Dunmore’s Keystone UNICO conducted its annual May Scholarship Awards Program at La Buona Vita.
Awardee Coleen Brown represented Dunmore High School. She plans to major in nursing at West Chester University. Each awardee receives $1,000 and a Keystone UNICO Award Certificate.
Shown above from left are Dr. Stephen and Kathleen Brown of Dunmore, Coleen’s parents; Coleen Brown, Sandy Collins, Keystone UNICO scholarship director. and Nanine Gramigna, Keystone UNICO president.
Awardee Gianna Calciano represented Holy Cross High School. Gianna will major in mechanical engineering at Loyola University of Baltimore. As a service organization, Keystone Chapter UNICO places an emphasis on choosing scholarship awardees who have service hours, a high GPA, high moral character, and acceptance into a school of higher education.
Shown above from left are Gianna’s parents, Genaro and Lisa Calciano of Elmhurst; Gianna Calciano, Sandy Collins, Keystone UNICO scholarship director, and Nanine Gramigna, Keystone UNICO president.
The Purple Club of the University of Scranton meets to award scholarships to five local students attending the University of Scranton.
The award winners for the 2018/19 school year are, front row, from left: Erin Carlin, Christina Carachilo, Jeffrey Burrell, Natalie Sottile, and Jake MacDonald.
Back row, same order: Crystal Ondrick, Assistant Director of Financial Aid; William R. Burke, Director of Financial Aid; Joe DeAntona, Jay Schectman, Deborah Perry, secretary/treasurer, and Patrick O’Malley, president.
Dunmore Lions Club held its annual benefit show featuring the “Magic of Damian,” Pennsylvania’s foremost magician, at Saint Mary of Mount Carmel, Dunmore. This marks the 24th consecutive year the Lions have featured Damian at Dunmore Elementary schools.
All proceeds this year will be utilized for scholarships to aid in college expenses for Dunmore and Holy Cross High Schools. The lions have been serving the community of Dunmore since 1952.
Shown standing, from left: Richard Green, Lions vice president; Kathy Sosnowski, principal, St Mary’s, Lisa Kinney, event chairperson, and Jim Aita, president Dunmore Lions. Kneeling is Damian The Magician.