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The third full week in October is observed as National Business Women’s Week by Minnesota Business and Professional Women and its local chapter, the Dala Business Women and similar chapters across the country. Since its creation in 1928, NBWW aims to recognize and honor Meet guest speaker Anita Sparks, the achievements of working women throughout history. BPW caregiver coach, on Oct. 22! members and BPW Foundation call attention to the leadership of working women and local women entrepreneurs, facilitate discussions on the needs of working women, share information about successful workplace policies and raise awareness of resources available for women in their communities.
silent auction and bucket raffle at Freddie’s Pine Room in Mora. $25 per person admission.
National Business Women’s Week is a salute to the achievements of all working women. So what are you doing after work on Monday, Oct. 22?
Dala Business Women will be “Celebrating Women who Care” while raising local scholarship funds. It’s a perfect opportunity to meet other business and professional women the evening of Monday, Oct. 22 for delicious hot hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar,
Working women tend to balance additional unpaid roles as caregivers for partners, parents, children or neighbors. On Monday, Oct. 22 you can discover another world of local caregiving resources from our guest speaker Anita Sparks, a professional caregiver coach. 5 p.m. social and silent auction begins, 6ish the buffet opens and bucket raffle, 6:30ish speaker! Silent auction ends at 7 p.m. or after questions, all wraps up by 8 p.m. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or text “I’m coming to NBWW” to 320-630-5003. Dala Business Women is an inclusive, supportive group that meets every 4th Monday of the month at Freddie’s Pine Room from 5-7PM. Join us!
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OCT. 23 MINNESOTA’S BIZARRE HISTORY Chad Lewis, author and researcher, will present over 100 bizarre newspaper stories from Minnesota at 6:30 p.m. at the Mora Public Library, 200 W. Maple Ave., Mora. For more information drop by the library or visit ecrlib.org. OCT. 24 SOIL HEALTH FIELD DAY The Kanabec Soil and Water Conservation District and the Natural Resources Conservation Service will demonstrate agricultural soil practices, cover crops, notill farming and a rainfall simulator from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at County Hwy 2 and Hickory St., Ogilvie. For accommodations to participate in this event, call 320-6743012, or email Shannon.rasinski@ usda.gov by Oct. 11. For event flyer go to kanabecswcd.org. OCT. 24 CANDIDATE FORUM The public is invited to attend a Candidate Forum from 5:30 - 9 p.m. in the auditorium at Pine City High School auditorium. Candidates for the House of Representatives are scheduled at 5:40 p.m., followed by Mayor and City Council at 6:30 p.m. and ISD 578 School Board candidates at 7:35 p.m. Call the Chamber of Commerce at 320-322-4040 or visit www. pinecitychamber.com to learn more.
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OCT. 25 SPAGHETTI DINNER Zion Lutheran Preschool is hosting a fundraiser spaghetti dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 401 Hwy 65 S., Mora. A freewill offering will be accepted. OCT. 25 MORA FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Mora Friends of the Library will meet at 4 p.m. to vote on board members and brainstorming future projects. To share input outside of the meeting email sarahofmora@ gmail.com OCT. 25 & 27 HOWLOWEEN AT CREX Over 100 pumpkins need to be
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is a cost. For more information call 320-676-4966. OCT. 27 TRICK ‘N TRUCK Recovering Hope Treatment Center is hosting a free community Trick ‘n Truck event from 2-4 p.m. at 2031 Rowland Rd., Mora. There will be face and pumpkin painting, coloring contest, candy and hayrides. Come in costume. OCT. 27 MORA SKI CLUB TRAIL WORK Meet at 9 a.m. at the Nordic Center, 400 N. 9th St., for coffee and rolls, then hit the trails to help prepare for the upcoming ski season. Bring work gloves, loppers, shovels, etc.
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Mora Elementary School K-6th Grade
6-7pm Senior Parent Financial Aid Information Sessions
6-7pm Senior Parent Financial Aid Information Sessions (Media Center) • Explanation and instructions for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) • Completion of the FAFSA is required for all students seeking financial assistance to pay for post-secondary educational programs. • An overview of the application process for scholarships will also be given
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Holden Lutheran Church
LUTEFISK DINNER Saturday,October 27 •1-5 pm 27987 150th Street, Isle, MN 56342
Swedish Meatballs, Swedish Sausage & all the trimmings & Bake Sale $
15 Adults • $7 Children 6-12 E Children under 6 FREE Call Amy Trelstad at 320-592-3204 with questions or the church 320-676-4966
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SAT., OCT. 20, 2018 • 10 a.m. Consignment Auction Isanti County Fairgrounds, Cambridge, MN
MACHINERY – LAWN EQUIPMENT – CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ATVs – TOOLS – BOATS – SNOWMOBILES – VEHICLES – ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES ARE WELCOME!
