2012-11-11 00:00:00 by Courtney Koski / Info Girl
Town Hill United Methodist Church is celebrating their anniversary this morning and invite you out for gospel music at 9:00 AM.
It's gift card bingo today...it's 20 games for $20.00, and each game has a $100 gift card prize. Games start at 2:00 PM at the Bloomsburg Fire Hall.
Bloomsburg University Community Orchestra has a performance this afternoon at 2:30 PM in Mitrani Hall on the BU Campus.
Wesley United Methodist Church invites you to a handbell concert this afternoon at 3:00 PM.
Benton British Cars is meeting today at 3:00 PM at Strevigs Restaurant in Benton.
The Skate Park of Bloomsburg is proud to bring the only Central Pennsylvania screening of “The Bones Brigade” today at 3:00 PM. Tickets are $10, and all proceeds go to re-build the Bloomsburg Skate Park fund.
Catawissa First United Methodist Church is hosting a hymn sing today at 3:00 PM...there is no charge.
The annual Night of Giving at the Columbia Mall is happening tonight starting at 6:00 PM to benefit the National Lung Cancer Partnership.
And coming up on Tuesday night at Berwick High School there will be a drug and gang awareness event being organized by Columbia County Commissioner David Kovach. It's in the Berwick High School Cafeteria from 6:00 to 8:00 PM Tuesday night.
The Bloomsburg High School football team tried to avenge their season-opening loss as they played South Williamsport in the first round of D4 Class A playoffs Friday. The Panthers were unable to pull out the win; the final was 32-16 South Williamsport. In the other Class A semifinal, Southern Columbia remains unbeaten with a 28-21 win against Line Mountain. In the District 4 Class AA playoffs Friday night, Danville beat Loyalsock 31-6 and Central Columbia fell to Mount Carmel 17-0.
Saturday afternoon at Crispin Field, Berwick played Dallas in a District 2 Class AAA semifinal. Berwick took the victory in that game 21-7. They will face Abington Heights in the Final.
In college football Saturday Bloomsburg University ended the regular season with a 49-41 win at Slippery Rock, a game the Huskies needed to clinch an NCAA playoff spot.
You can hear all the details from Saturday's action in the WHLM Stadurday Sports Report:
The Bloomsburg University Women's basketball team opened the season Friday afternoon against Chestnut Hill at Nelson Field House. The Huskies took a decisive 84-54 win in that game.