Senator John Blake presents E2 SUMMIT

“Engaging stakeholders to achieve a career-focused education.”

Participants will include:
Legislators, State Officials, Superintendants, School Board Members, Higher Education Officials, and Business and Industry Leaders

“Education is the core of the region’s economic future. The region’s economy is only as strong as its workforce, and continuing education and training, and a commitment to lifelong learning will provide the equity and balance the region needs.”   – The Institute for Public Policy and Economic Development

 

 

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August 3, 2015: Congratulations again to the all of the Archbald Little League and Softball teams that won championships this season -- the 2015 District 32 and Section 5 Champion Girls (9-10) Softball Team that also finished third in states; the District 32 Champion (10-11) Boys Team; and the District 32 Champion (11-12) Boys Team! You have all made your parents, your coaches and your community very proud of your great accomplishments! A special thanks to all the volunteer coaches who commit so much time and effort on behalf of these wonderful young athletes. August 3, 2015: Congratulations again to the all of the Archbald Little League and Softball teams that won championships this season -- the 2015 District 32 and Section 5 Champion Girls (9-10) Softball Team that also finished third in states; the District 32 Champion (10-11) Boys Team; and the District 32 Champion (11-12) Boys Team! You have all made your parents, your coaches and your community very proud of your great accomplishments! A special thanks to all the volunteer coaches who commit so much time and effort on behalf of these wonderful young athletes. July 27, 2015: It was a pleasure to join Mayor Bill Courtright, state Rep. Marty Flynn, Lackawanna County Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Natalie Gelb and Julia Munley from the Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area (LHV), as well as executives from Pennsylvania American Water and DCNR to officially open Nay Aug Avenue Natural Play Area in ‪‎Scranton July 27, 2015: It was a pleasure to join Mayor Bill Courtright, state Rep. Marty Flynn, Lackawanna County Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Natalie Gelb and Julia Munley from the Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area (LHV), as well as executives from Pennsylvania American Water and DCNR to officially open Nay Aug Avenue Natural Play Area in ‪‎Scranton

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