Salisbury Press

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

SALISBURY TOWNSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 by JACOB MELUSKEY in Local News

Annual Easter egg hunt April 4

The Salisbury Township Advisory Committee met Jan. 20 at the township municipal building.

No changes will be made to the Salisbury Township Recreation and Advisory Committee. All officers for the committee will remain in their positions for 2020.

Committee Chair Mark Wilson happily commented, “It will be the same crew as last year.” Wilson will remain chair, with Patrick Jacoby staying as vice chairman and Kim Ringhoffer remaining as secretary.

LOWER MILFORD TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS

Thursday, December 12, 2019 by JACOB MELUSKEY in Local News

Southern Lehigh Library representative

The Lower Milford Township Supervisors meeting took place Nov. 21 at the township building along Chestnut Hill Church Road near Limeport Pike.

The first presentation was the Southern Lehigh Library report, presented by library representative Ryan Fields. Fields, an attorney, announced the second annual Reading Between the Wines event had a wonderful turn out.

SALISBURY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT

Friday, November 22, 2019 by JACOB MELUSKEY in Local News

District Judge Mike Pochron named to Alumni Wall of Honor

The Salisbury Township School District administration building was packed Nov. 13, as the monthly Salisbury Township School Board meeting was highly anticipated. There were special recognitions, a substantial donation and a happy farewell.

The meeting started with special recognitions by Salisbury Athletic Director Monica Deeb. Recognized were two Salisbury educators for their extended years of service.

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Thursday, May 9, 2019 by JACOB MELUSKEY in Local News

Project Wonder update provided

The Salisbury Township School District curriculum and technology committee met April 29 at Salisbury Middle School to discuss the progress of the district students as a whole, as well as the numerous ongoing innovative projects.

SMS teachers David Beyer and Josh Ecker presented the progress of their students under the new initiative, Project Wonder. The project, initiated by the two teachers, has been ongoing for the past year and includes 17 students from the middle school.