You are on page 1of 2

Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, December 30, 2017 • Page 11

2017 - The
year in review

BECKER JUNIOR
PASTOR ROB OLSEN EMILY BROVOLD cap-

EMPLOYMENT
of Becker Baptist Church tured second place in
celebrated his 25 year an- speech at sections and
niversary in August. (Photo BECKER FAMILY STARS IN GODSPELL. The Larcom SOPHOMORE JORDAN GRUENES was mobbed by
competed at state in Apple
by Bill Morgan) See story family, (left to right) Jenny, Dave, Jeannine and Paul, several Haitian children during one of the soccer events
Valley in April. (Submitted
on page 1. starred in a local production of Godspell in April in he was part of during his mission trip to Haiti in early
Photo)
Monticello. (Submitted Photo) April. (Photo by Courtney Cushing Kiernat)

New Job In The New Year!


Let
Grow your career With rem!

VAN DRIVERS NEEDED


CURRENT OPENINGS AREA DIRECTOR
• CNC Machinists - up to $23/hr.
• Hatchery Production - $12/hr POSITION SUMMARY
• Fabricators - up to $13.25/hr.. The Area Director is responsible to supervise services for people with dis-
abilities within a region or portion of a region. The Area Director may super-
Please go to www.becker.k12.mn.us for
OPEN DOORS
• Health Facility Cleaners - $12.97/hr.

And More Jobs!


vise Intermediate Care Facilities, Semi-Independent Living Services,
more information and to apply online.
• Payroll Clerks- $13+/hr.

FOR YOU!
Waivered and other related services. This position is responsible for various
programs in the Wright Co./Buffalo area.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Find us at www.expresspros.com/stcloudmn The Area Director supervises assigned Program Supervisors and is responsi-
ble for the operation of specific sites or services including program services,
TADD'S LIGHTHOUSE
or call us at 320-251-1038

Life Skills Coach (LSC) - On Call


personnel management, financial management, physical plant, county and (Adult Foster Care &
consumer relations and quality enhancement programs. Above all, the Area Related Services agency) GROOMER WANTED
Director is responsible to protect and promote the health, safety and well-
Is seeking compassionate Experienced groomer
being of the people served. needed for a veterinary
REQUIREMENTS individuals with initiative clinic & boarding facility.
PT on-call nights LSC to provide independent living • 18 years of age or older
& enthusiasm to work as Available to start ASAP.
support to people w/disabilities in their apts in Big • Bachelor’s degree required, in related field
• Three to six yrs of significant management exp., preferbly in the human • Direct Support Staff Must have all equip-
Lake. Duties include responding to consumer calls services industry. ment. Fill out application
within 10-15 min & address issues w/problem solv- • Knowledge and understanding of applicable federal and state regulations. Awake Overnights & do demo before hire.
ing & daily living skills. Ed: min. of HS diploma & • Demonstrated ability in areas of leadership, personnel, program operation
and fiscal management. FT & PT Days Experience required.
exp. w/people w/disabilities. • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of behavior management Barrington Oaks
principles, program development and monitoring techniques.
Variety of shifts avail.
Send Cover Letter & Resume to: North Animal Clinic
• Eligible as determined by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Dept. CNA Cert Pref. 1 Year Exp
danellest@independentlifestyles.org. of Human Services and the Company’s Corporate Compliance Plan. 32233 124th St NW
For Full Ad: www.independentlifestyles.org. • Valid Driver’s license and driving record that meets driving record require- Pref. Send inquiries: Princeton, MN 55371
ments as defined by the company. amber@taddslighthouse.com 763-389-4071
People w/disabilities strongly encouraged to apply. EOE/AA
Apply online: Jobs.thementornetwork.com/Minnesota

Pay based on all miles


and/or submit resume online.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
WANTED: OTR DRIVERS
loaded or empty.
REM South Central Services - Buffalo, MN
EOE

Paradigm Residential Services, Inc.


Hiring Flexible Evenings, Weekend Day/Evening Hours Please call 218-686-9589
• Direct Care with higher functioning Individuals
No Experience required, will train the right people.

