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Record number of households benefit from CEO Thanksgiving Project


February 19. 2013 8:06PM
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The CEO Thanksgiving Project served a record number of households this year. More than 8,000 Luzerne and Wyoming county households were served. Turkeys were also provided to the Shickshinny Food Pantry, the Mountain Top Food Pantry and the Back Mountain Food Pantry. The success of the program depends on food donors, sponsors, individual contributors and more than 1,000 volunteers. Some of the participants, from left, first row, are Richard Bartoletti, Christine Francisco, Estelle Stryjewski and Jollene Bradford, all CEO board members. Second row: Richard Kutz, director, CEO/Weinberg Regional Food Bank; Gary Lamont, board treasurer, CEO; Gene Brady, executive director, CEO; Dan McGowan, board vice president, CEO; Michael Sparks and District Justice Joseph Carmody, board members, CEO; Judge Hugh F. Mundy, board president, CEO; Marie McCormick, board secretary, CEO; and Maura Modrovsky, volunteer coordinator, CEO.




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