Whitehall-Coplay Press

Saturday, March 28, 2020
Contributed photosFrom left, Dr. Trevor Pinho, Whitehall-Coplay Middle School Assistant Principal Jeff Krempasky, WCMS Principal Angela Friebolin, Mark Bushek, Deb Luff, Miranda Dangler and Lisa Barr help serve meals during Zephyr Elementary School’s recent fundraising event at McDonald’s, 2137 MacArthur Road, Whitehall. Contributed photosFrom left, Dr. Trevor Pinho, Whitehall-Coplay Middle School Assistant Principal Jeff Krempasky, WCMS Principal Angela Friebolin, Mark Bushek, Deb Luff, Miranda Dangler and Lisa Barr help serve meals during Zephyr Elementary School’s recent fundraising event at McDonald’s, 2137 MacArthur Road, Whitehall.
In back, Jane Razzis, Steckel Elementary School Principal Cora Snyder, Angela Christman, Leila Jefferis, Kim Lilly, Kathy Chamberlain, Bethany Koenig, Michelle Gantz and Michelle George and, in front, Charlie Gerancher, Jenn Simoes, Jenn Collina, Morgan Kelly and Karen Christ take a moment for a group photo during Steckel Elementary School’s recent fundraising event at McDonald’s, 2137 MacArthur In back, Jane Razzis, Steckel Elementary School Principal Cora Snyder, Angela Christman, Leila Jefferis, Kim Lilly, Kathy Chamberlain, Bethany Koenig, Michelle Gantz and Michelle George and, in front, Charlie Gerancher, Jenn Simoes, Jenn Collina, Morgan Kelly and Karen Christ take a moment for a group photo during Steckel Elementary School’s recent fundraising event at McDonald’s, 2137 MacArthur
Arielle Vazquez and her stepmom Jen Vazquez celebrate at the Steckel Elementary event. This was Steckel’s first McSteckel Night, and the school broke the record in one hour for the highest sales in Whitehall-Coplay School District. Second and third grades competed for the homeroom with the most students who would attend. Mrs. Strauss’ class won for second grade, and Mrs. Razzis’ class won for Arielle Vazquez and her stepmom Jen Vazquez celebrate at the Steckel Elementary event. This was Steckel’s first McSteckel Night, and the school broke the record in one hour for the highest sales in Whitehall-Coplay School District. Second and third grades competed for the homeroom with the most students who would attend. Mrs. Strauss’ class won for second grade, and Mrs. Razzis’ class won for

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