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JAN. 29 SRVCC ICE FISHING DERBY ON POKEGAMA LAKE The Snake River Valley Conservation Club is hosting its 51st annual Ice Fishing Derby on Sunday, Jan. 29 from 1 - 3 p.m. on the south side of Lake Pokegama by Vannelli’s Landing. There will be door prizes (need not be present to win) as well as cash prizes for fish caught during the tournament. Minnows, snacks and lunch will be available for purchase. PINE CITY SENIOR DINING JAN. 16 - 20 Monday: Special of the Day Tuesday: BBQ chicken, scalloped potatoes, cream corn, wheat bread, gingerbread with topping Wednesday: Roast beef with horseradish, whipped potatoes with gravy, Scandinavian blend vegetable, dinner roll, fresh fruit Thursday: Hawaiian party- Aloha chicken, rice pilaf, grand green beans, mandarin oranges, elegant eclair dessert Friday: Hamburger on a bun, baked beans, coleslaw, peaches Cost is $4.00 for people over 60 and $7.50 for under 60. No preregistration needed, except for special events. Call the Pine City Senior Center at 320-629-3024 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
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JAN. 21 BENEFIT FOR ASHLEY HAMME ADAMS In May Ashley was in a horrific car accident and her medical bills are mounting. A benefit to help offset those expenses will be held at the Crystal Bar and Grill in Mora from 6:30 - 9 p.m. There will be a silent and live auction with the silent auction beginning at 6:30, the live auction at 9 p.m. There will also be a beer bust. Donations are welcome. For more information contact
JAN. 23 COW/CALF DAYS SEMINAR TOUR AND TRADE SHOW The University of Minnesota will host their annual Cow/Calf Day at 5:30 p.m. at the Kanabec County Jail (18 N. Vine Street, Mora). The program is directed at cow/ calf producers, allied industry representatives and is open to the public. A meal will be served with the program and a registration fee will be charged (register and pay at the door). Registration will include the meal, proceedings book and materials. The session will last approximately three hours. For more information call Eric Mousel at 218-398-1916.
JAN. 22 ADULT LEARN TO SKI Mora Ski Club is offering an adult learn to ski class for persons who are interested in learning to cross-country ski, learning to improve their technique or looking for a good way to deal with winter in Minnesota. Mora Ski Club members will teach both classic and skate skiing techniques. Participants must have their own skiing equipment. Dates, Times & Locations: Jan. 22: 1 p.m. at the Nordic Center (400 N. 9th St. in Mora) Jan. 28: Sunset at the Lanternloppet at the north practice loops. A registration fee will be charged and registration can be made at the Mora School District office.
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Fluegge's Ag is a family-run business in its 55th year of operation, selling and servicing farm material handling equipment. Fluegge's features a large selection of manure spreaders, mixers, hay rakes, and tedders, both new and used, and specializes in “service after the sale.” The store oﬀers new, used, and rental equipment from more than 20 diﬀerent vendors, as well as small engine repairs. Fluegge's Ag was started in 1960 by Lud Fluegge, on his dairy farm in northern Kanabec County. The business moved to Brunswick in 1972 after the farm was sold. “My dad raised me on the back end of equipment he was putting together,” said son Rod, “since I was about seven years old.” Rod started full-time with the family business in the spring of 1975, and in 1996 moved to the current location just east of Mora. He and ﬁve employees currently run the shop.
The business expanded from one product line to more than 20, and from a one-stall garage to more than 12,000 square feet of parts and service areas. Fluegge's oﬀers inshop service, as well as on-the-farm equipment repairs. The store also features a large parts department that includes bearings, roller chains, and power take-oﬀ parts, just to name a few. Fluegge's Ag also serves the needs of “non-farm” residential customers with a line of rototillers, brush cutters, and seeding equipment. Customer satisfaction is their highest concern: as Rod stated, “We stand behind all our products – except for the manure spreaders!” Over the years, Rod said, the business has expanded from working with herds of 20 dairy cattle to farms with 3,200 animals, and their primary focus these days is dairy and beef farm management. “We've been in the business for 55 years,” Rod said,
“and just added to the shop this year. We started out as a farmstead service, working with implements that are serviced on site. We expanded to work with equipment on wheels, that could be serviced either on Rod Fluegge, Owne r the farm or here at the shop. But we're unique in that we still oﬀer on-the-farm service. We make house calls – or 'barn calls.'” Fluegge's Ag is located east of Mora at 2040 Mahogany Road, just north of Highway 23. For quality farm material handling equipment and “service after the sale,” ﬁnd them on line at ﬂueggesag.com and call them at 320-679-2981.