$50,000 retail of New & Like New items including: Variety of FitBits including Versa; Beats headphones; PS4 1TB; BluRay players; night vision 5 x 50 monocular; Garmin GPS; Weather Tech mats; Minnkota trolling motor; Rug Doctor vacuums & cleaners; pressure cookers; KitchenAid stand mixer; TV's; rugs; name brand sunglasses; name brand boots & shoes; 10 x 20 carports; cookware sets; comforters; sheets; mattress toppers and more! Sun Drop round 3.5' high ice cooler & ice tub; electric guitar; Delta bench grinder; 2 First Alert security cameras w/wiring; 2 Garmin travel assistants; fold up canopy; Homelite 5 HP 2 stage snow blower; Craftsman self propelled 6 HP 22" lawn mower; 2 large & 1 small wheel barrows; 3 wheel jog behind kids cart & bike pull 2 wheel kids cart; 4 bicycles; Halloween & Christmas lights & decor. Five leg square oak table; late 1800's oak chest of drawers; 1800's oak serpentine dresser; several antique chairs; ornate framed large oil painting; full size oak spoon carved head & foot board bed; 1913 quilt; old ﬁshing lures; copper minnow pail; bamboo ﬂy rod; ﬂy ﬁshing creole & net; shotgun shells in boxes - Federal & Super X; RailRoad items including: caboose lanterns, coach lamps, 1941 Sioux Line switch locks, time tables, misc. paperwork, bamboo train orders hook, Sioux Line oil cans. Pictures on our "PHOTOS" page as we receive them
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Thursday, October 25, 2018 • 10:00 a.m. Location: 12131 160th Street Milaca, MN 56353 • Directions: From the junction of Highways 169 and 23 in Milaca go north on 169 1½ miles to County Road 9/160th Street. Then west ½ mile to auction site. Or from the stoplight in Milaca go north on Central Ave. / 36 two miles to County Road 9 / 160th Street then west ¼ mile to auction site. TRACTOR, MACHINERY,LAWN LAWN&& TRACTOR, MACHINERY, GARDEN EQUIPMENT GARDEN EQUIPMENT
McCormick Farmall 300 Tractor-WF, PTO, fast hitch, rear wheel weights, 13.6-38 good rubber, sold with International 1701 all hydraulic loader, 80” bucket, single hydraulic, heat houser Ariens Garden Tractor17hp gas, hand control hydrostatic, 48” mower deck, 48” snow blower, rear weight box, tire chains New front tire for tractor 8’ Back blade-2 point fast hitch (3) Running gears Ariens Tractor-for (2) SetsGarden of tire chains 17hp tractorgas, hand control hydrostatic, 48” chain mowersaw Jonsered CS2165 deck, 48” snow blower, rear Husqvarna Rancher 61 chain weight saw box, tire chains New front tiresaw for tractor Electric chain 8’ Back blade-2 point fast Yard Man 22” push lawn hitch mower (3) Running gears MTD 5hp snow blower (2) ofsweeper tire chains for 44”Sets Lawn tractor Jonsered CS2165 chain saw FIREARMS Husqvarna chain WinchesterRancher Model 946130-30 saw lever action rifle-s/n Electric chain saw 140966, made in 1898 Yard Man 22” push lawn Winchester mower Model 94 .32 MTD 5hp lever snowaction blower Special rifle44” Lawn sweeper s/n 1876959, made in 1952 Ithaca TRAILERS Model 37 12 guage 8’4” x 22’ tandem axle ﬂatbed shotgun-pump, trailer s/n 385872 (2) Single axle trailer frames 7’ x 14’Tandem axle utility trailer-with 1 broken axle
Toro Z5000 Zero Turn Lawn Mower-19hp, 50” deck (2) Wheel barrows Stihl FS46 gas weed trimmer Weed Eater blower/vac Electric hedge trimmer Limb saws Fertilizer spreader International 7’ sickle mower-2 point fast hitch Montgomery Ward 5hp garden tiller Assorted garden and lawn supplies
TRAILERS 8’4” x 22’ tandem axle ﬂatbed International 7’ sickle trailer mower-2 point fast hitch (2) Single axleWard trailer5hp frames Montgomery 7’ garden x 14’Tandem tiller axle utility trailer-with 1 broken axle Assorted garden and lawn supplies
CONSTRUCTION TOOLS & &SHOP SHOPEQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION TOOLS
Honda 3500 watt generator on cart Dewalt 10” table saw Dewalt DW073 cordless rotary laser level with tripod Dewalt cordless trim saw Dewalt worksite radio Delta jointer/table saw combo Craftsman 12” wood lathe Wards 10” radial arm saw Craftsman jointer on stand Craftsman upright drill press Craftsman electric impact Craftsman transit Lincoln 225 amp welder Jepson cut-off saw (4) 5’ sections of scaffolding and braces (2) 6’ sections of scaffolding and braces (2) 4’ sections of scaffolding and braces
ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, COLLECTIBLES, ANTIQUES, MISCELLANIOUS & HOUSEHOLD MISCELLANIOUS HOUSEHOLDITEMS ITEMS Galvanized wash tubs Vintage pulleys Vintage egg basket Vintage feed sacks Vintage Ford sign Spool of vintage rope Hay carrier and rope Red wagon and runner sled Barn wood, vintage lumber and doors Vintage toboggan with cushion Ammunition box Coal bucket 8’ picnic table Fishing spear Ford truck bumper Cane poles
Vintage downhill skis (2) Patio sets Lp gas grill Swimming pool parts for above ground pool-ﬁlter, heat exchanger, pump, winter and summer cover Couch with hide-a-bed Matching coffee table and 2 end tables (6) Pressed back wooden chairs 4 Piece full size bedroom set White dresser with mirror L shaped ofﬁce desk Estey upright piano with bench-good condition
Ron & Pat WILKEN
