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Monday, September 24, 2018
PRESS PHOTO By AL RECKERJudy Box, from All-Shred, and Whitehall High School students Marissa Swaim, Lillian Makhoul, Audrey Fedor, Patricia Bartosh and Nick Demjan are busy unloading documents — old bills, tax returns, receipts and other sensitive materials — for shredding during Whitehall Township’s recycling event, held May 12 on the MacArthur Road grounds. PRESS PHOTO By AL RECKERJudy Box, from All-Shred, and Whitehall High School students Marissa Swaim, Lillian Makhoul, Audrey Fedor, Patricia Bartosh and Nick Demjan are busy unloading documents — old bills, tax returns, receipts and other sensitive materials — for shredding during Whitehall Township’s recycling event, held May 12 on the MacArthur Road grounds.
Members of the Northampton Area Historical Society and Northampton Mayor Thomas Reenock take a moment to remember the late Harold Smith, former society president, during a tree dedication held May 26 in his memory outside the Siegfried Railroad Station. Members of the Northampton Area Historical Society and Northampton Mayor Thomas Reenock take a moment to remember the late Harold Smith, former society president, during a tree dedication held May 26 in his memory outside the Siegfried Railroad Station.
Left: Abigail and Jill Gruver, of North Catasauqua, enjoy shopping for some books at Union United Church of Christ’s country sale May 5, which was held in Neffs. The sale also included clothing and other various products. PRESS PHOTO BY DANIEL HAMM Left: Abigail and Jill Gruver, of North Catasauqua, enjoy shopping for some books at Union United Church of Christ’s country sale May 5, which was held in Neffs. The sale also included clothing and other various products. PRESS PHOTO BY DANIEL HAMM
Above: Team Northampton celebrates winning 25 medals at Northampton County’s 36th annual Senior Olympics, held June 8 at the Slate Belt Center in Bangor. There were seven county centers represented, as well as independent seniors, with a total of 139 participants.Photo courtesy of Krista Ambrosino Above: Team Northampton celebrates winning 25 medals at Northampton County’s 36th annual Senior Olympics, held June 8 at the Slate Belt Center in Bangor. There were seven county centers represented, as well as independent seniors, with a total of 139 participants.Photo courtesy of Krista Ambrosino

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