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Helping Paws celebrates 50 years of second chances Helping Paws Animal Shelter, McHenry County’s first and largest no-kill animal welfare association, kicks off its 50th-year celebration. HP is grateful for the community’s help in achieving this big milestone. “With the generosity of our community, we’ve been able to provide shelter, food, medical care, and comfort to animals, and place them into loving, responsible homes through adoption and our foster programs,” explained Donna Matejka, president. “We look forward to another 50 years together with you.” People can support HP in a number of ways, including donating cash and/or supplies; volunteering time; adopting/fostering; and/ or participating in fundraisers. For more information, visit the website or call 815-338-4400. Paws in the Park Walk & Pet Fest This event is coming up on June 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The 18th annual Paws in the Park Walk & Pet Fest event is perfect for the entire family and you can bring your dog(s) to take part in a day of fun at Emricson Park in Woodstock. The event will include a walk around a nature path, dog games and prizes, pet blessing, agility demonstration, raffles, vendors, food, and more. You’ll also get a chance to meet a few of our shelter dogs that are available for adoption. Participants can register individually or form/join a team. And you can help raise even more money

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Helping Paws’ Paws in the Park Walk & Pet Fest will include a walk around a nature path, dog games and prizes, pet blessing, agility demonstration, raffles, vendors, food, and more.

by creating a fundraising page and asking for donations to help the animals. Registration is now open. If you want to register “old school” download the Paws in the Park 2019 Registration Form. $30 – $40 Pet Info All dogs must be human- and

dog-friendly and be up to date on rabies and distemper vaccinations. Pet water stations will be available at various locations in the event area. Dogs must be securely leashed and under control at all times. No retractable or flexi leashes are allowed at the event.

Be prepared to clean up after your dog. Bags will be provided to all participants. Helping Paws reserves the right to ask for removal of any dog showing signs of aggression. More events to watch for Paw Crawl – 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Aug. 24-25

Panting for Paws 5K and 1 mile Family Run/Walk 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5 You can visit Helping Paws Animal Shelter, 2500 Harding Lane, Woodstock, call 815-338-4400, visit their website at helpingpaws. net, or check out their Facebook page.

Watershed groups restore conservation lands with clean energy funds

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The red flower of the blooming skunk cabbage is very distinctive.

One of the earliest spring flowers is also one of the smelly-est. Right now skunk cabbage is finishing up its blooms at sites throughout McHenry County. Skunk cabbage is found in seeps where cool, mineralrich groundwater bubbles to the land surface. Skunk cabbage can generate its own heat to spread its stinky smell to attract pollinators, even as snow remains on the land. Its red flower is distinctive. Now the plant is forming a rosette of large, bright green leaves. The proliferation of skunk cabbage is due in part to the efforts of two organizations and their many stewardship volunteers. Last spring Nippersink Watershed Association (NWA) and the Environmental Defenders of McHenry County, on behalf of Silver and Sleepy Hollow Creeks Watershed Coalition (SSHCWC), each received a Stewardship Challenge Grant from the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation (ICECF). The grant program funds stewardship activities on private and public lands. Grant recipients must complete 400 hours of volunteer stewardship, raise $7000 in donations from the public, and share news about their efforts on social media in order to receive an additional $27,000 from ICECF. Both groups have until October to complete their fundraising and stewardship efforts. The additional funds received from the ICECF will be put towards further restoration of the sites. Nippersink Watershed Association volunteers have been working to restore the Merchant Creek Corridor on the east side of Wonder Lake since 2017. The association owns a 13-acre wooded corridor along the creek. Volunteers have been clearing invasive brush from the ravine