Shop Smith with all accessories on rolling stand Scaffolding wheels Karcher 2500 psi pressure washer-5.5hp Honda engine Torch set with cart Large bench vise ¾” Drive socket set Black and Decker Workmate Paslode framing nailer and joist hanger nailer Paslode ﬁnish nailer-battery operated Rooﬁng coil nailer Hilti power actuated nailer Several ﬁnish and brad nailers Spot Nail framing nailer and stapler with several nails and staples Bench grinder Jig saw Several assorted cordless tools Floor, screw, and bottle jacks, jack stands, and leveling jacks Air hose, power cords, straps, garden hose, and jumper cables Power tools of all typessaws, sanders, drills, grinders, hammer drills, reciprocating saws Several saw blades Handle tools of all types Hand tools of all types Saw horses and rolling stands Bar and C clamps Several squares and levels Shop/work lights Coleman Powermate air compressor-needs work Shelving and cabinets
Dewalt 12” compound miter box saw on stand 1/2 and 1/3hp electric motors Fence stretcher Aluminum and ﬁberglass extension ladders Little Giant ladder Fiberglass and wood step ladders 24’ aluminum/wood plank Insulated concrete form braces Wooden concrete form braces Form stakes Log chains and chain binders Several come alongs Pump jacks Ladder and roof brackets 4” Channel iron Cement tools Fuel and oil cans, grease guns 100 gallon lp tank-almost full Large lp heater Tarps (2) Sump pumps Huge amount of hardware of all types and storage containers Automotive ﬂuids, sprays, oils, and parts Shop vac Silage forks and sctythes Roof rake Huge amount of lumber, treated and regular plywood, trim, and posts Steel fence posts (14) 22’ wooden rafters See you at the auction!
Auctioneer’s Note: Ron and Pat are selling their real estate and will be having a public auction. Ron was a contractor for many years and has a lot of good, usable tools and equipment. The tractor and lawn mowers are also in good working order. The piano and furniture is very clean and of high quality. Please no drive on inspections until morning of auction. Don’t miss this auction for your opportunity to purchase some quality items! See you at the auction!
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14 - ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 14, 2018 NOW NOV. 15 HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS The Mustang Booster Club is accepting nominations for the Mora High School Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2019. Coaches, community members or alumni graduated 2008 or prior may be nominated by Nov. 15. If you would like to nominate someone, need forms or more information contact Staci at snorby@gmail. com or contact the district office. OCTOBER MANY FACES OF VASALOPPET Vasaloppet volunteers from 1973 – current are invited to become part of a new sculpture. Schedule a time, 45 minute slots Monday through Thursday during the month of October, to have a life casting of your face, hands or hand print. Visit Vasaloppet. us to schedule a time and for a downloadable volunteer form. OCTOBER MANY FACES OF VASALOPPET Vasaloppet volunteers from 1973 – current are invited to become part of a new sculpture. Schedule a time, 45 minute slots Monday through Thursday during the month of October, to have a life casting of your face, hands or hand print. Visit Vasaloppet.us to schedule a time and for a downloadable volunteer form. OCT. 12 BRAHAM FIRE DEPARTMENT OPEN HOUSE The Braham Fire Department will host an open house from 3-7 p.m. Chili feed by freewill offering. Bake sale, tour the trucks and kids’ bouncy house events offered. Sportsman’s raffle tickets for sale. Raffle drawing at 6:30 p.m. OCT. 12 PCFTA GALLERY OPENING AND CREATIVE CANVAS Pine Center for the Arts’ next gallery exhibit, “Close to Simple,” an exhibit of photography and
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p.m. There will be two Sandhill Crane tours, one property tour, an archery range, mucking in the education pond, exhibitors, live animals and more. Some events may require registration. Call the visitor center at 715-463-2739 or visit crexmeadows.org for more information. OCT. 13 LEGOSPLUSFLAKES Teams of two or more are invited to combine talents to see what unique designs can be created using Legos & Brain Flakes at the Rush City Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Assemble a team of family and friends or let the library help fi nd a team. The Rush City Public Library is located at 240 W. 4th St. in the downtown area. For more information, visit ecrlib.org. OCT. 14 COMMUNITY CHOIR CONCERT A Community Choir Benefit Concert for the Mora Food Pantry will be presented at Grace Lutheran Church, 301 Forest Ave. E., Mora, at 4 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Come enjoy the choral and instrumental works in a musical program entitled, “Amen,” and share in a freewill offering for the Mora Food Pantry. OCT. 14 REFUGE NETWORK BREAKFAST A breakfast sponsored by the Knights of Columbus will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at the St. Mary’s Parish Center, 201 Forest Ave. E., Mora. Freewill offering received to help those suffering from domestic violence. All welcome. OCT. 14 PFLAG MEETING East Central MN Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays will meet at 4:30 p.m. at Common Ground, 404 North Cypress, Cambridge. Come if you are in need of support, wish
