Jewel E. MacWilliam, 81, formerly of Allentown, died Aug. 1, 2012, in Westminster Village.
She was the widow of James H. MacWilliam.
Born in Allentown, she was the daughter of the late Floyd and Beulah (Schmoyer) Schoch.
A graduate of Allentown High School and Kutztown University, she was a public school librarian for 31-1/2 years.
She was a member of Boulevard Evangelical Congregational Church, Allentown.
She was a member of various educational and library organizations.
She is survived by her cousins.
The "KC Flight Club", a service branch of the Krysta Hankee Memorial Fund, recently had its first golf fundraiser of 2012 "Courses That Care" "Miles That Matter" at Pleasant Hills Golf Course.
The Flight Club raises money to purchase gas cards for families who must transport children for continuing medical care.
Thirty-two golfers participated and more than $500 was raised to purchase gas cards.
Golfers participate in a two-player scramble format.
The following are results from the Keystone State Quarter Midget Race Club series held at the club's track in Schnecksville.
Jr. Novice - 1. Dalton Mapes, 2. Lawson Szerencits;
Jr. Novice Unrest. - 1. Tyler Henry, 2. Ziven Hendricks, 3. Brandon Krapf;
Sr. Novice - 1. Mackenzie Hixson;
Jr. Animal - 1. Morgan LaBuda, 2. Ryan Graver, 3. Jacob Balliet;
Sr. Animal - 1. Logen Snyder, 2. JJ Horstman, 3. Tyler Lindsay;
Jr. Honda - 1. Ryan Graver, 2. Morgan LaBuda, 3. Gracie Hixon;
One of the pleasures of summer movie-going is discovering a less-trumpeted movie amidst the summer blockbusters.
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" is one such film.
The film's intriguing title reveals little. Even after seeing the film, you may not be able to describe what you have seen. However, you will know you've had an extraordinary film-going experience.
"Beasts" tells the story of six-year-old Hushpuppy (Quvenzhané "Nazie" Wallis), a motherless child. The parenting skills of her father, Wink (Dwight Henry), border on child abuse.
Austin Tyler Zalik, 21, of Upper Macungie Township, died Aug. 3, 2012.
Born in Allentown, he was the son of Matthew A. and Jacqueline L. (Hoodmaker) Zalik.
A 2009 graduate of Parkland High School, he was a member of the Parkettes Men's Gymnastics Team.
He was a student and served as a midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.
He would have been part of the 2013 graduating class of the U.S. Naval Academy and was selected to be the USNA men's gymnastics team captain.
He was an Academic All-American Award recipient for 2006 through 2009.
The Upper Lehigh Lions Craft Show and Sale was held recently at Neffs Union Church grove.
Neffs Postmaster Susan Gilio, who has served that community for nearly three years, retired July 31 after 28 and a half years with the U.S. Postal Service.
Prior to arriving at her Neffs assignment in October 2009, Gilio worked at the Lehigh Valley Postal Processing Center, first near Lehigh Valley International Airport, then along Route 512, Bethlehem.
She served as a clerk, window service helper, philatelic clerk and sales.
When the sales department downsized, she transferred to Neffs. Her only previous experience at a local post office was a brief stint in Limeport.
Cadet Sean Patrick Hutchison graduated from West Point, the U.S. Military Academy, at the school's May 26 commencement ceremony.
A 2008 graduate of Parkland High School, Hutchison studied environmental engineering.
He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army within the engineers branch and will report to Fort Drum, N.Y. for his first assignment.
He is the son of John and Christine Hutchison.
Andrew D. Price, 43, of Fogelsville died July 31, 2012, in Weisenberg Township, from injuries he sustained in a bicycling accident.
He and his wife Carolyn (Bean) Price celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary last Aug. 3.
Born Nov. 1, 1968, in King of Prussia, he was the son of the late Clinton O. Sr. and Sondra (Reynolds) Price.
He earned a Bachelor's degree in business administration from Temple University in 1992 and was a digital imaging consultant for Idexx Laboratories, Mid-Atlantic Region, since 1999.
Pamela A. Nidlund, 63, of Brein-igsville, died peacefully on July 31, 2012.
She and her husband Frederick A. Nidlund Jr. were married 43 years last August.
Born in North Catasauqua, she was a daughter of the late Gerald and Bernice (Smith) Moyer.
An interior designer and owner of Pam Nidlund Designs for 20 years, she also worked for the former Home Interiors for 35 years and later Celebrating Home as a senior branch manager.