LVMAC Tidbit — Northampton County Launches Veterans ID Discount Card Program

November 12, 2016

Northampton County rolls out Veterans ID Discount program – The Morning Call

Northampton County LogoNorthampton County officials are rolling out a veterans’ discount program meant to recognize their sacrifices and also promote local businesses.

Source: Northampton County rolls out Veterans ID Discount program – The Morning Call

Editor’s Comment:  To get the card, click here.  Please note the card has not official value.  Click here for the explanation.

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As of 12 November 2016

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LVMAC Tidbit — Vietnam Traveling Wall Coming, the Lehigh Valley’s Way

August 12, 2014

Congress has mandated the Department of Defense to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Vietnam War during the years 2015 to 2017 (Public Law 110-181 SEC.598).  It is seeking organizations to formally partner and “… commit to conduct at least two events each year during the commemorative period of 2015 – 2017 that will recognize, thank and honor our Vietnam Veterans and their families.” But there is a less official way to commemorate which is of equal value and a local township is about to prove this. Read the rest of this entry »


LVMAC Tidbit — County Director of Veterans Affairs Telephone Number Change

March 29, 2014

Unlike previously reported to us, the telephone numbers for the County Director of Veterans Affairs of Northampton County at the new location have changed.  We have just been informed the new telephone numbers are (W) 610-829-4877, (Fax) 610-829-2418.

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As of 29 March 2014

 


LVMAC Tidbit — Oh Where, Oh Where Can Northampton County’s Director of Veterans Affairs Be?

February 28, 2014

Northampton County LogoWhile Lehigh County seeks a new County Director of Veterans Affairs, Northampton County is moving its as part of an effort to consolidate and centralize Department of Human Services operations within the county.  Effective March 10 you will find the Office of Veterans Affairs in the brand new Human Services Building at  2801 Emrick Blvd, Bethlehem (Bethlehem Township).  An anticipated result will be convenient, one-stop shopping for human services, of which veterans affairs is meant to be a part. Read the rest of this entry »


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