to support or have questions on LGBT issues. For more information call 320-272-0069 or visit ecmnpflag.org. OCT. 15 ADULT DROPIN CENTER The Adult Drop-in Center is for individuals 18 years of age or older who are living with mental illness and provides a place to spend time with peers in planned activities and groups. Staff assists with connecting clients to resources and services. The center is designed to seek and improve independent living skills, promote integration into the community and encourage healthy psychological functioning. Classes include illness management and recovery, art, bingo, cribbage, crafts, movies, cooking, nutrition and wellness. The center is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. five days a week at the following locations: Mondays: Grace Lutheran Church, 301 Forest Ave. E., Mora. Tuesdays: Trinity Lutheran Church, 735 2nd St. S.E., Milaca. Wednesdays: Maranatha Chisago Lakes Campus, 10963 Lake Blvd., Chisago City. Thursdays: Common Ground United Methodist Church, 404 Cypress St. N., Cambridge. Fridays: Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 825 Golf Ave. S. W., Pine City. OCT. 15 RED CROSS BLOOD/PLATELET DONATION Donors of all blood types are urged to give blood or platelets from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at SPIRE Credit Union, 112 S. Lake St., Mora. Appointments can be made by using the Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood. org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). Financial donations are also needed. Visiting RedCross.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the word FLORENCE to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
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60TH ANNIVERSARY OPEN OCT. 15 HOUSE NORTHERN EXPOSURE FOR DAVE AND MERLA PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Northern Exposure Photography Club meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Kanabec History Center, 805 Forest Ave. W., Mora. Tom Hawkins of the SMisle Club in Isle will present photo stacking. Members may submit up to two photos in the open category or in the interpretive category of abandoned buildings. Dave and Merla Berg are invit invitAnyone interested in photography is ing family and friends to join them welcome to come. in celebrating their 60th anniversary from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, OCT. 16 Oct. 27 at Kev’s Depot, Mora. CONGRESS COMES TO YOU Please, no cards or gifts. Come and U.S. Congressman Rick Nolan’s enjoy fellowship and a light lunch. staff (MN-08) will hold Congress Comes to You meetings from 11 OCT. 20 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Dala Apartments PERMIT TO CARRY CLASS Senior Dining, 470 Bean Ave., Almost Yours Gun and Pawn, 907 Mora and from 1-2 p.m. at Kanabec S. Union St., Mora, is holding a perCounty Courthouse, 18 N. Vine St., Room 5, Mora. Come discuss matters mit to carry class from 12:30-6 p.m. For information call 320-679-7296. of interest and importance to you. The full schedule can be viewed OCT. 20 online: http://nolan.house.gov/ POKEGAMA LAKE ASSOCIATION congress-comes-to-you-schedule. The monthly meeting of the Pokegama Lake Association will OCT. 16 be at 9 a.m. with coffee and rolls at JOLLY SENIORS 8:30 a.m. Prospective members are Potluck Lunch and Program The Jolly Seniors will meet at 11:00 welcome at 12965 Lake Line Road. a.m. for a potluck lunch and program Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 536 S. information. Union St., Mora. The entertainment OCT. 20 & 23 will be: “The Seldom Herd” (Pastor Dave Everson, Mike Norton and Dick SUNSET WITH THE SANDHILLS Meet at the visitor center at Lilienthal) A freewill offering will Crex Meadows in Grantsburg, be taken. If you have any questions, Wisconsin then carpool through please call Linda at 612-390-1651. the state wildlife area to watch the Sandhill Cranes fly in from their OCT. 17 daytime feeding grounds to their LUTEFISK AND MEATBALLS nightly roosting grounds from 5-7 The Mora Masonic Lodge will serve a lutefisk and Swedish meatball p.m. Registration is required and space is limited. Call 715-463-2739 dinner from 4-7 p.m. at the lodge, or visit crexmeadows.org for more 800 S. Union St., Mora. information. OCT. 17 OCT. 21 STAY FIT AS YOU AGE PC HISTORY ASSOCIATION Everyone is welcome to come The next meeting of the Pine City to the Eastwood Life Enrichment Area History Association will be Center in Mora to do some chair held at 2 p.m. in the meeting room exercises and see a presentation of the Pine City Public Library. The on the big screen about staying fit. topic will be “Arrowheads and what Refreshments will be served. they tell us.” Archaelogist Brian Klawiter will share a collection of OCT. 17 Pine City lithics. The public is invitSENIOR DANCING ed to bring items related to the topic Senior dancing, featuring music by Mike Elsenpeter, will take place at to share. Association memberships the Pine City American Legion from will also be available for purchase at this meeting. For more information 1 - 4 p.m. Emailrockcreekworks@ call 320-322-9208 or email pcahisgmail.com with any questions. email@example.com. OCT. 18 PINE CITY SENIOR DINING 55PLUS DRIVER IMPROVEMENT OCT. 15 19 The Seven County Senior FederaMonday: Ground beef stroganoff, tion will be offering a 55-plus Driver egg noodles, French cut green beans, Improvement Program (four hour dinner roll, ice cream refresher course) from 12-4 p.m. at Tuesday: Harvest Day- Roasted Eastwood Life Enrichment Center, 160 Valhalla Circle, Mora. There is a pork loin with baked apple slices, stuffi ng, roasted vegetable medley, cost. Preregistration is required. fresh baked mixed berry cobbler For more information or to Wednesday: Country fried steak, register, call April Barnick at 320whipped potatoes with gravy, squash, 679-4700. wheat bread, sliced