Whitehall-Coplay Press

Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Press photos by Samantha AndersonEthan Hrycko cruises in his own car around the Whitehall Township fall festival and car show, held Oct. 5 at Whitehall High School, 3800 Mechanicsville Road. Press photos by Samantha AndersonEthan Hrycko cruises in his own car around the Whitehall Township fall festival and car show, held Oct. 5 at Whitehall High School, 3800 Mechanicsville Road.
McKenzie Bowman is excited to attend the festival and be in Whitehall. McKenzie Bowman is excited to attend the festival and be in Whitehall.
Ana and Aiden Mina admire a 1962 Dodge Polara owned by Mike Krauchick. Ana and Aiden Mina admire a 1962 Dodge Polara owned by Mike Krauchick.
Lacey and LeiLa Schule are dressed to impress at the fall festival. Lacey and LeiLa Schule are dressed to impress at the fall festival.
Brandon and Bentley Martrich look at the vehicles at the car show. Brandon and Bentley Martrich look at the vehicles at the car show.
Anne Gruver and Lyla Piff meet one of the horses offering the carriage rides. Lyla’s parents teach in the Whitehall-Coplay School District. Anne Gruver and Lyla Piff meet one of the horses offering the carriage rides. Lyla’s parents teach in the Whitehall-Coplay School District.
Peggy Lin, Nicholas Saylor, Carol Azar and Tom Lin, from the WHS Interact Club, sell merchandise at the event. Peggy Lin, Nicholas Saylor, Carol Azar and Tom Lin, from the WHS Interact Club, sell merchandise at the event.
Lehigh County Executive Phillips Armstrong is in charge of the hayrides at the event with his helper Cindy Jiang. Lehigh County Executive Phillips Armstrong is in charge of the hayrides at the event with his helper Cindy Jiang.
Whitehall-Coplay Middle School Principal Angela Friebolin and her sons, Hugh, Rhett and Sloan, have a fun afternoon. Whitehall-Coplay Middle School Principal Angela Friebolin and her sons, Hugh, Rhett and Sloan, have a fun afternoon.
Eric and Trey Dogmantis show off their Zephyr sports pride at the festival. Eric and Trey Dogmantis show off their Zephyr sports pride at the festival.
Marie Kolumber, Phyllis Brader and Lana Snyder represent Whitehall-Coplay Hunger Initiative at the event. Marie Kolumber, Phyllis Brader and Lana Snyder represent Whitehall-Coplay Hunger Initiative at the event.
Lisa Barr, Sarah Dreisbach and Tundra enjoy the sunny afternoon. Lisa Barr, Sarah Dreisbach and Tundra enjoy the sunny afternoon.
Attendees at the festival are treated to carriage rides from Bethlehem Carriage Company. Attendees at the festival are treated to carriage rides from Bethlehem Carriage Company.
Michelle Haskey and her children Jason, Danielle and Kiersten join Janice Miller to see the horses. Michelle Haskey and her children Jason, Danielle and Kiersten join Janice Miller to see the horses.
Lacie and Layleigh Smith and Emma Huber show off their painted hands with Lark and Carrie Smith. Lacie and Layleigh Smith and Emma Huber show off their painted hands with Lark and Carrie Smith.
Whitehall Township Mayor Michael Harakal Jr. and Eric Eberhardt discuss the judging for the car show. Whitehall Township Mayor Michael Harakal Jr. and Eric Eberhardt discuss the judging for the car show.
Harvey Thompson brings Madison and Riley Ann Kauffman and Emily Mahar to enjoy the car show. Harvey Thompson brings Madison and Riley Ann Kauffman and Emily Mahar to enjoy the car show.
Ryan Rader and Ray Dankel, from Whitehall Fire Department Station 39, Egypt, walk around the event. Ryan Rader and Ray Dankel, from Whitehall Fire Department Station 39, Egypt, walk around the event.
Oscar Diaz, Manuel Rivera, Jesus Gonzalez and Angel Sosa enjoy their afternoon at the car show. Oscar Diaz, Manuel Rivera, Jesus Gonzalez and Angel Sosa enjoy their afternoon at the car show.
Chase and Cole Bodnar try to pop the balloons at one of the games set up at the event. Chase and Cole Bodnar try to pop the balloons at one of the games set up at the event.
Brodie Macher and Dylan Repsher check out the 1941 Chevy four-door sedan owned by Geno Whitman. Brodie Macher and Dylan Repsher check out the 1941 Chevy four-door sedan owned by Geno Whitman.

Full of fall fun!

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 by The Press in Local News