Thursday, February 10, 2011

Check this out

Here is an interview with Columbia grad Aaron Anspach:

Masosns elected officers

Scott Zeamer has recently been elected Worshipful Master of the Columbia Masonic Lodge # 286.

Zeamer resides in Lititz with his wife Susan. He has been associated with the Brethren Village for over 15 years and serves as Supervisor of Cottage Renovations.
Along with Zeamer, Andrew Zeamer was elected Senior Warden, Ken Brandt, Junior Warden, Gene Winters Treasurer, Allen Mahan Secretary, Aubrey Aldons, Pete Null, Mark Zeamer and Demuth Rodkey, Trustees
The following were appointed by Zeamer: Chaplain, Glenn Bachert, Senior Deacon, Marlin Shuggart, Junior Deacon, Clair W. Knight, Junior Master of Ceremonies Steve Mango, Senior Master of Ceremonies, John Heissler, Pursuivant, Chad Zeamer, Tyler, Andrew Gambler.
 Worshipful Master Zeamer stated that Masons should be more involved in the community and will lead the Columbia Masons to continue to be active in Columbia Boro. Aside from assisting the Shade Tree Commission and supporting the Columbia Historical Society. A Scholarship award is given to a Columbia High male Senior in route to collage and holds a 3.75 gpa. The Masons will continue to sponsor The Riverside Chapter of DeMolay and the Rainbow Girls. Both youth programs associated with Free Masonry. A new program this year will be supporting the Masonic Blood Drive.
The Columbia Lodge # 286 meets on the first Thursday of each month at the Masonic Center in Wrightsville. Information on the Lodge is available by calling 684 2343 or on the web:

GOP seeks candidates

The Columbia Area Republican Committee is currently seeking candidates for the Columbia Borough Council and the Columbia Borough School Board of Directors.
Five seats on the Columbia Borough Council and five seats on the Columbia Borough School District Board of Directors are up for election in this year's 2011 Municipal Elections.
The Columbia Area Republican Committee is committed to effective, efficient, and responsive government, economic development in the community and excellence in our schools. With revitalization happening in the borough and the challenges that face not only our schools but schools across the country, now is the time to get involved and help the town we love!
Please think about serving our community in this way. If you are interested, you can contact