When we visit Midland these days, we see a supreme example of a community that has gone through a recovery process. There is a feeling of hope and inspiration that is due in large part to Dr. Trombetta’s vision and success.” – Jennifer M. Baker, president, Mental Health Association of Beaver County.
Beaver County Mental Health Association honors Trombetta at Autumn Gala
The Mental Health Association in Beaver County will honor Dr. Nick Trombetta, CEO and founder of the Midland-based Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, at its Autumn Gala Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011, at Seven Oaks Country Club.
Board President Jennifer M. Baker said the board of directors voted to honor Dr. Trombetta this year. “The significant and impressive work that Dr. Trombetta has done in Midland with the PA Cyber School and Lincoln Park is the kind of service that deserves such recognition,” said Baker.
The MHA’s biggest fundraising event of the year will feature dinner, dancing to a live band, bidding in a silent auction and recognition of an individual for service to the community. Tickets to the MHA’s Autumn Gala and Silent Auction are $65 each and may be purchased by contacting Jenny Gorrell between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at (724) 775-4165
The night begins with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails (cash bar) at 6 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., followed immediately by the recognition of our guest of honor. Casanova, a top-40 dance band, will be providing musical entertainment for dancing throughout the evening. View full release at http://www.pacyber.org/press.jsp