Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, 1343 Long Lane Road, Krumsville, is holding a spaghetti dinner 4-7 p.m. Sept. 22.
The cost of the meal includes spaghetti with meatballs, fresh salad bar and homemade desserts.
Take-out will be available.
For more information, call 610-756-6210.
United Church of Christ Greenawalds, 2325 Albright Ave, South Whitehall, is holding an S.O.S. Breakfast 8-11 a.m. Sept. 15.
The menu will include creamed dried beef on toast, scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, toast, fruit, pastry and beverages.
A free will offering will be taken.
Proceeds will benefit Fellowship Hall flooring project and UCC Disaster Ministries.
For more information, call the church office at 610-435-1763.
The Hawks came back from an early 13-0 deficit to beat Parkland 24-16.
Bethlehem Catholic (3-1) outscored the Trojans 17-0 in the second half and 24-3 in the final three quarters. The Trojans (2-2) only points after the first quarter was a 48-yard field goal by Devin Bartholomew late in the first half.
Nicholas Lucien (4 receptions, 155 yards) caught a pair of touchdown catches for the Hawks, while Paul Carreras (3 carries, 73 yards) ran for the other score.
Zamar Brake completed 11 of 17 passes for 193 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Young musicians ages 6 to 18 are invited to audition for The Young Musicians Club of Allentown.
Auditions will be held during the club’s first meeting, 1:30 p.m. Sept. 29, Zentz Hall, Fellowship Community Center, 3000 Fellowship Drive, Whitehall.
Prospective members who sing or play a musical instrument may audition by performing two pieces, one by memory. To be eligible, members must be taking private music lessons.
Reggae rising: Ziggy Marley brings his “Rebellion Rises 2018 Tour” to Penn’s Peak, Jim Thorpe, 8 p.m. Sept. 16. The Grammy and Emmy Award-winning singer, songwriter and producer is the son of Bob Marley. His seventh album, “Rebellion Rises,” was recorded primarily at his Los Angeles home studio during 2017.
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 i to make the donation.
Upper Macungie Township is not soliciting donations from residents.
If you or a family member receives a phone call similar to this, contact Upper Macungie police at 484-661-5911 and make a police report.
It is awarded to three students, a rising junior, a rising senior and a graduating senior, selected by the department from among those students working toward certification in primary or secondary education on the basis of their academic achievement and potential for teaching excellence.
This award is given in memory of the late Professor of Education Ann E. Wonsiewicz.
Monuments are memorials
To honor brave men and women;
Who fought in battle, and gave their lives,
For Americans to live in freedom.
Today’s youth has “too much freedom of speech,”
They do not know what they say!
They trample on our Commandments,
And our Constitution they threw away!
They didn’t fight for their freedom!
It was given to them for free.
By the people who died in battle,
To save them, and you and me.
What makes them think they deserve the right
To destroy all our history?
Dr. Benjamin Rusiloski, Delaware Valley University’s vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty, has announced that Coplay resident Jarrett Kramer, a graduate of Parkland High School, has been honored for academic achievement by being named to the spring 2018 dean’s list.
Delaware Valley University is an independent, comprehensive university with more than 1,000 acres in Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Quentin Bernhard of New Tripoli, a member of the Class of 2020, recently received the Dr. Victor L. Johnson Scholarship during Muhlenberg College’s annual honors convocation designed to honor and celebrate leadership and scholarly excellence and achievement.
The awards recognize select members of the faculty and student body for their contributions to the college, to their peers and to their disciplines.