Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Crusin' Columbia Car Show proceeds given out

 Three Lancaster County groups received checks for $3,400 each from proceeds from the annual Cruisin’ Columbia Car Show held June 19 in Columbia.

Receiving the checks were the Columbia K-9 Campaign, Hospice of Lancaster County and the Columbia Food Bank. Show organizer Barry Doutrich said the K-9 campaign also received a years worth of dog food from Musser’s Market, while the Food Bank received donations of more than 1,000 pounds of food and $300 cash.

More than 400 cars participated in the event.

SVCC Night at the Barnstormers

Peanuts! Popcorn! Crackerjacks! Enjoy the standard treats popular at a baseball game while benefiting the SVCC.
Purchase a ticket to the Lancaster Barnstormers vs. York Revolution game on Saturday, August 14, and SVCC will earn a portion of the ticket price to help support the Visitors Center.

The game, beginning at 6:30, will end with fireworks. Tickets to the game are $10 each. The SVCC will have a limited number of tickets on hand. While we have not yet received our supply, we are taking pre-orders. Reserve your ticket by contacting us at 684-5249, or by stopping in to see us.

Tickets that benefit the SVCC may also be ordered on-line. Follow the easy steps listed below when you place your on-line order. Invite friends and family to an enjoyable night out. Support the SVCC and Visitors Center by purchasing tickets to the August 14, 2010, Barnstormers game.
Instructions for On-Line Ordering:
1. Go to www.LancasterBarnstormers.com
2. Click on the “Fundraising Log-in” Button
3. Click on the SVCC logo (same as top of this article)
4. Enter SVCC when prompted to enter a group fundraising
5. Click “Buy”
6. A schematic of the available seats will be shown in green. Select the seats
you want by clicking on the individual locations.
7. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete your order

Columbia No. 1 to hold barbecue

The Columbia No. 1 Fire Department will hold a chicken barbecue, Saturday, Sept. 11, starting at 11 a.m.
Dinners are $8 annd its $4 for a half chicken.
Tickets are available from members.

Risk Watch to hold Seat Safety Check

There will be a Child Safety Seat Check, Saturday, July 25 from 9 a.m.-noon at the Kleen-Rite Car Wash, 16th Street and Lancaster Avenue.
Bring your car seat in the vehicle along with the child who uses it.
Partners are SVEMS, Kleen-Rite Car Wash, Columbia Boro Police Department and Susquehanna Fire & Rescue Co. #4.

Amenities coming to the Susquehanna River

Here is an article from the York Daily Record: http://www.ydr.com/ci_15552255?source=most_viewed