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Coaldale High School Class of 1961 will be holding it's 55th Class Reunion on Saturday May 28, 2016 at 1:00 PM at Lake Hauto.  Details to follow. If anyone would like any more information please contact me, Marge Gerber at dgerberm@yahoo.com   (Click Email)
CARBON COUNTY AREA SPORTS HALL OF FAME BANQUET -- MAY 29, 2016

Three Coaldale natives--Joe Terry (Coaldale High Class of 1961), Joe Holubek (Marian High Class of 1959), and Alyssa Vavra (Panther Valley High Class of 2008)--will be inducted on Sunday, May 29, 2016, nto the Carbon County Area Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame. The banquet will begin at 1:00pm at the Jim Thorpe Memorial Hall in Jim Thorpe, PA. To buy a ticket ($35.00 per person), please contact either Dr. Richard C. Miller at (610) 377-3221 or Mr. Evan Evans at eevans26@outlook.com (Click Email)

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                                  Coaldale discusses best way to display trophies
                                              Wednesday, January 13, 2016
                                       By Chris Rebercreber@tnonline.com

The Coaldale High School Tigers sports teams stopped playing five decades ago when their school was consolidated into Panther Valley School District.

But the trophies they won are still a source of pride for the community. They have been stored in the school, which now belongs to the borough, since 1964.

A local business owner has proposed housing the trophies so that more members of the community have a chance to see them.

Mike and Deb Danchak, the owners of the Angela Theatre, would like to display the trophies so more people can see them. The Angela is a small movie house, but it has also been a location for town halls and other community events.

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