• Starting Pay: $11.00


• Available Locations: Buffalo, Champlin, Dayton, Elk River, Now Hiring For The
Monticello and Anoka
• Apply online at www.paraserv.org, or call for an Following Positions
application 763-333-0390
• Requirements: 18 years or older, Driver’s License, Ability
• Resident Services Director/RN
to pass a State of Minnesota Background Check
• LPN • Assistant Resident Services Director/RN
• Sales Counselor • CNA/Resident Assistant
• Housekeeper 37.5 hr/wk
• PT Evening Activities Aide
Best Western Chelsea Hotel • PT Weekend Laundry Aide
is currently hiring:
$1,000 sign-on bonus for
HOUSEKEEPING CNA/Resident Assistants,
PT Weekdays and every other weekend. RN’s & LPN’s
THE FRONT DESK
3pm-11pm, Some weekends,
16 to 40 hrs. per week.

Please apply in person at


89 Chelsea Road, Monticello.

ADVERTISING SELLS
No phone calls please.
BENEFITS AVAIL: Health, Dental, Vision,
Life, 401K, PTO, Tuition Reimbursement

PUT YOUR AD IN THE CITIZEN-TRIBUNE THE WELLSTEAD OF ROGERS &


TO APPLY VISIT - WELLSTEADOFROGERS.COM OR STOP BY

AND START SEEING THE RESULTS! DIAMONDCREST SENIOR LIVING


CALL OUR OFFICE 763-261-5880
ASK FOR MARY, CAROL OR GARY!
20600 S. DIAMOND LAKE RD, ROGERS

DOUBLE YOUR EXPOSURE WITH PRINT Citizen-Tribune Annandale


AND WEB ADVERTISING! 763-261-5880 Care Center
is now hiring
Dietary Staf f On-call.
Human Service Shif t: 10:30 am to 7 pm
LPN - 64-72 Hrs/Pay
Technician Period. Star ting Wage

SHOW US YOUR
$18.10– $22.10 Based
Join our team of nearly
Divine House, Inc.

BEST!
on Experience and Shif t
Is currently accepting applications for
10,000 professionals
NAR Evenings - Overnights
our Big Lake, Buffalo and surrounding
dedicated to bringing our
Senior Caregiver - TTrrain
area sites. Full and Part time positions are
best every day to patients,
on-site. Evenings and
available with afternoon/evening shifts.
their families and our
Overnights
Experience working with people with
community!
Housekeeping
disabilities or background in medical Par t Time TMA On-call
field and supervisory experience helpful
We have openings for

but not necessary.


Qualifyfying positions
positions in patient care eligible for single
and non-patient care areas. coverage paid health.
Apply online at divinehouse.org Apply on-line at
www.ahcsmn.org or
Go to
centracare.com/employment
or (320) 231-2738 call Sally for more info:
320-274-1327
to search for openings and Divine House, Inc.
apply today! 328 5th St. SW,
EOE
EEO/AA - CentraCare Health has made a commitment to diversity in its workforce and all individuals,
including, but not limited to, individuals with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.
Willmar, MN 56201
EMPLOYMENT
Page 12 • Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, December 30, 2017

Dazzlers dance team


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I
Sherburne County Attorney Department is hiring
Granite Ridge Conference
BY BRENDAN POTTER
a full time Administrative Assistant I. CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Visit www.co.sherburne.mn.us to apply. EOE
The Dazzlers dance team
hosted the Granite Ridge
dance team conference at the
Becker High School Thurs-
EOE/ADA

day, Dec. 21. Teams from Al-


bany, Becker, Foley, St Cloud
Cathedral and Zimmerman
competed in this conference.
"Overall the Becker
WANTED Dance Team had a great night,
with all four teams placing,"
• PASSION • DRIVE • EXCITEMENT said Coach Baloun.
JV jazz, JV kick and Var-
• LEADERSHIP • LOVE FOR LEARNING sity kick all placed second be-
• AN OPEN MIND & A BIG HEART!! hind St Cloud Cathedral and
Varsity Jazz placed third be-
hind Zimmerman in second,
and St Cloud Cathedral in
THIS SOUND LIKE YOU?

