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VOL. LXXVI-NO. 33

Mora 320-679-2661 Pine City 320-629-6771

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tivities, food vendors and a DUI simulator.

Rods and Rust Car Show and Swap Meet

Admission will be charged and all proceeds will support the Kanabec County Fair and Ag Society. For more information call Kalli at 320-6792100.

The Kanabec County Ag Society is sponsoring the event at the Kanabec County Fairgrounds from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event is open to the public and will include powertool races, kids’ ac-

Aug. 12 Joyful Sing-a-Long

The community is invited to sing along with friends and neighbors to celebrate favorite hymns at Mora United Methodist Church from 7 - 8 p.m. A freewill offering will be accepted and refreshments will be served. Also donations will be accepted for the Kanabec County food shelf. For more information call 679-4689.

Attention Substitute Teachers & Substitute Paraprofessionals Mora Schools Need You!!

Certified educators and/or people interested in substitute teaching (K12, ALC) and/or substituting as paraprofessionals in the Mora School District are invited to attend an informational meeting to be held in the Mora High School Cafeteria on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Substitutes interested in learning the basics of Smart Boards will have an optional training from 10:45-12:30. This will allow you to run lessons created by the homeroom teacher and give basic troubleshooting techniques that will help with the lesson flow. Future workshops may be available to build upon this initial training. The Minnesota Legislature, recognizing the shortage of teachers in out state, provides a procedure for people holding four-year college degrees (BA or higher) whereby they may apply for “Limited Licensure”. Completion of this procedure through the state department provides a person with the licensure necessary to serve as a short-call substitute teacher in Minnesota schools whether or not (s)he has a teaching degree. At the meeting Aug. 14th, you will receive information regarding District policies and procedures. All building principals will be on hand to respond to any questions or concerns you may have. We encourage all prospective substitute teachers and prospective substitute paraprofessionals to attend this informational meeting – don’t forget to bring along a copy of your current licenses or certificates! If you cannot attend the workshop, or have other concerns, please call the District Office, 679-6200, for information or assistance.

September 3rd

Labor Day

Due to the holiday,the deadlines for our papers will be:

Kanabec County Times & Pine City Pioneer September 6 issue: Classifieds, ads and news

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“Creating Democracy and Challenging Corporate Rule” A fiery speaker and passionate advocate, David is a legal scholar who will offer a program that is part history lesson and part heartfelt call to action. It’s a very interactive presentation followed by a lively and energizing Q&A that everyone who wants a real, working and vibrant democracy for “We the People...” will appreciate. Move to Amend is a broad, non-partisan coalition working to build a democracy where corporations are not people and money is not speech. Learn more at www.MovetoAmend.org. The Old School Arts Center (formerly Sandstone High School) is at 214 Eagle Drive. This forum is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30. For local questions, e-mail (preferred) lhilty@frontiernet.net or call Laurie at 320.233.6626.

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How Will the School Bond Election Affect You If You Are Retired/On Fixed Income? As a home owner you have to pay taxes, and if the taxes are increased, the cost of remaining in your home increases. Will you pay for your medicines or pay the new school taxes? How much will your costs increase? Here’s An Example: You own a home here in Mora. Let’s say it is valued at $150,000, homestead; You get $1,100 a month Social Security; you’re paying on a mortgage, say $650 per month, $100 for heat, electric bill $75, $90 water/sewer, car expenses $75, medicine $100, $200 food. If the school bond passes, you will have to pay an additional tax of $394 per year. That’s $33 a month. Businesses downtown will pay higher taxes. They will charge more for everything you buy. Does this eat up your Social Security check?

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Back to School

PLANNER FOR MORA • OGILVIE • PINE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Minnesota’s Current Immunization Requirements for School Enrollment MORA 2012/13 school year: Preschool Kndg - 6 years of age 7 years of age - grade 6 Grade 7 Grades 8 through 12

DTaP/Tdap 4 DTap 5 DTaP * 3 DTaP 3 Tdap*** 3 Tdap***

Polio 3 Polio 4 Polio * 3 Polio 3 Polio 3 Polio

MMR 1 MMR 2 MMR ** 1 MMR ** 2 MMR 2 MMR **

Hepatitis B 3 Hep B

Varicella 1 dose **** 2 doses ****

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* The 5th dose of DPT and the 4th dose of polio vaccine are not required if the previous dose was administered after the 4th birthday. ** The measles vaccine component must have been given on or after the student’s first birthday to be considered a valid dose. *** One dose of Tdap must be given on or after the 11th birthday, but no sooner that 5 years from the previous dose. **** Varicella vaccine requirement is waived if the student has a history of having had chicken pox disease. To waive the requirement parents must provide a signed written statement that identifies the year of the chicken pox disease. Effective Sept 1, 2010 documentation of chicken pox disease must be verified by a healthcare provider (MD, PA, NP) or parents can provide notarized statement of being opposed to vaccine due to belief that student had chicken pox. All students enrolled in the Mora Schools are required to have adequate immunization records on file by the first day of class. This includes incoming kindergarten students. Inadequate immunization records mean denied entrance into school.

Transfer students are given a 30-day grace period by MN law. After 30 days time, transfer students are excluded if immunization records are not adequate.

Immunizations can be obtained through the Mora Medical Center by calling 6791313 or Kanabec County Public Health Nursing by calling 679-6330, to arrange for more information or an appointment time. Please forward your student’s immunization records to the health office at school as soon as possible.

INADEQUATE IMMUNIZATION RECORDS WILL CAUSE DENIED ENTRANCE INTO SCHOOL.

SCHOOL OFFICES District Office .................................. 679-6200 Trailview ................. 679-6240 Community Education ext. 5580 ............... 679-6200 Alternative Program .................................. 679-6250 High School Office .................................. 679-6220 Fairview .................. 679-6260

2012-2013 MORA SCHOOLS STUDENT SUPPLIES The following is a list of supplies needed for students attending Fairview Elementary in 2012-13. Individual classroom teachers may notify you of specific classroom needs in addition to these supplies. Bolded brands are requested because of their quality.

Kindergarten Backpack (labeled w/student’s name and large enough to hold a 3-ring binder and other supplies) Tennis Shoes (must be worn for Phy Ed classes – the every day tennis shoes your child wears to school are sufficient) 2-Bottles of Elmer’s school glue (No Colored Glue/Gel) 2-Elmer’s glue sticks 1-Box of quart size Zip-Loc Baggies $4 for Classroom Projects 1-Box of gallon size Zip-Loc Baggies $2.25 for Art Sketchbook 1-Box of snack size Zip-Loc Baggies 1-Ream 20# Copy Paper 3-16 or 24 count boxes of Crayola Crayons Boys Bring- Paper Plates 1 Pk- Expo White Board Markers Girls Bring- Paper Lunch bags 1-Lg box of Kleenex 2 or 3- Canisters of Clorox or Lysol Disinfecting Wipes

Grade 1 Backpack (Labeled w/student’s name) $3.25 for My Dictionary Tennis Shoes (For Phy Ed) 1- Ream 20# Copy Paper

1- Box of 24 Crayola Crayons 1- Fiskar’s Student Scissor 1- Crayola Watercolor Set 1- Highlighter Marker 2- Wide Lined Spiral Notebooks 1- Lg Rubber Eraser 1- Small Plastic School Supply Box 4- Folders w/2 pockets 4- Broad Tip Whiteboard Markers (Black) 1- Lg box of Kleenex 20- Dixon Ticonderoga #2 Pencils 1- Bottle of Elmer’s white glue 1- Box of Zip-Loc gallon size Baggies 2- Elmer’s glue sticks 1- Box of Zip-Loc quart or sandwich size Baggies 1- Canister of Clorox or Lysol disinfecting wipes

Grade 2 Backpack (Labeled w/student’s name) Tennis Shoes (For Phy Ed) 1- Ream 20# copy paper 1- Box of 24 Crayola Crayons 1- Fiskar’s Student Scissor 1- Crayola Watercolor Set 1- Highlighter Marker 2- Wide Lined Spiral Notebooks 1- Lg Rubber Eraser 1- Small plastic School Supply Box 4- Folders w/2 pockets 4- Broad Tip Whiteboard Markers (Black) 1- Lg box of Kleenex to share 20- Dixon Ticonderoga #2 Pencils 1- Bottle of Elmer’s white glue 1- Box of Zip-Loc gallon size Baggies 2- Elmer’s glue sticks 1- Box of Zip-Loc quart or sandwich size Baggies

1- Canister of Clorox or Lysol disinfecting wipes

Grade 3 6 - 2 pocket folders (3 plain colored) 3 - spiral notebooks (wide lined)* (NO Trapper Keepers) 1 doz. - #2 pencils** (NO mechanical) 1 - large rubber eraser 1 pkg. - pencil cap erasers 1 - Fiskars student scissors (pointed) 1 box - colored pencils 1 box - crayons (24 or 36) 1 - highlighter 1 bottle - glue (large) & 1 glue stick 2 boxes - Kleenex (large) 1 pkg. - lined filler paper (wide) 1 - pencil sharpener (small & sturdy) 1 - small plastic school supply box 3 - dry erase markers (dark colored & fine tip) 1 - backpack (no wheels & labeled w/ name) 1 pair - tennis shoes for gym (no black marks) $3.00 activity fee 1 box sandwich size Zip-loc bags

Grade 4 7 - 2 pocket folders 5 - spiral notebooks* (NO Trapper Keepers) 10 - #2 pencils** (NO mechanical) 1 - large eraser 1 pkg. - pencil cap erasers 1 - Fiskars student scissors (pointed) 1 box colored pencils 1 box - crayons 1 bottle - glue or 6 glue sticks

2 boxes - Kleenex (large) 1 - ruler (must have both inches & centimeters) 1 pair - tennis shoes for gym (no black marks) 1 - backpack (no wheels & labeled w/ name) 1 pkg. - lined paper (wide lined) 1 box sandwich size Zip-loc bags 1 - 1/2 inch, 3 ring notebook binder

Grade 5 2 - 2 pocket folders 4 - spiral notebooks 12+ - #2 pencils** (NO mechanical) 1 - eraser 1 - student scissors 1 box - colored pencils or crayons 1 bottle - glue 3 glue sticks 2 boxes - Kleenex (large) 1 - ruler (must have both inches & centimeters) 1 pair - tennis shoes for gym (no black marks) 2 - highlighters 1 roll - Scotch tape 1 - basic calculator (required) 1 - backpack (no wheels & labeled w/ name) 2 - 5 pocket letter files w/cover 1 box markers 1 pencil sharpener

Grade 6 8 - 2 pocket folders 6 - spiral notebooks 6 - #2 pencils** (NO mechanical) 1 - eraser

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Transportation .................................. 679-6255 School Closing Transportation Hot Line .................................. 679-6217 Preschool 4-Year-Old Program .................................. 679-6252 ECFE & Preschool 3-Year-Old Program .................. 679-6257

1 - Fiskars student scissors (pointed) 1 box - colored pencils or crayons 1 bottle - glue or 3 glue sticks 2 boxes - Kleenex (large) 1 - ruler (must have both inches & centimeters) 1 pair - tennis shoes for gym (no black marks) 2 - highlighters 1 roll - Scotch tape 1 - basic calculator (required) 1 - backpack (no wheels & labeled w/ name)

High School 10 - notebooks 10 - folders Pens Pencils Teachers will inform students of any other specific supplies after classes begin ** The Art Sketchbook is purchased in Kindergarten and kept for 1 and 2 Grade *** My Dictionary is purchased in grade 1 and used through grades 1, 2 and 3. New students will be required to purchase My Dictionary and the Art Sketchbook upon entry.

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Back to School PLANNER FOR MORA • OGILVIE • PINE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTS

LATCHKEY PROGRAM Preschool Programs In the Latchkey program we provide a home-like, instructional atmosphere where the focus is placed on the needs of the child grades K-6. Children have the opportunity to choose from a variety of activities, including sports, arts and crafts, puzzles, games and movies. Quiet areas are also available for homework and reading. Hours: Before school, 6:30 a.m. until school starts. After school, from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. Location: Morning and afternoon Latchkey will be held at the Fairview Elementary School. Students in grades 3-6 will be transported by bus each day in the morning from Fairview Elementary to Trailview and again after school from Trailview to Fairview Elementary. Registration: Fill out a latchkey registration form if you would like your child to participate in the Latchkey program. Fees $2.75/hr. per child. A late fee of $2.75 per every 15 minutes will be charged for any family picking up their children after 6 p.m. If you attend Latchkey on a regular basis, you may pay each Friday. If you attend only occasionally, please pay at the end of that day. School Closings: 1. When school is cancelled, there will be no morning or afternoon Latchkey. 2. On regularly scheduled “Late Start Days” morning Latchkey will be available from 6:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. = Oct. 4, Nov. 8, Dec. 6. Feb. 9, March 7, May 2. 3. On unscheduled late start days (days not designated as late start days on the district calendar), there will be no morning Latchkey. 4. In the event Mora Public Schools closes early, there will be no afternoon Latchkey. It is the responsibility of the parent to have other arrangements on file in the elementary school office for your child/children when Latchkey is cancelled due to an early closing. Latchkey observes Mora Public Schools emergency closings as announced on the following radio stations: WCCO Radio 830 AM, WCMP 92.1 FM or KBEK 95.5 FM. If you have any questions, please contact Fairview School at 320-679-6260.

MORA OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29

for 2013-2014 Mora Preschool Program provides developmentally appropriate experiences that promote the social, emotional, cognitive and creative development of each child in the program. We believe that children learn best through play-based activities that follow along with our Houghton Mifflin Curriculum. Preschool Options for children who are 3 by Sept. 1, 2013: • Tuesday/Thursday AM 8:30-11:00 • Tuesday PM 12:00-2:30 Preschool Options for children who are 4 by Sept. 1, 2013: • Mon/Wed/Fri AM 8:30-11:00 • Mon/Wed/Fri PM 12:00-2:30 • Mon/Wed PM 12:00-2:30 • Tuesday/Thursday AM 8:30-11:00 • Tuesday/Thursday PM 12:00-2:30 The Preschool Program is located in the Fairview Elementary School. All transportation to and from the program is the responsibility of the parents and/or guardian. We do offer financial aid for our programs; additional forms need to be filled out and can be turned in to the Early Childhood office. If you have questions about attending preschool, please contact Carrie Sell at 320-679-6257 or find us on the Mora School website.

Fairview (Gr. K-2) and Trailview (Gr. 3-6) 4-6 P.M. High School (Gr. 7-12) 4-8 P.M. All gr. 7-12 students & parents are invited! Student Portraits taken – Small Gym - 3:00 – 4:00 – 7th graders who stop before Orientation - 4:00 – 8:00 – Grade 8-12 - 5:45 – 8:00 – Remaining 7th graders 7th Grade Orientation - 4:00 – 4:30 – Auditorium - 4:35 – 5:45 – Mock School Day Tour • Meet your Teachers • Try your Locker • Register for a chance to win a door prize if you get your picture taken at Open House • Parents – Obtain access to online parent portal if you haven’t already done so. • Please bring photo ID to tech staff in room 238. • 11th & 12th Grade Open Lunch Sign Up • Senior Privilege Sign Up

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PLANNER FOR MORA • OGILVIE • PINE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTS MORA SCHOOL DISTRICT 332 SCHOOL CALENDAR - 2012-2013 August 21-23 August 28-30 August 29 September 3 September 4 October 4 October 15 October 15-16 October 18-19 November 2 November 5 November 8 November 22-23 December 6 December 10 Dec. 24-31 January 1 January 2 January 17 January 18 January 21 February 7 February 18 February 19 February 19 & 21 March 7 March 27 March 28 March 29- April 1 April 29 May 2 May 27 May 30 May 31 June 2 June 3, 4

New Teacher Workshop Teacher Workshop Open House, FV & TV 4-6 p.m., HS 4-7:30 p.m. Labor Day - NO SCHOOL First Day of Classes Late Start - School begins at 10 a.m. P/T Conferences HS 4-7:30 p.m. P/T Conferences - TV and FV evenings Ed MN Pro Conference - NO SCHOOL End of First Quarter Teacher Workday - NO SCHOOL Late Start - School begins at 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Vacation - NO SCHOOL Late Start - School begins at 10 a.m. P/T Conferences HS 4-7:30 p.m. Winter Vacation - NO SCHOOL New Years’ Day - NO SCHOOL Classes Resume End of Second Quarter Teacher Workday - NO SCHOOL MLK Day - Teacher Inservice - NO SCHOOL Late Start - School begins at 10 a.m. President’s Day - NO SCHOOL P/T Conferences HS 4-7:30 p.m. P/T Conferences - TV and FV evenings Late Start - School begins at 10 a.m. End of third Quarter (43 days) Teacher Workday - NO SCHOOL Spring Vacation - NO SCHOOL P/T Conferences HS 4-7:30 p.m. Late Start - School begins at 10 a.m. Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL End of Fourth Quarter LAST DAY OF SCHOOL Teacher Workday Commencement Exercises at 2 p.m. Conference Comp Day - NO SCHOOL

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EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING •

Preschool screening is a REQUIREMENT for kindergarten enrollment. Mora Schools is pleased to be working with: Kanabec County Public Health Nursing Services, Early Childhood Teachers, and our dedicated screening volunteers, to offer parents a comprehensive screening program. The screening program includes the following assessments: • • • • • • • •

Height and Weight Hearing and vision screening Speech and Language screening Developmental screening Review of community resources Social-emotional screening Reviewing of immunizations and health history Family factors inventory

Summary Interview

All children residing in the Mora School District are eligible to participate in the screening. This screening is provided to families in our district at no charge to the family. Families do have the option of obtaining comparable developmental screening through other sources (such as Head Start, public health nursing agencies or other school districts), but costs incurred are then the family’s responsibility. Families can also waive the required developmental screening by providing the district with a signed statement identifying that they are conscientiously opposed to having their child participate in the screening. Parents are contacted by the school regarding the availability of preschool screening. If your child is 4-years of age

or older and you have not been contacted please call Carrie or Vicki at 320-679-6257 to schedule your child’s screening. If you have questions regarding the screening program, please call the screening coordinator, Carrie Sell 320-679-6257

Screening Dates for the 2012-2013 School Year: September 24 October 24 November 15 December 12 January 16 February 12 March 14 April 10

MORA BUS DRIVERS ROUTE DRIVER

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2 Greg Nelson ..................................................... 612-390-8210 3 Ralph Voge .............................................................. 679-4308 4 Dave Rodenborg ..................................................... 679-4726 5 Carrie Sanders ...................................................763-245-4699 6 Gayle/Dean Stassen ...................................... 320-310-1701/ .................................................................................320-310-1702 7 Bill Hallstrom ......................................................... 679-7009 8 Mia Besemann ...................................................320-592-0070 9 Julie Sperling ......................................................651-295-4591 10 John Rodenborg ............................................ 320-385-0484 11 Jerry Nelson .............................................................679-2703 12 Dan Lilienthal ....................................................... 679-2121 13 Vern Rodenborg ..............................................612-390-0435 15 Darnell Collins ..................................................... 679-3312 16 Deb Andrews ..................................................763-244-0199 17 Don Semelhack................................................320-237-7628 18 James Simpson ............................................... 612-390-3656 21 Ashley Haugen .............................................. 763-219-0641 22 Robin Olson .....................................................320-225-0177

School Supplies Folders, Notebooks, Pens, Pencils, Crayons, Scissors & More!

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Health & Beauty Products Snacks & Groceries New Merchandise Arrives Weekly “You won’t believe what you will save!” One Block East on Hwy. 23 Mora, MN

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2012-13 Pine City Schools Student Supply List Kindergarten: Small snap-type pencil box (no handles), 3 boxes of Crayola 24 crayons, 1 box of Crayola colored pencils, 1 box of crayola markers, 1 large pink eraser, 4 No. 2 pencils, 6 large glue sticks, paint shirt, box of tissues, and tote bag clearly labeled with the child’s name.

