The Saucon Creek Watershed Association will hold a rain barrel workshop May 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Seidersville Hall, 3700 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bethlehem. Register in advance by emailing Keri Maxfield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Saturday, May 11, 2013
State Rep. Justin Simmons (R-131) holds satellite office hours each month in Lower Saucon Township.
State Rep. Justin Simmons' (R-131) main district office is located in Coopersburg, but each month his office holds satellite office hours at locations throughout the district, according to information posted on his website. In Lower Saucon Township, Simmons' office hours are held the second Monday of each month from noon to 3 p.m. at Seidersville Hall, 3700 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bethlehem. Seidersville Hall is part of the Lower Saucon Township Municipal complex. Simmons' district includes part of Lower Saucon Township, as well as parts of Allentown, Salisbury Township and Upper Milford Township, and all of Coopersburg, Lower Milford Township and Upper Saucon Township. Additional satellite office hours are held in the following locations, …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Registration is now open for the Lower Saucon Township Citizens Academy, which is being held to educate and involve residents in the functions of township government.
Lower Saucon Township has announced that it will host having a six-week Citizens Academy, for which township residents are being encouraged to register. The academy, which was proposed last year by township councilman David Willard, is being conducted to educate and involve residents in the functions of township government. "The goal of the Citizens Academy is to foster a better relationship between township government and its constituents, while providing the foundation for greater citizen participation on the township’s boards, commissions and authorities," according to an online brochure posted on the township's website (also see attached file). Classes will be held Thursdays from 7 to 8pm in Seidersville Hall, 3700 Old Philadelphia …
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Longtime local resident and business owner Stanley "Bud" Prosser will talk about growing up in Hellertown in the 1940s in a presentation to the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society May 9.
On May 9 at 7pm at Seidersville Hall, in Lower Saucon Township, the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society will sponsor a talk by Stanley "Bud" Prosser, a former business owner and longtime resident of the Hellertown area. Prosser began his career at his family's pharmacy in Hellertown as a clerk, at age 14. He eventually became a pharmacist and part-owner of the Prosser Pharmacy, which was located on Main Street. Although in 1995 Bud closed the pharmacy, which was a mainstay of downtown Hellertown for 75 years, he has continued to be a full-time volunteer for the town that he loves. As part of his presentation, Bud will share stories about growing up in Hellertown during the 1940s. All guests are welcome and refreshments will be served …
Monday, January 30, 2012
At its Jan. 18 meeting, Lower Saucon Township Council determined that non-residents may participate in senior center activities at Seidersville Hall, provided they pay a nominal fee.
Calling their plan an attempt to be fair and consistent, Lower Saucon Township Council unanimously approved a fee structure for senior center classes and programs at Seidersville Hall on Jan. 18. The fee structure was discussed after it was revealed that there has been some confusion about whether non-residents of the township are eligible to participate in the senior center activities. The confusion came to light after it was discovered that two of the eight students who regularly attend the weekly Open Art Studio are not township residents. One of the students is from Hellertown and the other is from Upper Saucon Township. Both have participated in the weekly class for years, council was told by representatives from the class. Township …