that Merchant Creek runs through. An impressive display of skunk cabbage is blossoming in the areas the group has cleared. Since May, 2018 when the ICECF grant was awarded, they have logged 369 hours of volunteer stewardship and are on track to complete their 400-hour goal by fall. Members of the public are invited to join in at their workdays, which will typically be held from 8 to10:30 a.m. on the third Saturday of the month. Workday details are posted at their Nippersink Watershed Association Facebook page. “We’ve had great turnout at our workdays.” said Mark Nichols, stewardship events coordinator for the Nippersink Watershed Association. “We so appreciate the time that members of the Wonder Lake Sportsmans Club have put into clearing of invasive brush from the site.” The Silver and Sleepy Hollow Creeks Watershed Coalition is concentrating its restoration efforts on Sterne’s Fen, an Illinois State Nature Preserve, on Hillside Road in Crystal Lake in collaboration with the Crystal Lake Park District, which owns the site. This group recently completed its 400-stewardship hours goal. They continue their work at workdays held the fourth Sunday of the month from 9 a.m. to Noon. Workday details are posted at their Silver & Sleepy Hollow Creeks Watershed Coalition Facebook page and can be obtained by calling the Environmental Defenders of McHenry County at 815-338-0393, which is the coalition’s sponsor. “On behalf of Brice Alt, Steward at the site, Steve Byers, with the Illinois State Nature Preserves Commission, and the Environmental Defenders, we would like to thank all of the many volunteers who worked so

hard to rescue the oaks and open the fen to sunlight. We invite the public to visit Sterne’s Fen as a profusion of native plants are blooming in these newly opened areas during the next few weeks,” said Nancy Schietzelt, with the Environmental Defenders. Both groups are progressing in their efforts to raise funds from community members to satisfy the local match requirement for the ICECF grant. NWA has $2340 left to raise and SSHCWC needs to raise $4040. Donations to the Merchant Creek project can be made at www. nippersink.org. The Environmental Defenders of McHenry County is currently selling $10 pieces of a big picture puzzle of marsh marigolds, another fen plant, to raise funds. Their effort can be supported with donations at their website: www. mcdef.org. “The Foundation created this grant program in 2014 in recognition of volunteers like those involved in these two McHenry County organizations,” said Dennis O’Brien, Executive Director of the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation. “Individuals and communities throughout Illinois are donating time, labor and money to care for nature and it is apparent at their sites. The Foundation is proud to support their hard work by providing additional funds that can be valuable in purchasing needed plant supplies and hand tools and/or in hiring contractors to tackle especially challenging parts of the work.” The Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation’s Community Stewardship Challenge Grant program assists non-profit organizations who engage volunteers in the care of habitat at non-profit and government-owned sites.


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Illinois National Guard Cyber Warriors on the cutting edge Our nation, states, communities, corporations and institutions are under attack each and every day; but rather than bombs and bullets our adversaries are using binary ones and zeros. But, just as it is ‘Always Ready, Always There’ in responding to floods and other disasters, the Illinois National Guard is ready to respond to cyberattack. More than 40 Illinois National Guard Soldiers and Airmen honed their cyber skills as part of Cyber Shield 19 from April 5 to 19 at Camp Atterbury, Ind., sponsored by the Army National Guard. “Whenever anybody asks me, how do you build cyber capacity? It’s by exercising. And to build that capacity is -- particularly when we talk about within the homeland - it’s working with our partners,” said Brig. Gen. Richard R. Neely, the Adjutant General of the Illinois National Guard. “And that’s what’s really critical about the Cyber Shield exercise. It’s about bringing those partnerships together and being able to work with those people that you may be called out to assist.” Cyber Shield 19 brings together some 800 Army and Air National Guard network defenders and worldclass cyber security professionals, industry network owners, an Army Reserve assessment team and federal and state agencies to train the next generation of cyber warriors in this ever changing, dynamic world of electrons and information networks. The Illinois contingent included high-tech warriors from the Illinois Army National Guard’s 176th Cyber Protection Team based in Bloomington, and the Illinois Air National Guard’s 183rd Wing based in Springfield; 182nd Airlift Wing based in Peoria; and the 126th Air Refueling Wing, based at Scott Air Force Base. The exercise consists 24 “Blue” teams and embedded industry partners. These teams attend a week of training, followed by a multi-faceted exercise in the defense of critical infrastructure and election systems. The opposing forces or “OPFOR” are also National Guard members from across the country trained in the use of offensive Cyber tactics and tools. The tasks, or “injects” as they are called, cover not only malicious actors on the digital landscape, but also forensics, intelligence, legal, insider threat, and government-industry partnerships.

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Illinois Air Guard Master Sgt. Josh Bryant works a problem during the exercise week of Cyber Shield 19 at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, April 14, 2019. Cyber Shield 19 began with a week of classroom preparation and will culminated in exercise week, a scenario-based cyber role-playing event.

Illinois Air Guard Staff Sgt. Alex Dudley (left), native of Morrisonville, Illinois, watches as fellow Illinois Air Guard Tech. Sgt. Adam Moore (right) of Springfield, Illinois, participates in the exercise portion of Cyber Shield 19 held at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, April 14, 2019. Cyber Shield 19 began with a week of classroom preparation and will culminate in exercise week, a scenario-based cyber role-playing event.

The Illinois National Guard played several key support roles in the exercise. Airmen from the 183rd Wing’s 217th Engineering Installation Squadron set up the cyber range for the exercise that included more than five miles of wiring, more than 1,000 computers and hundreds of other devices and monitors and provided the technical support to keep the range hardware running smoothly. The Illinois Army and Air National Guard also filled several key positions within Cyber Shield 19’s leadership, fusion cell, green team (exercise support), and public affairs office. Maj. Mike Eiter, a native of Decatur,

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From left to Right) Virginia Army National Guard Capt. Rayce West, Vermont Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Mathew Scroggins and Illinois Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Joseph Hardin, of Godfrey, Illinois, practice digital forensic skillsets during a Cyber Shield 19 training week class at Camp Atterbury, Indiana April 7, 2019. As the nation’s largest unclassified cyber defense training exercise, Cyber Shield provides participants with training on industry network infrastructure and cyber protection best practices.

Soldiers, Airmen and industry Partners conduct network surveillance during Cyber Shield 19 training week at Camp Atterbury, Indiana April 7, 2019. As the nation’s largest unclassified cyber defense training exercise, Cyber Shield provides participants with training on industry network infrastructure and cyber protection best practices.

served as Cyber Shield 19’s Chief of Staff. While the training is intense and the hours are long, the cyber warriors also have some fun. At the end of the first week, there is a competition called NetWars where the Airmen and Soldiers from across the nation test their cyber defense skills against each other in what is akin to a giant video game. A team called the “Cyber Space Force” fielded by Airmen from all three wings of the Illinois Air National Guard won the competition. “It was interesting and exhilarating,” said Tech Sgt. Ryan Swanson, a cyber expert with the 182nd Airlift Wing’s communications flight. “I enjoyed myself and it was a great learning experience.” Cyber Space Force’s victory was sweeter because the teammates had a chip on their shoulders. “We were the only team without a (Defensive Cyberspace Operations Element) or a (Cyber Protection Team), so to show that we’ve got great cyber talent and could climb past teams that are seasoned and train together… well, we showed the talent is there. Now we need a unit,” Swanson said. Cyber Shield is dynamic and ever evolving, bringing new challenges with each iteration. “It’s a refinement every single year, and next year will be completely different than this year and the year after. It depends on what is the threat environment and what is going on,” said George Battistelli, the Army National Guard Cybersecurity Program Manager, Information Technology

Strategy Division Chief and the Cyber Shield 19 Exercise Director during an April 9 Pentagon media round table. “While they’re training, they’re also building relationships,” Battistelli said. The relationships with industry partners, state and federal agencies, and law enforcement are key to effective cyber defense and the National Guard is naturally suited to grow those relationships, he added. “Part of the goodness of the Guard is that … traditional soldier, who may work at the Department of Public Works or something, in his everyday job and then he drills on the weekend. And so he has the inside knowledge of how that system works,” Battistelli said. The training that Soldier or Airman gets through Cyber Shield 19 and the National Guard adds to his ability to do his civilian job and the training and experience he or she gets at their civilian work adds to the military’s cyber capabilities. “And now he’s a very valuable asset” in protecting critical infrastructure, Battistelli said. The exercise provides critical cyber battlefield experience for the members of National Guard’s Cyber Protections Teams (CPT), Defensive Cyberspace Operations Elements (DCOE) and Cyber Mission Assurance Teams (CMAT.) These cyber teams provide critical network defense for the computer networks of our state and local agencies, industry and critical infrastructure. “We are grossly outnumbered. Even if everyone at the exercise was fully certified and fully trained we

still would be outnumbered,” said Matt Sannipoli, Stealthwatch Instructor, CISCO. “With this highly connected world we live in, the threats are coming from everywhere. So the more ways we can identify those, the better we are able to help create the security that we are all hoping we can get to.” Cyber Shield was conceived to prepare the National Guards’ cyber warriors for this challenging and complex cyber battleground. “The defense strategy talks about critical infrastructure and about being able to survive and succeed in a contested environment,” said Col. Teri Williams, Commander, Cyber Shield 19. “We planned for 11 months to create a contested environment with everything from a scenario for the cyber range to creating all the OPFOR injects or attacks that need to happen. These injects are based on the technical and training objectives that we want to accomplish for that year. That’s what Cyber Shield is all about.” This is Cyber Shield’s seventh year. No two years have look alike. “The way cyber works is that it’s an environment that every time we get better at defense our adversaries are going to get better at offense,” said Keith Owen Wichmann, Cyber Situational Awareness Technical Lead, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University. “We have a thinking offense coming at us. If we don’t have a thinking defense protecting us, then we don’t have a prayer.” Cyber Shield has a critical training component that brings in industry leading courses and seminars for the participants, which is organized into tracks based on the role of the participating cyber team member. “The first week is training and we bring in some top-notch training. We really try to focus on getting people prepared for cyber defense,” said Williams. During the first week of training, Cyber Shield brings in hightech companies like Microsoft and CISCO. The International Society of Automation (ISA) does infrastructure network training. The SANS Institute does cyber defense training. “But we also focus on the offensive side. Our belief is that the better that you are trained on the offensive side, the stronger a defender you will be,” Williams said. “So we use companies like SpectreOps to come in and give us that offensive training.” Cyber Shield is a premiere, unclassified training exercise for cyber defensive operations. And the contributions of interagency and industry partners greatly enhance the warfighting capability of cyber teams. “This is an opportunity to bring together the Army National Guard, Air National Guard, the Army Reserves, private sector, federal and state partners, industry, and academia, into a setting where we can learn and grow together as a nation,” said Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Burkett, Vice Director of Domestic Operations for the National Guard Bureau during the April 9 Pentagon media round table. The Cyber warfighting domain is always changing but our National Guard cyber warriors and their interagency and industry partners are always ready for the fight. The Illinois National Guard Soldiers and Airmen return to the Land of Lincoln on April 19.

Race for Open Space 5k with McHenry County Conservation District Connect with your wild self on a run through the wide-open spaces in McHenry County. Sign up early for the third annual Run Wild Race for Open Space 5k held Saturday, Oct. 5 at Hickory Grove Highlands, 500 Hickory Nut Grove Lane, Cary. This 5k trail run journeys through woodland, prairie, and riverfront habitats. Enjoy the colors of fall with stunning views of wildflowers, grasses

and towering oak and hickory trees along the wooded trail. This timed event features moderate terrain to provide an exciting and challenging experience for runners of all skill levels. Early registration is now open for all, ages 5 and up. Cost: $30 through July 31; $35 Aug. 1 through 5 p.m. Oct. 4; $42 day of event; $20 Youth 5 to 13. Race starts at 8:30 a.m. and offers awards for overall and age groups. Includes t-shirt, race bib,

and race day snacks. Registration and details are online at http://bit. ly/RunWild5K-2019. Become a sponsor and support a great cause at the same time. Proceeds from the race will benefit the community by providing funds to provide recreational and educational opportunities for individuals and families to connect with the natural world. To show your support and get involved, contact MCCD@ MCCDistrict.org for details.


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Crystal Lake South’s Prom has great weather

The lakeside was gorgeous for picture taking for Crystal Lake South’s prom guests.

McHenry County Conservation District Summer Programs have arrived McHenry County Conservation District’s summer program offerings are loaded with both indoor and outdoor nature enthusiast adventures. Come out for a sensory hike In The Park After Dark, learn a new skill of pond dipping or bug netting on a Family Adventure Hike. People of all ages will enjoy getting outdoors to discover winged beauties in Bubbling Bobolinks, or going on a Sundae Afternoon Bike Ride or a Spider Safari. See a Barn Full of Bats, check out the Outdoor Discover Lab series or float along on a Lunch and Learn Kayak Trip. There is something for

everyone. Most programs are free. Visit the Conservation District’s website at www.MCCDistrict.org to view the programs in greater detail and save them to your wish list, or sign up to receive the seasonal magazine Landscapes. Registration opened for County residents on May 10, Non-residents open on May 20. Register online, by phone (free programs only) at 815-479-5779, by mail and walk-in at Prairieview Education Center, 2112 Behan Road in Crystal Lake, or drop-off only at Lost Valley Visitor Center, Route 31 and Harts Rd. in Ringwood.

