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DUNCANSVILLE

Health care career fair set

PA CareerLink Blair County and the Southern Alleghenies Workforce Development Board will hold a health care career job fair from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the National Guard Armory in Duncansville.

Approximately 30 health care related local employers and four training providers are scheduled to participate in the event.

There is no cost to participate in the career fair, and advance registration is not required. Job seekers are encouraged to come early, dress accordingly and bring several copies of their resume.

DUNCANSVILLE

PCR acquired by TRPIL

Private Care Resources Inc. of Duncansville has been acquired by Transitional Paths to Independent Living of Washington, Pa.

“With the recent introduction of the Community HealthChoices program, and the transformation of how seniors and people with disabilities in Pennsylvania receive medical and long-term care services, a new strategy is needed,” Ann Bender, former owner of PCR said in a statement.

Founded in 2000, Private Care Resources Inc. was a state-licensed and Medicaid-certified home health agency that provided customized medical and non-medical care. PCR served a 16-county area in western Pennsylvania. Their mission was to allow individuals to remain safely and comfortably in the privacy of their own homes for medical, non-medical and/or Companion Care Services.

PCR has been rebranded as TRPIL Home Health, and its operations will be enriched by an infusion of the independent living philosophy, especially the concepts of consumer choice and control.

“The opportunity to become part of an energetic and growing organization like TRPIL was too good to pass up in this uncertain and changing health care landscape. TRPIL has a long track record in providing consumer-controlled, quality long-term care and supports,” Bender said.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.

Mayer reveals brand evolution

Mayer Electric Supply, now known simply as Mayer, has announced the launch of its evolved brand identity.

Mayer, which recently purchased The Hite Co. of Altoona, is a national leader in the wholesale distribution of electrical products and equipment, connected solutions, lighting, digital tools, DataCom technologies, power distribution and automation and control systems.

Mayer’s brand evolution includes a modernized, sophisticated new logo and mark, a fresh color palette, updated brand positioning and company messaging and a shorter naming convention. The new design and overall aesthetic pay homage to Mayer’s history while also aligning with the company’s upward trajectory.

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