United expands online ordering
As families begin to gather again for graduation celebrations, food continues to be an important part of these special occasions. All United supermarkets and Market Street across Texas are now offering party tray and cake ordering online, making it easier for customers to prepare for these special events than ever before.
Just in time for graduation season, this expansion is another step towards making e-commerce more comprehensive and equal to all the convenient services that customers find inside the store.
“We are really excited to continue to expand our e-commerce offerings,” said Sidney Hopper, President of The United Family. “We are here to meet the needs of our customers in the most practical way possible. It strengthens our ability to do so. “
Online offerings for party platters include everything from party sub platters and flatbread paninis to shrimp cocktails and sushi platters. You can even find the perfect charcuterie plate to accompany a bottle of wine to share with friends.
If guests are planning a party for the kids, look no further than the “Just for Kids” section – featuring ham and cheese sandwich platters, chicken fillets with gravy or even cheeseburger sliders. .
No celebration or gathering is complete without something sweet. Now customers can order personalized cakes from the store’s bakery using the online ordering platform.
“Ecommerce is here to stay and we intend to do whatever we can to improve and expand this avenue of our business,” said Hopper. “We look forward to providing this new service to our customers and look forward to further innovations and extensions in the future.”
Covenant Report: $ 76 million in community support
Covenant Health recently announced the results of its 2020 annual report. The report highlights how Covenant Health has partnered across west Texas and eastern New Mexico to tackle the most difficult public health crisis From our era.
In service of its mission of service to all, Covenant Health has acted to provide short-term solutions while fostering positive long-term change by investing in communities to build a more equitable and sustainable future.
“Covenant Health has a rich history in the Texas and New Mexico area. While healthcare in our region has changed over the years, our commitment to fulfilling our mission, vision, values and promise has not been canceled, ”said Richard Parks, President and CEO of Covenant Health. “During the difficult times of the pandemic that began in 2020, our commitment to our communities has grown in the way we care for each other, especially our patients.
Tavia Hatfield, Regional Director of Community Health Investment, said: “Together, more than 6,000 caregivers across our region have given hope of desperate and loving support to the most vulnerable in our communities. Our caregivers have worked to find ways to best meet and prioritize our region’s most difficult needs for our underserved populations.
These areas of interest include:
• Health care access
• Mental and behavioral health
• Roaming and housing
• Food insecurity
Dunkin ‘Iced Coffee Day to benefit the Joy in Childhood Foundation
Dunkin ‘invites Lubbock to enjoy a Dunkin’ iced coffee while giving back to the community on this upcoming iced coffee day.
On Wednesday, May 26, 50 cents of all iced coffees sold at participating Dunkin ‘restaurants in Lubbock will benefit the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation and its mission to bring joy to children battling hunger or disease. .
Since 2006, the Dunkin ‘Joy in Childhood Foundation has awarded over $ 30 million and will award $ 7 million this year.
Customers can customize their Dunkin ‘Iced Coffee to their liking, with a variety of dairy and non-dairy options, sweeteners and flavors.
To learn more about the Dunkin ‘Joy in Childhood Foundation, visit www.bringjoy.org and follow us on Facebook or Instagram.
Parkhill announces new employee licenses
Jessica Kaskie received a professional engineering license in Texas. Jessica joined Parkhill’s site development practice in 2015 as an engineering student and has since been employed full time after earning her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University. She has 12 years of experience in the engineering profession, over 13 years of experience in computer-aided design technologies and has helped complete over 400 projects including the Amarillo College Innovation Center. , Potter County Fire Hall and PlainsCapital Milwaukee branch. Jessica is actively involved in STEM related programs in the Lubbock community. She is a judge in the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering’s annual competition, leads campus tours with college women interested in math and science degrees, and participates in engineering summer programs at Texas Tech.
Nichole Carroway became a licensed architect in Texas. Associate member of the American Institute of Architects, she has worked on K-12 projects such as Richardson Elementary School at Dimmitt ISD and Amarillo ISD 2017 Bond Improvements as well as on community projects such as the Borger Dome Convention Center, Frisco Commons Park Master Plan and Active Adult Center, and the award-winning renovation of Jal Public Schools high schools and high schools. She holds two degrees from Texas Tech University, a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Masters in Architecture. She also holds a Certificate of Historic Preservation from the Texas Tech College of Architecture and is a member of the NCARB and the Amarillo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. His skills include Revit, programming, visualization, K-12 design, community / municipal design, and projects for communities in West Texas.
Salvador T. Sanchez also became a licensed architect in Texas. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a BA in Architecture in 2016 and an MA in Architecture with a Certificate in Urban and Community Design in 2018. Specializes in Building Information Modeling (BIM), General Planning and Digital Design , he has worked on higher education projects for Parkhill since 2016, such as the Hughes-Trigg Student Center at Southern Methodist University, the renovation of the TTUHSC Southwest Professional Services Building and the Draft Plan director of the Amarillo College. He is a Fellow of the Lubbock Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Fellow of the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and the Applied Arts, and Vice President of the Texas Two Sector of Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc.