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Are you a local Long Islander looking for a rewarding career that's close to home? Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU), one of the largest credit unions in the country is looking to hire more than 100 eligible applicants. Interested? Tune in to this episode of Hilary Topper on Air with TFCU's Lynne Viccaro O'Leary, Vice President of Marketing and Barbara Mayes, Human Resources Manager. They will be discussing the open positions, applicant criteria and much more!
Host Kevin Hunter features guest Amanda Jo Garcia of St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union. Here's a message from Amanda:
Working for a Community Bank showed me that what's important to me is helping the community, knowing who I'm helping, and working with each business owner's unique situation to find a good solution. St. Helens Community Credit Union has a mission of "Building a better community, together". I love that I'm able to do just that in this position. I get to spend my day talking to people in the community about how the credit union can help them make their dreams come true, It's a perfect fit.
You can find more about St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union at 118 E A St, Rainier, OR 97048; (503) 397-2376 at https://www.shcu.org/
Fine. I'll say it. Many CU "experts" are extending a long-tired dogma about cooperation. You pay for bad advice and we give you the alternative for free. Don't hate it...God made it. Honesty does not need a hashtag...noun or verb? I don't care. One of the truly good guys David Tuyo Executive VP and Chief Financial Officer of Power Financial Credit Union joins us for a serious C-suite level discussion about the the marketplace that CUs do business in, not just the CU Marketplace. You do not want to miss this show.
This breif show it to talk about how businesses in the Denver area can benfit from SEO services. This will help them grow thier business. We have Jason from 28 Circles a Denver SEO Company to talk with us today.
Since this is our first show, things might be a little rough, but we appliagze in advance.
This Weeks Show:
1) USDA news or various items
2) Some recipes from the Monsanto Hot Pepper Breeder
3) American Community Gardening Association Annual Conference in Denver, CO, this year---Register to attend
4) Charlottesville, VA, Food Hub information
5) Mention of the Metal Garden Beds. Look up the website www.metalgardenbeds.com. I will have a great interview with the President next week on this show.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
Books and AudioBooks: Community Garden Revolution and Community Garden Revolution Notes!
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MINDSET MANAGEMENT MONDAY13 DENVER CO MARIJUANA CANNABIS Business Facts
Business Facts from retail to legislation
We will continue reading Passing the Heavenly Gift by Denver Snuffer Jr., Chapter 12, Prophecy VS. The Traditional Narrative.
Success begins from the bottom up. A successful community is made up of successful people. Citizens who want successful communiites must do what it takes to build success. Residents must build up their surroundings to inspire residents. Beauty must reak through every step the citizens take. When weeds, vacant lots, boarded up houses and pot holes engulf a community the adults are not inspired and the children are not being inspired. Every community need jobs for its citizens. Citizens should have jobs with disposable income. Healthcare should not be a luxury for only the wealthy. Residents need access to public and private transporation. Residents should own businesses. Major franchises in communities should hire residents. Safe streets is a community service, as is trash pick up, water and sewer services. Cities should assure every community access to recreational venues that are clean, well lit, and accessible to residents. These are necessary elements for building better communities that will lead to wealth development by its citizens.