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Choosing a wedding date wisely Many couples find themselves bombarded with questions the moment they become engaged, and perhaps no questions is more common than, “When is the wedding?” Choosing a wedding date without giving it much consideration may make things more difficult down the road. Rather than jumping head first into any decisions, couples should give thought to any and all dates and decide if there are certain times of the year they want to tie the knot or avoid. Season: Decide if you prefer the lush greenery of summer or the amazing color spectrum of an autumn afternoon. Perhaps you envision arriving at the ceremony with a snow-packed landscape amid twinkling holiday lights.
Month: Certain months may seem perfect, but not for busy professionals or those with limited vacation time at their disposal. You may need to plan around slow work times or vacation availability. Holidays: Some people would like to tie their wedding day to a particular holiday. Holiday weddings produce significant obstacles. Guests may not want to travel or spend time away from their families to attend a holiday wedding. Having a wedding during a holiday may mean competing for vendors and reception spaces. Prices on everything from food to flowers to airline tickets could be higher as vendors cash in on customer demand.
Day of the week: It’s less expensive for couples to get married on Fridays and Sundays than Saturday afternoons or evenings. A Friday wedding requires people to take off from work or school. Sunday weddings may be slightly more convenient, but those who have to get back to work on Monday may be tired from late-night festivities. Couples should anticipate some guests not making it to their weddings when those weddings are not on Saturdays. Any available dates: Your wedding date may be dictated by your caterer or wedding hall. If you have a particular venue in mind, you may be limited by their availability. This is a concession you will need to make if your heart is set on this particular location.
Choosing your wedding party Grooms and brides-to-be face many decisions regarding their pending nuptials, but few may prove as delicate as choosing the wedding party for the big day. Friends who expect to be in the wedding may be disappointed if they are not ultimately chosen, while brothers & sisters may feel left out if they are not asked to walk up the aisle. Choosing your wedding party should not be taken lightly. Following a few pointers can help you make the right call. · Pick a number. The number of groomsmen and bridesmaids typically matches, so your fiancée’s intentions may make your decision a lot easier. Friends are unlikely be offended if family members get the nod ahead of them, so discuss num-
bers with your fiancée before you begin trimming your list of candidates. · Choose a best man or maid of honor. It’s important to recognize that being in this role carries with it some responsibility. This person will organize the bachelor/bachelorette party, give a toast at the wedding and handle any pre and post-wedding duties. · Don’t forget your fiancée’s family. While you should not feel pressured to pick anyone in particular, if your fiancée has any brothers or sisters, ask if their heart is set on including any of them in the bridal party. · Confirm their availability. When asking friends or family members to be in the wedding party,
it’s best to ensure they can actually make it to the ceremony. When asking, explain the situation to them, and let them know you fully understand if they cannot commit due to travel or financial concerns. Confirm their availability as soon as possible, as you don’t want to be down one on your big day.
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Building your wedding budget More and more engaged couples are completely or partially financing their own nuptials. That means prospective brides and grooms must develop wedding budgets that won’t ensure their first act as Mr. and Mrs. is paying down debt.
list so it includes only close family members and friends.
· Examine your collective finances. An open and honest discussion each person’s finances is the only way to develop a realistic wedding budget that both partners can live with. Once couples know what they can contribute, they can then consult their parents to determine if their mothers and fathers are intending to contribute.
· Don’t count on gifts. Many couples justify runaway wedding budgets by telling themselves that they will ultimately get the money back via wedding gifts. While many guests will give financial gifts, counting on such windfalls is a recipe for accruing debt. Do not build potential wedding gifts into your wedding budget. If you do so and your expectations fall short, you could be facing considerable debt upon returning home from your honeymoon.
· Develop a preliminary guest list. A preliminary guest list can give couples an idea of how large and expensive their weddings will be. If need be, keep costs down by trimming the guest
· Gather quotes before choosing where to tie the knot. Where couples get married will have a great impact on how much money they will spend on their weddings. Venues within the same
city can vary greatly with regard to pricing and offerings as well, so couples should give themselves ample time to gather quotes and find an affordable venue they like. · Build extra costs into your budget. When determining a budget you can live with, remember to include a little extra for unforeseen costs. Weddings are large undertakings, and it’s reasonable to expect some unforeseen costs to arise. Building such costs into your initial budget will make these unforeseen circumstances that much easier to handle. Don’t forget about sales tax, gratuities and postage!in your invitation package. Wedding websites will answer many of your guests’ questions for you, so don’t forget to make this valuable tool a part of your wedding planning.
