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Thirty-three graduates of the Leadership Lackawanna Class of 2010 were recognized June 24th in a celebration held at Lackawanna College in Scranton. The evening was sponsored by Prudential Financial, Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, Chamberlin and Reinheimer Insurers and The Quandel Group. The agenda included a cocktail reception, dinner, the introduction of the Leadership Lackawanna Class of 2011 and five service projects presentations, all benefiting organizations within Lackawanna County.
The evening also included three award presentations - Shining Star, Class Leader and Volunteer of the Year. The 2010 “Class Leader of the Year” award was presented to Steve Zayac of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? for being a true advocate of the Leadership Lackawanna program, his group project and the community at large. As a recipient of this award, he exemplified the desired outcomes of the Leadership Lackawanna program through his actions during the class year. He served as an inspiration and role model for others. He consistently acted with integrity, as seen through honesty, trustworthiness and communication. And he assisted others in leadership development through coaching and mentoring during class sessions and projects. In addition, he shared generously of his own resources, knowledge and skills to improve the shared experience of the current class and the Leadership Lackawanna program. Overall, Steve is a true advocate for Leadership Lackawanna, his group project and the well-being of the community.
Additional award recipients included Bridgette McDonough of MAC Signs Systems who was awarded the “Shining Star” Award for displaying above-average dedication to the program and board member Rocco A. Genovese received the inaugural “Volunteer of the Year” award for his dedicated and distinctive level of support, time, hard work, commitment and service to Leadership Lackawanna. In conclusion, this year’s Leadership Lackawanna graduation recognition dinner was a spectacular evening filled with great accomplishments and noteworthy success.