The Knauss Homestead is asking the community for support both financially and with membership.
The cost of maintaining this historic house requires at least 200 annual paying members to sustain the costs associated with heat, security, electricity and telephone.
The security system which provides basic protection from break in or fire alert requires a land line phone which is a monthly expense, as well as the monthly service charge paid to the security company.
State Police Troop M Bethlehem will be conducting its 29th Camp Cadet June 16-21 at Camp Fowler, Orefield.
This year 90 cadets will be selected to experience what it takes to become a law enforcement officer.
To be eligible for Camp Cadet, a boy or girl must be at least 12 years old but not older than 14 by May 1; be a resident of either Lehigh or Northampton counties; and must be in good physical condition.
To the Editor:
At Emmaus High School, we hear these words on a daily basis.
Everybody in the community wishes to put the notorious bomb threats behind them, but the students at EHS are reminded everyday of these threats.
Since the last bomb threat, EHS has instituted a strict bathroom policy. These bathroom restrictions are interfering with students' education.
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, BURLINGTON
Local students graduate with honors May 19
Nathan J. Clark, of Emmaus, received his Bachelor of Science degree in environmental studies. Clark graduated magna cum laude.
Nicholas M. Wiener, of Macungie, received his Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience. Wiener graduated cum laude.
PRESS PHOTO BY JIM MARSH
Emmaus High School students Logan Beck and Allie Fonseca attend the Freddy Awards at State Theatre, Easton, May 23.
To the Editor:
As you may have heard, we prevailed in our re-election effort in the Lower Macungie Township Commissioner race.
I am thrilled and humbled to have earned the continued trust and support of our residents. I worked extremely hard throughout the campaign having spent countless hours speaking with thousands of residents at their homes. But I could not have earned the victory without the strong support of friends and family, many of whom went above and beyond on my behalf.
The Emmaus Farmers Market opened recently with a ribbon cutting ceremony at National Penn Bank, 235 Main St. The market is held in the bank parking lot May through Thanksgiving.
Leadership Lehigh Valley, which identifies and trains emerging leaders from the region, is now accepting applications for the September 2014 program.
The group leaders will explore community issues and broaden their knowledge of the greater Lehigh Valley during the monthly one-day sessions.
LLV graduates find placement on a broad spectrum of the region's nonprofit boards, providing strategic direction, financial oversight and philanthropic support in health care, education, social services, environmental and arts organizations.
Wilson College, Chambersburg, Franklin County
Students named to Dean's list
The following local students have been named to the Wilson College Dean's list for the fall semester: Colleen Flynn, of Macungie and Kathryn Murphy, of Schnecksville.
The National Main Street Program, part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation based in Washington, D.C., recently accredited the Emmaus Main Street Partners as a 2013 National Main Street Program. The accreditation acknowledges the work of EMSP in 2012.
Gene Clock, president of the Emmaus Main Street Partners, commented on the importance of the accreditation in a press release.