How to find the right wedding vendors
Vendors, including caterers, florists, transportation companies, officiants and musicians are essential to a successful wedding. Competent wedding vendors will remove much of the worry and work from a couple’s shoulders. Research, planning and verifying references are some ways to ensure your vendors make your wedding day that much more enjoyable.
Seek recommendations from trusted friends and family members. Wordof-mouth advertisement is a great way to find quality wedding vendors who will help make your dream wedding a reality. Consult with a wedding planner. A wedding planner wants the job to get done right and efficiently, and many wedding planners have
already vetted and verified certain vendors as quality workers. Always ask for references and don’t ignore them. If a vendor fails to provide references, this should raise suspicions about the person’s reliability. Deposits should be a fraction of the total price. Avoid wedding vendors who insist on hefty deposits. A
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Tips for Trimming the Guest List While guests make weddings more enjoyable, and may increase the propensity to enjoy a more successful marriage, couples must be practical and consider their wedding budgets when creating their guest lists. Couples who are finding it difficult to create and pare down their guest lists can employ the following tips. · Create initial lists. When jotting down potential guests’ names, write down everyone you want to invite, regardless of budget. Then list the musthave guests for the wedding. This should include the family and friends with whom you interact on a regular basis. Create a separate column for guests who don’t make the must-have list. · Separate friends from friends’ friends. If you don’t see people outside of events set up by mutual friends, you should not feel obligated to invite those people to the wedding. They are more likely friends of your friends and not your close friends. · Know the guest list ceiling. Catering halls or reception rooms often can only accommodate
a certain number of people. Know this number before making a final list. The limits of the space may serve as the catalyst for trimming the guest list. · Consider coworkers carefully. Think about whether you’d still be friends with your coworkers if the company dissolved tomorrow. If not, you should not feel obligated to invite them. · Have we met? If you don’t remember interacting with a person or the person has never met your significant other, then they probably can be cut. If parents insist on inviting someone you barely remember, they should help defray the costs. · Cut out the kids. Even though children’s dinner costs may be lower than adults’, inviting children can significantly increase the guest list. A no-child policy at the reception can save money. · Avoid uncomfortable situations. Unless you have remained particularly close, keep former boyfriends and girlfriends off of the guest list. · Ask for an unbiased opinion. Give the editing pen to someone else if you cannot make a decision. This person may help weed out extraneous guests. Paring down a wedding guest list can be a difficult process, but couples should work together and respect each other’s concerns when creating their final list.
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Selecting a comfortable wedding gown Brides can spend 12 hours or more in their wedding gowns on their wedding day. However, when shopping for their gowns, brides may prioritize beauty over comfort, even though it’s entirely possible to find a gown that’s both stunning and comfortable. When staff and friends or family who have come along to offer advice start to blush over wedding gowns, bridesto-be may feel pressured to downplay any discomfort they feel. To make sure brides look flawless and elegant but are still comfortable in their wedding gowns, consider the following tips. · Know what to highlight and what to cover up. No two body types are the same, and many women feel certain parts of their bodies are their best assets while they want to downplay others. Confidence and pride are important parts of the comfort factor. · Get sized correctly. Bridal gown sizes do not coincide with street sizes. Depending on the manufacturer, brides may
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Funeral Home We are proud to show you our new facility in Mora, MN A Note from Dresser-Methven
Our foyer offers a warm greeting area with a fireplace, seating and coffee.
We realize planning a funeral fo ra the most difficult tasks a family loved one is one of can go through. That is why we have created a building that reflects a soothing, warm and comfortable environm ent. Come in for a cup of coffee and ta have the largest and most expe ke a look around. We rienced staff to help you make those difficult decisions. Wh traditional Christian burial or a ether you choose a nonmemorial service, we are here to denomination help. Funeral service is constantly ch an experience to guide you throug ging and we have the ha Whether it be at our funeral hom personalized service. e, a church, on a countr y hilltop, or wherever a family fin ds comfort. We strive to create meaningful services. New location: 124 East Maple St, Mora (originally the Kanabec State Bank site)
Serving the Community Since 1912 The chapel offers seating for 200, music arrangements by piano, organ or sound system, recessed lighting and a large area for memorials.
