Northwestern Press

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY ELSA KERSCHNERSpartan Laura George, class of 1984, and Justine Bachman, a priestess from the class of 1985, wait for the bingo games to begin. PRESS PHOTOS BY ELSA KERSCHNERSpartan Laura George, class of 1984, and Justine Bachman, a priestess from the class of 1985, wait for the bingo games to begin.
Maisi Kellum is the scarecrow at the chinese auction. Maisi Kellum is the scarecrow at the chinese auction.
Lynn and Emily Pleban, along with Cyndi Gillette, received tickets for a drawing as a thank-you for the food donations at the NWL Alumni Association bingo and Chinese auction. Lynn and Emily Pleban, along with Cyndi Gillette, received tickets for a drawing as a thank-you for the food donations at the NWL Alumni Association bingo and Chinese auction.
Cindy Fink was a bumblebee, though she said her costume was really supposed to be pajamas. Cindy Fink was a bumblebee, though she said her costume was really supposed to be pajamas.
Laura George, a 1984 Spartan, and Emily Doyle, class of 2009, is a Harry Potter character. They are two generations of alumni. Laura George, a 1984 Spartan, and Emily Doyle, class of 2009, is a Harry Potter character. They are two generations of alumni.

B-I-N-G-O fundraiser benefits Northwestern ed foundation

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 by Elsa Kerschner ekerschner@tnonline.com in Local News

The Northwestern Lehigh Alumni Association held its sixth bingo and Chinese auction at the Lynnport Fire Station.

Some of the funds raised go toward the Educational Foundation’s mini grants.

Attendees were invited to come in costume and to bring food for the Christ’s Church at Lowhill Food Pantry and socks for the Socks for Sylvia project at the pantry in memory of Sylvia Koenig.

She was secretary at the pantry and administrative secretary at the Northwestern Lehigh School District.

Alumni Association President and costume judge Charlene Silva said she welcomes ideas that will benefit the school and the alumni association should be notified.

“We all bleed black and gold,” said Gloria Zimmerman, as she presided over the food boxes

Stadium cushions, available to purchase at football games, were on display at the event.