C.A.S.U.A.L Day in Lackawanna County

The Lackawanna County Commissioners issued a proclamation to recognize the impact the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute’s (NRCI) 17th annual C.A.S.U.A.L Day has on the fight against colon cancer in our region.  Established by the family of the late Helen Phillips, the event urges residents to get screened for early detection of colon cancer and also highlights the medical breakthroughs that have saved lives.

    L-r, Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Commissioner Debi Domenick, Laura Toole, NRCI’s Executive Vice President; and Commissioner Chris Chermak.

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Military Medals Presented to Daniel Chermak’s Family

Lackawanna County officials presented Daniel Chermak, Jr., left, with a series of medals earned by his father, Daniel, Sr., who was shot down in Berlin and held in a prison camp until the end of World War II.  The elder Chermak flew multiple bombing missions in the Air Offensive European squadron.  The medals included Air medal, three oak clusters, European Africa Middle Eastern Service Medal, and a Purple Heart.

L-r, Mr. Chermak, Tyler Liput, his grandson; Commissioner Chris Chermak, and David Eisele, the County’s Director of Veterans Affairs.


2020 Winter Golf Clinic

The Lackawanna County Commissioners 2020 Winter Golf Clinic will be held February 17 to March 12 at Goodwill Industries of NEPA Gym, 925 Prospect Ave, Scranton.