first.
If so, you are WANTED by REM/The Mentor Network to fill out roles
(ABOVE) THE DAZ-
"We don't get many op-
as a Direct Support Professional and Caregiver.
Z L E R S DA N C E T E A M
portunities to compete at
QUALIFICATIONS:
home, so this was a lot of fun
hosted the Granite Ridge
• 18 years or older • Valid Driver’s License
for us. The crowd was very
Conference last Thursday
• Ability to pass a background
supportive and all our teams
night with all four teams

performed well," said Coach


LOCATIONS: placing. (RIGHT) THREE

Fischer Danzeisen.
Buffalo, Delano, Maple Lake, Cokato, Monticello, and St. Michael! SENIORS, Sami, Morgan &

"It takes a lot of volun-


Melody, were recognized
WHAT: FT, PT, Every Other Weekend, Awake Overnights, & MORE!!
teers to pull off an event like
at the meet as they partic-

this. Our parents and family


*All Training you may need is Provided!! ipated in their final season

members really pulled to-


LEARN MORE AT: Jobs.thementornetwork.com/buffalo as part of the Dazzlers.

gether to keep things running


(Photos from Facebook)

smoothly. We couldn't have four teams will be working


done it without them," added and practicing over break to
Baloun. clean routines as well as make
"While it was a lot of fun changes that could increase
and we felt pretty succesful at scores at future competitions.
our home Conference meet, Routines are always evolving
we still have a lot of work to over the course of the season,
NOW HIRING — do for the second half of the and this year is no different, “
season. Both Varsity Kick and said Baloun. Jan. 13. see them perform at home.
START IMMEDIATELY!! Varsity Jazz saw their highest After winter break the If you would like to see They will be performing
scores of the season on Thurs- Dazzlers will compete at the the Dazzlers perform their at halftime during the Becker
day night, but they want to Alexandria Invitational Jan. 6 competition routines, there basketball games on Jan. 16
continue to build on that. All and the Rocori Invitational are two more opportunities to and Jan. 26.
Machine Operator - Foley $12 - $14 DOE
Fiberglass Fabrication - St. Cloud $12 - $12.50

Tigers claw back


Food Packaging - St. Cloud $11.50 - $12
Laundry Service - St. Cloud $9.80 - $10
Plastic Fabrication - St. Cloud $11 -$16 DOE

for win over Bulldogs


Maintenance Tech - Foley $14+ DOE
Forklift Operator - Sartell $13+ DOE
Forklift Operator - St. Cloud $13+ DOE
By Bill Morgan, Staff Writer “Princeton made critical plays
The Princeton Tigers de- down the stretch and showed
General Assembly - Paynesville $10

feated the Becker Lady Bull- poise. We played well enough


Warehouse - Wadena $10+ DOE
dogs by a score of 52-51 in to win for 39.5 minutes, but
overtime Thursday in the didn't close out well for what-
Paper Assembly - St. Cloud $9.50 - $10

Monticello Invitational. ever reason.”


Food Prod. and Packaging - St. Cloud $11.28 - $12.81
Renee Tripp hit two foul Bengtson led the Bull-
shots with 29 seconds to go in dogs with 13 points while
Window Assembly - St. Cloud $12.50

the game to give Becker a Courtney Nuest contributed


Warehouse - St. Cloud $12.25
60 10th Ave. S. Waite Park, MN 56387 four-point lead in overtime. 11.
320-253-3850 • www.MastersonStaffing.com “From there, everything Princeton’s Lauren Bjur-
unraveled for the Bulldogs,” man scored 15 points and
said Head Coach Dan Baird. scored well in the post. Her
Princeton scored on a team moves to 6-4 on the sea-
quick attack in the post, and son while Becker falls to 4-5.
Becker following a steal, they nailed As the Monticello Tour-
WINTER down a shot and the game was nament continues, Becker
Public Library tied at 51. took on Chisago Lakes and
Becker turned the ball Wisconsin Badger recruit Car-
$PECIAL$
over once again on an over- men Backes Friday at 2 p.m. A
Providing Quality Building

and-back violation. The full report on that game will


LIBRARY HOURS: Supplies at Affordable Prices

Tigers attacked the basket and occur in next week’s Citizen-


Mon 2-8, Tue 10-6, Since 1974

got a foul call with just six Tribune.


