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From the Editor’s Desk

Joe Korba

The Northern Lehigh Food Bank Needs You This time of year is often the most sentimental. The holiday season can induce a kind of sepia-toned nostalgia, often with those proverbial warm, fuzzy feelings. Most of us are lucky enough to gather around a table with our family and friends and indulge in enough turkey, stuffing, desserts and other treats to render us immobile in front of the television for the rest of the evening. Unfortunately, many of our neighbors don’t share in the luxury of enjoying a Thanksgiving or Christmas meal. Food insecurity is a major issue in the country and in our communities. According to a report released by the United States Department of Agriculture in 2009, 16.7 million children live in food insecure households. The USDA also reports that one in six adults are suffering from hunger. Food insecurity can make the holidays a time of stress, anxiety, and sadness for families struggling in this tough economic climate. The high unemployment rate and cutting of food programs exacerbate the situation. The Northern Lehigh Food Bank at 7884 Center St. in Emerald is facing a shortfall in meat (and other food) donations for the holidays. They currently need meat for households that have three to nine members. Any type of protein is fine, including chicken, ham,

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turkey, pork, beef, and fish. They will also accept any type of non-perishable food for Christmas distribution. The food donations are needed by Friday, Dec. 13. The NL Food Bank is also calling for volunteers to help on Saturday, Dec. 14 during the Christmas distribution from 9 to 11 a.m. Donations to the NL Food Bank can also be dropped off at the Town & Country Gazette offices at 4685 Lehigh Drive in Walnutport. If you are interested in donating or volunteering, you can get more information by calling the food bank at 610-767-9525. The NL Food Bank is by no means the only area distribution center that needs volunteers and donations this time of year. If you are fortunate enough to have any extra food or time, please consider sharing it with your local food pantry and help your neighbors in need.

Blue Mountain’s Best Stories about your newsworthy neighbors! By now, you’ve all met Anthony George, People to People Ambassador and Australian Outback explorer, as part of our new monthly feature. In the first issue of every month, you’ll read about community members who have unique and interesting stories. If you know someone who deserves a moment in the Gazette spotlight, tell us about them! Email Danielle at using the subject line “TCG NOMINATION.” We need submissions for 2014!


Read about Jake Marunich, a senior at Northern Lehigh HS, who became a Junior Dragster NHRA track champ at 15 years old.   

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Lehighton mother offering HALOS to suicide survivors By Danielle Tepper Editor’s Note: Nov. 23, 2013 is International Survivors of Suicide Day. Wanting to spread awareness, Gail Strohl reached out to a number of local media outlets in an attempt to share her story and let people know that she is willing to lend the listening ear that she could not find herself six years ago. The Town & Country Gazette is the only one that responded. Gail Strohl lost her youngest of five children on August 27, 2007. At age 20, Kyle Strohl “had it made at Kyle Strohl the time,” according to his mother. He was in his own band, he had a car, a girlfriend, and a job, and yet, he took his own life that day for reasons that are still a mystery to his family. In the wake of her loss, Strohl found she had nowhere to turn. Her grief and frustration led her to the eventual conception of her self-run support group, HALOS (Hope After a Loved One’s Suicide). Strohl said it took three years before she could even get on her feet. “I basically went to work and came home and that’s all I could do,” she explained. “Thank God I had to go to work, because it made me get out of bed every day. You just don’t want to function.” When she finally started searching for resources, Strohl found nothing. “Carbon County Mental Health didn’t seem to want to help because suicide is something so difficult, they always assume the victim was mentally ill. Continued on Page 44

To my friend, A new neighbor moved into the house by my grandparents' farm. They had a son the same age as me. We played when I visited. The next year, we moved there too. My friend and I were inseparable. We rode the bus together, later were scouts, and later were Best Man at each other's weddings. We kept in touch, although our lives differed. Our work sent us both to the Steel. When it was closing, my friend was injured. We became close again. Our friendship never faltered. Last week, my friend left this world ... Goodbye, Bruce. Your friend, Butch | November 21, 2013

Meet the Staff Forget the turkey, Thanksgiving is

all about the delicious side dishes! What’s a traditional accompaniment that has a spot on your table each and every year—and are you willing to share the recipe? Danielle Tepper, Publishing Assistant: I’m rarely allowed in the kitchen, especially on holidays, but in between the Macy’s parade and our family’s arrival, I try to help where I can. For as long as I can remember, my mom has made broccoli casserole. Not exactly high on my list of favorite vegetables, this cheesy concoction (complete with Ritz crackers!) manages to be a delicious addition every single year. 1/2 stick butter 2 eggs 1 can cream of mushroom soup 16 crushed Ritz crackers 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese 2 packages chopped frozen broccoli, thawed Combine butter, soup and eggs in blender. Combine thawed broccoli with cheese in casserole dish. Pour blender mixture over and stir. Sprinkle with crushed cracker crumbs. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for one hour. Joe Korba, Associate Publisher: I still go to my mom’s place for holiday meals, and thus don’t have much of a hand in preparing anything. I do, however, like to create my own WaWa “Gobbler” sandwich knock-off with the leftovers. Two big pieces of Italian bread (or paska, if you want to get fancy with it) with pretty much any leftovers from the Thanksgiving table—turkey, stuffing, gravy, and the essential ingredient that ties it all together, cranberry sauce—in between. So. Good. Alice Wanamaker, Publishing Assistant: Alice: Thanksgiving is by far, my most favorite day of the year. It’s the one time all year when overeating is partially accepted and sweatpants at the dinner table are almost expected! Traditionally, I haven’t been the one to cook the main or side dishes. Besides the filling and gravy and the bird itself, my favorite Thanksgiving side dish is homemade Continued on Page 6

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Meet the Staff Continued from Page 5 macaroni and cheese. Admittedly, it is a little unconventional for such a big meal, but you can’t go wrong with mac & cheese— even those at the kids’ table love this one! 1 box of elbow macaroni 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 stick of butter or margarine 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese 1 cup grated cheddar cheese 1 cup grated white American cheese 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup bread crumbs 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. In a large pot, bring the water and salt to a boil. Add the macaroni and cook for 7 minutes, stirring occasionally. Drain noodles and return them to the pot and

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stir in the butter or margarine until melted. Stir in onion and garlic salt. Combine cheese in separate bowl. Add half of cheese mixture to noodles. Add the milk mixture to the pot with the macaroni. Stir until combined. Spoon into greased 8” baking pan. Spread bread crumbs over noodles. Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top. Bake, uncovered, for 30 minutes or until the cheese on top is golden brown. Donna Bachman, Accounting Manager: Every year for the past ten years or more, my family gets together one weekend and makes pumpkin rolls prior to Thanksgiving Day. We make enough for all of us to enjoy for the holiday parties and festivities coming up through the end of the year. Our annual Pumpkin Roll Day this year was on Sunday, Nov. 3. We accomplished 24 pumpkin rolls in less than five hours including clean-up. Pumpkin Roll: 3 eggs 1 cup sugar 2/3 cup pumpkin 3/4 cup flour 1 tsp baking powder 2 tsp cinnamon Filling: 4 tbsp of butter 8 ounces cream cheese 1 cup powdered sugar 1/2 tsp vanilla Beat the eggs and sugar until creamy. Line cookie sheet with wax paper. Pour roll mix onto sheet and spread evenly. Sprinkle with one cup

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of nuts (optional). Bake at 350 for about 15-20 minutes until toothpick is clean. Roll with wax paper on and let cool in roll position. When cooled off, unroll and spread with filling mixture. Roll up again and wrap in saran wrap and then tin foil. Freeze until you are ready to serve. Cut frozen in slices. Tony Pisco, Art Director: My grandmother would always make sugar cookies for my brother and I to eat after the Thanksgiving meal was completed.  It was a great reminder that Christmas was soon on its way. Although, it was quite rare for the cookies to make it all the way to Christmas! Tyler Trumbauer, Staff Writer: Side dishes are probably more important than turkey to me and my going away favorite is mashed potatoes. I could eat them with any main dish in any meal. Typically, I try to sample as many side dishes as my plate can hold and if I run out of space, I get a second plate!