Huntley Community School District 158 selected to participate in Strategic Energy Management Program to better preserve. Our efforts are led by our newly appointed Energy Champion, Director of Operations and Maintenance Doug Renkosik, and supported by an Energy Team made up of representatives from departments and schools including maintenance and administration. Even though the SEM program provides training, coaching, and technical expertise, the key to success is the active role and contributions from all district members. We will be able to track our progress on using a statistically based energy models for each school, which calculates a running total of electricity and natural gas saved compared to historical levels. We’re excited to introduce this new initiative to you and will be communicating regularly about our ongoing efforts in this area over the coming school year. Thank you for your help, and stay tuned. – Mark Altmayer, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Sponsor for the Strategic Energy Management Program.

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Second grade students from Crystal Lake South visit the Sheriff’s Office

(Right) Here the students learn about crime scene technology and fingerprints.

Wildlife rescue efforts were carefully supervised In a collaborative effort with the Village of Huntley Public Works, members of the Huntley Fire District were able to rescue at least 10 ducklings from a storm sewer on Monday, May 6. Mother Duck was keeping a watchful eye on the operations and was reunited with her ducklings.

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Public Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS M&T BANK, PLAINTIFF, VS. CYNTHIA M WHEELER; AMY WHEELER; PATTY WHEELER A/K/A PATRICIA WHEELER; ABBY DRISCOLL A/K/A ABIGAIL WHEELER; BERNIE LYBARGER A/K/A BERNADETTE WHEELER; BILL WHEELER A/K/A WILLIAM WHEELER; KELLY SMITH; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF WAYNE WHEELER A/K/A WAYNE P WHEELER, IF ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS; JOHN LYDON, SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DECEASED MORTGAGOR, WAYNE WHEELER, DEFENDANTS. 18 CH 000630 5208 WEST WINDING CREEK DRIVE MCHENRY, IL 60050 JUDGE PRESIDING JUDGE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO YOU, Unknown Owners and Non-Record Claimants Amy Wheeler Unknown Heirs and Legatees of Wayne Wheeler a/k/a Wayne P Wheeler, If Any defendants, that this case has been commenced in this Court against you and other defendants, asking for the foreclosure of a certain Mortgage conveying the premises described as follows, to wit: LOT 13 IN WINDING CREEK, UNIT NO. 1, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 3 AND PART OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH, RANGE 8 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, AND PART OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 8, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THERE RE-

CORDED JULY 23, 1979 AS DOCUMENT NO. 774302, IN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Commonly known as: 5208 West Winding Creek Drive, McHenry, IL 60050 and which said Mortgage was made by, Wayne Wheeler, Cynthia M Wheeler Mortgagor(s), to Mortgage Electronic Registration Services, Inc., as nominee for Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC Mortgagee, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of McHenry County, Illinois, as Document No. 2014R0034085; and for other relief. UNLESS YOU file your answer or otherwise file your appearance in this case, on or before June 3, 2019, A JUDGMENT OR DECREE BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE COMPLAINT. E-filing is now mandatory for documents in civil cases with limited exemptions. To e-file, you must first create an account with an e-filing service provider. Visit http://efile. illinoiscourts.gov/service-providers.htm to learn more and to select a service provider. If you need additional help or have trouble e-filing, visit www.illinoiscourts.gov/FAQ/gethelp. asp, or talk to your local circuit clerk’s office. PURSUANT TO THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT, THE PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY IS DEEMED TO BE A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC Attorney for Plaintiff 1 N. Dearborn St. Suite 1200 Chicago, IL 60602 Ph. (312) 346-9088 File No. 267588-173192 I3119007 (Published in the McHenry County News May 2, 9 & 16, 2019)

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On Sunday, Harvard High School inducted 16 students into the National Honor Society. Pictured are: Emma Ackland, Levi Austin, Andrea Ortiz Carbajal, Melany Avila Castro, Bryce Fiegel, Milagros Flores Carrillo, Alex Hildreth, Zach Isonhart, Justin Klages, Kerrigan Kotecki, Alexis Lehmann, Joelle McMillan, Nicole Gabrielle Nail, Travis Wyatt Melson, Alexia Posada Torres, Reagan Witt. Congratulations to all the new members.

