Job Vacancy: Baker required at popular Donegal cafe

first_imgJob Vacancy: Management at the popular Workshop Coffee Co in Muff, Co. Donegal are taking applications for a full time Baker:Come join our expanding team at The Workshop. We’re looking for a passionate full time baker who can bring their expertise to our busy coffee shop in Muff, Co. Donegal.Interested individuals must have the following criteria. – Minimum 3 years in the baking industry.– have the skills to bake daily specials with exciting and contemporary flavours.– be available early mornings both midweek and weekends.– be able to manage a busy kitchen.– HACCP compliant.Interested? Email with your CV to [email protected] before Sunday 29th October.Job Vacancy: Baker required at popular Donegal cafe was last modified: October 17th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bakerCaféEmploymentjobsmuffrestaurantVacancyWorkshop Coffee Colast_img read more

St. Martin walk held

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals Kern Kinder’s walk Nov. 12 started and ended at Resurrection Lutheran Church. Brian Learn portrayed St. Martin, riding a horse named Casper provided by Rainbow Ridge Ranch. Chuck Weatherwax portrayed the beggar who received half the cloak. Kern Kinder organizes festivals throughout the year where children can use the German language, has a play group that meets Mondays at parks in Lancaster and Palmdale, and is planning to open a weekend German school next year, president Alexia Svejda said. The organization has 38 member families with more than 60 children, some from as far away as Thousand Oaks and Bakersfield. The Monday play group has 12 active mothers and as many children. Leaders plan to open a satellite school of the German American School Association in Quartz Hill in September 2006. The classes will meet Saturday mornings during the school year. Svejda said children attend these classes for a number of reasons: to reinforce the language they are learning at home, to keep up with the language that they learned while their parents were working or stationed in a German-speaking country, to learn the language of their heritage, or simply to have the benefits of learning an additional language. QUARTZ HILL – A Roman soldier on a white horse led dozens of children holding handmade lanterns through Quartz Hill in celebration of a German tradition of remembering a saint known for his kindness to the poor. The St. Martin walk was organized by Kern Kinder, an organization that provides support to families that are raising their children bilingual in German and English. The walk commemorated St. Martin of Tours, born in the fourth century and forced at a young age to join the Roman army. In Germany, children make their own lanterns and, at dark, walk through the streets singing. In some areas, the children go door to door and are rewarded for their singing and creative lanterns with sweets. The walks often begin with a re-enactment of Martin’s first recorded act of kindness: One bitterly cold evening, he encountered a beggar. Martin cut his army cloak in two and gave the beggar half. For more information about Kern Kinder or the German school, contact Svejda at [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgTina Keeper played Michelle Kenidi in North of 60. Her ‘dream scenario’ for a reboot would be to hire an entirely Indigenous production team. (CBC) The title card for North of 60. The popular Northern drama has remained relevant today, with national discourse on Indigenous issues mirroring some of the series’ topics in the early 1990s, according to the show’s creator. (Alberta Filmworks/CBC) Samuels said with Indigenous issues at the foreground of conversations today, the political climate could be ripe conditions for a reboot.“The Truth and Reconciliation Commission brought up a lot of issues that had never been at the forefront,” she said. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Twitterlast_img read more

Staircases escalators at Bengal Chemical Salt Lake stadium stations enough to handle

first_imgKolkata: The Kolkata Metro Railway Corporation Limited (KMRCL) that is executing the East-West Metro project will soon write to the state Fire and Emergency Services department informing them that the staircases and escalators at Bengal Chemical and Salt Lake stadium Metro stations are sufficient for quick evacuation of passengers in case of an emergency. The state Fire department had recommended additional exits for quick passenger evacuation. “We have followed the guidelines of US-based National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) on ‘Fixed Gateway and Passenger Rail Systems’ which has become the standard regulation for international projects, particularly those connected with urban mobility. The calculated volume of passengers which will be using this station can be evacuated by the time frame set by NFPA,” a senior official of the KMRCL said. According to the NFPA, people need to be evacuated in four minutes time during an emergency. There are six stations in the route from Sector V to Salt Lake stadium which the KMRCL is hopeful of making operational by July. This route includes Sector V, Karunamoyee, Central Park, City Centre, Bengal Chemical and Salt Lake stadium. The state Fire department has already given clearance to four of these stations after fire audit but is yet to do so in case of Bengal Chemical and Salt Lake stadium. There are two staircases and one escalator in these two stations. “We have already given the Metro authorities land on behalf of the state Urban Development department for an additional staircase. This will be able to clear out passengers at a faster pace during any emergency. The state government gives utmost priority to people’s safety and security,” state Fire and Emergency Services minister Sujit Bose said. The state Fire department had reasoned that there would be huge rush incase of a soccer match at the Salt Lake stadium. The additional exit at Bengal Chemical has been recommended keeping in mind the Duttabad slum which caught fire on more than one occasions earlier and is located close to the station.last_img read more