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JAN. 15 ADULT LEARN TO SKI Mora Ski Club is offering an adult learn to ski class for persons who are interested in learning to cross-country ski, learning to improve their technique or looking for a good way to deal with winter in Minnesota. Mora Ski Club members will teach both classic and skate skiing techniques. Participants must have their own skiing equipment. Dates, Times & Locations: Jan. 15 & 22: 1 p.m. at the Nordic Center (400 N. 9th St. in Mora) Jan. 28: Sunset at the Lanternloppet at the north practice loops. A registration fee will be charged and registration can be made at the Mora School District office. JAN. 15 FREE THROW CHAMPIONSHIP The Knights of Columbus will host a Free Throw Championship at 1 p.m. at Trailview Elementary School for boys and girls ages 9 - 14. Registration will be the day of the event. Bring a copy of a birth certificate. For more information call Dan Johnson at 679-3723. JAN. 15 ADULT FORUM PFLAG will not meet this month but encourages members and others to attend an adult
forum at Methodist Church/ Common Ground at 11 a.m. The presentation/discussion will be about what the Bible does and does not say about sexuality. Common Ground is located at 404 Cypress in Cambridge. For more information call 320-2720069 or 763-552-0084. JAN. 15 OPEN SKATING/OPEN HOCKEY On Sunday, Jan. 15 there is open skating from 5:15-6:15 p.m. followed by youth open hockey at 6:15 p.m. and adult open hockey at 7:30 p.m. at the Pine City Civic Center. Call 320-629-6995 for cost or more information, or visit www.pinecityciviccenter.weebly. com. JAN. 15 & 22 ADULT “LEARN TO SKI” CLASSES Mora Ski Club is offering an adult “learn to ski” class for those interested in learning the basics of cross-country skiing, or just want to improve their technique. Mora Ski Club members will teach both classic and skate skiing on Sundays, Jan. 15 and 22, 1 p.m., at the Nordic Center (400 N. 9th St., Mora). Participants must provide their own equipment. Registration may be made at the Mora School District office.
JAN. 15 & 29 PFLAG SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS The East Central MN Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays will not have their regular meeting in January. Instead there will be two adult forums at Cambridge United Methodist Church at 404 North Cypress in Cambridge. Sunday, Jan. 15, will feature a presentation/discussion about what the Bible says and does not say about sexuality. Sunday, Jan. 29, will feature Barbara Satin who will speak on “Being Trans and a Person of Faith – a Match Made in Heaven.” Both forums begin at 11 a.m. Call 320-3963128, 320-272-0069, or 763-5520084 with any questions, or visit ecmnpflag.org. JAN. 16 LAKES AND PINES CLOSED Lakes and Pines will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day. JAN. 16 NORTHERN EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the Kanabec History Center. The program will be a round table sharing of the Bryan Hansel Night Workshop plus viewing night photography. Members are encouraged to submit up to two
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85TH BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR LOIS YOUNGBAUER Friends and family are invited to an 85th birthday party open house for Lois Youngbauer on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2-4 p.m., at the Cricket on Hwy. 70 in Rock Creek. Please join us for cake and coffee. MORA SENIOR DINING Location: Dala Apartments 470 Bean Ave. Mora Jan. 16 - 20 Monday: Special of the Day. Tuesday: BBQ chicken, scalloped potatoes, cream corn, wheat bread, gingerbread w/topping. Wednesday: Roast beef w/horseradish, whipped potatoes w/gravy, Scandinavian blend vegetables, dinner roll, fresh fruit. Thursday: Hawaiian Party: Aloha chicken, rice pilaf, grand green beans, Mandarin oranges, elegant éclair dessert. Friday: Hamburger on a bun, baked beans, coleslaw, peaches. Note: Senior Dining is for persons 60+ Ogilvie Senior Dining is served on Mondays and Wednesdays (same entrees served at both locations) at the Ogilvie Civic Center. JAN. 21 SUPER ART SATURDAY AT PCFTA The public is invited to Super Art Saturday classes at Pine Center for the Arts, 265 5th St. SE, Pine City, on Saturday, Jan. 21. Create a landscape painting with Peg Skalicky or learn the basics of bullet journaling with Sarah Rydberg at 10 a.m. At 1 p.m. grab a hook and learn beginning crochet with Sarah Odendahl or go “Slap, Thud, Crack” with Josh Palmer and learn to stage an action scene. For cost, information or to register, call 320-629-4924 or visit www.pinecenter.org.
