In a December 25 article Margaret Renkl reminded us that Christmas is the day we celebrate a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger because there was no room in the inn. Flashing forward to the many babies and toddlers who today have no home, Renkl finds herself hoping for a day when Christian voters can elect representatives who prioritize feeding the hungry, caring for the sick and finding homes for all of our babies.
Local employers will be equipped with laptops and wifi to assist with online applications and on-the-spot interviews!
- Giant Distribution
- Allen Distribution
- Dunkin Donuts
- Schneider Trucking
- PA LifeSharing
- YWCA of Harrisburg Veteran Services
- And many more!
Job seekers, please dress to impress for onsite interviews!
A class assignment led to an opportunity for a Dickinson College student to serve as a founding board member of a new nonprofit organization in Carlisle.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine at the National Institute of Health issued a report that studied 53 geographically diverse U.S. hospitals with a total of 51,009 adult patients in intensive care between October 1, 2002, and December 31, 2002.
Kudos to the Patriot for raising the too-often neglected problem of homelessness. In my small town of Carlisle 50 to 70 men, women and children sleep on church floors every night. This includes mothers with infants, grandparents with aching joints, veterans and children—some trying to do homework on church floors.
This is not who we are as a community or a society, and we can do so much better. We know what our homeless neighbors need: