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2018 Dates to Remember!

Dates are important – the kind that you mark on your calendar.  With the change of a year, it can be a time to do a financial check-up, especially on things that impact you and the people and things you value.

Like you, Morningstar Living reflects with fondness and gratitude on the blessings and highlights of last year.  Indeed, we received many generous gifts of volunteerism as well as financial support.  We can never say thank you enough times!

As you make plans for your financial good health and where to allocate your resources, please consider some of the resources available through our organization.  

On February 20th, we are offering a great program called Control: Power Up that features distinguished attorneys in the Lehigh Valley who will offer good information about the ways to assert your intent in legal documents, assignment of duties and your estate planning.  Click here to register.

Additionally, please be mindful of new legislation passed by Congress and its impact on your financial well-being.  You might want to be planning now to fully understand any implications and best course of action for matters that meet your charitable intentions.

If you have an IRA and qualify for Required Minimum Distribution, please remember that April 1st is a date to remember.  There are consequences if you don’t withdraw your RMD in a timely fashion – don’t be caught being late!  If you want to learn more about using your RMD for a qualified charitable contribution to Morningstar Living – click here.

You’re the best date – give a call if you want to make a date to get more information!

Harvest of Friends 2017

This year’s Harvest of Friends was a rousing success!  The New England theme was represented in the vibrant colors of guests and décor, the delicious bounty of land and sea, the warm hospitality of all who gathered and the generous spirit of all.

Thanks to all who participated, the event will net more than $41,000 in income to be directed to the Good Samaritan benevolent care fund.  This is our highest total ever! 

Special thanks are extended to those who labored to present this wonderful annual event on the campus of Moravian Hall Square.  Guests enjoyed the new cocktail reception location, silent auction offerings, delicious food and libations and the warm, cozy atmosphere.

We are especially grateful to the following sponsors for their generosity in making this year’s Harvest of Friends remarkable. 

Gold Sponsors:  Phyllis Bock and The Philadelphia Trust Company

Bronze Sponsors:  Piper Jaffray & Co., Marc G. Silver

Crimson Sponsors:  Darrell & Linda Crook, Susan Drabic, Deb & John Esposito, Shirley Flagler, Margaret & Steven Krawiec, Vic & Mary Lesky, Latsha, Davis & McKenna, Phoebe Pharmacy, sjz Consulting and Wagner Family

Russet Sponsors:  Owen M. Bastian, Inc., Blue Valley Builders, Chrin Companies of Delaware, Chrin Hauling, Corporate Environments, Thomas & Donna Ely, Jane & Paul Florenz, Hanover Engineering, Hoch Accounting, Lewis & Walters, RLB Accounting, Raymond James Financial – Beth Ann Kowalski

Emerald Sponsors:  Mark Allen, Marilyn Brewster, Roe Haberacker, Joan Heilman, Iron Pigs Charities, Sandy Massetti, Alma Anne Miles-Koch, Audrey McAbee, Leena Rinaldi and Mollie Santee

Special thanks to these in-kind sponsors: Bayou – Christian Duarte, Bear Creek Mountain Resort, Bethlehem Dairy Store, Blue Mountain, Buza’s Greenhouse, Chocolate Lab, Classic Victorian, Green Pond Nurseries, Morning Call, Ocean, Nazareth Floral Design at Donohoe Farms, Scott Wheeler designs, Seasons – Bethlehem, Sodexo Senior Services, State Theatre,  Touchtown, Working Dog Press, Youell’s and the many individuals who contributed outright gifts and auction items!

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