United Cerebral Palsy of NEPA commemorated 60 years of service to individuals with disabilities, their families, and the community with a special anniversary dinner held on August 28th at the Radisson Hotel at Lackawanna Station in Scranton.
Honorees for the occasion were PA Senator John Blake, Michael Marcinek, owner of the NEPA Fit Club, and Don Surace, owner of Andy Gavin's Pub & Eatery.
Proceeds from the dinner, and advertising space in the program book, are being designated to the Capital Campaign to replace our Clarks Summit Children's Center. If you'd like more information about that project, click on the Capital Campaign tab above.
To see more photos from the dinner, check out our Facebook page.
United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s 60th Annual Meeting was held, along with the agency’s Staff Appreciation Dinner, on Tuesday, June 25th at the Melting Pot in Scranton.
Several staff members were honored for their years of service: Sally McCullon for 25 years; Ruta Labutis and Kathleen Quinn, both for 20 years; Karen Kane for 15 years; Oscar Sierra for 10 years; and Lisa Golden for 5 years.
Officers of the Board of Directors were also installed for the 2013/2014 year: Mark Bennett, President; B. Lynn Hutchings, Ph.D., Vice-President; Edward Karpovich, Treasurer; and Marilyn Vitali, Secretary.
More photos from the dinner are on our Facebook page. Click on the link in the right side column.
NEPA Fit Club held their FitStock: For a Cause 3 on Saturday, June 1st at Memorial Field in Jessup. Over 80 people braved heat and humidity for the fitness "bootcamp" set to live music by the Jonny D band. This year's event featured a pre-registration party on Friday night at the NEPA Fit Club on Route 6 in Blakely. Food, entertainment and a basket raffle were a part of the festivities. On Saturday night, an after-party was held at Caverna in Jessup.
We want to thank Mike Marcinek and everyone at NEPA Fit Club for their tremendous support. If you'd like to see some pictures, visit the event page on Facebook.