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Tuesday was craft advisory meeting night at the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center. During these annual meetings, area employers meet with instructors of the various shops to help formulate relevant curriculum, review equipment status, establish competency lists and in general, find out what businesses need from the Center in terms of students who are being prepared to enter the job world.
A new shop is being added in the fall, expanding the offering of "Graphic Communications Technology," which will prepare students with basic skills that could lead to jobs as bookbinders, printers, film flat inspectors, platemakers, offset duplicating machine operators, offset press operators apprentices, finish machine operators and desktop publishers.
I have gone to numerous township monthly meetings and have found a portion of some of them outrageous. Not usually the supervisors, mind you, but members of the public who come to the meetings. The meeting for Lathrop Township on April 8 left me searching for answers to make sure my account of what transpired would be timely and factual. Therefore, for the record, here goes.
All Lathrop Township supervisors, Dennis Phelps, Elwood Phelps, and Nick Sabuacak, were present. Ann Marie Shebchuk, township secretary, reported there is $3,200.14 in the General Account. Liquid Fuel money has been received and added to the sum of $46,2217.45 in the State Account.
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