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Boy Scouts of America

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  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents
    Gunnar Fox, general manager of Allentown's PPL Center, was recently chosen by Venues Today Magazine, an entertainment industry magazine, as a recipient of the Generation Next Award, which honors people "who make a difference in sports, music, conventions,...
  • Boy Scout adult volunteers are honored with Silver Beaver Award

    Boy Scout adult volunteers are honored with Silver Beaver Award
    Oswego resident Bill Doody's childhood involvement with the Boy Scouts began when he was in second grade. It came to an abrupt end seven years later when his parents moved from Chicago to Orland Park. "Not for lack of interest," he said, but with no...
  • Westminster Boy Scout throws first pitch at Orioles game

    Westminster Boy Scout throws first pitch at Orioles game
    On Saturday evening, 12-year-old Ray Daugherty, got up close and personal with his favorite baseball team, the Orioles. He was the envy of other young fans, standing tall on the pitcher's mound under bright lights at Camden Yards, where he threw the...
  • Community Digest

    Schools schedule change The administration of High School Assessment and Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams for students enrolled in Algebra I, Algebra II, English 10, Biology, and U.S. Government from Monday through...
  • Area Boy Scout recognized for heroism

    Area Boy Scout recognized for heroism
    Daniel Zentz, 11, has a lot to celebrate. On April 15, he was honored by the Boy Scouts of America with a national award for lifesaving and meritorious action at a regular meeting of his Boy Scout Troop 380 in Hampstead. The award came in recognition of...
  • Boy Scout builds elevated dog beds for animal rescue

    Boy Scout builds elevated dog beds for animal rescue
    Life Scout Seamus Byrnes recently presented 20 new dog beds to Everglades Angels Dog Rescue. With help from his Boy Scout troop and donations from local businesses, Byrnes drove the plan from concept to delivery. Seamus learned about Everglades Angels...
  • My Time: Local Scout earns Eagle rank, designs landscape project for Cisco Center

    My Time: Local Scout earns Eagle rank, designs landscape project for Cisco Center
    Eric Kreutzberg celebrated achieving the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor in October at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Severna Park. Eric started in Cub Scouts as a first-grade Tiger Cub with Troop 768. While still a Cub Scout, he transferred to...
  • Stepping Stone Players returns to the stage

    Stepping Stone Players returns to the stage
    The curtain has not fallen on the Stepping Stone Players. After months of financial instability, the community theater group is plotting its return to the stage, but in the meantime, it plans to spend the rest of 2015 bulking up its bank account....
  • New Bethlehem Coke logo unfurled

    New Bethlehem Coke logo unfurled
    Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of the Lehigh Valley used Thursday night's Lehigh Valley IronPigs home opener to publicly unveil the company's new logo. Before the Lehigh Valley IronPigs opened the season against the Pawtucket Red Sox, a pregame ceremony...
  • Around Broadneck: A pair of Eagles are buds of a feather

    Around Broadneck: A pair of Eagles are buds of a feather
    Broadneck High School seniors Trevor Hawkins and Paul Hicks, both 18, have been friends since early grade school. Trevor has been in Scouting since he was in kindergarten. By fifth grade, he'd cajoled Paul to join, too. Both became members of Boy...
  • Community news: PNC faculty member bound for Turkmenistan

    PNC professor receives Fulbright award Tantatape Brahmasrene, professor of finance and international business at Purdue University North Central in Westville, has been selected for a Fulbright Senior Specialists project in Turkmenistan at International...