Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Logistics Associate and Dangerous Goods Specialist are some of the jobs available in South Whitehall, Upper Macungie and North Whitehall.
Are you or someone you know looking for work? Kraft and Air Products are among the companies with openings. Check out these local jobs posted recently around town and online at Craigslist.com. and Indeed.com, and on company websites. Click on the job title to view the posting. Route Sales, Flowers Baking Company Assistant Teachers, Keystone STAR 3 Center Service Advisor, Rothrock Personal Care Assistants/In-Home Support, Lutheran Home Care & Hospice Logististics Associate, Kraft Dangerous Goods Specialist, Air Products Healthcare Technology Instructor, part-time, Lehigh Carbon Community College Senior Payroll Specialist, Kidspeace Social Worker, Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit (CLIU) Director of Special Programs and Services, CLIU
Monday, November 5, 2012
Former Air Products CEO Dexter F. Baker, 85, died Nov. 1, the company announced.
Monday, November 5, 2012
Former Air Products CEO and area philanthropist Dexter F. Baker died Nov. 1, the company announced. He was 85. Baker, who joined Air Products in 1952, had been chairman of the board and chief executive officer from 1986-1992, after serving the company in several advancing roles. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Dexter’s wife Dottie and his family," said John McGlade, Air Products’ chairman, president and chief executive officer, in a release. "Dexter was very forward-thinking and our company and all of our employees owe him a debt of gratitude for his leadership. Dexter will be sorely missed by many at our company and in the community where he was very active and focused on ways to better our society.” According to the Air Products…
Thursday, October 13, 2011
At Lehigh Valley Arts Council rally, companies talk about how music, theater, dance help with economic development.
Bethlehem candy manufacturer Just Born Inc. realizes that man does not live by Peeps alone. Sometimes he needs art. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Last week, the Lehigh Valley Arts Council held a rally for the arts and I’m pretty sure it was the first rally I’ve ever attended that opened with an organ recital. The music was courtesy of Allen Organ Co. in Macungie, host of the event at which artists and arts groups from around the region received small state grants. The grants – some as little as $437 – are for local groups and individuals who bring music, dance, theater and artwork to people all over the Valley, especially those who might not otherwise have access to it. The rally was also a chance for business people to talk about why …