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MAY 23 PINE COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS PLANT SALE The Master Gardeners plant sale will be held 6:30 a.m. until sold out at the Pine County Fairgrounds Flea Market, Pine City. Master Gardener grown plants and garden treasures at great prices. Heirloom vegetables and specialty plants. Contact: Roger & Linda Fischer, 320-629-2247 or the Pine County Master Gardeners at 1-800-657-3813 Extn. 3 MAY 24 KANABEC HISTORY CENTER ANNIVERSARY MEETING A meeting to prepare for the 40th Anniversary of the Kanabec History Center will be held 5 p.m. at the Kanabac History Center, 805 Forest Ave. W., Mora. For more information call Wendy Quinn, Executive Director, at 320679-1665. MAY 24 BUSY HOUR CLUB The Busy Hour Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Kathy Anderson. MAY 24 REFLECTIONS MEMORY CAFE Family Pathways invites you to share stories and socialize with others who are concerned with memory loss at 1:30 p.m. at Eastwood Life Enrichment Center, 160 Valhalla Circle, Mora. Coffee and treats will be provided. MAY 24 EASTWOOD COMMUNITY DINNER Come learn about topics important to promoting healthier aging and independence with other seniors. Dinner will be served along with a virtual tour to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. There is a cost. Call 320-6794789 to RSVP. MAY 24 CONGRESS COMES TO YOU U.S. Congressman Rick Nolan’s staff will be in Mora holding ‘Congress Comes to You’ meetings. Dala Apartments Senior Dining, 470 Bean Ave., 11a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Kanabec County Courthouse, 18 North Vine Street, Room 5, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. MAY 24 RUBY’S PANTRY The Ruby’s Pantry food distribution is the fourth Thursday of each month at the Armory in Pine City. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. and food distribution will take place Thursday, May 24, from 5 - 6:30 p.m. For information call Julie Samuelson at 320-496-3009 or visit www.rubyspantry.org.
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MAY 31 55PLUS DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM The MN Highway Safety Center will be offering a 55-Plus Driver Improvement Program (four hour refresher course) at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Isle Recreation Center, 610 Mille Lacs Ave., Isle. Th is course is now available online. There is a cost. Preregistration is required. For more information or to register, visit www.mnsafety center.org or call Toll Free 1-888-234-1294.
JUNE 7 JUGGLING DUO KICKS OFF SUMMER READING PROGRAM The comedy juggling duo, In Capable Hands, will kick off the East Central Regional Library summer reading program at 3:30 p.m. at the Mora Public Library. Th is free event is open to the public. Tickets are needed. For more information check out www.ecrlib.org
JUNE 1014 ECUMENICAL VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL “Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus,” will take place each day 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call one of the host churches to register by June 3, or visit http:// vbsmate.com/moravbs. Calvary Lutheran Church (320-679-1706), Grace Lutheran Church (320679-1062) and St. Mary’s Catholic Church (320-679-1593).
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GUN SHOP INSURANCE LIQUIDATION SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018 Over $100 Thousand dollars worth of inventory from a local gun shop - insurance salvage. More details closer to auction time. Check our website. A limited number of gun consignments will be accepted for this auction. Consign early. Location: 6710 Ash St., North Branch, MN 55056 www.gregschnellerauctions.com Greg Schneller, Auctioneer • Lic. 02-112 • MN Auto Dealer & FFL License 651-492-5298 (cell) • 651-674-4414 (office)
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JANZEN AUCTION Saturday, May 26, 9:30 am Janzen Auction Building (1 mile west of the stoplights in Aitkin) Vehicles, 1971 GMC 1500 Super Custom, 400 small block w/turbo 400 trans, Edelbrock intake, Holley carb. w/electric choke, excellent condition, 1979 MG Midget 4 Cylinder, 4 Speed, 32,000 actual miles, excellent condition, 1998 Ford F150 Extended cab 4x4 175,000 miles, 1995 Ford F250 4x4 standard cab, Camping Packages, 2007 Terry 33ft fifth wheel extreme weather package fiberglass newer tires 12 FT slide out, 2 bedrooms 1 queen bed new mattress two bunk beds couch and table, Angler 8’ pickup camper, Plus other travel trailers, Recreation Vehicles, 2011 Polaris Ranger 400 HO 4x4 side by side, 233 hours like new, 2003 Suzuki Eiger 400 4x4 w/plow excellent condition, Boating Related, 2000 Lund Rebel SS Adventure 1650V, with