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Northeast Community College and Goodwill Industries present:
Chef Paul Seaman Cooking Classes.
Each class is $50 and will be held in the Camp Goodwill Achievement Center’s kitchen/cafeteria area. Camp Goodwill is located at 570 152nd Street in South Sioux City, Nebraska. Pre-registration is required and class size is limited so REGISTER EARLY. To register or for more information , call 402-241-6402 or
Join this class to learn the secrets from Chef Paul on how to create a decadent dessert masterpiece for your Valentine! Everyone will take a sample of the class project home.
Let Chef Paul help you create a delightful Easter Brunch menu for you to wow your family and friends this Easter. Class members will participate with lots of hands-0n and guidance as you create wonderful brunch dishes. Everyone will take a sample of the class projet home.
Have you always wanted to know how a restaurant makes such wonderful sauces and gravy? Well, this is the class for you! Let Chef Paul show you how to prepare delicious sauces, gravy and a basic stock you will be able to use to enhance many types of meals. Everyone will take a sample of the class project home.
Let’s create a wonderful surprise meal for that special occasion (like Mother’s Day)! Chef Paul will design a menu that will show how much you care and showcase your culinary abilities. Everyone will take a sample of the class project home.
How about spicing up that steak and jazzing up your potato? Chef Paul will explore with class participatns ways to enhance the flavors of this classic American favorite – Steak and Potato. This meal would be an excellent treat on Father’s Day or any other time! Everyone will take a sample of the class project home.
As the Sioux City Explorers hit their offseason, The X’s are working towards their 2011 season. With the holiday season coming about, the X’s staff and organization are launching their first ever, “Tickets for Turkey” promotion apart of the Season of Giving.
The goal is to be inspired by community, while giving proper inspiration right back to the community and those in need. For every ticket package sold for the 2011 season, the Explorer’s will donate a turkey to local Goodwill Industries Wall Street Mission, and Salvation Army’s for families in need during this upcoming holiday season.
“This is a great way to kick off our season of giving campaign as we know this will directly benefit members of our community in need during the holiday season,” stated Explorers General Manager, Shane Tritz.
To purchase your ticket package and help support the 1st Annual “Tickets for Turkey” promotion, simply call the Explorers at (712) 277-WINS (9467) or stop by our off-season office located at 600 Stevens Port Drive, Suite #112, Dakota Dunes, SD 57049 by November 19th, 2010, as turkeys will be delivered to The Salvation Army and Goodwill Industries Wall Street Mission on November 22nd.
This is a great way to give back to our community while setting yourself up for a summer of fun watching the Sioux City Explorer’s!
Nothing is worse than something you don’t use taking up needed space in your house, attic, or garage.
Especially, when you will never use it again.
With technology constantly improving we are faced with the question, what do I do with the old family television or computer? You ponder would someone want this old thing still? Can I just throw it away?
The fact is, a lot of people don’t know what or how to disperse of their old electronics. So, down at the Chamber today I called around and found out where to take these things to get them off your hands.
At all their locations Goodwill will take anything computer related. Laptops, desktops etc., they send them to Dell and they will get the parts or refurbish them. If they work Goodwill will sell them at the store as well. They do request that you erase your data on the PC before you bring it in. If other electronics work, they will take them as well.
3100 W 4th St, Sioux City – (712) 293-148
5931 Gordon Dr, Sioux City -(712)274-4380
2323 Dakota Ave, South Sioux City, NE (402)494-6072
Option #2-Executive Recycling
Executive Recycling will take computers, radios, monitors, routers, keyboards, hubs, printers, telephone devices, modems, electronic motors, cell phones, automotive electronics, copiers, typewriters, televisions, and cables. The fee will be judged on the amount of electronics you bring to them.
2404 Dakota Ave. South Sioux City, Nebraska (402) 494-1131
Option #3 Staples
You can bring basically any type of electronics to the Staples warehouse, except for televisions. It will cost $10 for your computers and it will depend on the amount of electronics you bring.
840 Gordon Drive Sioux City, Iowa (712)252-9933
Although, I am sure there are more options than just these three in the Siouxland area, I hope this somewhat accommodates our readers.
If anyone has any suggestions on where you take your old electronics feel free to comment at the bottom.
Here’s a good example of a Siouxland business using social media to promote their services. Goodwill Industries recently posted a video on YouTube about contract services they offer.
Does your organization want to give YouTube a try? email@example.com can help you get started.