The Gathering at Keystone College has received a $2,000 grant from The Scranton Area Community Foundation. The funding will be used to support The Gathering’s 10th anniversary celebration July 15-17 on campus.
The Gathering is an annual three-day symposium on creativity and imagination with performances, lectures, discussions, and workshops. This year’s event, “Innovation: Radical Dreams for the Real World,” will feature guests who have broken through established ways of thinking and changed directions to accomplish new and important goals. Presenters include scientist, entrepreneur, lawyer, and author Martine Rothblatt, Ph.D., who founded Sirius Satellite Radio (now Sirius XM) in 1990 and served as board chair and CEO.
“The Gathering at Keystone College has become one of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s preeminent summer events and we are delighted to help support its 10th year anniversary,” said Scranton Area Community Foundation President Laura Ducceschi.
Photo Caption: Celebrating the Scranton Area Community Foundation’s $2,000 donation in support of The Gathering at Keystone College are (from left): Suzanne Fisher Staples and Charlotte Ravaioli, founders and organizers of The Gathering; Scranton Area Community Foundation President Laura Ducceschi; and Scranton Area Community Foundation Grant Administrator Cathy Fitzpatrick.