Pictured from left are Principal Chuck Malone, Hendricks, Lagana, and Guidance Counselor, Hebat El-Turky.
It was George Washington’s “home” for much of the Revolutionary War, a large oval-shaped tent that was his bedroom and office – the first “Oval Office” occupied by the first commander-in-chief of American military forces. This national treasure will be displayed in the new Museum of the American Revolution when it opens in Philadelphia in 2016.
Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) will welcome Dr. John Mertz, Professor Emeritus at Delaware Valley College for a fascinating program about the NJ Pinelands Sunday, December 14th at 2:00pm. This program is the sixth program in a Sunday Speaker Series called Coffee and Conservation, held periodically at Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center, located at 2877 Creamery Road, Solebury.
by June Portnoy
Despite the frigid temperatures and blustery winds on Tuesday, November 18th, the parking lot at Harvest Ministries in Bensalem was filled with vans, trucks and cars waiting to collect fresh produce to help the hungry in Bucks County have nutritional food on their Thanksgiving Day tables.
Please help place a wreath on every Veterans gravesite at the National Cemetery in Washington Crossing. This year the goal is 7,000 wreaths. Please bring a wreath or make donations to the Guardians of the Washington Crossing National Cemetery at P. O. Box 233, Newtown, PA 18940.
This year, Wreaths Across America is Saturday, December 13th, beginning at 11:00am. All wreaths are placed at noon throughout the nation. Please come to honor and remember our Veterans on this special day.
Cantus Novus, an auditioned chamber choir based in Bucks County, will be performing “What Sweeter Music,” a moving holiday program at several locations in early December. “What sweeter music” are words that especially resonate during the holiday season. They evoke feelings of warmth and delight, helping us to recall special times with family and friends. The splendor of Christmas comes alive in song as Cantus Novus presents beautiful, sonorous choral music from across the ages, accompanied by strings and piano.
The New Hope-Solebury & Lambertville Community Choir begins its third season with a concert at Carversville Christian Church, 3736 Aquetong Road, Carversville, on Sunday afternoon, December 7th at 2:00pm. In what has emerged as a trademark of NHS&LCC performances, the concert will include a mixture of choral pieces and songs led by individual members of the group.
Choral music comes a variety of composers, including Handel, Tindley, Paulus, P.D.Q. Bach, and more. Individual performances include songs from choir members Elizabeth Bowman, Jennifer Guglielmi, Jamie Brown, George Tilton, Tony Peterman, Virginia ZIegler and Giuseppe Minniti.