pears Thursday: Meatloaf, scalloped OCT. 18 potatoes, wheat bead, pudding with OPERATION COMMUNITY CONNECT COAT DISTRIBUTION topping Friday: Roast turkey, whipped Coats will be distributed at the potatoes with gravy, country trio Operation Community Connect vegetables, wheat bread, Jello cake event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Cost is $4.00 for people over 60 Mora Elementary School, 200 N. 9th and $7.50 for under 60. No preregSt., Mora, on a first come fi rst serve istration needed, except for special basis until supply is gone. events. Call the Pine City Senior Center at 320-629-3024 between OCT. 19 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. BATS Bats, a free, fun and educational MORA SENIOR DINING event about these misunderstood Location: Dala Apartments - 470 flying friends, will be held at 10 a.m. at Eastwood Life Enrichment Center, Bean Ave. Mora Monday, Oct. 15: Ground beef 160 Valhalla Circle, Mora. All are stroganoff, egg noodles, French cut welcome. Refreshments served. green beans, dinner roll, ice cream. Tuesday, Oct. 16: Harvest Day: OCT. 19 Roasted pork loin with baked apple RED CROSS slices, stuffi ng, roasted vegetable BLOOD/PLATELET DONATION medley, fresh baked mixed berry Donors of all blood types are urged to give blood or platelets from cobbler. Wednesday, Oct. 17: Country 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at First Citizens Bank, 730 Forest Ave. E., Mora. Ap- fried steak, whipped potatoes with pointments can be made by using the gravy, squash, wheat bread, pears. Thursday, Oct. 18: Meatloaf, scalBlood Donor App, visiting RedCrossloped potatoes, peas, wheat bread, Blood.org or calling 1-800-RED pudding with topping CROSS (1-800-733-2767). Friday, Oct. 19: Roast turkey, Financial donations are also needed. Visiting RedCross.org, call- whipped potatoes with gravy, ing 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the country trio vegetables, wheat bread, word FLORENCE to 90999 to make a Jell-o cake. Note: Senior Dining is for $10 donation. persons 60 - plus, Ogilvie Senior Dining is served Mondays and Wednesdays (same entrées served at both locations) at the Ogilvie Civic Center. 1% milk is served with meal. Menu subject to change. Suggested contribution for persons 60-plus and volunteers is $7.75 - $4.00. No registered guest 60-plus is denied a meal based on their ability to pay. Guests under 60 pay $7.75.
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DEC. 28 DENTAL CLINIC KANABEC COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH Children’s Dental Services will be providing dental services for individuals age 0-26 and pregnant women at Kanabec County Community Health, 905 Forest Ave. E., Mora (320-679-6330). To set up a service contact with CDS call toll free 1-866-543-6009.
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NOV. 14 SENIOR CITIZEN’S DANCE Fish Lake Resort, 674 Fish Lake Dr., Mora, will host a Senior Citizens’ Dance from 1 to 4 p.m. Music will be by Jerry Bierschbach. Lunch will be served.
DEC 5 LUTEFISK AND SWEDISH MEATBALLS The Mora Masonic Lodge will serve a lutefisk and Swedish meatball dinner from 4-7 p.m. at the lodge, 800 S. Union St., Mora.
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1. Kidnapping victim escapes moving car; investigation ongoing: A St. Cloud man was able to escape his kidnappers by jumping from the trunk of a moving vehicle on Sunday, Sept. 23, in Kanabec County. The event is still under investigation but it appears the victim may have been lured through social media. (8,063 pageviews)
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2. Ogilvie superintendent on administrative leave: The Ogilvie School District appears to be in a state of confusion and frustration in the wake of the sudden leave of Superintendent Kathy Belsheim. (804 pageviews) 3. Jake L. Villa Obituary: Jake Lee Villa, of Ogilvie, died on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 after a workplace accident in Minneapolis. He was 28 years old. (201 pageviews) Are you a current print subscriber? Your subscription includes complimentary access all of the Times digital content. To access it, go to www.MoraMinn.com. Sign in or create an account. Select “Subscribe” in the top left corner. Choose “Online access for current print subscribers - Get Started” and follow the on screen instructions.
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159 HEALTH CARE East Central A u d i o l o g y Audiology and hearing aid care. Cambridge 763-689-2121.
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Alterations and clothing repairs, 25 years experience. 320-3964152 Contact Rosemary. Braham Dave's Garage Door service. Spring replacement, servicing, doors, and openers. (763)286-3002. 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 the Isanti- Chisago County STA R.
Our newspaper has end rolls for sale! These 33” 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 cents 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.
112 TREE SERVICE Stump/tree removal to fit budget. Precise and lawn friendly since 1997, 320-679-5253. PLACE A CLASSIFIED TODAY.
201 DAY CARE Deb's Tiny Tots experience. Infant thru school ages. Certified CPR/First Aid. Braham. 763-333-4990. Full-Time Daycare openings in Ogilvie. Call Lila 763-2457999. Licensed In-Home Child Care opening October 22, 2018. Now enrolling all ages. Call me for more information 763-370-2147 (Jessica).