Grade One: Box of five sharpened pencils, box of 24 crayons, backpack, snap-type school box, four large glue sticks, a large pink eraser, Fiskars scissors, foru white board markers, large box of tissues, and enough extras to replenish their supplies throughout the

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year. Please label items with child’s name. Grade Two: Tote bag, two` pocket folders, one plastic folder, two large glue sticks, two snap-type school boxes, two wide-lined notebooks, markers, box of 24 crayons, two packs of No. 2 pencils (sharpened), eraser, colored pencils, pencil sharpener with a cover, scissors and two boxes of tissues. NO TRAPPER KEEPERS OR PUMPER/ MECHANICAL PENCILS. Please label supplies with child’s name.

Kids’ Hair Cuts $11 Ages up thru Grade 12 • Good thru Aug. 31, 2012 $

Tanning only 3 $ 5 off Hair Color

320-629-9951 Hair Cuts / Styles / Perms / Straightener / Waxes / Tanning

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Dance, Gymnastics, Pilates AGES 18 MONTHS & UP (BOYS, GIRLS & ADULTS)

Grade Three: Pencils, crayons, dry erase markers, colored pencils, erasers, scissors, glue or glue stick, three folders, wide-lined loose leaf paper, pencil box, back pack, large box of tissues to share. Please replace items throughout the year. Grade Four: Four pocket folders, four notebooks with wide lined paper, pencils, erasers, scissors, crayons, colored pencils, white glue, glue sticks, paint shirt, box of tissues, and tote bag. NO TRAPPER KEEPERS OR PUMPER/MECHANICAL PENCILS.

Grade Five: Six pocket folders, two notebooks, markers, or colored pencils, pencils, pack of loose leaf paper, scissors, red correcting pen, glue stick or glue bottle, highlighter, ruler with inches and centimeters, small dictionary, calculator and one large box of tissues. NO TRAPPER KEEPERS OR PUMPER/ MECHANICAL PENCILS.

Grade Six: Four pocket folders, planner or small notebook, calculator, five spiral notebooks, pencils,

red pen, highlighter, colored pencils or crayons, scissors, large box of tissues. NO TRAPPER KEEPERS.

EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSING INFORMATION IS ON OUR WEBSITE:

www.pine city.k12. mn.us

Back-To-School Special $

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Dr. Dylan Ascheman D.D.S NEW PATIENTS WELCOME! Providing a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere with personalized care.

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One block west of Main St. on corner of 4th Ave. & 7th St.

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EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSING NUMBER 629-4102

Most Insurance/Credit Cards Accepted!

St. Mary’s Catholic School Pine City, MN Register for 2012-2013 school year St. Mary’s...

Join us for a Season of Disney Shows!

Open House Registration THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 • 4-8 P.M. AT… 104 SOUTH UNION STREET, MORA

(STUDIO LOCATED IN THE BACK OF RE/MAX, NORTH SIDE DOOR)

320-679-3665 Educating students for over 26 years with a caring staff of certified experienced college graduate instructors.

• A Catholic school - God centered • Accredited preschool & elementary school thru MNSAA. An accrediting agency recognized by the State of Minnesota. MNSAA is also a member of the National Federation of Nonpublic-School State Accrediting Association (NFNSSA) • Preschool Licensed by State of Minnesota Preschool - M, W, F mornings • T, TH all day • M, W all day • Kindergarten All day every day • First thru sixth grade • Teachers with BA/MA degrees and licensed thru the State of Minnesota • Current and integrated curriculum • Family focused and parental involvement

Offering Extended Day Programs which are open to the public For information, tour of the school and interview, contact the school office at 320-629-3953. Ask for Deanna Jahnz, Principal or Heather Guzik, Secretary.


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PLANNER FOR MORA • OGILVIE • PINE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Pine City School School Calendar

Pine City Schools Telephone Directory Community Ed/Early Childhood Secretary - (registration) Drivers Ed DISTRICT OFFICE General Number Business Manager Curriculum Director Superintendent Administrative Assistant ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Attendance Report school absences please. Unique Learners Coordinator (Title I, Gifted & Talented) Principal’s Office

Nurse’s Office

629-4040 - Joan Thieman, Secretary 629-2032 - Beth Ploub & Bruce Westerman 629-4043 - Becky Maki, Director 629-4030 - Carol Lightfoot,

Counselors’ Office 629-4112 - Connie Blazek (registration) 629-4000 629-4023 - Jill Nolan 629-4012 - Candice Ames 629-4011 - Wayne Gilman 629-4010 - Deb Wagner

Food Service Nurse’s Office Principal’s Office

629-4213 - Coleen Peterson 629-4244 - Joanne Blake 629-4212 - Gloria Hoffman, Secretary 629-4210 - David Arola, Principal 629-4211 - Stephanie Lorsung, Assistant Principal 629-4214 - Glenda Christianson

You are invited! What: A newly formed support group for grandparents raising grandchildren and kinship caregivers raising relatives’ children. When: The 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Where: Pine City Elementary School Commu-

JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Activities Director Athletic Activities Attendance Report school absences please.

nity Education Room #110. Please enter Door #5 by Dragonwood Playground. Childcare provided at NO COST! Please call (320) 629-4030 to make a reservation for childcare or for more information.

ST. MARY’S SCHOOL

629-4114 - Bill Christianson 629-4102 (voice mail message) 629-4113 - Terrie Schoeberl, Secretary 629-4120 - Roxanne Soderbeck, Secretary 629-4121 - Brooke Siewert, Junior High Counselor 629-4123 - Kim Brubaken, Senior High Counselor 629-4167 - Darlene Smetana 629-4116 - Glenda Christianson 629-4112 - Connie Blazek, Secretary 629-4112 - Troy Anderson, Principal 629-4117 - Paul Jackson, Director of Technology, Learning & Instruction 629-4118 - Beth Landgraf, Assistant Principal 629-3953 - Deanna Jahnz, Principal

Pine City Welcomes Mr. Wayne Gilman As Superintendent Mr. Gilman replaces outgoing Superintendent Dennis Fischer, who resigned to take a position in Wyoming. Mr. Gilman comes to Pine City after serving six years as the Superintendent of Crookston. Prior to coming to Crookston, Mr. Gilman had five years of prior experience as a superintendent.

Mr. Gilman’s career also includes experience as a principal, middle school teacher, and elementary teacher. Welcome Mr. Gilman!

Minnesota’s No Child Left Behind Waiver Proposal Explained of Education to partner with school districts, teachers and parents on research-based local solutions with schools that are identified as most in need of additional help.

The new accountability system Minnesota proposes in its waiver will provide a better,

GOAL

fairer way to measure how our schools are doing. Even more important, it will allow the Minnesota Department

Four Measures of School Performance

Reduce the achievement gap by 50 percent in six (6) years

• Did the school meet its

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target for Adequate Yearly Progress? • Did each student grow and by how much? • Did all subgroups grow and how fast was that growth? • Did graduation rates improve for all students? Three School Designations Reward Schools. Top 15 percent of schools on the four performance measures. Reward Schools will be publicly recognized for their great work. Priority Schools. Bottom 5 percent of schools on the four measures. These schools will

work directly with the state to develop and implement a turnaround plan that will dramatically change the way the school operates. Focus Schools. Ten percent of schools with greatest contribution to state gaps. Focus schools will work with their districts, utilizing technical assistance from MDE, to develop and implement an improvement plan that will directly address the specific needs of lowperforming student subgroups. For more information, visit www.education.state.mn.us

MORA, MN

Complimentary Athletic Mouth Guards Offered to Current Student Patients

◆ State-of-the-Art Equipment ◆ 24/7 Access for Members ◆ Tanning (24/7 for Club Members) ◆ Friendly Inviting Atmosphere

JOHN & PAM HAASE, OWNERS

Location: 901 Forest Ave East, Mora (off of east Hwy 23) 320-679-6970 Staffed at 10 a.m. Monday - Saturday

Please visit www.anytimefitness.com for more information on clubs and locations.

OAK PARK DENTAL CLINIC

Jon E. Cruz, D.D.S.

Strengthening our community’s health.

320-629-2282

Robert Cheney, D.D.S.

505 Johnson Avenue SE, Pine City, MN 55063

www.oakparkdentalclinic.com

◆ Personal Trainers Available ◆ SilverSneakers ◆ Many HMOs ◆ Class Room

Paul’s Auction Service We can sell it all!! Paul Strunge Auctioneer

- Real Estate - Personal property

320-679-3377

Call now! 612-390-0535 • Email: paul@ncis.com www.midwestauctions.com (click on Paul’s Auction Service)

New Teacher Workshop Teacher In-service Teacher In-service Teacher In-service Open House 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Thurs. Aug. 30 Teacher In-service Mon. Sept. 3 Labor Day Tues. Sept. 4 First Day of School Thurs. Oct. 18 Edu. MN Conferences- No Classes Fri. Oct. 19 Edu. MN Conferences- No Classes Fri. Nov. 2 End of First Quarter Mon. Nov. 5 Teacher Workshop - No Classes Tues. Nov. 13 Conferences 4:30-8:00 p.m. Thurs. Nov. 15 Conferences 4:30-8:00 p.m. Fri. Nov. 16 No Classes Thurs. Nov. 22 Thanksgiving Vacation - No Classes Fri. Nov. 23 Thanksgiving Vacation - No Classes Mon. Dec. 24 First day of Christmas break No Classes Wed. Jan. 2 Classes Resume Fri. Jan. 18 End of Second Quarter Mon. Jan. 21 MLK Day - Teacher In-service - No Classes Mon. Feb. 18 Presidents’ Day - No Classes Fri. Mar. 22 End of Third Quarter Mon. Mar. 25 Teacher In-service - No Classes Tues.-Fri, Mar. 26-28 Spring Break - No Classes Fri. Mar. 29 Good Friday - No Classes Sun. May 26 Graduation @ 2:00 p.m. Mon. May 27 Memorial Day - No Classes Fri. May 31 Last Day of Classes Mon. June 3 Teacher In-service Clip & Save - Clip & Save - Clip & Save

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Preschool has openings for the following classes: Kindergarten Readiness ages 4 or 5 M-W-F 8:30–11am or 12–2:30pm Preschool Exploration ages 3 or 4 Tues/Thurs 8:30–11am

Please sign up today! Contact Pastor Vicki or Lisa Schultz at 320-629-2985

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Thurs. Aug. 23 Mon. Aug. 27 Tues. Aug. 28 Wed., Aug. 29

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PLANNER FOR MORA • OGILVIE • PINE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Ogilvie Elementary Student School Supplies Keepers”, “Deluxe Art Kits” or 3-ring binders.