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Northern Lehigh Girls Softball Signups

Submitted by David Lear Northern Lehigh girls’ softball spring sign-ups will be held three days in December. Sign-ups will be at Slatington Elementary on Dec. 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. and Dec. 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. They will also be held at Rentschler’s Chevrolet on Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. to noon. Age groups are from 6 years of age up to 19 years of age. For more information, contact Dave Lear at 610-216-6129. Practices begin in January for the spring season.

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Girl Scout Santa Shop

Submitted by Ann Hoff The Northampton and Bath Girls Scout troops are having a Santa Shop at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Northampton on Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 2p.m. Included in the shop will be jewelry, ornaments, holiday decorations, hair accessories and more. The snack bar will be open with items for purchase. All proceeds benefit the local Girl Scout troops.

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Submitted by Joint Hometown News Service Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Kamilah I. Powell graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eightweek program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Powell is the daughter of Stacie Austin of Northampton. She is a 2009 graduate of Northampton Area Senior High School.

Submitted by Sean Dallas Lehigh Carbon Community College’s (LCCC) English as a Second Language (ESL) and GED Preparation programs serve a great number of adult learners and the need for tutors is constantly growing. Volunteer tutors are needed to work with adults at least three hours per week on reading, writing, math, and/or language skills. The next tutor orientation session will be held Thursday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m. at LCCC in Allentown. To be eligible to serve as a tutor, individuals need to have a Bachelor’s degree or be working towards one. For more information or to RSVP for a Tutor Orientation session, please call Gloria Lowell at 610-799-1216 or email

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Off The Shelf Affordable Care Act Explained

Submitted by Louise Bechtel Learn about the Affordable Care Act. The library will be hosting a program presented by Dot Hartman, a federal health exchange navigator for Lehigh County. She will provide information which will help in choosing health coverage in the current marketplace. The program will take place on Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. at the library (650 Main St. in Slatington). Please call the

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library to register. Registration is free. The last wellness lecture for the year will be on Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. The topic will be “Influenza: Attacking a serious issue head-on.” Now available at the library: The two-disc DVD set of the Slatington Centennial Celebration is now available for purchase. These DVDs were converted from the 16 mm. film taken by Mummy Studios in 1964. The price is $30. If you preordered a copy, they are also ready for pick-up. Library hours are Monday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; closed Thursday and Sunday. Contact us at 610-767-6461.

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Christmas Kids Toy Bingo Friday December 6, 2013 Vigilant Fire Company 110 S. Walnut Street, Slatington Doors & Kitchen Open At 5 PM Bingo Starts at 7 PM Limited To 100 Seats! $20 Per Ticket Includes 25 Games Of Bingo!

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U-10 Girls A Champions!!

Submitted by Brad Kratzer Lehigh Township U10 girls just completed the regular season and end-of-year tournament without a loss. The Mighty Ninja 9 took double overtime to win their semi-final game and another double overtime followed by penalty kicks to win the championships. These nine girls played all year with 110% effort and it showed in their victory. Everyone involved could not be more proud of these girls. The team consisted of: Brianna Brabec, Brianna Weaver, Caitlyn Kratzer, Kylie Gilliard, Korrine Andersch, Julia Mertz, Rachel Hudson, Lauren Straub and Erika Bodish and were coached by Jay and Brad.

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Governor Wolf Historical Society Annual Christmas House Tour

Submitted by Julia Swan The Governor Wolf Historical Society will hold its 33nd annual Christmas House Tour of historic homes and landmarks from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. A patrons’ tour will be held Friday evening, Dec. 6. Some of the six interesting homes featured this year have never been on the tour before. Two of the houses are near Slatington; a lovely traditional stone house and a unique two-story log home. In the Airport Road area, there are two stone houses and just outside of Bath, another log and frame home. Finally, there is a beautiful stone house near Point Phillip. All the homes, as well as the Siegfried Log Cabin in Bath, will be decorated for the holidays by local florists. The society’s campus, 6600 Jacksonville Road in Bath, will again be open for the tour with a total of 15 crafters in all three buildings, a fresh wreath and swag sale, hearth cooking demonstration and tastings, complimentary refreshments and more. New this year, the Daily Grind Café will be open in the Monocacy School, to take a break with a beverage and pastry, eat lunch or purchase food to take with you on the house tour route. The cafe will operate from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, Nov. 16. Tickets for the Saturday tour are $17 in advance and $20 the day of the tour. They are on sale at Bath Drug, S. Seem Antiques and Artisans, Country Capers, Curt’s Cyclery and Miller Supply Ace Hardware. Tickets for the Friday evening candlelight tour and buffet are $48 ($40 for society members). All proceeds benefit the society’s restoration of its buildings. Tickets are for sale the day of the tour at the society campus, just off Route 512, three miles north of Route 22, between Bethlehem and Bath. For further information, go to or call 610-837-9015.

Come One, Come All

Submitted by Joann Kercsmar “Christmas in the Park” is Saturday, Dec. 7 in Palmerton’s Borough Park. Festivities begin at noon with holiday musical selections from school choruses. Santa arrives at the bandstand at 1 p.m. Forty decorated trees will line the park pathways for all to see. Carolers and music will continue throughout the afternoon. Food and craft vendors will be there too. Highlighting this event will be the 4:30 p.m. lighting of the new lights around the park along with the lighting of 40 trees. Proceeds benefit the Holiday Lights Fund.

Bach & Handel Christmas Concert

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December 7, 2013 12 noon and 3 p.m. St. Mark’s Episcopal Church 21 Race St., Jim Thorpe Tickets: $12 adults, children 10 and under free Enjoy 15% discount day of St. Mark’s Concert for each ticket purchase at participating restaurants Purchase tickets at 570-325-4794, Dimmick Library & Nutritional Needs Online Tickets:

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Lehigh Township Athletic Association

Submitted by Felicia Mullen The Lehigh Township Athletic Association U16 co-ed soccer team had an amazing and exciting fall season. Under the coaching direction of Eric Angle and Brian Graver, the Lions finished the regular season with an undefeated record of 10-0. The team wrapped up the season winning the Garcia Cup on Nov. 3, 2013. They were undefeated going into the final and won with a heart-pounding win over Palmer (two overtimes and two sets of penalty kicks). Congratulations U16! Congratulations to the LTAA girls U12A and girls U10A team for also winning the Garcia Cup that weekend.


