Gresh learns of opportunities
DALLAS — Misericordia University recently celebrated Mercy Week and the heritage of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, who founded the institution in 1924, by hosting a Service Fair in the Banks Student Life Center.
Cordell Gresh, Pittston, was on hand to learn about service opportunities during the fair.
The annual fair gives students an opportunity to meet with representatives from social service agencies who work in the local community and have a need for volunteers and support.
Locals initiate risk program
DALLAS — The Departments of Physical Therapy at Misericordia University partnered with the Masonic Village at Dallas to initiate a free Fall Prevention/Fall Risk Program for 38 residents of the active 60-plus retirement community.
Rachel Scanlon, Pittston, and Mia Mancuso, Old Forge are part of the nine-week program that began Sept. 24 and is designed to help participants prevent falls in the home and within the community.
Happy birthday wishes
Mary Ellen Aufiere, Suscon, celebrates her birthday on Oct. 25.
Jim Sarti, Hughestown, will celebrate his birthday on Oct. 26.
Doreen Propersi Brown, Old Forge, will celebrate her birthday on Oct. 26.
Happy anniversary wishes
Robert and Carol Kaluzavich, Pittston, celebrated their wedding anniversary on Oct. 20.
Debbie and Patrick Talipan, Pittston, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Oct. 26. They have four children, Brian, Justin, Kevin and Kaitlyn.