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One S. Church Street, Suite 200, Hazleton, PA 18201
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News and information about CAN DO for the community, investors, volunteers and board members.

United States Cold Storage officially opens

United States Cold Storage (USCS), one of the nation’s premier public refrigerated warehouse companies, today officially celebrated the opening of its new facility in CAN DO’s Humboldt Industrial Park, Hazle Township.

“USCS is very pleased to be in Greater Hazleton. We believe that the location, the community’s support, and the available workforce is the perfect combination for long-term success and growth,” said Ryan Horvath, manager of the Humboldt facility.


Students collecting items for ‘Operation: CAN DO’ care packages for local troops

Local students serving on a CAN DO committee are again spearheading a collection of items for servicemen and women serving overseas who have ties to Greater Hazleton for the upcoming holiday season.


Wastewater treatment plant upgrades complete

CAN DO’s wastewater treatment plant in Humboldt Industrial Park is one of the first plants in the region to start using biological nutrient removal technology.


Employees mark notable anniversaries

Employees Dan Sweeney and Brian Demshock have marked their anniversaries with CAN DO.


NEPA Venture Partnership to hold events in November to boost regional entrepreneurship

CAN DO, Inc., and its economic development counterparts in Wilkes-Barre and Scranton are aggressively promoting entrepreneurship throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania through the formation of the NEPA Venture Partnership.


CAN DO to begin widening work on two Humboldt Industrial Park/Route 924 intersections

Continued expansion of Humboldt Industrial Park’s northern side has caused CAN DO to substantially improve two intersections along Route 924 in Hazle Township.


CDCF presents first Yenchko awards

thumb_cando-yenchko-0619The CAN DO Community Foundation presented the first Joseph Yenchko Awards – scholarships named for the first CAN DO employee – to three area students to attend Ferrwood Music Camp.


Foundation thanks Luzerne County Commissioners

CAN-DO-Luzerne-County2On May 18, Foundation President Gary F. Lamont and CAN DO President Kevin O’Donnell presented Luzerne County Commissioners Maryanne C. Petrilla, Gregory A. Skrepenak and Stephen A. Urban and Luzerne County Office of Community Development Executive Director Andrew D. Reilly with a resolution recognizing the county for its efforts in restoring the Ferrwood Music Camp.


Electricians donate their time, equipment to brighten Ferrwood Music Camp

The CAN DO Community Foundation presented electricians with a resolution recognizing their efforts in restoring the Ferrwood Music Camp. From left: CAN DO President Kevin O’Donnell; Robert Judd, president of Arc Electric Construction Co.; John T. Nadolny, training director for International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 163;  and CAN DO Community Foundation President Gary F. Lamont.Local electricians and electrical contractors recently donated time and equipment to upgrade the lighting and power distribution systems at Ferrwood Music Camp in Butler Township – just in time for the camp’s busy summer season.


CAN DO Community Foundation holds annual dinner meeting

The CAN DO Community Foundation held its annual meeting and observed a moment of silence in memory of attorney and Board Member Henry Giuliani, who had recently passed away.


Business Financing


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Cranberry Creek

Cranberry Creek

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CAN DO Foundation


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CAN BE, Inc.


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