PRESS PHOTOS BY JAKE MELUSKEYAi Orthodontics recently welcomed visitors to its newly expanded offices in Emmaus with an open house featuring a food truck, face painting and giveaways. Students who earned scholarships given by the orthodontic practice also received their awards at the open house event. ABOVE: The Ai Orthodontics staff welcomes visitors to the open house.
Activities for children attending the open house include face painting and games.
A Take a Taco food truck is a popular spot with open house attendees.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF DYLANA RENEE PHOTOGRAPHYFriends and family gather for the open house event recently at Ai Orthodontics, 550 Harrison St., Emmaus.
Rick and Cindy Shoemaker present the Emily Shoemaker Memorial Scholarship to Lily Trexler, center, during the recent open house at Ai Orthodontics. Trexler, a graduate of Emmaus High School, now attends DeSales University. Ai Orthdontics staff member Katy Sweetman, joins Trexler and the Shoemakers for the photo.
Sydni Ernst, center, stands with Katy Sweetman, a member of the Ai Orthdontics staff, left, while accepting the Dr. William Baringer Memorial Scholarship presented by Barbara Baring and her daughter, Brenda Tomsheck, of Pittsburg, a graduate of Emmaus High School. Ernst, a graduate of Allentown Central Catholic High School, now attends Drexel University.
Abdul Issa, left and Dr. Aejaaz A. Issa and his children, Sajjad and Fatema join Willow Munson, center, as she receives the Medhi Jaffer Memorial Scholarship during the recent open house at Ai Orthodontics. Munson, a graduate of Emmaus High School, now attends Lehigh University.
Dr. Phillip Grubb and Sue Grubb present the Dr. Phillip Grubb Scholarship to Rayhan Rahman. Rayhan, a graduate of Parkland High School, now attends Schreyer Honors College at Penn State.