On March 19th the Bethlehem Mounted Patrol Unit had the pleasure of delivering a meal during the Meals on Wheels Northampton County Community of Champions event. While Raven, George, and Pharaoh don’t have wheels, they were more than happy to lend a helping hoof!
Click here for additional photos and a video from the Morning Call.
From left in the front row: Chief Mark DiLuzio, Jamie Rezeszowski, JoAnn Nenow (Executive Director), Andrienne Nenow, Cindy Hay, and Janet Soos. From left in back row: Officer Tim Brooks and Raven, Officer Jon Buskirk and Pharaoh, and Officer Mike Leaser and George.
Whether you’re Irish, Scottish, Welsh, or pretend to be on St. Patty’s Day…stop by downtown Bethlehem on Saturday, March 15th, and enjoy the 4th annual “Celtic Classic Parade of Shamrocks” along with other St. Patty’s Day activities. McRaven, O’Pharaoh, and MacGeorge will see you there!
Click here for additional parade details including route, starting time, and related activities.
Aside from being voted the Best Bethlehem Restaurant 15 years in a row, the Apollo Grill has long been known for their generosity in giving to local charities. The great folks at the Apollo have graciously offered to help out our horses. The Friends of the Bethlehem Mounted Police, along with the Bethlehem Police Mounted Patrol Unit, are proud to announce that on Tuesday, February 18th, proceeds from a specialty drink and dessert event are going to be donated to help cover the care and maintenance of Raven, Pharaoh, and George. A special “thanks” goes out to the sponsor of the evening, Rij, Cort, Lannon, & Associates at Merrill Lynch. Click the flyer below go to the Apollo Grill website for additional information, directions, and the phone number for reservations. Hope to see you there!
The City of Bethlehem Police Department is currently looking for qualified men and women to apply for the position of Police Officer. Click here (police-civil-service-entrance-ad-2014) for information or download the application instructions, application, and vouchers below. We hope to be seeing you in the finest police department in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
‘Tis the season to go shopping! If you are out and about in lovely downtown Bethlehem or are looking for a wonderful shopping destination, please stop by the Downtown Bethlehem Association’s Christmas City Village. Keep an eye out because you might come across Raven, Pharaoh, and George sporting their holiday hats. Happy Holidays and remember…hide those valuables in your vehicle if you plan on leaving them inside while you shop and lock your doors.
Click on the poster below to go to the DBA’s website for more information.
HOLIDAY PUP PORTRAITS WITH SANTA SATURDAY DEC. 7TH, 11AM – 2PM
Mark your calendar, Santa Clause is coming to Chaar!
Get a memorable portrait of your dog with Santa and help support the Bethlehem Mounted Police.
When: Saturday, December 7th, 11am – 2pm
Cost: Cash donation to the Bethlehem Mounted Police collected at time of portrait.
No registration necessary. All dogs must be on leashes. Portraits will be delivered by email.
Your donation helps support the care and maintenance of the Bethlehem Mounted Police horses; Pharaoh, George and Raven.
From all our families to yours, have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! Remember wear those seat belts when traveling to and from your destination. If you see a police vehicle or officer on the side of the roadway on a motor vehicle stop, please move over and provide at least one full lane of travel between your car and the police officer. It is a law in Pennsylvania and helps the officer get home safely at the end of his or her shift.
Also, if you are starting your holiday shopping and want to avoid the lines and hassle of going out to make your purchases, why not stop by the Bethlehem Police Mounted Unit’s online store, www.cafepress.com/bethlehemmountedpolice. We have a full lineup of fun clothing and merchandise. All the proceeds of the sales from the online store go to the care of Raven, Pharaoh, and George.
Thanks for the support and Happy Thanksgiving!
The Bethlehem Mounted Patrol Unit