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Submitted photo Misericordia University was awarded a $75,000 grant from the Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Care Foundation to support the Autism for Lifelong Learning Program. Participating in the check presentation, from left, first row: Laura Ducceschi, Scranton Area Foundation president/CEO, and administrator, NEPA HCF; Elizabeth Archer, grants writer, and Katherine Totino, foundation and government relations manager, Misericordia University; James Clemente, board chair, NEPA HCF, and Michele McGowan, board member, NEPA HCF. Second row, NEPA HCF board members Mark Mitchell, Christopher Dressel, Robert Knowles, and The Honorable Terrence Nealon.

Misericordia University was awarded a $75,000 grant from the Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Care Foundation to support the Autism for Lifelong Learning Program. Participating in the check presentation, from left, first row: Laura Ducceschi, Scranton Area Foundation president/CEO, and administrator, NEPA HCF; Elizabeth Archer, grants writer, and Katherine Totino, foundation and government relations manager, Misericordia University; James Clemente, board chair, NEPA HCF, and Michele McGowan, board member, NEPA HCF. Second row, NEPA HCF board members Mark Mitchell, Christopher Dressel, Robert Knowles, and The Honorable Terrence Nealon.