Chamber to host drive-thru job fair
The Knox County Chamber of Commerce and Grow Southwest Indiana Workforce will host a drive-thru job fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 20 at the Gregg Park shelter house.
The organizations are looking for businesses interested in participating. Businesses should put together an information sheet with open positions and information on how to apply. Please bring 50 copies of that information sheet to the Chamber office at 316 Main St. by May 7.
Businesses interested in participating do not need to attend the event.
Afterward, all resumes collected will be shared out with participating, applicable businesses.
For more information, contact the Chamber at 812-882-6440.
Good Samaritan Breast Care Center offering mammogram parties and walk-in hours
The hospital’s Breast Care Center is offering mammogram parties for groups of 5 to 15 women who are 40 years of age and older this month and next.
“Yearly screening mammograms are an important step to detect breast cancer early,” said Crystal Beadles, mammography manager at the Breast Care Center. “Some women may feel hesitant about getting their mammogram, but these parties are a way to encourage groups of women to support each other during the process in a fun and safe environment.”
The three themes party-goers can choose from are: Muffins and Mammograms, Pretty in Pink, and Mammograms and Margaritas (non-alcoholic). Each party participant will also receive a goodie bag. In order for insurance to cover the cost of the screening mammogram, attendees must not have had a mammogram within the last year.
To schedule a mammogram party or to find more information, go online to gshvin.org/mammoparty or call the Breast Care Center at 812-885-3627.
In addition to the mammogram parties, the Breast Care Center is also offering walk-in hours for screening mammograms 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday this month and in May.
Rendezvous seeking food vendors
The Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous, a Revolutionary War re-enactment scheduled for Memorial Day weekend at the city’s French Commons, is in need of food vendors.
Interested parties should contact food booth chair Kevin Baxter. Spots will be given on a first come, first served basis.
Vendors must represent a local non-profit, and rental fees do apply.
The food sold should represent period-style food and beverage and can’t duplicate an existing vendor. Food booth volunteers, too, are required to dress in period attire.
For more information, contact Baxter at 812-257-5800.