August 2, 2022
Telamon Corporation is making strides in the community

Seasonal or migrant farmworkers are known for planting, picking, and harvesting crops. They work long hours in varying weather conditions. Their work helps feed America and powers the local economy in various industries from food service, fashion, manufacturing, medical, and sales. Unfortunately, workers frequently experience seasonal unemployment and underemployment.

The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) was created to address seasonal unemployment and underemployment. "Farmworkers can access supportive services and skills training programs, which positions them to compete for better-paying jobs in agriculture or new industries," says Lakesha Fagan, State Program Manager-Alabama. "Services for spouses and dependents of farmworkers are also available."

Farmworkers interested in accessing services should visit Telamon Corp in the Alabama Career Center, 515 Springhill Plaza Court, Mobile, AL 36608.

To qualify for the program or learn more, visit or contact LaKesha Fagan at
(251) 327-3991 or via email

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Crichton Community Action Group to Host Meeting
with Local & State Candidates

(Mobile, Ala) - The Crichton Community Action Group will hold a public event with local and statewide candidates on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at The Helena II, 1564 St Stephen's Rd., Mobile, AL 36603
The event is free, and the public is invited and encouraged to attend this important community event. Candidates attending include: Dr. Will Boyd for U.S. Senate; Jackie Brown for Mobile County Juvenile Judge; Moshae Donald for Mobile County District Attorney; Vivian Davis Figures, Senate District 33; Yolanda Flowers for Governor of Alabama; Pamela Lafitte for Secretary of State; Wendell Major for Alabama Attorney General; Labarron Perkins for Mobile County Sheriff. 
“This is an opportunity for all citizens to meet candidates for office and learn about their platforms,” says Rev. Wilder. To learn more, please contact Rev. Nathaniel Wilder at (251) 508-5445 or via email  
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