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Friday May 30 Bar Night
|A Beautiful Day In Martins Cove
June 29, 2014
|Photos By Denny Giacobe ©
|The pictures of Friday night Lisa Smith, our
resident culinary genius served up her Asian
cuisine. Satay Chicken, Asian cole slaw, fried
rice and egg rolls. Lisa did a fabulous JOB!!
What a Great Night!!!
Charles E. Fessler, 92, of Palmer Township, passed away on
Saturday, August 2, 2014 in St. Luke’s Hospice House. Born
September 26, 1921 in Easton, he was a son of the late Elmer S.
and Edith C. (Switzgable) Fessler. He and his wife, the former
Lillian McGugan were married 68 years. He was Executive Vice
President at Mack Printing Co. and retired in 1981 after 42
years. He graduated from Easton High School in 1939 and was
a Staff Sergeant with the U. S. Marine Corps during WWII in the
South Pacific. Charles was a member of First Presbyterian
Church, Easton where he was an Elder and sang in the choir.
He was a life member of the Marine Corps League, a past
president of the Easton Exchange Club, a past commodore and
president of the Lake Wallenpaupack Yacht Club, a member of
the Industrial Management Club, the Pomfret Club, Northampton
Country Club, and Harker’s Hollow Golf Club, and a charter
member of the Lehigh Valley Postal Customer Council who
honored him in 1981 for “Faithful and Outstanding Service”.
He served on committees of the Easton Area Chamber of
Commerce and the American Red Cross. He was also an avid
fisherman and boater and enjoyed tying flies and building
custom fishing rods.
LWYC BBQ Bash!
|Cathy G's Home Made Pasta & Meatballs
with Garlic Bread with a Cheese cake Dessert
Don't Miss This!
|Friday Night Oct.3
We will be serving vodka sauce
spaghetti with meatballs and garlic
|The docks will be removed no earlier than
Sunday October 12th. This is the second
weekend of October which is a one week
extension from our normal removal date.
Please be sure to have your boat
removed from the docks no later than
October 11th in the evening