Check out programs WCC BLUE JUNE 5.31.19
Author: Winchester Chamber of Commerce
Dedicated, CNA experienced with Assisted Living Residents preferred. Duties
include assistance with ADL’s, serving meals, laundry, housekeeping.
Must be able to communicate fluently in English.
CNA Certificate. High School Diploma.
Must be available for day and evening shifts including 11pm to 7am, and
Every other weekend and another shift during the week all 3pm to 11pm
Reliable team player.
Job Type: Part-time
How many years of Assisted Living Experience preferred experience do you
Do you have the following license or certification: Certified Nursing
Contact to my email address:
Unique company providing a wholistic approach to home care and maintenance for select homes in the Boston area seeks Part-Time Bookkeeper to support growing business.
$30-$35/hour, part-time:10-15 hrs/week, hours can be flexible
- Full bookkeeping responsibilities
- Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, 3-5 yrs Quickbooks online experience, proficiency in Expensify a plus, excellent attention to detail
For more information or to apply click here: https://www.flexprofessionalsllc.com/jobs/#!/72ad1dcc-f4d3-4e4c-81f3-bf258d847137/detail
Go to kidstocktheater.com to register and receive a 20% Discount on all 2019-2020 class sessions from now through May 31st!
Kidstock! has added a free open house on SAT MAY 4 from 1PM-3PM.
Love a kid who loves to create? Kidstock! Creative Theater invites Chamber of Commerce friends & families to bring new students for a free drop in open house. Attendees have the opportunity to tour our imaginative space and experience our programming. This is a great opportunity for parents and grandparents of youngsters ages 3+ to explore our space for the first time. Free demo classes will be offered at 1:30 and 2:30 pm. School year classes will be announced on May 1. More at www.kidstocktheater.com
The Chamber of Commerce announced the Winchester Citizen of the Year for 2019 at our annual chamber luncheon on Wednesday at Lucia’s. We are thrilled to be honoring Sally for all her work in the Winchester community over the years at the Citizen of the Year Dinner on May 21st at the Hilton in Woburn. Tickets are available now online at winchesterchamber.com
Building Community: Finding Yourself in the Immigrant Story
Sunday, April 28 3:00PM-5:00PM
Winchester Public Library Large Meeting Room
Please join us for an afternoon of storytelling and dialogue around the theme of immigration. In conjunction with the YWCA’s nation-wide Take a Stand Against Racism campaign, learn from the powerful stories of local women who are immigrants, including Salma Abounadi, Chrep Ket, Phuni Meston, and Juanita Zerda. Hear about ongoing legal developments shaping the immigration landscape in Massachusetts from Matt Segal, the Legal Director of the ALCU of Massachusetts.
Increase your understanding of the challenges immigrants face, and learn what we all can do, in Winchester and beyond, to create a welcoming, supportive community. This program is free and accessible for all.
For more information go to wmcm.org or call781-729-7100