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  • Birthday 06/29/1990

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    Briggs Farm Blues Festival "The Best Weekend of the Year!" Each year since 1998, blues fans, music enthusiasts, friends and families have gathered on our 250 year old family farm in a celebration of life, togetherness, and great music! What began as a single day of music has evolved into a 3 day celebration of music and togetherness that fans both old and new have declared "The Best Weekend of the Year!" Click here to check out their website for full information and tickets! THURSDAY JULY 8 9AM Parking Lots Open 10AM Gates Open for Reserve Campsites 11AM Camping Gates
  2. 2021 is finally upon us and we certainly hope it is a better year than 2020! However, you might as well make a New Years Resolution that you can keep, like signing up for our community for free!
  3. Hampton Bay Mara indoor and outdoor ceiling fans were sold this year between April and October at Home Depot stores and its website and are now being recalled due to their blades flying off while in use. It has been reported that The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has received nearly 50 complaints of the blades flying off with some impacting people and damaging property (it does not sound like any major injuries were reported). The fans were sold at Home Depot from April of 2020 to October of 2020 and the owner of Hampton Bay Mara, King of Fans, has issued a report and video on
  4. Hampton Bay Mara indoor and outdoor ceiling fans were sold this year between April and October at Home Depot stores and its website and are now being recalled due to their blades flying off while in use. It has been reported that The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has received nearly 50 complaints of the blades flying off with some impacting people and damaging property (it does not sound like any major injuries were reported). The fans were sold at Home Depot from April of 2020 to October of 2020 and the owner of Hampton Bay Mara, King of Fans, has issued a report and video on
  5. Merry Christmas from all of us at Columbia County Online! We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday today. Oh, and don't forget to stop by our community to spend some holiday joy with your fellow community members.
  6. As COVID-19 cases continue to raise in Pennsylvania at an alarming rate, Governor Wolf has announced a restrictions on the state's residences, businesses, and commuters in an attempt to slow the spread and help health care keep up with the virus. “Today I am announcing additional, temporary COVID-19 protective mitigation measures in the commonwealth,” stated Gov. Wolf. “With these measures in place, we hope to accomplish three goals: First, stop the devastating spread of COVID-19 in the commonwealth. Second, keep our hospitals and health care workers from becoming overwhelmed. And third
  7. As COVID-19 cases continue to raise in Pennsylvania at an alarming rate, Governor Wolf has announced a restrictions on the state's residences, businesses, and commuters in an attempt to slow the spread and help health care keep up with the virus. “Today I am announcing additional, temporary COVID-19 protective mitigation measures in the commonwealth,” stated Gov. Wolf. “With these measures in place, we hope to accomplish three goals: First, stop the devastating spread of COVID-19 in the commonwealth. Second, keep our hospitals and health care workers from becoming overwhelmed. And third
  8. Amazon Echo and Ring devices will be enabling their “Sidewalk” feature on multiple devices and you should at least know what that means. The company sent out emails to owners of the devices, but many people report them being filtered spam or simply ignored and Sidewalk has some concerns given Amazon’s security concerns in some devices in the recent past. Sidewalk is a new feature that allows Amazon devices to send a small amount of data from their home Wi-Fi to other nearby Amazon devices in the event the internet was to fail at that residence. The data used is quite small and will like
  9. Amazon Echo and Ring devices will be enabling their “Sidewalk” feature on multiple devices and you should at least know what that means. The company sent out emails to owners of the devices, but many people report them being filtered spam or simply ignored and Sidewalk has some concerns given Amazon’s security concerns in some devices in the recent past. Sidewalk is a new feature that allows Amazon devices to send a small amount of data from their home Wi-Fi to other nearby Amazon devices in the event the internet was to fail at that residence. The data used is quite small and will like
  10. Comcast has announced that over a dozen states in the northeastern part of the country will be added to the 1.2 TB a month data cap in Comcast's new plan. Comcast's Xfinity plans currently offer unlimited data with bandwidth speed restrictions, but their lower tier plans will now also include the 1.2TB monthly data limit along with the speed limits. Starting in March, customers who exceed 1.2TB in a month will be charged $10 per 50GB of data, for a maximum of $100. Comcast has added extensions to their data caps in other states with the COVID-19 work for home push, but this gesture still
  11. Comcast has announced that over a dozen states in the northeastern part of the country will be added to the 1.2 TB a month data cap in Comcast's new plan. Comcast's Xfinity plans currently offer unlimited data with bandwidth speed restrictions, but their lower tier plans will now also include the 1.2TB monthly data limit along with the speed limits. Starting in March, customers who exceed 1.2TB in a month will be charged $10 per 50GB of data, for a maximum of $100. Comcast has added extensions to their data caps in other states with the COVID-19 work for home push, but this gesture still
  12. Columbia County Online has added a series of changes to our website as we prepare to go live. Check below to see the changes! We plan on adding more articles like this as we work on our communication. Change log Vastly expanded forums for more content Added calendar to list public events Removed COVID-19 section Fixed user group permission issues in using forum Fixed moderator permissions in editing articles News articles will now be promoted directly from the In The News forum
  13. This month marks the start of Geisinger's new visitation policy that includes, no visitors. Visitors are allowed to see patients and enter facilities under special circumstances only. The company stated, that this is to help keep patients safe, as COVID-19 cases increase in the area and within local hospitals. Geisinger is offering ways to accommodate family members allowing communications with loved ones while in the facilities. Such as, providing families with iPads. Family members are encouraged to contact the hospital to find out more information. Geisinger Clinics and Outpatient
  14. We will be having our Halloween parade this year with some modifications. Please use your head with safety protocols. There will no inside activities this year. We will be handing out bags of candy and throwing candy from the apparatus during the parade. Parade forms at 6 and moves at 6:30. Rain date is the 28th. Judging of costumes is a possibility at this point either outside or in the engine bay. Visit their Facebook event for more details.
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