SOUP FOR THE SOUL Every Monday Soup for the Soul meets at Emmanuel Baptist Church of Mora for a free meal from 4 - 6 p.m. Free transportation is available by calling Timber Trails Transit 888-217-5222. JAN. 18 ADULT OPEN HOCKEY On Wednesday, Jan. 18 there is adult open hockey at 8:15 p.m. at the Pine City Civic Center. Call 320629-6995 for cost or more information, or visit www.pinecityciviccenter.weebly.com. THANK YOU Thank you to everyone who came to my 90th birthday party and thank you for all the cards, hugs and birthday wishes. Rosie Van Driel
VIOLA FRIDSTROM Viola Fridstrom, formerly of Mora, died on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, at her home in McMinnville, Oregon. She was 100 years old. A memorial service was held on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, in McMinnville, Oregon. A memorial service will be held at a later date at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Brunswick.
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ADVERTISER, JANUARY 15, 2017 - 17
CLASSIFIEDS NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Somebody Wants It! Sell it in the classiďŹ eds 320-679-2661 or 320-629-6771
ARTHUR TOWNSHIP is requesting proposals for gravel for township roads for the year 2017. The deadline to submit RFPâ€™s is noon on January 23, 2017. Proposals must be submitted on Arthur Townshipâ€™s form. The form can be downloaded from our website www.arthurtownship.com, under the Forms tab, or call the town clerk at 320-679-1347. RFPâ€™s will be opened at the January 23, 2017, Town Board Meeting which begins at 7:00 pm.
Comfort Township Meeting Schedule Comfort Township Board of Supervisors will hold their regular business meetings on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month at 7p.m. Any meeting that cannot be held on the aforementioned Mondays, because it is a legal holiday, will be held on the following Tuesday at 7 p.m. Patty Kruse, Clerk Comfort Township
Teri Bentler, Clerk
NOTICE Comfort Township Annual elections will be held on March 14, 2017. The positions that are up for election are: Supervisor #3 3 year term Treasurer â€“ 2 year term If interested in these positions please contact Patty Kruse eat 320-679-4496 or 320-237-3919 to file an Affidavit of Candidacy. A fee of $2 will be asked to be received when filing. Patty Kruse, Clerk Comfort Township
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58 TRUCKS VANS/SUVS 1999 Chevrolet Silverado in excellent condition, 158,000 miles, 8 cylinders, automatic transmission, $2,100. Call 612-460-5487.
1999 Chevrolet Silverado in excellent condition, 158,000 miles, 8 cylinders, automatic transmission, $ 2,100. Call 612-460-5487
101 SNOW REMOVAL/ EQUIPMENT Will do snowplowing. Milaca/Bock area. 320-556-3519.
102 SERVICES Praxair Dealer Now OďŹ€ering Oxygen, acetylene & welding gases. Also, cylinder leasing. JeďŹ€ â€™s Welding Mora 320-679-2524
Merles Water Conditioning 651-777-1349 mywatermn.com Water Softener Repairs, Filter changes, Preventitive Maintenance, Iron Removal, and so much more! Please see our ad in the Professional and Service Directory of this newspaper. EXCESS BAGGAGE WEIGHING YOU DOWN? Placing a classiďŹ ed ad is an easy and affordable way to advertise your unwanted items to hundreds of potential buyers. Contact us today and start turning the stuff you donâ€™t want into something you do want: CASH! Advertiser 320-629-6771 or www.pinecitymn.com
Our newspaper has end rolls for sale! These 33â€? tall end rolls of blank news- paper are great for: Artwork, coloring paper for kids, wrapping packages for mailing, packing material for shipping, creating banners. Lining pet cages and so much more! Cost is .45 center per pound. (rolls average 15-25 pounds) Call 763689-1181 x 100 to find out what is in stock. Can be picked up in our Cambridge office. 930 Cleveland St.
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Apply or send resume to: Olson Power & Equipment 38560 14th Ave., PO Box 39, North Branch, MN 55056 Phone: 651-674-4494
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Adult Assistant - School Age Care 25-29 hours per week; schedule will vary (program is open 5:45 am to 6:00 pm daily); starting $11.50 per hour; high school diploma, or equivalent required; experience working with children. Apply online at www.isd138.org under the Employment tab.
