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Member News – September 7, 2022

The Danville Heritage Festival Kicks off Friday!

The Danville Heritage Festival is a community celebration of all things Danville. This year’s festival will be in conjunction with the Fall Arts & Crafts Festival (Saturday, September 10) centered around Mill Street, with special events at other locations throughout the Danville community.  Enjoy living history presentations, historic tours of Danville, train rides, live music, vendors, great food, fireworks, hikes, 5K run/walk and much more!  For a full schedule of events, visit here.

43rd Annual Fall Arts and Craft Festival Saturday

The 43rd Annual Danville Fall Arts & Crafts Festival is a one-stop shopping extravaganza for Danville and the surrounding area. From handmade jewelry to upcycled wooden furniture, crafts and toys, to children's face-painting and fashion accessories...it's all together in one location.  Read more.

 

Vote for Hallo-Fun at Knoebels

Knoebels Amusement Resort's Hallo-Fun is sitting at #9 on USA TODAY's 10Best Halloween event contests list. There's still a week left to vote for your favorites, so cast your vote here! 

Berwick: The Next Step

A free family fun event to come together as a community.  Located in Nescopeck Town Park, Warren Street, Nescopeck.

Congratulations Donna Murphy, Retiring Danville Borough Receptionist

Thank-you, Donna Murphy, for decades of service as the Danville Borough receptionist, and congratulations on your retirement! Donna will be working through the next month or so.
According to Borough officials, "Donna is someone who does not know the meaning of impossible task, who does not know the meaning of lunch break, who does not understand the meaning of the word no."

Paul Taylor Dance Company To Present Three Diverse Works at Weis Center Stage

The Weis Center will host these free events as part of Bucknell University's Family Weekend Festivities.  Learn more.

Cub Scout Fun Day at Montour Preserve is September 17

The Columbia-Montour Council, BSA invites all interested youth to join them for hiking, exploring, boating and picnicking at the Montour Preserve on September 17 between 10am and 2pm.  There's lots of ways to connect with local Scouts.

First Keystone Community Bank Offers Tips for Debit Card Security

Americans spend billions of dollars every year on debit card purchases. The convenience of making purchases without the extra charges associated with credit cards is the biggest advantage to using a debit card. However, debit card security is crucial to avoiding fraudulent charges that could end up being your responsibility.  Read More.

Geisinger Provides Resources About Annual Flu Shots

Check out Geisinger's flu resource page, which includes FAQ's, walk-in and drive-thru locations.

First Columbia Bank & Trust Co. to Host Photography Competition

Competition categories include animals/wildlife, flowers, close-up/macro, nature/landscape, and black & white.  Registration and digital photo submission due October 1.  Download the competition packet here.

Service 1st Federal Credit Union Inks Bucky the Bison to NIL Mascot Deal

All we can say is, you've got to see it to believe it.  Congrats, Service 1st!

Bloomsburg Fair Vendors Hiring

If you know someone interested, please contact the concession office at (570) 387-4144.

Be Disaster-Ready During National Preparedness Month

This year's National Preparedness Month's theme is "A Lasting Legacy".  The life you've built is worth protecting!  Check out UGI's Tips to help you prepare for an emergency.   Read More.  For a list of items to put in your emergency kit, visit www.ugi.com/BePrepared.

The Bloomsburg Public Library Strategic Planning Survey, September Calendar

The Bloomsburg Public Library needs your help completing a strategic planning survey.  While you're at it, check out the PACKED September children's event schedule (right).

CareerLink To Host Employer Seminars

Check out these additional business training seminars.