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County Fishing Derby

The Lackawanna County Commissioners and the parks & recreation department finalize plans for the 20th annual fishing derby at Merli-Sarnoski Park, Carbondale, on Saturday, October 6. The event is limited to the first 250 children, ages 4 -12, and costs $5 to register. The event will run from 11 am to 1:15 pm. Call the park office for details (570) 963-6764.

l-r, William Davis, deputy director for parks & recreation; Commissioner Corey D. O’Brien; Bobbie Baillie and John DeNunzio, park staff; Commissioners Jim Wansacz and Patrick M. O’Malley; and Andy Kudzinowski, park staff.

Winners of the Amateur & Junior Golf Tournament

Bill Davis and Andy Kudzinowski from Lackawanna County Parks and Recreation presented trophies to the winners of the Lackawanna County Commissioners Annual Amateur & Junior Golf Tournament.

L to R – Andy Kudzinowski, Terry Huast 78 2 nd place winner (6 over par), Chris Cerinaro 75 1 st place winner (3 over par), Bill Davis Lackawanna County Parks and Recreation Director. r.
L to R – Andy Kudzinowski, Mike Thomas 1 st place winner with a 75 (3 over par), Nick Johnson Overall winner with a 73 (1 over par), Kerry Connors 2 nd place winner (4 over par), Bill Davis Lackawanna County Parks and Recreation Director.

Winners of the Lackawanna County Tennis Clinic Tournament

Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick O’Malley and Parks and Recreation Director Bill Davis presented trophies to the winners of the Lackawanna County Tennis Clinic Tournament held Saturday at McDade Park in Scranton.

Mallory Brayer (3 rd place winner 14-16 age division)
L to R – Parks and Recreation Director Bill Davis, Josh Price (3 rd place winner 11-13 age division), Mary Huffman (1 st place winner 11-13 age division), Dom Sacchetti (8-10 age runner up), Andrew Sheridan (14-16 age division 1 st place winner), Commissioner Patrick O’Malley, Nicola Pugliese (Runner up 11-13 age division),  Joey Talerico (3 rd place 8-10 age division), Antonio Pugliese (1 st place 8-10 age division)