Author Archives: Heidi I. Jones
Contact: Jill Nickerson (570) 638-2005 toddleru [at] gmail.com BLOSSBURG V.I.B.E TO HOST HOT DOG EATING CONTEST Blossburg, Sept. 24 – Blossburg V.I.B.E. will host a hot dog eating contest at the Blossburg Fall Festival Sunday, Oct. 17. Registration begins at … Continue reading
Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks and Quicken, is offering small business grants. Small business owners should sign up and then let their customers know to vote for them. Win a small business grant worth $30,000! Votes from business owners and … Continue reading
Visit my Infringement Festival site!
I am very excited about a new project I’m working on: a photography exhibit for the Buffalo Infringement Festival. What is the Infringement Festival? Art Under the Radar Every summer, the streets of the Allentown neighborhood of Buffalo, NY come … Continue reading
Here’s my current resume [pdf] – updated to include the successful “Save North Penn High School!” campaign. And here’s my spiffy consulting brochure [pdf]. Contact info 570-638-2486 heidi.i.jones @ gmail.com < take out the spaces
I’ve been writing so much elsewhere that I’ve been neglecting this blog, mostly because I don’t think anyone reads it. What I’ve been up to recently: Save North Penn High School campaign. Southern Tioga School District administration is proposing to … Continue reading
Blossburg residents are opposed to the proposed rezoning of the land between the Kwik Fill and the Tabor Townhouses, primarily over worries of the potential environmental impact. Those who are in favor of the proposed rezoning feel that the potential … Continue reading
Please take this quick survey about the request to rezone the land between the Kwik Fill and the Tabor townhouses from commercial use to industrial use.
This summer I’m volunteering with Westminster Economic Development Initiative (http://www.wedibuffalo.org/ – they have a site but no content), a nonprofit organization that works to improve the West Side neighborhood of Buffalo, an area with very high rates of poverty and … Continue reading
Photos from the 17th Annual Blossburg State Coal Festival I found something very cool on Picasa – you can search for Blossburg in all Picasa’s public photos and look through them – here.