That's the spirit! Heidelberg Lutheran Church will have a food stand next to the UCC stand at "Night in the Country" celebration 4-10 p.m. Aug. 18 at the Northwestern Recreation Commission Community Park, Route 309 and Northwest Road.
Lutheran members will be selling sweet Italian sausage sandwiches, beef barbecue, hot dogs, Snapple iced teas, bottled water, Coke and Diet Coke.
Anyone needing more information or in volunteering, may call Betty at 610-767-6949.
The Circle of Seasons Charter School application was expected to be on the Northwestern Lehigh School agenda for Aug. 15.
School directors were invited to give their opinions on the proposed charter school at the board's Aug. 8 meeting.
Director Todd Hernandez said he did not see support in the community for the school and the curriculum does not meet Northwestern standards.
Board member Greg Sanders said the timeline the charter school is proposing is a problem because transportation would have to be provided beyond the NWL school year.
The Northwestern Lehigh School Board recently held a public hearing to hear a proposal for a new charter school.
Circle of Seasons was originally proposed for a site on Cedar Crest Boulevard in the Parkland School District.
The proposal was denied by that board. Since that time, another tentative site was put forward, possibly the old Penn State complex in Fogelsville.
Solicitor Kristine Roddick, outlined the hearing format for all those present.
The Minsi Trails Boy Scout Council recently had its awards dinner at the Holiday Inn, Fogelsville.
Forgotten Felines and Fidos animal shelter, Germansville, has the following cats available for adoption.
For more information, call Wanda at 610-841-1736 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lehigh Carbon Community College reopened its Schnecksville campus at its regular scheduled time Wednesday morning after a bomb threat forced the school's evacuation.
State police, volunteer firefighters and a K-9 unit from Palmer Township were dispatched mid-morning Aug. 14 to conduct a bomb sweep of the campus.
Ontelaunee Park in Lynn Township was established in 1929 by Homer Nathan Snyder.
Many of its early attractions made the park a popular place for people to visit.
Coal car Engine No. 99 pulled passengers through a tunnel and around the swimming pool.
At one time, Ontelaunee Park had its own baseball team that played teams from the surrounding area.
The park, a fun, family friendly place for all ages to enjoy became such a popular destination the Reading Railroad created a stop there.
Congregation Keneseth Israel, Allentown, recently had its annual flea market.
Kutztown holds Muscle on Main car cruise.
Meetings held in the municipal building.
Lynn Township Environmental Advisory Committee, 6 p.m.
Weisenberg Township Supervisors, 7 p.m.
Lynn Township Planners, 7 p.m. to review Greg Snyder's final land development plan for Allemaengel Road, New Tripoli.
Lehigh County Commissioners, 7:30 p.m. in the public hearing room of the Government Center, 17 S. 7th St., Allentown.