Yamaha 50 HP 4 stroke outboard on excellent Karavan trailer, one owner, Immaculate condition, 25’ Ercoa Pontoon w/40HP Johnson outboard, 14’ Aluminum fishing boat on good trailer & other boating packages, Firearms 25 Plus, Names like Winchester, Remington, Ruger, Springfield, Smith & Wesson, Taurus, Marlin, Ithaca & more, plus ammunition and other firearm related supplies, Lawn & Garden, 2015 Mahindra Emax 25, hydrostatic transmission, 60" mower deck w/brand new blades, 25 HP diesel, 4WD, all filters and fluids just changed, 212 hours, PTO w/3 point hitch, cruise control, 2011 Husqvarna V Twin 23 HP 48” cut riding lawn tractor less than 200 Hours, Cub Cadet heavy Duty LT2042 riding lawn tractor, Toro self propelled push mower with bagger, Trimming mowers, Electronics, 60” Smart TV (new), 54” LG flat Screen, (2) Smaller flat screen televisions, C HDMI cords (new in box) large quantity, Audio Video HDTV cords (new in box) large quantity, ONKYO sound box, Sony F7000 speaker system, Large quantity of cable & wire, Items of Interest, Large quantity of Ducks Unlimited Memorabilia, Indian head cents (100) unsearched dates, Two man saw, Beer steins, Kerosene lanterns & more, Anchor Paper company calendar from 1936, Terry Duke accordion in case, Furniture, Glass front display cabinets, Decorative restaurant wall artwork, Approximately 40 decorative restaurant chairs (very nice), and Glass top restaurant tables, Plus Shop Tools, Sporting Goods, General Household & More. This is a surface listing be sure to attend and bring a friend - selling in two rings most of the day. This will be an all day auction. Thank you in advance.
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of livestock, says the USDA. This has been proven by studying both indoor and outdoor chickens, as well as swine.
Consumers depend on agricultural producers to provide the fruits, vegetables and meat and dairy products they rely on for sustenance. The conditions in which livestock are sometimes housed and cared for is a cause of concern for many such consumers. However, farmers who understand that their livelihoods depend on the health of their animals often do their best to keep their livestock healthy and comfortable.
Animal agriculture is evolving as animal scientists, veterinarians and farmers seek ways to provide for animal health and welfare. At the same time, farmers are seeking ways to minimize the negative impact these changes can have on employees and the environment. Indoor housing Data published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture found that indoor housing protects livestock from harsh external environments and serves to decrease exposure to parasites and diseases spread by insects, wildlife and other vectors. Although some are quick to say that outdoor living is better and indoor conditions can be unsanitary, many studies have proven the opposite. Increased prevalence of infectious disease and parasites are well-known risks associated with outdoor housing
Many people are concerned about the welfare of hens spending time in battery cages. These cages prevent hens from ﬁghting with one another, but they also put the birds in very tight quarters. Battery cages were often coveted because their sloped ﬂoors allowed clean eggs to roll away into collection areas, making the process less labor-intensive.
which are small and provide limited movement. Many veal farmers have slowly transitioned away from veal crates. Group pens and indoor barns are climate-controlled and allow calves to stay together.
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Tues. June 12, 10 am Retirement Equip/shop Auction, Kientop Tree Co., Pine River, MN Wed. June 13, 10 am Personal Property Auction for Merritt/Freeman, Floodwood, MN Tues. June 19, 10 am Moving/Complete Sellout Auction for Dave & Carol Curtiss, Hibbing, MN (This auction will not have a regular mailing, see www.reinhardtauctions.com for listing)
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Great strides are being made to ensure that livestock are provided humane living conditions and environments to keep them comfortable and safe.
Estate of Clifford (Renee) Swanson, Barnum, MN
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Group housing is more social and less restrictive for the calves. Calves can stand, stretch, lie down, groom themselves, and beneﬁt from year-round ventilation to thrive.
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JUNE 12 PARENTING PLUS Parenting Plus is a support group for grandparents raising grandchildren and kinship caregivers raising relatives children. The group meets the second Tuesday of the month, times vary to accommodate schedules. For information on locations and times please call 320-629-3013 or 612-310-0618.
