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Lehigh Valley Active Life, 1633 W Elm St., Allentown, is offering the following programs for seniors in September.
The following groups and disc jockeys will be playing oldies and requests at the Saturday and Wednesday dances, so come out and enjoy the music with your friends.
Sept. 4 – Kato
Sept. 7, 18 – The Henry King Duo
Sept. 21 – Country Dance Band
Sept. 28 – DJ Music Mix with Jerry Deane
Saturday dances will be held 7-10 p.m. and the Wednesday dance will be 1-4 p.m.
Cost per person includes light refreshments.
In the Aug. 28 edition of The East Penn Press, on Page A8, photographs of cars burning rubber along Buckeye Road Aug. 23 before, during and after the Wheels of Time Cruise were shown. Representatives from the Wheels of Time contacted The Press with the following statement: “Wheels of Time does not condone the burnouts due to the smell and thickness of the smoke. No one understands the oncoming traffic consequences if a car goes out of control or blows a tire and people could get hit with debris or killed.
Pennsylvania State Police is asking the community for donations of horses to support its mounted patrol unit.
The department maintains a stable at the Academy in Hershey and relies on donations to fill a complement of 28 horses.
The animals are deployed statewide for searches, crowd control, security and patrol of remote areas.
They also participate in parades, demonstrations and other community events.
Donated horses must be geldings between the ages of five and 15 and stand between 16 hands (5 foot 4 inches at the shoulder) and 18 hands tall.
PENN STATE EXTENSION
The Lehigh Valley Landscape Update will be offered Sept. 10 at the Lehigh County Agricultural Center, 4184 Dorney Park Road, South Whitehall Township. Doors open 4:30 p.m., and the program will run 5-8:45 p.m. with a break for supper and networking.
Discussion will focus on strategies to reduce the impact of pests and diseases in ornamental plants and lawns. This course is for all people involved in the green industry, including landscapers, nursery operators, garden center employees, etc.
The fee to attend includes a networking meal and handouts.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced students in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in the third PennDOT Innovations Challenge which encourages students to use their problem-solving, creative and strategic-thinking abilities to solve real-world transportation challenges in a competition among their peers.
The Allentown Band under the direction of Conductor Ronald Demkee will be performing a concert to salute Bert Myers, the former conductor for 50 years 3 p.m. Sept. 8 at West Park, 16th and Turner Sts., Allentown.
The Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club will hold free public amateur ham radio (not CB) operators and general class licenses classes starting Sept. 3.
Classes will meet 7-9 p.m. for nine weeks.
The simultaneous licensing sessions classrooms are at Gracedale, 2 Gracedale Ave., Nazareth, 18064.
Prospective students should be at least 8 years old.
The Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley moved its headquarters Sept. 1.
PCFLV will be leaving The Banana Factory and moving into an office building at 2132 S. 12th St., Suite 401, Allentown.
“We have loved our time here at The Banana Factory,” PCFLV Executive Director Michelle Zenie said. “But we really want to be closer to Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital, where many of our kids receive their cancer treatments.
The Salisbury Township School District is proud to continue the Distinguished Alumni Wall of Honor.
The program recognizes notable Salisbury Township School District alumni who have brought honor to the Salisbury Township School District.
The district is seeking nominees who have distinguished themselves and contributed to society in an exemplary manner.
Awards are given annually with the number of nominees inducted at the discretion of the selection committee.
The committee will choose from the applications which must be received by Sept. 1.