Tre Jordan (7) of Pius X is about to burst through a hole on his way to an 85-yard run that set up Dalton Tucker's second field goal in the first half. The Royals went on to rout Marian Catholic 45-14 to win the Class A District XI title in a game played at Andrew S. Leh Stadium in Nazareth Saturday night. Jordan also had a 86-yard TD run and nearly 500 yards in total offense. PHOTO GALLERY (See more photos tomorrow) (More photos below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Spectators stand during Veterans Day ceremonies at Bangor Memorial Park Tuesday morning. (More Photos Below) PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Jon Moran of Pius X makes a sensational one-handed grab for a touchdown on a pass from Tre Jordan in the first quarter of the Royals' 45-14 win over Marian Catholic to take the Class A District XI title in a game played at Andrew S. Leh Stadium in Nazareth Saturday night. The Royals will play the winner of Calvary Christian and Delaware Valley Christian Friday night at Nazareth. PHOTO GALLERY (See more photos tomorrow) (More photos below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Dalton Tucker of Pius X kicked field goals of 34, 23 and 22 yards, during the Royals' 45-14 win over Marian Catholic to take the Class A District XI title in a game played at Andrew S. Leh Stadium in Nazareth Saturday night. Tucker now has kicked five consecutive field goals in the past two games. PHOTO GALLERY (See more photos tomorrow) (More photos below) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Merlin Repsher plays taps during Veterans Day ceremonies at Bangor Memorial Park Tuesday morning. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
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Safe Haven Volunteer Meeting
Come to Cherry's Sunset Restaurant, Route 209, Kresgeville at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, November 18 for a bite to eat and meet the volunteers of Safe Haven Dog Rescue.
Safe Haven Pet Rescue is a small group of dedicated volunteers from the West End of the Poconos who save highly adoptable dogs from high kill and overcrowded shelters and finds them loving homes. Shelter killing is the number one cause of dog deaths and Safe Haven has saved more than 700 lives so far.
Safe Haven Rescue needs volunteers to help with adoption days, fundraising, transporting dogs to vets and groomers and fostering homeless dogs until they find their forever homes. Help save homeless dogs.
For more information about Safe Haven, and to find Volunteer and Foster applications, please visit www.SafeHavenPa.org . Contact Safe Haven at SafeHaven@epix.net. Join Safe Haven Pa on Facebook.
NCC to Hold Campus Tours
Northampton Community College (NCC) will hold tours of its Main Campus on several upcoming dates. Prospective students and their families are invited to tour the campus, learn about the College’s 100+ academic programs and student life and get answers to their questions from admissions staff.
The tours are scheduled for:
November 18, and December 18 at 3:30 p.m. and on December 2 at 11:30 a.m. The tours last approximately two hours.
The NCC Main Campus is located at 3835 Green Pond Road, in Bethlehem Township. Tours will begin at the Student Enrollment Center.
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Bangor Leaf Vacuuming
Please note that Bangor will be doing leaf vacuuming during the workweek from November 10th to November 26th. Please note that any leaf piles containing dog waste, stones, grass, or twigs will be passed over.
Pen Argyl Leaf Removal
Pen Argyl Borough leaf removal is underway. No leaves should be placed out for collection from 11/21/14-12/1/14 due to Thanksgiving Holiday and holiday light installation. Collection will resume on 12/2/2014 and continue through 12/05/14.
Leaves will not be picked up if they have sticks, acorns or animal feces in the piles. Avoid putting leaves out 2 days before rain or foul weather, especially in the hilly areas of the Borough. During storms leaf piles can clog storm basins and cause water damage to streets and private property. Whenever possible, park away from leaf piles.
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.
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.
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