The Bux-Mont Centennial Singers announce open enrollment for the fall. The Centennial Singers, now in their 39th year, are a true community choral group consisting of 50 people of all ages from the Montgomery, Bucks, and Philadelphia areas.
Northampton Township Parks and Rec offers treats for your fall calendar. Try a new class or revisit an old favorite. Upcoming classes include: Harvest Cornucopia and holiday floral arrangements, register the young ones for gymnastics, art class, science, floor hockey, yoga, dance and theater. Adults can stay fit with new classes including Body by Barre, Tabata, Energy Blast and Tough Rubber.
31st Annual CPCU/Council Rock Fire Safety in the Home contest to be held during National Fire Prevention Week
The Philadelphia Chapter of the CPCU Society (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters) will be conducting its 31st Annual “Fire Safety in the Home” contest in the elementary schools of the Council Rock School District during National Fire Prevention Week, October 5th – 11th.
The contest has been held each year in conjunction with the School District, and students are asked to write an essay or do a creative work or poster on Fire Safety during National Fire Prevention Week. The panel of judges will be comprised of Council Rock School Board President Wendi Thomas, former Northampton Supervisor Pete Palestina, CPCU, representing the CPCU Society’s Philadelphia Chapter and Northampton Township Fire Marshal Frank Fenton.
This summer, Northampton resident Chelsea MacIntyre received the Outstanding Student Award upon graduating from the Fire Fighter 1 class through the Bucks County Public Safety Training Center. The instructors of the five-week, 194-hour intense training course selected Chelsea out of about 40 students for this prestigious honor for excellence in fire fighter studies. She was one of the first members to receive this award for the Northampton Fire Company, Station 73.
The Miracle League of Northampton Township will hold its biggest fundraiser of the year, the third annual Invincible Dinner, on Thursday, October 23rd, at the Northampton Valley Country Club in Richboro.
Over the past two years, the Invincible Dinner has raised over $260,000, making it possible to complete and maintain the construction of the uniquely designed sports fields at the Northampton Township Municipal Park in Churchville. The fields provide hundreds of children and adults with special needs the opportunity to play sports.
by June Portnoy
Council Rock High School’s National Honor Society kicked off the school year with a book drive that ran from September 2nd through September 11th, collecting 420 books in just nine days. These gently used children’s books were distributed to Pastorious Elementary School in Philadelphia to help restore its library.
Fred Miller’s “Lecture in Song” series continues at the library on Saturday, October 11th at 2:00pm. Spend an afternoon of toe-tapping delight as Fred musically illustrates the life of Jules Styne, whose memorable songs such as “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend,” “Everything’s Coming up Roses” and “Three Coins in the Fountain” are world famous. No registration required.
submitted by Valerie Higgins, LMA, The Spa at Lifestyle
Now that summer is over and we are getting back to reality, maybe you have noticed that you look more tired than you feel or that your jaw line isn’t as tight as it used to be. Don’t worry, there are things you can do! Anti-aging products can help, but if you really want to make a change and can’t afford the downtime from a surgical procedure then it is time to consider a non-invasive treatment, like the Venus Legacy.
submitted by Dr. Michael Spadafora, D.D.S., Bucks County Dental Design
One of the most important tools that your dentist has is a complete and thorough health history for each patient. Before completing any dental work, your dentist will review your health history and discuss with you aspects of your history that will have an impact on your dental work.
by June Portnoy
The Spring Mill Country Club in historic Ivyland has become a popular destination for weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and other special events, creating unforgettable memories throughout the years. However, what many people don’t realize is that this country club offers so much more in addition to its premier banquet facilities.