Whitehall-Coplay Press

Monday, October 22, 2018
Representatives of the U.S. military branches lead the Oct. 6 Whitehall Township fall parade, which began on Schadt Avenue and ended on the school district campus. Representatives of the U.S. military branches lead the Oct. 6 Whitehall Township fall parade, which began on Schadt Avenue and ended on the school district campus.
Shriners entertain those lined up along the parade route.PRESS PHOTOS BY TINAMARIE MARTIN Shriners entertain those lined up along the parade route.PRESS PHOTOS BY TINAMARIE MARTIN
Whitehall High School’s Marching Zephyr Band performs during the annual parade. Whitehall High School’s Marching Zephyr Band performs during the annual parade.
Craig Merkel, of Whitehall; Teresa and Larry Pickar Sr., of Whitehall; Tom Lindeman, of Whitehall; Joe Ebner, of Whitehall; Beth Karoly, of Allentown; Dennis O’Connell, of Whitehall; Sharon Bodor, of Whitehall; and Bob Hauck, of Allentown, staff the Whitehall Lions Club booth during the fall festival, held just after the parade in the Whitehall High School parking lot. Craig Merkel, of Whitehall; Teresa and Larry Pickar Sr., of Whitehall; Tom Lindeman, of Whitehall; Joe Ebner, of Whitehall; Beth Karoly, of Allentown; Dennis O’Connell, of Whitehall; Sharon Bodor, of Whitehall; and Bob Hauck, of Allentown, staff the Whitehall Lions Club booth during the fall festival, held just after the parade in the Whitehall High School parking lot.
Jayne Christman and Tara Rapchak, of Whitehall, admire the fall wreaths available at the festival. Jayne Christman and Tara Rapchak, of Whitehall, admire the fall wreaths available at the festival.
Tom and Linda Ball, of Allentown, order some festival food from Joe Stevenson and Tim Kane, of Allentown, at the Licensed 2 Grill food truck. The eatery is based in Emmaus. Tom and Linda Ball, of Allentown, order some festival food from Joe Stevenson and Tim Kane, of Allentown, at the Licensed 2 Grill food truck. The eatery is based in Emmaus.
Pete Stoeckel, of Coplay, displays his 1930 Model A Ford during the car show, also held Oct. 6 on the school district campus. Pete Stoeckel, of Coplay, displays his 1930 Model A Ford during the car show, also held Oct. 6 on the school district campus.
Roberta Siegfried, of Whitehall, and her canine friend Sammy enjoy the sights at the car show, organized by the Whitehall Area Chamber of Commerce. Roberta Siegfried, of Whitehall, and her canine friend Sammy enjoy the sights at the car show, organized by the Whitehall Area Chamber of Commerce.

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