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Pagina 11Noticias Locales ........ Septiembre, 2012 ....

La Ultima Hora Sheet Metal Workers Recruit Apprentices
Buffalo, NY (September 6, 2012) — The Sheet Metal Workers Joint Apprenticeship Committee, Local Union #71, will conduct a recruitment from September 6, 2012 through August 29, 2013 for 10 sheet metal worker apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Peter M. Rivera announced today. Applications will be available at Local Union #71, 24 Liberty Ave, Buffalo, NY on Thursdays of each week from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., except the third Thursday of each month when applications will be available from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding legal holidays, during the recruitment period. The Committee requires that applicants: * Must be at least 18 years old – proof required after acceptance into the program. * Must be a high school graduate or have a general equivalency diploma (GED), which includes one full year of high school algebra with a passing grade, or one post-high school algebra course with a passing grade – proof required after acceptance into the program. * Must be physically able to perform the work required determined by the results of a physical examination and signed attestation, which includes the following: * Able to get to and from work at various job sites anywhere within the geographical jurisdiction of Local Union #71, as indicated below. * Able to climb and work from ladders, scaffolds, poles, or towers of various lengths and heights (e.g. 4’ step ladder – up to 100’ plus). * Able to crawl and work in confined spaces such as attics and crawl spaces. * Able to read and understand English. * Able to hear and understand verbal instructions and warnings given in English. * Must take a personal interview. * Must pass a drug test. * Must be a resident in the geographical jurisdiction of Local Union #71, which includes the counties of Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans or Wyoming, for at least one year preceding the application date. Proof required after acceptance into the program (driver’s license, registration, utility bill, etc.) * Must have a valid driver’s license to drive company vehicles. For further information, applicants should contact their nearest New York State Department of Labor office or Local Union #71 at (716) 8358836. Apprentice programs registered with the Department of Labor must meet standards established by the Commissioner. Under state law, sponsors of programs cannot discriminate against applicants because of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, disability or marital status. Women and minorities are encouraged to submit applications for apprenticeship programs. Sponsors of programs are required to adopt affirmative action plans for the recruitment of women and minorities.

LA ULTIMA HORA Anuncie y obtenga resultados Para Anuncios Llame a (716) 570-8441 o email laultimahora @aol.com
September 15 to October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month!
Good Morning, Mr. Rodriguez, In the Kriol language commonly used throughout Belize, natives often say, “Yu kyaahn travl pahn emti stomak.” The translation: “You cannot travel on an empty stomach.” With all this Central American melting pot has to offer, visitors should take these words to heart if they choose to explore Belize’s ancient history, lush natural offerings and culturally diverse population. The journey begins with Flavors of Belize: The Cookbook. Published by McNab Publishing Ltd., Flavors of Belize is packed with recipes including a selection of soups and starters to main dishes and delectable desserts. Additionally, this cookbook hosts a variety of submissions from some of Belize’s most renowned chefs and cooks – some formally trained and some trained in their mother’s kitchen. Each section opens with a brief explanation of the different cultures whose history acts as the foundation of Belizean heritage. This colorful gastronomic guide delivers over 120 recipes spanning cultures including the Maya, British, Mestizo, Creole, Chinese, Lebanese, Garifuna and more. Throughout Flavors of Belize, readers will find descriptive recipes – simple enough for the home kitchen (and cook) – accompanied by vibrant and decadent photography from renowned food photographer Matt Armendariz. Some lesser known but favorite Belizean recipes found in the cookbook include: • Panades – Fried corn pockets filled with beans or fish • Escabeche – A hearty Hispanic onion soup • Belizean Boil-Up • Coconut Curry Shrimp • Hibiscus-Marinated Pork Tenderloin • Breadfruit Casserole - A unique side dish made with local breadfruit • And many more! This would be a wonderful feature for Hispanic Heritage Month as a majority of Belize’s population is Hispanic. Please contact me to request further information about Flavors of Belize: The Cookbook. Tanya McNab, the visionary behind McNab Publishing Ltd. and the cookbook, is also available for interviews and articles.I look forward to hearing from you! Best, Marissa Madill 856-489-8654 ext. 314 marissa@smithpublicity.com About Tanya McNab & McNab Publishing Ltd.: Tanya McNab, the visionary behind the highly regarded Flavors of Belize Magazine (Belize’s first culinary periodical), created McNab Publishing Ltd. to engender an exchange of Belizean food and culture to the rest of the world. Today, McNab Publishing Ltd has expanded globally with the release of Belize’s first hardcover cultural cookbook, Flavors of Belize: The Cookbook. The team behind the cookbook includes a collection of Belizean cooks and chefs as well as photography expert Matt Armendariz, and food stylists Adam Pearson and Gaby Dalkin. For more information, please visit www.flavorsofbelize.com.

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