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EMPLOYMENT

Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, February 3, 2018 • Page 13

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE/
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Annandale
Sherburne County Public Works is hiring a full
Care Center
time Highway Maintenance/Equipment Operator.
is now hiring

Visit www.co.sherburne.mn.us to apply. EOE SHOW US YOUR Join our team of nearly Dietary Staf f On-call.

BEST!
10,000 professionals Shif t: 10:30 am to 7 pm
dedicated to bringing our LPN - 56 hours
best every day to patients, PT or On-call.
their families and our Star ting Wage
community! $18.10 - $22.10
SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIANS, We have openings for
Based On Experience

PARAPROFESSIONALS & VAN DRIVERS positions in patient care


and Shif t

NEEDED! $14 PER HOUR!


NAR - Evenings and
and non-patient care areas.
Over Night
Please go to www.becker.k12.mn.us for Go to Senior Care-giver
more information and to apply online. centracare.com/employment for Memory Care
to search for openings and Cottages. TTrrain on-site.
apply today! Evenings and Overnights
Paradigm Residential Services, Inc.

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• Working with higher functioning Individuals
eligible for single
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BUS
DRIVERS
NEEDED
We are looking for team players that work well
with others that are safety driven for both am and
pm routes. Benefits such as PERA, 403b and
health insurance for drivers that are
hired/assigned an am and pm route. We do offer
training for the right person to complete their
CDL, Passenger, School Bus & Air Brake
Endorsement. Will give credit for experience.
For detailed job description & to apply online, go to:
www.applitrack.com/becker/onlineapp/

Best Western Chelsea Hotel


is currently hiring:
HOUSEKEEPING Supporting Adults with Disabilities
PT Weekdays and every other weekend.
We are looking for
BREAKFAST ATTENDANT • FULL TIME JOB COACHES
7am-11am, Weekdays; • ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS
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No experience required. & provides free employee dental and life insurance.
Must be comfortable working
on your feet and with food & people
CNC Machinists $18 - $23 To apply go to
Quality Inspectors $16 - $18 www.options-inc.org
Options, Inc. (EOE)
Please apply in person at Machine Operators $10 - $15
89 Chelsea Road, Monticello.
No phone calls please. We have openings on all shifts. NOW HIRING
Apply at 201 5th St NE Suite #5
CNC MILL SET-UP · DAY CASHIER – FT.
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PExperience needed in CNC mill $9.50 set-up, Touching


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- $10
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Human Service
Technician
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Dazzlers dance team


BLUE
NOW HIRING
competes in Monticello
RIBBON
QUALITY MEATS EXPERIENCED BY BRENDAN POTTER

LINE COOK
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Is Hiring!
The Becker dance
team stayed close to home
WILL TRAIN THE
FT BUTCHER/
this past weekend, traveling
to Monticello for their Invi-
RIGHT PERSON
MEAT CUTTER
tational. This was the last
Immediate opening. Will
meet of the regular season
train, must be punctual &
and the last meet overall for
have clean appearance.
• Wage based
the JV teams.
$15 to start on exp.
Apply in person The Monticello Invite
or Call John hosted 14 teams from
Come in & fill out

around the state, several


application.

teams that the Becker team


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had not yet seen this sea-
7124 Jason Ave NE
son. After a long day of
Monticello
competition, the Dazzlers
(763) 856-8900 THE DAZZLERS WERE ALL SMILES after a fun and successful day of competing

found themselves with fifth


2120 165th Ave., Santiago in Monticello. (Submitted Photo)

place finishes in JV, fourth and rewarding to see the ac- fine tuning and cleaning to tackling a difficult routine
place in Varsity kick and complishments over the do before next weekend, and they are really coming
third place in Varsity jazz.
TADD'S LIGHTHOUSE
course of a season. This but our scores have been on strong at the end of the
The JV kick team per- team has made improve- improving over the last season. Our scores continue
(Adult Foster Care &

