectman.

Annual O’Malley Easter Party Set for Sunday, April 9th

O'Malley Easter Party

The 18th annual O’Malley free Easter party will be held on Sunday, April 9, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Keyser Valley Community Center located on the corner of Keyser Ave. and Jackson Street in Scranton.

Children from preschool to fifth grade are all welcome to meet the Easter Bunny, Chuck E. Cheese, and Andy the Aardvark from Texas Roadhouse. There will be a picture with the Easter Bunny, Goodfella’s Pizza, orange drink, a half pound chocolate bunny, a McDonald’s cheeseburger & fries coupon, a free kids meal from the Texas Roadhouse, Utz potato chips, and a Krispy Kreme donut.

Reserve by April 6 by calling 570-346-1828 and leave a message of number of children attending.  Please RSVP by April 6, 2017.

Shown from left are: Vincent O’Malley, Patrick O’Malley, Keith Oleski, Gene Widdick, Mary Jo Noone, James Barrett, Vanessa Thomas, Jay Scheckman, and Patrick O’Malley, Sr.

 

Msgr. Quinn recognized for role with Lackawanna Heritage Valley

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Msgr. Joseph G. Quinn, inside left, was presented with a proclamation for his role as the Founding Chairman of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley (LHV).  In 1991, Msgr. Quinn was the task force leader of 400 residents that established the organization designed to preserve and promote the area’s history, cultural heritage and natural resources.

Now, 25 years later, the LHV is a major component in our community’s cultural and community development landscapes.

Shown from left are: Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Msgr. Quinn, Natalie Gelb, Executive Director of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley; Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley and Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings.