Alyssa Geist of Allentown graduated from Clarion University in May earning a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology.
The following local students have completed requirements for graduation from Messiah College as of May 12.
Matthew Larsen, magna cum laude with a degree in psychology and Samuel Tajiri, magna cum laude with a degree in biology.
Sour Apple Auto and Customs, Coplay, recently held a grand opening celebration.
The Bluegrass Festival Car Show was held July 21 at the Schnecksville Fire Company, Route 309, Schnecksville.
Morgan E. Snyder of Germansville graduated summa cum laude from Albright College at the school's 153rd commencement ceremony May 20.
Snyder received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and elementary, early childhood and special education.
makes dean's list
Shoshanna Goldin of Allentown was among 1,900 Wake Forest University students who qualified for the school's spring 2012 dean's list.
C.F. Martin & Co., Inc., Nazareth, largest producer of acoustic guitars in the United States, is giving away a Martin D-28 during the 29th annual Musikfest, Bethlehem.
As part of the contest, Martin Guitar is giving a private tour of the Martin Guitar Factory in Nazareth, and an opportunity to meet C.F. Martin & Co. Chairman and CEO Chris Martin IV, who will sign the brand-new D-28 guitar.
If you live in the suburbs or if you have the opportunity to drive along country roads, I hope you take the time to enjoy the varieties of colors and species of wildflowers growing along the highways and byways.
Many of them are listed as invasive, but they tend to brighten up my travels from home to local destinations.
Meetings are held in municipal building.
Upper Macungie Township Planners, 7 p.m. to review: 1) Lehigh Valley West lot 10 land development plan for Schantz Road and Boulder Drive. 2) Highgate Phase III preliminary/final plan for 1085 Twin Ponds Road.
South Whitehall Commissioners, 7:30 p.m. to adopt repealer ordinances, an ordinance re-enacting 2009 International plumbing, building and residential codes as township codes and establishing civil penalties for violations of building code.
Berks-Lehigh Regional Police received complaints from two separate residents, one from Boxwood Court, the other from Elderberry Drive, on July 30 and 31 about a male going through the neighborhood purporting to be an intern with the Parkland School District.
The male, who was carrying paperwork that appeared to be a spreadsheet, attempted to ask questions ranging from satisfaction with the school district to athletics.