Duryea at Dusk Raises $10,750 for Northeast Regional Cancer Institute

Front row, from left to right:  Karen M. Saunders, President, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Amanda E. Marchegiani, Community Relations Coordinator, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute, Krista Gromelski, Allison Brudzinski, Katie Brudzinski, Justin Tonte, Aimee Balchune and Kristen Kabacinski,  all Duryea at Dusk Committee members. 
Absent from the photo: Duryea at Dusk Committee members Eddie Klein and David Tighe.
Photo credit: Ashley Hoffman

The Duryea at Dusk committee raised $10,750 for the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute at their third Duryea at Dusk 5K and Festival held in early June in Duryea. The event featured a 5K run, a one-mile fun walk and a festival including food, games, basket raffles, local business vendors and a deejay. Proceeds from this event will help the Cancer Institute continue to ease the burden of cancer in northeastern Pennsylvania and support the local community through their programs and services.

About The Northeast Regional Cancer Institute
The Northeast Regional Cancer Institute is a nonprofit community-based agency serving seven counties in northeast Pennsylvania with offices located in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.  Focusing on surveillance, community and patient services, and hospital and practice support services, the Cancer Institute invests 100% of its resources locally.

About Duryea at Dusk
Through personal experience with a family member battling cancer, Duryea native sisters, Katie Brudzinski and Allison Brudzinski wanted to be part of something bigger that would involve their entire community. Duryea at Dusk was created from that idea.