The Salisbury Township Environmental Advisory Council will host an informational evening for the community, ”Residential Recycling and How to Do It The Right Way” 7 p.m. Aug. 21 at the Salisbury Township municipal building, 2900 S. Pike Ave., Allentown. The presentation will include how impact of contamination affects recycling and what residential recycling materials are accepted for curbside pickup.
The Salisbury Township Environmental Advisory Council will host an informational evening for the community, “Residential Recycling and How to Do It The Right Way” 7 p.m. Aug. 21 at the Salisbury Township municipal building, 2900 S. Pike Ave., Allentown. The presentation will include how impact of contamination affects recycling and what residential recycling materials are accepted for curbside pickup.
Can you believe that the first day of school is fast approaching?
According to Salisbury Township School District Superintendent Dr. Randy Ziegenfuss, start of school information, including schedules for secondary students, teacher assignments for elementary students and bus assignments for all students will be available in the community portal Aug. 15. Visit https://bit.ly/2LyGB8H at that time to access student information. Ziegenfuss noted an internal error opened the portal for access prior to everything being finalized. He asked that information be disregarded and updated information will be available soon.
Western Salisbury Elementary School will host a new family welcome 9:30 to 11 a.m. Aug. 15. Any family new to the building, whether the student is in kindergarten or first through fifth grade, is welcome to come and meet some staff, tour the building and find out how things work at WSE. Come on down!
The Salisbury Township School District website is currently under construction. The basics are there, but some items are still missing. It really looks different. When it is finished, I will be taking some time to explore so I know where everything is located.
Have you ever taken your children to a live theater performance? DeSales University has one of the best children’s theaters in the Lehigh Valley. I used to take my boys there every summer and they loved it. Children have the option to sit in a regular seat or on the carpet surrounding the stage. After every performance, the actors come to the foyer for photos and autographs. This year they are performing “The Adventures of Robin Hood and Maid Marian.” Showtimes are 10 a.m. Tuesday-Saturday at the Schubert Theatre. Visit www.pashakespeare.org to purchase tickets.
Salisbury Township School District will host summer library hours 9:30-11:30 a.m. July 10 and 17 at Harry S Truman Elementary School. Come check out all the amazing things in a book.
Salisbury Township will hold a community night 5-8 p.m. July 16 at Salisbury Middle School. The event includes food, fun and entertainment for the whole family. Hope to see you there!
Still looking for something to do with your kids this summer? The Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus does not disappoint. They have five-day camps, one-day camps, hikes, animal observations and much more. Some items are free, some have a fee, but most of them you must register for on their website. So check out all they have to offer at wildlandspa.org.
Ever get through a long day of work or school and feel both mentally and physically drained even though you spent most of the day sitting at a desk, barely moving a muscle?
Salisbury Youth Association is now holding registrations for several fall activities.
Fall baseball registrations are open and there are two ways to register. Visit www.syasports.net, select “fall baseball registrations” and follow the directions. You can also print out the registration form and mail it with payment to the address found online. For questions, or to have a registration form emailed to you, contact Arden Strickland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fees are due at time of registration.
Allentown Central Catholic High School’s Baccalaureate Mass was held June 6 at St. Thomas More Parish in Allentown. Many priests from ACCHS’ feeder parishes joined chaplain Fr. Mark Searles in celebrating this mass to recognize the Class of 2019.
The Distinguished Alumni Award was presented during the evening to Greg Kelly (1979), Sheila O’Donnell (1983), and Michael Sweetana (1985).