In its ongoing effort to plant seeds of success among its local communities, Dress for Success Lackawanna announced its 16th annual luncheon presented by NBT Bank to be held on Wednesday, March 25 at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel in Scranton.
The Scranton-based affiliate of the worldwide non-profit promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and life.
Space remains available for a special workshop intended for contractors and subcontractors planning to bid on federally-funded projects. Tools for Federal Compliance, a morning seminar sponsored by the SEDA-Council of Governments, will be held Friday, March 6 at the Union County Government Center in Lewisburg, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration is $15, which includes materials and refreshments.
The Wire Guys by Arc Electric is now an authorized dealer for Kohler generators. The Kohler product line includes portable generators for manual power back-up and standby generators for automatic, hands-free operation during power outages.
Portable generators for job sites, camping, tailgating and other mobile activities start at 2kw and go up to 12.3kW with gas and diesel fuel options.
Automatic standby generators come in a range of sizes, fuel and circuit coverage options. From essentials only to whole-house power backup, residential and small business units range in size from 6kW to 150kW, with additional features like automatic transfer switches, maintenance products and remote monitoring.
The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce Women’s Networking Committee invites all women from throughout greater Hazleton to a social on Tuesday, Feb. 24 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Benigna’s Creek Winery in the Laurel Mall in Hazleton.
Women’s socials provide an excellent opportunity to share your business with other businesswomen from throughout the area, meet new contacts and re-connect with old ones.
It was an evening filled with celebration, praise and fire. Blue Mountain recently hosted a not-so-traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony for Slopeside Pub & Grill. The event brought more than 100 community supporters, project suppliers, corporate sponsors, employees and others together to celebrate the culmination of hard work and perseverance for the restaurant. The ceremony marked the addition of the first, year-round dining experience for Blue Mountain. The restaurant began as a treat in the warmer months and will now be available to enjoy during all four seasons.
The Brodhead Watershed Association (BWA) is looking for volunteers to help protect the pristine waters in the Poconos by becoming trained Streamwatchers.
The BWA is holding two upcoming Streamwatch Training sessions where the public can learn how monitor stream quality and report findings back to the BWA.
The volunteer Streamwatch Program is BWA’s first and longest-running program, enlisting the help of more than 50 volunteers from the community.
The Chamber of the Northern Pocono’s annual Arts & Crafts Fairs in picturesque Bingham Park will take place Saturday, June 13, and Saturday, Sept. 12. Those who attend enjoy the talents of artists and crafters displaying their wares.
The fair hosts approximately 100 vendors with truly unique handcrafted items. These accomplished merchants travel from near and far to showcase their creative and distinctive gift ideas.