LCCC STUDENT CHAPTER OF NOW HOLDS WOMEN’S POETRY READING-The Luzerne County Community College student chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) recently held a poetry reading in observance of National Poetry Month at the College’s Educational Conference Center. Participants read a selection of poems written by women throughout history. Shown are, front from left: Tanya Witkowski, Edward Ackerman, associate professor, broadcast communications, LCCC; Nicole Maximowicz, Andrea Pabon, and Nancy Cook. Row two: Dr. Dana Charles Clark, provost and vice president, academic affairs, LCCC; Megan Egrie, Nescopek; Sandy Cumberland, information technology technician, LCCC; Shana Sobers, Rebecca Lattig, Jessica Fetterolf, and Henry Hunsinger, adjunct faculty, LCCC. Back: Sally Healey, advisor, NOW and adjunct faculty, LCCC; Susan Spry, vice president, workforce and community development, LCCC; Debbie Kraft, Joan Holmes, Mountain Top; Barbara Choma, Mountain Top, principal secretary, finance, LCCC; Ashley Colon, and Mary Sullivan, director, student life and athletics, LCCC.