Whitehall Township Commissioners will hold a workshop meeting at 7 p.m. at the municipal building, 3219 MacArthur Road.
Coplay Borough Council holds a workshop meeting at 7 p.m. at the municipal building, 98 S. Fourth St.
The Egypt branch of First Northern Bank and Trust teamed up with St. Stephen's Episcopal Church to collect food for the Whitehall Food Bank last Wednesday.
They had worked together on a food drive last year, but this year did something a little different.
The bank collected donations for a month, using a tree that was on display in its office.
The tree allowed customers to pick a leaf which described what that customer could donate.
In addition to customers, employees of the bank also donated.
· Lehigh Valley Chapter 1371 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees monthly meeting – noon, St. Peters Lutheran Church community room, 1933 Hanover Avenue, Allentown. Information: Marie Nader at 610-231-0237.
· Alzheimer's CARE Training – 6 p.m., Home Instead Senior Care Office, 3722 Lehigh St., Suite 408, Whitehall. Information: 610-770-7773 or julie.kish@ homeinstead.com.
Coplay Borough Council authorized its solicitor to pull a bond to pay for a driveway that never was built.
At a hearing Oct. 25, the borough zoning hearing board granted a variance to Matthew and Stephany McCauley, whose home at 57 N. Fifth St. was supposed to have off-street parking but doesn't.
The kitchen at the Copeechan Fish and Game Club craft show was open with lots of baked goods and goodies. Annette Kopicz of Schnecksville, Nancy Jones of Wescosville and Joyce Burda and Kim Scherer, both of Whitehall, display cupcakes and log rolls at the event.
Lehigh Valley Health Network once again administered free seasonal flu vaccinations for adults and children six months and older during two community sessions in November.
Shots were all drive-thru at Dorney Park Nov. 3 and at Coca-Cola Park in Allentown Nov. 4.
Following Hurricane Sandy, representatives from Cetronia Ambulance Corps. provided emergency and disaster relief services in Atlantic, Ocean and Monmouth counties in New Jersey.
Cetronia's teams operated in conjunction with other Pennsylvania EMS Strike Teams providing relief, shelter support and search and rescue operations.
"We are proud to have men and women on our teams that are dedicated to disaster response, not only in our local area, but for areas throughout the country that need assistance when devastation strikes," said Larry Wiersch, Cetronia CEO.