The Civil War Round Table of Eastern Pennsylvania will be hosting lawyer, educator, lecturer Malcolm Gross May 7 at Day's Inn, 3400 Airport Road, Allentown.
He will be discussing "The Trial of John Brown."
Dinner will be 6:30 p.m. Program at 7:30 p.m.
Reservations are required for the dinner and must be made by May 2.
There is a fee for both the dinner and program.
James R. Anderson, 58, of Emmaus, formerly of Whitebear, died April 23, 2013, in his home surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Tammy A. (Kern) Anderson for 26 years and together for 33 years. "Tammy was my life, we laughed together, cried together and stayed together all the way until the end of my life. I have four children whom were there for me whenever possible and I appreciated everything they did for me; Raymond and his wife Trudy, Rebecca and her husband Christopher Crilley, Joseph and his wife Tiffany. I had wonderful grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Wayne F. Weida, 89, of Emmaus, died April 26, 2013, in Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township after a short illness. He was the husband of Gloria J. (Fasching) Weida. They were married for 63 years. He was the son of the late Stanley and Bertha (Frey) Weida.
He was co-owner of Weida's Charcoal Drive-In in Wescosville for 33 years with his brothers, Donald and Amos, until 1986.
He served his country with honor in the CB1 Theater during World War II as a pilot in the Army Air Corps with a rank of first lieutenant.
John J. Zampino, 46, of Alburtis, died April 23, 2013. He was the husband of Ellen (Kosciolek) Zampino. Born in Camden, N.J., he was the son of the late Lena A. (Minnite) Zampino and Joseph W. Zampino, of Alburtis.
He was a mail handler for the United States Post Office in Moorestown, N.J. for several years.
He was a member of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church, Orefield.
He enjoyed the beach, fishing and loved spending time with his sons.
To the Editor:
I am writing in support of Ron Beitler in the upcoming primary election for Lower Macungie Township Commissioner. Ron is a small business owner and local product having graduated from Emmaus High School in 1998.
Allentown Public Library, 1210 Hamilton St., Allentown, will be hosting teen author Claire J. Griffin at a meet and chat evert 2-3 p.m., May 4.
Griffin will be discussing her book "Nowhere to Run."
For more information, call 610-820-2400 or visit www.allentownpl.org.
Young Musicians of the Allentown Music Club will meet 2 p.m. May 4 at Cedarbrook Nursing Home, South Whitehall.
They will be performing a free concert as well as holding open auditions for the club.
New members are welcome.
The music club is open to all children ages 5-18, who desire opportunities to showcase their talents on musical instruments or with voice.
The Young Musicians promote music performance, education and enjoyment.
For more information, call Emily Reyes at 610-398-0781.
Envision Lehigh Valley will host a one-of-a-kind virtual public 8 to 9 p.m. May 13 to garner feedback from residents of the Lehigh Valley about what they want to see in the Lehigh Valley in the next five, 10 or 20 years. The unique virtual meeting will allow anyone to jump into the broadcast through a specific link and chat live with a panel of city planners from Easton, Bethlehem and Allentown as well as a regional planner from the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission.
CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY GREATER LEHIGH VALLEY, Bethlehem is looking for someone who loves to walk and would like to lead their weekly walking club. Must be able to lead a team of walkers on a 2.5 mile, hour long walk through the neighborhood around the main house. Contact Becky Morgan at 610-861-7555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jean Woehrle, 79, of Emmaus, died April 22, 2013, in her residence. She was the wife of the late John T. "Jack" Woehrle. She was born in Scranton.
She worked as an accountant for the former Stroh's Brewery for many years.
She was a member of Citizens Fire Company #2.
She is survived by daughters, Jacqueline J. and her husband Michael H. Eremus of Alburtis, Susan M. and her companion Mark Epstein of Allentown, and Cynthia and her husband Robert Ott of Emmaus.
Contributions may be made to a favorite animal rescue organization.