PRESCHOOL 3-YEAR- Preschool Extra/Wish List Items If You Choose OLD: Backpack large enough to hold paper & projects (no wheels) 1 box of Dixie cups (5 oz.) 1 pkg of glue sticks 1 box of fine line washable markers (any color) 1 box of gallon-sized Ziploc bags 1 two-pocket folder (labeled with name) 1 wide-ruled notebook (labeled with name) 1 change of clothes (labeled, to be kept in locker) *See list below Preschool 4-Year-Old

Dry erase markers (Expo brand works best) Wet wipes (for students to use after a messy snack or project) Paper plates (small and large size – no Styrofoam please) Play dough (all colors) Child safe dobber paints Craft feathers Cottonballs (small and large size) Large craft sticks

FIRST GRADE: 4 Expo white board markers 2 Containers of disinfectant wipes 1 School bag (no wheels) 4 Wide-ruled spiral notebook 2 Large erasers 1 Scissors (Good brand for easy cutting) 2 Post-It pads 12-25 Number 2 lead pencils 2 Tennis shoes for physical education 1 Box of facial tissue 4 Folders (heavy duty) for sending papers back & forth from school 1 Crayons (box of 24) 1 Highlighter 1 Personal pencil sharpener with cover 1 4 oz. bottle of white glue 1 School box for supplies 1 Paint Shirt Please mark all supplies with your child’s name. Please, no large “Trapper Keepers”, “Deluxe Art Kits” or 3-ring binders.

PRESCHOOL 4-YEAR- KINDERGARTEN: OLD: 1 Box of facial tissue Backpack large enough to hold paper & projects (no wheels) 1 box of Dixie cups (5 oz.) 1 pkg of glue sticks 1 wide-rule notebook (labeled with name) 1 three ring binder (labeled with name) 1 two-pocket folder (labeled with name) 1 pkg of brown or white lunch bags Resting towel (T/TH class only) 1 change of clothes (labeled, to be kept in locker)

1 4 oz. bottle of white glue Elmer’s 1 School bag (no wheels) 1 Pair of tennis shoes for physical education (nonmarking) 1 Box of 24 crayons 1 Large towel for rest time (No Mats) 2 Expo white board markers 2 Container of disinfectant wipes 1 Folder (DURABLE) for sending papers back and forth from school. Please, no large “Trapper

SECOND GRADE: 4 wide-ruled spiral notebooks 1 scissors (good brand for easy cutting) 1 paint shirt (men’s shortsleeved button down)

1 tennis shoes for physical education 4 folders (heavy duty for sending papers back and forth) 1 crayons (box of 24) 4 expo white board markers 1 school bag (without wheels) 2 large erasers 12-24 number 2 pencils 1 box of facial tissues 2 container of disinfectant wipes 1 highlighter 2 Post-It pads 1 School box for supplies (Drost only) 1 4 oz. bottle of white glue (Drost only) 1 1 personal pencil sharpener with cover (Drost only)

THIRD GRADE: 20 #2 Pencils Pencil top erasers Pocket folders 1. 1 Red 2. 1 Green 3. 1 Yellow 4. 1 Blue 5. 1 Purple Glue stick 4 notebooks Tissue Box Colored Pencils Paint Shirt Highlighter 2 container of antiseptic wipes 2 expo whiteboard markers

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School Closings

1st Mid-Quarter: October 5 Parent/Teacher Conferences : Tuesday - November 20: 4:00-8:00 p.m. and Wednesday - November 21: 8:00-Noon

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Parent/Teacher Conferences : Thursday - February 14th: 4:00-8:00 and Friday - February 15th: 8:00-Noon

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Thursday, March 28 - Early Dismissal for students - 1/2 day Workday for staff (end of the quarter) 4th Mid-Quarter: April 30

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When school is closed because of snow, bad weather or emergencies, it will be announced on WCCO (830AM), WCMP (100.9FM) and KBEK (95.5FM) radio stations from 6-8 a.m. Late starts and early dismissals will be announced on these radio stations as well. You may also check the canceled school listings on local television stations. If school is canceled at any time, there will be no Community Education or Activities that day.

3rd Mid-Quarter: February 27

Graduation - May 31st

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School In Session

Ogilvie School District #333 has received notification from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) that the request to continue operation of a 4-Day School Week under the Flexible Learning Year Program has been approved for the 2012-13 school year. Thank you to all parents, students, staff and community members who shared the positives, either through surveys, interviews or attending public meetings. Your input provided the support necessary to continue this program structure in our Ogilvie community. Thank you! ~Kathy Belsheim

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Staff Development Day (8 hours), No School For Students

Haircut Shear s $ 1 0 Wisdom

Staff Development Day (5 hours), No School For Students Staff Development Meetings (PLC) 7:00 am to 7:45 am Mid-Quarter End of Term

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6 single subject notebooks 1 notebook with graph paper 1 1/2” binder for science to be used for student work portfolio 1 scientific calculator MUST HAVE 6 Pencils #2 lead – replace as needed

Wednesday, August 29 will be Open House.

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Parent/Teacher Conferences (8 hours), No School for Students

FIFTH & SIXTH GRADE: REQUIRED

Floating 8 hours staff time in August.

Last Day of School for Students - May 30

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#2 pencils Pencil top erasers 4 pocket folders (red, green, yellow, blue) Glue stick 4 notebooks (matching the pocket folder colors if possible) Tissue box Colored Pencils Paint Shirt Highlighter 3 expo whiteboard markers 3 packets of 3x3 post-it notes Scissors Metric/Standard ruler Protractor Supply box Calculator

1 set colored pencils MUST HAVE – replace as needed 1 scissors 2 glue sticks 6 two pocket folders 2 black fine line markers – replace as needed 1 ruler that has both metric and standard measurements 1 box Kleenex Erasers – 1 large and pencil tops Tennis shoes for physical education 1 container disinfectant wipes Deodorant – NO sprays No crayons No permanent markers No erasable pens No other 3 ring binders, trapper keepers, or deluxe art kits No school boxes – zipper pouches are okay

Ogilvie Public Schools “Back-to-School” Open House

1Q - 39 Days 2Q - 37 Days 1st Sem - 76 Days 3Q - 36 Days 4Q - 35 Days 2nd Sem - 71 Days

2nd Mid-Quarter: December 14

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FOURTH GRADE:

Tuesday, August 28 will be a workday with no meetings scheduled.

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1 packet of 3x3 post-it notes 1 Scissors 1 Protractor 1 Pencil Box/Container Please do not bring 3-ring binders or “Trapper-Keeper” folders.

Amy Schifsky

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Farmers’ Market

IN THE

Park

LOCAL, FRESH & FRIENDLY

NOW THRU OCTOBER

Friday & Saturday 11 am-1 pm Downtown Pine City in Robinson Park

Deals on Cars

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ATTENTION SUBSTITUTES CERTIFIED TEACHERS AND PARAS OGILVIE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEED YOU FOR THE 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR There will be a meeting of all current and prospective substitutes for Ogilvie Public Schools on August 22, 2012. The meeting will be from 1:00 to 2:30 PM in the Media Center at the school. This will be a paid meeting for those in attendance. For certified subs please bring a copy of your current teaching license, driver’s license and Social Security card with you. Para subs must have a 2-year degree or have passed the para pro test. Please bring your documentation for your para pro test, driver’s license and Social Security card. If you cannot attend this meeting, stop in the elementary or high school office to add your name to our sub list. If you have any questions please call 320-272-5000 or 320-272-5050.

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Eight Reasons to

VOTE YES on August 14th 1. Life is about education. It must be a life-long commitment. Our kids are significantly behind in technology and science. Our graduates are using actual science labs for the first time after they leave MHS. Don’t the Mora students deserve better? 2. Some have said that we should go back and look at the plan again. That’s what the school board and community leaders have done. For a year, they have carefully assessed the needs in our schools. Waiting another year means we will find a few more problems, we will have another year of inflation, and interest rates might start to rise. Waiting a year means the plan will be more expensive for taxpayers. 3. The tax impact to ISD is $48 million, not $62.9 million as the State of Minnesota will pay 52% over $30 million (approximately 25% of total cost). Yes, we’re also the State but why not have others in the State pick up part of this tab. ISD residents have been helping pay for many, many new schools over the years (look at the neighboring towns). 4. Estimated cost of repairs will be approximately $38 million over the next 20 years for health, safety, energy efficiency, security and educational adequacy. For roughly $10 million more we can have a new efficient single complex facility. The problems we face with the aging infrastructure are not going to go away. 5. The High School and Fairview have more than served their purpose. It’s time to update our facilities into the 21st Century and provide a 21st Century education. 6. A NO vote does mean that your taxes will not increase immediately. BUT it does mean that in a few months, a year… sometime in the near future… they will increase because of major repairs AND the $’s for those repairs will all be on the backs of the voters of ISD #332. 7. When people say: This is not a good time to raise taxes. It begs the question, When IS a good time to raise taxes? (Correct answer: never.) With that mindset, no community would ever build anything, no matter how necessary. 8. Great schools matter. When someone is looking for a place where they can start a business and raise a family, they ask about the quality of schools. Fairview and the High School are older than most other schools in our region, and the buildings no longer meet the state’s standards for educational quality.

