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Big Brothers Big Sisters recognized for “Good Works” for children


June 19. 2014 10:00AM


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Big Brothers Big Sisters, an affiliate of the Voluntary Action Center, provides youth, ages 6-18, with top-flight mentoring to help them succeed in life.


The Lackawanna County Commissioners saluted the agency’s work, which for over 100 years, has provided children with professionally supported one-on-one monitored matches. The organization conducts a variety of special events to generate funds to operate the program and to underwrite social and recreational activities.


Shown, from left: Commissioner Corey D. OBrien; Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Maura Bocan, AmeriCorps VISTA; Jenny Gonzalez, site-based coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters; Jennifer Saunders, president of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Lackawanna County Advisory Board; Deborah Moran Peterson, executive director of the Voluntary Action Center; Val Calpin, Voluntary Action Center staff and Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley.




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