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The American Legion Post #201, DAV Chapter #4 and the Kanabec County Veterans Service Office would like to thank the following for making our “Bringing the Past & Present Together” event possible Gold Sponsors:

Bronze Sponsors:

First Citizens Bank Neighborhood National Bank City of Mora PUC of Mora Onamia Vets Club Mora Lions Club DAV Chapter #4 DAV Chapter #18

Military Order of the Cooties P.T. 99 SPIRE Credit Union Todd & Debbie Holmes John Alhgren Law Office Fedder Motors Heggernes Agency Wallick VFW Post 4118 Northview Bank Members Credit Union Paul Strunge Auction Service Jennifer’s Salon Ralph & Kathy Lick Mora Chevrolet-Buick Donna Novak Fred Sawatsky & Robin Riley Made of Mora Immanuel Lutheran Church K&R Meats Downtown Barbers The Lilyerd Family Kurt Robinson Alex Pautzke Kanabec County Fair Board Kanabec County 4-H James Ingraham Wes Arends Florella Buck Dennis Olson Rick Marcy Kelli Maag Katie Heggernes

Silver Sponsors: Braham VFW Post 1731 Rum River VFW Post 2735 East Central Chapter VVA 684 Families of the Mora Area Fire Department Coborns Pine Technical College Ogilvie Lions Town & Country Insurance VFW Post 6692 VFW Post 4258

To our vendors who donated their time to provide outreach and resources to our veterans and families: Project New Hope St Cloud VA American Legion Auxiliary Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Veterans Voices Cruise for Troops Fishing with Vets Elizabeth Dole Foundation, Hidden Heroes Lakes and Pines MAC-V Military Mobile Museum MN Military Museum Tom Newman Peggy Moon Commissioner Larry Shellito Mark Aberle Love the Journey Canvas Health-Natalie Matthewson Chuck Hurd-Kanabec County Mental Health S.A.C.K. Coordinator Patti Miller Mora Bakery New Generation Bakery Roberta Haight Pizza Hut Crystal Bar & Grill

A special thank you to all the motorcycle riders who participated in the escort on Wednesday, August 1st, and Mark Skurdsvold for organizing the event! To all the veterans and families who helped with the event, we could not have done this without your support, man-power and volunteer hours. We are blessed by the support of our community! And a final thank you, to all who have served and are serving; our gratitude cannot be expressed in words. God Bless!

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NOWSEPT. 28 GRANTEE ART SHOW The East Central Regional Arts Council will be hosting the Grantee Art Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays, now through Sept. 28 at ECRAC, 112 Main Ave. S., Braham. For more information go to www.ecrac.org.

AUG. 10 & 11 QUARRY DAYS Sandstone’s Quarry Days are Friday and Saturday, Aug. 10 and 11 beginning at noon Friday with bingo. The Miss Sandstone Royalty Pageant will take place at 6 p.m. at Train Park. Bjerke Unplugged and the Fish Tone Rockers will perform at the band shell at 8:30 p.m. Saturday’s Kiddie Parade is at 9:30 a.m. followed by the Quarry Days Parade at 10:30 a.m. and Outhouse Races start at 1 p.m. on Main Street. There will be music, food, kids activities, a street dance at 8 p.m. and more. For a full schedule of times and events visit sandstone.govoffice. com or fi nd Quarry Days on Facebook.

AUG. 9 12 ST. CROIX STATE PARK WEEKEND St. Croix State Park welcomes the public to see exhibits and get free check-outs including birding or fishing kits, GPS units and library books. Adults can carve a wooden spoon on Thursday, Aug. 9 at 1 p.m. On Friday, Aug. 10 learn geocaching at 1 p.m. inside the St. Croix Lodge. At 4 p.m. participate in “Archery in the Park.” On Saturday, Aug. 11 at 11 a.m. learn how to start a fire without lighter fluid. At 4 p.m. come “Fish with the Ranger” at St. John’s Landing. On Sunday, Aug. 12 learn

AUG. 11 CLASSIC CAR SHOW AND STREET DANCE Mora Area Chamber of Commerce and the East Central MN Studebaker Driver’s Club hosts their second annual car show and dance starting at 3:30 p.m. at Downtown Mora- Railroad Ave. S. and Union Street. Beer garden, bean bag tournament and music by Jack Knife and The Sharps from 7-11 p.m. For more information contact Karen@MoraMN.com for online car registration visit MoraMN.com. AUG. 11 MORA CLASS OF 1965 REUNION The Mora High School class of 1965 will hold a reunion from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Kev’s Depot, 118 Railroad Ave. N.E., Mora.

