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Two Couples Will Win Dinner For Two From Valley Meats

 

Two couples will receive a prime rib dinner for two with all the fixings, plus shrimp cocktail from Valley Meats and The River 98.9.

 

Valley Meats will cater the dinner and Gary Mitchell and Tina Johns will be your waiter and waitress. Enjoy wine along with a fresh bouquet of flowers along with gifts for the winning couples from PA Wilds juried artist's Sandy Shields and Nelson Haas, provided by the Cameron county Chamber of Commerce and Artisan Center. Desert will include chocolate dipped strawberries. CLICK HERE

 

Valentine's Day "Sweetheart Sweepstakes"

 

Register this week to win in our Valentine's Day "Sweetheart Sweepstakes". Win a Valentine's Day Prize Package for you and your sweetheart. CLICK HERE

 

Sweets For Your Sweetie Pick-Up February 12th

 

 

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce welcomes back Goblin Chocolates.  The PA Wilds Juried chocolatier from St Marys is offering boxed chocolates and strawberries in time for Valentine’s Day. 

 

Chocolate covered strawberries are available in milk and dark 6 and 12 count packages for $13.50 and $22.00.  Boxed chocolates range from $9.95 to $15.00.  Also available are chocolate covered fruits and expresso beans.  Orders should be placed as soon as possible to guarantee delivery for Valentine’s Day.  Pick up will be Friday February 12.

 

Contact the chamber for more information or to place your order 814-486-4314.

 

Benefit Dance For Kline-Wall-Cherry Family February 13th

 

A benefit dance for the Kline-Wall-Cherry Family will be held on Saturday, February 13th at the Johnsonburg Fire Hall. There will be a Chinese Auction from 6 to 9 p.m. The Band Comin In Hot will perform from 9 to midnight.

 

Business Expo 2016 February 27th

 

 

The Business Expo 2016 will be held at the Sacred Heart Parish Center on Saturday, February 27th! The Business Expo, it will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. VENDOR SPACE AVAILABLE, CLICK HERE

 

Over 40 vendors will be participating. The River 98.9 is teaming up with the Straub Brewery once again for our Christian Food Bank Collection. Bring non-perishable food items to the Expo and you can register to win $98.00 cash from the River 98.9!

 

We are also very pleased to team up with Penn Highlands Elk for the annual Health Fair, which will provide an opportunity for a variety of free health screenings, plus Penn Highlands Elk DAY OF DANCE EVENT will be held in the gymnasium.

 

If you are planning a project around your home, looking for creative ideas for remodeling, interested in taste testing some of the fine wines from our region, you should plan to attend Business Expo 2016!

 

For More Information on the 2016 Business Expo, Click Here

 

Sacred Heart Pre Lenten Keuchel Sale February 8th

 

Sacred Heart's Pre Lenten specialty homemade Keuchel sale will be held on Monday, February 8th. Pick-up on February 8th between 3:30 and 6 p.m. To order, call 834-7861, or 834-3698. Price is $8 per dozen, or $4 per half dozen, plain or sugared. Orders accepted until February 5th.

 

 

Johnsonburg Building Labeled "At Risk"

 

The Anderson Brick Block was one of the first brick commercial buildings constructed in downtown Johnsonburg. This extraordinary building dominates the east side of Market Street for nearly half the length of the National Register-listed Johnsonburg Commercial Historic District.

 

The 12-bay brick building is two stories high, with a 3-story bay accentuating each end. Unfortunately, the building has been altered to some extent and its condition is deteriorating. The building is partially vacant, and at risk of disaster, such as fire, or continued deterioration. It is in need of upgrades to attract quality tenants.

 

For More, CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Cameron County Commissioners Reject Repository Bid For Property

 

The Cameron County Commissioners rejected a repository bid placed on an Emporium property during the board’s regular meeting held Thursday. The bid was placed for purchase of a parcel of land on East Fourth Street that includes the former Admit One building, an adjacent storefront and an apartment building in the rear facing East Greenwood Street. All three locations are in serious disrepair and have become health and safety hazards.

 

The commissioners feared that the prospective owner would not have the means or the desire to remove the buildings and either restore the lot or construct a new structure at that site. For More, Bradford Era

 

 

 

Crusaders Over SMAHS, Johnsonburg Falls To Brockway, Ridgway Tops St. Joseph's

 

Nate DaCanal exploded for a career-high 33 points, as unbeaten Elk County Catholic made a late-season statement with an 86-44 win over crosstown rival St. Marys.

 

Carter Adams and Corey Carr led Brockway a fourth-quarter surge for Brockway in a 44-34 win over visiting Johnsonburg.

 

The Ridgway Elkers notched a 57-49 non-conference road win at St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy. More From D9 Sports