Congratulations and good luck to Zach Honabach, Class of 2019 and Mikaela Brouse, Class of 2020, who emerged from a field of more than 45 contestants to become finalists in the 2018 First Columbia Teen Star Musical Competition  This year's competition will feature twelve finalists representing schools from Columbia and Montour counties. The Teen Star Competition showcases the talent of the region's high school students while raising money to support their schools' music programs. First Columbia Bank donates the proceeds of Teen Star ticket sales to the finalists' schools. To date, it has donated more than $35,000 to this effort! This 8th Annual First Columbia Teen Star Musical Competition will be held at 2:00 PM on Sunday, May 20th at Haas Auditorium on the campus of Bloomsburg University. Tickets are $5 in advance and are on sale at all branches of First Columbia Bank. Doors open at 1:00 PM.
                                  Pictured are Teen Star finalists Mikaela Brouse and Zach Honabach. Good luck!

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