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Girl of the Month Slatington Woman’s Club November 2013 Submitted by Babette Guss


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The Slatington Woman’s Club has recognized Jamie Miller of Slatington, Pa. as the Girl of the Month for September 2013. Jamie is the daughter of Michele Miller and James Miller and the sister of Nicholas Miller. Jamie is a student at Northern Lehigh High School where she is active in student government, music and language clubs as well as a member of the Jazz Band. Jamie’s school activities include Student Council (President), Honor Society, Spanish Club, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Women’s Choir, Jazz Band, Percussion Ensemble, Musical Pit Orchestra, Show Choir, and SADD. She has received honors in the following areas: President’s Educat Church. She also serves as a Councilor at the Bowman Park Camp Association. Jamie plans to attend college as a Physician’s Assistant major and enter the mission field as a medical missionary.

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LTRT Announces Raffle Winners

Submitted by Nancy Thatcher Lehigh Township Rails to Trails wishes to thank everyone who bought tickets to our “Dine A-Round Lehigh Township” fundraiser. It was one of our most successful ventures. The first prize of three $25 gift certificates went to Barbara of Northampton. Shirley of Danielsville received the second prize of two $25 certificates, and John and Susan of Lehighton won third prize, one $25 gift certificate. We would also like to thank the Lehigh Township restaurants who generously donated the certificates: The Oaks Restaurant at Woodstone Country Club, Pizza Como North, Pennsville Tavern and Stagecoach Stop, Blue Mountain Drive-In, and Mama’s Pizza. Proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards our continued development of outdoor recreational opportunities in and around the township for people of all ages. In January 2014, we will be having a membership drive and pizza party. This event will enable you to learn all about us. In the spring of 2014, we will be having a grand opening of a picnic area at Lock 25 along the Walnutport Canal. Watch for information about each of these events in future editions of this publication. For more information about our organization, call 610-767-0676.

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Domestic Short Hair & Calico Mix Adult • Female • Medium

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If you want constant companionship and a loving lap cat, then I am the gal for you. I also like sleeping on the shelf of the TV stand or in a cardboard box. I get along with most other cats and sometimes play with the kittens in the shelter house. Sometimes I like to have my quiet time in the office. I was born in 2003, but I have many good years ahead! I was rescued as a tiny kitten. A nice lady adopted me and loved me very much, but then a few years ago, she lost her job and her home and had to return me to the shelter. I am spayed, up to date on shots, and Leuk neg. Please call the shelter: 610-760-9009 or 610-737-4057. House trained • Spayed/Neutered Shots Current

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2014 Ambulance Subscription Program Submitted by Eric Wescoe For the residents and businesses in the Communities of Allen Township, Borough of Catasauqua, Hanover Township, Lehigh Township, Borough of North Catasauqua and Borough of Northampton. Northampton Regional Emergency Medical Services 2014 Ambulance Subscription Program has begun. All mailing addresses will receive information about this program in their mail. Northampton Regional EMS is a nonprofit organization and primarily supported by subscriptions fees, insurance payments and

donations. Northampton Regional EMS received no direct funding from taxes. This subscription programs was created to offer protection to members by controlling out of pocket expenses. For an annual fee, subscribers are relieved of expenses such as insurance co-payments and deductibles for medically necessary emergency ambulance transports. Northampton Regional EMS provides 24-hour-a-day Advanced and Basic Life Support Ambulance Services. We also provide CPR Training, Public Relation Events, Standby Services and community relations programs to the communities of Allen Township, Borough of Catasauqua, Hanover Township, Lehigh Township, Borough of North Catasauqua and Borough of Northampton. Please call 610262-0800 for more information or to obtain a subscription enrollment form. Northampton Regional EMS would like to thank you for your past and future support.

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Our needlecraft group meets on Friday mornings, with many hands working on projects: Hats and scarves for the giving tree at Grace UCC, handmade ornaments for the tree in Harrisburg, lap-robes for wounded warriors, tiny caps for preemies, and  more. A collection of non-perishables food items are being collected for the local food bank this month, as well as Christmas cards for soldiers recovering at Walter Reed Army Hospital.

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•Good Shepherd Church Slatington playgroup 10:30 a.m. ages 2-5. (1st & 3rd) FMI 610760-1687. •Polka, Laurel Fire Co. 5 p.m. -7 p.m. (3rd & 4th Thurs.) FMI: 610-262-2077. •Bingo, Emerald Fire Co. 6:30 p.m. •Bingo, Petersville R&G Club 7 p.m. •Country Western Line & Partner Dancing, 7 - 9:30 p.m. Dancing and Lessons. Vigilant Fire Hall. FMI: 610-760-1917 •Rotary Club, Blue Ridge Country Club, Palmerton, 6:15 p.m. FMI 484-951-2468. •Al-Anon Family Group, St. John’s UCC, Palmerton, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. FMI 484-221-1026. •American Legion Aux. Slatington at Legion 7:30 p.m. (1st Thurs.) FMI 610-760-1098. •Zumba, Bethany Wesleyan 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. FMI 610767-1239. •Yoga, Peters Elementary school 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. FMI 610760-0300. •PA German Friends meeting. 3rd Thursday. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Allentown. FMI: 610-264-2979.

•Yoga, Palmerton Library 9 a.m. FMI 570-436-1762. •Cancer Connections Group Meeting, Bethany Wesleyan Church (3rd Sat.) 10 a.m. •Tail Waggin’ Tutors Therapy Dogs, Palmerton Library (Second Sat.) 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Must Register at Library. •Bingo, Diamond Fire Co., Walnutport 6:30 p.m. FMI 610767-8476.

EVERY FRIDAY •Preschool Story Hour, Palmerton Library 10:30 a.m. Adult Stretch, Vigilant Fire Co. 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. FMI 610-7600300. •Bingo, Mahoning Valley Ambulance, 7 p.m. FMI: 610217-4321.

EVERY SUNDAY •Learning, Experience & Discipleship classes, Bethany Wesleyan 9 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. •Recreational Coed Volleyball (ages 15 & up), Bethany Wesleyan gym. 6:00 p.m. FMI 610-767-1239. •Bingo, Citizens Fire Co., Slatedale, 1 p.m. •Bingo, SS Peter & Paul School, Lehighton, 12 p.m. •Bingo, 197 North 6th St., Lehighton. 6:30 p.m.


•Book Club, Palmerton Library (Third Monday) 12 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. •Line Dancing, N’ton Gin Mill 6:45 p.m - 8:30 p.m. FMI 610262-9010. •Bingo, Diamond Fire Co. Open 4 p.m., bingo 6:30 p.m. •Bingo, Kunkletown Fire Co. 6:45 pm FMI 610-381-2674. •Bingo, Northampton Community. Ctr. Doors 5:30 p.m., bingo 7 p.m. •Bingo, Schnecksville Fire Co. 6:45 p.m.

