Thursday, Oct. 18 Elem., M.S., H.S.: Chicken parmesan or meatballs, rotini pasta and sauce, tossed salad cup, steamed peas, apple wedges, milk.
Friday, Oct. 19: Elem., M.S.: Steak sandwich or chicken patty sandwich, baked potato, fresh broccoli florets with dip, mixed fruit, milk. H.S.: Steak sandwich or chicken patty sandwich, baked potato, carrot sticks with dip, mixed fruit, milk.
Monday, Oct. 22: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Chicken tenders or grilled cheese sandwich, cucumber slices with dip, carrot sticks with dip, Sidekicks frozen fruit cup, milk.
Paul K. Lauchnor, 97, formerly of Neffs, died Oct. 9, 2012, in Fellowship Manor, Whitehall, where he resided.
He was the husband of the late Martha S. (Hensinger) Lauchnor.
Born May 3, 1915, in Washington Township, he was the son of the late Edwin A. and Cora (Kern) Lauchnor.
He was a self-employed farmer in Washington Township for 55 years before retiring.
A road supervisor for Washington Township, he was active in the life of his church and community.
Northwestern Lehigh School District will be participating in the 16th annual Operation Safe Stop, Oct. 24, as part of National School Bus Safety Week, Oct. 22-26.
Operation Safe Stop is a public awareness and proactive enforcement effort to educate the motoring public that passing a stopped school bus, when children are loading or unloading, is both dangerous and illegal.
Faye A. George of Breinigs-ville, died Oct. 6, 2012.
She was the wife of the late Robert W. George.
Born Jan. 25, 1935, in New Tripoli, she was the daughter of Helen (Sittler) Follweiler and the late Elwood W. Follweiler.
A 1953 graduate of Slatington High School, she worked for Oram Studio and Hess Brothers as a photo coloration artist, in her early years.
She was a homemaker the majority of her married life.
Samuel Glenn Ellenberger, 93, former Le-high County Senior Extension Agent and community leader, died Oct. 8, 2012, in Luther Crest Senior Living Community, South Whitehall.
He had a joyful and fulfilling life.
He began his Pennsylvania State Cooperative Extension Service career in Somerset County in 1946.
Five years later, he moved to Allentown where he finished his 34-year extension career in Lehigh County.
He was an innovator and expert in using mass media to bring together rural and urban communities.
3900 Hamilton site of Bridal Boutique.
Association for Animal Protection will be having Chinese and silent auctions noon-3 p.m. Oct. 27 at Cetronia Fire Company, 18 S. Scenic St., Allentown. The drawing is at 3:30 p.m. There will be items for adults, children, pets and pet lovers. A donation of cages, crates, blankets, towels and pet food would be appreciated. For information, call 610-770-0452.
PRESS PHOTO BY DEB BOYLAN
The Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission honored four organizations and individuals during its annual "Tribute to the Arts," Oct. 4, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem. Above, from left: Dave, Fry, musician-Godfrey Daniel co-founder; Dawn Ketterman-Benner, founder-professor-faculty advisor, Moravian College Dance Company; Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan; Marylou Cummings, plein-air artist-Mayor's Award recipient; and Silagh White, Director of Arts Engagement and Community Cultural Affairs, Lehigh University.
According to research released by the Lehigh Valley Association of Realtors (LVAR), year-to-date sales are recorded at 4,329, up 17.3 percent over 2011 year-to-date sales of 3,690.
Year-to-date pending sales, which indicate transactions in process that have not yet closed, reached 5,152, up 40.4 percent from last year at the same time when pending sales were 3,670.
"Our data over the last 15 months shows that home sales and pending home sales have consistently increased over the same time the previous year," says Ryan Conrad, CEO of LVAR.
A "Festival of Hymns and Psalms" will be presented, 4 p.m. Oct. 21, Central Moravian Church, Church and Main Streets, Bethlehem.
Donald Spieth conducts. Central Director of Music Rebecca Owens is organist. Central Choir is accompanied by Main Street Brass.
Debuted will be "O Be Joyful," by Howard Helvey, commissioned to for Owens' 10th anniversary at Central.