Briefcase

HUNTINGDON

New features at McDonald’s

McDonald’s of Huntingdon is now offering some new features.

The first of its kind in Huntingdon County, the redesigned restaurant is revolutionizing how customers order, how they pay and how they’re served. This new restaurant model has been successfully rolled out in thousands of McDonald’s restaurants around the world.

Features include digital self-order kiosks in the dining room, digital menu boards, and Mobile Order & Pay with curbside service option using the McDonald’s mobile app.

Mobile Order & Pay technology allows customers to use the company’s app to select items, check in at the restaurant, pay online, then enjoy a meal inside the restaurant or on the go with drive thru or curbside pickup.

STATE COLLEGE

Diagnostic session set

South Hills School of Business & Technology will hold a free diagnostic medical sonography information session from 4 to 6 p.m. Sept. 18 at its DMS facility, 3081 Enterprise Drive, in CATO Park.

South Hills’ DMS program prepares individuals to work closely with radiologists, cardiologists and other medical professionals.

The session gives those interested the opportunity to learn more about the program and its career opportunities. Instructors will give tours of the sonography lab and will review the requirements of the program curriculum, which includes a six-month internship within a medical venue.

Register for the event at www.southhills.edu/dmsinfo.

TYRONE

Chamber sets Breakfast Club

The Tyrone Area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Club will meet at 7:30 a.m. Aug. 9 at The Bull Pen Restaurant.

Guest speaker will be local contractor Jeff Long who will discuss his Graystone Grande Palazzo project in Altoona.

Cost to attend is $6.

For more information or to register call 684-0736 or email rose@tyronechamber.com.

Edward Jones recognized

People magazine and Great Place to Work have honored Edward Jones as one of People’s “50 Companies That Care,” a ranking based on the firm’s associate feedback about how their workplace makes a difference in their lives and their communities.

Rankings present feedback from more than 4.5 million employees across the U.S. People partnered with Great Place to Work, a global people analytics and consulting firm, to analyze employees’ survey feedback and to consider the generosity of each organization’s benefits, philanthropic and community support. Edward Jones took the No. 5 spot on the list.

Blair County Edward Jones financial advisers include Michael Harris, Katlin Webb and Vicki Karns in Altooona, John Barton in Hollidaysburg and J.T. Tidd in Hollidaysburg.

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