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EMPLOYMENT

Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, January 27, 2018 • Page 11

Sherburne County is hiring:


Full Time Sheriff’s Office
BLUE
RIBBON now hiring
eXperienCeD
New Job In The New Year!
Helpdesk Technician
QUALITY MEATS

line Cook
CURRENT OPENINGS
Let Is Hiring!
Visit www.co.sherburne.mn.us to apply. EOE
• CNC Machinists 1st & 2nd –to $20/hr

will train the


• Warehouse – full & pt
• Press Operators- 2nd –up to $13/hr FT BUTCHER/

right person
• HR Benefits – Direct Hire
• Data Entry & More! MEAT CUTTER
Open doors Immediate opening. Will
for you! And More Jobs! train, must be punctual &

VAN DRIVERS NEEDED


have clean appearance. • Wage based
Find us at www.expresspros.com/stcloudmn $15 to start on exp.
Apply in person
or call us at 320-251-1038

Sherburne County is hiring: or Call John


Come in & fill out
Please go to www.becker.k12.mn.us for application.

Full Time Accounting Support


more information and to apply online. 763-350-0656
Assistant-Jail/Commissary
7124 Jason Ave NE

FT & PT TELLERS Monticello

Visit www.co.sherburne.mn.us to apply. EOE


(763) 856-8900
2120 165th Ave., Santiago
Sherburne State Bank is seeking to hire FT and PT Tellers. Must
be available until 6 pm on weekdays & until noon on Saturdays. TADD'S LIGHTHOUSE
(Adult Foster Care &
Please submit resume by February 1, 2018 to: EOE/ADA
Sherburne State Bank, Attn: Alyssa Braaten
Related Services agency) ADVERTISING
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Best Western Chelsea Hotel Annandale


is currently hiring: Care Center
HOUSEKEEPING is now hiring
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and Shif t
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Technician Activities Coordinator - FT

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Quality Inspectors $16 - $18
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Gymnasts keep on improving, beat two solid foes


BY BILL MORGAN
Again, Becker's five com- gym and work to make im-
petitors swept the top places to provements.”
Beam Scores: 1). O'Brien
STAFF WRITER
score a season-high team total
The Becker Bulldog gym- on bars. (BB) - 9.3; 2). Olsen (BB) -
nastics team captured first Bars Scores: 1). O'Brien 8.25; 3). Kirchner (BB) -
place in two meets this past (BB) - 8.85; 2). Emi Quill 7.825; 4) Kayla Wolfsteller
week. Friday, they hosted (BB) - 8.75; 3). Woelfel (BB) - (HLWWHT) - 7.75; 5). Quill
Howard Lake-Waverly-Win- 8.45; 4). Olsen (BB) - 8.15; 5). (BB) - 7.4.
sted-Holy Trinity and Tuesday Holm (BB) - 7.8. Floor Exercise
they hosted Paynesville-Eden Beam Exercise Despite problems at
Valley-Watkins. “Unfortunately, we had beam, the team rebounded well
Becker: 139.75 way too many falls on the and turned in another season-
HLWWHT: 117.875 beam which resulted in one of high team total on floor.
For three of the four the lowest team totals of the Floor Scores: 1). O'Brien
events last Friday, the Bulldogs season,” said the head coach. (BB) - 9.4; 2). Woelfel (BB)
had their best scores of the sea- O'Brien was the only 9.1 (personal best); 3). Olsen
son — even with a very low Bulldog gymnast to stick her (BB) - 9.05; 4). Quill (BB) -
beam total, Jen Harmoning’s routine. 8.7; 5). Kirchner (BB) - 8.45.
team managed to score a sea- “We had eight falls total All-Around
son-high total. and had to count five of those O'Brien had a great night,
“The team has shown that in our team score,” Harmoning sweeping the top places on
they are obviously more com- said. “Each fall is automati- everything and scoring her sea-
SOPHOMORE KEE-

fortable competing at home on cally a half-point deduction. son-high all-around.