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REGISTERED NURSES/LPNs $5,000 SIGN ON/HIRING BONUS to all SECOND/NOC shift RNs and $1,000 to all SECOND/NOC shift LPNs hired into our Cambridge location prior to Jan 31, 2017. Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS) is seeking Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses to join our team at GracePointe Crossing in Cambridge, MN. â€˘ Schedules include working every other weekend and scheduled holidays. â€˘ This community includes Transitional (Short-Term) Care, Long-Term Care, Memory Care, and Assisted Living. PHS oďŹ€ers competitive wages and beneďŹ ts, (RNs starting at over $26/hr and LPNs starting at over $18/hr) where full time status deďŹ ned as working 60-80 paid hours during the two week pay period. We take your past experience into consideration for your starting wage and we oďŹ€er regular step increases based on hours worked. PHS has been serving older adults since 1955, is a leader in the industry, and continues to grow. If you have a passion and desire to enrich the lives and touch the hearts of older adults, consider joining our team in providing compassionate and high quality care and services within a caring Christian culture. QualiďŹ ed candidates apply at: www.preshomes.org; select â€œCareersâ€? and enter 9785 (RN) or 9784 (LPN) in the Keywords/ Job ID search ďŹ eld. EEO/AA
East Central S a n i t a t i o n Commercial & residential, container service, carts provided. 763-689-2171 or 763444-9862
Busy service shop is looking for a full-time small engine/power sports service technician. Experience with small engine and power sports required. Job duties include set-up, trouble shooting, preventative maintenance and repair. BRP Technician certiďŹ cation not required but a BIG plus. Competitive pay and beneďŹ ts, some Saturdays will be required.
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ARTHUR TOWNSHIP on behalf of several townships in Kanabec County, townships in western Pine County, Kanabec County and the City of Mora, is accepting proposals for application of chloride on various township, county and city roads for the year 2017. Please include your price for both magnesium chloride and calcium chloride. Proposals must be submitted on the approved form that can be downloaded from Arthur Townshipâ€™s website, www.arthurtownship.com, under the Forms tab, or call the Arthur town clerk at 320-679-1347. The deadline to submit RFPâ€™s is noon January 25, 2017/ RFPâ€™s will be opened at the January 25, 2017, Road Managerâ€™s Meeting which begins at 7:00 PM, and is held at the Arthur Town Hall 1899 Frontage Road, Mora, MN 55051 Teri Bentler, Clerk
NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
58 TRUCKS VANS/SUVS
Buying all dairy cattle, all beef cattle. Brent Besser. East Central Livestock. 320-679-4333.
Northcrest Townhomes in Mora 2 BR Townhomes $665/ month 3 BR Townhomes $750/month Includes: Heat, Water, Refuse, Washer Dryer hook-ups & Detached garage.
Phone: (320) 679-4592 Web: www.cmhp.net
115 HOME HEATING Crown Royal outdoor wood stoves. 20 year limited warranty. www.woodstovemn. com. 320-679-2567, 763-552-6743.
NOW HIRING: Food Service Team Members Apply in person at Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pine City, MN Kentucky Fried Chicken 1280 Hillside Ave SW, Pine City, MN
Full-Time Assembly/Production Help wanted at Heggies Pizza. Job includes all facets of pizza production & possible truck loading. Hours are: 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Apply at the factory. 1115 6th Ave. NE, Milaca No calls please.
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Lakes and Pines Head Start has an opening for a Combination Teacher in Cambridge Head Start is looking for dedicated, caring people to join their team as a Combination Teacher. Combination Teachers are professionals who work in a collaborative team to create developmentally appropriate learning experiences for children in a classroom setting. Combination Teachers are responsible for conducting classroom observations, maintaining classroom attendance and documenting family case notes. This position works closely within a team requiring submission of lesson plans, attending meetings and working with Service Area staďŹ€ to assist families with resources. Position requires an Associateâ€™s degree in Early Childhood Education or in a related ďŹ eld and coursework equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with experience teaching preschool-aged children. Preferred education includes a Bachelorâ€™s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Child and Family Studies, Early Childhood Licensure or Child Development Associates (CDA) Credential. Must have experience working with preschoolers and be willing to work with parents and children in classroom settings, be sensitive to the lifestyles and needs of low-income clientele, and must be a team player. This is a full-time position with competitive salary and full beneďŹ ts. BeneďŹ t package includes Medical, Dental, Life insurance, vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays, retirement with employer match up to 5%, education reimbursement provided by the Agency for approved education plans, and work related travel mileage reimbursement at the government rate. For information, job description, and application contact Lakes and Pines C.A.C., Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer, 1700 Maple Avenue East, Mora, MN 55051-1227; (320) 679-1800 x138 or www.lakesandpines.org. Reasonable accommodations made upon request. Minorities, women, people with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Application deadline is 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 25, 2017.
