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Here’s What’s Happening
NEPA GIVES – the 24-hour online fundraising event – is this Friday!
NEPA GIVES is a one-day online giving extravaganza that is all about giving back to the community. Donations to participating nonprofits will be enhanced with bonus funds and prizes provided by NEPA Gives sponsors — including vouchers for free advertising on this station —making donor dollars stretch further!
Borough of Stroudsburg
SPRING CLEANUP & BULK ITEM DROP-OFF
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021–7:00 A.M. to 12:00 NOON
AT THE BOROUGH SHED, 118 Borough Street, off of North Tenth Street
PROOF OF BOROUGH RESIDENCY REQUIRED
Minimum charge: $10.00 per pickup load PLUS the following special material prices:
Car tires $7 each
Car tires still on the rim $9 each
Truck tires $10 – $18 each
Truck tires still on the rim $12 – $20 each
Sofas & mattresses $12 each
Batteries $3 each
(including but not limited to
lumber, sheetrock, landscape ties, fencing material)
$20 per cubic yard
Example: Pickup load of yard debris, 1 mattress & 1 battery = $25
NO ROOFING OR CONTRACTOR DEBRIS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
All refrigerators, air conditioners, etc., must have a sticker showing that the refrigerants have been
removed. See your local appliance dealer for details.
- Blue Mountain Resort– 1660 Blue Mountain Drive, Palmerton
(for Carbon County employment opportunities)
- The Inn at Woodloch– 731 Welcome Lake Road, Lackawaxen Twp
(for Pike/Wayne counties employment opportunities)
- Kalahari Resorts & Conventions– 250 Kalahari Blvd, Pocono Manor
(for Monroe County employment opportunities)
The goal is to introduce job seekers to the hundreds of fun and exciting positions that are available throughout the Poconos’ hospitality industry and beyond. Tourism-related employers of all shapes and sizes will be on-hand to discuss their open jobs, which include full-time, part-time, and seasonal positions from entry to executive level. Advanced registration is not required for job seekers.
By signing the Pocono Promise, Blue Mountain Resort, The Inn at Woodloch, and Kalahari Resorts & Conventions have committed to prioritizing health and safety. Masks and social distancing are required during the job fair.
“As pandemic-related restrictions continue to ease and the Poconos’ hospitality industry begins regaining normalcy, we understand the critical need to fill jobs and are excited to work with our chambers, PA CareerLink, Pocono Counties Workforce Investment Area, and our three job fair sites,” said Marlyn Kissner, VP of Membership and Community Relations, Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. “Partnership and collaboration are key, and we thank everyone involved.”
To further support regional workforce efforts, the PMVB has opened its Job Openings site to the public. Non-member businesses that would like to publicize their hospitality-related job openings in Carbon, Monroe, Pike, or Wayne counties can email email@example.com. Members of the PMVB should continue submitting their open positions here.
The PMVB’s Job Openings site, which serves as an employment hub for tourism-related jobs throughout the Poconos, launched in January and is updated regularly as positions are filled and new ones become available. The site currently features nearly 150 jobs from 35 different properties.