Keystone Rescue Mission Alliance recognized by Lackawanna County Commissioners


The Keystone Rescue Mission Alliance is a safe haven for people dealing with homelessness, abuse, alcoholism, or release from prison. It provides meals five evenings a week, ‘Kids Klothes,’ haircuts, food, toiletries and other goods and services to those in need. There are 300 Rescue Missions across the country with 13 in Pennsylvania. The Lackawanna County Commissioners recently recognized the agency for its work with the less fortunate of the community. From left, Commissioner Jerry Notarianni; John Gleason, operations manager for Keystone Rescue Mission Alliance; Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley, and Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings.

http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_ABJ-Rescue-Mission.jpgSubmitted photo
comments powered by Disqus