Bethlehem Press

Monday, July 13, 2020
PRESS PHOTOS BY TIM GILMAN During the summer, the City of Bethlehem expands its workforce with some out-of-school students to provide them with job experience and part-time income. On her first summer job, Chelsea Yenca, a junior at Northampton HS, waters flowering plants outside the City Hall Church Street entrance. She works for the Parks and Recreation Department and her father, Chuck Yenca, is a city stone mason. PRESS PHOTOS BY TIM GILMAN During the summer, the City of Bethlehem expands its workforce with some out-of-school students to provide them with job experience and part-time income. On her first summer job, Chelsea Yenca, a junior at Northampton HS, waters flowering plants outside the City Hall Church Street entrance. She works for the Parks and Recreation Department and her father, Chuck Yenca, is a city stone mason.
City Traffic Department surveyor Joe Bedics paints street signage at an intersection as summer part-timer Tyler Dolgos assists. Tyler attends the University of Delaware and worked for the city for the first time. His family is from Bethlehem and his father, Frank Dolgos, is a city engineer. City Traffic Department surveyor Joe Bedics paints street signage at an intersection as summer part-timer Tyler Dolgos assists. Tyler attends the University of Delaware and worked for the city for the first time. His family is from Bethlehem and his father, Frank Dolgos, is a city engineer.

City's summer help

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 by The Press in Local News