Bethlehem Press

Monday, September 16, 2019
“Dragon Wagon” may sound scary, but for this rider it was a hoot. “Dragon Wagon” may sound scary, but for this rider it was a hoot.
Mary Jo and Roosevelt Rebimbas stop for drinks at a food stand. Mary Jo and Roosevelt Rebimbas stop for drinks at a food stand.
The ride hadn’t begun, but the riders started “Rockin’ Out” anyway. The ride hadn’t begun, but the riders started “Rockin’ Out” anyway.
Noah is the picture of concentration as he steers his vehicle on the fire truck ride. Noah is the picture of concentration as he steers his vehicle on the fire truck ride.
Crystal Kuhns catches a break as she waits for the next contestants at the “College Point” game -- beer pong without the beer. Crystal Kuhns catches a break as she waits for the next contestants at the “College Point” game -- beer pong without the beer.
Flying high -- and fast -- at Paratrooper. Flying high -- and fast -- at Paratrooper.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DENNIS GLEWA balloon artist dazzles kids with her productions. Here she welcomes twins Gavin and Landon, who are with their cousin Mackensie. PRESS PHOTOS BY DENNIS GLEWA balloon artist dazzles kids with her productions. Here she welcomes twins Gavin and Landon, who are with their cousin Mackensie.
Rides make guys hungry. Nathaniel and Benjamin recharge as Linda (left) and Jodie, their grandmother and mother, respectively, catch their breath. Rides make guys hungry. Nathaniel and Benjamin recharge as Linda (left) and Jodie, their grandmother and mother, respectively, catch their breath.
After this flying saucer whirled them for several minutes, would the riders be able to walk straight? Sort of. After this flying saucer whirled them for several minutes, would the riders be able to walk straight? Sort of.

Hanover Twp. carnival a welcome spring attraction

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 by Dorothy Glew Special to the Bethlehem Press in Local News

The weather could not have been better for the Hanover Township Community Days Carnival, which ran from May 8-11.

It was particularly sunny and mild May 10 as children, parents and some grandparents came for numerous rides, refreshment stands and booths at which they could compete for prizes.

Additionally, there was live entertainment from a six-piece band and singer.

It was a fine time for the community, as young attendees rode the Teacup ride by Zamperla and several vehicles, such as a fire truck, a motorcycle and a convertible, while others munched on hot dogs and other fair fare.