Swing for Sight Golf Tournament benefits Lackawanna Blind Association


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Sponsors of the 29th annual William J. Jordan, M.D. Memorial Swing for Sight Golf Tournament presented a check for $34,000 to Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director, Lackawanna Blind Association. From left, Jerry Champi, First National Community Bank of Dunmore; Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director, Lackawanna Blind Association and William J. Jordan. M.D., Northeastern Eye Institute.


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SCRANTON — Sponsors of the 29th annual William J. Jordan, M.D. Memorial Swing for Sight Golf Tournament presented a check for $34,000 to Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director of the Lackawanna Blind Association. The tournament, sponsored by Northeastern Eye Institute and First National Community Bank of Dunmore, was held June 8 at Glen Oak Country Club in Clarks Summit. The money will be used to fund various programs held at the agency, which benefit the blind and visually impaired throughout Lackawanna County.

Sponsors of the 29th annual William J. Jordan, M.D. Memorial Swing for Sight Golf Tournament presented a check for $34,000 to Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director, Lackawanna Blind Association. From left, Jerry Champi, First National Community Bank of Dunmore; Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director, Lackawanna Blind Association and William J. Jordan. M.D., Northeastern Eye Institute.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Swing-Sight-Check.jpgSponsors of the 29th annual William J. Jordan, M.D. Memorial Swing for Sight Golf Tournament presented a check for $34,000 to Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director, Lackawanna Blind Association. From left, Jerry Champi, First National Community Bank of Dunmore; Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director, Lackawanna Blind Association and William J. Jordan. M.D., Northeastern Eye Institute. Submitted photo

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Information provided by the Lackawanna Blind Association.

Information provided by the Lackawanna Blind Association.

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