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Gathering in front of the “Thunder Cloud” sculpture on the Keystone College campus are, from left, Nikki Moser, college art instructor; Natalie Gelb, executive director of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley; Patrick McGowan, college Iron Works Program; “Thunder Cloud” creator Coral Lambert; and Dr. David Coppola, college president.
Gathering in front of the “Thunder Cloud” sculpture on the Keystone College campus are, from left, Nikki Moser, college art instructor; Natalie Gelb, executive director of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley; Patrick McGowan, college Iron Works Program; “Thunder Cloud” creator Coral Lambert; and Dr. David Coppola, college president.
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Sculpture featured at Keystone


A cast-iron sculpture by artist Coral Lambert is on display at Keystone College.


The 8-by-8-foot sculpture “Thunder Cloud” is located near the main entrance to campus. The work has been loaned to Keystone for two years as part of the recent Keystone College Iron Works/Arts on Fire celebration held earlier this month at the Scranton Iron Furnaces in downtown Scranton.


Keystone received a grant for $18,300 from Lackawanna Heritage Valley to help fund the Keystone College Iron Works program for local students and create a sculpture park for their iron designs along the Lackawanna Heritage Valley trail system in Lackawanna County.


SUGARLOAF TWP.


McGloin to make appearance


The Greater Hazleton Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association will host a meet-and-greet with former Penn State quarterback and Scranton native Matt McGloin in conjunction with the annual meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. July 9 at Sand Springs Country Club in the Drums section of Butler Township.


The event, which is open to the public, starts with a meet-and-greet at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and remarks by McGloin and campus and chapter leaders. Proceeds benefit the Greater Hazleton Chapter’s Academic Award at Penn State Hazleton, which supports local students pursuing a Penn State degree.


Tickets for the event are $30 for chapter members and $35 for non-members. Reservations must be paid in advance and will be accepted through Tuesday. Contact Michael Heon at 570-759-3982 or mykeyon@verizon.net or Carole Shearer at 570-450-3016 or chs14@psu.edu for a form. The form is also available at www.psualum.com/chapter/hazleton.


HARVEYS LAKE


Cellphone tower plans delayed


Plans for construction on the new cellphone tower have been delayed.


Representatives from X-Cell attending Wednesday evening’s Planning Commission meeting were informed they need to submit a revised land development plan two weeks before the next meeting on July 17.


WILKES-BARRE


YMCA holds 30th Bernie’s Run/Walk


The memorial run, named in honor of the late former YMCA director, Bernie Hargadon, will be held for the 30th year in a row July 4. Registration for all events begins at 7 a.m.


There will be a free half-mile run for kids starting at 8:30 a.m. from the corner of South Main and Ross streets. The walk will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the run starts at 9:10 a.m. Both of these events start at the corner of Market and River streets near the Guard Insurance building.


Entry fees for individuals is $15 before June 26 and $20 from that day until race day. A family of three or more pays $12 per person until June 26 and $15 per person from that day until race day.


All proceeds benefit the YMCA’s family wellness programs. Registration forms are at www.wbymca.org or at the South Franklin Street facility. Contact Linda Reilly, 570-970-5022, for more information.


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