1 Jan

Capital City Press names new Vice President

first_imgMontpelier, VT June 20, 2005 Capital City Press, Inc. of Montpelier, VT has announced that Mr. Kenneth W. Rapp, of Stowe VT, is promoted to Vice President of Human Resources.The announcement was made by Gary Kittredge, President and COO, who said, In recognition of his contribution and commitment to Capital City Press (CCP), I am very pleased to announce Kens promotion. In addition to his human resource accountabilities, Ken will play a key role in the strategic management of the business. Ken has worked hard to develop the human side of our business, and the Printing Industry of America has recognized CCP as a BEST WORKPLACE IN AMERICA for three years in a row.Ken is a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University with a double degree in Economics and Administration & Management Science, with a minor in Industrial Management. He joined CCP in March 2002 as Director of Human Resources, after 20 years of experience in the steel industry working in human resources, labor relations, operations management and industrial engineering.Since starting with CCP, Ken has been certified as a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR) by the Society for Human Resource Management.Capital City Press is an internationally recognized provider of full service editorial and composition management, print, distribution, and communication services for the short-run publications market.For more information about Capital City Press contact Ken Rapp at 802-223-5207 x266.last_img read more

11 Jan

North Peace Literacy Alliance provides funding for local programs

first_imgChair of the North Peace Literacy Alliance Andy Ackerman says with literacy being an issue for many in the country it is important to provide assistance to programs that will benefit not only children but adults as well.“Literacy is a major issue in Canada. Any time we can provide funding to help groups move programs forward that are going to increase literacy, that’s why were doing this,” he says. “Our job is to give the funding away to fine groups in Fort St. John that will really benefit to increase the literacy not only of the kids but of the adults in our community.”In all $300 was given to the North Peace Seniors Centre to help with an ancestry project. Toastmasters received $5,000 for their “Speak Up, Speak Out!” youth leadership program. The program is free of charge and open to those 12-18 years old.- Advertisement -School District 60 received two cheques. $3,000 went towards the Roots of Empathy program for kindergarten classes. The program aims at connecting a community family with the classroom to implement a number of skills such as emotional literacy, and coping skills. The second cheque was for $1,000 and will help with the development, printing, and distribution of kindergarten readiness brochures. The Fort St. John Public Library was on the receiving end of a cheque for $8,471.52. That money will go towards two instructors who will teach the Computer Skills Training Program. The free program gives one on one instruction aimed at improving computer and information literary skills.last_img read more