We've Joined the Yuba Sutter Chamber
Employment Services Division hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony
and open house at the Yuba County One Stop on October 24, 2006,
to celebrate becoming a member of the Yuba Sutter Chamber of
Commerce. The event was a great success thanks to the
collaboration of the One Stop partners which included: YCHHSD
Employment Services Division, Employment Development Department
(EDD), Office of Education Regional Career Center (RCC),
Veterans Services, First 5 Yuba Commission, Army National Guard,
and Women, Infants & Children (WIC).
Work Experience Coordinator and a Chamber Ambassador, served as
Master of Ceremonies.
began with speeches by special guests Suzanne Nobles, YCHHSD
Director, and Bill Simmons, Office of Education Regional Career
Center Director, followed by the official ribbon cutting
Guests were invited to a guided tour of the One Stop building to
meet representatives from each of the One Stop partnering
agencies and received useful information about available
services and free gifts. The evening ended with drawings
for door prizes and refreshments which were generously donated
Albertson's of Marysville, Botanica
Landscapes, The Brick Coffee House Cafe, California Army
National Guard, Employer Advisory Council, Freetime Java,
Lakeview Center, Pepsi Cola Bottling, Prime Time Pizza and
Subway of Marysville.
Thanks to all
the great staff who participated: Ann Chellis, Cynthia Sanders,
Penelope Heitman, Theresa Hazlerig, Louise McCoy, Stephanie
Smith, Gina Jones, Deana Manning, DeEtta Bird, Joyce Ash, and
Pamela Morasch. A special â€œthank youâ€ to Betty Mello,
Theresa Gallier and Diana Clavel for the months of planning and
preparations to make this event such a great success.
The Yuba County
One Stop has been instrumental in connecting job seekers with
local employers and plays a vital role in promoting
self-sufficiency for CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work participants.
Our new affiliation with the Yuba Sutter Chamber of Commerce is
sure to enhance our menu of services and we look forward to many
opportunities to come for our Welfare-to-Work participants.