Leadership Lackawanna hosts Trivia Night to benefit Nay Aug Park Project

From left, Amanda Marchegiani, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Jeff Cavanaugh, Senate of Pennsylvania - John Blake; Logan Hansman, Fidelity Bank; Kevin Brislin, Lightspeed Technologies; Julie Bialkowski, Penn State Worthington Scranton; Alejandra Marroquin, Lackawanna Susquehanna BH/ID/EI Program; Kim Fanning, Sordoni Construction Services, and Eugene Munley, Prudential Retirement. - Submitted photo

SCRANTON, PA – One of this year’s Leadership Lackawanna Core Program group service projects will help revitalize and refurbish the oldest pavilion in Nay Aug Park, built in 1897. A Trivia Night to support the project is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at at Ale Mary’s, 126 Franklin Ave. The suggested donation is $10 per person at the door.

The event will also include basket raffles.

This Leadership Lackawanna team will use the funds raised to create a walkway and complete various landscaping tasks. Renovations are slated for completion by June.

For more information about the project, visit bit.ly/2hTSCpo or “The Pavilion at Nay Aug Park” Facebook page. For more information about Trivia Night, call Jeff Cavanaugh at 570-351-6138.

From left, Amanda Marchegiani, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Jeff Cavanaugh, Senate of Pennsylvania – John Blake; Logan Hansman, Fidelity Bank; Kevin Brislin, Lightspeed Technologies; Julie Bialkowski, Penn State Worthington Scranton; Alejandra Marroquin, Lackawanna Susquehanna BH/ID/EI Program; Kim Fanning, Sordoni Construction Services, and Eugene Munley, Prudential Retirement.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_ABJ-LL-Trivia.jpgFrom left, Amanda Marchegiani, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Jeff Cavanaugh, Senate of Pennsylvania – John Blake; Logan Hansman, Fidelity Bank; Kevin Brislin, Lightspeed Technologies; Julie Bialkowski, Penn State Worthington Scranton; Alejandra Marroquin, Lackawanna Susquehanna BH/ID/EI Program; Kim Fanning, Sordoni Construction Services, and Eugene Munley, Prudential Retirement. Submitted photo