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United Way seeks Rose Brader Community Service Award nominations


March 22. 2013 4:15PM


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United Way of Wyoming Valley is accepting nominations for the Rose Brader Community Service Award. The award recognizes an adult volunteer, 18 years of age or older, for their special volunteer efforts rendered within the Wyoming Valley area. The award is named in honor of the late Rose Brader, who was employed by United Way of Wyoming Valley for 31 years and provided extensive volunteer service to numerous health and human service organizations. The award recipient will be honored at United Way’s Operation Dream: A Day of Caring and Awards Event scheduled for May 29 at the Woodlands Inn and Resort. Nomination forms can be obtained through United Way of Wyoming Valley’s website at www.unitedwaywb.org; by emailing a request to walt@unitedwaywb.org; or calling 270-9109. Deadline for nominations is April 26. Some members of the judging committee, from left, first row: Virginia Crossin, committee chair, United Way board of directors; David Ritter, Commission on Economic Opportunity, United Way Partner Agency; and Tracy Schooley, McCarthy Tire Service Company, United Way Community Impact Committee. Second row: Donald Engleman, CWA Local 13000/Verizon, United Way Labor Participation Committee and Walter Klepaski, vice president, Labor Participation, United Way. Also a judge member is Richard Beasley, PPL, United Way board of directors.




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