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Former Hostess Bakery in Henderson to Open Under New Ownership

Former Hostess Bakery in Henderson to Open Under New Ownership

New owners plan on reopening the old Hostess factory and opening 60 new positions with it.

A former Hostess Brands bakery in Henderson that closed after the Twinkies maker went bankrupt will soon be up and running under new owners.

Read more at Vegas Inc.

Lifeguard Clinic Gives Teens a Jump on Summer

Lifeguard Clinic Gives Teens a Jump on Summer

 

With spring on the horizon, it’s not too early for teens to start thinking about summer jobs – or at least the first steps toward them.

Those interested in lifeguarding are invited to take part in the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department’s Jr. Lifeguard Spring Clinic. The program takes place 8 a.m.-11 a.m., Monday through Thursday, April 2-5, at Heritage Park Aquatic Complex, 310 S. Racetrack Rd.

Registration is $50 per teen, ages 12-14, and can be made online at cityofhenderson.com/parks (activity 136004-01) or at any recreation center or indoor pool.

The clinic gives teens the opportunity to spend a week with the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatics team and get a preview of the summer Jr. Lifeguard program. Teens will learn about water safety, emergency action plans, shadow guarding, and how to assist with swim lessons.

Resume Writing Class at Library

Jackie Georgiou of the Alexandra Group will be presenting a workshop at the Gibson Library at 1 p.m. Saturday.

This workshop is designed to help job seekers present themselves, their career objectives and their job history positively in a written format. Jackie has seven years of experience in the areas of human resource management and recruitment. This workshop is appropriate for ages 16 and up.

Jobs Available as Lake Las Vegas Casino Reopens

Jobs Available as Lake Las Vegas Casino Reopens

Close to 100 restored jobs will open for interviews Monday as Casino MonteLago at Lake Las Vegas readies to reopen.

Casino MonteLago is scheduled to reopen Memorial Day weekend under the new ownership of Intrepid Gaming, pending approval by the Nevada Gaming Control Board and Commission.

The announcement was made today by Intrepid Gaming CEO Jon Berkley.

“We are excited to be a part of the resurgence of Lake Las Vegas,” Berkley said. “Our immediate focus is on hiring approximately 100 experienced team members who will fulfill our goal of providing personalized, concierge style service for our guests. We are currently under construction, upgrading the property with stunning design and architectural details.