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HINCKLEY/KROSCHEL AREA AUCTION Sunday, August 19, 2018 • 11:45 a.m. SALE LOCATION - 3358 Uniform St., Hinckley, MN 55037 • Lunch sold on grounds Directions: I-35 Hinckley go west 6 blocks to Hwy 61, go north 6 blocks to Dahl Rd., go west 8 miles to Ct Rd. 20, go north and east then north about 5 mile to 340th Avenue, go west about 1.5 miles to Uniform, go south to sale site - watch for auction arrows.

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TRACTOR, LAWN & GARDEN

27 ft. 12 ton 5th wheel tandem axle trailer with 5 ft. beaver tail and ramps, 16 inch tires, wood deck 1994 model. 7 ft. x 14 ft. trailer with tandem axle, ball hitch, 16 inch tires, shelving inside appears to be stainless steel panel walls. Royal 6 ft. x 12 ft. enclosed trailer with drop load door on back, 15inch tire single axle 2007 model. 1992 Chevy Silverado ext. cab, short box, V-8 350 automatic 4x4 with Meyer’s snow plow about 7-1/2 ft. Star Craft 14 ft. aluminum boat and trailer with 7.5 hp Mercury, trailer has 13 inch tires. 5th hitch plate B & W brand with adapter, trailer lights. 8x10 fish house on steel skid runners, custom built has propane wall heat, fully wired, 3 holes, Knotty pine insulated. Fishing rods and reels and fishing tackle, Ice fishing tent, just like new.

Case 400 wide front tractor, gas with 3 point all hydraulic loader to fit Case tractor, 7 ft. King Kutter back blade 3 point, MTD 14.5 hp 42 inch riding mower, 8 hp MTD snow blower, Echo 225 gas weed trimmer, lawn and garden tools, Weber propane or charcoal grill, nice shape, aluminum loading ramp set.

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Nice queen size bed with matching chest of drawers and armoire, single bed complete, futon couch wildlife print, shelving and small household cabinets, electric clothes dryer, small household appliances, Hair brand apartment size electric refrigerator and other household items too numerous to mention.

ROLL OFF & BOXES 5th wheel roll off trailer with 5 hp Honda engine run hydraulic to winch 3 - 10 yd. roll off boxes to fit roll off trailer, 1- 6 yd. roll off box to fit roll off trailer, look at photos online - these were custom built - runners measure about 47 inch apart.

SHOP TOOLS Small tank - oxygen/acetylene torch set on cart, 225 amp Lincoln a/c welder just like new, cordless rechargeable grease gun, Implement jacks and handy man jacks, Makita Sawzall, 6 inch Terratek bench grinder, socket sets of all sizes, pliers, vise grips, crescent wrenches, open end wrenches, hammers, mauls, other misc. hand tools, Skill saws, electric drills, Dewalt cordless drill, 2 wheel dolly, hammers, receiver hitch adapters, Kennedy base cabinet tool box on rollers, other tool boxes, steel pulley with hook, oils, greases, nuts and bolts, shop shelving, 2.5 hp 30 gallon upright portable air compressor, 1-1/2 inch to 2-1/2 inch open end wrench set, double work lights on stand, Black and Decker belt sander, shop vacs of all sizes, log chains, load binders, ratcheting load straps, tow ropes, pipe jacks, 35,000 btu lp torpedo heater, other shop items too numerous to mention. Auctioneer’s note: - Nice Case tractor, roll off boxes and trailer - nice Sunday afternoon sale. Any questions or to view any items prior to sale, call Doug: 320-630-6651.

