Why we use the recycling sign in our logo

Have you ever wondered why Paper Shop uses the recycling logo as the ‘o’ in Shop? There are a few different reasons actually! Get ready to learn a little about Paper Shop that you may not have known previously. We use the recycling logo instead of the letter ‘o’ because: Customers recycle their goods The recycling…

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Bark for Life 2018

On October 13th, Paper Shop will hold a booth at Bark for Life of NEPA. We will have a few prizes to give away and we will have free Paper Shops, treats, and more! Please come out to this event and support the American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life, a canine event to fight cancer.…

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WESTERN WAYNE FBLA ATTEND NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN BALTIMORE

This summer a group of seven students representing the Western Wayne Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter participated in the organization’s annual National Leadership Conference held in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to the start of the conference, the Pennsylvania delegation– numbering more than 600–had an opportunity to do some sightseeing including a visit to the…

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West Scranton Homecoming 2018

West Scranton Seniors Joe Valencia and Peyton Cook were crowned the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen on Friday, October 6. Members of the West Scranton Homecoming Court included: Homecoming Princesses: Brianna O’Brien, Jordan Bennett, Maura Turi, and Hope Williams Homecoming Princes: Enzo Cicco, Jacob Rogers, Ben Anderson, and Jake Butka This year’s Homecoming took place…

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Old Forge news

On behalf of the Old Forge Board of Education, President Joan Wilk recognized members of the Old Forge Police Department and individuals involved in a life-saving effort at the school. Additionally, Mr. Robert Gillette, Jr. was recognized for his help with honoring students and their parents at the board recognition ceremonies during the 2017-2018 school…

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Old Forge HS Devil pride

Mr. Chris Gatto ,  Old Forge School High School Principal. announces September  Devil Pride High  School Students. The students were chosen based on their recognition for outstanding demonstrations of Devil Pride. Pride stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable, and Example to others

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Marywood University to Offer Professional Continuing Education “Addiction in our Aging Population: Awareness and Treatment Options” Program

Marywood University and the NEPA Aging Network Alliance (NANA) will co-host a Professional Continuing Education program titled, “Addiction in our Aging Population: Awareness and Treatment Options,” on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the All Seasons Hall, 3729 Birney Avenue, Moosic, Pa. 18507. To address the addiction crisis in the…

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Marywood University Master of Social Work Students Travel to Kenya for Month-Long Field Experience

Four Marywood University School of Social Work,  master of social work (MSW) students, Jenny Gonzalez Monge, Scranton, Pa.; Shanna Holmes, Wilkes-Barre, Pa; Cory Strubert, Bartonsville, Pa.; Kate Zelazny, Milton, Pa.; along with a Marywood School of Social Work  MSW graduate and Ph.D. student, Sister Kevin Karimi, LSOSP, Scranton, Pa.; and Dr. Lloyd L. Lyter, professor…

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Marywood University Student to Serve as Guest Speaker at Music Education Roundtable Event

Marywood University senior music education student, Harlow Alexander, Pittston, Pa., has received an invitation to serve as the guest speaker at the East Tennessee Music Education Roundtable that will take place in Maryville, Tenn., on Sunday, September 30, 2018. Ms. Alexander will share her thoughts on current issues in the profession, including professional networking, best…

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