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Re: Preparing for first Day at DC Cook
« Reply #25 on: Mar 15, 2009, 08:19 »
My lodgings are confirmed, the Silver Beach Hotel in St. Joseph.  The hotel operator said that other HP's are staying there, any of them on this board?  (I'd like a review of the hotel from firsthand experience).  I'd like to get together for carpools if at all possible.  Last I checked the DC master page, they said they didnt know if there would be bus service.  If there was, does it extend into St Joseph?

The hotel is ok.  They have been doing a lot of remodeling the last year.  They have a whole floor remodeled into a dorm like design for Whirlpool corporation's interns that stay there.     Its right down town and close to everything besides the plant which is about 10 miles south of town.

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Re: Preparing for first Day at DC Cook
« Reply #26 on: Apr 04, 2009, 04:49 »
Work boots need to have a safety cover over the toes: some folks prefer use steel, some composite. Know that steel will NOT pass the metal detectors, you will have to take them off and run them thru the x-ray, or wear something else in and out of work. There is a national cert - but the official tag escapes me.

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