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Real Estate For Sale/Rent

Business Services

Employment

Building Services

Automobiles 1994 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 cyl., automatic, many new parts, runs good. $950. Call 262-994-3721.

1998 Ford Contour 20,800 miles needs small repairs. Engine & transmission good. Sacrifice $3,800 OBO. Call 815-947-3609

Business Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:00 am-4 pm

Automotive Repair

Merchandise

Landscaping Services

Farm Equipment

For your convenience Visa & Mastercard are accepted

Fax: (815) 654-4857

Help Wanted

SPINHIRNE TRANSFER

APQP Program Engineer wanted in Belvidere, Illinois to perform APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) processes for new and current automotive fascia production programs. Mail resume to Claudia Cecil, Human Resources Manager, Magna Exteriors Belvidere, a division of Nascote Industries, Inc., 675 Corporate Parkway, Belvidere, Illinois 61008.

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HELP WANTED • FULL TIME

STORE DROP ROUTE Open in Downtown Rockford. Weekly Contractor pay $35 per week to start. Call to inquire 815-8774044 ask for Lindy.

• 4 Day Work Week •

FOR SALE

Printing Press/Bindery Operator Health Insurance • Paid Holidays • Vacation Time Pay will be based on experience. Review at 90 days

Announcements

Apply in person SOUTHERN LAKES PUBLISHING 1102 Ann Street, Delavan, Wis.

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Sales/Marketing

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Help Wanted

ADVERTISING SALES EXECUTIVE

Prairie View Assisted Living located in Winnebago is seeking the following:

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• CNAs and caregivers - 2nd shift, part time. Flexible scheduling available. Small, friendly, homelike setting. Salary based on experience. • Cook - part-time, flexible hours. SIGN-ON BONUS! Contact Tammy Bargman, Executive Director at 815-335-1800 or fax resume to 815-335-7136 • 500 E. McNair • Winnebago, IL

BYRON CUSD #226

Rock Valley Publishing, your hometown newspapers serving the stateline has an opening for an experienced Media Sales Representative to call on current and new accounts in a protected sales territory. Growing area with many new businesses, this is a great opportunity for the right applicant. We publish newspapers, shoppers and niche publications throughout the stateline. You have the opportunity to sell into all Rock Valley Publishing. L.L.C. publications, making your paycheck much larger!

Misc. For Sale 1954 Ford 4-Dr. Black Crestliner V-8, 12 Volts, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Vehicle rated #3; nice runner. Call 630-379-9482

Vicki Vanderwerff, Director of Advertising Email: vicki@southernlakesnewspapers.com Fax: (262) 725-6844

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application for the position can be found at www.byron226.org under the “About Us” tab under Employment Opportunities/ Maintenance-Custodian.

Construction

FOR RENT

Misc. Services

ESCAVATING Specializing in yard grading. Driveway removal, gutter drain burial & much more. 815-541-7459

• BoB Gray •

CLAYTON COURT APARTMENTS

TOP PRICES PAID

815-978-5609

51 Clayton Ct. • Winnebago, IL 61088 Call today to request an application! 1-815-339-2140

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an equal opportunity provider.

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Water Softeners

Immediate Openings for 1 & 2 BR apartments. Rent includes water, sewer & trash. Amenities are: range/refrigerator, A/C, off street parking, W/D hook-ups as well as on-site laundry.

Now managed by Haun Management Systems,

Call Collect 815-871-2697

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Farm Market 265599

Apartments

• Bobcat Work • Dirt • Driveway Stone • Post Hole Digging Specializing Smaller Jobs

For your lame & injured cattle

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Broken Water Softener? !!! SPECIAL !!!

$10 + Parts .95

All makes and models.

• Office: 815-544-5376 • Cell: 815-505-8848 •

Notice CLASSIFIED IN-COLUMN ADS cannot be credited or refunded after the ad has been placed. Ads canceled before deadline will be removed from the paper as a service to our customers, but no credit or refund will be issued to your account.

