Boy Scouts and volunteers from the local Minsi Trails Boy Scout Council will be out Saturday, Nov. 10, collecting nonperishable food for the annual Scouting For Food community food drive.
Door hangers were delivered throughout many area neighborhoods last Saturday, letting residents know about the food drive. For residents who did not get a door hanger, food may be dropped off at any participating area Walmart or Wegmans store, at WFMZ-TV, Bennett Toyota, the United Way of the Lehigh Valley or the Minsi Trails Council office.
Hanover Township employees have been working in the newly constructed municipal building for a number of weeks now. According to discussions reported from township council meetings, a few construction issues remain to be solved before the building is officially complete, however.
An official dedication of the building, on the corner of Grove and Airport roads, as was the old building, has been scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 11 a.m.
Township officials are currently drawing up a guest list for the event.
In researching this series with Mr. Harold Smith, we discovered a prominent and world reknowned social reformer in her youth attended Sunday School at Zion Stone Church in Kreidersville. Many of my readers may not recognize her name, Jane Addams. Her contributions to society were one of my lessons when this writer taught United States history at Northampton High School.
With the general election just days away, Tuesday, Nov.6, it has been awfully quiet in the borough when it comes to the noise and news candidates bring to the table.
It was a fever pitch atmosphere in the largely Democratic based borough when Barrack Oboma made his run for the presidency four years ago. This Presidential election there are fewer Obama signs in the yards in town. Mitt Romney signs seem to be keeping pace with the opposition.
St. Paul's Evangelical Church, 417 Howertown Road, will hold a bag and basket bingo Sunday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. The doors open at 12:30 p.m.
Bingo prizes awarded will include Longaberger baskets and designer handbags such as Vera Bradlay, Tignanello, Coach, etc. Those planning to attend are asked to bring a donation of a paper product for the Catasauqua Food Bank in exchange for a free raffle ticket for the Chinese auction.
You may purchase tickets in advance at a discount price and tickets will be available at the door.
For ticket information, call 610-264-3221.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1235 Main St., will host a basket bingo Saturday, Nov. 10. Doors open at 11:30 a.m., and the games begin at 1 p.m.
The cost of a ticket includes 20 games. Specials will be sold separately.
Refreshments will be available for purchase.
For tickets, call 610-502-1037.
Proceeds benefit the church's building fund.
An event to benefit the Alec Ferullo family will be held Sunday, Nov. 11, 2-8 p.m., at the Gin Mill & Grille on Main Street.
Assumption BVM will hold a breakfast Sunday, Oct. 28, 8 a.m.-noon, in the social hall, East 22nd Street and Washington Avenue.
The menu includes French toast, pancakes, scrambled eggs or omelet; ham, sausage or bacon; hash browns; toast; juice, milk, coffee or tea.
There is a cost. Tickets will be available at the door.
For more information, call 610-262-2559.
The Queenship of Mary Church will host its annual Food Bazaar Plus Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the auditorium of the Good Shepherd Catholic School, West 13th Street, Northampton.
The moms of Catasauqua will be taking on the moms of Hokendauqua in a powder puff flag football game at the Hokey football field Saturday, Oct. 27, at 2 p.m.
This is the second year for the event and this year both teams have joined together to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer.
Donations can be made to the team at www.passionatelypink.org, donation team Catasauqua Rough Riders – Powder Puff 2012.
The Catasauqua team also has the support of local businesses to help get the women game-ready and to raise extra money for the cause.
North Catasauqua's Holy Trinity Orthodox Catholic Church will be hosting a halupki dinner on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Serving between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m., church volunteers will also offer takeout meals.
An adult dinner includes halupki, sides, dessert and a beverage.
A smaller reduced-size meal is available for older children and those under the age of 5 eat free.
Halupki may also be purchased separately by advance order, due by Monday, Oct. 29, by calling 610-395-5737.
Pickup of orders will take place during the dinner.
Unfortunately, everyone knows at least one person who has cancer – a family member, friend or coworker.
One in every three males and one in every two females will be diagnosed with cancer, according to statistics compiled by the American Cancer Society.
No one wants to hear, "You have cancer."
The following few paragraphs are from www.Realyforlife.org: