Keystone Community Resources, 55 Year Anniversary

Senator Blake presented a Citation for 55 year Anniversary to President and CEO of Keystone Community Resources (KCR) at Grand Opening-Ribbon Cutting Family Picnic Celebration.

KCR recently had a Grand Opening and Family Picnic at their newest Adult Day Program at 628 Genet Street in Scranton. Neighbors, community leaders, Senator Blake, along with KCR individuals they support and the families. KCR purchased the former St. Francis of Assisi Church and Rectory in 2016. Over the last few years, KCR has renovated this beautiful property while keeping the integrity of the building. KCR was excited to announce this expansion of Keystone as one of the many fully-licensed Day Program for individuals with Autism and Developmental Disabilities. At this specific location, we offer multiple sensory rooms, art, cooking classes, along with multiple other opportunities outside of the building such as community activities and volunteering. Programming is based on the individual’s choice and opportunities. Senator John Blake presented a citation for Keystone Community Resources 55 year Anniversary, to our President and CEO Laura Brown-Yadlosky at the KCR Genet Street Grand Opening. KCR is Celebrating 55 years of Caring, since 1964.

Pictured left to right: In attendance at the Ribbon Cutting was Brianna Florovito, Workforce & Entrepreneurial Development Specialist at the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce; MaryAnn Colbert, Director, Intellectual Disability Services Lackawanna-Susquehanna Counties BHIDEI Programs; Laura Brown-Yadlosky, KCR President and CEO; J. Jennifer Wolf, KCR Genet St. Program Coordinator; Dawn Loven, KCR Genet St. Program Manager; Donna Perechinsky, KCR Accounting Coordinator and Board Member of KCR; and Stan Chotkowski, Vice President of Programs and Services of KCR.


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