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submitted photo Keystone Community Resources, (KCR) recently hosted a grand opening and family picnic at its newest Adult Day Program at 628 Genet St., Scranton. Senator John Blake presented a citation for Keystone Community Resources’ 55th anniversary to President and CEO Laura Brown-Yadlosky. At the ribbon cutting, from left: Brianna Florovito, workforce and 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, Jennifer Wolf, KCR Genet Street program coordinator; Dawn Loven, KCR Genet Street program manager, Donna Perechinsky, KCR accounting coordinator and board member of KCR and Stan Chotkowski, vice president of programs and services of KCR.

Keystone Community Resources, (KCR) recently hosted a grand opening and family picnic at its newest Adult Day Program at 628 Genet St. in Scranton. Senator John Blake presented a citation for Keystone Community Resources’ 55th anniversary to President and CEO Laura Brown-Yadlosky. At the ribbon cutting, from left: Brianna Florovito, workforce and 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, Jennifer Wolf, KCR Genet Street 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.