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JUNE 24 PUTTING FORE FOOD A fundraiser for Ogilvie, Milaca and Princeton food shelves, sponsored by the Rum River Labor Coalition, will take place at 11 a.m. at Stones Th row Golf Course, 15679 Central Ave., Milaca. For more information or to register for the four person 18 hole scramble call 320-761-0624.
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Barnick Agency LLC Salutes All Veterans.
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We proudly salute America’s veterans and active-duty military for their drive and dedication, contributions and courage. Their commitment to our country and our freedom has protected us for generations, and we owe them a debt of gratitude that can never be repaid. This Memorial Day, please join us in honoring the brave men and women of our Armed Forces who have fought, sacriﬁced and served their country with pride.
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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. Roof problems? Carpentry service? We can save you money 320-496-5156.
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112 TREE SERVICE Stump/tree removal to fit budget. Precise and lawn friendly since 1997, 320-679-5253.
159 HEALTH CARE East Central A u d i o l o g y Audiology and hearing aid care. Cambridge 763-689-2121. Wanted: hospital bed 320-679-3329.
201 DAY CARE Deb's Tiny Tots experience. Infant thru school ages. Certified CPR/First Aid. Braham. 763-333-4990.
355 HOUSEHOLD For Sale: Reconditioned washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Rick's Home Furnishings 320-679-4047. Love seat, club chair with ottoman, wing back chair. Reasonable. 320-679-5672. Whirlpool refrigerator 18 cu. ft. biscuit color. Excellent condition, $125 320-272-4474.
5 cord loads. 20 foot full length firewood. $575 delivered within 25 mile radius of Mora. 320-679-1815 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. Fully decomposed, composted cow manure. $150 for 4-yard load. Free local delivery. 320-224-9878.
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362 MISC. Auction 5-20-18 11:02 am 1369 278th Ln. NW, Isanti Dennis R. & Karen Olson, Owners Older industrial heavy duty band saw & heavy duty metal lathe. Wood lathe. Other shop tools & equipment Col. Kevin C. Norby, Auctioneer, Lic. #33-03 Auctions by Norby www.Norbys.net 320-279-0712
366 GUNS Fridstrom Firearm Instruction: Permit to Carry classes. June 2 or July 28. Call for information. 320-679-4176 Mora location. John & Claudia Fridstrom.
369 WANTED Want to Buy all kinds of silver objects. Please call Mike at 763-843-0867
401 AUCTION CALENDAR Monday, May 21, 10 a.m. Milaca, MN restaurant equipment auction, Secured Party, Owner. Located 210 Highway 23 East, Milaca, Mn 56353. One block east of the stoplight at the junction of Highway 23 and Central Avenue in Milaca. Follow auction signs. 10% Buyer's premium applies to all purchases. Freezers & refrigerators, kitchen equipment, food preparation & serving equipment, dishwasher equipment, restaurant furniture, stainless steel tables, sinks & shelving. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, auctioneer, Lic. # 4816-016. 320-267-1799 www.midwestauction s.com/siemers. Saturday, June 2 10 a.m. Real Estate and Personal Property Auction. Cecil and Patricia Smith Estate. Located 2261 223rd Ave. NW, Oak Grove, MN. From St. Francis, MN go south on Round Lake Blvd. (Cty. Rd. 9), appx. 1 mile to 223rd Ave. NW or appx. 5 miles west of Hwy 65 on 221st Ave., (Anoka Cty. Rd. 74), right on Round Lake Blvd. To 223rd Ave. NW. Follow auction arrows. Real Estate: Property will be auctioned in this manner: 1. Home w/appx. 3.7 acres 2. Adjoining lot appx. 3 acres 3. Home w/lot & adjoining appx. 6.7 acres. 6 % Buyers Premium. Personal Property: 763 Bobcat, generator, JD riding mower, 4 wheeler, lawn & garden, trailers, motors, tools, antiques, collectibles, much misc. Auctioneers: Stephen W. Smith, Lic. #30-37: Joshua W. Smith, Lic. #02-149. Clerk: Smiths Auction, 320-396-2621, 763-434-4038 100+ pictures www.smithsauction. com
