State Rep. Zach Mako, R-183rd, invited senior citizens and their families to a senior expo Sept. 14.
This free event was held at Bethany Wesleyan Church, 675 Blue Mountain Drive, Cherryville, and hosted more than 70 local, state and federal agencies and organizations directed toward the needs of senior citizens. Companies such as LANTA Bus transportation services, SeniorLIFE life insurance, Good Shepard Rehabilitation Center and more attended the expo to inform senior citizens about the services they have to offer.
For 35 years, communities across the United States have been partnering up with their neighborhood law enforcement for a once-a-year community-building event. Known as National Night Out, this gathering works toward building strong relationships between law enforcement personnel and the residents of the areas they serve.
The Lehigh Township Police Department participated in its second National Night Out Aug. 7 at Berlinsville Park, and officers were again impressed by the community turnout.
George Wolf Elementary School strives to keep its students learning during the long months of summer.
First-grade teacher Jen Horn came up with the idea for an outdoor library, where students had the opportunity to donate and borrow books each week while enjoying snacks and drinks with classmates. With the help of faculty and students, the school, 300 Allen St., Bath, was able to pull off this event 10 a.m.-noon every Tuesday of the summer.