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AAPI Toastmaster Judy Thang Hosts The 2021 Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhoods

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Asian American Toastmaster Judy Thang has been selected to host the opening session of the 2021 Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhoods. This year, the theme of the event will be "Leading Change Together," Toastmasters District 52 announced today.

Southwest Airlines Adds Expanded Service at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport to Begin in March 2022

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Amarillo travelers will soon have extra options that feature the state capital as Southwest Airlines, in conjunction with Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport, has announced new daily non-stop service to Austin. The new expanded service to Austin begins March 10, 2022 to Austin Bergstrom International Airport.

Exit 36 Slam Poetry Festival 2021 in Pompano Beach features Celebrity Judge, Malcolm-Jamal Warner

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Pompano Beach Arts is proud to announce that television icon Malcolm-Jamal Warner is joining the fourth annual "Exit 36 Slam Poetry Festival" as a celebrity judge. The famed star of "The Cosby Show" and current hit "The Resident" will also be performing his poetry at the festival and sharing thoughts about his career during an Artist Talk.

Emerson Machine Automation Solution in Charlottesville reapproved as a Virginia STAR Worksite

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Emerson Machine Automation Solution in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been reapproved as a Virginia STAR Worksite under the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry's Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP).

RMA Real Estate Services Brokers Sale of Pelican Harbor Marina for City of Palm Bay Florida

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- RMA Real Estate Services, a division of the economic development firm RMA, is proud to announce the successful sale of a prime commercial property on behalf of the City of Palm Bay.

Teamsters Local 396 Builds Momentum in Campaign to Raise Wages and Working Conditions for 2,700 Orange County CA Sanitation Workers

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- On Tuesday, August 17, 2021, the City of Santa Ana stood up for working people by rejecting the city staff recommendation to replace its unionized waste hauler with a non-union hauler with a track record of union busting, air pollution and paying near poverty wages, Teamsters Local 396 said today.
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Wahoo Bay Park in Florida Plans Global Incubator to Study the Marine Ecosystem and Combat Sea Level Rise

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Scientists, government officials and citizens concerned about climate change and sea level rise will soon have a new source of data when Wahoo Bay in Pompano Beach launches. This underwater marine park will become a global incubator for the ocean's ecosystem and will test the SEAHIVE™ marine and estuarine shoreline protection system, a research project funded by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (IDEA) in collaboration with FDOT.

Yiftee Local Community Gift Card Program Shows up to 8X ROI on Federal Funds Invested to Help Small Businesses in Pandemic...

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- As communities strive to help their local businesses weather the pandemic storm, Yiftee has grown to more than 270 Community eGift Cards across the United States and executed 74 "Buy-One-Get-One" programs. These programs enlist entire communities in purchasing eGift Cards that can only be spent at local businesses, where the card buyers also receive free bonus gifts for their own

City of Pompano Beach Parks and Recreation Department Announces All-Inclusive Playground

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The City of Pompano Beach Parks and Recreation Department has enhanced the Sergeant Kip Jacoby Park with a new all-inclusive playground that features equipment that will encourage side-by-side play for all children.

Clarke County in Rural Iowa Manufacturing Jobs Surplus for 2021 Means Big Opportunities

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- It's been a year since the manufacturing industry was hit by the COVID-19 crisis forcing businesses to get creative to manage their workforce assets. In April of 2020, the rural Clarke County, Iowa's unemployment rate jumped from 3.4% to 11.8%, and more than 100,000 workers across the state were displaced, laid off, or simply let go when businesses had to close their doors, says Clarke County Development Corporation (CCDC).

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