SVMC and the Saucon Valley community mourns the loss of Mr. Albert Neumeyer.

With heavy hearts, we fondly remember our Elementary Music Teacher and Band Director, Mr. Al Neumeyer. He was a talented educator and a kind man who shared his enthusiasm and passion for music with our students and their families. It was not uncommon for parents to receive phone calls from him to share their children’s progress and success. He leaves behind an unmeasured legacy of music appreciation in those who were blessed to learn from him.

We offer our deepest condolences to his family. We will be forever grateful for his contribution to music education and his love for music and band. Rest in peace Mr. Neumeyer and thank you for sharing your time and talent with us.


Clearances Reminder

​Just a reminder to complete your clearances with the school district.  Clearances are needed for all volunteer roles including working in the Snack Bar, being a Roadie, chaperoning trips, etc.  

News

Band and Chorus Annual Tree Sale Cancelled

​Saying goodbye to this long-time tradition was very difficult.  After declining sales and increased competition over the last few years, the SVMC was faced with the difficult decision of cancelling the sale for the 2018 holiday season.  The Tree Sale had been a long standing tradition in our community for more than 40 years.  We were sad to not be out there selling the beautiful Christmas trees.  We greatly appreciate all who have patronized our sale over all of those years.  If you are looking for a fresh Christmas tree, we recommend visiting Neighbor's Home and Garden Center on Main Street in Hellertown.  Neighbor's made a generous donation in December 2018 to our organization when they learned that we were not selling trees.  We appreciate their generosity and support.

SVMC mourns the loss of our former President and friend, Lori Marshall.

With deep sadness, we say goodbye to our former SVMC President, Lori Marshall.  Lori was a strong driving force to the success of the SVMC.  Her enthusiasm and efforts will always be greatly appreciated.  Even after she no longer had children of her own in our program, she remained available to provide help whenever she was needed.  We can't thank her enough for her time, talent, strength and perseverance.  


We offer our deepest condolences to her husband Bill and their family.  Rest in peace Lori and thank you for everything you have done for our organization, our children, our community and the positive impact you made on the Saucon Valley Music program.

​Saucon Valley Music Connection