LEY HOLM conducted a

their home equipment,” said And then there are many diffi- All-Around Scores: 1).
very difficult roll over rou-

Harmoning. “But in order to culty and bonus tenths that get O'Brien (BB) - 37.025; 2).
tine during Tuesday’s home

find success moving forward, lost due to losing credit for the Olsen (BB) - 34.625; 3).
meet against PEVW.
swept the top places to capture skills fallen on.” Woelfel (BB) - 34.025; 4).
they have to be able to bring
a season-high vault total. However, Harmoning and Heather Leukuma
that same level of performance
Vault Scores: 1). Mi- her coaches know everything (HLWWHT) - 30.725.
no matter where we go to com-
randa O'Brien (BB) - 9.475; 2). that happens at this point is a
pete. This is something the
Sarah Woelfel (BB) - 9.325 good learning opportunity. Becker 140.925
younger girls will be able to
(personal best score); 3). Lind- “The girls learn about PEVW 121.225
improve upon with the experi-
say Olsen (BB) - 9.175; 4). themselves, but I am also For the second consecu-
ence they've been gaining this
Amelia Kirchner (BB) - 8.55; learning as I watch how they tive meet, the Bulldogs
season.”
EIGHTH-GRADER SARAH WOELFEL has emerged as
5). Keeley Holm (BB) - 8.5. handle certain things,” she
Vault Exercise
Bars Exercise GYM to page 9
a rising star on the girls gymnastics team. Above, she dis-

All five Becker gymnasts said. “We will go back to the


plays a confident smile as she competes on floor exercise.
(Photos by Bill Morgan)

CIS Robotics continue their build season


By Brendan Potter, Contributing Writer programming needs. They have also been coding practice drive- The department of busi-
CIS Robotics continues their build season and prepares for train and were able to take it for a spin up and down the hallways ness and finance has been
this years game. of BHS. working insanely hard on the
This week the media team is working towards finalizing the CIS's STEP team, Safety, Training, Equipment, and Pit, have business plan and Team Bible.
“Meet the Team” video. This video will be viewed in C.I.S. been compiling the 2018 safety binder and redoing battery ter- The business plan is the formal
4607’s pit at competitions and published on YouTube and the minals in order to eliminate the risk of an electrical hazard. They document which outlines CIS's
team website. This video has been a fun project for Senior Media have also been finalizing the yearly standard operating proce- goals for the season. This plan also includes what needs to be
Producer Evan Girtz for the past three seasons. dures. done in order to achieve their goals.
The programming team for C.I.S. 4607 has always put pride On strategy this week members have began working on de- CIS team engineers have been the doing Failure Mode Eval-
in mentoring rookie teams. On the agenda this week, the C.I.S. veloping a game playbook so the drive team can better manage uation Analysis (FMEA) on the drivetrain. CIS is currently meet-
programming department has been helping rookie teams with the game for certain situations. ing their targeted objectives on the Gantt Chart.

Eagles hockey triumph over Northwest Icemen


By Keon McGarvey, the Eagles less than two minutes into After no score in the second pe- seconds, and with help from Hartifiel, against the Eagles. The Icemen
Contributing Writer the first period. Northwest Icemen riod, Corbin Kollar gave the Eagles a set up Schug to score the the game served 10 minutes on five infractions.
The Eagles celebrated Hockey would tie two minutes later. Eagles 3-2 lead with a goal just under three winning goal for the Eagles. 4-3 final. The Eagles improved to a 7-10
Day in Minnesota Saturday they way stars Aubrey Hartfiel and Weston minutes in. Northwest Icemen would Zach Piehl faced 22 shots during season record.

EMPLOYMENT
they knew best, on the ice. In Rup- Schug gave the Eagles a 2-1 lead with tie the game again with less than a the game, saving 19. The Eagles at-
pelius’ final game, the Eagles came Hartfiel scoring with Schug assisting. minute left in regulation. tempted 33 shots against the Icemen.
out on top with a 4-3 win at home. The game tied again 2-2 at the end of Ruppelius, in his final game be- Alec Doran (tripping) served
Austin Rydberg put in a goal for the period. fore chemo, lead a charge in the final two minutes on the only penalty

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following positions. Apply online at beckercommunitycenter.com
or stop by and complete an application.
WATERSLIDE ATTENDANTS
Under general supervision of the Aquatic Supervisor, a
Water Slide Attendant's primary responsibility is to provide
supervision and policy enforcement of the facility water
slide. Applicants must be available to work evenings and
NOW HIRING
· DAY CASHIER – FT.
weekends.
SPECIALTY INSTRUCTORS
Monday – Friday.
· CASHIERS – FT & PT.
BCC and the Becker Park & Rec Dept. offers a wide variety
of programs and classes throughout the year. We are con-
tinuously seeking instructors to propose and lead special
Evenings and weekends.
· OVERNIGHT CASHIERS – FT.
BENEFITS AVAIL: Health, Dental, Vision, interest classes for Preschoolers through Seniors in the areas
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•HOSTS – PT.
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submit a general employment application for the position
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· DISHWASHERS – PT.
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