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•Bingo, West Coplay Maennerchor 7 p.m. •Bingo, 63 A Greenbriar Bath. Greenbriar Village, Bath. 6 p.m FMI 484-287-5217. •Knitting Club, Palmerton Library (1st Monday ) 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. •Knitting for Veterans, Bath Legion 6-9 p.m. •TOPS, Dinkey Church, Ashfield 5:30 p.m. FMI 610-8522976. •Competitive Coed Volleyball (ages 15 & up), Bethany Wesleyan gym 6:30 p.m. FMI 610-767-1239. •Zumba, Palmerton Sokol Club 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. •Zumba Gold Class, Vigilant Fire Co. 11:15 a.m.-12 p.m. FMI: 610-760-0300 •Adult Stretch, Vigilant Fire Co. 10 a.m. -11 a.m. FMI 610-7600300. •Al-Anon Family Group/ Serenity Seekers, United Methodist Church, •Youth Yoga (grades 7-12) NL Middle School 2:15-3:00. FMI: 610-760-0300

EVERY TUESDAY •Bingo, Bowmanstown Fire Co. 6:30 p.m. •TOPS, Zion UCC, Lehighton. 4:30 p.m. FMI 610-657-1025. •ZUMBA, Bethany Wesleyan 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. FMI 610767-1239. •ALATEEN support group for teens of family struggling w/ alcohol. Faith Alive Church, Palmerton/Bowmanstown, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Adult Al-Anon & AA meetings, 6:30-7:30 p.m.  FMI 570-730-8601 | November 21, 2013

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Community Calendar EVERY WEDNESDAY

•Bingo, Diamond Fire Co. Open 4 p.m., bingo 6:30 p.m. •Bingo, Our Lady of Hungary, Northampton 7 p.m. •Preschool story hour, Slatington Library 11 a.m. •Individualized Basic Computer Class, Northampton Library 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. FMI 610760-0207. •Alzheimer’s Support Group, St. John’s Lutheran Church, Jim Thorpe. 6:30 p.m. (1st & 3rd ) FMI 610-392-2380. •Zumba, Palmerton Sokol Club 7:00 p.m. - 8 p.m. •Zumba, Gold Vigilant Fire Co 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. FMI: 610-7600300. •Homework Helpers, Palmerton Library 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. FMI 610-826-4962. •Nar -Anon Meetings Holy Cross Lutheran Church 696 Johnson Rd. (off Rte 946) Nazareth, 7:30 p.m.

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•Lehighton Area Lioness/Lions board meeting 6 p.m. at Bob and Alicia Silman. •Rummage sale, First UCC Palmerton. 6- 8 p.m. FMI: 610826-2696. •Feed-a-neighbor food bank distribution, Zion UCC Lehighton. 6-7 p.m.

Friday, November 22

•Screech Owl Prowl at

Jacobsburg Environmental Educational Center 7-9 p.m. FMI: 610-746-2801 ext 103 •Friday Night at the movie at Lighthouse Church, New Smithville. “The Blind Side” Free admission and food. FMI: 610-2852235. •Surf & Turk Dinner 4-7 p.m. Vigilant Fire Co. FMI/reservations: 610-767-7626.

Saturday, November 23

•Toy/Gift Bingo & Basket Raffle at Emmaus High School. Doors 12:30 p.m. Games begin at 2 p.m. FMI: 484-221-2701. •Flea market and craft show, Vigilant Fire Co. 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Benefits Walnut St. Playground Assocaiton. Call 610-767-7626 FMI. •Free luncheon, Parryville UMC. 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. All are welcome. •Basket Bingo, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Northampton. Doors 11:30 a.m. Tickets: 610-5021037.

Sunday, November 24

•AYCE Breakfast Buffet. Schnecksville Fire Co. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Monday, November 25

•Blood drive, Lehigh Township Volunteer Fire Co. 4:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Call 610-554-1227 for appt.

Tuesday, November 26

•Spaghetti dinner at Bethany Wesleyan Church. 4:30-6:00 p.m. Thanksgiving service begins at 6:30 p.m. FMI: 610-767-1239.

Thursday, November 28

Happy Thanksgiving •Free Thanksgiving Dinner, St. John’s UCC Slatington. 12 – 2 p.m.

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Friday, November 29

•Fall Family Fun Day at Ice Cream Lab, Walnutport. 1-3 p.m. or 4-6 p.m. Reservations 610-554-0480 •Christmas sale at Trinity Thrift Store, Lehighton.

Saturday, November 30

•Small Business Saturday – shop small business and support your local economy •Benefit breakfast, Vigilant Fire Co. 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. FMI: 570-4415157

Sunday, December 1

•Children’s Toy Bingo, Vigilant Fire Co. FMI: 610-767-3832. •Nut roll sale deadline. Call Assumption of the Virgin mary UCC, Northampton at 610-6824458 to order.

Wednesday, December 4

•Book signing “Nazareth Speedway (Images of Sports) with author Tracy Berger-Carmen 6:30 p.m. Northampton Area Public Library. •Northern Lehigh spring softball sign-ups at Slatington Elementary 6-8 p.m. FMI: 610-216-6129. •St. Johns Friendly Fifties annual Christmas party, Norhtampton Hungarian Hall. Doors open at 12 p.m.

Thursday, December 5

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Senior Citizens Corner Slatington Senior Community Center 425 Kuntz Street, Slatington (610) 767-1250. Activities include: Penny Bingo - Monday and Thursday from 12:30 to 1:15 pm, Pinochle - 1st and 3rd Monday from 9:00 to 11:15 am. Health Programs, crafts and dominoes are held on a daily basis. The center is open 9:30am - 1:15pm on weekdays with a hot meal served at 11:45am. Lehigh County Hot Meals Reservations: (610) 767-1250 between 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. 11/21 – Thanksgiving Lunch – Roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, Romano blend veggies, cranberry sauce, dinner roll, pumpkin pie 11/22 – Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll, banana 11/25- stuffed green pepper w/tomato sauce, mashed potatoes, marinated vegetable salad, wheat bread, warm apple/berry crisp 11/26 – Two beef hot dogs w/sauerkraut, German potato salad, green beans, hot dog rolls, apple sauce, apple muffin 11/27 – Beef chili, rice, corn muffin, fruit cocktail 11/28 – Happy Thanksgiving! Palmerton Senior Center Located at 501 Delaware Ave., Palmerton Activities at the Center: Monday – Pinochle, penny games Tuesday – Bingo Wednesday – Penny games Thursday – Pinochle, penny games Friday – Bingo Palmerton MENU For meal reservations, please call prior to 9:30 a.m. the day before. 610-826-4505. 11/21 – Herbed chicken, roasted potatoes 11/22 – Roast beef, red skin potatoes 11/25 – Lentil soup, Spaghetti w/meat sauce


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Northampton Area Middle School Quarter 1 Honor Roll Vadelund, Hunter Wacik, Sally Wallace, Emily Weindel, Robert Wisniewski, Hadley Zonay HIGH HONORS: GRADE 7: Amanda Adams, Caitlyn Ahner, Heather Albanese Andriana Andrews, Martin Aster Taylor Atiyeh, Paige Beil Zachary Bernardo, Dahlia Bittenbender, Hannah Boggs, Brooke Brida, Brittany Brown, Reese Caley, Edward Confer, Patrick Dancsecs, Ethan Deater, Taylor DiProperzio, Giovanni Dodson, Dalton Domchek Alexa Ebert, Jared Everett, Matthew Eyre, Lilyana Fancher, Allison Fandl, Jadyn Fehnel, Chloe Fischl, Sean Fisher, Patrick Flanagan, Colin Fouts, Dominic Frey, Ashley Gallagher, Aubrey Gallagher, Mackenzie Geisner, Evan Gillette, Tyler Gilliard, Seth Green, Lauren Groller,

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Too often we forget the meaning of the word “Thanksgiving.” Overwhelmed by the amount of eating to come and shopping soon to follow, we forget to simply give thanks. So this year, take a moment to reflect on the good things in your life and be grateful for the people sitting around your table. From all of us here at the Gazette, we’re thankful for you, our loyal readers. Happy Thanksgiving!

id You Know? Over 45 million turkeys are consumed annually on Thanksgiving Day.

