Press photos by Jim Marsh
DevonHouse General Manager Vickie Snyder presents gifts to area organizations.
Vice President of Macungie Borough Council Greg Hutchison did not resign his position at council's meeting Oct. 1; however, it didn't prevent some present from asking him to.
In a heated moment at the last meeting, Hutchison tossed his nameplate on the table and said, "I resign as vice president." Hutchison withdrew his statement at the following meeting after asking council if they wanted him to remain.
Lincoln Elementary School will hold a PTO meeting update 9 to 9:30 a.m. in the principal's conference room.
Jefferson Elementary School will hold an Eagle Assembly 10 to 11 a.m. at the school.
Emmaus High School 11th grade students will have hearing tests in the EHS auditorium during the school day.
The Emmaus High School World Language Honor Society will hold an induction ceremony 7 to 9 p.m. in the EHS auditorium.
In our meeting coverage of the East Penn School Board meeting in last week's issue of The Press, we mistakenly said one of the books in question was removed from a reading list at Eyer Middle School. In fact, according to Board President Charles Ballard, "there is not a general middle school reading list. There is a seventh and eighth grade honors reading list with some required books, but none of the titles being challenged were ever on that list. The challenge to 'Prep' in 2011 was for a book in the Eyer library.
East Penn School District schools will be closed in celebration of Yom Kippur.
Emmaus High School will host parent night 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the school. Parents will have a chance to follow their child's Day 1 schedule and meet their teachers while receiving information concerning curricular content and classroom expectations. There will also be a club fair fundraiser for student organizations held in Cafeteria 1.
Alburtis Elementary School will hold picture day.
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Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey ambassadors, the clown couple of Dave and Cherie, recently paid a visit to the St. Luke's University Hospital Network Bethlehem Campus' pediatric floor spreading fun and laughter among staff and patients.
Popping in and out of about a half dozen patients' rooms, the bumbling Dave and innocent appearing Cherie juggled, performed card tricks and slight of hand routines, and all the while helped the youngsters forget they were recuperating in a hospital setting by making them smile and laugh.
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate welcomed into Emmaus.