The Lackawanna Trail All Sports Booster Club held its annual Winter Sports Awards night on February 23. Athletes were recognized for their achievements throughout the season.

The Lackawanna Trail All Sports Booster Club held its annual Winter Sports Awards night on February 23. Athletes were recognized for their achievements throughout the season. Athletes honored were:  Lackawanna Trail Girls Basketball members were, left to right: Head Coach Bob Fitzsimmons, Grace Wetzel, Most Improved; Daria Lewandowski, Coach’s Award; Kerrigan Buck, Hustle Award and…

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Old Forge School District announces January Devil Pride High School Students

Mr. Christopher Thomas and Mr. Nathan Barrett Principals of the Old Forge School District announce January Devil Pride High School Students. The students were chosen based on their recognition for outstanding demonstrations of Devil Pride. Pride stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable, and Example to others. Left to right: Chris Sickle- Grade 7, Lexus Souryavong- Grade…

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Marywood University to Host 13th Annual Business Conference on Ethics, Leadership, and Corporate Social Responsibility

Marywood University to Host 13th Annual Business Conference on Ethics, Leadership, and Corporate Social Responsibility   SCRANTON, PA (February 20, 2015)—Marywood University’s School of Business and Global Innovation will hold its 13th annual business and ethics forum:  Ethics, Leadership, and Corporate Social Responsibility, on Monday, March 23, 2015, from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., in…

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Students in grades five through eight at Good Shepherd Academy in Kingston recently participated in the Scripps Spelling Bee.

Students in grades five through eight at Good Shepherd Academy in Kingston recently participated in the Scripps Spelling Bee.  Each homeroom held its own Spelling Bee, and the two finalists from each room participated in the School Spelling Bee.  The winner of the school competition was Sean Boland, seventh grade, of Dallas.  The runner-up was…

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Marywood University to Host Internationally Acclaimed Performance for Women’s History Month

Marywood University to Host Internationally Acclaimed Performance for Women’s History Month SCRANTON, PA (February 16, 2015)—Marywood University will host the internationally renowned chamber music theatre Core Ensemble, performing Ain’t I a Woman! on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 7 p.m., in the Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts, on the University campus.  This event is free…

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Marywood University to Host Eating Disorder Screening Day

Marywood University to Host Eating Disorder Screening Day SCRANTON, PA (February 13, 2015)—Marywood University’s Psychological Services Center will host an Eating Disorder Screening Day on Thursday, February 26, 2015, 9 a.m. – 7p.m., in the McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies. The screenings are completely confidential, free, and open to all ages. National Eating…

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Rocco Roguskie, who is only a sophomore at Shenandoah Valley High School, has achieved a level of success in the field of music that has been unequalled in the school’s history.

Rocco Roguskie, who is only a sophomore at Shenandoah Valley High School, has achieved a level of success in the field of music that has been unequalled in the school’s history. His musical career began in 6th grade when elementary band director Emily Volek encouraged him to play the French horn. He then went on…

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MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIES

MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIES  APRIL 2015  MAHADY GALLERY | SURACI GALLERY | MASLOW STUDY GALLERY FOR CONTEMPORARY ART Marywood University, Shields Center for Visual Arts, 2300 Adams Ave., 18509-1598 • 570.348.6278, Fax 570.340.6023 Email: gallery@marywood.edu • URL: www.marywood.edu/galleries • MAHADY GALLERY:  Senior Art Exhibition 2015, through April 26; group exhibition of undergraduate art students receiving their…

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Lackawanna Trail High School Assistant Principal Brian Kearney announced the Student of Month and Power of the Paws candidates for December

Lackawanna Trail High School Assistant Principal Brian Kearney announced the Student of Month and Power of the Paws candidates for December. Students receiving nominations for Student of the Month were nominated by the faculty for their academic effort, citizenship and school service. Students receiving nominations for Power of the Paws were nominated by the faculty…

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