Thanksgiving was overlooked when Hollywood rolled out the holiday movies. Between Halloween and Christmas, the family-friendly day usually sits in the shadows of the Sanderson sisters and Buddy the Elf. In fact, many movies that play on Thanksgiving have already jumped ahead a month. (Remember when there used to be a 24-hour marathon of “A Christmas Story?”) Films set around Thanksgiving are usually just fodder for family dysfunction schtick (see: Jack & Jill, National Lampoon’s Thanksgiving Family Reunion, etc). So what should you watch on Turkey Day?

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade NBC 9 a.m.—12 p.m.

A longtime tradition, the Manhattan event first aired in 1924. Approximately 3.5 million New Yorkers line the streets to catch a glimpse of the iconic balloons, plus an additional 50 million tune in at home. This year, the 87th annual kick-off to the holiday season will include performances by Kellie Pickler, Gavin DeGraw, Fall Out Boy, and much more, plus the usual array of marching bands, floats, and dance groups, topped off with a special visit from ol’ St. Nick himself.


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Pilgrim hat cookies: Turn Keebler Fudge Stripe cookies upside down. Use colored piped frosting to stick on and decorate an upside-down mini Reese’s cup. Pumpkin pie slice cookies: Using Pillsbury’s Perfectly Pumpkin Cookie Mix, slice the dough before baking to make mini pie-shaped wedges. Paint with orange icing and use pipe tips to decorate. Find the recipe here: www. mini-pumpkin-pie-slice-cookies


To make your Thanksgiving table festive, pumpkins and gourds come in handy as both candle holders and makeshift vases. Hollowed out pumpkins can be stuffed with flowers, while mini gourds are perfect for little tealights.

Thanksgiving is, of course, all too quickly followed by the busiest shopping day of the year—and it’s not called “Black” Friday for nothing. Everyone is full and cranky and they’ve been standing in line for a 50% off flatscreen

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breath and be prepared for somewhat of a hike between your warm car and your shopping destination. 2. Have a plan. Map out where you want to go ahead of time, then get in and get out.

3. Don’t be lured in by “doorbusters.” It’s usually not as good a deal as advertised and a better alternative can be found with some selective sleuthing. 4. Be nice. It goes a long way, especially when tempers are high and people are walking around with dollar signs in their eyes. 5. Remember that there is still a month left to shopping season. That perfect thing for that special someone doesn’t need to be found that very minute. Use Black Friday primarily as a way to gather ideas and pick up a few cheap stocking stuffers. Your blood pressure will thank you.

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Spread the Good Word

Bethany Wesleyan Church Thanksgiving at BTW - Tuesday, Nov. 26 Bring the family and enjoy a spaghetti dinner being served 4:30 to 6 p.m. Tickets are $7 for ages 13 and up, $4 - ages 4-12, FREE - ages 3 & under. Thanksgiving Service beings at 6:30 pm. We will be collecting donations of NEW socks, gloves, hats or thermal underwear (all sizes). This Hope in Concert - Sunday, Dec. 1 Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Concert begins at 6. This is a non-ticketed event but an offering will be received. This Hope will be joined by BWC’s Voices of Praise choir and a children’s choir. Log onto This Hope’s website ( to sample the singing style of this talented group. Christmas Carols & Cookies Night Sunday, Dec. 15 6 p.m. Bring a plate of cookies and join us as we sing many of your favorite Christmas songs, both sacred and secular. Christmas Candlelight Services Sunday, Dec. 22 6 p.m. or Christmas Eve at 4 p.m. Upward Sports Basketball & Cheerleading It’s not too late to sign up for boys and girls

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God is responsive responsive to to those those who who thank thank Him. Him. In In 2 2 Chronicles Chronicles 5:135:13God is 14, we see how God responded to those who were giving Him 14, we see filled how the God responded those whopresence! were giving Him thanks—He temple with thetoglory of His “It came thanks—He thetrumpeters temple with thesingers glory of Hisaspresence! “It came even to pass,filled as the and were one, to make one even as theintrumpeters were asLORD…that one, to makethen one soundtotopass, be heard praising and andsingers thanking the the house filled with a cloud…for the glory of the LORDthen had sound to bewas heard in praising and thanking the LORD…that filled the house God.” At atimes, our congregation the the house was of filled with cloud…for the glory ofhas the sensed LORD had glory of the presence of the Lord like this in response to our singing filled the house of God.” times, congregation of praise and thanks to At Him. Suchour times are almosthas too sensed gloriousthe to glory of in thewords. presence of the Lord like this in response to our singing explain Bible commands, every for this is the ofThe praise and thanks to“In Him. Suchthing timesgive arethanks: almost too glorious to will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you” (1 Thessalonians 5:18). explain in words. When we obey and fulfill His will by giving Him the thanks that rightBibletocommands, “Inexpect everyathing giveresponse thanks: for this is the ly The belong Him, we can blessed from Him. will of God in Christ concerning you” (1 Thessalonians In Luke 17:11-19 weJesus read that one of ten lepers Jesus cleansed5:18). from their leprosy withbya giving loud voice glorified God…giving When we obeyreturned and fulfill“and His will Him the thanks that righthim thanks.” Christ’s “Where are the nine?” reveals that He ly belong to Him, we question, can expect a blessed response from Him. was expecting their thanks also. Then He responded, “thy faith In Luke 17:11-19 we readindicating that one ofthat ten lepers from hath made thee whole” missingJesus partscleansed of his body their leprosy returned withmiraculously a loud voicerestored! glorifiedHis God…giving affected by the leprosy“and were giving of thanks had elicited this amazing“Where response from our Lord! him thanks.” Christ’s question, are the nine?” reveals that He In one of our church servicesalso. yearsThen ago, He a woman who had a lump was expecting their thanks responded, “thy faith on her wrist and could not close her hand, was healed while we were hath made thee whole” indicating that missing parts of his body singing a song of thanksgiving to the Lord. When I saw her moving affected thea leprosy were miraculously His giving of her handby with look of astonishment on herrestored! face, I asked her what had happened. She this toldamazing me that the lump had shrunk down and she thanks had elicited response from our Lord! was miraculously able to close her hand! chorus we In one of our church services years ago,The a woman whowere had singing a lump was, “I will bless thee O Lord, I will bless thee O Lord. With a heart of on her wrist and could not close her hand, was healed while we were thanksgiving, I will bless thee O Lord.” singing a song of thanksgiving to the Lord. When I saw her moving her hand with a look of astonishment on her face, I asked her what had happened. She told me that the lump had shrunk down and she was miraculously able to close her hand! The chorus we were singing was, “I will bless thee O Lord, I will bless thee O Lord. With a heart of thanksgiving, I will bless thee O Lord.”

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Tricees performing at St. Johns UCC, Slatington

Submitted by Donna Gasser The Tricees, a community chorale from LCCC, will be performing their Winter Concert at St. Johns UCC Church at 15 S. Second Street in Slatington on Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. The selections are holiday and non-holiday. Admission is free, but a free-will offering will be collected and donated to the Northern Lehigh Food Bank. This issue’s WINNER of a free ice cream cake courtesy of the Ice Cream Lab is

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The Lyric Commons Red Hat Society Chapter

Submitted by Jeanette Spadt A Red Hat Society Chapter has openings and is inviting women who are seriously interested in joining an official Red Hat Society Chapter. The Chapter is located in the Lehigh, Northampton, Slatington and surrounding areas. A Red Hatter is 50 years old and older and a Pink Hatter is 49 and younger. If interested, please send your email address to with your phone number or a letter to NETTIEB, PO Box 98, Walnutport, Pa. 18088 with your name, address, and phone number. Welcome to the world of “Ret Hatting,” “The Circle of Friendship,” “Sisterhood” and “Fun.” Join and run away with friends!

