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Slusser Law Firm attends Funfest

Slusser Funfest 1The Slusser Law Firm staff set up a booth during Funfest Weekend on Sept. 9 and 10 in downtown Hazleton. Staff members were on hand to greet the public, hand out prizes to winners of the free Slusser Law Firm Spin to Win prize wheel game, and distribute free Slusser Law Firm balloons to all children.

Picture are, from left: Attorney Christopher Slusser, Cara Slusser, Joyce Sacco, Mary Davis, Jennifer Melendez and Attorney John Solt. 

 

Slusser Law Firm to sponsor Bell' Italia Festival Italian Fingers tournament

Screen Shot 2017 09 08 at 9.27.37 AMThe Slusser Law Firm is once again sponsoring Hazleton UNICO's annual Italian Fingers or "Morra" tournament on Sept. 17 at this year's 10th annual Bell' Italia Festival, which will be held Sept. 16-17 at Hazle Township Community Park.

Morra is a hand game that dates back thousands of years to ancient Roman and Greek times.

Each player simultaneously reveals their hand, extending any number of fingers, and calls out a number. Any player who successfully guesses the total number of fingers revealed by all players combined scores a point.

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Slusser Law Firm sponsors benefit motorcycle run

The Slusser Law Firm sponsored food that was served before a benefit motorcycle run that delivered hundreds of toys to Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center’s South Wilkes-Barre campus.

More than 60 motorcyclists from the N.E. Federation of Clubs ate a hearty meal before hitting the road for a 55-mile ride from the Poconos to Wilkes-Barre. Local children will receive the gifts from the fourth annual toy run during a Morning with Santa community event sponsored by the Geisinger Wyoming Valley Auxiliary on December 3.

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Slusser Law Firm sponsors Prom Promise for third consecutive year

PromPromiseThe Slusser Law Firm sponsored the Hazleton Area School District's Prom Promise program for the third consecutive year. Attorney Christopher Slusser helped members of the Class of 2017 pledge to stay safe during prom season with an assembly at the school.

Seniors from Hazleton Area High School and Hazleton Area Academy of Sciences attended the assembly and signed pledge cards promising not to drink and drive or drive distracted on prom night.

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Slusser Law Firm sponsors Hazleton UNICO tournament

The Slusser Law Firm is sponsoring this year's Hazleton UNICO Italian fingers, also known as "Morra," tournament at the ninth annual Bell' Italia Festival on September 18 at Hazle Township Community Park.

The UNICO Hazleton Chapter founded in 1950, was the first chapter in Pennsylvania, and has over 40 active members. Its goal is to provide assistance to area charities with fund raisers and donations.  

UNICO was founded on October 10, 1922 in Waterbury, Connecticut. A group of 15 men, led by Dr. Anthony P. Vastola, came together to create what has become a very special and very proud organization. It was Dr. Vastola's dream to create an Italian American service organization to engage in charitable works, support higher education, and perform patriotic deeds.

The name UNICO was selected as best representing the nature and the character of this fledgling organization. The name is the Italian word for unique, one of a kind. The founders believed that UNICO would be the only one of its kind because it placed service to the community before and above fraternity. At the same time they hoped that the rest of society would come to know and understand the real contributions of Italian Americans to our way of life. Its sole purpose was to unite all Italian Americans and motivate them to become more civic minded. In order to accomplish this, members would have to understand that they would have to make sacrifices, not for personal gain, but for service to others. In the ensuing years UNICO became an acronym that stood for Unity, Neighborliness, Integrity, Charity, and Opportunity.

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Slusser Law Firm is sponsoring the annual Italian fingers tournament at the ninth annual Bell' Italia Festival on Sept. 18 at Hazle Township Community Park. Pictured are, from left: Bill Schneider, committee chairman; Mike DeCosmo, UNICO president; and attorney Chris Slusser of the Slusser Law Firm.

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