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Youngsville Life

Photo submitted to Times Observer Volunteers from Cummins, Inc. “Every Employee, Every Community” (EEEC) program graciously helped the Youngsville Public Library Director set up for their Annual Book & Bake “sale” fundraiser last Thursday. Through the EEEC program Cummins, Inc. encourages its employees to volunteer their time to help organizations within the community and actually pays the employees as if they were working on-site at the plant. 2019 marks the seventh year that Youngsville Public Library has been able to take advantage of this incredible program. Special thanks to Mary Seybert who once again helped organize and recruit Cummins volunteers. This year’s volunteers were (clockwise from bottom left): Mary Seybert, April Rickerson, Whitney Parker, Todd Seybert, Jim Fithian, and Phil Bosko.

Free Community Recycling Day

Saturday, September 14th from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Cummins Engine Plant (4720 Baker St. Lakewood, NY) is offering their annual free Community Recycling Day for the general public. This is meant to be a community event, no businesses please. The drop-off location is at the above address at the employee driveway. There will be signs clearly marking the drop-off area. Although Cummins reserves the right to light quantities, Cummins will collect: batteries (lead-acid, alkaline, NiCad, NiMH, & Lithium), oil based paints and stains, electronic devices (televisions, computers, stereos, etc.), used motor oil (containers no larger than 5 gallons), fluorescent bulbs (all types), scrap metal, auto & Lt truck tires (limit 8 per vehicle, no rims), confidential record destruction (limit 4 banker boxes per vehicle), and gently used coats.

Free workshop at Library

Tuesday, September 17th from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Career Link staff member, Rebecca Whitney (TEF) will be at the Youngsville Public Library providing a free Budgeting 101 workshop. You do not need to pre-register and walk-ins are encouraged. During the Budgeting 101 workshop you will learn how to take control of your financial future with tips on how to start and maintain a budget. Rebecca will also discuss the importance of creating a budget and you will have an opportunity to start to create a budget. If you are receiving unemployment benefits, attending one of these workshops will count towards one of your job requirement activities.

Rebecca Whitney can also assist you with learning about other Career Link Services/JobGateway features and as well as providing help with registering for future workshops and events via JobGateway. If you are unable to attend this particular workshop but are interested in scheduling a one-on-one meeting at the Youngsville Library, please contact Rebecca Whitney at Rebecca.Whitney@NWPACareerLink.org or call 814-853-5141.

Rebecca Whitney will be at the Youngsville Public Library a minimum of the first and third Tuesday of each month. The next scheduled “Open to the public” dates will be Tuesday, September 17th and Tuesday, October 1st from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. both dates (no appointment needed). Other times will be by appointment. For details about upcoming free workshop topics and dates from now through December at the Youngsville Library go to www.YoungsvillePublicLibrary.org under the “references/job & career links” tab.

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