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Sunday, May 20, 11:02 a.m. 1369 278th Ln. NW, Isanti, Mn 55040. Dennis R and Karen Olson, owners. 2005 Kawaski “Brute Force 650”, fourwheeler. Shop tools and equipment. 8 ft.x18 ft. camper, (custom made). Flat bed trailers and frames. Misc. garage and household items. Auctions By Norby. Col. Kevin Norby, Auctioneer. Lic. #3303 www.Norbys.net 320-279-0712 Thursday, May 24, 10 a.m. Harvey & Shelly Vedders, auction. Located 5896 140th St., Milaca, MN. From the junction of Highways 169 & 23 in Milaca, follow 23 east ¼ mile to County Road 2, head south/southeast 5 ¼ miles to auction site. Follow auction signs. Tractors, farm machinery & livestock equipment, truck & stock trailer, furniture & household, lawn & garden, tools & shop equip., sporting & recreational. Siemers Auctioneers, Mitchell Siemers, Auctioneer, Lic. # 48-16-016 320-267-1799 www.midwest auction s.com/siemers
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Garage Sale May 26, 27, 28 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Hand tools, hutch, oak chairs, dresser, lots of miscellaneous 20096 Ann River Dr., Mora Hwy 65 South
Foreclosed Property Auction (CASH ONLY) U-Save Mini-Storage, 2184 Prokosch Rd, Mora, MN 320-225-SAVE June 3, 2018 at 1 p.m. Contents of storage units to be sold: Bobbi Johnson-Unit 9 Brian Sullivan-Unit 10 Dawn Kellum-Unit 14 Garage Sale: May 2426, 7:00 am.- ?. Tools, walker, wheelchair (new), dolls, kitchen table, miscellaneous. 107 South Grove Street, Mora. Garage Sale, Moving Sale: 5-25 thru 5-27. 8-5. Teacher supplies, crafts, household, toys 9055 Hwy 23, Brook Park.
404 GARAGE SALES Garage Sale. May 25, 7:00-2:00. Blankets, jewelry, miscellaneous. 613 McLean, Mora.
Huge Multi-Family Garage Sale, May 26, 27, 28. Lots of guys stuff. Saws, fasteners, antique furniture, household, fishing stuff, refrigerator, freezer, GM mags, tools, hoist, 1997 Polaris XLT, camping misc., prints, TVs, clothing, oak dining table with 4 chairs, 2008 John Deere LA135 with 42” deck and bagger, and much more. 2138 330th Ave. Hwy 65 north of Mora 14 miles, right on 330th Ave. for ¼ mi. Yard Sale: 5-26, 27, 28; 9-5. Tractor & loader, car trailer, lawn & garden equipment, vehicle, misc. 3097 Hwy 65. 12 miles N. of Mora on Hwy. 65.
451 RENTALS COMMERCIAL Available immediately: 2-BDRM apartments at Meadowbrook, in Mora. $770/month + electric. No pets or smoking. Contact Denny, 507-269-7639. Meadowbrook 1 & 2 BDRM apartments- Mora, starting at $670 + electric. Available immediately. No smoking, no pets. Contact Denny, 507-269-7639.
451 RENTALS COMMERCIAL New teacher with the Pine City Schools would like to rent a townhouse, house or apartment, preferably with a garage. If you have a rental available, please call 218-343-8100.
452 RENTALS RESIDENTIAL Pine City's Woodhaven Apartments. GROUND FLOOR deluxe 2 bedroom with patio, dishwasher, and more. Laundry on-site. No dogs. $825 per month plus electric. 651-983-5771 The smart way to sell your stuff! Call 320-679-2661 or go to www.moraminn.com - click on Classiﬁeds place an ad!
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Seeking a high school student to provide lawn care & misc. yard work in Knife Lake area. If interested call 320-980-5063 Help wanted: Part time in-home personal care assistant, experience in elder care required, CNA preferred. Resume and cover letter only prior to May 28 to: Personnel, 841 Forest Ave. E., Mora, MN 55051 PLACE A CLASSIFIED TODAY.
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Operates a variety of mowing equipment utilized in maintenance of the building grounds and county road ditches, maintenance and repair activities; performs roadway maintenance work involving patching and brushing, and performs related duties as required. Must be able to work outdoors in the heat.
