Parkland Press

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDSouth Whitehall’s Parks and Recreation Department recently sponsored a fishing derby at Covered Bridge Park. With Jordan Creek running fast and high, there was only one reported catch, and that was an eel. The “Hot Dog Kings” were South Whitehall Commissioners’ President Tori Morgan, Police Lt. Paul Dickinson, Chief Glen Dorney and Township Manager Renee Bickel. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDSouth Whitehall’s Parks and Recreation Department recently sponsored a fishing derby at Covered Bridge Park. With Jordan Creek running fast and high, there was only one reported catch, and that was an eel. The “Hot Dog Kings” were South Whitehall Commissioners’ President Tori Morgan, Police Lt. Paul Dickinson, Chief Glen Dorney and Township Manager Renee Bickel. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Representing South Whitehall Township at the annual fishing derby were: Police K-9 Officer Mathew Carney and K-9 Ranger, a 17-month-old Dutch Shepherd from Holland who remained in Carney’s police cruiser, K-9 Officer Kevin Smith with his partner, Drax; Police Lt. Steve Brown and Lt. Paul Dickinson; Township Manager Renee Bickel; Police Chief Glen Dorney and Commissioners’ President Tori Morgan and Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Representing South Whitehall Township at the annual fishing derby were: Police K-9 Officer Mathew Carney and K-9 Ranger, a 17-month-old Dutch Shepherd from Holland who remained in Carney’s police cruiser, K-9 Officer Kevin Smith with his partner, Drax; Police Lt. Steve Brown and Lt. Paul Dickinson; Township Manager Renee Bickel; Police Chief Glen Dorney and Commissioners’ President Tori Morgan and Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

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