Lehigh Carbon Community College offers a six-credit, spring 2019 semester, cooperative course for enrolled LCCC students to live and work at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., or Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif.
Informational meetings are at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 6 and Sept. 18, Academic Resource Center, Room 111, main campus, Schnecksville, North Whitehall Township. Relatives and friends are welcome to attend the meetings.
Students may apply for the program at: disneycollegeprogram.com.
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St. Luke’s School of Nursing held its 150th commencement Aug. 9 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Allentown.
“The nursing program here at St. Luke’s is unique,” said Nursing School Director Sandra Mesics, RN. “Our curriculum is diverse and comprehensive, and our students benefit from the tremendous amount of resources we have throughout our Network. We also seek to employ many of the nurses we train, so it’s a win-win.”
New Tripoli Bank has announced that Sundra Bachman has been promoted to Vice President-Senior Branch Manager in charge of Branch Retail Staff.
Bachman has more than 20 years of banking experience and has been with New Tripoli Bank for 11 years.
She has served in various positions within the branch network, most recently as Manager of the Claussville Office.
Bachman is on the Board of Directors of the Emmaus Main Street Partners.
Moravian College has been named one of the Best 384 Colleges in the nation according to The Princeton Review in the newest edition of its college guide, “The Best 384 Colleges.”
Included was a 90 out of 99 “Quality of Life” rating for “Campus Life” and a 93 out of 99 “Fire Safety” rating.
The sellers’ market continued apace in the Lehigh Valley during the summer real estate season.
According to the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors (GLVR) June report, competition by buyers boosted quick sales above the asking price.
On average, a house is selling in little more than a month.
And, according to the GLVR, the June Median Sales Price is higher than that of when the housing bubble burst in 2007 at the start of the Great Recession.
With the fall course registration deadline right around the corner, Kutztown University is reminding the local community of the KU Advant*age program, which allows retired Pennsylvania residents 62 and older the ability to access free tuition at KU for college-level courses, while only being responsible for minimal fees.
Preparation, positioning and planning often determine success or failure.
It’s those characteristics Valor The Advisor Network hope to embody as the firm embarked on a new venture during a grand opening in Easton.
Under sun-kissed skies and a gentle breeze, the company held a ribbon-cutting June 7, featuring Easton Mayor Salvatore Panto and former NFL player Matt Millen, who played with four separate Super Bowl championship teams.
Valor Insurance President Matthew Potter is a Lehigh Valley native and Lafayette College graduate.
Embassy Bank has contributed $20,000 to Cetronia Ambulance Corps.
Embassy’s gift, made through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit program, will enable students in Lehigh County school districts to participate in Cetronia’s CPR and community health education programs.
St. Luke’s University Health Network held its 26th annual graduation ceremony June 15, Foy Hall, Moravian College, Bethlehem, for 2018 Intern, Resident and Fellow graduates, physicians and providers who have completed specialty training through residencies and fellowships at St. Luke’s.
The following providers will begin practice with St. Luke’s:
Elena S. Berg, DO, St. Luke’s Sacred Heart Campus, Emergency Medicine, Allentown
Erica Jeanette Escarcega, MD, St. Luke’s Quakertown Campus, Emergency Medicine, Quakertown
Sales of houses in the Lehigh Valley continued their percentage of decline into the second quarter of 2018 compared to the same time in 2017, just as the prime summer residential real estate sales season gets underway.
According to the May monthly report of the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors (GLVR), closed sales were down a bit less: 8.5 percent with 765 houses sold in May, compared to 836 houses sold in May 2017.