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The Luzerne County Community College Diversity Council recently hosted a seminar on homelessness at the college’s Campus Center Rotunda. The seminar was presented by Stefanie Wolownik, program supervisor of Manna House, a homeless shelter for young adults 18 to 25 years old. The presentation focused on homeless young adults in Luzerne County and how Volunteers of America come to their aid with housing and support services.At the event, from left, first row: Rasha Shaker, Mountain Top; Angel Jirau, Wilkes-Barre, Spanish American Leaders Serving All (SALSA) and member, LCCC Diversity Council; Joseph Maffei, Pittston; Francis Curry, Forty Fort, member, LCCC Diversity Council; Millie Miranda, Plymouth; Wolownik; and Josh Wargo, Nanticoke, life skills worker, Manna House. Second row: Ed Hennigan, Exeter, assistant director, admissions, LCCC and member, LCCC Diversity Council; Jim Domzalski, Mountain Top, director, enrollment management, LCCC and member, LCCC Diversity Council; Cory Loftus, Plains Township; Dan Varcadipane, Nanticoke; and Judi Myers, Lake Silkworth, coordinator, diversity, LCCC and chair, LCCC Diversity Council.


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