2012 Press Releases

Project Healing Waters Visits Penn's Creek

Eight injured and disabled, devoted veterans from the Batavia and Buffalo, NY, VAMC’s recently visited Kaarondinhah’s Camp Guttalata for four nights and five days of fly fishing in mid October. Read More

21 Local Children Receive Computers for the New School Year

To celebrate the coming of the new school year, MeGive, a sister project of MePush, Inc. recently awarded 21 local children with gently used computers. Read More

Campus Theatre Renovation Project Honored by AIA

The Campus Theatre Renovation Project has been honored with a Citation of Merit for Architectural Excellence by the American Institute of Architects' Pennsylvania Chapter. Read More

Bike Trail Maps Now Available

The Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau (SRVVB), is pleased to unveil five newly updated Bike Trails just in time for spring! The bike maps were revised and redesigned by Julieyn Osterhoudt, a spring intern from Temple University. Read More

Knoebels' Attractions Receive Top Marks in 3 Categories

The National Amusement Park Historical Association (NAPHA) named Knoebels Amusement Resort (Elysburg, PA) as the Best Park for Families. In addition, its Phoenix roller coaster was voted by NAPHA members as the Favorite Wood Roller Coaster, and its Black Diamond roller coaster/dark ride was the Best New Attraction. Members also called Knoebels as their second Favorite Traditional Amusement Park. Read More

2012 Official Guide to the SRV Now Available

The Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau (SRVVB), which is the Tourism Promotion Agency for Snyder, Northumberland and Union Counties, is pleased to unveil its 2012 Official Guide. The 76-page Guide is the Bureau's key promotional piece for the year. 85,000 copies are mailed and distributed each year to prospective tourists and visitors. Read More

4th Annual Photo Contest Winners Announced

The Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce the winners of its Fourth Annual "Every Turn a Treasure" Photo Contest, which took place from August 1, 2011 through January 1, 2012. Nearly 300 digital images were submitted by local residents and visitors. Read More