Coldwell Banker Heritage Real Estate has announced the appointment of Patricia "Tricia" Reed as Vice-President of Business Development and Allentown Marketing Director.
After seven years with Coldwell Banker Heritage, she moved to Hilton Head, S.C., because of her husband's employment.
In 1999, Reed relocated to New Haven, Conn., where she was appointed Manager of Corporate Services and Relocation Director of the Beazley Company.
Central Moravian Church is publishing a new book, "The Moravian Christmas Putz: Bethlehem Moravians Tell the Story of the Birth of Christ," this month, marking the 75 years since Bethlehem became known as Christmas City USA.
That same year, Central Moravian Church opened its doors to its Community Putz for the first time Dec. 24, 1937.
The 72-page volume, with 90 color pictures, tells the history and Moravian traditions surrounding the putz.
"Christmas with the von Trapp Children" returns to Bethlehem for the first time since 2006. Sofia, Melanie, Amanda and Justin, great-grandchildren of Maria and Baron von Trapp of "The Sound of Music" fame, sing holiday classics, favorites from the world-famous musical and movie, and folk and Broadway tunes, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 - 17, Musikfest Café, ArtsQuest Center, SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem. Tickets: artsqeuest.org, 610-332-3378
Tony Jaso (Bethlehem); Tara Wartman McClimon (Douglassville); Heidi Wolfsberger Peoples (Scranton) and Fred Reinhard (Palmerton) made up the class of 2012 that was inducted into the Moravian College Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Nov. 9, in Johnston Hall.
Also being honored was Bill Marsh (Carolina Shores, NC, who was presented with the Robert Martin Herbstman Award), and the 1989 men's track team.
The 80-pound Bethlehem Raiders squad completed a 10-0, undefeated season with a 25-18 victory over the Bethlehem Township Bulldogs in the championship game on Sunday, Oct. 27.
The Raiders jumped out to a 19-0 lead midway through the second quarter on touchdown runs by quarterback Jaylin Freeman and running backs Kyndred Wright and Landon Foster. The Bulldogs rallied with three consecutive touchdown runs by Connor Bevan to close the gap to 19-18 midway through the fourth quarter.
Q. I have high blood pressure and I'm trying to cut down on the sodium in my diet. Should I switch from regular table salt to sea salt?
Sea salt is made from evaporating sea water. Table salt comes from underground mines.
Sea salt sounds healthier doesn't it? It evokes images of crashing surf, tanned bodies, and marlin jumping out of the water.
Sea salt and table salt contain the same amount of sodium chloride. Switching won't help you with your high blood pressure. But you're on the right track.
The Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Road, Allentown, is holding its annual Open House noon - 4 p.m. Nov. 18.
The event will include American Indian craft demonstrations of sweetgrass basketry, quillwork, flute making, bead and leatherwork, and Atlatl throwing.
Learn how to make a corn-usk doll. See the exhibit, "Kachinas: Spirit Dolls of the Hopi," featuring more than 70 hand-carved, hand-painted wooden figures based on Hopi kachinas carved by George Melloy, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. metallurgical engineer.
ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
25th & Livingston Streets
Allentown, 18104 - 610-435-0712
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
9 a.m. Holy Communion
'28 Book of Common Prayer
9 a.m. Church School
Wed., 10 a.m. Healing Service
Rev. Joseph S. Falzone
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
3449 Cherryville Road
Northampton - 610-262-5645
Daniel E. Lundmark, Pastor
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship - 10:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening - 6:00 p.m.
"Me & My Parents" discussion forum will be held 6 p.m. Nov. 13, Traditions of Hanover building, 5300 Northgate Drive, Bethlehem.
The discussion theme is "Early Signs of Dementia," and caring for a parent with memory impairment.
The panel for the first meeting will consist of experts from Fox Rehabilitation and Arden Courts.
Marisa Leaser, Traditions Home Care director, is facilitator.
Attendees may provide questions by contacting Leaser, firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-419-3295
Cleaning up tools and equipment is an important practice related to the garden that should not be ignored in the fall.
Proper cleanup of tools now will leave them in top shape and ready to use when spring comes.
Store tools in a dry place indoors, never outdoors where they will rust over the winter. Keep tools clean and dry. Never put tools away wet. If washing off soil from a tool, dry it when done.
Wheelbarrows, spreaders and garden carts should be cleaned with a hose. Sprayers should be washed with laundry detergent and water.