(12/10/2002)
The new Grantsville Dislocated Worker's Center will have an open house this Friday, December 13 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Camden Blankenship, a coordinator for the program, is welcoming the community to visit the site located in the former Garland's Grocery building in Grantsville. Refreshments will be served.

"We are a satellite of the Parkersburg Job Service office, Anyone can benefit from our resources," said Blankeship.

The new office has several computers with high-speed access for "anything job related." Resumes may be prepared free of charge, with assistance by the staff.

People can now come to our office to update the Job Service registration instead of going to Parkersburg or Charleston. Blankenship said the office will likely stay open if it is used by local residents.

"We are trying to orient the community to our services and promote visitors to our offices," he said. "With better communications, everyone benefits."


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