Have you been to the employment office lately? There are a number of jobs up on our job boards, and also opportunities for adult education. If you’re looking for work, or looking to hire, be sure to stop by soon! In the meantime, be sure to check out this week’s employment opportunity:
This year’s Annual Ten Thousand Villages Festival Sale in Aylmer will be held at the Old Town Hall, 38 John St. S, above the Aylmer Library. from November 20-22. This fantastic sale, organized in part by MCS, features coffee, spices, chocolate, home decor, jewelry and unique handmade gifts that are all fair trade, meaning that the people who worked to make these items were paid a fair wage. This is a great chance to find special gifts for your loved ones before Christmas!
Volunteers are needed for help with set-up, clean up, and during sale hours. If you’re interested in volunteering with our sale, please contact Anna Bergen, 519-765-3026.
Thurs, Nov 20 9am-9pm
Fri, Nov 21 9am-9pm
Sat, Nov 22 9am-2pm
SALE! 50% off all Christmas items at Aylmer Mennonite Community Store, 20 Talbot St., Aylmer. One day only – Thursday Nov 6th, 2014. Trees, decorations, Christmas cheer – lots of items to help you get ready for the holidays! Extended store hours: open 9am – 8pm; refreshments for the customers.
Did you know that we offer Employment Services in Low German and English at Aylmer Community Services at 25 Centre St. in Aylmer?
We’ll now be posting a current employment opportunity every week on the MCS website! Check out today’s job posting in the link below, and come back every week for a new posting.
See the link for details on this week’s great job opportunity: AZ Truck Drivers Needed
Please note change of venue. This year’s Mennoniten Treffen will be on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 6:00pm. It will take place at the Immanuel Christian School at the corner of South St. & Caverly Rd. in Aylmer Ontario. Kennert Giesbrecht, editor of Die Mennonitische Post, will be the featured speaker. The Ekkert brothers from British Columbia will be singing. It will be a Low German (Plautdietsch) evening and all Low German speakers are welcome. See poster below.