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HORNET HAPPENINGS

Thursday, January 26, 2017 by SPECIAL TO THE PRESS in Columns

Emmaus High School Shave for the Brave participants needed

By NICHOLAS TOTO

The Emmaus High School orchestra held a coffee house Jan. 20.

Shave For The Brave will be held 5 p.m. March 24 at Emmaus High School. Anyone can donate. Sign up to be a shavee, volunteer or certified barber by visiting https://www.stbaldricks.org/events/emmaus5.

Shave For The Brave shirts will be sold at lunches and will be also used for the blackout game against Easton Jan. 27.

The junior prom committee will meet Jan. 30 after school in Room 569. If you would like to help plan the prom theme, decorations and songs, plan to attend.

LOWER MACUNGIE COLUMN

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 by MARY PATRICIA FLETCHER in Columns

Support the Emmaus High School orchestra Jan. 20

The Emmaus High School orchestra will host a coffeehouse 7 p.m. Jan. 20 in the cafeteria. A wide variety of musical entertainment will be provided by the students. Coffee, hot chocolate and desserts will be available for purchase. There is a cover charge. All proceeds benefit the orchestra department. The snow date is Feb. 3.

HORNET HAPPENINGS Emmaus High School to host eighth grade guidance night

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 by NICHOLAS TOTO in Columns

The eighth grade guidance information night for incoming ninth grade students to Emmaus High School will be held 6 p.m. Jan. 11. The event will take place in the auditorium and lobby.

The snow date is Jan. 18.

Tickets for the Snow Glow dance at EHS are on sale during lunch periods. The Snow Glow dance will be held 7 p.m. Jan. 14.

Dine to Donate for the Shave for the Brave will be held Jan. 16 at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Trexlertown. Mention the St. Baldrick’s Shave for the Brave and they will donate 20 percent to the Shave.

UPPER AND LOWER MILFORD COLUMN

Thursday, January 5, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Columns

Fire company receives new gear

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a delightful holiday season. Life and schedules will be returning to normal this week as kids go back to school and visiting family members leave to go back home.

Call it an early Christmas present. Or maybe an early birthday present. Either way, the 25 members of Station 19, Upper Milford’s Western District Fire Company, are starting off the new year in style – with new firefighting gear and nine new air packs, thanks to a $118,500 federal assistance to firefighters grant received late last year.

VIKING VOICES

Friday, December 30, 2016 by MARGARET FLECK in Columns

Central Catholic students give back to the community

Students at Allentown Central Catholic High School had a very busy month of December, from sporting events to Christmas concerts to service projects.

The Central City Project held its second annual “Snack and Shop’ Dec. 21.

The National Honor Society toy drive and Central City Project clothing drive supplied hundreds of items for the homeless and needy of center city Allentown. Baked goods and hot chocolate were also provided, helping to spread the Christmas spirit to all the people who benefited from the event.

HORNET HAPPENINGS

Friday, December 30, 2016 by NICHOLAS TOTO in Columns

Tickets on sale for ‘Mr. Emmaus’ and “Snow Glow” dance

Tickets for Mr. Emmaus and the Snow Glow dance will go on sale Jan. 4, 2017 during lunch periods. Tickets can be purchased separately or together for a discount. Mr. Emmaus will be held 7 p.m. Jan. 10, 2017. The Snow Glow dance will be held 7 p.m. Jan. 14, 2017.

Student Services Company will be at Emmaus High School Jan. 5, 2017 to make any needed adjustments on class rings.

On Jan. 11, 2017, the eighth and ninth grade guidance information night will take place 6 p.m. in the EHS auditorium and auditorium lobby.

EMMAUS COLUMN

Friday, December 30, 2016 by CORRINE DURDOCK in Columns

Happy New Year!

It’s hard to believe it is time to say farewell to 2016 and welcome 2017.

As I reflect personally on 2016, memorable for our family will be our granddaughter’s graduation from Hood College in Frederick, Md. and my milestone birthday celebrated at the Hotel Bethlehem. My nine-year-old grandson liked the Hotel Bethlehem so much he asked if we could always celebrate Grandma’s birthday there. Also memorable was my youngest daughter’s move from the Ridings in Macungie to a house in Lower Macungie Township.