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Off The Shelf Local Author to Visit Library in December

Submitted by Melissa Hawk Race fans, book lovers, local history buffs, and everyone else … join us and Tracy L. Berger-Carmen, author of Nazareth Speedway (Images of Sports) at a book talk and signing on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 6:30 p.m. BergerCarmen was a driver and a track photographer at the speedway. She will share her thoughts about the track, driving, and her new book. The program is free and open to the public. Try this free, fun, new online reading program that you and your child can use at home! BookFlix is an online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks to build a love of reading and learning for children in grades PreK through 3. It helps early readers develop and practice essential reading skills and introduces students to a world of knowledge and exploration. Just go to, click on the BookFlix icon, type in the barcode number from your library card, and get started! Do you like needlework or crafts? Interested in

getting together with other like-minded people as you work on your project? "Stitch-In" is an opportunity to meet and learn from others. Share tips, hints, and patterns. Or just come and work on your craft and socialize with others. Stitch-In is held the first and third Wednesday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m. Teens: Have you read The Hunger Games and Catching Fire? Have you seen the movie? Test your memory at The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Trivia Contest on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. Win prizes, eat snacks, and have fun! The book discussion group will meet Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m. The book Elbow Room by James Alan McPherson will be discussed. This is a great time of year to donate to those in need. The library collects food for the Northampton Food Bank and for the Animal Food Bank. Drop off non-perishable food items and pet food items at the library any time that we're open. There's always something new at the Northampton Area Public Library! To find out more go to, check us out on Facebook, stop in, or call 610-262-7537. | November 21, 2013

Lehigh Township Historical Society News

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Mack Buck

The historical society participated in the annual Walnutport Canal Festival in October. It was a beautiful fall day. Thanks to everyone who supported the historical society at Walnutport. The winner of the large food basket was Marie Heimer of Bath. The winner of the historical items basket was Lynn Peters of Walnutport.  If you need a unique special gift for the holidays, consider shopping at the LT Historical Centre. The historical centre will be open on Dec. 8 and 15 from 1 to 4 p.m. Visit and browse. We have many items to choose from for that special someone.  After December, the historical centre will not be open on a regular basis until spring of 2014. Anyone interested in a tour of the historical centre or St. Paul's Schoolhouse may contact Ken for an appointment at 610-767-5989.     Remember to visit us at www. You will find informational links to all of the villages in Lehigh Township and more information about the historical society. 

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Touch of Dutch Submitted by Larry Gradwohl

Alde Fense uff der Bauerei 7 Nowember, 1957

Wann mer so rumher faahrt die scheene Bledder sehne des Schpotyaahr, kann mer net helfe alsnoch gucke fer die alde Fense sehne so rumher, wo en grosser Dinschde geduh hen Yaahre zerick, awwer wo alleweil nimmi bedracht warre, as ebbes waertvolles vun der Bauerei. Fense sin uffgeduh warre fer drei Ursache; fer’s Vieh im Feld halde, fer die Bauerei in Deeler schneide fer unnerschidliche Krops bauere, un’s drit fer die Nochbere wisse losse, wie weit, as yedem Bauer sei Land geht. Vun all die alde Fense, wo noch rum sin, iss die Schteemauerfens es allerschennscht zu mir. Ich glaub, as sell die eldschde Fense sin zu finne. Die waare schtandhaft un hen ihre Dinschde geduh viel Yaahre. Die Schtee hen vun Land gelese sei misse fer bauere. En Schteefens iss gemacht warre bei em Bauer, die Schtee ufflese im Feld un abdumpe newe am Feld naus. Sell iss en „Schteeroihe-fens“. Un die Bauer, wo sei Blatz bissel schee gucke mache hot wolle, hot die Schtee schee uffgemauert fer en „Schteemauerfens“. Die Fense | November 21, 2013

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Die Woch wolle mer die alde Schtaakefense Kredit gewwe. Die Ord Fense sin deel Zeite die Warremfense gheese warre. Es Englisch Waert, des kennt mer saage, waar Zigzagfens. Zu mir guckt’s, wie en hie-un-haer odder en riwwer-un-niwwer Fens. Die Ort Fense hot viel Arwet gemacht fer uffduh. Die Fense, wo es wennichscht Arwet gemacht hot, waare die Heckefense. Es sin immer blenti Hecke un yunge Baem uffkumme un die Bauer hot sie schteh losse un sell hot mer en Heckefens gheese. Schpeeder hen die Bauer die Poschde-fense aafange uffduh. Des waar en latt Arwet fer die Fenseriggel mache un die Fenseposchde. Des waar en Tschob darrich der Winder, so as sie reddi waare, wann Friehyaahr beikumme iss. Schpeeder iss die Zeit kumme, wo der Bauer der Wire [Droht] kauft hot un an de Poschde genaggelt. Un die Fens fer der Blatz schee gucke mache | November 21, 2013

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waar die Glabbordfens um die Hof rum. Die iss reglarli geweisselt warre. Oh, yar, mer kenne uns noch gut errinere vun der Bordfens, un der Schwaardefens, die schee Eisefens um der Hof, die Riggelfens, die Schtumbefens un die Hedgefens. Selli [Fense] wolle mer en Pichder in unser Kopp halde, so wann sie zammefalle, as mer die alde Fense alsnoch sehne kenne in unserer Meind un eschtimere kenne. -Florence Baver

fence, the stump fence [usually around a wood lot on the farm, from tree stumps] and the hedge fence. We want to keep a picture of those fences in our head, so if they fall into ruin, that we can still see them in our mind and can appreciate them. Hallicher Beddaag zu eich all! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

When we drive round about the country in fall to see the pretty leaves, we can’t help but still look to see the old fences here about, which have done a great service years ago, but now are no longer considered as something valuable for the farm. Fences were put up for three reasons: to keep the cattle in the field; to divide the farm in parcels to grow different crops; and third, to let the neighbors know how far every farmer’s land went. Of all the old fences, that still survive, the stone wall fence is the nicest of all to me. I believe they are the oldest fences we can find. They were sturdy and served their purpose many years. The stones needed to be pick up from the land to farm it. A stone fence was made by the farmer, who picked the stone up from the field and dumped them off out along the field. That is a stone row fence. And the farmer, who wanted to make his place look a little nice, built the stone up nicely in a wall for a “stone wall fence”. The fence was built ‘dry’, without mortar.

Submitted by Tim Snyder The Slatington 150th History Book committee is seeking descendants of Walter Bachman and his sons, Oscar, John, Morris, etc. who were slate owners in Slatington to write their family history for the Slatington 150th History Book. Please contact Tim Snyder at or 610-767-5935.

