Thanks to all the vendors and visitors that attended the Shades of Susquehanna on Saturday, May 9 at MYO Park. So many visitors and vendors told us at 98.9 WQLV that they had such a good time we should do it again next year. SO WE ARE. Mark Saturday, May 14, 2016 on your calander for the next Shades of Susquehanna Wine & Music Fest. Hope to see you there!!!! Click here to see pictures of this years fest.
WIN A $500 GAS CARD
Take the 98.9 WQLV Energi Challenge. You could win $500 in Shell Gasoline from Lisi Convenience Mart and Sunbury Motor Company. Place your guess as to how many miles the 98.9 WQLV crew can travel in a new Ford Fusion Energi on a tank of Shell gasoline. You can sign up wherever you see the Energi Challenge Ford on display or a Lisi Shell convenience Mart in Elizabethville, Gratz, Halifax, Lykens, and Millersburg. Rules are posted at wqlvfm.com
Sippin Cider on the Susquehanna
98.9 WQLV-fm will be hosting the "Sippin Cider on the Susquehanna" on Saturday, October 3 from 1:00 to 7:00pm at MYO Park in Millersburg. Local wineries will be there to allow you to sample their ciders and wines also numerous other vendors. The list of vendors is growing so if you would like to be a vendor contact Kenny at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see a list of vendors for this event click here. Cost will $15.00 in advance, $25.00 at the gate and Designated Driver will be $15.00 which include a T-shirt. Group rates of 10 or more will be $10.00 each. You can pick up your tickets at the radio station or go to eventbrite.com.
Route 11/15 Construction
PennDOT’s safety improvement project will address an area of concern for falling rock along Route 11/15 just south of Duncannon in Penn Township, Perry County, will get underway the week of June 1. The project involves removing loose rock and vegetation from the cliff face along nearly a half-mile portion of Route 11/15 just north of Cove Road. In order to avoid adversely affecting the busy morning and afternoon commuting rush hours, there will be no traffic lane restrictions weekdays between 6 AM to 8:30 AM in the morning and between 3:30 PM to 6 PM in the afternoon. Outside of these hours, however, motorists may encounter single-lane traffic restrictions with flaggers assisting them through the work area. During the course of this work it may be necessary to stop traffic completely in both directions. The overall project is scheduled to wrap up by late October.
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