What Your Vote for the School Really Means Voting NO will NOT keep your taxes at their current rate. By voting NO you are voting to put money into buildings that are outdated, unhealthy, and unsafe. Voting YES means healthy facilities, enhanced technology, up-to-date science labs and safer schools.

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POOL & DART LEAGUE

Aug. 11

Geronimo’s Bike Run @ 2pm Alan Phillips

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AUGUST 10 - 16

Starting September! Stop in & Sign Up! Stop in & Say “Hi” to our New Asst. Mgr Heather!

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On July 24, the school board and I held our sixth public meeting to hear from residents about the district’s long-range facilities plan. Thank you to the hundreds of people who have attended the meetings. We heard from strong supporters of the plan, strong opponents and people who just wanted to hear more about the whats and the whys.

August. We need to hear from voters whether $2.45 per month, and three more years of payments, is a fair price for building new instead of just repairing our current schools.

As I think about the questions I have heard, many people are trying to understand the math behind the decision-making. I can sympathize with them. It can be hard to grasp so many numbers when making the comparison of different options for investing in our schools. This column will explain how the school board looked at the financial questions when deciding which plan to present to voters for approval.

In recent days, another idea has been suggested -- just pay as we go by spending two or three million dollars each year to eventually catch up with the $38 million in projects.

Local taxpayers will not pay the entire cost of the $62.9 million project. Because of a state program to help taxpayers in poorer districts pay for school construction, 52 percent of the tax impact of the plan after the first $30 million of construction costs will be paid for by the state. This reduces the real cost to local taxpayers to $45.9 million, which is the best figure to use for an apples-to-apples comparison of the cost of a Trailview single campus plan. This means the Trailview plan has two significant financial advantages over other options: (1) The state is assuming 25 percent of the local tax impact, and (2) The interest rate on the bonds will be lower than the expected construction inflation over the next 20 years. Some people at the public meetings have suggested that we should remodel and repair Fairview and the high school in phases. The independent assessment of our schools identified $38 million of projects that need to be addressed over the next 20 years, with $24 million falling into the “most urgent” category. So the school board looked closely at a $38 million remodel and repair plan, implemented in two ten-year phases.

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Unfortunately, school finance isn’t that simple. The state of Minnesota sends Mora Public Schools less than $500,000 each year for deferred maintenance projects. If we Superintendent Craig want to spend a few million every year Schultz on repairs, we have two choices. The Photo by Digital Hotshots first choice is to pull the money out of the classroom by reducing teachers or programs. A million dollars goes a long way at Mora Public Schools -taking that kind of money out of the classroom would greatly change education for a lot of students. The second choice would be to levy that money every year from the property owners of the school district. However, the cost of tomorrow’s repairs would go up due to construction inflation, so each year we would levy even more money just to keep up. At the end of 20 years, 2032, all of the needs identified in 2012 would be addressed. However, we would have 20 more years of issues that accumulated in our aging schools, because all of our maintenance money will have been used to repair, not prevent. This financial picture is why school districts bond for construction projects, rather than paying year-to-year. When interest rates are low, taxpayers can avoid the impact of construction inflation by paying for the entire project at once. This also frees the state’s maintenance money for preventing future problems.

The results of this analysis were startling. Once you include the inflation that occurs as we delay some of this work for 10 years, the cost of the repair and remodel plan was very similar to the cost of the plan we selected. In the repair/remodel plan, the owner of a $125,000 home would pay about $23.42 more per month for 20 years. The Trailview plan will cost that same homeowner $25.87 per month for 23 years.

After spending the last year in meetings with students, teachers, parents and community members, I think most people seem to believe that we need to do something with Fairview and the high school. The big question has been which plan to choose. After looking at the data on education, health, safety and finances, the school board felt that the Trailview Campus plan made the most sense.

That was the difference -- $2.45 a month for three more years. Now, if the state buy-down didn’t exist and interest rates weren’t so low, the repair/remodel plan would look far cheaper than the Trailview campus plan. But compared to a $45.9 million price tag, the cost of repairing and remodeling is very close to the cost of building new.

I hope this explains the school board’s decision about which referendum to present to voters. I want to remind all residents that it is your decision on Aug. 14. The school board did its job by selecting a facilities plan, and now it’s time for you to make your decision.

After looking at this data, the school board felt strongly that voters should have the chance to vote on the Trailview campus proposal in

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OGILVIE CORN ON THE CURB The annual Ogilive Corn on the Curb event is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 24 in downtown Ogilvie from 4 - 7:30 p.m. Mark the date to join the fun.

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MORA CLASS OF 1982 The Mora Class of 1982 will have its 30th class reunion on Saturday, Aug. 11 at the Mora Country Club for a Golf & Gab followed by a dinner at the Crystal Bar & Grill from 6 - 8 p.m. Call ahead to reserve a tee time or meet on the deck for Gab Time and enjoy a cool beverage. The meal at the Crystal will be “order off the menu” followed by music - DJ Jake Rude will be playing 80s music. E-mail Diane (Nelson) Douglas to confirm attendance in order to get a count to plan staff needed. THANK YOU This past week I was lucky to be involved in an effort to help out the Ron Cox family. An idea for a tribute upon a demo car by Nick Johnson snowballed into an effort by many people to show the Cox family how much Ron will be missed. People I wish to make note of are those of: Colors by Craig, Doenz Excavating and Bob Neubauer and the belt-gang. I would also like to thank all the demo drivers who displayed the number “2” on their vehicles. I know there are many others I may have forgotten but let me say to everyone, THANK YOU! This small idea turned into something great. Martin Rike THANK YOU The family of Joan Fluegge would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation for all the prayers, home and hospital visits and the many phone calls and cards she received. And thank you to all the friends and family who assisted Joan to and from the doctor and hospital visits. A special thank you to Pastor Brenda Wicklund for the beautiful service, the ladies for the delicious meal and Elaine Keehr and Bonnie Grunke for the special music. We would also like to thank Mike Ingebrand and his staff for their help at such a difficult time. We were truly touched by the love and support given by Kanabec County law enforcement, medical and fire departments during Mom’s illness and funeral. Also we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Clare Living Community rehab department, FirstLight and Mercy hospitals for the compassionate care Joan received. Bless you all.

45TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE FOR CLAIR AND LINDA KUBESH Please join us in celebrating the 45th wedding anniversary of Clair and Linda Kubesh from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 26 at the Pine City VFW. Cake and coffee will be served. MORA CLASS OF 1951 The Mora Class of 1951 will have their annual reunion at Freddie’s in Mora at noon on Tuesday, Aug. 14. OGILVIE CLASS OF 1982 The Ogilvie High Schol Class of 1982 will have their 30th class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Pink Diamond on Ann Lake beginning at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be ordered off the regular menu. RSVP to confirm or decline attendance. For more information call Joel Kuehn at 320272-4358. AUG. 10-11 SHARPSHOOTERS 4-H CLUB FUNDRAISER The Sharpshooters 4-H Club will be working at the Coborn’s brat stand to raise money for the club.

THANK YOU The family of Michael Pepek would like to extend a special thank you to St. Mary’s Catholic Church plus their many friends in Mora who have always been a special part of Mike and Vickie’s life. THANK YOU Thank you to friends and family for celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary with us. We have received so many cards and gifts. It was a very special time for us with many wonderful memories. Jerry and Joyce Tvedt

MICHAEL PEPEK Michael Pepek, 93, passed away July 25, 2012. He was born Sept. 27, 1918. He served with the Army Air Corps throughout WWII. He retired from Downing Box Co. in Fridley and moved to the farm in Mora where his love of the land and animals was shared with many who visited over their 30-year residence. All who knew him will miss his loving smile and his gentle, kind heart. Mike was preceded in death by his parents and six siblings. He is survived by his loving wife of 70 years, Vickie; son, Michael (Kathy); daughters, Liane McCullough (Mac) and Christy Griffith (Judd); four grandchildren and one-great grandson; sister, Helen Russin; and many relatives and good friends. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday, Aug. 1, at St. Therese of Oxbow Lake Chapel in Brooklyn Park.


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! ! REPAIRABLES ! ! ‘99 STS Clean Car ...................$1,012 ‘02 Taurus, 2 owner ................. $912 ‘90 Buick Park Ave ................... $812 ‘87 Jetta Diesel .....................$1,112 ‘99 Z-24, 5-speed..................... $812

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53 VEHICLES WANTED $250 and Up for most junk cars. $350 for pickups and SUVs. Towing available. Call for more information. Ostrom's Auto Parts, Grasston, MN 320-396-2567.

55 CYCLES 2000 Custom Soft tail, 1650cc S&S Bored 30 over stroke, Baker 5 speed trans, new maroon paint job this year, lots of chrome, only 5,400mi! $11,900, located in Cambridge. 763-2865219 2008 Piaggio Fly 150 Scooter (Vespa), $1,800. Like new, only 1,800 miles. 75-80 mpg. You can ride this on the highway as it does 62-65 mph. No time to ride, new battery last year. 320-493-5173, cell. Motorcycle 2002 Suzuki Black Marauder. 805Cc, 4400 miles, $4,200 OBO 763-689-6807 Rider/collectors '82 Harley FXR original cond. 5 speed trans. Rubber mounted motor. Low miles $6995. 612-812-4390.

'05 Star Craft Sentenial tent camper sleeps 6 pull out dining area all options $6500 or bo. 763-7677393. 2006 Cabover camper fits 8' bed. Great condition. 3- burner stove 2-way refrig. Central heat. $4,000. Call Sam, 612-269-8494.

