Call 610- 829-4540 (ask operator for Area Agency on Aging) for locations or visit https://www.northamptoncounty.org/HS/AGING/Pages/default.aspx.
Wednesday, Oct. 10: Spaghetti and meatballs, parmesan cheese, tossed salad with Italian dressing, Italian bread with margarine, chilled pears.
Thursday, Oct. 11: Orange juice, chicken noodle bake, California vegetable blend, wheat bread with margarine, fresh fruit cup.
Friday, Oct. 12: Apple juice, tuna salad hoagie, potato chips, carrot raisin salad, peanut butter cookie.
Call 610-782-3254 for locations.
Wednesday, Oct. 10: BBQ beef rib-a-que, roasted potato, green beans, banana.
Thursday, Oct. 11: Pulled pork, warm bean salad, creamy spinach, applesauce.
Friday, Oct. 12: Cheese ravioli with meatballs, Brussels sprouts, apricots.
Monday, Oct. 15: Vegetable lasagna w/ meat sauce, Mediterranean vegetables, cinnamon apples.
Tuesday, Oct. 16: Potato crusted fish, brown rice, peas and carrots, fresh orange.
Wednesday, Oct. 17: Marinated chicken, Caesar salad, diced pears, oatmeal cookie.
Dr. Sally McMurry will speak about and sign copies of her book, “Pennsylvania Farming: A History In Landscapes,” 1 p.m. Oct. 13, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown.
Her slide-lecture will include images from Pennsylvania farms. McMurry, who received a PhD from Cornell University, is Professor Emerita of American History at The Pennsylvania State University.
Information: lehighvalleyheritagemuseum.org; 610-435-1074
Tenors of our times: The Allentown Symphony Pops series presents “The Broadway Tenors: Ultimate Broadway,” 7:30 pm. Oct. 13, Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. Featured are Broadway show actors Brent Barrett (“Chicago”), Matt Cavenaugh (“West Side Story”) and Kyle Dean Massey (“Pippin”). Ronald Demkee, Pops Conductor, leads the symphony. The three tenors will sing songs from Broadway’s Golden Age. “Individually, each is a spectacular artist. Together, they present an infinite and kaleidoscopic range of musical possibilities ...
Robert H. Zentz, 81, president/CEO of Fellowship Community, died Oct. 9, 2018.
Born in Orchard Park, N.Y., he was the son of the late Henry and Emma (Giess) Zentz.
He was the husband of Marilynn (Wolf) Zentz. They were married for 62 years.
A devout Christian, he wants everyone to know he is rejoicing with Jesus and will reunite with his friends and family again some day.
Thursday, Oct. 11: Elem. — Whole-grain grilled cheese sandwich, Tater Tots, assorted fresh fruit, green beans, baby carrots, milk choice; M.S., H.S. — Whole-grain grilled cheese sandwich, Tater Tots, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, side salad, milk choice
Friday, Oct. 12: Elem. — Whole-grain pizza, steamed corn, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk choice; M.S. — Whole-grain buffalo chicken sub, steamed peas, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk choice; H.S. — Whole-grain buffalo chicken sub, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, french fries, side salad, milk choice
Christine “Tina” C. Stroh, 70, of Coplay, died Oct. 1, 2018, at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest. She was the wife of the late Ronald L. Stroh Sr.
Born in Allentown, she was a daughter of the late Frank J. and Ruth C. (Fink) Gaspar.
She was of the Catholic faith.
It’s October and that means, for me at least, it is time for a flu shot.
On the record, I don’t like getting flu shots, although the anticipation really is the worst part. The shot itself is over in moments. The paperwork takes longer than the physical needle stick.
However, the flu shot is better than being sick, homemade chicken noodle soup notwithstanding.
And this year, the shot may be more important than ever.