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* Help Wanted: Lunchtime Solutions, Inc. a leader in the food service management industry is currently seeking applications for a “dishwasher” to become part of their food service operations team at the Ainsworth
Community Schools. Responsibilities will include assisting with kitchen duties such as dishwashing, kitchen cleanup and other duties as assigned by kitchen manager. Qualified candidates must demonstrate excellent customer service skills, dependability and a desire to work in a team focused environment. Lunchtime Solutions offer competitive compensation, a retirement savings 401k plan, paid holidays and a robust paid time off program. Qualified applications should call Charlene Smith at 712-898-5224 or apply online at www.lunchtimesolutions.com/careers. Lunchtime Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, marital status, disability or status as a U.S. Veteran.
* Help Wanted: Cottonwood Villa in Ainsworth is looking to fill a permanent dining room aide position. This is a part time, morning position. They offer competitive wages and a fun work environment. If you’re interested in this part time morning dining room aide position, call Ann Fiala at 387-1000 for more information or better yet, just stop in and visit with Ann at Cottonwood Villa.
* Help Wanted: Rock County is now accepting applications for an employee in the roads department. Applicants must possess a valid Class A CDL or be able to obtain one immediately upon employment. Hiring is subject to a
satisfactory pre-employment drug test. Application forms must be obtained from the office of the Rock County Clerk and be returned to the Clerk no later than 4 p.m. on November 2, 2018. The Rock County Clerk, 400
State Street, PO Box 367, Bassett, NE 68714. If you have questions or for more information call 684-3933.
* Nurses Help Wanted: Come make a difference in the elder community and be a part of a growing facility! The Sandhills Care Center Nursing Home in Ainsworth is looking for part time and full time RNs, LPNs and CNAs. Negotiable starting wage, pay differentials and a benefits package is available. For a full job description and qualifications or to submit your resume, please contact Stephanie Rucker by calling 387-1294 OR email
email@example.com. You can fill out an application on line by going to www.sandhillscarecenter.com. Come make a difference in the elder community and be a part of a growing facility!
* Maintenance Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center has a full or part time position available as a maintenance director. They are looking for someone who is self motivated, handy and who will take pride in the care center. Work will include daily and preventative care, repair and maintenance of the facility and equipment. Benefits package is available to qualified applicant. For a full job description and qualifications or to submit your resume, please contact Stephanie Rucker by calling 387-1294 OR email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can fill out an application on line by going to www.sandhillscarecenter.com. Come make a difference in the elder community and be a part of a growing facility!
* Volunteers Help Wanted: The Sandhills Care Center is always on the lookout for volunteers! You get to set your own hours and times, they just like to know a little in advance so they can plan accordingly. You can help with
activities, plan your own activity, play music, sit outside, or just go to rooms and visit. Anything volunteers are willing to do – the Sandhills Care Center staff is happy to accommodate. If you have an ideas or any questions please call Macey at the Sandhills Care Center, phone 387-1294 or email email@example.com.
* Housekeeping/Laundry Help Wanted: The Sandhills Care Center in Ainsworth is seeking to fill positions in housekeeping and laundry. Full time and part time positions are available. For a full job description please contact Stephanie Rucker by calling 387-1294 OR email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can fill out an application on line by going to www.sandhillscarecenter.com. Come make a difference in the elder community and be a part of a growing facility!
* For Sale: Lawn mower motors –
12&1/2 – 13 horse power. Gene also has for sale a John Deere
Riding Lawn Mower with a 40” deck for $400. A Yard Machine
riding lawn mower with no deck for $120. Plus 3 footstools
to give away. Call 382-5488. Gene is located at 336 North
Elm in Ainsworth, ½ block south of Ampride on the east side
of the street.
* For Sale: Horizon hard wood
pellets. These are hard wood pellets with no bark. You can
buy these by the pallet for $254 – a pallet is one ton so
just $5.08 per bag. The price may be a bit higher than other
wood pellets but you get what you pay for. The heat output
with these Horizon pellets is better than any other on the
market. They use only clean, dry wood to ensure their
pellets provide the cleanest, hottest burn possible. Every
pallet is covered with a 4 mil, UV protected shrink cover to
make a tight, moisture resistant load. See for yourself,
give Horizon Hard Wood Pellets a try – call Pfister Wrecker
Service and Repair, Duane Pfister at 760-1532.
* The Bassett Housing Authority
provides affordable, safe housing to qualifying families
and individuals. They offer spacious family units as
well as 1 bedroom apartments all furnished with stove,
refrigerator, washer and dryer. Utilities paid, snow
removal, lawn care and maintenance included. Income
guidelines do apply. To be put on the list as units
become available or for more information call The
Bassett Housing Authority at 684-3329. Their party room
is available to the public for rent, very reasonable at
just $15. So if you need a convenient venue to hold a
meeting or a party call The Bassett Housing Authority to
reserve the date for their party room. Again that
number is 684-3329. Deb is in the office Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, and Thursdays. If no answer, please leave a
message and she will get back to you.
has office space
available for rent. Our offices would provide a great
setting for your business. For more
information or to set up a time to view the available
rental space, call 387-1400.
Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Services: Freshen Up for
Fall - At Kent’s Auto Detailing in Valentine, their
awesome service extends into your home, your office,
even your campers. They take clean to the next level
offering carpet and upholstery cleaning right here in
Ainsworth, Bassett, Springview and the entire
surrounding area as well as Auto Detailing in Valentine
at 837 West B Street. To schedule an appointment call
322-1422. Kents Auto Detailing – Where they care enough
to do their best!
* Estate/Garage Sale:
This Friday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Saturday
from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Kamas home, 664
North Maple in Ainsworth. Desk, tv stand, couch,
Halloween/Easter decorations, huge outdoor wreaths,
Christmas tree, vintage typewriter and vintage
‘Stradivaro’ pink sewing machine in cabinet,
antiques and collectibles, lots of sheet music, old
records, lamps, dishes, bedding, towels, pictures,
glassware, tools and so much more. Very well cared
for items. Everything must go. Don’t miss it.
* Saturday, October 20
– Long Pine’s 16th Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts
Fair from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Palace in Long
Pine. Event sponsored by the Long Pine Chamber of
* Buck-a-bag sale
coming up this Saturday at the Thrift Shop.
* Shop and Save Big
Bucks! Dollar Bag Days every Saturday in October at
the Brown County Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop – so
don’t miss BIG Savings – just a buck-a-bag every
Saturday in October at the Brown County Hospital
Auxiliary Thrift Shop on Main Street in Ainsworth
* The Brown County
Hospital’s 2nd Annual Chili Cook-off is coming up
October 13 at the Elks. It’s free to enter but you
need to register by October 10. Call Kwynn to get
signed up at 387-2800 or stop by at the Brown
County Hospital’s front desk to pick up a
registration form. Competitor Categories include:
best tasting, non-traditional, and the spiciest.
First place in each category will receive $50 cash
and bragging rights for another year. Chili Tasting
is open to everyone from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. for
just $5 per person. (Cinnamon rolls and corn bread
are complimentary!) Proceeds will go to the
Sandhills Cancer Fund.
* TACKLE Cancer – think
pink! The Ainsworth Cheerleaders and the Class of
’85 welcome everyone to a Smoked Pork Barbecue
coming up Thursday, October 18 beginning at 5:30
p.m. at the Ainsworth Football Field – whether
you’re cheering on the Bulldogs or the North Central
Knights make sure to Sport that pink and come enjoy
the free will donation barbecue, this event is in
memory of long time teacher Kitty Hagen with
proceeds going to the
Sandhills Cancer Fund in Kitty’s memory. In case of
inclement weather the barbecue will be held at the
Evangelical Free Church just one mile East of
* Come celebrate AND
Pre-Game with GJW and Sandhills Elite Genetics this
Thursday evening from 5:30 until 6:30 p.m. at the
Elks in Ainsworth as we celebrate GJW’s 10th
Anniversary and the Grand Opening of Sandhills Elite
Genetics. Get ready for the Ainsworth vs.
North Central football game with appetizers, drinks
and door prizes as we celebrate the past, present
and bright future of two local, growing businesses,
doing their best for people, pigs and producers.
Come celebrate with us this Thursday.
* Dr. Wayne Scheidemann
will be doing a book signing this Friday, Oct. 19
from 1 until 3 p.m. at Rangeland Rehab – 212 North
Main in Ainsworth. Not only is Dr. Scheidemann a
well respected Orthopedic Surgeon, he is also a
talented children's book author, whose spirit and
enthusiasm inspires children and their parents too!
Dr. Scheidemann's books “Don’t Be a Chicken” which
demonstrates to be yourself and true to yourself and
“The Girl with Chipmunk Hands” that teaches being
accepting, caring and respectful towards others will
BOTH be available at the book signing. All proceeds
will go to the Sandhills Cancer Fund.
* October is National
Anti-Bullying Month. At JDeans Gallery we are
making our pledge of kindness and thankfulness to
our local community, clients and most importantly
our children. Be watching Facebook for specials and
discounts. Stop in at 1st Class anytime during
business hours to see the JDeans Display. You’ll
find Graphic tees that include choose kindness and
thankful. There’s also ball caps, water bottles,
autumn and woodland candles and the CC beanie
stocking hats have arrived! Both kids and women's
sizes and styles are now available. Womens - $12.99.
Kids - $10.99 (plus tax). Stand Up. Stand Strong.
Stand Together. Continue the trend of kindness!
* Look. Listen. Learn.
