Montour County Readdressing Meetings Scheduled

A series of public information sessions will be held in May to provide updates on the merger of the 911 centers between Columbia and Montour counties and readdressing in Montour County. Residents and commercial property owners in Montour County, Riverside Borough and Rush Township are encouraged to attend one of the following sessions.

  • Wednesday, May 10 – Danville Middle School, 120 Northumberland Road
  • Wednesday, May 24 – Anthony Township Municipal Building, 1295 White Hall Road
  • Thursday, May 25 – First Baptist Church of Danville, 20 Brookside Drive
  • Wednesday, May 31 – St. Peter’s United Methodist Church, 240 Sunbury Road, Riverside

The sessions are being hosted by the Montour County Commissioners and will begin at 7:00 p.m. Additional information on 911 readdressing is available on the Montour County website.

The Chamber supports the 911 consolidation to improve emergency response and to save costs in the long-term.

Leadership Central Penn to Hold Graduation May 18

Chamber members and the public are invited to the Leadership Central Penn graduation luncheon for the Class of 2017.

Date:     May 18, 2017
Place:    Frosty Valley Country Club, Danville
Time:    11:15 am – 1:30 pm

This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Holly Morrison, President & CEO of the Central Susquehanna Community Foundation.  A full buffet lunch will be served.  The cost is $25 per person.  Checks can be made payable to The Foundation of the Columbia Montour Chamber of Commerce and mailed to the Chamber at 238 Market Street, Bloomsburg, PA  17815, or by calling the Chamber office with a credit card at 570-784-2522.  The deadline to sign up for the event is May 8.  Payment must be received by May 18. 

Below are members of the Leadership Central Penn Class of 2017.

Athena Aardweg
Northern Columbia Community & Cultural Center

Phil Baney
Autoneum North America, Inc.

Jordan Barbour
Geisinger Bloomsburg Hospital

Nikki Dietterick
First Keystone Community Bank

Gordy Evans
Geisinger Medical Center

Wren Fritsky
Bloomsburg University

Robert Geiger
Girton Manufacturing

Kevin Gordon
Autoneum North America, Inc.

Randy Hartranft
PPL Electric Utilities

Mark Hepler
Kawneer, an Arconic Company

Artur Jagielski
Kawneer, an Arconic Company

Megan Kiliti
Berwick Area Swimming Pool Association

Brian Klinefelter
First Keystone Community Bank

Shelly Tyson
Geisinger Medical Center

Aubry McConnell
Bloomsburg University

Christiana Paradis
The Women’s Center

Hannah Sick
First Columbia Bank & Trust

Cassie Weaver
Columbia Child Development Program

Renaissance Parking Regulations

The Bloomsburg Police Department issued the following press release regarding parking regulations during the Renaissance Jamboree this Saturday, April 29. 

The Bloomsburg Police Department would like to remind everyone of certain parking regulations enforced for The Annual Renaissance Jamboree taking place this Saturday, April 29, 2017. 

The event will close Main Street/SR0011 from Iron Street to Railroad Street, and Market St. from W. Ridge Ave to W. Pine Ave.  Uniformed officers, fire police and regulatory traffic control devices will detour traffic around Main Street using Railroad Street and 6th Street.  The event starts at 10 a.m. and runs through 5 p.m. and is a family oriented event.

No Parking is in affect daily on Main Street and Market Square from 2–5 a.m.  Parking will also be prohibited on Market Street from Main Street to Ridge Avenue and from Main Street to Pine Avenue.  Additional No Parking will be enforced at 3rd & Market Street near the Wesley Church and on Main Street at Iron in front of Saint Paul’s ChurchCars parked in these areas on Saturday will be ticketed and towed 2–5 a.m.. 

Portable restrooms will be located on Iron Street @ E. Main Street, on Center Street @ Main Street, at the Courthouse on Main St., and on Oyer Ave. @ W. Main St.

Handicapped Parking is available at the rear of the Public Library along W. Pine Ave.  Metered Parking is free on Saturday; however all other parking regulations will be enforced across the day. For more information call the Bloomsburg Police at 570-784-6779.

Welcome Cerridwen’s Garden

More than 550 businesses and organizations belong to the Chamber to receive benefits and support efforts to strengthen their businesses and our region. Increased membership allows us to offer additional programs and benefits, have a stronger voice in advocacy and be involved in more activities and initiatives in our communities. The Chamber welcomes its newest member, Cerridwen’s Garden, to help us fulfill our mission.

Located at 980 Columbia Blvd. (Rt. 11) next to Giant in the Scott Town Center, Cerridwen’s Garden is a floral gift shop and garden center. It specializes in locally handmade wreaths and is open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday. 

Additional contact information is available on the Chamber’s Online Directory

A reminder that anyone who recommends Chamber membership will receive a $25 gift certificate when that organization joins. 

Welcome Planet Fitness

More than 550 businesses and organizations belong to the Chamber to receive benefits and support efforts to strengthen their businesses and our region. Increased membership allows us to offer additional programs and benefits, have a stronger voice in advocacy and be involved in more activities and initiatives in our communities. The Chamber welcomes its newest member, Planet Fitness, to help us fulfill our mission.

Located at 225 Columbia Mall Blvd. inside the Columbia Mall in Buckhorn, Planet Fitness is open 24/7 and offers a plethora of cardio and strength equipment, high-end tanning, massage chairs, a 30-minute circuit and much more. Planet Fitness will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening event on Wednesday, May 3 beginning at 4 p.m. 

Additional contact information is available on the Chamber’s Online Directory.

A reminder that anyone who recommends membership will receive a $25 gift certificate when that organization joins.