Let’s Play Books!, 244 Main St., Emmaus, held its fifth annual “Where’s Waldo” event recently with a gala Aug. 5.
Waldo hunters were encouraged to find clues to the elusive red-striped shirt character’s location at participating businesses in the borough prior to the event in order to garner bonus points through patronage.
Visitors to Emmaus High School March 17 were greeted by the aroma of soups, creating a smell similar to that of Sunday supper at grandma’s house.
The event was the eighth annual Mud Club Empty Bowls fundraiser, benefiting the food program for the Angel Network in the East Penn School District.
Attendees were invited to peruse dozens of glazed bowls created by the school’s Mud Club under the guidance of advisor Lisa Caruso.
The bowls were $20 each. In addition to the glazed bowls, this year the students crafted mugs which were $5.
A team of organizers, counselors, individuals in recovery and a candidate for senate shared their history, stories of success and sobering but hopeful statistics during the Allentown leg of “Breaking the Cycle: Communities Against Addiction” held Feb. 10 at First Presbyterian Church of Allentown, 3231 W. Tilghman St.
Elizabethtown Pennsylvania’s Blueprints for Addiction Recovery Incorporated launched a series of 15 town hall meetings inviting communities across the commonwealth to join the discussion about the opioid addiction epidemic.