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Ebenezer UCC bazaar on Oct. 13

Thursday, October 11, 2012 by BERNADETTE SUKLEY Special to The Press in Local News

Ebenezer UCC, New Tripoli, hosts its annual bazaar Oct. 13.

There will be a huge flea market, homemade baked goods, soups, chow-chow, jams and more. Crafts created by Ebenezer's Handiworkers and quilted items made by the Ebenezer Quilters will be highlighted.

The Book Nook will feature hundreds of used books by today's favorite authors and kids' books, too.

The silent auction will run 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and have at least 75 items including 30 gift certificates from area restaurants and businesses.

Rap of the Gavel

Thursday, October 11, 2012 by The Press in Local News

Meetings held in the municipal building.



Lynn Twp. Supervisors, 6:30 p.m.

Heidelberg Township Supervisors, 7:30 p.m.


Lynn Township Environmental Advisory Committee, 6 p.m.


Lynn Township Planners, 7 p.m. to review: 1) Walters Roberts Jr. special exception request for 6922 Donats Peak Road. 2) N.E.S. Family Trust (Nancy Smith) feasibility study for 15.34 acres at 8656 Allemaengel Road, Kempton. 3) Stanley Kelson feasibility study for four lots on 67.5207 acres at 7118 Springhouse Road, New Tripoli.

Center offering housing to low-income veterans

Thursday, October 4, 2012 by SUSAN BRYANT in Local News

The Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living recently was awarded $152,000 from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for Supportive Services for the Veterans Families Grant Program.

This non-profit organization, established in 1990 in Allentown, serves persons with disabilities.

The center plans to help 50 families with this new program.

Red Cross honored for service to county

Thursday, October 4, 2012 by DANIEL MINGUEZ Special to The Press in Local News

September was National Preparedness Month and Lehigh County commissioners passed a resolution at their Sept. 26 meeting to honor the American Red Cross for its service to Lehigh County.

"Part of the Red Cross's mission is to help people prepare for emergencies," Osborne said. "On average, the American Red Cross of Greater Lehigh Valley responds to an emergency every three days, the majority of which are residential fires."

Chief Administrative Officer of the American Red Cross Northeast Pennsylvania Region Robert Duld received a certificate of appreciation from the board.

Fishing coming to Leaser Lake

Thursday, October 4, 2012 by KENNETH BLEILER Special to The Press in Local News

Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation Vice Chairman Carl Zvanut led the September meeting in the absence of Chairman George White.

After opening formalities, Lehigh County Conservation Officer Lee Creyer provided an update on the progress of Leaser Lake.

He said surveyors have completed an "as-built" survey and the Department of Environmental Protection will sign off on the project to repair the leaking dam shortly.

In about five to six weeks, a gradual fill of the lake will commence.

Lowhill Township

Thursday, October 4, 2012 by LINDA DEIBERT Special to The Press in Local News

Morgenland holding fundraisers

Christ's Church at Lowhill, 4965 Lowhill Church Road, New Tripoli, is having its first penny party of the year Oct. 19. Doors open 6 p.m. Trays will be at 7 p.m. Bring your pennies, family and your appetite.


Morgenland Church is having a fundraiser known as Cash for Causes.

The church, which sells gift cards for Giant, Redner's and Weis markets, receives 5 percent of every sale when the cards are used.

Call the church at 610-395-0067 to learn more or to purchase cards.

Beekeepers honor Lehigh County, Penn State Cooperative Extension

Thursday, October 4, 2012 by The Press in Local News

During a recent meeting, Lehigh Valley Beekeepers displayed their appreciation to Penn State Cooperative Extension and Lehigh County for their continued support of apiculture and local beekeepers.

District 18 Director of Penn State Cooperative Extension Richard S. Kauffman, who oversees extension offices in four area counties, participated in the meeting and met with more than 50 beekeepers from the Lehigh Valley and beyond

He accepted an en-graved wooden plaque of appreciation from the association on behalf of the extension service and Lehigh County.