Powder coat painter. Full time, Monday thru Friday. Apply at Northpost Inc. 320-6791291 or email rryan@ northpostinc.com
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PT SECURITY OFFICER We are seeking to hire for part-time security working 2 days per week. You will provide check point entry screening using x-ray machine and metal detectors as the public enters and exits County buildings. You will ensure a safe environment for the public and employees of Chisago County. Qualifications: prior security training or education in criminal justice, Military police, law enforcement or corrections. $15.62 to 16.81 per hour. Deadline to apply is: May 28. Apply at: www.chisagocounty.us.
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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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SEASONAL PUBLIC WORKS MAINTENANCE The City of North Branch, Minnesota is accepting applications for one Seasonal Public Works Maintenance position starting June 1 through September 2, 2018. The position will require working weekends/holidays and with a start time of 5:30 a.m, 40 hours/week. Candidates should have experience in any or all of the following: operation of grass mowing equipment, general cleaning and building maintenance and general street maintenance. Successful candidate must have a valid Minnesota Class D driver’s license, pass a background check, and drug/alcohol test. The salary is $10.50 per hour. Application deadline is close of business on June 1, 2018. Application to be submitted to Shawn Williams, Public Works Director, City of North Branch, P.O. Box 910, North Branch, Minnesota 55056. Phone: (651) 674-8113 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org EEO/AA
Cook/Baker/Dietary Aide Part time and casual available. Hours will vary; day, evening, holiday and weekend hours. Must have had some on the job training in food preparation, cooking, estimating food quantities needed, and in principles and requirements of sanitation and safety in handling food and equipment. Apply online at www.firstlighthealthsystem.org FirstLight Health System 301 Highway 65 South Mora, MN 55051 320-225-3612 EOE
Vicki is retiring!! While we are very sad to see her go, we are excited for her and Mike as they begin this new chapter of life. Oak Park Dental is seeking a full-time licensed dental assistant to join our team. We are looking for someone with a friendly smile, positive attitude and an eagerness to build lasting relationships with our patients. Our ideal candidate is outgoing, has great communication skills, is detail oriented, with a strong work ethic. She/he is self-motivated and is a creative problem solver. Experience with digital radiography and Eaglesoft is a must. Clinical experience preferred but we are receptive to training the right candidate. Hourly compensation based on experience. Paid time oﬀ, uniform allowance, continuing education, retirement and more. Find out more about our oﬃce at www.oakparkdentalclinic.com. If you think this is the right position for you, please send resume AND cover letter describing why you think you would be a good ﬁt for our oﬃce. Send resumes to: email@example.com
CUSTODIAN PART-TIME 20 HR/WK M-F 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. RSI is hosting walk-in interviews every Thursday at our office in Mora! 620 N. Wood Street in Mora 9am-4pm every Thursday
Stop in to apply and interview on the spot • Flexible • Rewarding • No experience required • Make a difference in your community View all employment opportunities at www.rsi.jobs
505 Johnson Ave SE
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Head Start Assistant Classroom Teacher Openings in Mora and Chisago City Lakes and Pines’ Head Start has openings for Assistant Classroom Teachers at the Head Start Centers located in Mora and Chisago City. Assistant Classroom Teachers are professionals who work in a collaborative team to create developmentally appropriate learning experiences for children in a classroom setting. Assistant Classroom Teachers are responsible for participating in program recruitment activities, integrating program service areas into lesson plans, assisting to ensure enrolled children meet screening and assessment requirements, participating in parent/teacher conferences, maintaining classroom attendance and documenting family case notes. This position works closely within a team requiring submission of lesson plans, attending meetings and working with service area staff to assist families with resources. Position requires at a minimum a Preschool CDA. Preferred education includes an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education or an associate’s degree in a related field and coursework equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with experience teaching preschool aged children may be considered. A bachelor’s or advanced degree in Early Childhood Education, or a bachelor’s or advanced degree and course work equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with experience teaching pre-school aged children. Must have experience working with preschoolers and be willing to work with parents and children in classroom settings, be sensitive to lifestyles and needs of low-income clientele and must be a team player. Full-time position with competitive salary and a generous benefit package. Benefit package includes medical, dental, life insurance, retirement with 5% match, vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays per year (including one floating holiday). Work mileage reimbursement is offered at the current government rate. Lakes and Pines offers many professional development opportunities. For information, job description, and application contact Lakes and Pines Community Action Council, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer, 1700 Maple Avenue East, Mora, MN 55051-1227; (320) 6791800 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 a Lakes and Pines agency application. Application deadline is May 29, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Chisago County is currently taking applications for the position of CUSTODIAN. This is a part-time position that works 5 days per week – Monday-Friday 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Responsibilities include general janitorial duties. We are seeking applicants who are self-motivated and can work independently. Must be able to lift up to 60# on occasion, and physically able to bend, twist, kneel and walk on a regular basis and shovel snow in the wintertime, mop floors and move tables. Rate of pay is $13.01 per hour. Must be able to pass a criminal history check, physical and drug test, including fingerprinting. Call 651-213-8868 to have an application mailed. Or apply at http://www.chisagocounty.us. Closes 5/30/2018.
