Specialty contributor Maya Goodman runs through the week in the latest edition of The Brown and White Weekly. Watch the video or follow along below.
For the Brown and White Weekly, I’m Maya Goodman
Need a change from Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks coffee?
Stop by Mad Catter Coffee at the Bethlehem Farmers’ Market in Farrington Square.
This new market addition donates a portion of all its sales to a cat rescue in Germansville, Pennsylvania.
Founder Jeffrey Wetzel has been in the coffee industry for about a decade. His passion began when he realized he no longer enjoyed Dunkin’ Donuts coffee.
If you can’t stop by the Farmer’s Market on Thursdays, you can purchase their coffee at IDEAL Food Basket.
The Bethlehem community convened at Town Hall on Tuesday, October 10th to discuss Bethlehem’s Comprehensive Housing Strategy and the 2023 Strategic Plan to Address Homelessness, titled “Opening Doors.”
They discussed the creation of a permanent homeless shelter in Bethlehem and a committee presentation focused on recently acquired data and programmatic recommendations within five strategy areas.
The Bethlehem community hopes that this will help tackle the issue more broadly
Now, for sports:
Lehigh’s football team suffered their fifth consecutive loss against Georgetown on Saturday, October 14.
In the third quarter, Lehigh tied the game at 7-7 with a touchdown pass. But, Georgetown retook the lead with a field goal.
Georgetown won 17-7, marking Lehigh’s sixth loss of the season.
The Mountainhawks vowed to work hard and improve for their upcoming games.
With the Brown and White, I’m Maya Goodman.