Abington Heights student collects coats for St. Francis Commons


From left: Sister Janet Jeffers, IHM Director of Lackawanna/Wayne Catholic Social Services offices; Nate Gronsky; Dr. Joseph Gronsky; Eulaine Gronsky; Rose Cegelka, Volunteer Manager of St. Francis Commons Free Clothing Store.


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Nate Gronsky, a 10th grade student at Abington Heights High School, recently collected 180 winter coats for the St. Francis Commons Clothing Store in Scranton. The collection served as Gronsky’s Eagle project for those in need in the community. He is a member of Troop 160 in the Abingtons. The St. Francis Commons clothing store is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from noon to 2 p.m. For more information, call 570-855-3271. Shown in photo, from left, are Sister Janet Jeffers, IHM Director of Lackawanna/Wayne Catholic Social Services offices; Nate Gronsky; Dr. Joseph Gronsky; Eulaine Gronsky; Rose Cegelka, Volunteer Manager of St. Francis Commons Free Clothing Store.

From left: Sister Janet Jeffers, IHM Director of Lackawanna/Wayne Catholic Social Services offices; Nate Gronsky; Dr. Joseph Gronsky; Eulaine Gronsky; Rose Cegelka, Volunteer Manager of St. Francis Commons Free Clothing Store.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_ABJ-Scout-Coat-Drive.jpgFrom left: Sister Janet Jeffers, IHM Director of Lackawanna/Wayne Catholic Social Services offices; Nate Gronsky; Dr. Joseph Gronsky; Eulaine Gronsky; Rose Cegelka, Volunteer Manager of St. Francis Commons Free Clothing Store.Submitted photo
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