Northwestern Press

Thursday, February 27, 2020
PRESS PHOTOS BY JENNIFER BODISCHAshlee Seyler, a 2015 Parkland graduate and her grandmother Linda Weber, retired head cook at Schnecksville Elementary, show a few of the hearts they painted during “Hearts of Hope” Feb. 8 at Stephens Funeral Home, Upper Macungie. Guests at the public event painted hearts with inspiring messages to be distributed to kids at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. PRESS PHOTOS BY JENNIFER BODISCHAshlee Seyler, a 2015 Parkland graduate and her grandmother Linda Weber, retired head cook at Schnecksville Elementary, show a few of the hearts they painted during “Hearts of Hope” Feb. 8 at Stephens Funeral Home, Upper Macungie. Guests at the public event painted hearts with inspiring messages to be distributed to kids at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Livi Malischewski, 8, and Kamryn Vogel, 7, who attend East Penn School District, love to paint, especially to help brighten the day of other kids. Livi Malischewski, 8, and Kamryn Vogel, 7, who attend East Penn School District, love to paint, especially to help brighten the day of other kids.
The ladies of Stephens Funeral Home, Carol Stephens, Sandra Lois Brink and Lisa Stephens-Koch try their hand at painting some healing hearts. The ladies of Stephens Funeral Home, Carol Stephens, Sandra Lois Brink and Lisa Stephens-Koch try their hand at painting some healing hearts.

Healing Hearts of Hope

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 by The Press in Local News