AL GREWIE, OWNER AUCTION TERMS: Cash or good check. Everything sold “as is.” Everything must be settled for before being removed from the premises, bidding by numbers only. Buyers are responsible for the items they purchase. Statements made the day of auction take precedence over all printed material. Owners not responsible for accidents. Auctioneer: Doug Maser, #33-24, 320-630-6651 View photos online at: www.amazingauctions.us • www.midwestauctions.com Click on Amazing Auctions

FINLAYSON/PINE LAKE AREA AUCTION Saturday, August 18, 2018 • 10:00 a.m. SALE LOCATION - 11500 110th Avenue, Finlayson, MN 55735 • Lunch sold on grounds Directions: From I-35 Finlayson MN exit, go west to Hwy 18/61, go North to Hwy 18, continue west about 7.25 miles to Ct Rd. 37, go West to T in road, go south west, continue to 11th Avenue to sale site.

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Computer cabinet, work station, Cannon Image C-3200 copier commercial grade color, entertainment center, totes of all sizes and shapes, shelving, NSF approved shelving, Artic air commercial refrigerator, commercial mop bucket on wheels, GE chest freezer 10 cu ft., magnifying adjustable lamps, glass window block, storage totes, more items too numerous to mention.

SHOP TOOLS Open end wrenches 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 inch socket sets, hammers, screw drivers, porter cable 150 psi electric pancake air compressor, 18 volt Dewalt cordless drills, Dewalt screw gun, Bostitch air nailers of all sizes, porta cable trim air nailer, snap ring kit, Milwaukee 3/8 electric drill, Bosch worm drive skill saw, pop rivet tool, roto zip tool, 4 inch Ryobi grinder, Remington cement pin nailer, Bosch sds, S-4 hammer drill, Dewalt 18 volt cordless trim saw, Hitachi sawzall, roller stands, moving dolly carts, air stapler, Bosch jig saw, steel moving carts, Rubbermaid moving cart, Kobalt and Huskie tool boxes, electric cords, garden hose, scooter board creeper, variety of ladders, stools, cap spray 9100 hvlp Sherwin Williams paint spray with gun and hose, 6 inch Ryobi bench grinder, Craftsman 110 - 100 ac welder, 12 volt 700 amp to 110 volt convertor with 2 marine battery’s on cart, Devilbiss air tool set, levels, drill bits, bit tip sets, Fostner bits, numerous electrical supplies, plumbing supplies, nut and bolt bins, fasteners of all kinds, air hoses, retractable air hoses, nuts and bolts and assorted fasteners, antifatigue rubber mats, tool belts, steel commercial shelving, shop vacs of all sizes, ramps, assorted jacks, saw horses, Appliance dolly.

WOODWORKING TOOLS 2- 18 inch Delta scroll saws on nice stands, Milwaukee router and case, Delta

10 inch radial arm saw with electric brake has extended table, Woodtech belt sander with belts, model sku 876789 vertical or horizontal 2 hp 6 inch belt type assortment of sanding belts, Woodmaster drum sander model 2675, 7 inch wet tile saw, Grizzly router table with Porter cable router, Echo dust collector model ufo102b, Reliant dust collector system with bags model 620 Frued dado blade set, 2 inch belt and 4 inch flat sander Craftsman, wood sanders of all types and sizes, wood planes, wood clamps of all types and sizes wood clamp rack.

FIREARMS STORED OFF-SITE UNTIL DAY OF SALE: Marlin 30-30 lever action model 336 with 3x9 scope, Glenfield model 60 22 with 3x9 scope.

LAWN AND GARDEN ITEMS Lawn and garden tools, Echo gas chain saw, Poulan gas chain saw, electric chain saw, Poulan leaf blower gas, gas cans, 2200 psi gas engine pressure washer, Yard Man 20 hp 46 inch cut rider, 8hp MTD snow blower, EZ up canopy tent, Powermate 2 inch trash pump with Honda 120 engine and hoses very clean, Fs 90 Stihl weed trimmer, Remington gas weed whip, Coleman small bottle lp lantern, Igloo large water dispenser, Igloo large coolers, 46” lawn/grass sweeper.

VAN 1997 Ford E-350 extended conversion van with 7.3 power stroke diesel engine has 2 inch hitch with about 480k miles runs has some rust. Auctioneer’s note: - Nice woodworking and shop tools and a good work van, look at all the photos online at Midwestauctions.com and amazingauctions.us If you have questions or want to preview anything give Doug a call: 320-630-6651. Hope to see you at this live onsite sale - Doug

SUE - (AL) GAMAUF, OWNERS AUCTION TERMS: Cash or good check. Everything sold “as is.” Everything must be settled for before being removed from the premises, bidding by numbers only. Buyers are responsible for the items they purchase. Statements made the day of auction take precedence over all printed material. Owners not responsible for accidents. Auctioneer: Doug Maser, #33-24, 320-630-6651 View photos online at: www.amazingauctions.us • www.midwestauctions.com Click on Amazing Auctions


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AUG. 16 POSITIVITY IN THE PARK SACK is sponsoring Positivity in the Park activities at sunset. Outdoor movie- Family friendly movie, SACK backpacks and other giveaways. All are welcome to this free event. AUG. 16 ADULT DAY BREAK Adult Day Break, a free service to give caregivers a break, takes place the first and third Thursdays of every month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Pine City. Games, crafts, bingo and a light lunch will be provided by volunteers Thursday, Aug. 16. For more information or to sign up a care receiver, call Colleen Gallus at 320-629-7145. AUG. 17 DUCK BANDING AT CREX Those ages 8 and up are invited to help wildlife technicians capture, band and release local ducks at Crex Meadows in Grantsburg, Wisconsin, on Friday, Aug. 17 from 6-8 p.m. Beginning at the visitor center, participants will receive instructions, then carpool to the banding site. Preregistration is required and space is limited; visit www.crexmeadows. org or call 715-463-2739. AUG. 17 & 18 BAKER STREET IRREGULARS PERFORMANCE AT THE FUR POST The Baker Street Irregulars will be performing The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard at the Snake River Fur Post, Pine City, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17

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AUG. 19 MILLE LACS INDIAN MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE AND FUN RUN Explore the Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post, 43411 Oodena Dr., Onamia, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission. Head to the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe’s 52nd annual Powwow and join the one-mile Fun Run. Run or walk to claim a free t-shirt. Registration begins at 9 a.m. on the powwow grounds. Contact 320-532-3632 or millelacs@mnhs.org for more information. AUG. 19 CORN FEED AND AUCTION Brunswick Immanuel Lutheran Church, 2088 MN-70, Mora, will host a corn feed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and a live auction beginning at noon.

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AUG. 19 STOFFEL FAMILY MUSEUM The Stoffel Family Memorabilia Museum will welcome visitors from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19. The museum is located on Emerald Road, one mile south of WCMP and the Snake River Fur Post. For further information call 320-629-3219 or email pixleym@juno.com.

AUG. 24 DONATE SCHOOL SUPPLIES The Pine County Sheriff ’s Office and Jail are challenging each other to collect the most school supplies to be donated to all schools in Pine County through Aug. 24. Donations may be dropped off at 635 Northridge Drive NW, Pine City, suite 100 for the Sheriff ’s Office and suite 130 for the Jail. Monetary donations are also welcome.

AUG. 20 NORTHERN EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Northern Exposure Photography Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Kanabec History Center, 805 Forest Ave. W., Mora. Don Kaddatz will discuss exposure compensation and white balance. Members may submit up to two photos in the

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JOE AND CAROL LUTZ CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Longtime Mora High School Athletic Administrator, Joe Lutz, and his wife, Carol, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Aug. 5, 2018. It was held in the club room of the retirement complex, St. Therese at Oxbow Lake, 5300 Oak Grove Parkway North, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443, where they now reside in Apartment 226. After residing in Mora for 62 years, Joe and Carol moved to the St. Therese complex in November 2017, to be closer to their children. Joe spent 34 years at Mora High School in athletics and administration and Carol was in clerical work for 13 years in the school system. After retirement, they divided their residence between Mora and Mesa, Arizona for 25 years. 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Costumed interpreters and hands-on activities will teach children about the values of trade goods and pelts, the canoe routes used by traders and the roles of the different groups who came together in the fur trade. For cost or information call 320-629-6356 or email: furpost@ mnhs.org. AUG. 28 ONEONONE COMPUTER HELP Need help setting up an email account, using Microsoft Word, navigating the Internet or another basic computer task? The Hinckley Public Library is offering one-onone computer assistance sessions for adults from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28. To schedule a 15 minute appointment, call 320-384-6351 or drop by the Hinckley Library at 106 First St. SE. Walk-ins are allowed if space is available. MORA SENIOR DINING LOCATION: DALA APART MENTS  470 BEAN AVE. MORA Monday, Aug. 13: Chicken tetrazzini, candied sweet potatoes, fresh veggies with ranch dip, wheat dinner roll, pudding. Tuesday, Aug. 14: Roast turkey, whipped potatoes with gravy, country trio veggies, wheat bread, chocolate chip cookie. Wednesday, Aug. 15: Beef tips in gravy, egg noodles, French cut green beans, lettuce salad, rainbow dessert. Thursday, Aug. 16: Pulled pork on a bun, BBQ sauce on side, hash browns, marinated coleslaw, apple cake. Friday, Aug. 17: Porcupine meatballs, baked potato with sour cream, peas in cream sauce, wheat dinner roll, Mandarin oranges. Note: Senior Dining is for persons 60 - plus, Ogilvie Senior Dining is served on Mondays and Wednesdays (same entrées

THANK YOU How does one even begin to express their gratitude to the ones who choose to put their lives on the line everyday? The ones that go running into a fi re when everyone else is running out. The ones that give up time with their family to help yours and mine. Thank you to the Rush City, Braham, Pine City and Harris fire departments for doing exactly that. Your courage, hard work and selflessness will never go unnoticed by us. While we may have lost a home, we know that we will never lose the support of our community. A special thank you to Chief Bob Carlson. Thank you fi remen, Patrick Blatz, Abby Kloos and the Blatz family

served at both locations) at the Ogilvie Civic Center. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is 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. Call between 10:30 am-1:00 pm for more information. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council on Aging as part of the Older Americans Act Program and Administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. PINE CITY SENIOR DINING AUG. 13  17 Monday: Chicken tetrazzini, candied sweet potatoes, fresh veggies with ranch dip, wheat dinner roll, pudding Tuesday: Roast turkey, whipped potatoes with gravy, country trio vegetables, wheat bread, chocolate chip cookie Wednesday: Beef tips in gravy, egg noodles, French cut green beans, lettuce salad, rainbow dessert Thursday: Pulled pork on a bun, BBQ sauce on the side, hashbrowns, marinated coleslaw, apple cake Friday: Porcupine meatballs, baked potato with sour cream, peas in cream sauce, wheat dinner roll, mandarin oranges Cost is $4.00 for people over 60 and $7.50 for under 60. No preregistration needed, except for special events. Call the Pine City Senior Center at 320-629-3024 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.

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358 FIREWOOD 3 cord loads of mixed hardwood, 16 in., split, $525 per load; 3 cord load of oak, split, 16 in., $555 per load; 20 in. split, mixed Hardwood, 3 cord load, $495. 320-679-1815

