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Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Pennsylvania TPA Secretary Lee Hertzog, Pa. TPA President Dee Keller, grant recipients Nick and Larissa Noto and their children Logan, Tyson and Gavin, Post L Secretary-Treasurer Pat Palencar of Bath, Post L President Dale Stephens of Salisbury Township, and TPA National Director Bill Kern attended Post L’s annual picnic.PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK Pennsylvania TPA Secretary Lee Hertzog, Pa. TPA President Dee Keller, grant recipients Nick and Larissa Noto and their children Logan, Tyson and Gavin, Post L Secretary-Treasurer Pat Palencar of Bath, Post L President Dale Stephens of Salisbury Township, and TPA National Director Bill Kern attended Post L’s annual picnic.PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK
Right: Fifty-year TPA members were recognized at the picnic. Honored for their long years of service were: Glen Hacker of Whitehall, Joseph Zeller of New Tripoli and Larry Kistler of Bethlehem.PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK Right: Fifty-year TPA members were recognized at the picnic. Honored for their long years of service were: Glen Hacker of Whitehall, Joseph Zeller of New Tripoli and Larry Kistler of Bethlehem.PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK

Breinigsville family awarded TPA grant for son

Thursday, September 21, 2017 by MARK RECCEK Special to The Press in Local News

Members of Lehigh Valley Post L of the Travelers Protective Association of America recently gathered for their annual picnic at William J. Albert Memorial Park, North Catasauqua.

The organization awarded a family from Breinigsville a grant from the post’s deaf and near deaf trust fund to assist one of their sons who is deaf.

Grant recipients were Nick and Larissa Noto and their children Logan, Tyson and Gavin, who has a hearing loss.