Salisbury's much-improved golf team defended its home turf, winning a tri match with Wilson and Palmerton last week. The Falcons came up on the short end against Notre Dame Green Pond and Northwestern, losing to both in a road match.
The Falcons had five golfers in the 80s to down the Warriors and Blue Bombers last week at Wedgewood.
Once upon a time, older adults who spent hours reminiscing were told to "stop living in the past."
Today, reminiscing by the aging population is no longer considered a negative sign of old age. Seniors are encouraged by health care professionals and social workers to remember and review decades of life experiences.
Personally, I'm an addict for such history. Whenever an elderly person wants to look back and talk about his or her life, I'm all ears.
Judy O. Morris, 53, of Zionsville, died August 24, 2012, at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. She was the wife of Dr. D. Lynn Morris. Born in Wellsville, N.Y., she was the daughter of Lawrence W. and Marion M. (Lewis) Osgood.
She was a teacher for the past 25 years with the Allentown School District working at South Mountain Middle School and William Allen High School.
She received her bachelor's degree from Kutztown University and her master's degree from DeSales University.
She was a member of Bethel Bible Fellowship, Emmaus.
New teachers to the district attended orientation Aug. 22 and took a break for a photo for The Press.
Easton Corbin opens for The Band Perry, 7 p.m. Aug. 31, Fairgrounds Grandstand, Allentown Fair. Corbin, born April 12, 1982, Gilchrist County, Fla., received an agribusiness degree from the University of Florida College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. He and Briann married Sept. 2, 2006. Corbin's self-titled 2010 debut album includes two No. 1 hits, "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It," and a Top 15 hit, "I Can't Love You Back. His first single, "Lovin' You Is Fun," released in February, is from his second album, "All Over the Road," set for Sept. 18 release.
Starting next month, the nonprofit Appalachian Fiddle and Bluegrass Association's (AFBA) monthly shindigs move to the Fowler Blast Furnace Room, ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem.
Performing at the first event Sept. 9 will be Louie Setzer and the Appalachian Mountain Boys, Hillbilly Souls and Hub Hollow, and several regular supporting bands.
The AFBA shindigs, which feature scheduled performers as well as jam sessions, are noon to approximately 5 p.m. the second Sunday of each month September - April.
Gertrude C. "Trudy" Noon, 89, of Sacred Heart Senior Living, Center Valley, formerly of Macungie, died August 24, 2012. She was the wife of the late William J. Noon who died in 2002. They were married for 53 years. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Charlotte and William Conner.
She worked as a secretary for National Cash Register in New York City until she got married.
She was a devout Catholic and a member of the Assumption Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Colesville.
Mabel Pietropaulo, 97, of Alburtis, originally from Huntington, W.Va., died August 24, 2012 peacefully in her home. She was the wife of the late evangelist Carlo Pietropaulo. They enjoyed 60 years of full-time ministry together. Born in New Boston, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Jacob and Nora (Campbell) Benner.
She and her husband traveled extensively sharing the gospel all over the United States and Canada.
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