Kelsey’s Dream fundraiser canceled


SUNBURY — Weather has canceled a Kelsey’s Dream event.  Due to potential flooding at the Shikellamy Marina this weekend, the “Water Walk” scheduled for Sunday afternoon has been canceled.   The event was prepared by the students of Building Leaders for the SusquehannaValley.  The group’s coordinator, Jeff Shaffer of the Central PA Chamber of Commerce’s Business & Education Association, said the students are disappointed that the event they’ve worked hard on will not happen.  He said any funds raised ahead of time will still go to support Kelsey’s Dream.   Kelsey’s Dream helps children with cancer and children in need.  The fund honors 12-year-old Kelsey Kuhns, who died of cancer in 2005.  You can find…

Recycling Event

Snyder County residents and business owners- Get rid of your STUFF – see attached listing of accepted items and more information about the convenient shredding available during this multi-day grand recycling event! recycle shredding event Follow

Susquehanna River Cleanup Project

Listen to SRCP founder, Zach Stotter talk about the upcoming cleanup on 94kx and WKOK! About The SRCP The Susquehanna River Cleanup Project began as a group of friends concerned about the health of the Susquehanna River and the debris on its shores from years of littering and Fall 2011’s extensive flooding. The more we went out, the more we realized how much more needed done, and the more we organized. We are now a non-profit community and volunteer-centered organization based around the central Susquehanna River Valley.The SRCP needs your help in continuing to protect the Susquehanna River. The Susquehanna has been named several times as a “most endangered river”, and although we may not be able to…

GSVUW Day of Action

he biggest Valley work party is scheduled for Friday May 3, 2013. Please join Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way in support of Day of Action. We are working to organize volunteers who will work at non-profit and human service organizations in Northumberland, Snyder and Union Counties. Last year Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way placed more than 200 volunteers at area non-profits throughout The Valley to help with various projects such as: Painting, trimming branches, and cleaning brush at Pinenotter Park in Northumberland Painting exterior doors and staining benches at Haven Ministry Preparing the arts and crafts for Lewisburg Area Recreation Authority’s summer camp for kidsf Day of Action Volunteers will receive a “Live United” t-shirt as…

Friends of the Shikellamy State Park

The ‘Friends Group’ for the Shikellamy State Park was formed in the summer of 2007 by local members of your community who cherish the park as a genuine treasure. They came together around the common ideas of sponsoring community events that would bring family, friends, neighbors, and yes, even strangers, together to enjoy amazing experiences.     Our Mission is to To develop community awareness of the Shikellamy State Park Marina & Overlook and the Susquehanna River through cultural, enviromental, recreational, educational and historical activities! Yearly Events Drum Circle Overlook Concerts Sunday Brunch Purple Tie Dinner Fall Harvest Festival Equinox Celebration Paddle the Pack Follow

Milton Cultural Festival

Presented by T.I.M.E. May 11, 2013 10AM-4PM Visit us on Facebook: Milton Cultural Festival JOIN US FOR OUR FIFTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL! OUR CULTURES ARE CONNECTING AND GROWING TOGETHER IN MILTON~ International Food Court Crafts Children’s Activities Vendors- educational, nonprofit Entertainment Download 2013 Flyer SIGN UP EARLY FOR YOUR SPACE Download Vendor Application Download Vendor Information The Steering Committee is looking for help in planning the Festival Contact Donna Bridge, 570-742-0379 MISSION STATEMENT: The Milton Cultural Festival endeavors to encourage, salute and welcome all cultures, faiths, nationalities, backgrounds and peoples, native, visiting and/ or immigrating, with the hope of enriching all of our unique lives by creating a venue and celebration of the many different cultural backgrounds…

Berwick construction begins next week

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BERWICK — Work will begin next week on Route 11 in Berwick.  According to PennDOT, crews will begin reconstructing a portion of Front Street through the business district on Tuesday.   Barletta Materials and Construction will begin by excavating the roadway on the left side first.  The left side is expected to be completed by April 26.  After that, work will begin on the right side, which should be completed by May 6.  The third portion of work will be completed after the Celebrate Berwick Festival on May 11.   There will be no parking on either side of Front Street during work.  Motorists are advised to use caution in the area, as traffic will…

Tax day not as busy for the post office

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SELINSGROVE — Tax day is Monday.  While that used to mean longer hours for the post office, Selinsgrove postmaster Michael Wolfberg said that is not the case anymore.   “We used to, I’m thinking 25-30 years ago, be open until 9:00p.m. or midnight,” he said.  “Now with the internet the way it is, and with e-filing, and everything that everybody is doing online, it really does eliminate the amount of lines that we see coming in.”   Wolfberg said people still wait until the last day to file their taxes, but not all of them come to the post office to send them anymore.  He said they will still see longer lines Monday, but not…

Mifflinburg man sentenced to prison for a deadly crash


  LEWISBURG – A Mifflinburg man has been sentenced to up to two years in prison for a crash that killed his girlfriend in Union County. 20-year-old Christopher Libby was sentenced after pleading no-contest to charges against him. The crash happened in August of 2011 along Sportsman’s Club Road in West Buffalo Township. Police say Libby was speeding when he crashed his car, killing 18-year-old Emily Kunkel. (Ali Stevens)   Follow

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  EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) – Authorities in northeastern Pennsylvania say a stray bullet hit the window of an elementary school, but nobody was hurt. State troopers say the bullet came from a group of people who were target shooting about a half-mile from Resica Elementary School. Educators had locked down the school in Middle Smithfield Township on Thursday while police investigated. Officials say the bullet broke the outer glass of a double-paned window, but did not enter a second-grade classroom. Police tell the Pocono Record the damage does not appear to be intentional. Police say troopers who arrived at the scene could still hear gunshots and were able to track down the shooters. Police…