Be aware – fire can happen anywhere! Fire Prevention
Week may be over – but Fire Prevention should be
taken seriously year round, the Long Pine Rural Fire
Department has made themselves available to clean
chimneys for those of you who have a wood stoves or
pellet stoves. (As long as they can be safely
reached of course.) Free of charge! If you
would like to set up a time call 376-6071 OR
* SINK YOUR TEETH INTO
READING! The Ainsworth Public Library’s Fall
Fundraiser is on – be on the lookout for the sink -
give a donation then pass it on to another business
or friend! Don’t be caught with the sink
for long – this fundraiser will go throughout the
week. All donations help the Ainsworth Public
Library reach their goal of $3,000 which will go
towards library improvements and the purchase of
Makerspace equipment. Follow the Ainsworth
Library facebook page to see progress or to make
your donation. If you need more information call the
Library at 387-2032.
* Get that holiday
shopping done early! Come to Long Pine’s 16th annual
holiday arts and crafts fair this Saturday, October
20 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Palace on Long
Pine’s Main Street. There will be a unique offering
of watercolor, oils, metal, yarn, wood, fabric,
foods and many other items – ideas and inspiration
for your holiday consideration! And of course – a
concession stand on site. This is one holiday fair
that just keeps getting better,
year after year – come and enjoy Long Pines 16th
annual Holiday Arts and Crafts fair this Saturday
from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The event is sponsored by
the Long Pine Chamber of Commerce.
* Ready, Set, GLOW!
Runners and Walkers of all ages and athletic
abilities, it’s time to get ready for the Glow Run!
This year the Brown County Hospital and the
Ainsworth FFA have teamed up to bring you an
unforgettable night of glow fun! The Glow Run is
coming up Saturday, October 27. It’s a 5K run – 1
mile walk. Registration starts at 8 p.m. at the
Ainsworth Family Clinic. Race starts at 8:30. There
is NO registration fee and your glow sticks are
provided. Costumes are welcome so start making your
costume plans NOW. Don’t miss this one of a kind
night time experience that is less about how fast
you run and more about enjoying your friends and
* The Old Feed Store
Art Center at 104 Clark St. in Bassett is open
Monday evenings from 4 until 7 p.m.; Wednesdays from
10 a.m. until 2 p.m.; Friday evenings from 4 until 7
p.m.; and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until noon.
Make sure to keep watch on their Facebook page and
stay tuned for new and exciting happenings.
* Looking for local talent volunteers:
The Activities Department at the Sandhills Care Center is
looking for entertainment for Friday afternoons. This could
include but is not limited to one-man bands, groups that play
instruments, singers, piano players, etc. Any volunteers that
would be willing to provide entertainment to the residents. If
you or someone you know may be interested, please call Macey at
387-1294. As always – if you have a special talent, are a member
of an organization or would just like to spend some time
volunteering please contact Macey in activities to get something
LOST & FOUND:
* Lost dog: a German Sheppard, pink collar,
answers to the name of Lizzie. Last seen in Bassett on
Monday, call 904-1844.
TO GIVE AWAY:
* Moving! Bird’s gotta
go. To give away – a lovely yellow parakeet. Female.
Comes with all the supplies – stand, cage, food,
toys, she’s 3 years old and needs to go to a good
home. Call or text 760-0890.
* To give away: a black
cat, male, neutered, inside or outside cat. He is
1&1/2-2 years old. Call Bim at 394-7314.
* Start your success today with Northeast Community College.
Whatever your academic or career goals – they’re here to help.
Learn about all the great classes Northeast Community College
has to offer – Classes that fit your budget, your schedule and
your future. Visit
ACRYLIC PAINT POUR.
and learn the fun technique of acrylic paint pouring. In this
class you will learn how to mix acrylic paint, silicone, and
mediums to create a one of a kind marbled canvas. You will also
learn how to use the "skin" to create a charm for a necklace or
keychain. Tues. and Thurs., 6-7:30 pm at Ainsworth High School
Art Room. Inst. Adcock $45
9-11 (ARTS5163/18F) CRN#60442
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I.
This is a beginning
course especially designed for you, who have not had any
previous exposure to the Spanish language. Designed to help the
novice develop basic vocabulary and good pronunciation skills.
This course focuses on practical, real-world language with an
emphasis on oral communication. Ideal for business or pleasure.
Mon., 6-7 pm at ESU #17 Technology Center. Instr. Johnson $40
you already have some basic knowledge of the wheel and looking
to improve your throwing skills? This class is for you! Practice
and refine simple forms and explore more complex shapes. Basic
techniques to throw cylinders, cups, bowls, and more are
demonstrated. Various methods of surface decoration and glazing
are also explored or expanded upon depending on your skill
level. Tues. and Thurs., 6-8 pm at Ainsworth High School Art
Room. Instr. Adcock $105
This course is an introduction to Medicare. This course will
define the impact of the Medicare program from its inception to
present day. At the conclusion, you will have a firm
understanding of the rights, benefits and options of this
healthcare option. You will be able to make an educated decision
on the various supplemental health plans available. Tues., 11:30
am-1 pm at ESU #17 Technology Center. Inst. Bales $15