Zachary Bartman of Allentown recently graduated from Gettysburg College, Gettysburg.
Bartman received a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Sabrina Mertz of Orefield was awarded the Class of 1904 Scholarship Award in spring 2018 at Lehigh University’s 37th Honors Convocation Ceremony in Bethlehem.
This award is given to an outstanding member of the junior class on the basis of character, scholarship, qualifications indicating promise of future leadership, and extracurricular activities.
Gray Schick of Allentown was awarded the Lehigh University Student Senate Leadership Award during the 2018 spring semester.
Thursday, Sept. 20: M.S., H.S.: Nachos with seasoned black beans, turkey and cheese melt on pretzel bun, steamed brown rice. Elem.: Pizza, cereal meal, also.
Friday, Sept. 21: M.S., H.S.: Toasted cheese sandwich, chicken nuggets, dinner roll, cream of tomato soup. Elem.: Pizza, cereal meal, also.
Monday, Sept. 24: Elem.: Mini chicken sliders, stuffed crust sticks with sauce, salad bar, dinner roll, cereal meal, baked beans, green pepper strips with dip. M.S., H.S.: Chicken patty sandwich, stuffed crust sticks with sauce, baked beans.
Willie Gosnell of Allentown, graduated recently with a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree during commencement at Berea College, Berea, Ky.
A 2014 Parkland High School graduate is one of more than 1,000 sailors who recently returned to Naval Station Mayport after a six-month deployment to the Middle East and Mediterranean areas of operation.
Ensign Jacob Kappes is a Navy officer aboard the New York, an amphibious transport dock ship, which takes Marines to the locations they need to support U.S. interests around the world.
Marissa Caldarelli of Allentown recently received an undergraduate degree during the Nazareth College’s 91st Commencement Exercises, Rochester, N.Y.
Caldarelli graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in music business.
On Sept. 11, a resident reported he received a telephone call from an individual who stated he was associated with Upper Macungie Township.
The individual stated he was seeking a monetary donation for the township and he would mail the resident a form to complete and to make the donation.
Upper Macungie Township is not soliciting donations from residents.
If any township resident receives a phone call similar to this, contact Upper Macungie police at 484-661-5911 and make a police report.
Following the events of Sept. 11, 2001, the federal government put into action a more secure form of identification, known as REAL ID, for Americans seeking to fly domestically and/or enter certain federal buildings.
Full implementation of the new requirements will go into effect Oct. 1, 2020.
Although Pennsylvania is among the last of the states to make REAL ID available, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is preparing to offer the new identification starting in March 2019.