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From the front porch of his Whitehall home, Lehigh County Executive Phillips Armstrong was ready for the recent “Lights on Lehigh County.” The event supported the stay-at-home order of Gov. Tom Wolf due to the coronavirus.PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELAND Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy From the front porch of his Whitehall home, Lehigh County Executive Phillips Armstrong was ready for the recent “Lights on Lehigh County.” The event supported the stay-at-home order of Gov. Tom Wolf due to the coronavirus.PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELAND Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDSouth Whitehall residents living on North Scenic Street, Cetronia joined in the recent “Lights On Lehigh County” to show their solidarity. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDSouth Whitehall residents living on North Scenic Street, Cetronia joined in the recent “Lights On Lehigh County” to show their solidarity. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy

Valley residents light the night

Wednesday, May 13, 2020 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Lehigh County encouraged residents to join the “Lights on Lehigh Valley” April 3 and 4 to show solidarity for the statewide, stay-at home proclamation from Gov. Tom Wolf.

The program was designed to bring the county’s communities together in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the Valley, the country and across the globe.