Articles, activities for boomers & seniors
Summer is music season in the Lehigh Valley, with a huge variety of concerts and festivals that attract people from hundreds, even thousands of miles away. Each event allows people to share a common passion, some good fellowship, and food and drink.
Q & A with Bob Zentz, President & CEO of Fellowship Community
Bob is the chief executive for the continuing care retirement community Fellowship Community in Whitehall. Despite being a resident at the community, on the doorstep of his 80th birthday and beating cancer for the fourth time (he just had 35% of his liver removed), his golden years are jammed with work, volunteer activities and time with family.
I can still see their faces as if it were yesterday.
I was doing a “children’s corner” at church - a time during the service in which we would invite the children to come forward to hear a message particularly addressed to them. On this particular Sunday, when they all came forward and gathered at the front of the church, I told them I was going to teach them the worst swear word ever!
At Apollo Farms you’ll learn the basics about horse care while un-mounted. You’ll learn the equipment and how to tack up. Each ride starts out in a fenced-in arena. For the timid the ring is often a comfortable alternative. For those who would like to go out on the trail, a guide rides with you to ensure your safety and enjoyment.
In 1941 Stanley S. Stephens, Sr. first invited his family, friends and neighbors into his home for funerals, providing the space and service to help them navigate some of life’s most challenging moments.
In 2015 the Stephens Funeral Home family relocated to 274 North Krocks Rd, Allentown to better service the community; yet maintain the tradition, compassion and service that has made the family’s funeral home your family’s home for funerals.