Wednesday, September 15, 2010

If you want to save some bucks

‘Power With Purpose'

Dear Friends and Family,

I want to share this information about the new company I have joined, VIRIDIAN ENERGY.
Did you know you can choose your energy supplier? Switch and simply pay less on your electric bill – that’s right, no extra bills. Your utility just costs you less money. Your reliability and emergency repair remain the responsibility of PPL and are unaffected, in fact PPL is encouraging people to switch suppliers and save money
The reason I chose VIRIDIAN ENERGY to partner with is because it's free to switch, much cheaper than PPL, good for the environment and requires NO contracts, fees or obligations at all We offer a variable rate which is the most efficient way to purchase energy supply over the course of the year
Make the switch in less than 5 minutes. Visit and follow the steps outlined below. You will be so glad you did

Terry J. Hougendobler
Energy Consultant
(717) 892 1577

Step One of Three:
log on to my website..
click on box labeled “Become a Customer”
on the next screen
o Enter your zip code
o Select “PPL” as your utility
o Choose residential
o Choose “Everyday Green 20%” for your rate plan

Step Two of Three: Enter Your Account Information exactly as it appears
on your PPL bill, No hyphen on the account number

Final Step of Three:
Enter email and phone number
Type your name where it asks for your e-signature

Enjoy the money you save every month

Upcoming events

Here is a list of upcoming events:
Thursday and Friday: The Columbia Market House will be open.
Friday: Columbia High School holds its third annual Athletic Hall of Fame inductions with a reception prior to its football game with Daniel Boone, with the induction cerremony at halftime.
Those being inducted are the 1987 state basketball championship, Hilary Hershey, Ken Haverstick, Mike Keiper and Steve Ward.
Saturday: The Columbia Quick Response Service will hold a chicken barbeque and rib sale in the parking lot of the Columbia Shopping Center.
Saturday: The Columbia Boy's Athletic Association will hold a yard sale at Glatfelter Field:
Saturday: The Columbia Historic Preservation Society will be held at the Columbia No. 1 Fire Department:
Saturday: St. James Lutheran Church will hold a yard and craft sale:
Saturday: St. Annes Retirement Community and the borough of Mountville will hold a yard sale:
Tuesday:  The Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce will hold a business expo at the Columbia Market House from 5-8 p.m.
The public is invited to visit the Business Expo to learn more about the goods and services provided by participating firms. Representatives from businesses ranging from financial planning to massage therapy and more will be on hand to talk to the public. Some participants will offer information and promotional items describing their products and services, while others will have goods for sale at the Business Expo.

For more information, contact the Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce at 684-5249.
Saturday, Sept. 25: The members of the Washington Boro Society for Susquehanna River Heritage are serious about preserving the history and traditions of the area, but they also enjoy kicking up their heels for a good time. The organization will hold a hoedown at the Heritage Center, which is located at the intersection of River Road and Blue Rock Road in Washington Boro.

The event will begin with a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. Attendees are asked to bring place settings, beverages, and a covered dish or dessert to share. Square dancing will follow the meal until 8:30 p.m. The hoedown is open to the community, and there is no cost to participate.
The Susquehanna Fire Company. 10th and Manor streets, will hold their fall chicken barbecue.
Thursday, Sept, 30: The Mayor and Borough Council invite the citizenry to attend a public meeting to be held at 7 p.m. at the Columbia High School Auditorium.
The purpose of this meeting is to present and introduce the recently completed Economic Development Strategic Plan for Columbia Boro undertaking was given to an Advisory Group that represents a cross-section of Borough residents. This group, in collaboration with professional staff guidance from the Lancaster County Planning Commission, was charged with producing a plan that will generate and promote economic growth within an identifiable footprint, as well as, throughout the community. Key to the success of this effort is a positive understanding of the guide document that will be presented at the public meeting, and the valued input from the general public regarding the future o Columbia Borough.