BUSINESS & SERVICE

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CHILD CARE DISCLAIMER No individual, unless licensed or holding a permit as a child care facility, may cause to be published any advertisement soliciting a child care service. A child care facility that is licensed or operating under a permit issued by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services may publish advertisements of the services for which it is specifically licensed or issued a permit. Rock Valley Publishing strongly urges any parent or guardian to verify the validity of the license of any facility before placing a child in its care. DISCLAIMER NOTICE This publication does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate all ads, especially those asking for money in advance.

For immediate consideration send resume/job history to:

Byron CUSD #226 has an opening for a Full-Time Maintenance Worker. Additional information and job

Automobiles Wanted

Boats

Drivers

Contact Greg Spinhirne at 815-275-4215 to schedule an interview

2013 Ford Focus SE Sedan. Auto, Loaded, 50,000K, Excellent Condition. $7,200 OBO. 815-3470496

GET UP TO $500 for your unwanted junk truck, running or not, will haul away 7 days a week. 262-758-1807.

EMPLOYMENT

Looking for drivers. Must have good driving record. We are local and regional commodity hauling company. We provide a very competitive hourly wage plus paid vacation.

2006 KIA SPECTRA Good Runner. $1,800 OBO BRISTOL AREA. Call 262-914-2546 if interested leave a message.

GARAGE SALES Rockton-Roscoe Garage Sales 7849 WINDSPOINT RD. ROSCOE 1/2 mile E of Ledges Golf Course. May 17 & 18 9-5. HH, furniture, sports cards, books, Candlewick, jewelry, linens, lamps, Seagrams sports mirrors, Derby glasses.

1978 PIKE DEEP LUND 16’, 55 HP Johnson, EZ load trailer, $2000 Call/ text (262) 993-9042 2001 TRACKER BASS 25 HP, 15’, $3000. Call 608-921-0644

Campers and RVs

2002 NEWMAR COUNTRY STAR 35 ft. 5th wheel, 3 slide outs, new tires, stored inside, like new. 815-239-2183.

2004 Nomad 5th Wheel 23 FT, One Slide Out. Priced Reduced to $5,000. Call 815-233-2628

40’ 5TH WHEEL 2005 Toy hauler - $9500/OBO. 1973 27’ Fifth Wheel camper - $1500/OBO. Call 608-295-9780

Farm Machinery

3 CASE TRACTORS 1940 DC, 1944 DC, 1950 VAC. All run, good tires, call for details. 262-5346287.

JOHN DEERE CULTIMULCHER 12’ Excellent shape. 262-4732640 TWO ROW MASSI-HARRIS CORN CULTIVATOR. $75 262210-2889

Motorcycles

‘04 HD ROAD KING 21k, $10,200/OBO. 608-436-8932

1995 HARLEY SPORTSTER 200 rear tire, big bore kit, low mi., on engine, running boards, windshield & extras. $3,500 262-4921564

2006 KAWASAKI EX250 NINJA $2,000. 2007 Yamaha XT225 Enduro $2,500. Like new condition & low miles. 262-534-6287.

2011 HARLEY HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC, 5987 miles, excellent condition. Includes $5,000 after market upgrades, OEM parts and motorcycles jack. Asking $13,000. 262-763-4818.

2011 HARLEY HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC. 5987 miles, excellent condition includes $5,000 worth of OEM parts, after market upgrades and motorcycle jack. Asking $14,000. 262-7634818.

BLACK 2012 HARLEY DAVIDSON Tri Glide. 28539 miles. Lots of extras and chrome. Excellent Condition. $20,000 OBO. Call 815-266-1867

YAMAHA 2012 BLACK MAJESTY Only 2,825 mi., A.T., liquid cooled DOHC 400cc, excellent condition. $3,900 815-568-5267 or 815-529-1861

Trucks & Trailers 1993 PICKUP, rare, S10HD, V6, manual, floor. Decent body. Offer ? 847-987-7669.

WELLS CARGO RACE TRAILER with lights & generator, hitch is available. $6,000224-518-6491

Vans, Mini Vans

2006 FORD ECONLINE Wheel chair lift van. Good condition. 262210-2889

For details on placing an ad in our Employment Section Call Mary Jane 815-654-4850 ext. 22 mjane@rvpublishing.com


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