(L-R) Lori Brewer and Emily Brewer sell food at the Faith Lutheran Church table Sunday during the Northampton County Farm Tour at Klein Farms. (More photos tomorrow) (More photos below) Sbtt Photo Julie Poliskiewicz
The Pius X Homecoming Queen Court was composed of (L-R) Michael Communale, Caitlyn Carmella, Nate Winchilla, Francesca Catino, Bethany Taggart (Queen) Mason Moran, Joseph Carrero, Kelli Franza, Andrew Spangenberg, and Mercedes Pastrana, during halftime ceremonies of the Royals' 40-15 win over Holy Redeemer in a game played at Amelio Scott Stadium in Bangor. (Not pictured Prince Hunter Beck and King Anthony Greggo) (More photos tomorrow) (More photos below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Joann Karasek and Nate Singleton sell tickets at Oktoberfest in Bangor Memorial Park Sunday. (More photos tomorrow) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Tre Jordan runs for a touchdown, during the Royals' 40-15 win over Holy Redeemer in a game played Saturday at Amelio Scott Stadium in Bangor. (Another photo tomorrow) (Another photo below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Many big trucks were on display at the Masonic Car show held Sunday at the Blue Valley Farm Show. (More photos tomorrow) (Another below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
This fireman begins to safely loosen a rear window, during a car accident management demo at Lukies Fall Festival held at Weona Park in Pen Argyl Saturday. (More photos tomorrow) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Amanda Klein-Zavacky talks about cows, breeding, and calving Sunday during the Northampton County Farm Tour Klein Farms. (More photos tomorrow) (More photos below) Sbtt Photo Julie Poliskiewicz
Pen Argyl's Jacob Krincek (67) has a sizable foe to block, during the Knights' 21-7 win over the Notre Dame Crusaders. (More photos tomorrow) (Another photo below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Alex Bartleson (44) runs through a big hole, during the Knights' 21-7 win over the Notre Dame Crusaders. (More photos tomorrow) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
This fireman begins to pry open a door, during a car accident management demo at Lukies Fall Festival held at Weona Park in Pen Argyl Saturday. (More photos tomorrow) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Mischievous twists on your family's
The Bangor Elks Halloween Parade will be held on Thursday, October 16 at 7:00pm. This year’s theme is The Land of Oz.
Parade participants may register at Brays Newstand, Broadway in Bangor, Heard’s Meat Market 501 S. Main, or the Bangor Public Library. . Late sign-ups will be held at the Bee Hive Thursday, October 16 at 5:00pm.
All participants will meet and line-up at the Bee Hive and Merchants Bank on Route 191. Group and Float entries will be notified a few days before the parade with their line-up information.
Candy may be handed out to the children by walking along side your float or group. Please do not throw candy from your car or float.
Prizes will be awarded after the parade at the Elks Lodge on Broadway. Hot dogs and drinks will also be served.
For more information, please contact Keith Heard, Parade Marshall at 610-588-1195 or 610-588-3183
Apple Festival at Hope UCC
An Apple festival will be held at Hope UCC church in Wind Gap Friday October 17 from 4-7pm.
The menu includes: turkey and hamburger barbeque, hot dogs, pierogies, carrot, macaroni, and potato salads, homemade applesauce, apple dumplings, ice cream and other desserts.
A tricky tray and cake walk will also be available.
Red Thread Cafe Event
The Red Thread Café at the corner of Market and North Third streets in Bangor will present Kid Dead W/O a Mike Spoken Nerd Saturday October 18 at 7:00pm.
Join The Pink Heels Dash
Come in your finest high-heels on October 18, 2014 at 3:00pmto dash down Easton's 3rd Street for the first ever PINK HEELS DASH!
That's right, the race that has stumbled through the nation is finally happening in the Lehigh Valley! Strap on those stilettos and get registered for the PINK HEELS DASH at PINKHEALSPA.ORG.
All proceeds will benefit the Guardians of the Ribbon: Pink Heals Slate Belt PA chapter and local residents effected by breast cancer.
There will be three race heats, including:
1.) Women's Race 2.) Men's Race (you're not getting out of this one, gentlemen)
3.) Children's Bubble Race
Not only will we be racing for a cause, but various local vendors will be at the event selling merchandise, sweets, treats and all those Downtown Easton good eats!
Fall Rummage/Bake Sale
Belfast Wesley United Methodist Church 607 School Rd. Nazareth, PA is having their annual Fall Rummage/Bake Sale on Saturday October 18 from 8:00AM to 12:00PM. Please come join them they would love to see you there!