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This week we want to acknowledge the old stake fences. This type of fence was many times called the worm fence. An English word, this we could say, is zig-zag fence. To me it looks like a ‘from here to there’ or ‘over here to over there’ fence. This type of fence took a lot of work to put up. The fence that made the least work was the brush fence. There were always much underbrush and little trees growing up [in the fence row] and the farmer left them stand, and that we called the brush fence. Later the farmer started putting up the post fences. It was a lot of work to make the fence rails and posts. This was a job done through the winter, so they were ready when spring came around. Later came the time when the farmer bought wire and nailed it to the posts. And the fence to make the place look nice was the clapboard or picket fence around the yard. It was regularly white-washed. O sure, we can still remember the common board fence, the wood slab fence [rough cuts from timber], and the beautiful cast iron fence around the yard, the rail

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Extra Point by Tyler Trumbauer

Snyder leading the Perfect Storm at Northwestern

Northwestern Lehigh football has come full circle. The Tigers went from a team that was 3-7 last fall to a squad that played in week 12 this season. Northwestern, led by second-year head coach Josh Snyder, climbed out of the Colonial League basement and returned from District 11 oblivion to finish the regular season 7-3 that ended with an upset overtime victory over then undefeated Catasauqua 28-27. That resume qualified the Tigers for the AA Eastern Conference playoffs as the top seed in the north as they defeated Nanticoke Area 50-21. Northwestern then took the EC championship with a 19-18 win over North Schuylkill last week. “They have come such a long way,” said Snyder. “They matured not only physically, but mentally and grew as a team with their commitment. After

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a couple of tough games early, they battled back the season and it has been achieved by the help and won tough games down the stretch to qualify of many. Cam Richardson and Harry Hall have for the playoffs and then won the first playoff done a tremendous job running the ball with Hall rushing for 210 yards and two game for Northwestern since 2009. The confidence has just “They have come such a long touchdowns in that week 10 been tremendous and you can way. They matured not only victory over Catty. Another huge contributor to attribute that to the nine seniors physically, but mentally and that effort is offensive lineman we have. They are great leaders grew as a team with their Mac Storm. Storm, who is and will the team to get better commitment.“ a senior, talked about the each and every day at practice.” -Head Coach Josh Snyder evolution that this program After suffering a loss to has undergone. Palisades week one, the Tigers won their next five of six contests with a 13-7 loss Continued on Page 39 to Southern Lehigh being the only blemish. The final victory of the stretch was a 28-0 shutout of rival Northern Lehigh in week seven which was MONICA SELLERS the first time the Tigers beat the Bulldogs in over a FAMILY decade and the first time in Slatington since 1999. HAIR STYLING “For our guys, a lot of that rivalry was to just get over that hump,” said Snyder of defeating NL. SALON “We didn’t play our best football game against them this year, but it was just something that our PHONE: (610) 767-8322 seniors can go and talk about 15, 20 years down By Appointment Only the road. A rivalry is only a rivalry if it is an even $ series. We are glad that we got that one. Our fans and student section, the ‘T-Pack’, did a great job 2511 Shady Nook Road for New rooting us on.” Slatington, PA 18080 Customers! Running the ball more effectively this season was a goal of the coaching staff heading in to

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Joke Corner

A turkey farmer was always experimenting with breeding to perfect a better turkey. His family was fond of the leg portion for dinner and there were never enough legs for everyone. After many frustrating attempts, the farmer was relating the results of his efforts to his friends at the general store get-together. "Well, I finally did it! I bred a turkey that has 6 legs!" They all asked the farmer how it tasted. "I don't know," said the farmer. "I never could catch the darn thing!" Asked to write a composition entitled, "What I'm Thankful for on Thanksgiving," a student wrote, "I am thankful that I'm not a turkey."

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“I played on 5-5 and 3-7 teams before and you can tell a huge difference between this team and those teams,” he said. “This team clicks more and gels more. We want to work hard and that has helped us get some more wins this season.” The 6’3” and 305-lb. Storm has come a long way himself after suffering from GuillainBore Syndrome, an immune system disorder, his sophomore year which caused temporary paralysis. He recovered and came back stronger and has dominated the Colonial League as he was named First-Team All-League at the guard position and Honorable Mention at defensive tackle for 2013. Currently the senior, who according to Snyder is “a warrior that everyone would want to have,” is weighing his post-high school options as he is fielding offers from division-one schools such as Penn State, Rutgers, Lehigh and Villanova. His football career will continue, but the high school chapter concluded with not a clear-cut favorite moment, according to him. “It really is a tie between the Catty and the Northern Lehigh games [from this season]. We beat our rivals, which is awesome, and that was a great win also,” he explained. “Then we also beat




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an undefeated team which was huge for us. They both were great and I can’t pick between them.” Snyder is taking a lot away from this triumphant return: “[I took away from this season] a lot of things that I know already. Like our great community or our strong and hardworking kids. They listen to the coaches. We have a great time with them. For them to come out and be successful was great. It shows the kids what hard work, dedication and commitment will do.” He continued, “It is just a turning point for this program with the seniors and for what this program has done. For the Northwestern Tigers, we had three seasons in a row where we were .500 or below. For them to have a winning season and spin us in the right direction is great. This is a springboard into the offseason. I’m just proud of the guys.” Snyder has drawn the full circle of the program and is now ready to build it up to new heights.

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HALOS Continued from Page 4 That’s not always the case,” she explained. “People don’t want to hear that; they think you’re in denial. Our son was not mentally ill. He was not suffering from depression. Everything was working and for some reason, we don’t know why, not even today, we don’t know why he did this.” The Carbon County coroner’s report in 2012 showed that there were 16 suicides that year. “Oh, but they don’t think we have a problem in our area,” said Strohl. “People just don’t want to talk about it; it scares them. They think if you say the word ‘suicide,’ it’s going to start a trend. People don’t want to recognize the issue and it’s frustrating.” According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collects data about mortality in the U.S., including deaths by suicide. In 2010 (the most recent year for which data are available), 38,364 suicides were reported, making suicide the 10th leading cause of death for Americans. In that year, someone in the country died by suicide every 13.7 minutes.” With these facts in mind, Strohl can’t understand

why more people aren’t willing to reach out and help. Having nothing for themselves and not knowing where to go, Strohl and her husband started their own outlet. “Statistics say suicide leaves six people behind who are seriously affected, not just family members,” said Strohl. Strohl knew there had to be people in the area who needed help just as she had. So with most of her own money and free time, she did all the legwork to get HALOS set up. After going through AFSP’s facilitator training, she held her first meeting in August of 2011. Around 10 people showed up. “And I was hoping for one,” said Strohl. Over the past two years or so, she’s met people coming from all different situations, all with their own stories to tell. “There are people at every meeting, which I always say is terrible,” Strohl said. She believes there are probably more out there who need to talk to someone, but they are afraid to show up, due to “the shame of it.” Strohl’s ultimate goal is to raise awareness and Continued on Page 47 | November 21, 2013

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HALOS Continued from Page 44 start some action in the community, while also continuing to reach families who have been left behind, because she understands their pain. “Unless you’ve gone through it, you don’t know,” she said. “The majority of us don’t know why and we don’t understand and we live with that torment for the longest time. You run so much through your head, like did I miss signs? Could I have prevented it?” It helps her to know how much she’s already helped people since HALOS began. “I don’t look for anything in return, but I’ve had people make me soup or bake me something, and to me, that’s worth a million bucks,” she said. “I know the gratitude is there. It means a lot, I know I’m doing something right.” HALOS has formed a community all its own, which can help when families start to feel alone. Strohl said even she and her husband lost friends in the wake of Kyle’s death. “They see it and they don’t know what to do or how to react so they go the other way; they don’t talk to you,” explained Strohl. “It’s a suicide. It’s still like, almost in the dark ages, it’s a bad word. They don’t want to upset you. But if we don’t talk about them, who will? I don’t want him forgotten. He will always be here.” Kyle still lived at home when he died. Strohl said he was her “easiest” child. “He was so low maintenance. He was responsible. He was just a sweet, tender-hearted person with a wild side. He never wanted us to be mad at him. The last thing he did in his life … I’m very mad at him. I always say that when I die, I’ll hit him and then I’ll hug him.” HALOS meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at Lehighton Hospital at 7 p.m. For more information, call Gail Strohl at 610-377-2035 or her co-facilitator Dolores Delaney at 610-377-3940.


