Attorney Kevin Hyer and former Philadelphia Flyer hockey player, Chris Therien, hosted their inaugural fundraiser for their organizations, The Hyer Foundation and The Therien Foundation on Friday, May 12. The event was held at LBTGQ+ owned and operated The Hart Of Catering Company and Cafe at 2101 Sansom Street (https://thehartofcatering.com).
The Woman, Infants, and Children (WIC) Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) are programs that provide fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Pennsylvania farmers’ markets to WIC participants and eligible seniors. These programs were established in 1993, and since then, have been geared toward expanding their awareness and use of markets. This exciting initiative happens every year between June 1 through November 30.
The Lebanon City Council met Monday to review a virtually empty agenda before the Mayor presented a free version of the State of the City Address.
Marketing strategist explains how the supermarket industry can avoid going to oblivion and what to do to profit in a downward market.
Last year a stunning 1.3 percent of all supermarkets in the US went under and that is because they did not invest in creating a marketing machine that is making them hundreds of thousands of dollars and at times even millions.
The Lebanon City Government along with Coleman Memorial Park have contracted Simone Collins Landscape Architecture to conduct an updated Master Site Plan of the park so that the City can apply for future grant funding from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Department of Community and Economic Development.
Mayor Capello said that Meluskey began her service to the city in 1985 when she joined the Planning Commission, a post which she held until January 2000; In the Fall of 1999 she was elected to the Lebanon City Council and serve in the position for two terms; and in 2009 she was appointed to the Lebanon City Board of Health which was a position she held for 13 years before retiring.
The agreement pertains explicitly to a regional pollution reduction plan. However, it primarily relates to the stormwater drain fee and the implementation of the stormwater drain system.
Mayor Sherry Capello informed the Council of her recommendation that the recently retired and current Chairperson of the City Council, Joe Morales, be appointed as the City of Lebanon’s Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC). Morales recently retired as the Emergency Management Coordinator for the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services and has offered to fill the position on a volunteer basis.
“In our beginning we had to bring an expert in Venezuelan cuisine, who taught us a lot. To offer the best to our clients, part of this growth that we have had in such a short time is because we always offer our diners quality, hygiene and good customer service.” Ganelon said.
Mayor Capello also said that according to the audit, the City’s net position between year-end 2020 and year-end 2021 decreased from 11.6 to 6.6. For reference, the government’s net position is determined by the difference between an entity’s assets plus deferred outflows of resources and its liabilities plus differed inflows of resources.
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