St. John's Lutheran Church will hold a dinner open to the public on Saturday.
Shepherd's pie is on the menu.
The church hall, located on South Third Street, will be open to diners from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase at the door.
The church boasts of a new kitchen with state-of-the-art equipment.
In the Nov. 4, election, local Democrats enjoyed a commanding margin over Republicans.
A much better than expected turnout showed up at the Coplay polling sites – the CFC hall on Cherry Street and the St. John's church hall.
In keeping with the Halloween season, Coplay Garden Club's Oct. 30 program will be called "Plants of Murder and Mahem" and will be presented by Sue Drabic.
Houseplants featured in the program, held at St. John's Lutheran Church, will be Crassula (jade), Schefferra (umbrella tree), Zebrina (wandering Jew) and Hypoestos (polka dot plant).
The 7 p.m. program's floral arrangement tournament is themed "Let's Go Tic Tacking." For the novice, a triangle design should be submitted and for advanced competitors, a triangle design using Indian corn or squash is required.
Allen Township hopes to resolve traffic issues on Bullshead and Willowbrook roads.
Motorists now park their vehicles along both roads at the Catsauqua High School campus to attend soccer and athletic events.
Township supervisors, at a September meeting, discussed the problem of blocked driveways and poor visibility at intersections caused by some vehicular parking.
Representatives of the township's engineering firm, Hanover Engineering, met with CHS officials. Another session is planned in the future.
Coplay's community Halloween parade is set for this coming Tuesday, Oct. 21.
It is sponsored by Coplay Recreation & Welfare Association.
In recognition of the fact that October is Fire Prevention Month, the parade will be led by the Coplay Fire Department, and will feature other volunteer fire departments in the area.
The first division, which follows, is headed by the honor squad of Post 426, American Legion, Coplay.