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Reminder: The Festival of Trees will be held 4-9 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 15 at the red barn above the north parking lot at Bethany Wesleyan Church, 675 Blue Mountain Drive.
Come out and see a live nativity, Christmas videos and Christmas trees and enjoy some refreshments.
All proceeds benefit Bethany Wesleyan Church’s missions.
Arnold Calvin Wingrove, 94, died Nov. 27, 2018. He was the husband of Pearl (Meyer) Wingrove for 74 years.
Born in South Williamsport, he was a son of the late Arnold Carmine and Cora Mae (Snyder) Wingrove.
He was in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He survived the Battle of Okinawa while serving on the USS Aaron Ward DM34.
He worked in the painting business.
He was formerly an active member of Mt. Pocono Methodist Church.
Louis J. Lendl, 87, of Whitehall, died Nov. 17, 2018. He was the husband of the late Shirley A. (Polakovich) Lendl.
Born in Coplay, he was a son of the late Louis L. and Mary (Gaston) Lendl.
He was in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.
He was employed by the former Fuller Company, Catasauqua, before retiring.
He was a member of St. Peter Roman Catholic Church, Coplay.
He is survived by two sisters, Maryann Moran and Jeanette Prozonic; nieces; and nephews.
Salem United Church of Christ, 615 Third St., will be having a breakfast with Santa 9-11 a.m. Dec. 8.
All ages are welcome.
There is a fee for the breakfast, but those ages 3 and under eat for free.
There will be scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, home fries, pastries, fruit, juice, coffee and much more.
The Catty Club, 226 Pine St., will be having a chicken dinner bingo Dec. 8.
Doors open 4 p.m., and bingo starts 5 p.m.
Contact the club at 610-264-1771 for more information or to purchase tickets.
Catasauqua police responded to these and other calls recently.
An unwanted person in the 300 block of Church Street was reported. The individual left voluntarily, police said.
On North 12th Street, officers investigated a harassment complaint via text messages.
In the 600 block of Bethlehem Road, police checked on a parked vehicle.
The department received a report of lug nuts loosened in the 100 block of Main Street.
Police and UGI were on the scene of a fire in the 600 block of Limestone Street.
Northampton police responded to these and other calls recently.
An unwanted female in the 100 block of Lilac Court was reported.
A domestic dispute occurred between a male and female in the 1300 block of Main Street.
In the 1000 block of Main Street, police responded to a domestic dispute involving a male and female.
Suspicious activity — a phone scam — in the 1800 block of Main Street was reported to the department.
Thank you all who commented on my Oct. 17 Editor’s View on dealing with our Generation Y, Z and millennial family members. It is good to know I am not alone in my frustration with our younger generation not wanting “things” — instead wanting experiences.
Since that Editor’s View, conversations have continued with the fact our children and grandchildren will not want our things when we are gone.
I am a person who sees the value of and appreciates the connection with things from my grandparents that my youngest has already said he will not want.