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401 AUCTION CALENDAR Sunday, August 12, 10:02 a.m. Estate of Ronnie Hendershot. Located 3 miles north of Mora on Highway 65, then 1 mile west on County Road 77 (233rd Avenue), then 3/10 mile north on Keystone Street (2358 Keystone Street, Mora, MN 55051). J.D. Gator, lawn tractors, four wheelers, boat, electric cart, tools, miscellaneous, scrap iron, 1991 Arctic Cat Panther, guns (note guns are in safekeeping), sporting goods, collectibles and household. (10% buyers premium). Auctions by Norby, Col. Kevin C. Norby, auctioneer, Lic. #3303, www.norbys.net, 320-279-0712. Saturday, Aug. 18, 10 a.m. Sue – (Al) Gamauf, owners, 11500 110th Ave, Finlayson. From I-35 Finlayson MN exit, go west to Hwy 18/61, go North to Hwy 18, continue west about 7.25 miles to Cty Rd 37. Go west to T in road, go southwest, continue to 11th Ave to sale site. Lunch sold on grounds. Household items: computer cabinet, Canon commercial grade color copier, refrigerator; Woodworking tools: Milwaukee router, Delta scroll saws, Woodtech belt sander with belts, Delta 10 in radial arm saw; Shop tools: Open end wrenches, Bostitch air nailers, cordless drills; Firearms: Marlin 30-30 lever action model 336 w/scope, Glenfield model 60 22 w/scope; Lawn & Garden: gas chain saws, leaf blowers, snow blower; Vehicles: 1997 Ford E-350 extended conversion van. Amazing Auctions, Auctioneer: Doug Maser, Lic. #3324, 320-630-6651, amazingauctions.us

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Sunday, Aug. 19, 11:45 am, 3358 Uniform St, Hinckley. I-35 Hinckley go west 6 blocks to Hwy 61, go north 6 blocks to Dahl Rd, go west 8 mi to Cty Rd 20, go north and east then north about 5 mi to 340th Ave, go west about 1.5 mi. to Uniform, go south to sale sitewatch for auction arrows. Lunch sold on grounds. Trailer/Truck/Sporting Items: trailers, 92 Chevy Silverado, fish house; Household items: Queen size bed, matching chest & armoire, clothes dryer; Tractor/Lawn & Garden: Case 400 wide front tractor, mower, blower; Shop Tools: torch set, welder, jacks, bench grinder; Roll off & Boxes: 5th wheel roll off trailer w/5hp Honda engine. Amazing Auctions, Auctioneer: Doug Maser, Lic. #3324, 320-630-6651, amazing auctions.us

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Thursday, Aug. 23, 10 a.m. Andover Business Liquidation Auction. JJ Construction, Jim Junker Estate, owner. Located 13503 Crooked Lake Blvd., Andover, MN 55304. From Highway 10 in Coon Rapids take Round Lake Blvd./County Road 9 north one mile to Bunker Lake Blvd., then east one mile to Crooked Lake Blvd., then south ¼ mile to auction site. Follow Auction Signs. Trucks, car & trailers, Bobcat skid loaders, firearms, tools & shop equipment, aluminum, steel, parts & hardware, motorcycles, recreational, and lawn & garden, scaffolding & lifts, furniture & household. 10% Buyers premium applies to all purchases. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, auctioneer. Lic.# 48-16016. 320-267-1799. www.midwestauction s.com/siemers

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Apartment for rent: 2 bedroom, utilities included. $850/month. Mora. 320-515-1887. Apt. for rent: Lower level, drive up, walk in on Knife River. Heat and electric included. $550/mo. 701-300-2580. Available immediately: 2-BDRM apartments at Meadowbrook, in Mora. $770/month + electric. No pets or smoking. Contact Denny, 507-269-7639.

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Garage Sale. August 18, 8:00-5:00, August 19, 8:002:00. Clothes, collectibles, jewelry, pictures, shoes, toys, books, household miscellaneous. 506 9th Street SW, Braham.