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GLENN MYSTER (610) 262-4150 GLENN A. A. MYSTER (610)262-4150

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Town & Country Gazette Advertiser’s Index

George Bensing Precision Armaments............. 35 Funeral Home, Inc................... 19 Reiss Cycle................................ 12 Good Eye winner..................... 31 Richard B. Ryon ...................... 37 Good Shepherd Lutheran...... 30 Rolling Barista.......................... 16 Hassler Roofing Inc................. 49 Ron Biechy................................ 53 Home Helpers.......................... 20 Roosevelt Demo Club............. 16 Jack Follweiler’s Garage......... 33 Roscoe Snyder Insurance...... 25 Jason Hankee Plumbing ........ 38 S&J Family Restaurant........... 11 J&J Coins................................... 36 Schisler...................................... 32 Klecknersville Cookie............. 15 Sheba-Do Graphix.................... 6 Klecknersville Santa............... 12 Silfies Fuel................................. 52 Lehigh Valley Apparel.............. 3 Snap Fitness............................. 56 Lehigh Valley Spinal................ 20 Stress Relief Center................ 19 Lessig........................................... 5 Styling Zone............................. 10 Lincoln Manor......................... 25 Susan C. Schneck Linda’s Co. Catering............... 45 Notary Public........................... 27 Livengood Excavators Inc...... 41 TCG Digital Subscription...... 17 Loch birthday............................. 6 The Village at Palmerton........ 24 Intermediate Sudoku Meat Puzzles by KrazyDad, Lyric Commons-Simcoe......... 31 Thomson’s Market........ 10 Book 12 Mack’s Tree Service................. 53 #2 TJSudoku Uhnak................................... 47 Mama’s ............................ 8 5 8 3Pizza. 6 2by Dave 5 Son............... 7 4 8 953 4 .2 1 3 & Trees Massage Tri-County 8 5 .................... 26 4 5 7 Team 9 8 Wear........... 7 9 1 Therapy. 6 1 2 334 Matthew Bird............................. 4 Veterans Discount Oil. ............ 9 8 3 4 1 2 6 7 550 4 3 7 9 6 Mel Fritz Construction........... 53 Vigilant .......................... 12 9 5 4 2 3 3 1 Bingo. 4 8 7 5 2 9 6 Miller Supply........................... 39 Vigilant Breakfast...................... 4 2 1 5 6 7 2 7 8 1 6 9 5 3 4 Mint Home Improvement..... 52 W. Neff Auto............................. 27 6 7 9 1 8 5 6 9 2 3 4 8 1 7 Monica Sellers Family Hair Walnutport Family Eye Care 7 1 1 3 6 5 9 8 7 4 2 8 4 2 Styling Salon............................ 37 & Optical Boutique................. 18 6 3 4 8 4 5 7 2 3 9 6 1 1 2 Contracting.................. Myers 52 Wasko Iron Works................... 52 3 6 Tree 8 5 & 9Shrub 7 6 4 1 3 5 89 Myster West 9 End2 Bingo......................... Service....................................... 53 Woodstone Country Club...... 55 Nancy's Therapeutic Yons............................................ 48 Sudoku #4 Massage....................................... 2 2 3 9 1 6 9 8 4 7 1 2 3 5 6 Neff’s Masonry........................ 52 5 4 3 8 2 5 3 7 4 6 8 2 9 1 Neffs National Bank................ 15 6 2 1 5 3 9 7 4 8 8 9 7 4 5 Newhard Pharmacy................ 19 4 1 8 Lehigh 5 9 Insurance 4 5 3 6 2 1 8 7 9 Northern 9 1 7 3 6 1 7 9 8 4 3 6 2 5 & Notary...................................... 4 Off Wall. 39 7 The 2 ............................. 5 6 4 8 6 2 9 7 5 1 3 4 Overhead Door........................ 41 2 4 6 1 9 7 5 8 3 6 8 4 9 7 Painting by 1 2 5 & 3Papering 8 7 1 5 3 8 4 9 6 2 R. 48 3 Marlatt.................................. 7 2 6 1 3 9 8 2 5 6 4 1 7 Pastor Lundmark..................... 30 Last Issue’s Sudoko Answers Phil & Son................................. 53 Sudoku #6 Puzzle winner: Phil Long Construction.......... 52 Nov. 7 Sodoku 3 9 6 5 Picnic 8 1 Woods 4 4 1 9 2 6 8 5 2 7 Alpacas. 7 3 Brandon Lori ............ 33

Ace’s Repair and Fix It Shop................................. 52 Affordable Plumbing.............. 48 All American Tree Service..... 48 Amey’s Garage, Inc................... 2 Andrejack’s General Contracting, Inc....................... 47 B. Biechy Construction Company................................... 51 Bach & Handel......................... 13 Backwoods Outdoor Center........................................ 51 Becker Homes............................ 2 Becks’Yule Tree Farm.............. 12 Birthday Coupon..................... 17 Blue Mountain Construction, Inc..................... 53 Blue Mountain Evergreen....... 40 Blue Mountain Sudoku18#1 Health System.......................... 7 1 9 6 14 C&C Food Outlet..................... Carl’s Service Center.............. 2 3 40 4 6 Charles H. Mantz, Inc............. 38 5 1 8 2 Cherryville Service 1 7 6 8 Center........................................ 56 8 4 9 3 Cindy’s Deli.............................. 16 3 5 2 4 Clean Sweep..................26, 33, 46 6 9 3 5 Country Clippers 7 8 17 5 9 Pet Grooming........................... 4 2 1 7 Country Garden...................... 10 Crystal Vision Center.............. 21 D&F Leather............................. Sudoku48#3 Deluxe Plumbing..................... 45 5 4 8 7 Don Messinger......................... 52 1 9 7 6 Donna’s Home Care............... 24 6 2 3 1 Eberhardt Motors.................... 23 7 6 2 3 Emerald Cider Mill................. 10 8 5 38 4 2 Eugene Hankee........................ 3 1 97 8 Everett Chiropractic.................. 2 3 51 1 5 Executive HVAC...................... Families United Network. 4 ...... 7 25 6 9 Family Practice......................... 9 8 19 5 4 Frey & Co.................................... 2 Friedens AYCE......................... 13 Sudoku53#5 G.D. Shupp...............................


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Thanksgiving Day Buffet Thursday, November 28th 11:00am—3:00pm

Elvis Christmas Show Friday, December 13th Buffet 6:00pm—7:30pm Show 8:00pm—10:30pm

New Years Eve Gala Tuesday, December 31st Cocktail Hour 7pm—8pm Dinner 8pm –9:30pm Fireworks at Midnight

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