Last Small Town will be performing bluegrass music at the Kempton Rod and Gun Club, 192 Pine Creek Road, Kempton, 3 p.m. Feb. 23.
Weisenberg-Lowhill Historical Society will meet 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 in the Weisenberg Township Building.
The society is looking for Northwestern Lehigh yearbooks for 1961, 1966, 1971, 1972 and 1973 to complete its collection.
Call the historical society's librarian at 610-285-6682 to donate a yearbook.
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State Police Troop M Fogelsville say Joshua Raf Lopez-Tejada, 20 of Reading, reported the rear passenger side door of his vehicle was damaged between 6-11:20 a.m. on Feb. 8 while parked at Advanced Auto Parts, 9755 Commerce Circle, Weisenberg Township.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact state police at 610-395-1438.
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Dancers perform at Salisbury High School.
Parents, tots visit new preschool.
Meetings held in municipal building.
Lynn Twp. Supervisors, 6:30 p.m. public hearing to add land to Ag Security Area; regular meeting.
Heidelberg Township Supervisors, 7:30 p.m.
Lynn Township Environmental Advisory Committee, 6 p.m.
Lynn Township Planners, 7 p.m. to review: !) N.E.S. Family Trust for one lot along Donats Peak Road, New Tripoli. 2) Labold, Henninger two lot conveyance of acreage to make 10 acres at 7011 Lentz Road, New Tripoli.
Emi Gutgold, a senior at Northwestern Lehigh High School, has been selected to cheer and perform June 15 in the Big 33 Football Classic in Hershey.
The Big 33 Football Classic is an all-star game between the top high school players of Pennsylvania and Maryland.
To make the cheerleading team, Gutgold tried out against 90 other aspiring high school seniors in Hershey last month.
The Big 33 brings the best high school athletes together to compete.
No Super Bowl has been played without a Big 33 alumni.
Students perform at Salisbury.
Lehigh Temple, 2120 Route 100, between Macungie and Trexlertown, is having a breakfast 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 17.
Donations will be accepted.
There will also be Easter candy and baked goods for sale.
For information, call 610-398-9845.
Young Pennsylvanians interested in pursuing environmental careers are invited to apply by April 15 for the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' summer residential camp.
The Exploring Careers Outdoors Camp, or ECO Camp, will introduce 20-25 students in grades 10-12 to conservation and environmental careers.
This year's camp will begin July 7, at Kirby Episcopal House and Chapel, Mountain Top, Luzerne County.
The camp is near Nescopeck State Park and about 10 miles south of Wilkes-Barre.