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Essential Duties: Provide staff support to the Social Services Supervisor and Children Services Unit. Review application forms for accuracy and completeness, collect data for required reports, print and distribute reports per instructions, maintain unit files, notify clients of needed verification, assemble paper files for new cases or update reopened files per retention schedule, destroy records per retention schedule. Receive, open and date stamp mail, distribute mail to office personnel. Maintain reference manuals, filing, design forms, prepare calendars, reception duties, operate and maintain office machines (copier, videos, fax, etc.). Enter case notes, assist clients to access appropriate community resources, refer clients to appropriate agency units. Complete data entry for the various automated case management systems used by the agency and division. Provide technical support to staff, clients and vendors. Ensure accuracy of vendor information for timely payments; work with health insurance and residential treatment facilities to ensure proper third party billing. Minimum Qualifications: 1) Three years of successful clerical experience and/or experience working with the public or the equivalent, or 2) two years of successful clerical experience in a social services/ human services agency; or 3) two years of experience as a community service aide or similar experience in a private non-profit agency or other public agency; or 4) two years of study at an accredited two or four year college/university or similar institution, with emphasis in the behavioral sciences (at least 23 quarter credits or 16 semester credits). Also, a valid driver’s license. Salary: $17.40 - $21.87/hr Closing Date: August 22, 2018 @ 12:00 pm For complete posting, visit our county website @ www.co.pine.mn.us under Quick Links – Employment Opportunities

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Licensure: Valid commercial driver’s license with School Bus Endorsement (Training could be provided.) Benefits: As per the Master Agreement Salary: $65.27 daily route pay and $15.80 for activity pay (sports, field trips, etc.) Application Deadline: Until filled Interested applicants should submit the following: Application form (located at www.ogilvie.k12. mn.us or obtained from District Office) to Mark Sharratt, Transportation Supervisor, Ogilvie School District #333, 333 School Drive, Ogilvie, MN 56358 or msharratt@ogilvie.k12.mn.us Equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Deburring-Finisher PT and FT (Flexible Hours) Hiring bonus $500 Part-Time/ $1000 Full-time Chandler Industries, a leading manufacturer of precision machined components, fabrications and complex assemblies, is growing and we're looking for a detailed oriented, collaborative individual to join our team! Part-time and full-time hours available (1st, 2nd and weekend shifts available) at our Bethel location. Part-time positions require a minimum of 20 hours per week. Shifts are very flexible and we will work with your schedule. Benefits eligible if over 30 hours per week. In this role you will be responsible for manual deburring of parts under a microscope, operating basic machinery such as tumbling equipment, and light assembly. Qualified candidates will have: Ability to read basic tolerances and simple dimensions on blueprints and use measuring instruments. Good manual dexterity skills, hand-eye coordination, etc. Ability to maintain a high concentration level while doing repetitive work. Ability to use a microscope for some operating procedures such as deburring. Prior experience with related mechanical assembly and/or finishing experience on small to medium sized metal parts preferred. Chandler Industries is an EEO Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, and Disabilities. Interested candidates email your resume to HR@chandlerindustri es.com or call 612-339-8261 ext. 0 for more information (ask for Hannah)

Responsible for all dept. voice, radio and teletype communications. You will be responsible for receiving, screening and dispatching emergency 911 and non-emergency calls for Police/Fire/EMS response within Chisago County. Operates a multi-channel radio and computer-aided dispatch system, playback audio recorder system, video surveillance system, TDD/TTY device, security devices, state teletype system, and completes computer entry/ query in national, state-wide and local records systems. QUALIFICATIONS Type 40 wpm; Willingness and ability to work rotating shifts; including nights, weekends and Holidays. Subject to emergency callout(s). Ability to communicate effectively. Ability to evaluate emergency situations and make timely decisions under stress. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent listening skills. Ability to follow instructions. Ability to maintain data in a highly confidential manner. Must have excellent multi-tasking ability. Must possess good map reading skills. Must be detail oriented. $20.79 - $22.46 per hr. Apply at www. chisagocounty.us. Deadline 8/31/18.

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Qualified Candidates for the Following Positions at Mora Elementary School: )K-6 Elementary Teacher (anticipated opening) Full-time (1.0 FTE) 184 Contract Days Qualifications: Appropriate K-6 Minnesota Teaching Licensure required

)Early Childhood Special Education Paraprofessional 8:00 a.m.-2:45 p.m. 6.25 hours/day 174 Contract Days + 6 Holidays

