The Center for Humanistic Change will give a presentation on heroin and opioid prevention education for parents and guardians 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 17 at Salisbury High School, 500 E. Montgomery St., Allentown.
Participants will learn about heroin and opioids and how they are used, be able to recognize signs and symptoms of use, understand addiction as a brain disease, learn about the effects of use on health, relationships and life and be able to identify local resources, including how and where to find help.
The program is open to the public.
The health risks of vaping and e-cigarettes will be discussed Sept. 26 in a program at Salisbury High School, 500 E. Montgomery St.
The event will be held 7-8 p.m. in the school auditorium.
Hear from experts about the risks and dangers of using e-cigarettes including the recent outbreak of severe injuries linked with vaping.
James A. Ritter, Esquire has returned to private practice, providing his clients with personalized service in the areas of elder law, estate planning and administration and real estate.
His office remains in Emmaus, at 111 E. Harrison St., where he has practiced for over 17 years.
Attorney Robert (Bob) B. Roth, of The Roth Law Firm, has joined Ritter in the Emmaus office.
Historic Hotel Bethlehem recently was selected by USA TODAY for the 2019 annual Readers Choice Awards: 10 best Historic Hotels.
One of 20 country-wide hotels nominated, Hotel Bethlehem was chosen by a panel of historic hotel experts.
Hotel Bethlehem affiliated with Historic Hotels of America in 2004.
It is the first time the hotel has been nominated.
Hotel Bethlehem is ranked third on the list.
For information, visit www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-historic-hotel-2019.
Ranking first is The Peabody Memphis in Memphis, Tenn.
The Emmaus High School Class of 1974 will hold its 45th class reunion Oct. 5 at Iron Lakes Country Club. Contact Deb at Emmaus1974@gmail.com for more information.
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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.