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Washington's slave tells story of first president

Thursday, December 13, 2012 by ELSA KERSCHNER in Local News

Don Breininger, president of the Weisenberg-Lowhill Historical Society, welcomed the 50 people who attended the group's annual banquet and 10th anniversary cele-bration at the Seipstown Grange.

Alida Phillips presented a plaque to Gloria Zimmerman, who donated the buildings and property, formerly her father's Zimmerman's Hotel, in Werleys Corner.

The site became the historical society's headquarters. The plaque will be placed on an outside wall next to the place where her father enjoyed sitting inside looking out the window.

"Thank you, Gloria," Phillips said.

Gap Nature Center celebrates migration

Thursday, October 25, 2012 by ELSA KERSCHNER in Local News

The Lehigh Gap Nature Center, Slatington, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary May 12, 2013.

At the Sept. 29-30 Migration Fest at the center, a quilt made by members Donna Gasser and Kathie Romano was on display.

The quilt will be raffled off May 5, 2013, during a celebration and open house for the center.

Romano crafted all the birds, Gasser said.

During the fest, Diane Husic provided an update on the Eastern Pennsylvania Phenology Project. The cost was covered by an Audubon-Toyota TogetherGreen Fellowship.