The Summit Center has re-elected president, Anthony M. D’Auria; co-vice presidents, Lisa Burrows-MacLean, Daniel P. O’Neill and Sujata Yalamanchili; and secretary/treasurer, Kenneth Sniatecki to two-year terms. Summit provides educational, behavioral health, adult, and family support services to individuals with developmental, social and behavioral challenges. Directors Mark Brand, John Cinquino and Ezra Staley were re-elected to three-year terms.
Picone Construction hired Christine Slocum as executive assistant and receptionist. Slocum received an associate’s degree in Social Sciences from Erie Community College and has experience in the health insurance industry.
The Hamburg Natural History Society, which governs the Penn Dixie Paleontological & Outdoor Education Center in Hamburg, announced an international partnership with the newly formed Centre for Himalayan Geology in Kashmir. The Centre is in the process of creating an international scientific attraction near the town of Khonmoh in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Greenman-Pedersen Inc. announced its expanded engineering services for municipal and private clients through the recent acquisition of Hill Engineering, Inc.
Read to Succeed Buffalo will use a $40,000 grant from the Gallogly Family Foundation to support the expansion of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library into Buffalo’s 14207, 14213 and 14214 ZIP codes. Read To Succeed Buffalo has delivered more than 40,000 books to more than 2,200 children under the age of 5, in the 14215 neighborhood.