Horses 4 Hope Open House
Horses 4 Hope Open House & Basket Raffle will be held October 18 from 3-6pm.
Highlights of the day include Pony Rides* Face Painting* Food* Pumpkins for sale* Lots of Raffle Items & much More
Horses 4 Hope is a nonprofit 501c3 that offers free equine assisted therapy & Rescues horses at 927 Laurel Hill Rd Mt. Bethel, Pa 18343. www.horses-4-hope.com 610-674-01593
October 18, 19
Fall Harvest and Saw Mill Show
The Blue Mountain Antique Gas & Steam Engine Association will hold its 35th annual Fall Harvest & Sawmill show October 18 & 19 from 7am to 4pm at the Jacktown Grove on Richmond Road.
There is free admission, free parking and free entertainment.
Attractions include American Sawmill & Wood Splitter, Case Steam Engine, Shinglemill in operation, Apple Butter, Apple Dumplings, Dragsaw, Cord Wood Sawing, Homemade Soup, Tractors, 25 HP Messinger Stationary Steam Engine, Gas Engines, Feed Grinders, 110 HP Stationary Steam Engine, Gas Engines, Feed Grinders, Home Crafts, Flea Market..
A tractor pull will be held Saturday October 18 at 9am. and Church Service 9:00am Sunday October 19. A Kids tractor pull will be held Sunday October 19.
Other attractions include food, Jacktown Ice Cream, Cider, Funnel Cakes, Train Rides and Souvenirs.
Entertainment will be provided by the Keystone Troubadours October 18 from 1-4pm and Country Rhythm Sunday October 19 from 1-4pm.
Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center
Ask The Doc........
by Dr. Gary Williams, DMD
Well, it’s that time again! In most North American homes, the count-down is on for the beginning of a new school year.
It always gets me thinking about the great sampling of people we see in our dental office. From newborns to 90-somethings.
Last week someone asked me the question, “looking in the mouths of many 40 and 50 year-olds, what could have been different if health was addressed when they were, say…15 years old? The answer is a resounding, a lot!
We realize that we do have the opportunity and know-how to change the health future for today’s school kids.
In the year 2014 we have the advantage of all the research, learning, and yes, mistakes that have been made by humans, to learn from. And what does that information say?
Step in early (school age), and maximize every variable for success. Dentistry knows how to achieve a successful long-term outcome. Once dentistry, parents and children comply; we can change the future of your family’s overall health, for the better. Call a Dental Professional today, and change your future.
Cash Prizes for pumpkin carving contest and volunteers needed
Octoberfest this year will be held at Bangor Memorial Park on Saturday and Sunday, October 11th and 12th.
We are looking for groups to participate in the themed, carved pumpkin display. Maybe you own a business and you have a group of employees that would like to get together to carve some pumpkins to enter in the display. You can pick whatever theme you would like. You can search for ideas on the internet.
There have been some interesting themes in the past such as Harry Potter, classic cars, Toy Story, Elvis, etc. Do you play a sport? Maybe your group wants to carve pumpkins to show that sport? The only cost to enter is that you have to buy your own pumpkins. A group of themed pumpkins should have at least 6 or more in their display.
There will be CASH prizes awarded for the top 3 best group of themed, carved pumpkins. Prizes range from $100 to $25.00.
Our scarecrow making booth is in need of adult size small or youth sized clothing such as old pants and shirts.
We are also in search of volunteers to help in all aspects of the event. Volunteers are needed to help with selling tickets, collecting tickets at booths, running booths, helping to set up and clean up the pumpkin displays and working in the food stand.
For more information or to volunteer contact Sherry at 610-588-6894 or Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Battery Recycling Program
Pen Argyl is pleased to announce that they are participating in a battery recycling program. Madison Young, a freshman at Pen Argyl, decided to implement a battery recycling program in her community as her Girl Scout Silver Award Project.
Madison has provided them with a battery recycling container. They will be accepting dry cell batteries: AA, AAA, C, D & 9 volt batteries. For safety purposes, please put a piece of masking tape over the end of each battery.
Batteries are not garbage! In addition to the household batteries being recycled through Madison’s project, your are encouraged to participate in Northampton County’s Semi-Annual Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Events.
Programs like this help make our community a better, safer place, and we encourage everyone to participate in this program for our community.
Slate Belt Senior Center