Catasauqua Press

Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Santa and his “elf,” Michelle Kern, of Coplay, hand out gifts to Jacob and Vera Ayala during Coplay Sports’ annual Christmas parade Dec. 22, 2018.PRESS PHOTOS BY TINAMARIE MARTIN Santa and his “elf,” Michelle Kern, of Coplay, hand out gifts to Jacob and Vera Ayala during Coplay Sports’ annual Christmas parade Dec. 22, 2018.PRESS PHOTOS BY TINAMARIE MARTIN
Councilman Mark Molitoris prepares for the Christmas parade. Councilman Mark Molitoris prepares for the Christmas parade.
Rick Kern, treasurer of Coplay Sports; Kristen Fink, president of Coplay Sports; Danielle Sodl, of Whitehall; and Michelle Kern make their way through the Christmas parade. Rick Kern, treasurer of Coplay Sports; Kristen Fink, president of Coplay Sports; Danielle Sodl, of Whitehall; and Michelle Kern make their way through the Christmas parade.

Coplay: Borough to pick up Christmas trees

Wednesday, January 2, 2019 by The Press in Columns

The borough will pick up Christmas trees Jan. 4, 11 and 18.

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Coplay Recreation & Welfare Association’s food bank, housed in the basement of borough hall, will be open to residents 8:30-10 a.m. Jan. 8.

Proof of residency is required.

The association is asking for food donations to fill the shelves at the pantry, noting there are no food drives during the winter.

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Borough council will hold a workshop meeting 7 p.m. Jan. 8 to set the agenda for the Jan. 15 meeting.

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Coplay Sports meets at the Sixth Street field house 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9.

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The former Milander’s Market is reopening under new ownership, labeling itself as a meat market with a Middle Eastern flair.

Keep an eye out for more information in future editions.

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The iconic Butch’s Log Cabin Tavern will reopen with a new name, Second Street Tavern, and ownership.

An orange sign at the North Second Street location indicates an application has been made with the appropriate state agencies for a liquor license.