Abington Heights, Lackawanna Trail students graduate from Leadership Lackawanna teen program


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The 2016 Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program graduates, from left, first row, Heather Marie Mitchell, Abington Heights High School; Katharine DeFrancesco, Riverside Junior/Senior High School; Alexis Tayoun, Old Forge High School; Abigail Guziewicz, Holy Cross High School; Ashleigh Clarke, Lackawanna Trail High School; Madison Lee, Lackawanna Trail High School, Leah Pawluck, Holy Cross High School; Emily Sarah Marquardt, Abington Heights High School; Mikayla Taylor Heid, Valley View High School; Nori D. Zaccheo, West Scranton High School and Julianne Frances Hunt, Holy Cross High School. Second row, Lindsey Loss, board chair, Leadership Lackawanna; Colin Michael Leggat, Old Forge High School; Darren Ronald Pitts, Scranton High School; Noah Eugene Musto, Abington Heights High School; Maura M. Nevins, Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School; Anjli Dalsania, Abington Heights High School; Julia V. J. Betti, Mid Valley Secondary Center; Vincent Betti, Valley View High School; Grace Gallagher, Lackawanna Trail High School; Elizabeth Johnson, North Pocono High School; Katherine A. Howey, Riverside Junior/Senior High School; Kathryn Retzbach, Lakeland Junior/Senior High School; Jacob Watts, Scranton High School; Spencer T. Zimmerman, Summit Christian Academy; Benjamin Joseph Dial, North Pocono High School; Zachary Niemiec, West Scranton High School; and Nicole Morristell, director, Leadership Lackawanna. Absent at the time of photo were Jenna Carmen, Western Wayne High School; Jessica Kasper, Mid Valley Secondary Center; Madison R. Kornutiak , Western Wayne High School; Robert Morgan, Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School; Patrick John Noon, North Pocono High School; Makayla Stone, Western Wayne High School; and Olivia Troiano, Western Wayne High School.


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SCRANTON — Participants in the Leadership Lackawanna teen program, Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, met in May at Lackawanna College for their Graduation Recognition Ceremony.

Leadership Lackawanna’s seven-month Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program develops the leadership, interpersonal and managerial skills of high school juniors and provides real-world experiences in the areas of philanthropy, non-profit organizations and community service. In addition to the skills learned and topics explored, the opportunities and challenges of Northeastern Pennsylvania were discussed as participants networked with community leaders and other high school students. Sessions were held one full weekday each month.

The 2016 Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program graduates, from left, first row, Heather Marie Mitchell, Abington Heights High School; Katharine DeFrancesco, Riverside Junior/Senior High School; Alexis Tayoun, Old Forge High School; Abigail Guziewicz, Holy Cross High School; Ashleigh Clarke, Lackawanna Trail High School; Madison Lee, Lackawanna Trail High School, Leah Pawluck, Holy Cross High School; Emily Sarah Marquardt, Abington Heights High School; Mikayla Taylor Heid, Valley View High School; Nori D. Zaccheo, West Scranton High School and Julianne Frances Hunt, Holy Cross High School. Second row, Lindsey Loss, board chair, Leadership Lackawanna; Colin Michael Leggat, Old Forge High School; Darren Ronald Pitts, Scranton High School; Noah Eugene Musto, Abington Heights High School; Maura M. Nevins, Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School; Anjli Dalsania, Abington Heights High School; Julia V. J. Betti, Mid Valley Secondary Center; Vincent Betti, Valley View High School; Grace Gallagher, Lackawanna Trail High School; Elizabeth Johnson, North Pocono High School; Katherine A. Howey, Riverside Junior/Senior High School; Kathryn Retzbach, Lakeland Junior/Senior High School; Jacob Watts, Scranton High School; Spencer T. Zimmerman, Summit Christian Academy; Benjamin Joseph Dial, North Pocono High School; Zachary Niemiec, West Scranton High School; and Nicole Morristell, director, Leadership Lackawanna. Absent at the time of photo were Jenna Carmen, Western Wayne High School; Jessica Kasper, Mid Valley Secondary Center; Madison R. Kornutiak , Western Wayne High School; Robert Morgan, Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School; Patrick John Noon, North Pocono High School; Makayla Stone, Western Wayne High School; and Olivia Troiano, Western Wayne High School.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_ABJ-Leadership-Lack-Youth.jpgThe 2016 Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program graduates, from left, first row, Heather Marie Mitchell, Abington Heights High School; Katharine DeFrancesco, Riverside Junior/Senior High School; Alexis Tayoun, Old Forge High School; Abigail Guziewicz, Holy Cross High School; Ashleigh Clarke, Lackawanna Trail High School; Madison Lee, Lackawanna Trail High School, Leah Pawluck, Holy Cross High School; Emily Sarah Marquardt, Abington Heights High School; Mikayla Taylor Heid, Valley View High School; Nori D. Zaccheo, West Scranton High School and Julianne Frances Hunt, Holy Cross High School. Second row, Lindsey Loss, board chair, Leadership Lackawanna; Colin Michael Leggat, Old Forge High School; Darren Ronald Pitts, Scranton High School; Noah Eugene Musto, Abington Heights High School; Maura M. Nevins, Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School; Anjli Dalsania, Abington Heights High School; Julia V. J. Betti, Mid Valley Secondary Center; Vincent Betti, Valley View High School; Grace Gallagher, Lackawanna Trail High School; Elizabeth Johnson, North Pocono High School; Katherine A. Howey, Riverside Junior/Senior High School; Kathryn Retzbach, Lakeland Junior/Senior High School; Jacob Watts, Scranton High School; Spencer T. Zimmerman, Summit Christian Academy; Benjamin Joseph Dial, North Pocono High School; Zachary Niemiec, West Scranton High School; and Nicole Morristell, director, Leadership Lackawanna. Absent at the time of photo were Jenna Carmen, Western Wayne High School; Jessica Kasper, Mid Valley Secondary Center; Madison R. Kornutiak , Western Wayne High School; Robert Morgan, Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School; Patrick John Noon, North Pocono High School; Makayla Stone, Western Wayne High School; and Olivia Troiano, Western Wayne High School. Submitted photo

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