301 FARM MISC. MISC. White Oak: 1 3/4”x 6”, 8”, 10”x8 ft. 4”x4” x 8 ft. $1.10/BF 320-679-3741.
302 FEED/ SEED/HAY Buying hay every day, Sandstone, Finlayson, Hinckley area. 612-369-3063, 612-987-2829.
305 PETS/ SUPPLIES
REWARD! Lost female Orange Poodle, 7” tall. Picked up 8/13/18. Please call with any information. (612) 804-5555 Dog & Puppy Training Classes, Cambridge. Rogues and Rascals. 763-689-8940.
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305 PETS/ SUPPLIES Pet Sitting & Hobby Farm Care. Booking Holidays Now! Rogues and Rascals. (763) 689-8940 PUPPIES WORKING REGISTERED SMOOTH COAT BORDER COLLIE X PUREBRED BLUE HEELER 3 MALES $250.00 TO GOOD HOMES ONLY 763-213-5822
355 HOUSEHOLD For Sale: Reconditioned washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Rick's Home Furnishings 320-679-4047.
358 FIREWOOD 20 ft. pole-length basswood, 5 cord load, $450 delivered. Outdoor stove wood 320-679-1815 22 in. heavy split basswood. 3 cord loads, $420 delivered. Outdoor stove wood 320-679-1815 5 cord loads. 20 foot pole length firewood. $575 delivered within 25 miles radius of Mora. 320-679-1815 Dry oak firewood. $130 pickup load. Boiler oak cut and split $175/cord. Free local delivery. 320241-6983. Softwood 16" block $100/cord; hardwood 16" block $200/cord; both 2 yr dry. Call Loran at 320-216-5813 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.
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SEEKING BIDS FOR SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES at their Central Office Facility located at 1700 Maple Avenue East, Mora, MN 55051 Preference for snow removal to be completed by 7:30am Monday through Friday and on Saturdays during tax season. Proof of liability insurance must be provided if selected. Questions and bids should be directed to Denise Stewart. Submit proposals for consideration no later than 4:30pm on October 19, 2018 by mail, fax: 320-679-4139 or email: email@example.com.
Lakes and Pines is an equal opportunity employer/contractor.
362 MISC. FOR SALE:
Outside wood boiler
4 ft. wood & Heritage wood pellet stove, 5 years old, glass door, new $2,500 sell $500 each; 16’ utility trailer with side & fold down ramp, 500 lb. axle, like new $1,000. 320-679-3267
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401 AUCTION CALENDAR Sun., Oct. 14, 11 a.m. Lois Welsh Pesonal Property Auction. Located 22556 480th St., McGregor, MN. Directions: From McGregor, go north on Hwy 65 for 7 miles, then left at Sather's Store on Cty Rd. 3 or 480th St. for 2 miles or from Palisade, MN go east on Cty Rd. 3 or 480th St. for 7.5 miles. Watch for signs. Vehicles, boating related, ATV, spear house, lawn & garden, trailer garage tools & related, firearms & related, items of interest, household & related. Janzen Auction. Auctioneers: Bob Janzen, Lic. #01-14; Jeremy Janzen, Lic. #01-10; Dallas Smith, Lic. #01-41; Dan Masloski, Lic. #02-111. 218-927-4488 jerjanzen77@gmail. com www.midwest auctions.com/janzen Sat., Oct. 13, 10 a.m. Auction, Brian & Marles Heruth, owners. Located 1 mile west of Hwy. 65 on Cty. Rd. 5 to Cty. Rd. 23, south 1 mile to 100 279th Ave. NE, Isanti. Antiques & collectibles, shop & outdoor, household, autos for parts, firearms & sporting goods, radio control cars, other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. Bostrom's Auction. Auctioneers: Lyle Bostrom, Lic. #30-29, 612-270-6395; Nathan Bostrom, Lic. #30-47, 763-286-6840; Jeff Nosbusch, Lic. #3043; Cullen Bartz, Lic. #30-48. Bostrom's Auctions, clerk. www. bostromsauctions.com
401 AUCTION CALENDAR Thurs., Oct. 25 10 a.m. Milaca Area Auction. Ron & Pat Wilken owners. Located 12131 160th Street, Milaca, MN 56353. From the junction of Hwys. 169 & 23 in Milaca go north on 169 1 ½ miles to Cty. Rd. 9/160th St., then west ½ mile to auction site. Or, from the stoplight in Milaca go north on Central Ave./36 two miles to Cty. Rd. 9/160th St. then west ¼ mile to auction site. Tractor, machinery, lawn & garden equipment, construction tools & shop equipment, trailers, antiques, collectibles, miscellaneous & household items. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, Auctioneer Lic. #48-16-016. 320-267-1799 midwestauctions.com/ siemers Sat., Oct. 13, 10 a.m. Auction. Estate of Roger Boie. Located at 1033 Regent St., Braham, MN 55006. North of Braham, MN on Hwy 107 to east on Hwy 70, then south on Regent St., or from I35 take Rock Creek/Hwy70 exit west to Regent Street. Follow signs. Tractors & equipment, vehicles, trucks, grove machinery, gates, shop tools, construction & building materials, scrap iron & iron, farm collectibles & antiques, misc. Smiths Auction, Auctioneers: Stephen W. Smith, Lic. #30-37; Joshua W. Smith, Lic. #02149; Smiths Auction, Clerk. 320-396-2621/ 763-434-4038. smithsauction.com Sat., Oct. 13, 9 a.m. Aitkin Indoor Auction. Located at Janzen Auction Building, 1 mile west of stoplights in Aitkin on Hwy. 210. Building is next to 40 Club. Watch for signs. Selling in two rings the majority of the day. Cabin to be moved located at 34971 444th Place, Aitkin, vehicles, tractors & related, boating & related, ATVs & trailer related, lawn & garden, firearms & related, garage & related, sporting goods, fish house, furniture & household related, items of interest. Janzen Auction. Auctioneers: Bob Janzen, Lic. #01-14; Jeremy Janzen, Lic. #01-10; Dallas Smith, Lic. #0141; Dan Masloski, Lic. #02-111. jerjanzen77@gmail. com 218-927-4488. www.midwest auction s.com/janzen 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 320-322-5243 or www.pinecitymn.com
