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December 11, 2013

Resource fair is Dec 20 at PCS Conference Center-Event to serve recently laid off PotashCorp workers

Live Oak —

Efforts are underway to serve those affected by the lay-off at PotashCorp White Springs, according to Deputy Director of North Florida Workforce Diane Head.

“PCS invites all personnel affected by their recent lay-offs to attend a Resource Fair hosted by North Florida Workforce,” said Head. 

The event will be held Friday, Dec. 20 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., at the PCS Conference Center in White Springs. Head noted that previously they reported the event would be held in Lake City, but it has been changed to the PCS Conference Center. 

“In attendance will be re-employment assistance representatives, local training providers, local service agencies and veteran resources,” said Head.  

There will also be employers on hand at the event who are looking to recruit experienced workers for immediate openings.

Directions to the PCS Conference Center:

  1. From highway 41 turning on the south end of CR137 it is 3.3 miles to the Conference Center sign on left.
  2. Take the dirt road 0.6 miles to Conference Center sign and take a right over railroad tracks.
  3. After railroad tracks take left 0.7 miles to Conference Center. 
  4. From highway 41 turning on the north end of CR137 it is 9.7 miles to the Conference Center sign on the right. (follow steps two and three)

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