Emmaus Borough Council held a brief meeting April 3 in council chambers.
Resident Otto Slozer questioned whether or not council was following the Sunshine Law during meetings. The Sunshine Law requires agency officials to hold certain procedures open or available to the public.
The Ancient Oaks Women’s Organization will hold its monthly meeting 6:30 p.m. April 5 at St. Paul’s UCC in Trexlertown. The Stuff and Stuff meeting will begin with ethnic covered dishes followed by stuffing Easter eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt.
Allentown AARP Chapter #5415 will meet noon at St. Timothy Church, 140 S. Ott St., Allentown. The Happy Boombadeers will perform. Non-members and guests are welcome. Bring a non-perishable food item for the Allentown Food Bank. For more information, call 610-437-4265.
St. Ann School, Emmaus, has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the second trimester.
Grade 8: Sarah Boardman, David Fleck, Grace Gibbons, David Kreidler, Matthew Magee, Julia Vicario
Grade 7: Allison Carr, Jacob Demchak, Jack Freemont, Samantha Loeper, Jonathan Romero, Gabriella Rutch, Sophia Servagno
Grade 6: Eve Binder, Emma Gibbons, Jessamine Magalona, Lola Schaeffer
Grade 5: Harper Daly, Erin Durso, Logan Hartman, Caeli Martino, Catherine Raynock, Matus Starry
The Sanctuary at Haafsville is in the midst of a campaign to raise funds for the construction of their new building at their facility on Nestle Way in Breinigsville. The campaign got a shot in the arm recently when Rick Beuttel, the director of business development for Air Products, was on-hand to present Liz Jones, the Sanctuary’s executive director, with a check for $5,000.
The April 3 meeting of Macungie Borough Council began with a discussion of a Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection grant the borough received for their recycling program performance.
The grant was in the amount of $7,272. This money will be used for a combined electronics recycling event between Macungie and Alburtis boroughs. The recycling event is scheduled for April 29.
In the March 29 issue of The Press a resident in the Lower Macungie Township Planning Commission article was incorrectly identified. Matthew Rhone attended the meeting to discuss a dispute concerning the Shepherd Hills property. He was incorrectly identified as Scott Rhone. The Press apologizes for the error.