401 AUCTION CALENDAR Saturday, October 20 10 a.m. - Harvest Christian School Fall Auction–Sandstone Rider's Horse Grounds-52820 County Hwy 61, Sandstone, Sporting Items/Guns: 1969 Crestliner boat w/1980 140hp Johnson motor w/trailer, 06 Suzuki M109R motorcycle, Duck & Goose decoys (40+); Autos: 03 Honda Accord, 2 dr auto, 02 Buick Rendezvous; Misc. Items: John Deere garden cart, Igloo dog houses (6), snow blowers (4); Antiques/Collectibles: Horse drawn buggy, 1939 cement mixer w/hit miss motor, antique blue canning jars (1 doz); Agricultural/Construction: Gehl 5635 skid loader, SXT series 2, low hours, New Holland LS170 skid loader (1,800 hrs), 2015 PJ gooseneck trailer, 20+4, w/3 ramps; Auction Terms: cash or good check. Everything sold “as is”. Auctioneer: Doug Maser, Lic. #3324MN, 320-630-6651, firstname.lastname@example.org Sun., Oct. 14, 12:02 p.m. Auction. Pierre and Roxanne Santele, owners. Located at 1423 Hwy. 65, Mora, MN 55051. Approx. 5 miles south of Mora. 1997 Dodge one-ton P.U., diesel turbo, 103,000 miles, duals. 4 tractors, 3-pt. equip, tools and lawn items, trailers, livestock equip., like new saddles, 2 22 cal. twenty twos, very old, household and misc. items. Attend early. Auctions By Norby, Col. Kevin C. Norby, auctioneer. Lic. #33-03. www.nor bys.net 320-279-0712 Sun., Oct. 14,12:02 p.m. Crazy Ladies House. Unique live auction event. Located at 1423 Hwy. 65, Mora, MN. (Approx. 5 miles south of Mora). 1990 Saab convertible with 4 new tires, juke box, display items, decore, parade trailer, display hutches, tables, stand, retail items, misc. Crazy Ladies House of business; other buildings to be moved. Auctions By Norby, Col. Kevin C. Norby, auctioneer. Lic.#33-03. www.norbys.net 320-279-0712
401 AUCTION CALENDAR Sun., Oct., 21, 1 p.m. Auction. Greg & Ann Carlson, owners. Located at 37395 Tulip St. NW, Stanchfield, MN. Just south of Dalbo on Hwy. 47 to east on 377th Ave. NW, (Isanti Cty. Rd. 41), approx. 2 miles. Follow signs. Tractor, sporting, hunting, decoys, collectibles, artwork, firearms, more sporting, furniture, more interesting items. Smiths Auction. Auctioneers: Stephen W. Smith, Lic. #30-37; Joshua W. Smith, Lic. #02-149. Smiths Auction, Clerk. 320-396-2621/ 763-434-4038 smithsauction.com Tues., Oct. 23, 10 a.m. Moving Auction. Sue Radke & Larry Hendershot, owners. Located at 36374 Nature Ave., Aitkin, MN 56431. Just south of Kimberly, MN on CR 53, 2 miles, or from Aitkin, MN, south on Hwy. 47, 8 miles to Cty. Rd. 4 and E 3 miles to Dam Lake Rd. (Cty. Rd 53) then north 2 ½ miles, or from McGregor, MN, Hwy. 210, 10 miles west to Cty. Rd. 5, and south 7 miles to site. Pickups, yard & shop, firearms & sporting, 2012 Polaris Sportsman 400 HD wheeler, Nitro 185 Sport Deluxe fiberglass fishing boat and collectibles. Reinhardt Auction Service. Auctioneers: Steve Reinhardt, Lic. #0112; Carol Reinhardt, Lic. #01-15. 218-845-2260 www.reinhardtauction s.com
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Agency Receptionist/Secretary Lakes and Pines CAC, a private non-profit organization, is seeking an energetic, positive and friendly professional to meet and greet our clients and assist the Administration Department in clerical duties. The preferred candidate will be able to demonstrate: the ability to be friendly and courteous in person and on the telephone; experience working with multi-line phones and mail systems; computer use proficiency, including Microsoft Office with Publisher; efficient typing skills; experience with standard office machines; the ability to work with a diverse population and maintain confidentiality. Attention to detail and strong organization skills are a must for this position. High School Diploma or GED with a minimum of two years office experience required. Full Time Position with Benefit Package. $16.02 - $16.66/hr., starting salary depending on qualifications. For information or application please contact Lakes and Pines C.A.C., Inc. Reasonable accommodations made upon request. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Lakes and Pines is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 1700 Maple Avenue East, Mora, MN. 55051; 320/679-1800 or www.lakesandpines.org. Application deadline is: 12:00 p.m., Monday, October 22, 2018. Applicants must complete Agency’s Employment Application for employment consideration. Lakes and Pines is an equal opportunity employer/contractor.
