PennDOT District 4 hosts Bring Your Child to Work Day


This year’s Bring Your Child to Work Day at PennDOT was a success with 16 children of District 4 employees in attendance. The day’s activities included breakfast, a bridge-building contest, a video conference with Penn DOT’ss Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards, a visit from Barbara Giovagnoli from the Lackawanna Recycling Center and a visit from Beth Burkhouser from the Hexagon Project. Giovagnoli worked with the children to create hexagons, which be displayed in Scranton on First Friday in September. From left, first row, are Anna Talutto, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretschmer and Sophia Talutto. Second row, Cataldo Talutto, Jordan Wasilchak, Hunter Force and Maia Arcangelo. Third row, Ashleigh Earyes, Skylar Fives, Shelby Fives, Cole Hannon, Joseph Sabatini, Bridge Engineer Gerry Babinski, Nicholas Giordano and Nicholas Lolli. Winners of the bridge building contest are Joseph Sabatini, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretchmer and Sophia Talutto.


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This year’s Bring Your Child to Work Day at PennDOT was a success with 16 children of District 4 employees in attendance. The day’s activities included breakfast, a bridge-building contest, a video conference with Penn DOT’ss Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards, a visit from Barbara Giovagnoli from the Lackawanna Recycling Center and a visit from Beth Burkhouser from the Hexagon Project. Giovagnoli worked with the children to create hexagons, which be displayed in Scranton on First Friday in September. From left, first row, are Anna Talutto, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretschmer and Sophia Talutto. Second row, Cataldo Talutto, Jordan Wasilchak, Hunter Force and Maia Arcangelo. Third row, Ashleigh Earyes, Skylar Fives, Shelby Fives, Cole Hannon, Joseph Sabatini, Bridge Engineer Gerry Babinski, Nicholas Giordano and Nicholas Lolli. Winners of the bridge building contest are Joseph Sabatini, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretchmer and Sophia Talutto.

This year’s Bring Your Child to Work Day at PennDOT was a success with 16 children of District 4 employees in attendance. The day’s activities included breakfast, a bridge-building contest, a video conference with Penn DOT’ss Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards, a visit from Barbara Giovagnoli from the Lackawanna Recycling Center and a visit from Beth Burkhouser from the Hexagon Project. Giovagnoli worked with the children to create hexagons, which be displayed in Scranton on First Friday in September. From left, first row, are Anna Talutto, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretschmer and Sophia Talutto. Second row, Cataldo Talutto, Jordan Wasilchak, Hunter Force and Maia Arcangelo. Third row, Ashleigh Earyes, Skylar Fives, Shelby Fives, Cole Hannon, Joseph Sabatini, Bridge Engineer Gerry Babinski, Nicholas Giordano and Nicholas Lolli. Winners of the bridge building contest are Joseph Sabatini, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretchmer and Sophia Talutto.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-PennDOT-Children.jpgThis year’s Bring Your Child to Work Day at PennDOT was a success with 16 children of District 4 employees in attendance. The day’s activities included breakfast, a bridge-building contest, a video conference with Penn DOT’ss Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards, a visit from Barbara Giovagnoli from the Lackawanna Recycling Center and a visit from Beth Burkhouser from the Hexagon Project. Giovagnoli worked with the children to create hexagons, which be displayed in Scranton on First Friday in September. From left, first row, are Anna Talutto, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretschmer and Sophia Talutto. Second row, Cataldo Talutto, Jordan Wasilchak, Hunter Force and Maia Arcangelo. Third row, Ashleigh Earyes, Skylar Fives, Shelby Fives, Cole Hannon, Joseph Sabatini, Bridge Engineer Gerry Babinski, Nicholas Giordano and Nicholas Lolli. Winners of the bridge building contest are Joseph Sabatini, Jocelyn Williams, Jaclyn Marichak, Megan Kretchmer and Sophia Talutto. Submitted photo
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