Caron Treatment Center renames educational award to honor Sr. Pacelli



The Caron Treatment Center will hold its annual community service awards breakfast—honoring individuals from the local community—on Wednesday, May 12. The ceremony pays tribute to people who work in human services fields, such as addictions or community leadership.

In memory of Sister M. Pacelli, who died this past February, the Caron Treatment Center will be renaming their Educational Excellence Award to the Sister M. Pacelli Staskiel Educational Excellence Award. The award may be presented to an individual or organization. 

Alvernia’s president, Dr. Thomas F. Flynn, will present this year’s inaugural award to Matthew Horst, Student Assistance Program (SAP) coordinator at Muhlenberg High School, and the SAP team at Brandywine Heights Area School District.

The event will be held in the Abraham Lincoln Wyndham Historic Hotel, Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 7:30 a.m.


Visit the Alvernia news archives to read more about Sister Pacelli’s 60-year legacy at Alvernia University.

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