The Deutsch Institute honored by Lackawanna County Commissioners, The Champagne Celebrity Brunch set for Nov. 8


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The Lackawanna County Commissioners present a Good Works certificate to The Deutsch Institute. From left, Commissioner Edward G. Staback; Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Johanna Belt, Deutsch Institute office manager; Tara Borgna, Deutsch Institute program specialist; Roseann Novembrino, Deutsch Institute second vice president; Joyce Tressler, Deutsch Institute Foundation secretary and Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley.


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SCRANTON — The Lackawanna County Commissioners presented a “Good Works” certificate to The Deutsch Institute In recognition of the agency’s work in providing recreation and wellness programs to individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities.

The organization, established in 1979, serves Lackawanna, Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming counties. It participates in cooperative ventures and programs with other social service agencies as a means of improving the health and well-being of its clients. The agency offers educational services, art classes, bowling, bus trips and social activities.

The agency’s major fundraiser, “The Champagne Celebrity Brunch,” will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 8 at St. Mary’s Center, Scranton.

The Lackawanna County Commissioners present a Good Works certificate to The Deutsch Institute. From left, Commissioner Edward G. Staback; Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Johanna Belt, Deutsch Institute office manager; Tara Borgna, Deutsch Institute program specialist; Roseann Novembrino, Deutsch Institute second vice president; Joyce Tressler, Deutsch Institute Foundation secretary and Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ABJ-Deutsch.jpgThe Lackawanna County Commissioners present a Good Works certificate to The Deutsch Institute. From left, Commissioner Edward G. Staback; Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Johanna Belt, Deutsch Institute office manager; Tara Borgna, Deutsch Institute program specialist; Roseann Novembrino, Deutsch Institute second vice president; Joyce Tressler, Deutsch Institute Foundation secretary and Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley. Submitted photo

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Information provided by Lackawanna County Communications.

Information provided by Lackawanna County Communications.

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