2011-09-17 00:00:00 by Courtney Koski/Info Girl
Here’s What’s Happening:
If you’re looking to volunteer or need flood relief assistance contact AGAPE, located on 7th Street in Bloomsburg.
The disaster recovery center is open on Sawmill Road in Bloomsburg from 10 to 7, seven days a week.
The Bloomsburg Area YMCA has tetanus clinics Saturday and Sunday. They also have pharmacists and counselors available. Call 784-0188 for more info.
Catawissa First United Methodist Church is serving lunch from 11:30 to 1:00 and dinner from 4:30 to 6:00 pm. They will be serving meals at least through Monday.
Lunch will be served at Wesley United Methodist Church today, and the Friendship meal will be served at Wesley today as well in Bloomsburg. Tomorrow in Bloomsburg AGAPE will serve a meal.
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church is serving a hot meal at 5:00 today.
The Columbia County Volunteers in Medicine Clinic present Mike Lewis in concert tonight at 7:00 pm at Berwick High School. It’s a benefit for the clinic and flood victims.
The Dream Machines Motor Club will have their monthly car cruise in tonight in the Columbia Mall parking lot from 6 to 9 pm.
The Bloomsburg Theater Ensemble presents “The Guys,” tonight at 7:30 and tomorrow afternoon at 3:00.
Buy a tee shirt and the money goes to flood relief through the Red Cross. Flood of 2011 tee shirts can be ordered by calling the radio station at 784-1200. We’ll need your name, phone number, and shirt size. $10.00 per shirt.
The Panthers of Bloomsburg made their return to play Friday evening with a home field victory against Montoursville on their temporary home field at Redman Stadium. The Panthers won that match 36-7. You can hear all the details with Jonathan Schwab in the WHLM Friday Night Football Update:
Other area teams are in action Saturday. Southern Columbia plays at Shamokin. Berwick is at Dallas in a 1:00 game you can hear on 103.5 WHLM-FM. On Newsradio 930 at 1:00 Columbia Montour Vo-Tech plays at home against East Juniata, and later at 7:00 you can hear Danville at Central Columbia.