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157 EMPLOYMENT PART TIME
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Children’s Ministry Director Innovation, initiative desired for newly renovated space. Training or experience desired. Corporate or non-profit experience welcome. 3/4-time, negotiable. For information, email info@cambridge lutheran.org Now looking for: TWO additional cooks Everyday/Night available. Start at $14. Apply within. No calls. Flickabirds 50155 Clover Tr Rush City 55069.
Kim’s Kleaning Now Hiring
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR PART TIME AND PART TIME CASUAL BUS DRIVERS IN PINE COUNTY
If your application is accepted, Arrowhead Transit will provide and pay for the training you need to obtain your professional commercial driver’s license (CDL). You must be 21 years of age.
159 HEALTH CARE
351 ANTIQUES/ ART
HELP WANTED Smart Style in Pine City Looking for
Full Time and Part Time Stylist * Sign on Bonus, Work some nights & weekends.
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Signe & Olivias is hiring for PT/FT days and evenings. Direct care w/elderly, experience preferred but will train. Call 320-272-0115.
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358 FIREWOOD Wanted: Standing saw timber and firewood, (320)679-1815.
Black rotted manure, lg load, fast delivery. Also firewood. 320241-6983 or 479-2446952.
201 DAY CARE
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East Central A u d i o l o g y Audiology and hearing aid care. Cambridge 763-689-2121.
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Deb's Tiny Tots experience. Infant thru school ages. Certified CPR/First Aid. Braham. 763-333-4990.
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Antiques wanted: BB guns, crocks, woodworking tools, advertising, pocket knives, cash registers, Depression glass, postcards, toys, duck decoys, goldsilver coins. Call 320-679-2535 or 651-238-0909.
355 HOUSEHOLD For Sale: Reconditioned washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Rick's Home Furnishings 320-679-4047.
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369 WANTED Want to Buy all kinds of silver objects. Please call Mike at 763-843-0867
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ROUTE DRIVER/ SALES Needed:
Must be over 25 & have a clean driving record. Some overnights a must. Position is driver AND sales combined. 4-day work week. Fill out application at:
401 AUCTION CALENDAR Wed., Feb. 15, 2 p.m. Restaurant Auction. (Live on-site auction,with online bidding available). Owner retiring, must sell. Located at 945 Hwy. 123, Sandstone, MN. See website for more details, pictures, videos and online bidding. Call for financials. MLS# 4784819. Open House dates: Sat., Jan. 28, 2-4 p.m. Sat., Feb. 11, 2-4 p.m. Les Stromberg, Auctioneer, Lic. # 33-17. 320-279-0935-Direct, 800-262-5092-Office. www.bhgrealestate auction.com
451 RENTALS COMMERCIAL Sober Living for Women, $300-$800 monthly Mora. Call/text Renee 763-260-0723.
Ogilvie Mini Storage LP Mini Storage Unit 10x20, 10x10 Downtown Ogilvie Call:
(763) 286-3265 cell
502 4 SALE BY OWNER 1920's Hobby Farm 80 acres, 14 tillable. Pokegama Township. $224,500 serious inquiries call 651-780-8961
Taking applications for 3-BDRM apartment and garage-Mora. Avail. Immediately. $835/month utilities included. No smoking, no pets. Denny 507-269-7639.
160 acres, McGrath, MN. Older home, all utilities. Unique mix of land, $185k. Doug, Heartland Realty, Inc. 320-630-6651.
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Are you a Handy Person that can fix anything? this could be the Job For You! Do you like tearing things apart just so you know how they work? Do you like helping people? Do you like to get your hands dirty?
We are looking for a Service Technician. We oﬀer competitive wages and beneﬁts. Contact Septic Check for more details or to apply 320-983-2447 or oﬃce@septiccheck.com Place an ad today!