)Special Education Paraprofessional 7:45 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. 7 hours/day 174 Contract Days + 6 Holiday Paraprofessional Qualifications: Para Pro Test with score of 460 or better, or 2 years post HS education (AA degree or 60 semester credits) required. Experience working in special education settings and CPI/CPR training preferred. Must be self-directed, supportive, and collaborative to meet student and staff needs. For more information contact: Randy Qual at rqual@moraschools.org or Brenda Spartz at bspartz@moraschools.org or by calling (320)679-6200. Qualified candidates may apply online at www.moraschools.org (preferred) or submit a letter of interest, application, resume, references and credentials to: Human Resources-District Office, 400 Maple Avenue East, Mora, MN 55051

or email kmcnally@moraschools.org It is the policy of Independent School District 332, Mora, Minnesota, to provide equal employment opportunity for all, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual orientation, or age. EOE

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Attention Substitute Teachers & Substitute Paraprofessionals Mora Public Schools Need You! Certified educators and/or people interested in substitute teaching (K-12, ALC) and/or substituting as a paraprofessional in the Mora School District are invited to attend an information meeting/ training to be held on Thursday, August 23, 2018: 2:00-3:30 p.m. Mora Elementary School Commons Area 3:30-5:00 p.m. Optional Break-Out Sessions (High School Updates, Elementary Updates, Technology) Those in attendance will be paid for their attendance at the training after their first day of subbing. The substitute teacher rate of pay is $125 per full day and substitute paraprofessionals start at over $12 per hour. The Minnesota Legislature, recognizing the shortage of teachers in our state, provides a procedure for people holding four-year degrees (BA or higher) for a Substitute Teaching License (Tier 1 License).* Completion of this procedure through the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board provides a person with the licensure needed to serve as a short-call substitute teacher in Minnesota schools whether or not the individual has a teaching degree. For more information about attaining substitute licensure, please contact the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board at 1500 Highway 36 West, Suite 300 Roseville, MN 55113-4055, pelsb@state.mn.us , 651-539-4200, or https://mn.gov/pelsb/aspiring-educators. Substitute paraprofessionals must have 60 semester credits and/or an A.A. degree or higher, or successful completion of the ParaPro test with a minimum score of 460. At the meeting on August 23rd, you will receive information regarding District policies and procedures and complete the annual required trainings and related documentation. All building principals will be on hand to answer questions. We encourage all current and prospective substitute teachers, as well as all current and prospective substitute paraprofessionals to attend this meeting. Required documentation New Substitute Teachers & New Substitute Paraprofessionals: Bring 2 current forms of identification (i.e. passport, driver’s license, birth certificate, social security card, etc.) Teachers: Bring a copy of your current license and certificates Paraprofessionals: Bring a copy of your ParaPro test scores and/or college transcripts If you cannot attend this workshop, or have other questions, please call the District Office at (320)679-6200. *Prospective teachers are strongly recommended to begin the licensure process prior to the August 23rd meeting.


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These positions offer a highly competitive salary base, compensation credit for experience, shift differential pay, comprehensive benefit package for employees working 30+ hours per week, holiday pay and PTO. To take advantage of these opportunities please contact Human Resources St. Clare Living Community of Mora 110 7th St. N, Mora, MN 55051 (320) 679-8328 Fax (320) 679-8350 Email: nancy.dobbins@lsfhealth.org

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Now Hiring Direct Support Professionals Homes in Hugo, Dellwood, White Bear, Wyoming, North Branch, Harris, Stanchfield, Pine City, Brook Park $250 Sign on Bonus Starting wages range $12.00 to $17.00/hr. Weekend differentials, Overnight differentials Year-end bonus Paid training Medical, Dental, 401(k), Paid Personal Leave We have full-time, part-time, and relief positions available Community Living Options provides 24-hour residential care and supervision to adults and children with intellectual developmental disabilities, mental health and medical challenges. For interview call Polly @ 651-237-1087 or email: Trainer@clomail.com Apply online at CLO-MN.com

Materials Manager Full time - 1.0 FTE (80 hours a pay period). Monday - Friday between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Bachelor’s degree plus three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Apply online at www.firstlighthealthsystem.org FirstLight Health System 301 Highway 65 South Mora, MN 55051 320-225-3612 EOE

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