Monday, Sept. 3: No school. Labor Day holiday.
Tuesday, Sept. 4: Elem.: Oven-baked chicken nuggets or cheeseburger, tossed salad with low-fat dressing, steamed carrots, chilled pineapple, cereal meal. M.S.: Cheeseburger on whole grain roll or oven-baked chicken nuggets with whole grain roll, oven-baked fries, mixed vegetables, assorted fruits/ juices. H.S.: Oven-baked chicken nuggets with whole grain roll, whole grain cheeseburger, seasoned noodles, green beans, side spinach salad, assorted fruits.
King George Inn, South Whitehall, closes unexpectedly.
Meetings are held in municipal buildings unless otherwise noted.
Upper Macungie Township Recreation Board, 7 p.m.
South Whitehall Commissioners, 7:30 p.m.
Upper Macungie Twp. Supervisors, 7 p.m.
North Whitehall Township Zoners, 7:30 p.m. to hear the appeal of Michael Selig for a special exception to establish a private airport/heliport at 5471 Route 309, Schnecksville.
Parkland Community Library offers Summer Reading program at Jordan Lutheran Church.
Barbara Anne (Archer) Bokan of Fogelsville, died Aug. 26, 2012, in Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township.
She was 70 years old.
Born on Aug. 9, 1942, in Philadelphia, she was raised in Haddonfield, N.J., and Allentown.
She was the daughter of the late William E. and Antoinette (Linder) Archer.
She graduated from Parkland High in 1960, and attended St. Joseph's College, Emmitsburg, Md.
She was employed by Tiffany of Philadelphia in sales.
She was currently a pharmacy tech at Rite Aid.
Homecoming, the Mr. Parkland contest, the prom and post-prom party, and the last day of school, are just a few of the very important activities that go on at Parkland High School.
As the first day of school approaches, so will all these activities.
Your connection to all the events going on at the high school will be through me, Nadia Boekenkamp.
I am a senior and write not only for the Parkland Press but also for the school paper, The Trumpet.
Editor's note: Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, died on Aug. 25.
Where were you when he walked on the moon and what was your reaction?
·Special Olympics Bethlehem is in need of a training coordinator. Contact Robert Sehee at 610-419-3285 or email@example.com.
·American Diabetes Association, Bethlehem, needs help to make the next diabetes walk in Bethlehem Oct. 13 the most fun and successful walk to date.
Contact Dawn Fernandez at 888-342-2383, ext. 4625 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coco Foundation, Bethlehem, needs volunteers for its annual Tee Time for Coco Golf Tournament Sept. 29.
Contact Lisa Walker at 570-954-8024 or email@example.com.
Parkland offers band and string camp for students.
To the Editor:
Dora M. Lacy was a friend like no other person could be.
When I was injured in a motor scooter accident, Dora, her sister, Evelyn, and their brother, Richard, who was a classmate of mine for four years in the fantasic class of 1949 at Whitehall High School, stepped in to bolster my self-esteem at a time I needed it badly.
Frequent visits playing pinochle and board games, and cranking homemade ice cream were welcome treats to the boredom of waiting for broken bones to heal.