Emmaus grad to wed in 2016
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Gaugler Sr. of Lower Macungie Township announce the engagement of their daughter, Danielle C. Gaugler, to Philip T. Papa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Papa of East Stroudsburg.
The bride-elect is a 2004 graduate of Emmaus High School.
She received a bachelor of science degree in marine biology from University of New Haven, West Haven, Conn., in 2008.
She is employed in Reading.
Her fiancé is a 2003 graduate of Liberty High School.
He is employed in Fogelsville.
A wedding is planned for fall 2016.
Wednesday, July 1: Vegetable juice, beer-battered cod with tartar sauce, O'Brien potatoes, succotash, wheat bread with margarine, peanut butter cookie.
Thursday, July 2: July 4th meal: Apricot nectar, Calif. cheeseburger with lettuce-tomato-mayo, macaroni salad, cheesecake with fresh berry topping.
Friday, July 3: Closed for July 4th holiday.
Monday, July 6:Beef stroganoff, extra wide noodles, Brussels sprouts, wheat bread with margarine, fresh watermelon.
Q. My wife has complained of being short of breath while shopping in the mall. She says it's just a sign of age, but I'm concerned about her.
The likelihood of suffering shortness of breath or "dyspnea" (disp-nee-ah) becomes greater the older we get. As we age, our air passages get smaller, chest muscles weaken, and our lungs become less flexible. These changes reduce our air flow.
Wednesday, July 1: Garlic honey barbecue chicken, barley rice, peas, donut hole, fresh fruit, roll.
Thursday, July 2: Pot roast, roasted potatoes, cauliflower, pound cake, roll.
Friday, July 3: Independence Day - centers closed.
Monday, July 6: Honey mustard chicken, roasted redskin wedges, broccoli, mini muffin, roll.
Tuesday, July 7: Beef stroganoff, buttered noodles, vegetable medley, warm apple wedges, roll.
Wednesday, July 8: Pork barbecue, warm peach crisp, creamy spinach, roll.
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) is offering an accelerated Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program for students to obtain their Department of Health certification.
Class will be held Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. July 1 - 31 in the George E. Moerkirk Emergency Medicine Institute (EMI) of Lehigh Valley Health Network, 2166 S. 12th St., Allentown.
Wednesday, June 24: Country fried steak with country mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes, Calif. vegetable blend, wheat bread with margarine, fruit cocktail.
Thursday, June 25: Orange juice, beef barbeque on a bun, pasta salad, fresh Galia melon, Rice Krispies treat.
Friday, June 26: Cranberry juice, chicken pot pie, peas and carrots, tossed salad with French dressing, wheat bread with margarine, blushed pears.
Monday, June 29: Salisbury steak with gravy, loaded mashed potatoes, creamed corn, wheat bread with margarine, dark sweet red cherries.
Wednesday, June 24: Chicken Florentine, wild rice, green beans, mini blueberry muffin, pineapple chunks.
Thursday, June 25: Baby back beef ribs, whipped yams, roasted cauliflower, plums.
Friday, June 26: Fish Creole, au gratin potatoes, vegetable medley, fruit cocktail.
Monday, June 29: Grilled hamburger, American blend vegetables, jello, warm pear cobbler, roll.
Tuesday, June 30: Pineapple glazed ham, mashed yams, French green beans, seasonal fresh fruit whipped cream and Graham crackers, mini muffin, roll.
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network has engaged the Lehigh Valley Research Consortium to conduct a new online survey to identify the unmet needs of persons with disabilities in the Lehigh Valley.
The 2015 Disability Community Needs Assessment will gather input from adults with disabilities or caregivers of children and people incapable of responding for themselves.
Q. I'm a geezer and I believe in herbal products because they're natural and I think you should tell your readers how wonderful they are.
I get a kick out of people who are big on "natural" and "organic." Poison ivy is natural and organic. So is cobra venom.
You have to be very careful when you use herbal health products and dietary supplements, especially if you are a senior. Always consult a doctor before taking any of these products, which I like to label "alternatives."
Q. A friend who uses a lot of psychobabble described a new woman in our retirement community as having a "personality disorder." I would call this woman a "pain the neck". What's the difference between a personality disorder and just a lousy personality?
People with a personality disorder are more than just pains in the neck. They have serious trouble getting along with others. They are usually rigid and unable to adapt to the changes life presents to all of us. They simply don't function well in society.