Children Need Superheroes (no cape required) Lakes and Pines’ Head Start has an opportunity for you as a Home Visitor. Lakes and Pines is looking for dedicated and dynamic people to join their team as Home Visitors in our Mora office. Home Visitors assist children and families with school readiness activities coplanned with parents to prepare them for school during weekly home visits and regular socializations. Home Visitors help families with goal setting and resource acquisition to support their efforts towards self-reliance. Home Visitors empower parents to be their child’s first and most important teacher. Position requires a minimum of a Home Visiting Child Development Associate (CDA) credential, or equivalent coursework as part of an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree. Must be able to complete the CDA process by August 1, 2018 if not meeting minimum requirements at time of hire. Must have experience working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers, willingness to work with parents and children in home and classroom settings, be sensitive to the lifestyles and needs of low-income clientele and must be a team player. This is a full time position with competitive salary and a generous benefit package. Benefit package includes medical, dental, life insurance, retirement with 5% match, vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays per year (including 1 floating holiday), and work mileage reimbursement at the current government rate. Lakes and Pines is able to provide education reimbursement opportunities for approved education plans and also offers many professional development opportunities. 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 May 29, 2018, at 4:00 p.m.
Mora Public Schools is seeking qualiﬁed candidates for the following position:
English Language Arts Teacher 1.0 FTE 184 Contract Days Location: Mora High School Qualiﬁcations: Appropriate Minnesota Teaching License in English, Communication Arts or Literature required. College in the Schools, theater arts, and speech experience preferred. Job Duties include: Working with students in grades 7-12 Salary: per Education Minnesota negotiated Master Agreement ***Additional extracurricular opportunities available*** Application Deadline: May 21, 2018 Start Date: August 21, 2018 Apply With Letter of Interest, Resume, Credentials, 3 References, and Copy of Teaching Licensure at www.moraschools.org (preferred) or
Human Resources Mora Public Schools
400 Maple Avenue East, Mora, MN 55051 For more information contact Brent Nelson at (320) 679-6200 or firstname.lastname@example.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. *An Equal Opportunity Employer*
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
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Summer Sports 2018 MORA BEAVERS SLOW PITCH 2018
Back Row: Manager Jayson Pautzke, Assistant Water Schwartz, Darin Erickson, Matt Van Someren, Matthew Fransen, Aaron Nelson, Mike Schnabel. Front Row: Erik Raivo, Wyatt Foss, Troy Jones, Raleigh Millar, Asa Patterson, Hunter Foss, Logan Graves
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(still subject to change) ISANTI 4:00 Mid MN Challenge at Hinckley TBD Mid MN Challenge at Hinckley TBD NORTH BRANCH 2:00 * at Hinckley 7:30 * QUAMBA 2:00 CHISAGO LAKES 2:00 * HINCKLEY 2:00 * at Princeton 7:30 * EAST BETHEL 2:00 * at Braham 2:00 * Hinckley Tourn. TBD Hinckley Tourn. TBD Hinckley Tourn. TBD at Quamba 7:30 * LAKE SUPERIOR SEA DOGS at Brennan Field 4:00 at North Branch 2:00 * at Chisago Lakes 7:30 * NOWTHEN DH 2:00/4:30 * PRINCETON 2:00 * at East Bethel 7:30 * RUM RIVER DH 2:00/4:30 * BRAHAM 2:00 *
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