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Progressive Living Solutions is a local North Branch residential adult foster care provider supporting high functioning adults with mental illness and other disabilities. Looking for kind and caring staff to assist us in our supportive, fun, and laid-back social environment. No physical cares or restraining actions required. Offering a competitive hourly wage, paid training, annual bonus, and a $500.00 new hire bonus. Now hiring for 3:00pm – 10:15pm Direct Care positions and 10:00pm – 7:30am Awake Overnight positions with rotating weekends. Please call to discuss this opportunity! (651) 277 - 7777
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Teller Supervisor First Citizens Bank is accepting applications for a full-time Teller Supervisor position at our Mora, MN office. Duties will include a variety of Teller supervisory and scheduling duties, cash management responsibilities and customer service functions. The successful candidate will have at least two years of Teller experience, possess above average communication, mathematics, and computer skills as well as excellent organizational and customer service skills. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required with post-secondary education and prior supervision experience preferred. Interested qualified candidates should complete and submit an online application located on our website www.myfcb.bank or send along with their resume to: First Citizens Bank Attn: Human Resources 2601 Fourth Street SW, Mason City, IA 50401
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Positions Open ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY I - CRIMINAL Administers and enforces the laws of the State of Minnesota and its political subdivisions. The attorney in this position may be assigned to prosecute all levels of crime committed in Chisago County, including misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor and felony matters, as well as traffic and other petty misdemeanor offenses. The attorney will possess a working knowledge of the law and will exercise independent judgment to reach just and equitable outcomes, while upholding the laws and Constitutions of the State of Minnesota and United States of America. The attorney will be expected to manage a full case load by reviewing reports for charging; drafting criminal complaints and other legal documents; performing legal research; and appearing on behalf of the State at preliminary hearings, jury and/or court trials and other contested hearings. Graduation from an accredited law school with a JD degree and admission to the Bar of the State of MN. 1-3 years experience as a practicing attorney, preferably as a prosecutor or in other areas related to criminal law or the public sector. (Other related experience may be considered in lieu of length of time as practicing attorney if directly related to criminal prosecution or the criminal justice system in Minnesota.) $67,309 TO $91.104 DOQ. Apply at www.chisagocounty.us. Deadline 10/26/2018. Resume required. ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY – CIVIL We are seeking to fill this position January 1, 2019 The attorney in this position will be assigned to the Civil Division and will primarily handle child protection-related matters, particularly Children In need of Protection or Services (CHIPS), termination of parental rights (TPR), and related matters and administrative hearings. The attorney may also be asked to handle a variety of other civil matters. The attorney will possess a working knowledge of the law and will exercise independent judgment to reach just and equitable outcomes, while adhering to the laws and upholding the Constitutions of the State of Minnesota and United States of America. The attorney will be expected to manage a full caseload regarding the health, safety and welfare of children coming to the attention of Chisago County Health and Human Services. Graduation from an accredited law school with a JD degree and admission to the Bar of the State of MN. 1-3 years experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in areas of civil-juvenile law in the public Sector. (Other related experience may be considered in lieu of length of time as practicing attorney if directly related to CHIPS or the criminal justice system in Minnesota.) $67,309 TO $91.104 DOQ. Apply at www.chisagocounty.us. Deadline 10/26/2018. Resume required.
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Fiscal Operations Representative This position will conduct data analysis, contracting and grants management services and facilitate special projects of interest within Health and Human Services. You will act as the claims and payments resource and collect money for all areas of potential agency claims. You will negotiate various contracts on behalf of Chisago County with vendors. Bachelors in Business Mgmt, or Public Health or Human Services. 4 years’ experience. We prefer a Master’s Degree. Deadline to apply is October 12, 2018. Apply at: http//agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm. Click on Job Posting 245-OC. You must test by midnight on October 14, 2018 to qualify.
Isanti County Families Need YOU As a Head Start Family Advocate you will Connect with parents and provide referrals and resources to community organizations based on families’ needs. Support and assist parents in crisis situations. Be active and visible in the community by conducting outreach activities to communicate the benefits and services of Head Start to individuals and community groups in an effort to market the Program and recruit eligible families. Conduct home visits and facilitate parent groups at socializations. We are excited to oﬀer you $13.75/hour. Medical, dental and life insurance. Retirement with 5% match. Vacation and sick leave. 12 paid holidays per year (including 1 floating holiday). Work mileage reimbursement at the current government rate. Education reimbursement opportunities for approved education plans and also offers many professional development opportunities. Qualiﬁcations High School Diploma or equivalency required. Must be willing and able to enroll in a certificate or degree program related to social, human, or family services if not possessed and must complete within one year of hire – Lakes and Pines provides training opportunities to fulfill this requirement. 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. All applicants are required to complete an agency application. Application deadline is October 26, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
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