58 TRUCKS VANS/SUVS 2001 Chevy S10 w/ 58k mi. 4x4. $8700 obo. 320-515-9969 2002 Dodge 4dr 47,000, 4x4, $15,000 OBO 763-607-2681

60 BOATS & MOTORS Houseboat '84 Holiday Mansion Twin 38” gen/air/ht/trihull $23k 651-357-7215 lv msg Pontoons for rent on Lake Pokegama. Daily-weekly. 612-7203118 or 320-629-9996

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L i f t m a s t e r Professional garage doors & openers. 763-434-4545 or 1800-854-2736. Rain gutters seamless metal, roofing, siding, general contracting. Jerry Voss, 612-390-4029. S & L Masonry. Block, brick, concrete. Free estimates. Fully insured. Call Scott, 320-679-5551.

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102 SERVICES East Central S a n i t a t i o n Commercial & residential, container service, carts provided. 763-689-2171 or 763444-9862 Barbers on Main 208 S. Main St. in Cambridge. 763-6892133 Handyman/Remodeler- One call takes care of it all. Jeff 320-629-2386

109 LAWN CARE Lawn care, weekly mowing, trimming, cleanup. Mora area, 320-224-6240.

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Dave's Garage Door service. Spring replacement, servicing, doors, and openers. (763)286-3002. Embroidery & Ink Embroidery, printing, engraving & gifts. Isanti 763-444-8303

115 HOME HEATING Crown Royal outdoor wood stoves. 20 year limited warranty. www.woodstovemn. com. 320-679-2567, 763-552-6743. Used Corn Stove Used 1 season. ½ price off of new. Call 763-360-0808

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150 HELP WANTED Drivers; Co & OWNER-OP's. Excellent Pay/Home Weekly. Free Plate program. No Upfront Costs. PrePass Plus Tolls Paid. Regional or Long Haul. CDL-A, 2yrs exp. 866-9464322. HELP WANTED: Outgoing, responsible and well-spoken person to take the reins of an outside sales representative position for The Sun in Osceola, Wis. Sales experience preferred but not required. Will train the right person. Base plus attractive commission = GREAT OPPORTUNITY. Benefits including paid time off and insurance. Send resume to: rsmith@osceolasun.com or Publisher, P.O. Box 248, Osceola, WI 54020.

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152 EMPLOYMENT/ SEASONAL Trees, Inc. is looking for line clearance tree workers. CDL, ISA a plus. For more information e-mail sjanousek@treesinc. Com or call 320-333-4585.

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‘03 Venture, Great Van ....$4,312 SOLD ‘05 SEL Taurus ................Loaded ‘02 Ext TrailBlazer ..........$5, 212 ‘06 Caravan, 1 owner .......$5,512 ‘96 Escort, 115k mi ..........$2,712 ‘02 Grand Van, Florida ...115k mi ‘98 Ranger Rover Solid ....$2,912 ‘00 Blazer, 102k mi..........$4,512 ‘99 S-10 Ext Cab, Topper...$3,712 ‘04 Expedition, 2 owner....8 pass ‘02 Bonneville 3800 V6 ....$4,512 ‘95 S-10, 98k miles ..........$2,912 ‘02 Villager, 1 owner ....... 2 tone ‘00 Focus, MPG ................$1,712 ‘86 F-150, 4x4, 6 cyl ............NICE ‘93 F-150, 4x4 .................$1,312 ‘07 Uplander, 92k mi .......$7,912 ‘95 Regal, 3.8 V6 .............$3,312 ‘01 PT Cruiser, 91k mi ......$2,412 ‘07 F-150, Ext Cab, 4x4.....$8,512

'47 Ply Coupe. New paint, int., eng. $8K. '51 Chev 4 dr Woody Wagon runs. New brakes. Rust through original $80k. '67 Olds Cutlass, 2dr Rebuilt motor/trans Good body $12500, '53 Jeep p.u. runs $1800, '65 Scout Texas, new paint, 57k $14,000 763-639-5152.

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Sales Representative Culligan of Pine City, the undisputed leader in the water treatment industry since 1936 is preparing to increase its sales force. We are looking for a direct sales consultant who wants to be part of a vibrant and still growing company. Duties include the rental and sale of a vast array of Water Treatment Equipment. Equipment designed to solve any potential Hard Water problem that may present itself….. Sales experience a plus, but not a requirement as we will properly train any qualified individual. We will fully train this individual with proper testing, sizing and application methods to fulfill any potential customer’s needs. This individual needs to be prepared to work a varied schedule. Evenings and some Saturday visits are part of this job description. Culligan will supply some leads for this individual, but self generated leads are a key to his/her overall sales success. • Base salary + commissions + bonuses • Earning potential - $40,000 plus • Paid Vacation and Sick Days • Insurance and Dental Plan • 401K Plan • In-House Training Program For information call: Culligan of Pine City Local: 320-629-3130 Outstate: 800-955-3685

for 19,200 circulation newspaper in Cambridge, MN area. Duties include business to business sales, special promotions, projects and other duties as assigned. Salary includes base, milage plus commission and benefits. Ideal candidate should have a positive attitude, ability to work with tight deadlines and a willingness to learn. Sales experience helpful, but willing to train the right perosn. Send Resume To: Isanti-Chisago County Star Att: Annette 930 So. Cleveland St. Cambridge, MN 55008 or E-mail to: akrist@moraminn.com

RESIDENT SERVICES ASSISTANT St. Clare Living Community of Mora is currently accepting applications for a part-time Resident Services Assistant. This position is responsible for Life Enhancement Activities for the Assisted Living residents, light housekeeping, tenant transportation, and light office duties. Hours include Tuesday through Friday 9am to 3:30pm, but may vary based on the facility’s need.

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Graphic Designer! If your design skills make people say, “Wow” and you can work in a fast-paced environment, do we have a position for you! Our creative design department produces advertising and internet materials for our newspapers and a regional shopper in East Central Minnesota. The successful candidate must have excellent artistic design skills and be very knowledgeable with Photoshop, InDesign, and Acrobat Distiller. Competitive compensation and benefit package. Send resume to: Annette Krist, Kanabec Publications, 107 S. Park St. Mora, MN 55051 or e-mail to advertising@ moraminn.com Help wanted: all positions at Pink Diamond Bar & Grill. Call 320-272-4000 for directions. Machinist needed!! Machine shop in Blaine. Day shift, must be able to work efficiently with minimal supervision. Must be skilled in manual and CNC machines. Fax resume 763795-8240 or call 763-795-0118. OTR drivers wanted: 2 yr. exp., 53” dry van. Terminal Transport, Roseville, MN 651-414-6057.

155 EDUCATION Part-time music teacher wanted. Teach preschoolers in Christian setting. Send resume to mpmoutrie@saintan drews.org or Mary Pat Moutrie, 900 Stillwater Rd., Mahtomedi, MN 55115. EXCESS BAGGAGE WEIGHING YOU DOWN? Placing a classified 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 don’t want into something you do want: CASH! Advertiser 320-679-2661 or www.moraminn.com

157 EMPLOYMENT PART TIME Needed girl Friday, house cleaning, gardening, some yard work, misc. odd jobs 1-2 days per week. Private residence, computer experience a plus. Must be clean neat, non-smoker, no drugs. Prefer older retired person. Send references and resume to PO Box 469 Cambridge, MN 55008.

159 HEALTH CARE East Central A u d i o l o g y Audiology and hearing aid care. Cambridge 763-689-2121.

201 DAY CARE Cambridge Carriage Hills Licensed Day Care, preschool curriculum, structured daily activities. Becky 763-689-2044 or 763228-2483 Cheryl's Childcare Garden-licensed 20+ yrs. in childcare+exper. w/special needs. 5 mi. SE Pine City 320-279-2248

Tall propane wall heater/furnace (like used in mobile home) $300 763-444-4940.

301 FARM MISC. MISC. $3000 firm Trencherman backhoe. Like new, used about 1 hr. Spare w rim inc. 763689-4516. We repair Bailers & Haybinds. For Sale: Guards, sections, & sickles for haybinds. We can splice belts for round bailers. Call Jeff's Welding, 320-679-2524.

302 FEED/ SEED/HAY Corn, clean, dry, shelled, $8.00 for 50 lbs. John, 320-679-1564. Straw $4.00, hay $3.50, small squares, rounds. Call John, 320-679-1564. Delivery available. Wanted to buy: round hay bales, 507-838-6434.

303 HORSES 2 Qtr Horses, 1 Male $700, 1 Female $500. 320-515-9969

Groundhouse Apartments in Ogilvie 2-BR Duplex $435-$460 per month Rental Assistance may be available Please contact Ketti at 1-888-203-9301 for an application EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

308 POULTRY White X-Jumbo cornish cross pasture fed broilers. $3.00/pound dressed weight, average weight 5 pounds plus. To order: name, address, phone number, number of birds wanted, $1.00/bird deposit. I will call when birds are ready. Phillip Miller, 1842 Olympic Street, Mora.

350 COMPUTERS Call David Larson for computer repair and setup. 763-689-5912

353 BUILDING SUPPLIES 10-30' Floor Trusses for sale. $2,000 obo. 763-689-9458

355 HOUSEHOLD Oak Grandfather Clock. Good cond. $350. 651-674-8336

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320-2308823 www.theused furniturestore.com Oak, 2-door microwave stand with wheels.-$35. Call for photo images. 763-482-9618. Vanity, lg mirror, matching bench. $100 Matching chest w/ drawers $50. 2 childrens rocker, 1 upholstered, 1 maple exc cond. $30. Like new brass fireplace screen $50 763-689-3955.

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358 FIREWOOD 20 foot pole-length mixed firewood, 5 cord load, $550. 320-679-1815. Dry Oak firewood. Lrg pickup load, $120 Fast, free delivery 320-241-6983 For Sale: 16” or 20” seasoned mixed oak & ash $120, full cord, 320-679-4590. Wanted: Standing saw timber and firewood, (320)679-1815.

