Barb Hodick, manager of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors Macungie Office, welcomes Alyssa Graves as a Sales Associate.
Graves is a member of the Greater Lehigh Valley Association of Realtors.
She resides in Emmaus with her husband, Larry.
Lehigh Carbon Community College’s (LCCC) School of Healthcare Science is accepting applications from new or enrolled students for admission for the spring or fall 2017 semester in the Medical Assistant program.
Students will no longer need to wait for admission into the program for the fall semester. Applications will be accepted for consideration of admission throughout the year, until the spring and fall cohorts are filled. Those who successfully pass the CMA exam become certified medical assistants.
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) will offer emergency responder training through the Pennsylvania Department of Health in a 48-80 hour course for First Responders, those who are first on the scene of an accident or medical emergency, for emergency patient care and handling to assist ambulance and rescue personnel on scene, and to learn the basics of emergency care and patient handling.
Class are Jan. 17 - May 4, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m Tuesdays and Thursdays, LCCC Tamaqua campus, 234 High St., Tamaqua.
Lehigh Carbon Community College noncredit cooking classes conclude for 2016 with “Nut Roll,” 7 - 8:30 p.m. Dec. 20.
Locations vary. Additional materials fees may apply and are payable to the instructor.
For more information regarding noncredit courses and registration: email@example.com; 610-799-1197
Officials of the City of Easton and the Da Vinci Science Center have announced that they have signed a one-year Memorandum of Understanding to explore the feasibility of building a science center and aquarium complex in the city’s waterfront area.
Easton officials also announced an agreement to purchase the Days Inn Hotel and property at South Third Street and Larry Holmes Drive as a site for the proposed complex. The Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement of Sale were approved at a special meeting of the Easton City Council Nov. 28.
Sacred Heart Hospital has received a $75,000 “World of Difference” grant from The Cigna Foundation for a “Wellness Navigator” who will support patients and families of the Allentown Family Practice in Sacred Heart’s Sigal Center for Family Medicine.
The Wellness Navigator is a bilingual professional who acts as a single point of contact for patients, helping them with follow-up appointments and testing and serving as a source of information on community services such as housing, public assistance and child care.
The Lehigh Valley Trust Building was a magnificent setting for the launch of a magnificent new project for Civic Theatre of Allentown: “The Next Act: Setting the Stage for the Future,” a $5.5-million Capital Campaign to return “the historic 19th Street Theatre to its original splendor as a landmark arts facility and focal point of Art Deco architecture.”
The capital campaign is said to be the most ambitious project in the history of the 88-year-old theater.
Dr. Alaa-Eldin Mira, Chief of Geriatric Medicine at St. Luke’s University Health Network, has been appointed Medical Director at Holy Family Manor, a nursing and rehabilitation center in Bethlehem.
Dr. Mira is part of St. Luke’s Senior Care Associates, which has offices in Bethlehem and Warren, N.J. He also practices at St. Luke’s Center for Positive Aging, St. Luke’s North, 153 Brodhead Road, Bethlehem.
Closed sales of houses in the Lehigh Valley increased ever so slightly in October, continuing a rebound that began in September after two straight months of declining closed sales, according to figures released Nov. 14 by the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors (GLVR).
Closed sales were up 0.7 percent in October to 687, compared to 682 in October 2015.
For the year-to-date, closed sales have increased 7.3 percent to 6,650 from 6,200 in 2015.
Applicants for the spring 2017 semester at Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) may attend Express Registration Day, 2 - 7 p.m. Nov. 29, LCCC Donley Center, 718 W. Hamilton St, Allentown, and Dec. 1, LCCC main campus, Schnecksville, North Whitehall Township.
Attendees may complete placement testing, meet with an academic advisor, register for classes and complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
The last start time for placement testing is 4:30 p.m.
Pre-registration is preferred for this event. However, walk-ins are welcome