Does your pooch need a rub-a-dub-dub in the tub? Volunteers from Bark for Life Pottstown wash your dog! Tubs, Shampoo, Towels and Dryers provided! Extra pampering will be provided by Old English Grooming! (additional donation for the extra pampering).
Saturday, August 27, 2011, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
$10.00 donation per dog.
Proceeds Benefiting the American Cancer Society.
Hosted by: Penn Liberty Bank, Limerick Branch, 543 N. Lewis Road,
Are you a Tri-County Community Network Member? If so, this message is for you:
The Pottstown Cluster has a surplus of size 1 & 2 diapers and wonder if there are any TCN members that are in need. If there is interest please contact Vicki Bumstead, Clothes Closet Coordinator, at 610.970.5995 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parent-Child Home Visiting Program of Friendship House resumes in October 2011, providing twice-weekly visits to at-risk families in the greater Pottstown area to enhance early literacy and school readiness skills in children. The program is at no cost to families, and children will be provided with new books and toys. If you know of a family with a child who will be between 16 months and 35 months by September 1st who may benefit from this service, please contact Stacy Dori at 610-327-2200 or email@example.com
Seeking Part-Time Home Visitors
Friendship House’s Parent-Child Home Program is seeking part-time Home Visitors to provide in-home school-readiness services for at-risk families in the greater Pottstown area. The positions run from October through May each year with additional hours required in September. High School Diploma and experience working with toddler-aged children and caregivers required; college education and bilingual in Spanish preferred. Flexible scheduling, current background clearances, valid driver’s license and personal vehicle required. Email resume’ to firstname.lastname@example.org ; fax to 610-327-2200; or mail to Friendship House, 2087 E. High St., Suite B, Pottstown PA 19464.
Methacton School District has replaced the entire cafeteria staff with Philadelphia-based food service giant Aramark. 42 workers and managers have lost their jobs.
Aramark has agree to offer comparable service and cut high school lunch prices by $1.00. Aramark has also agreed to give consideration to furloughed workers for comparable jobs, but rehire is not guaranteed.
Food service is expected to be a break-even operation but has lost money for the last five years. About $1 million dollars according to Superintendent Timothy Quinn.
Time will tell if this was the right decision. Aramark’s contract is for one year.