2015 Toyota of Scranton Challange
Coaches vs Cancer
Posted April 20, 2014

Toyota of Scranton proudly hosted the 3rd Annual Toyota of Scranton Challenge Pep Rally Event, where the 33 student contest entrants gathered to reveal the 3 finalists for a 2015 Toyota Corolla LE at opening night for the Railriders. The finalists were:

Kyle Copeland, Dunmore High School
Emily Forba, Elk Lake High School
Natalie DiGregorio, Valley View High School

We also hosted a family night for our entire time at the game in the Kost Pavillion. Although the weather did not cooperate, it was a nice opportunity to get together.

Toyota of Scranton is doing it again! Last year's introduction of the Toyota of Scranton Challenge was such a monumental success that they've teamed up with the Coaches vs. Cancer team for the thirs year in a row to bring you the 2015 Toyota of Scranton Challenge! One lucky high school senior will be awarded a grand prize for their academic achievements, coupled with their support and efforts for the Coaches vs. Cancer program for the 2014-2015 school year! Stay tuned for more information, details to follow in the coming weeks!
Jamie Kotula Kick Off Classic
The Kick Off Classic was held on Saturday August 31st and Sunday, September 1st at Marywood University. Each year, local boys' and girls' soccer teams come together to play in a competitive tournament to raise money for a scholarship fund in honor of Jamie Kotula, who lost his life in an untimely car accident in 2011. Toyota of Scranton is proud to be a sponsor of such a worthy and notable charity.
Endure Run and Ride
Toyota of Scranton attended and participated in the 2013 Endure Run and Ride 2 day event on Saturday August 10th and Sunday August 11th at Wilkes University. As the participating sponsor, we helped raise over $44,000 with the help of 245 participants and 10 teams.

Wayne County Fair
Toyota of Scranton had a booth set up at the Wayne County Fair from August 2nd through the 9th. All funds raised benefited the United Way in Wayne and Lackawanna Counties.

Congratulations to Serra Degnan of Wyoming Area. Serra was blindly selected by the attendants of the BasketBall as this year's winner of the Toyota of Scranton Challenge. Serra was selected based on her accomplishments in academia, athletics, and community outreach.

Thank you to all of the schools that participated in the Challenge. A special thank you to all of the candidates. It is because of your dedication to the Coaches vs. Cancer program and your communities that we will be able to "Create More Birthdays"! Good luck to each of you as you begin your college careers.

Forgione Foundation Golf
The 11th Annual Brian Forgione Foundation Golf event was held at Sand Springs Country Club on Saturday, July 27th. The Forgione Foundation was founded after Brian Forgione, a local talented and ambitious young man lost his battle with cancer in the spring of 2001. Toyota of Scranton and its employees were proud to be a part of the fundraising efforts for the Foundation.

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