Imagine choosing to add more joy to one’s life each day.
That is the vision of Nancy Werteen, a resident of the Parkland School District, and Kim Howie, of Center Valley, authors of the book “The Power of a Pivot.”
In their book, Werteen and Howie offer tools and tips for a better understanding of the path to true happiness.
They are also co-founders of The Wisdom Coalition, an organization that helps women connect and commit to their passions and shared wisdom. Readers of The Wisdom Coalition’s monthly newsletter suggested the two share their knowledge through a book.
Lehigh County Board of Commissioners meets 7:30 p.m. in the public hearing room of the Lehigh County Government Center, 17 S. Seventh St., Allentown.
Hanover Township (Lehigh County) Zoning Commission meets 7 p.m. in the municipal building, 2202 Grove Road.
Catasauqua residents Heather and Todd Walp and their 9-year-old daughter, Mailya, signed up to host a child from New York City for one week in the summer through The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns program for the first time back in 2015. Treece, of the Bronx, now 11 years old, had such a fun week with the Walp family that summer that she’s been coming back ever since.
With more than a few tags showing up on buildings, graffiti might be the next task Catasauqua Borough needs to handle. While some use the analogy “rap is to music as graffiti is to art,” Kimberly Brubaker, president of Catasauqua Main Streets, has her own version.
“There is a difference between graffiti that is street art and tagging,” she said.
Catasauqua has seen a dramatic increase in tagging from stand-alone mailboxes to the sides of buildings. Tagging, according to Brubaker, accelerates urban decay.
Catasauqua Area Showcase Theatre (CAST) is bringing some of Dr. Seuss’ most-loved characters to life with “Seussical.” The show runs 7 p.m. April 20, 21, 27 and 28 and 2 p.m. April 22 and 29 at Catasauqua High School, 2500 W. Bullshead Road, Northampton.
U.S. Congressman Charlie Dent, R-15th, has announced he will soon be leaving Congress.
“After discussions with my family and careful reflection, I have decided to leave Congress in the coming weeks,” Dent said. “Serving the people of the 15th Congressional District has been a tremendous responsibility and the privilege of a lifetime, and I am honored by the trust that so many of my constituents placed in me to represent them in Washington.
Carter Matthew Weinhofer achieved the rank of Eagle Scout March 17.
The Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony was held at Presbyterian Church of Catasauqua, 210 Pine St.
Weinhofer is currently a junior at Catasauqua High School.
He has earned 27 merit badges during his Scouting career, which began when he was in the second grade. He is a member of Troop 94, sponsored by St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Catasauqua.