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Ferndale job fair scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday

WorkSource Whatcom will be holding a job fair in the Pioneer Pavilion Community Center tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14th from 4pm to 7pm. The public is invited.

WorkSource officials say there will be up to 50 different businesses seeking to hire and attendees should bring copies of their resume and be prepared to meet with company representatives who may interview on the spot or require an online application.

The first 30 minutes of the job fair has been reserved for veterans (4pm to 4:30pm).

For more information contact William Adamek by phone at 360-416-3572 and by email to wadamek@esd.wa.gov or Rudy Cortez by phone at 360-676-3271 and by email to rcortez@esd.wa.gov.

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Happy Father’s Day to all the dads today from Boxx Berry Farm! 

We would personally like to recognize our farmers this Father’s Day. ❤️

Bill Boxx 👨‍🌾 , Mike Boxx 👨‍🌾 and Roger Boxx 👨‍🌾. We are so thankful for everything you do for our families and for our farm. We love all of you very much.

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads today from Boxx Berry Farm!

We would personally like to recognize our farmers this Father’s Day. ❤️

Bill Boxx 👨‍🌾 , Mike Boxx 👨‍🌾 and Roger Boxx 👨‍🌾. We are so thankful for everything you do for our families and for our farm. We love all of you very much.
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Wonderful pictures.

Love the Boxx farmers!!

Happy Fathers Day

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