formed well in their final ments in both their skill set couple competitions and to improve with each per-
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performance, bringing lots and performance quality that is what we like to see formance and I am looking
Host Position Is seeking compassionate
of energy to the routine. this year and I'm certain right before Sections! The forward to next weekend!"
“This team has come a they will continue to do so 4AA Section is a very said Coach Baloun.
Available individuals with initiative
long way this season and in the future," said Coach tough Section, so we really Becker will compete at
& enthusiasm to work as
improved so much! They Baloun. want to be at our best!" said the 4AA Section meet at
Start with W
Weeekends
really brought the routine to Varsity kick performed Baloun. Alexandria High School
• Direct Support Staff
life today. I can't wait to their high energy routine Varsity jazz also Saturday.
w/Added Hours Awake Overnights
see what they can accom- and received their best earned their best scores of This competition will
This Summer FT & PT Days
plish in the future," said scores of the season at this the season at this competi- include teams from Sartell,
Coach Nadia Fischer- competition. tion and took home the Rocori, St Cloud Cathedral,
Apply at: El Loro
Variety of shifts avail.
Danzeisen. "There were less than third place trophy. Pequot Lakes, Alexandria,
CNA Cert Pref. 1 Year Exp
The JV jazz team com- 20 points separating first “We will be working Becker, Albany, Annandale,
16792 198th AAvve NW Pref. Send inquiries:
peted their routine one last and fourth place, which is really hard over the next Monticello, Detroit Lakes,
Big Lake MN
time as well. tight in dance team. We are week to perfect our routine Foley, Willmar, St Cloud
amber@taddslighthouse.com
"We really wanted to looking very closely at and bring in even higher Apollo, and Melrose. The
finish the season strong and scores as we head towards scores at sections. This competition starts at 11am.
Home most weekends. Starting pay
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they did that today. It is fun sections. There is still some team has done a great job

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Bulldog wrestlers
finish 7th at S. St. Paul
By Gary Meyer, Editor North St. Paul.
Bulldog wrestlers cap- The three seventh
tured four third place fin- place winners were Adam
ishes and three seventh Jurek, 113, a 5-2 decision
place medals to finish mid- over Ethan Hook, Eden
pack in the 16-team Veld- Prairie; Blake Paulson, 145,
man Invite at South St. Paul a 5-1 decision over Phillip
Saturday. Guse, Eden Prairie; and
Becker had 93 points Alex Berglund, 152, an in-
for seventh place. South St. jury forfeit winner over
Paul won the tournament Matt Stack, Park Center.
with 216 points and was Lincoln Carlson, 170,
followed by Stillwater, 195; picked up points for an
Blaine, 194; Maple Grove, eighth place finish, when
171; Lakeville North, 131; he lost to Ethan Mantich,
Eden Prairie, 130; Becker, Lakeville North, 3-2.
LUCAS PAULSON readied for more action against

NEW IN TOWN? Austin, 87; North St. Paul, After Saturday’s ac-
his 126-pound opponent from Little Falls. In recent ac-
63; Park Center, 35; Hum- tion, Anderson stood at 15-
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tion he won the match by pinfall. (Photo by Gary W.

boldt, 25; Cretin-Derham 7 on the season; Jurek,


Meyer)

Hall, 23; Mpls. North, 23; over Wai Wai Eh, Como, in Radunz, 285, who got a 4- 8-14; Paulson, 22-7; Bern-
WITH THE CITIZEN-TRIBUNE! St. Paul Central, 22; and St. 2:57; Jacob Berning, 138, a 3 decision over Aaron Ma- ing, 18-8; Logan Jurek, 18-
CALL OUR OFFICE TO START Paul Como Park, 15.
Becker’s four third
4-1 decision over Jack
Schlink, Eden Prairie;
mundo, Park Center.
Ethan Anderson, 106,
11; Berglund, 4-3; Carlson,
7-16; Radunz, 20-5.
RECEIVING OUR PAPER. place finishers were Lukas Logan Jurek, 145, a 4:48 managed a fifth place fin- The wrestlers are at Al-
Paulson, 120, who won his pinfall win over Andrew ish, that coming with a 9-6 bany Friday afternoon.
763-261-5880 or 320-558-2037 ribbon with a pinfall win Barnard, Como; and Nick decision over Issac Fang,

Eagles split games


BY KEON MCGARVEY
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Eagles 5,
Legacy Christian 2
The Eagles’ defeated
Legacy Christian 5-2 at
Super Rink 5 last Saturday.
It was the Eagles ninth win
of the season and their third
straight win, the longest
winning streak this season.
The Eagles were down
1-0 less than a minute into
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the first period. Jaden Keo,


with the assist from Austin
Rydberg and Corbin Kollar,
tied the game just under
EAGLES GOALIE Caden Weber. (Submitted Photo)

seven minutes into the pe- Legacy Christian was 0-2 from a shutout with a goal
riod. on power plays against the late in the third.
Legacy Christian re- Eagles. North Branch scored
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tie the game. Aubrey Hart- Zach Piehl tended the minutes in the penalty box.
fiel and Logan Beckstrom goal for the Eagles, saving North Branch served five
had the assists. 24 of 26 shots. minutes on one major in-
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score one final goal for the their winning streak at three under 22 minutes and faced
Eagles, sealing a 5-2 win. games. heavy offensives from
There were 11 total in- The Eagles were down North Branch, saving 22 of
fractions that resulted in 23 6-0 at the end of the first 31 shots against him.
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