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LCB gives Alcohol Education Grant to King’s College

King’s College recently received an Alcohol Education Grant of almost $15,000 from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB). The funds will be used for a cooperative program between King’s College, Wilkes University and the Wilkes-Barre City Police Department on efforts to curb underage drinking. King’s and Wilkes are working cooperatively to fund extra patrols by members of the Wilkes-Barre Police Department in areas on and surrounding both campuses. This is the second year that both institutions worked cooperatively on a PLCB grant. Representatives from both King’s and Wilkes have formed a coalition and meet periodically to monitor grant activities. Members of the King’s/Wilkes coalition, from left: Diane Kachmarski, King’s Security Office; Sean Cryan, director of campus activities at King’s; Tish Last, director of corporate, foundation and government grants at King’s; Bob Zukoski, assistant director of security at King’s; Gerald Rebo, manager of public safety, Wilkes; Philip Miller, public safety III, Wilkes; Gail Holby, coordinator of health and wellness, Wilkes; and Amy Edwards, coordinator of compliance for sponsored research programs.

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