Along with honoring Christopher Columbus on Oct. 12, Ronald McDonald House was chosen by Keystone Chapter UNICO to be the recipient of its”Random Act of Kindness” program. Further donations can be made payable to Ronald McDonald House, 332 Wheeler Ave., Scranton PA 18510.
Pictured on the far left is Warren Shotto, Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House.
Presenting the check and kneeling in the front row are Toni DiVizio and Cathy Bianchi. Standing from left are President Mary Ann Coviello, Mia O’Neill (holding the Keystone UNICO sign), Valerie Riggi, Frank Coviello, Mark McDade, Louise Ligi, Sylvia Tagert, Marilyn Vitali, Bob Tagert and Michele McDade.
Madison Lutz, center, of Dunmore cares about other children. So much so, that she did a “Good Work” by opening a lemonade stand at her home to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House, which provides help and care for children who are ill and their families.
Shown from left: Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Richard Bradshaw, Executive Director of the Ronald McDonald House; Diane Ross, grandmother; Elizabeth Lutz, mom, with Christian Weldon, brother; Halo Weldon, sister; Madison Lutz, Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, Eric Lutz, uncle; Jim Ross, grandfather, and Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings.
Hockey players with the WBS youth team are shown during a community service event at Geisinger Medical Center where they distributed teddy bears and gift cards.
The players are, from left: Vlad Hioshvili, Paul DeNaples, Joe Campolieto, Michael Morrissey, Elijah Latimer and Tom Kowal, head coach.
Members of the team have also performed community service for the Boy Scouts, Ronald McDonald House and Griffin Pond Animal Shelter. Ranging in age from 16 to 20, they train at a high level, practicing and playing, while attending high school or online programs. Community service is also required.