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Qualified Line Clearance Arborists Entry Level/Experienced Wanted (Central MN) Northern Clearing, Inc. is looking to hire entry level to experienced line clearance arborists in Central Minnesota. We are growing and have long term career opportunities available for qualified candidates. Previous utility tree trimming experience required, CDL license, EHAP training, MN herbicide license, and ISA certifications all a big plus. We offer steady, year round work, the industries best equipment, union wages & benefits, training and excellent advancement opportunities. Please respond with a resume or description of your experience so we can talk about what we have available for you. Compensation: $13-24 depending on experience Employment type: Full-Time
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PART-TIME TELLER Northwoods Bank is looking for a part-time teller in our Rush City branch. Qualiﬁed candidates will be customer service oriented, have good math and computer skills, and have the ability to reason and apply good judgment; while working independently. Prior teller experience is preferred. We oﬀer competitive salaries and beneﬁts, a fun atmosphere and interesting work. This position requires the ability to lift up to 51 pounds. If you are qualiﬁed and interested, please stop by for an application. The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017. Interviews will be scheduled after that date. Northwoods Bank of MN Attn: Lyn Eby 1015 Hillside Ave. SW, Suite 1 Pine City, MN 55063
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We are currently seeking to fill the following positions with skilled, dedicated and compassionate individuals.
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Must be 18 years of age with HS Diploma or 19+ years of age with no HS Diploma. For more information please stop by the Building Materials desk and ask for Human Resources. Where: 2355 Second Ave SE, Cambridge, MN 55008
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PT and Casual LPN’s 2:30p-11p every other weekend and as needed 3 FT NA/R’s for Skilled Nursing Benefit Eligible Positions 2-30hrs/wk 2:30p-10:30p 1-30hrs/wk 10:30pm-6:30am 1 PT NA/R for Skilled Nursing 22hrs/wk 10:30pm-6:30am PT and CASUAL COOKS (at St. Clare and Eastwood) 16hrs/wk, 3pm-8pm and as needed FT NA/R for Eastwood 32hrs/wk 10:30pm-7am PT NA/R for Assisted Living 20hrs per week 6:30am-3pm To take advantage of these opportunities contact Nancy Dobbins in Human Resources
St. Clare Living Community of Mora 110 7th Street N, Mora, MN 55051 (320) 679-8328 Fax (320) 679-8350 firstname.lastname@example.org SCLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Heggies Pizza 1115 6th AVE. NE., Milaca —No calls please—
Maintenance Technician FLOE International has an excellent opportunity for a Maintenance Technician. This person will be responsible for the day to day support of the FLOE East Building facility located in McGregor. Responsibilities include general upkeep of buildings, grounds and equipment, preventative maintenance on machinery, hydraulic repair, tooling installation and repair, as well as maintaining electrical, plumbing, mechanical and related systems needed to support company operations. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, plus a minimum of 5 years in a maintenance role with experience repairing and maintaining hydraulic systems, electro mechanical experience, must be mechanically inclined, must have the ability to troubleshoot and carpentry, plumbing, masonry, electrical repair, machine repair and painting. Electrical experience is a plus. Applicants must be familiar with general safety practices, OSHA regulations, Lock-out/Tag-out, HAZMAT, Forklift Safety, Overhead Crane and Quality System awareness and have a valid driver’s license. FLOE offers competitive wages and comprehensive benefits package.
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Senior Mechanical Engineer FLOE International Inc. has an immediate opening for a Sr. Mechanical Engineer in the Engineering Department. This position will be responsible for the design, development, testing and related processes essential in the manufacture of the Company’s product line(s). Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, a minimum of 5 years of engineering experience and expert skill level in 3D design required. Experience in SolidWorks is a plus. Applicants must also have advanced engineering knowledge and technical proficiency, the ability to apply general principles and theories to assignments, experience directing engineering research and design phases for projects, and experience with FEA and CFD. Floe offers competitive wages and a comprehensive benefits package. Starting wage based on previous experience and work history. McGregor is a small town located in beautiful northern Minnesota. If you enjoy fishing, the outdoors, hunting or simply relaxing and taking in the scenery of small town northern living, this is the place for you! Qualified candidates should submit their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: FLOE International, Inc. Attn: Human Resources 48473 State Highway 65 McGregor, MN 55760 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Fax: 218-426-4355
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Reimbursed Volunteer Positions Senior Corps is looking for volunteers 55+ to assist seniors throughout Pine County. Volunteers receive a tax-free stipend, mileage reimbursement & other benefits. Contact: Sarah Garramone 218.529.2280 or Sarah.Garramone@lssmn.org
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Elementary Special Education Paraprofessional - Temporary 6.75 hours per day Approximately 2/19/17 through the remainder of 2016-17. Covering for a child care leave.
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