Images from the Tamaqua Area Faith Fellowship’s annual breakfast celebrating the hope of the season and spirit of community. Photos by Andy Leibenguth. Royalty free music by Danosongs.com.
Tamaqua’s Night of Luminaria during the 2012 Christmas Season.
Luminaries light the night in Tamaqua. A project of the Tamaqua Area Faith Fellowship Network.
Photos by Andy Leibenguth. Royalty free music by Danosongs.com.
George Taylor, founder of the Tamaqua Area Faith Fellowship Network, talks about the activities of the outreach. He is joined in this discussion by Pastors James Cavallero and Kevin Roberts who share their views of the goals and achievements of these “works of faith.”
Dr. Joe Urenovitch, President, Tamaqua Industrial Development Enterprises (TIDE) answers questions about the work of the TIDE organization posed by State Rep. Jerry Knowles in a recent broadcast of Legislative Report.
In this segment you will learn about the history of TIDE and the companies that can be found in the TIDE Industrial Park.
Our thanks to Representative Knowles for permission to post this segment of his program.
The South Ward Fire Company took the opportunity to open a door to a new era of effective emergency services for the people of Tamaqua even as the members of the company helped to create additional educational opportunities for residents of the area.
Chief Mark Bower explains how the story unfolded.
Efforts to improve the Streetscape in Tamaqua are really paying off.
One can readily see how new sidewalks and street lamps have improved the town’s appearance in many public spaces.
Tamaqua Borough Councilman Tom Cara and Main Street Manager Linda Yulanavage share their views on the benefits of streetscape improvements.
The Depot Square Park was created to compliment the renovated Victorian-era train station in the heart of downtown. It is now a centerpiece in Tamaqua and a nice place for Tamaqua residents and visitors to sit back and relax.
Micah Gursky and Linda Yulanavage provide the background on what took place to make the park a present day reality.
An excerpt from the 2009 Argall Report with Senator Dave Argall. In this video segment the senator recognizes the owners of La Dolce Casa for their willingness to execute a facade improvement easement in favor of the Tamaqua Area Community Partnership.
Kathy Kunkle explains how a new South Ward stairway from Spruce Street to Nescopec Street came back into being almost 30 years after the former stairway became so dangerous it had to be removed.
Linda Yulanavage talks about the Main Street Program – an economic development effort in Tamaqua’s commercial corridor.