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From the monthly archives: October 2015

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A little paint and laughter creates a home

10/26/2015 9:27 AM
It’s official, ABC CVC Young Professionals, participated in their first Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County project on September 25th, 2015. What could be more rewarding than donating time and skills into a project which falls within the realm of our Industry?  Anyone can write a check or make a phone call for donations, but to sacrifice time, life’s most valuable resource, now that’s the best way to make the biggest impact. CVC YPGer’s were honored when John Helman, Project Manager, gave us the green light to participate on the Chambersburg Pennsylvania project. It was a full day of putty, painting, hammering, laughing, joking and pranking. Despite all the fun…at the end of the day Mr. Helman shut the door on a couple of bedrooms deeming them officially punched out! The mentorship and direction by John was not only generous, but much appreciated. We were able to capture the following statement by John Helman. “You and yourgroup were great to w ... Read the rest of entry »

Timothy R. Campbell appointed to the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board

10/23/2015 3:48 PM
We want to congratulate Timothy R. Campbell, President of Callas Contractors Inc. and Past President of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., Cumberland Valley Chapter. Tim has been appointed toThe Governor's Workforce  Investment Board (GWIB).  The GWIB is a business-led board of approximately 45 members, a majority of whom represent the business community, as mandated by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA).   In Maryland, the scope of the Board was expanded beyond the Federal Workforce Investment Act by Executive Order to encompass all components of the workforce development system.   Other members include the governor and the lieutenant governor, cabinet secretaries, college presidents, the state superintendent of schools, elected officials, labor, and representatives of non-profit organizations.   The GWIB is responsible for developing policies and strategies to form a coordinated workforce system from a variety of education, and ... Read the rest of entry »



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