Bowling Pin Drag Race at Unami Fish and Game Club. All proceeds support the Keystone Wounded Warrior Project. For additional information, call 610-965-5053.
Emmaus Special Entertainment Commission Memorial Day Dash & Splash 5K and Emmaus Gets Fit Health Fair. Events begin 9 a.m. with free Zumba at the Emmaus Arts Pavilion. Race Day registration opens 9 a.m. with the race scheduled for 11 a.m. The Emmaus Community Pool opens 11:30 a.m. and "School's Out Band" performs at noon. The health fair concludes 3 p.m.
The Central Catholic High School Class of 2013 will be holding their Baccalaureate Mass 7 p.m. June 6 at St. Joseph the Worker Church. Graduation will commence on the following day, 7 p.m. June 7, in Rockne Hall. Admission for both events is by ticket only. For more information regarding the dress code and other important events, visit the school website at acchs.info.
On May 11, the Emmaus American Legion Charles Henry Schaffer Post 191 hosted a Post Everlasting memorial ceremony. The 24 posts in the American Legion 14th District of Pennsylvania hold the ceremony each year.
The district encompasses posts in Lehigh and Berks counties. The site of the ceremony was the Emmaus Veterans of Foreign War Post 7088.
The memorial ceremony is held once a year to honor deceased Legion members. Each post commander reads aloud the names of the deceased members. After the post commander reads the name of the deceased member, a bell is rung.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER
More than 65 volunteers of all ages from St. John's Lutheran and St. John's United Church of Christ churches, Emmaus, donate their time to remove approximately 500 worn flags from military veterans' gravesites and replace the flags with new ones at Northwood and L & R cemeteries in the borough May 11. Scouts from St. John's UCC Boy Scout Troop 25 mulched many of the trees and members of St. John's Lutheran Cub Pack 70 removed worn flags from their standards and helped place new flags.
Washburn University, Topeka, Kan.
Local student named to President's honor roll
Julie Heimbach, of Allentown, was named to the President's honor roll at Washburn University for the spring semester.
BETHLEHEM SPECIAL OLYMPICS is seeking volunteers to serve as coaches, assistant coaches, general volunteers and management team personnel. Contact Bob Sehee at 610-419-3285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOUTIQUE AT THE RINK CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY, Bethlehem, needs help collecting, sorting and pricing items from now until May 25. Call 610-861-7555 or e-mail botiqueattherink@ gmail.com.
Republicans Gail A. Hunsberger and Mike Snovitch are on the ballot for supervisor. Voters will be asked to vote for one with a 6-year term.
The following candidates are seeking the position of mayor in Emmaus in the May 21 primary. The position is a 4-year term. Candidates include Republican Julian Stolz and Democrats John F. Belin Jr. and Winfield Iobst.
District 5 encompasses the City of Allentown, wards 5, 7, 12, 13 (districts 3 and 4), the boroughs of Emmaus, Coopersburg, Macungie, the townships of Lower Milford, Salisbury, Upper Milford and Upper Saucon. Residents will vote for one candidate for a 4-year term.
The Press asked the candidates the following question: "What is the most important issue in this election and why?"
Nathan Brown (R)