The Andrew Mazza Foundation

Andrew Mazza Memorial Foundation Establishes Diesel Truck Technology Scholarship

 Johnson College is proud to announce the establishment of the Andrew Mazza Memorial Scholarship. Funded by the Andrew Mazza Memorial Foundation, the scholarship will provide $1,000 each to two Johnson College students in the 2017-2018 academic year. The scholarship supports first or second year students studying Diesel Truck Technology. 

Andrew Mazza Foundation Benefit

 On Saturday, October 21, the 2nd Annual Andrew Mazza Foundation Chicken BBQ Benefit will take place at Creek- side Grove on Rte. 374 in Lenoxville. The event will take place from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will feature live entertainment, a 50/50 raffle, basket and gift certificate raffles, vendors, commemorative merchandise, a gun raffle, horseshoes, light snacks offered throughout the event, and a beverage tent. 

Barbecue Chicken Dinner to Raise Money for Health Clinic


LENOX TOWNSHIP -- It was all about cooking up chicken for a cause in Susquehanna County.

For just $10, people could get a chicken dinner, take part in a gun raffle, or have a drink or two at Creekside Grove near Lenoxville.  It was all to raise money for the Andrew Mazza Foundation, which will plans to open a health care center in Greenville with NEPA Community Health Care.

Clinic in Susquehanna County to be Built in Memory of Crash Victim


LENOX TOWNSHIP -- A crash victim's memory was honored in Susquehanna County.  Friends and relatives of Andrew Mazza gathered at Creekside Grove in Lenoxville on Saturday to raise money for a community health clinic.  The NEPA Community Health Care facility will be built in Clifford.

Fund-raiser for Clifford Health Center Honors Andrew Mazza, Sept. 10

NEPA Community Health Care in conjunction with the Mazza family is excited to announce a 2016 fund-raiser. A benefit in honor of Andrew C. Mazza is scheduled for Saturday, September 10, 2016 at Creekside Grove on Rt. 374 in Lenoxville. 

Health Care Provider Aims To Open Clinic In Greenfield Twp.


GREENFIELD TWP. — NEPA Community Health Care is raising money to open a clinic for people who live in rural sections of northern Lackawanna and southern Susquehanna counties.The goal is to open a facility that offers primary care, behavioral, psychiatric and ancillary lab services such as X-rays and sonograms to underserved residents, Mary Wetherall, the nonprofit organization’s chief executive officer, said Tuesday.