Leadership Lackawanna raises more than $60,000 for service projects


Twenty-nine area professionals recently graduated from Leadership Lackawanna’s Core Program, which provides leadership, interpersonal and managerial skills and an enhanced understanding of issues and topics relevant to the Greater Scranton area. This year’s class raised more than $60,000 to complete service projects for Children’s Advocacy Center of NEPA, the Historical Architectural Review Board and West Scranton Hyde Park Neighborhood Watch, Inc. Participants in the ‘Planting a Promise’ team, which created a healing and transformation garden at the Teen Advocacy Center, from left, first row, Nicole A. Morristell, director of Leadership Lackawanna; Kris Serniak; Fred Roughsedge and Sharon Yanik-Craig. Second row, Mary Borthwick, Katlin Edmunds, Mary Ruzzi, Nicole Sullivan and Lee Coffman.

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