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News and information about CAN DO for the community, investors, volunteers and board members.

CAN-DO-Luzerne-County2On May 18, Foundation President Gary F. Lamont and CAN DO President Kevin O’Donnell presented Luzerne County Commissioners Maryanne C. Petrilla, Gregory A. Skrepenak and Stephen A. Urban and Luzerne County Office of Community Development Executive Director Andrew D. Reilly with a resolution recognizing the county for its efforts in restoring the Ferrwood Music Camp.

The CAN DO Community Foundation presented electricians with a resolution recognizing their efforts in restoring the Ferrwood Music Camp. From left: CAN DO President Kevin O’Donnell; Robert Judd, president of Arc Electric Construction Co.; John T. Nadolny, training director for International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 163;  and CAN DO Community Foundation President Gary F. Lamont.Local electricians and electrical contractors recently donated time and equipment to upgrade the lighting and power distribution systems at Ferrwood Music Camp in Butler Township – just in time for the camp’s busy summer season.

thumb_cando-yenchko-0619The CAN DO Community Foundation presented the first Joseph Yenchko Awards – scholarships named for the first CAN DO employee – to three area students to attend Ferrwood Music Camp.

thumb_CurbAppealWinners-100109Looking to recognize industrial park tenants who beautify and maintain the visual appeal of their properties, CAN DO, Inc., presented several companies from its industrial parks with its second annual Curb Appeal Awards.

CAN DO, Inc., Greater Hazleton’s economic development organization, marked another year during its 53rd annual dinner meeting June 16 at Best Western Genetti Inn & Suites, Hazleton.

The CAN DO Community Foundation held its annual meeting and observed a moment of silence in memory of attorney and Board Member Henry Giuliani, who had recently passed away.

Continued expansion of Humboldt Industrial Park’s northern side has caused CAN DO to substantially improve two intersections along Route 924 in Hazle Township.

CAN DO, Inc., and its economic development counterparts in Wilkes-Barre and Scranton are aggressively promoting entrepreneurship throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania through the formation of the NEPA Venture Partnership.

Employees Dan Sweeney and Brian Demshock have marked their anniversaries with CAN DO.

CAN DO’s wastewater treatment plant in Humboldt Industrial Park is one of the first plants in the region to start using biological nutrient removal technology.