361 LAWN & GARDEN Black rotted manure, lg load, fast delivery. Also firewood. 320241-6983 or 479-2446952.

362 MISC. Court Resources. Bankruptcy debt relief $860*. Divorce/Custody $570*. Civil/Criminal start at $330*. *court fees additional. 218-828-4483. 763-792-4940. Demo Wood Pellet Grill starting @549.00. 40lbs bulk grill pellets only $24.00. Call 763360-0808 Fuel and Organic Fertilizer. 651-2163281 or 651-674-4277 Hussman Domes refrigerated display case, 74” long x 43 1/2” high x 43 1/2” wide. Also 2 convection ovens, hoods for ovens, 3 compartment sink, 1 hand sink. $7,000 for all. Call Eric at 763-444-7463 Looking for that perfect gift for an anniversary or birthday? Think about giving a subscription to the Kanabec County Times. Call our office today (320)679-2661 to start delivery – we accept Visa or Mastercard!

363 MUSIC 8 piece Sonor drum set for $650 or best offer (cash only). German shells have hardly been played & have little wear - they sound absolutely great!! 651-429-9229

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SUBSTITUTE WORKERS NEEDED Pine City Public Schools

363 MUSIC Acrosonic Frech Country Spinet Piano, tuned, brown stain, $1000 763-670-0083 Must see.

366 GUNS Charles Daly 12 ga. Maxi-Mag Camo pump. Shoots 2 ¾”3 1/2”. New, never fired. Perfect for turkey, geese and ducks, $400. 320-493-5173, cell.

367 SPORTING GOODS Back Woods Sports live bait 763-689-1987 Princeton. Mountain Bike, Trek Y3, $1,200. Really loaded! Call 612-4818976. Sharp!

368 APPLIANCES For Sale: Reconditioned washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Rick's Home Furnishings (320) 6794047

369 WANTED Want to Buy all kinds of silver objects. Please call Mike at 763-843-0867 Wanted junk batteries & lead wheel weights. Will pick up. Call for quote. 1-800-777-2243, ask for Dana.

401 AUCTION CALENDAR 11,000 + SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BLDG. & CONTENTS. Evansville, MN. Les Stromberg Auctioner, Lic. #33-17. www.strombegauc tioneering.com. Main office 320-225-2943. APPROX. 158 ACRES, tillable, w/homestead. Sauk Rapids, MN. Les Stromberg, Auctioneer, Lic. #33-17. www.strombergauc tioneering.com. Main office, 320-225-2943. Garage misc.- online only. Bidding ends August 14th at 7 p.m. www.stromberg auctioneering.com. Les Stromberg, Lic #33-17. Main office, 320-225-2943.

401 AUCTION CALENDAR GARAGE MISC. ONLINE ONLY. Bidding ends August 14 at 7 p.m. Les Stromberg Auctioneer, Lic. # 33-17. www.strombergauc tioneering.com. Main office 320-225-2943. Vacation packagesLas Vegas, Hawaii & Mexico. Online only. Coming soon. www.strombergauctioneering.com. Main office, 320-225-2943. VACATION PACKAGES. Las Vegas, Hawaii & Mexico-online only. Coming soon. Les Stromberg Auctioneer, Lic. #33-17. www.strombergauctioneering.com. Main office 320-225-2943. PLACE A CLASSIFIED TODAY.

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• Teachers • Aides • Food Service Workers • Custodial Staff Workers ISD #578 is seeking substitutes in the employee categories cited above. If you are interested, come to a meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the PCHS seventh-grade commons on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012. The purpose of this meeting is to review background information about the school district, do some basic staff development, have potential applicants complete appropriate paperwork and have a tour of the facility. Bring with you: a copy of your teaching certificate, Social Security number, TRA number and other data required for standard application forms. Prospective paras (aides) should bring a transcript if they have a two-year degree and/or documentation that they have passed the Para Pro Test. To schedule the Para Pro Test, call Jessi at 320-384-6277.

401 AUCTION CALENDAR MON., AUG. 13, 10 a.m. J. Little, Farm Auction, Barnum, MN Mon., Aug. 13, 3 p.m. Midway Lumber Specialties, Lumberyard Auction, Hermantown, MN Thurs., Aug., 16, 9 a.m. S. Busse, Moving Auction, Deer River, MN Sat., Aug. 18 8 a.m. Large Consignment Auction, 4R Arena, Palisade, MN Tues., Aug. 21, 10 a.m. D. Black, Personal Property Auction Grand Rapids, MN Thurs., Aug. 23, 10 a.m. Swift House Movers, Structural Movers Sellout, Big Lake, MN Thurs., Aug. 30, 10 a.m. G. Kroening, Moving Auction, Aitkin, MN Thurs., Sept. 6, 9 a.m. Clem's Construction, Estate Auction, Deer River, MN Mon., Sept. 10, 11 a.m. Birchem Logging, Logging Sellout Auction, Mt. Iron, MN Tues., Sept. 11, 10 a.m. R. Porisch, Retirement Auction, Embarrass, MN Thurs., Sept. 13, 10 a.m. Estate of A. Peterson, Moose Lake, MN Tues., Sept. 18, 10 a.m. Gavic & Carpenter, Retirement Auction Jacobson, MN Thurs., Sept., 27, 10 a.m. Estate of R. Peterson, Barnum, MN. For complete list see www.reinhardtauction s.com. Reinhardt Auction Service, or call 218-845-2260. Lic # 01-15.

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451 RENTALS COMMERCIAL Two-room office space, 221 South Union St., Mora, next to the theater. Heather, 651-454-2000.

452 RENTALS RESIDENTIAL 1BR Apt.-Pine City. Close to Pine Tech, downtown. Sandy 763-464-4129.

Now Hiring Full- & Part-Time Co. Drivers & Leasing on Owner/Operators Dry Van or Flatbed Some Regional Positions Available Customer Committed, Quality Driven! 1-800-346-1472 ext. 135 or 171 www.halvorlines.com Halvor Lines, Inc. is CSA compliant & will help you protect your score!

2-bedroom home in Pine City on a quiet street. Hardwood floors. Available immediately, $750 per month + utilities. Small pet OK. Call 763-241-1180 or 612290-3828. Dala Estates. Beautifully renovated & remodeled 3-BR, 2-BA condominiums. $975 1st floor/damage; $875 2nd floor/damage. No pets/no smoking. Please call 320-209-2154 for an appointment.

452 RENTALS RESIDENTIAL

452 RENTALS RESIDENTIAL PineCity-2BR hse. 1½Baths, lake-view/2 car gar. W/D connection, lawn & snow removal provided. $925/mo.+utils. 320629-7890/Mark

2-Bedroom third floor available

Aug. 1st Rent $675 deposit $400 No pets/smoking. Please Call

320630-6890 For rent Pine City: 1BR apartment $600/mo. Heat included. (612)-390-8776 For Rent- Pine City. In-town privacy. 2+BR home. $850/mo. (320)-766-2542. For Rent: Large private country lot for mobile home, includes garage. 33566 Hwy. 47, Mora. 320-272-4661. In town Mora, 2bdrm, main level apt with private entrance. Central a/c, w/d hook-ups, off street parking. No smoking, no pets. $800+elec+garbage, $800 DD. Credit check and references. Available Sept 1. Mike 612390-1821. Meadowbrook 1 & 2-BR apartments, Mora, starting at $595 and up per mo. No smoking, no pets. Contact Denny, 507-269-7639. MORA 1 bedroom, 2nd floor, includes w/s, off street parking, on site laundry, garbage and recycling. $475 plus electric and deposit. No smoking, no pets. Sept. 1. 612-390-0435 Mora, available August 1, efficiency apt. $375/month. Utilities included. No smoking, no pets. Contact Denny, 507-269-7639. Non Smoking, NB unfurn. 2 BR walkout basement apt $700 mo + util. 1st and last mos. Rent. $100 Cleaning Dep. 651-674-7161. North Branch, 3BR, 1BA, $850 plus utilities. On Golf Course; Available August 1st. 651-674-4047.

Quiet, non smoking, married couple looking to rent. $400/ month negotiable. 612-889-5365. Rush City 3 bdrm home or Lrg 2 bdrm Base Rent $1185 or $960/mo. Avail now. 612-716-6179 Upper 1BR apt. No pets, Pine City, Avail. Now. 320-629-3859

453 ROOMMATES Camb-S, M/F, responsible, no kids or pets. $300/mo. Plus utilities split 3 ways Email roxy11779@aol.com Room for rent: Furnished, utilities, Internet. 5 miles from Mora, $400 month, $200 deposit. Call 320-279-3712.

454 STORAGE

NOW RENTING Ogilvie Mini Storage LP Mini Storage Unit 10x20, 10x10 Downtown Ogilvie Call: (763)286-3265 cell Mini -storage also inside or outside. Boats, pontoons, campers or whatever. Taking reservations for winter now. We'll take pontoons out of water & return in spring if you bring to north end of Pokegama, we can haul. Also shrink wrapping, our place or yours. Pokegama Marine & Storage, (320) 629-9996 Pine City-gar./workshop 900SF htd. space, 200Amp service, lease/rent/buy, $350+util. 320-6297890/Mark

Pokegama Pine Storage rental units from 6'x10'-10'x30'. (320)629-3303/www.pine citystorage.com Pokegama Pine Storage rental units from 6'x10'-10'x30'. (320)629-3303/www.pine citystorage.com

456 VACATION RENTALS

Owner financing: 1994, 14x70, 2BDRM, 1BA, AC, all appliances, 8x10 shed, vinyl siding/shingled roof, 2x6 studded walls. Call for details and move-in specials. 320-679-6933.

RV rental-on Lake Pokegama. Boat-slip included, 2day min. $95/day-$1200/mo. 320-629-9996

Owner financing: 2001 Rollohome, 16x80, 3BDRM, 2BA, all appliances, AC, 2x6 studded walls, vinyl windows, vinyl siding, shingled roof. Call for details and move-in specials. 320-679-6933.

Wanted: Land, buildable, hunting land close to I-35W, trade for land. Call 1-507213-7467.

