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Alburtis celebrates Bob Mader Day

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 by The Press in Local News

PRESS PHOTO BY LORETTA FENSTERMACHER

Sitting on a high stool is Shirley Mader, surrounded by a few Alburtis volunteer firefighters, fire police, Borough Council persons, friends and family to celebrate the first annual Bob Mader Day at Alburtis Fire Company social quarters on South Main Street in Alburtis. "We didn't plan anything this year, but will next year," Councilperson Sherryann Oels said. "I made brownies because Bob liked his sweets," Oels said. Mader was the former mayor of Alburtis who died Oct. 22, 2012.

Wishing everyone a great summer

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 by The Press in School

PRESS PHOTO BY C. RICHARD CHARTRAND

Western Salisbury Elementary School holds a closing ceremony around the flag, held by teacher Kristy Wied, on the last day of school. Principal Grace Hartman recapped the accomplishments during the school year and wished everyone a great summer. Students also sang the "Leadership In Me" song in reference to the seven habits learned all year. The students also sang the newly written WSE school song written by the fifth grade gifted class assisted by Stan Griffis.

College Corner

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 by The Press in Local News

THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON

Students earn advanced degrees

The following students earned graduate degrees: Michael P. Bucha, of Emmaus. earned a Master of Business Administration degree with a major in finance and international business,

Jeffrey A. Sitko, of Emmaus, earned a Master in Health Administration degree with a major in health administration, Sara N. Barnoski, of Macungie, earned a Master of Science degree with a major in curriculum and instruction,

Raymond James Financial displays new sign

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 by The Press in Local News

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The Emmaus Main Street Partners hosts a ribbon-cutting celebration for the new sign at Raymond James Financial, 45 S. Fourth St. Jim Baker, owner, took a few moments to thank everyone involved in the design, development and installation of the new sign. He detailed the process used to create the shape, the types of materials used, and the positive impact he believes it will have in the community.