If you’re looking forward to getting out and enjoying nature this fall and you’re unvaccinated against COVID-19, state officials hope you’ll consider getting a jab before or after you walk, jog, hike or kayak through one of five state parks where free vaccination clinics are now scheduled.
As other local school districts continue to grapple with proposed mask mandates for students–and the controversy surrounding them–officials at the Palisades School District in Bucks County have been winning praise for their response to COVID-19.
By hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the Hispanic Center of the Lehigh Valley and Greater Shiloh Church in Easton, St. Luke’s University Health Network is working to improve vaccine access for members of underserved communities, including communities of color and Spanish speakers.
Last night the whistles were blowing and the coaches were growling at the Saucon Valley High School football field. But the high school football season doesn’t begin for another two weeks! All the action was at the first “Lady Panther Camp,” which was specially organized by Saucon Valley High School head football coach Matt Evancho for “football moms,” grandmoms, stepmoms, aunts and other women connected to Panther football. Coach Evancho’s staff and players provided an up-close and very personalized look at the game of football and what the players endure in order to become Panthers. I am happy to report through Panther Mom Kim Kemmerer that even though high school trainers were on hand as a precaution for the 30 Lady Panther Camp participants, they weren’t needed.