Pine City-Downtown 1BR, on water. No pets-Avl. Now $600mo. (651)231-0101

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501 REAL ESTATE WANTED Hunting Land needed….Two friends wanting to cash lease hunting land and develop possible longterm relationship with owner. In our 50s, and have hunted all our lives. Wives and daughter hunt with us too. State just bought out our long-term lease. Love taking care of your land as part of the privilege of hunting. If you are thinking you may want to lease your land, please consider interviewing us for that privilege. Would prefer over 200 acres of woods if possible. Close to Aikin, Isle, Mora, Garrison areas. Contact #: 612-868-6662 or E-mail: tryusthere@aol.com Thank you. Steve & Gene

502 4 SALE BY OWNER FSBO: 4 unit apartment in Cambridge. 2-2bdrms, 2 -1 bdrms. Owner financing available. Priced to sell $235,000 763-2459496 New Home in 2006. W/O Rambler. Shows like model. 10 ac. Stanchfield. $190,000 320-396-3522

503 LOTS & ACREAGE For Sale By Owner: 31/2 acres on C.R.9, Pine City. 30'x60' polebarn, city sewer, plus more. $95,000 contract for deed. (612)-390-8776

506 REAL ESTATE

Log Home Lots: Rock Creek home lot, 3-34 acres, near I-35, possible trade for land 1-507-213-7467.

504 MOBILE HOMES Lake view, lake breeze, private dock. Cute 1 BDRM, 651-235-7353.

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506 REAL ESTATE 2 beautiful 5 acre lots in Harris, close to 35W. $55,900. 651674-2687 Camb. 2br Yr round lakehouse, dbl lot, 30 min from cities. 150' of sandy shore, price reduced $99,900 763443-0997 Cambridge townhome 2bd w/loft, 2ba. $95,000. 100% Financing Avail. 651398-1274 Farm Rock Creek 5br, 2 bath, w/ 3 barns, 3 garages. Conventional rent to own or roomates. 1507-213-7467 Manufactured Home28x56, 4BR 2 bath whirlpool on 2.6A. 30X48 pole-barn, on blacktop road, 3½ miles east of Pine City-$94,000. 320224-8711 Owner financing: 1994, 14x70, 2BDRM, 1BA, AC, all appliances, 8x10 shed, vinyl siding/shingled roof, 2x6 studded walls. Call for details and move-in specials. 320-679-6933.

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Owner financing: 2001 Rollohome, 16x80, 3BDRM, 2BA, all appliances, AC, 2x6 studded walls, vinyl windows, vinyl siding, shingled roof. Call for details and move-in specials. 320-679-6933.

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We offer an infant room, toddler room, preschool/school-age room. Licensed teachers for each age level. We have structured activities throughout the day. Great hours: 6am to 6pm Monday-Friday. Call 320-679-8254

VALERIE BROWN DAYCARE 320-224-7805 Days & Evenings • Mon.-Fri. School-readiness preschool curriculum, Licensed since 2002. Current openings for all ages. valerie963@q.com

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Brunswick Flea Market Open Wed-Fri 9-5, Sat 9-4

Call Tammi at 320-396-3892 or 612-481-0832 Outside vendors wanted Located south of Mora off Hwy 65 next to Station 65 Bar & Grill

2 FAMILY MOVING SALE Wed., Aug. 15 3 p.m.- 7 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 16 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Beautiful washer/dryer, golf clubs, small appliances, end tables, tools, chest of drawers, swivel stools, Eagle Claw pack rod, soccer net, child's bike, burley, canning, sewing/craft supplies, church pew, vintage cookie jars, Belgian waffle iron, Step2 rollercoaster, Thomas Train set, kitchen & household items, pictures & frames, dehydrator, country & Americana décor, ice skates, men's work coats, XX skis, highchair, clothing (girls 0-8, boys 3-6, women's S-L) 315 Willow St., Mora. From Mora: W on Maple/Cty. Rd. 6, on left after DNR building. BACK TO SCHOOL SALE Wed., Aug. 15 noon-5 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 16 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Books, backpacks, household misc., clothes-girls sz. 7-8 to girls teens sz. 6, girls bike, trail-a-bike, toys and more. Kathy Undem Kristina Monson 740 Riverside St., Mora.

404 GARAGE SALES AWESOME AUGUST SALE Wed., Aug. 15 noon-5 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 16 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Fri., Aug. 17 8 a.m.-noon Childrens clothes, newborn to 4, car seat, name brand womens clothes, many are new, leather coats, shoes, jewelry, makeup, vacuum cleaner, small TV, books, CDs, DVDs, household. 509 Woodland St., Mora Nordenstrom, Willows, Seaton, family. DOWNLOADING SALE AUGust 15-18 7AM-5PM Lots of books, cookie jars, misc. and antiques. 8231 Deer Valley Rd. east off of Hwy. 70 Pine City HUGE GARAGE SALE Thur., Aug. 16, 5 p.m.- 7 p.m. Fri., Aug. 17, 7 a.m.- ? Lawn swing, deck chairs, clothes (men's XXL, women's 18-20, girl's 4-6, boy's infant- 6), wagon, girl's bike, sit/stand stroller, playpen, bouncy seat, riding toys, kid's outside climber, guitar amp, household items, books, movies, fish tank, weed whip, and lots more. 331 N wood St., Mora (look for signs by library park) PLACE A CLASSIFIED TODAY.

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GARAGE SALE Wed, Aug 15 3 p.m.- 6 p.m. Thurs, Aug 16 7 a.m.- 2 p.m. Girls clothes, girls clothes, girls clothes. Sizes girls 10/12 through juniors size 12. Lots to choose from. Plus: toys, games, misc. household items. 810 Riverside St, Mora. Eustice.

GARAGE SALE Thurs., Aug. 16 through Fri., Aug. 17 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Adult clothing, all sizes, men's slacks (36X34), juniors, teen and girl's size 10-16, Bratz dolls & accessories, Littlest Pet Shops, books, puzzles, games, dorm sheets, electric roaster, 2 fishing poles, 2 camp chairs, misc. 2424 Highway 65. 4 ½ mi. N of Mora on Highway 65

GARAGE SALE Wed., Aug . 15 Noon- 6 p.m. Thur., Aug. 16 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Fri., Aug. 17 8 a.m.-? Household galore & more, tons of beads, dishes, goblets, glassware, Mikasa dinner set for 8 & serving pieces, Twin Star silverware, cookware, canning jars and small appliances, table linens, matching valances and pillows, dust ruffles, pictures, area rugs, wreaths, new candles, fabric, glass angels, fruit décor and accessories, misc. furniture, Scandinavian metal candle holders, name brand ladies clothes, new shoes size 9 – 9 ½, misc. More added daily. Everything clean and nice. No early birds. 500 Woodland St., Mora

GARAGE SALE Thursday & Friday Aug. 23 & 24, 8-5p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, 8 a.m.-noon HEATH FAMILY downsizing sale. Don't miss this one! Large variety including free stuff, guy stuff, photo equiqment, collectibles, camping, craft supplies, teen girl clothing, china, linens, perennials, all priced to sell. Pine C.R. 11 to Bayside Loop to N.Bay Ln., Pine City

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PANGERL-WOLF GARAGE SALE Wednesday, Aug. 15, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Namebrand clothes: boys,' girls' junior to misses sizes; books, many household items. Great deals! 2013 Oak Dr. SW, PINE CITY ¼ mile west on CR 7. Follow signs.

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GARAGE SALE Wed., Aug. 16 Noon to 5 Thur., Aug. 17 & Fri., Aug. 18 7-5 Sat., Aug. 19 ½ off Antiques, primitive furniture, table/chairs, 1 yr. Old Fridgedaire, stroller, bed guard, wire dog kennel, great clothing, spoiler/tail lamps – Eclipse, toys, baby, books. 439 Forest, Mora. Before Museum. Porter INSIDE 7-PARTY SALE Fri., Aug. 17 through Sat., Aug. 18 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Collectibles, solid oak w/frame & hardware: 6 panel doors- french door, dishwasher, radial arm saw, electric bed, furniture, housewares, clothes, quilting/sewing: material & suppliessewing machinecabinet, yarn & supplies, crafts & supplies, decoys, bicycles, usual items way too many items to mention. View at www.norbys.net, 51956 Riverside Lane, Sandstone. Next to Grindstone Lake Bible Camp. MAKE A DEAL GARAGE SALE Thurs, Aug 16 Fri, Aug 17 Sat, Aug 18 8 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. A lot of nice Christmas and Halloween things, kitchen items, clothes, toys, books, movies, bedding, furniture, 2 computer desks with keyboard. 409 Walnut St, Mora.

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404 GARAGE SALES MULTI-FAMILY SALE Thur., Aug. 16 through Sat., Aug. 18, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Clothes, furniture, lots of wedding decorations, antiques, dishes, books, lots of misc. Something for everyone. 947 E Maple, Mora. MULTI-FAMILY SALE Wed, Aug 15 through Fri, Aug 17 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. & Sat, Aug 18 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Freezer, fridge, washer, dryers, tables, chairs, dressers, loveseat, recliner, bar, dishes, tools, kids stuff, VHS, rubber, bead, new saddles, tack, home décor, small kitchen appliances, dog house, bikes. 1307 210th Ave, Ogilvie. From Mora, County Rd 6, cross 47 1 mile. From Ogilvie, North 47 4 miles, left 210th Ave.

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NIKI’S NOODLEBOPPERS In-town, licensed daycare has FT/PT Infant, Toddler & Preschool openings, Mon-Fri 7am-5:30pm. Food program, preschool curriculum, fenced in backyard, lots of love & fun. Call Niki Taylor

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GARAGE SALE Thurs, Aug 16 & Fri, Aug 17 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Antiques & collectibles, Butternut wardrobe, oak China cabinet, pine wash stand, bike carrier, dishes, bedding, men's & women's clothing, crafts & fabric, exercise equipment, jewelry, too much to list. 704 Jewell St, Mora.

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LICENSED DAYCARE Extended Hours Saturday Drop-off Available

Call Cheryl Peterson or Heidi Owens at 320-272-4565 or 320-630-0203 (Daycare facility in separate building than our home)

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