Wed 2-6, Thur 2-8,
seconds left. Maddie Shafer Next week, the Bulldogs
hit one of two foul shots and play at St. Cloud Apollo Tues-
Fri 2-5, Sat 10-1

time ran out on the Bulldogs day, then return home for a
as Julia Bengtson’s shot at the game against Mora Thursday
BOOK YOUR ORDER TODAY!

buzzer was blocked. and against Cambridge-Isanti


LATCHAM-LIND LUMBER & JULIA BENGTSON had 13 points in Becker’s OT

“This was an exciting Friday.


loss to Princeton Thursday. Bengtson had a last second
Call Paul or Bryan for FREE Estimates
POST FRAME BUILDINGS

11500 Sherburne Avenue overtime game,” said Baird.


shot to win the game blocked by a Tiger, resulting in a

Becker, MN 55308
117th Avenue, Milaca one-point loss. (Photo by Bill Morgan)

763-261-4454
(north end of Milaca off Central Ave)

Un d e r
Call today for price information

Bulldogs split two


320-983-6304 • 1-800-818-1846

BY BILL MORGAN

ALL YOUR One


STAFF WRITER

The Bulldog boys basket-


ball team split two games this
week to bring their overall

NEEDS Roof!
FINANCIAL
record to 2-5 and 1-1 in the
Granite Ridge Conference.
Becker 67, Milaca 63
The Bulldogs traveled to
Milaca last Friday night and
came away with a four-point
win.
Lucas Dertinger once
again was the Bulldogs’ lead-
ing scorer. He tallied 30 points
on eight-of-16 shooting, in-
Annandale 320-274-8216 cluding seven three-pointers.
Clearwater 320-558-2271 He also had seven rebounds,
four assists and two steals.
www.lakecentralbank.com The Wolves were led by
service@lakecentralbank.com Peyton Rothanburg, who
scored 21 points.

Hungry?
The Bulldogs notched
nine, second-chance points
and had 15 points off
turnovers. Milaca had 12 sec-

we’ve got
ond-chance points, nine team
rebounds, eight fast-break
points and 17 points off
turnovers.
Becker scoring:

you covered!
SENIOR LUCAS DERTINGER continued his torrid

Dertinger 30, Brandon


pace in scoring for the year as he led the Bulldogs in

Gustafson 16, Caleb


scoring in two games this week (30, 30) while his team

Quernemoen 7, Sam Ricker 5,


split with Milaca and Sauk Rapids-Rice. (Photo by Bill

Justin Kringle 4, Cade Calla-


Morgan)
han 3 and Travis Myers 2. time 26-19 and looked prime Bryce Boser 2 and Kringler 2.
Milaca scoring: to take their second win in a Storm scoring: Deang
Rothanburg 21, Cade Soren- row. 30, Braden Tretter 7, Nathan
son 18, Dylan Ash 9, Jake However, SRR’s Deng Waldorf 6, Cade Milton-
Deang lit things up in the sec- Baumgardner 6, Anthony
Check out our Dining & Mach 6, Logan Mollacek 4,
Joe Berg 4 and Steven Worth ond half — leading the Storm Massman 4, Joshua Schloe 4,
Entertainment section for 1.
Storm 62, Bulldogs 55
to a 45-29 advantage and a
seven-point win.
Cody Landwehr 3 and Adrian
Ziebarth 2.
local fun & food! Need On the road again, the Dertinger did his part, Up Next
Becker boys basketball team nailing seven three-pointers to The Bulldogs played Fri-
to get your business in? lost by seven to the Sauk keep his team in the game. No day at Albany (full report on
Call us to Advertise! Rapids-Rice Storm Wednes-
day evening.
other players on the court
scored in double figures be-
game in next week’s Citizen-
Tribune), then they host Will-
763-261-5880 The Bulldogs jumped out sides Dertinger and Deang.
Bulldog scoring:
mar Tuesday and travel to
Dassel-Cokato Friday.
to a commanding lead against
1-800-261-7767 the Storm behind Dertinger’s Dertinger 30, Ricker 9,
30 points. Becker led at half- Quernemoen 8, Gustafson 4,