Northampton Press

Sunday, September 15, 2019
Vehicles are lined up July 27 for the fifth annual Northampton Area School District Student Council car show, held at Bicentennial Park West, East Allen Township. The event included 30 awards, door prizes, a tricky tray, food, a deejay and a craft and flea market, with all proceeds benefiting NASD Student Council.PRESS PHOTOS BY STEPHANIE RAPHUN Vehicles are lined up July 27 for the fifth annual Northampton Area School District Student Council car show, held at Bicentennial Park West, East Allen Township. The event included 30 awards, door prizes, a tricky tray, food, a deejay and a craft and flea market, with all proceeds benefiting NASD Student Council.PRESS PHOTOS BY STEPHANIE RAPHUN
Mary Wood’s bright-green 1923 Ford T Bucket is an attraction for many. More than 150 cars of various makes and models were registered. Mary Wood’s bright-green 1923 Ford T Bucket is an attraction for many. More than 150 cars of various makes and models were registered.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOAttending the car show, from left, are Joseph S. Kovalchik, NASD superintendent of schools; Ed Pany, Atlas Cement Company Memorial Museum curator; David Gogel, NASD Board of Education president; Chuck Frantz, East Allen Township Recreation Department director; and Roy Maranki, school board member. Maranki and his wife, Sue, organize the car show, with the help of Frantz. Gogel CONTRIBUTED PHOTOAttending the car show, from left, are Joseph S. Kovalchik, NASD superintendent of schools; Ed Pany, Atlas Cement Company Memorial Museum curator; David Gogel, NASD Board of Education president; Chuck Frantz, East Allen Township Recreation Department director; and Roy Maranki, school board member. Maranki and his wife, Sue, organize the car show, with the help of Frantz. Gogel

Cars on display

Wednesday, July 31, 2019 by The Press in Local News