Coronavirus updates from April 8, 2020April 9, 2020
CBS Evening News, April 8, 2020April 9, 2020
The Selinsgrove Athletic Council in conjunction with local businesses is offering a Chili Drive Thru (Chili, cornbread, and cookies for the kids) for anyone in need this Friday, 4/10, from 4-6 pm on Magnolia Ave. outside the Harold L. Bolig Stadium in Selinsgrove. We will have enough food for approximately 225 meals.
The PCC Corner of Hope is coming together, May 9th at Knoebels for it’s annual Walk, Run and Ride 4 Life. Registration begins at 9am at Pavilion, which will be a new pavilion this year, with the walk at 10am, followed by a hot dog lunch, and door prizes to be handed out. For more information we invite you to stop by the center M-F, 10-3 and Tuesday and Thursday from 5-8, beginning in February. You may also call 570-648-2600 or e-mail Jana at [email protected] with any questions. We are located at 150 S Market St. Shamokin. Gather your families, co-workers, and friends as we Walk, Run and Ride to protect life from conception to natural death. This event is Rain or Shine!
Joggin’ 4 Noggin 5K Run/Walk- Benefits for Brain Cancer Research
May 16, 2020
Rain or Shine!
Starts at 9 a.m. @ Little Buffalo State Park
$20 Registration – Before Jan. 1
$25 Registration Jan 1- May 13
$30 Registration – Registration on race day
Entry fees include t-shirt in slected size if registered by April 24.
Limited t-shirt size and quantities on race day
Awards for top finishers in age catergories
Post race refreshments
Register online: https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Newport/JogginfortheNoggin5KRunWalk
Visit us on Facebook: Joggin’ 4 Noggin 5k Run/Walk
The Pennsylvania American Legion is seeking applicants for the 50th
annual “Elmer Hafer American Legion State Police National Guard Youth Camp” leadership program designed
for young people with an interest in careers in law enforcement or military service.
The program, which is open to Pennsylvania youths who are 15-17 yrs old and not turned 18 by June 7
and will have completed their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school prior to June 7, will be held June
7-13 at York College in York County.
Those selected as cadets will engage in team building and self-esteem exercises and learn about the
Pennsylvania State Police, Pennsylvania National Guard, traffic and criminal laws and other law enforcement related topics. Cadets will march to their classes in platoon formation and have drill competition. Recreational activities will be scheduled as time permits.
The program is not a recreational camp or a disciplinary camp for problem youths.
Interested youths can obtain an application by calling 717-730-9100 or by visiting the Pennsylvania
American Legion website at www.pa-legion.com and proceeding to the “Programs” link. Applicants should
contact a local American Legion Post for sponsorship, when contacting a Post please speak with the Post
Commander or Post Adjutant. If you have any issues obtaining sponsorship, please contact Sharon at the above
number or [email protected] to secure a sponsorship.
Candidates must be in good physical heath and have at least average grades in school.