WAVERLY AFTERSCHOOL SITE DIRECTOR
The Afterschool Site Director is a part-time position 100 percent dedicated to the site location and is responsible for the oversight of the Afterschool Program in partnership with the collaborating school and hosting non-profit agency. The Site Director serves as the primary contact to the school ad-ministration and faculty and helps establish the Y-USA pilot program at the assigned site. The Afterschool Site Director must have the competencies, skills and proven leadership ability to successfully carry out the YMCA
mission, goals and vision for serving the community.
Must be at least 21 years of age. Must have at least a Bachelor’s degree related to youth development or education. A minimum of four years of relevant experience working with children under the age of 13 in an
educational setting including at least two years in an administrative
supervisory capacity with demonstrated decision making ability. Must possess oral, auditory and written communication skills appropriate for
interacting with both children and adults. Positive role model with strong leader-ship, conflict resolution and diplomacy skills. Must be capable of
directing the daily administrative, program related and supervisory
responsibilities of the Afterschool Program. 15-20 hours a week. $16-$18/ hour.
Resumes and related materials accepted through August 1, 2014.
Send to Janine Shaffer at email@example.com.
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Clinics at the Comm Article in the Abington
Classic Golf Tournament:
On Monday, May 19th, the Waverly Community House hosted its Sixteenth Annual Comm Classic Golf Tournament to benefit programming and recreation at the Comm. Seventy-nine golfers participated in the tournament which was held at The Country Club of Scranton. Golfers included: Kim Barrows, Mike Barrows, Janet Blaum, Tom Butler, Sharon Byrne, Jerry Calpin, Paul Casparro, Jeff Chrysler, Joe Chun, Karen Chun, Gina Cochran, Terry Cochran, Thomas Coleman, Yvonne Cronkey, Terry Dempsey, Patrick Doherty, Doug Duguay, Sandy Durbin, Tom Durbin, Steve Farrell, John Fritch, Nevin Gerber, Jeff Haudenschield, Tom Hillebrand, Lou Houck, Michele Hughes, Chris Kelly, Joseph Kelly, Kim Stampien Kelly, Tom Kelly, Michael Kwashnik, Chris Langan, James Langan, Darryl Lock, Jeff Marquardt, Sally Marquardt, Mario Matrone, Robert Mazzoni, Annie McDonough, Joe Messina, Debbie Meyer, Keith Meyer, Jeff Nalevanko, Nancy Nealon, Anders Nelson, Kathy Nelson, Cindy Neubert, Daniel Nulton, Jim O'Malley, Girard O'Neill, Stacy Ossenfort, Tom Ostrowski, Bill Rhodes, Scott Robinson, Ryan Rogan, Chris Rothwell, Pat Sabbatino, Barb Sanders, Jason Schoenberg, Anthony Sebastianelli, Alan Silverman, Steve Silverman, Linda Sproul, Bray Stahller, Patti Staples, Tom Staples, Jay Steele, Bill Thomas, Patti Thomas, Joe Vitzacovitch, John Walker, Kevin Walker, Bev Walsh, Joe Woelkers, Paul Woelkers, Mary Wok, Michael Wolk and Mary Ann Yonchak.
Sponsorship support for the event came from the following local businesses: Eckerlsey and Ostrowski LLP, Northeast Rehabilitation Associates PC, PNC and Shale Rail (platinum sponsors); Tom and Grace Hillebrand, Manci Insurance Agency, MGM Masonry, Peoples Security Bank and The Benefits Group (gold sponsors); and American Janitor & Paper Supply, Burkavage Design Associates, Kane Trucking, Lackawanna Mobile X-Ray, Law Offices of William M. Blaum, Jim Colangelo and Dave Patchcoski of Met Life, Pittston Machine, R.J. Walker Co., Timothy J. Pryle and The Quandel Group (silver and bronze sponsors).
Prizes went to the following: Men’s Flight #1 – Jason Schoenberg, Alan Silverman, Steve Silverman and Tony Sebastianelli; Men’s Flight #2 – John Fritch, Michael Kwashnick, Paul Casparro and James Langan; Women’s Flight #1 – Kathy Nelson, Mary AnnYonchak, Bray Stahller and Bev Walsh; Mixed Flight #1 – Joe Chun, Karen Chun, Janet Blaum, Bill Vitzacovitch; Most Honest Golfers – Sharon Byrne, Michele Hughes and Barb Sanders; Closest-to the-Hole – Bray Stahller (Women) and Terry Cochran (Men); Longest Drive – Nancy Luciani Nealon (Women) and Terry Cochran (Men); Skins Game – Jason Schoenberg, Alan Silverman, Steve Silverman and Tony Sebastianelli; Nancy Nealon, Darryl Lock, Terry Cochran and Gina Cochran; Michael Wolk, Mary Wolk, Keith Meyer and Debbie Meyer; Joe Chun, Karen Chun, Janet Blaum and Bill Vitzacovitch.
A day of golf was topped off with cocktails and dinner and a LIVE! Auction featuring a seven-night stay in a Vermont vacation home, a Big and Friendly Discount Book for Elk Mountain, an Official NFL Eagles’ jersey signed by running back LeSean McCoy, a foursome for golf and lunch at The Country Club of Scranton, a twosome for golf at Saucon Valley Country Club and a cooking class and dinner for eight at Chef’s Table at Keystone College.
Prizes were provided by Brucelli, C3 Group, Corky’s, Bob Dickert/Carl Von Lugers, Patti & Doug Duguay, Gerhart Scales, Glenburn Grill, Idle Hour Lanes, Jaya Yoga, Lakeland Golf Course, Olive Garden, Patsel’s, Pizza Hut, Red Lobster, Regal Cinemas, Sanderson State Street Salon, Pat & Tom Staples, State Street Grill, The Benefits Group, The Reeds at Shelter Haven in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, Waverly General Store and Mike & Mary Wolk.
May 10 Waverly Waddle Results from Scranton Running Company
Community House 90th Birthday Video
Camp Kids Protect Marine Life
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