The Swain School's admissions office has announced that during the month of August, they will offer "Walk-In Wednesdays" - an opportunity to drop in for a visit and tour of the school.
Visitors are invited to drop in at the school, located at 1100 South 24th St., Allentown, in Salisbury Township, between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Aug.1 through 29. No appointments are needed.
For additional information, visit www.swain. org or call 610-433-4542, ext. 199.
·Arts Quest, Bethlehem, has many summer volunteer opportunities at events including Musikfest, Levitt Pavilion Summer Movie series the Farmer's Market at the ArtsQuest Center, and ongoing opportunities at the cinema and retail shop. Contact Hillary Harper at 610-332-1370 or hharperartsquest.org.
·Boys and Girls Club of Bethlehem Southside needs volunteers to help run programs for youth ages six to 18. Contact LisaAnn Ramos at 610-865-4241 or bgcbsecretarybgcob.org.
Emmaus Police Department Chief David Faust has announced the passing of former Police K-9 Ajax.
K-9 Ajax was a male German Shepherd imported from the Czech Republic and was handled by K-9 Officer Craig J. Blose.
Faust said Ajax was cross-trained for patrol duties and narcotics. He dutifully served the Emmaus Police Department for seven years, six months having retired from active duty with honor in 2009. He died June 18.
Faust said since 1990, the Emmaus Lions Club has purchased every police dog for the borough, including Ajax.
The Alburtis senior citizens are meeting at the Alburtis Rod and Gun Club, 3818 Gun Club Road, noon Aug. 15. All Alburtis senior residents are welcome to attend.
Call Doris at 610-966-3653 for information/ reservations for the Aug. 24 trip to Hunterdon Hills, N.J.
The borough office will be closed for Labor Day, Sept. 3.
The centennial committee meets at borough hall 6 p.m Sept. 6 to discuss plans for the 2013 Alburtis Centennial Celebration. The meeting is open to all Alburtis residents.
A pension administration company has filed an objection to Upper Milford Township supervisors' decision last month to select Municipal Retirement Trust as provider of pension services to the township.
Integrated Capital Management filed the objection, arguing that Municipal Retirement Trust, in its proposal, didn't correctly calculate its costs for serving the township.
Township solicitor Marc Fisher told supervisors at their Aug. 2 meeting he is reviewing their objections and will have a decision at the next board meeting on the validity of those objections.
The Emmaus Special Entertainment Commission, Hosfeld Insurance and InsuranceChix.com will present a free Songs of Summer event in the Emmaus Community Park Arts Pavilion from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Emmaus Historical Society will host an antique appraisal program 4 to 8 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, 5th and Chestnut streets. There will be five certified appraisers and participants can pre-register by calling 610-966-6591 by Aug. 3.
A Macungie realtor and a local family were featured on a recent episode of the Home and Garden Television show "House Hunters."
Realtor Lisa Graul-Oswald of Prudential Patt, White Real Estate and her buyers, Jon and Stacy Puliatte starred in the episode that put Macungie on the map.
Their episode was entitled "No Time for Projects in Pennsylvania."
The process began long before the air date, Oswald's broker suggested she submit an application for the television show.
Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit children and adults enjoy Bible school.
A council member who may resign, an office staff member who will resign and a police officer who has resigned led the discussions at Macungie Borough Council's meeting Aug. 6.
Linn Walker, who has served on council since last year, was expected to announce his resignation but was not in attendance at the meeting. To date, Borough Manager Chris Boehm had had no written communication from Walker regarding his pending decision to resign from any or all of his municipal services which include the Planning Commission and the Borough Authority.