LasTop Lawn Maintenance & Landscaping, Inc. (LasTop). will be hosting a JOB FAIR from 9 am – 1 pm today, Friday, May 15, 2020. If you or someone you know is currently looking for employment and ENJOY working outdoors, mowing and cleaning lawns, please stop by.
We are looking for Lawn Crew Members to work Monday thru Friday with weekends and major holidays off. Our company is GROWING! And we are looking to fill several Lawn Crew Member positions this week.
Candidates MUST be HONEST, dependable, hard-working and have EXPERIENCE with commercial lawn maintenance. Interested applicants should expect to work in a fast-paced environment and expect to perform lawn maintenance tasks all day.
If that is you or someone you know, please complete the online application at www.lastoplawnmaintenance.com. Please tell us about your lawn care experience.
We hope to see you there! LasTop is located at 2629 E. 36th St. N., Tulsa, OK 74110.0
Attending the JOB FAIR set for FRIDAY, May 20, 2020, 9 am – 1 pm will get you face to face with hiring decision-makers for LasTop Lawn Maintenance & Landscaping, Inc. (LasTop). Be professionally, courteous and bring identification and proof of right-to-work, because we are there to hire.
Complete an online application at www.lastoplawnmaintenance.com Just walk in and start interviewing, it’s that simple! You’re not just an applicant behind a keyboard, you can get right in front of the decision makers by attending this event.
Spend some time answering and asking questions and leave with a job.
A relaxed interviewing atmosphere.
Improve your chances of finding a job.
Don’t just sit by the phone.
What to bring
Bring your valid driver’s license and proof of right-to-work documents. Be prepared to complete paperwork. Bring job references and be prepared to tell us about your expereince.
How long should you spend at the job fair
If you are hired, please be prepared to spend an hour of your time to complete paperwork and/or orientation.
LasTop Lawn Maintenance & Landscaping, Inc. is hosting at JOB FAIR set for FRIDAY, May 15, 2020 from 9 am to 1 pm at our office located at 2629 E. 36th St. N., Tulsa, Oklahoma.
We are certainly GROWING! And we are searching for Lawn Crew Members to join our TEAM! The ideal candidates enjoy working outdoors in the elements and has commercial lawn maintenance experience. The work environment is fast-pace, candidates should be able to perform lawn maintenance services continuously throughout the day. We are looking for HONEST, DEPENDABLE and HARD-WORKING team players to join our WINNING team.
These jobs are Monday thru Friday with weekends off and off for major holidays. If you or someone you know has experience, please send them our way! Applicants MUST apply online and can do so 24/7 at www.lastoplawnmaintenance.com.
Our “Grandma Tee,” Wilma C. Factory Phifer Green
will be turning 106 years old on February 12, 2020! We are EXTREMELY EXCITED
and BLESSED to have her in our lives. She has been a great supporter,
inspiration and influencer in our lives.
Wilma Factory Phifer Green was born and reared in Carbon,
Oklahoma on February 12, 1914. She was the youngest child born to Nealy and Eva
Factory (Factor). Her father, Nealy Factory was one of the two first black US
Marshals serving Indian Territory. He has been noted in Black History
books for his assistance with the capture of outlaw Jessie James.
Wilma Green later moved to McAlester, Oklahoma. She met
and married Charles Phifer. The union had three children: Joe “Butch”
Phifer (deceased), Everett “Honey” Phifer and Patricia
She was foster parent and a babysitter of many children in
her community. She was a long-time member of Ward Chapel AME Church. While
there, she served as Missionary President, served on the Finance Committee, as
Board Member and served as a Stewardess.
She was a domestic worker. She loved to cook Sunday Dinner
and invite everyone. She rented and operated Edna Rhone’s Cafe. Wilma Green
retired from McAlester Naval Base, now known as the McAlester Army Ammunition
Mrs. Green has two daughters-in-law; Gisela Phifer and Lois
Phifer, 12 grandchildren, 22 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren and a
host of many nephews, nieces, cousins and friends who celebrated near and far,
her 106th Birthday.
Wilma is the grandmother of the President of LasTop Lawn
Maintenance & Landscaping, Inc. (LasTop), Angela K. Chambers. We see a lot
and hear a lot about “Grandma Tee” at LasTop. We are blessed!
Water gardens and backyard ponds are for butterflies,
frogs, birds, fish, you, and the whole family. These
ponds may be small, may even be no larger than 3 to 4
feet in diameter. These may be built in patio
containers and barrels. Drawing wildlife in your
backyard may be done by adding water gardens and
ponds. These will not only provide enjoyment and
interest but also a natural and relaxing environment
A fish pond in your backyard may become the focal
point of your backyard conversation. So spice it up
with this tips and techniques.
Where to Put Up a Backyard Pond
Place your fish pond in a place where you can best
view it from, whether from a deck or the patio. Make
it coincide with the natural surroundings. Do not
place the pond where the sun can overheat it. Nestle
it in a shaded place but not under the trees.
It is best to slightly elevate the soil surrounding
the pond so that excess water will not enter into it.
Plan the drainage system of the pond, making sure that
it draws the water away from your house.
Landscaping the surroundings around your pond will
provide a natural dwelling place for birds and frogs
that need water and land. Make sure that electricity
is available if you plan to use lights, filters, or a
water re-circulating device.
Do not place the pond under the trees to avoid fallen
leaves into the pond. This technique will also provide
less maintenance to the pond. Expose the pond to
sufficient sunlight only since some aquatic plats grow
well in full sun and others do not.
Using Pond Liners
Pond liners are used to keep water from leaking into
the soil. It is almost always necessary for ponds even
if it they are situated in clay soils. Pond liners
come in different shapes and sizes. They even include
built in waterfalls or any design based on your
preferences. They are durable and convenient.
Consider a polyvinyl chloride liner (PVC liner) in
building larger ponds. In determining the size of the
PVC, you have to know the maximum length, width, and
depth of the pond. After which, multiply the maximum
depth by 3. Add the answer to the width and the
length. Now you have enough PVC to securely hold down
the pond edges.
Pond liners come in different thickness as well. The
thicker the pond liner, the more resistant it is to
punctures. Cement may be considered an optional pool
liner. However, it requires more expertise to install
and it may cost more than the regular plastic pond
However, considering that many ponds are quite small,
other plastics may be used. It may be cheaper but many
may break down easily once prolonged exposure to
ultraviolet light happens. Some plastics also may
prove to be toxic to fish.
Time your pond building when the ground is not overly
wet or frozen. Dig the hole according to the right
depth and place (and secure) the pond liner. Then
landscape the pond surroundings. Remove any rocks from
the surrounding area. Add water, plants, and a pump.
Let the pond sit for a few days before adding plants
and fish. Let the plants settle for at least one week
before placing the fish.