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Woodland Cabinetry is seeking an Accounting Clerk. Excellent accounting knowledge and software skills required Position is responsible for accounts payable, receivable and past due accounts. Wage DOE. Benefits. Closes 9-3-10. Please submit resume to: Woodland Cabinetry, 2415 SD Hwy 10; Sisseton, SD 57262. S Free Pick-up and Tow _ . ' .... -- --o Motorcoach trips J NIINNESOTA STATE FAIR- P. ~!i~ Thursday, Aug. 26th. Email/call WD TOURS, wdtours @ farmerstel.net, _ 5 t I 320=752-4565. 32-1" | ~e le n PPiptment A TALENT SHOW WAS HELD SATURDAY, AUGUST 7 at the Big Stone County Fair, with the winner in STILLWATER & ST. CROIX 1~05-881-~4761 or the Open Division having the opportunity to advance to the State Fair Competition. Open Division winners are LUNCHEON RIVER CRUISE-Sat- | -'~-~~ms2006@hotmGil.com pictured above: First place- dtiet by Hunter McCullough and Lilly Satterlee; second, Luke Skrove, Adam urday, Oct. 9th. Email/call WD | ~frochein- ow_ne! Helgeson and Mike Gill; and third, a solo by Lilly Satterlee. TEEN DIVISION WINNERS: below, First - Bridget TOURS-, wdtours@farmerstel.net, ! O t'-l"O It It~~lear L ka e, SD 57226 Auch, left; second place - Malle Stephens, right, and third - Hunter McCullough, center. Fair Board memlier , 320-752-4565. 32-1" Kristi Lillehaug is the Entertainment chairperson for the Big Stone County Fair, and provided these pho- tographs. Bridget already_ qualified in another county's competition, so second place winner Malle Stephens, CHANHASSEN DINNER THE- in Teen Division, will also be able to compete at the State Fair. Lilly, Malle, Kylie and Hunter are cousins. ATRE PRESENTS "I DO, I DO"- Sunday; Oct. 10th. Email/call WD TOURS. wdtours @ farmerstel.net. 320-752-4565. 32-1" CHANHASSEN DINNER THE- ATRE "ALL SHOOK UP"- A romantic comedy tailored to Elvis Presley hits. Saturday, Oct. 30th. Email or call WD TOURS. wdtours @ farmerstel.net. 320-752- 4565. 32-1 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The family of Donna Thompson wishes to extend their sincere thanks to everyone for the thoughtful cards. delicious food, beautiful flowers and plants, the heartfelt phone calls and prayers Also thanks to Larson Funer- al Home and Pastor Marlene Elm- strom for all their help. Donna will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Bob Thompson, Chuck. Carol and Family, Greg, Pat and Family, Mark (Elmer), Sheila and Family 13-1" CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the Chamber of Commerce. the judges, Heritage Printing for sponsoring me, Holly and Adrienne for coordinating everything, friends and family who borrowed me formals and ALL who supported me in any way as I ran for Miss Big Stone Lake Area this past weekend! I promise that I will do my best to rep- resent our community at all events and parades this coming year. It will be a huge honor to represent our beautiful area as First Princess. Thanks again, 32-1 Bridget Walsh your farm ~. ~ your community ,,, your o,op LOOKING FOR WORK? West-Con, a progressive, innovative Co-op looking for self-motivated, positive applicants for fall hire. TRucK DRIVERS Must have Class A.CDL, prefer Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement. Must have good driving record, Ability to read and fill out trip reports, sales tickets and maps. Responsible for delivery, distribution, safety and reporting of agronomy and grain products. Work efficiently and effectively. All applicants must be able to pass drug / alcohol test, drivers must -- have updated health card. ' Seasonal positions available at: Holloway & Milbank Part time positions possibly leading to full time. Send application~resume to: WESTERN CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE Attn: Kerry Bank 520 Co. Rd. 9, PO Box 78 Holloway, MN 56249 kbonk@west-con.com Applications available at www.west-con.com Western Consolidated Cooperative is an Prairie Five RIDES Program is accepting applications for the position of Office Worker/Dispatcher to work in the Transit Office in Montevideo. This position is part-time with the possibility of becoming full-time. Work involves handling accounts receivables, record keeping and scheduling of requests for transportation. Qua/ifications: Excellent customer service skills, good oral and written communications ski(Is and knowledge of generating accounts receivables. Good computer skills are essential. Request for job application and/or answers to questions, please call 320.269.8727 or 800.292.5437. APPLICATIONS AND RESUMES ARE DUE BY 4:30 P.M. ON MONDA Y, AUGUST 30, 2010 AND CAN BE SENT TO: Prairie Five CAC, Inc. 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We have 30' x 40' build- ings starting around $9,400 that includes materials, labor and tax. Call 320/679-3438 or visit us online www.shermanpolebuildings.com CASH NOW! Get cash for 2?our structured settlement or annmty payments. High payouts. Call ].G. Wentworth 1-866-SETTLEMENT (866/738-8536). Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. I ~ mill_ion readers!!! L 979. _._. Exhibition of the University Morris KylielStephens was the winner. I The T alent Show was held at the A 2010 Celebration exhibition that Morris, as well as the community of Free tage Saturday afternoon of tells the story of the Morris campus Morris, as we celebrate more than the Big Stone County Fair. through artifacts, photographs and 100 years of campus history. Come personal memorabilia opens in the visit the campus for the exhibit and University of Minnesota, Morris for our many 'other Happy Birthday I (UMM) Humanities Fine Arts celebration activities. DAV to offer help Gallery on Wednesday, Aug. 25, Special viewings of the exhibit are r 2010. Items on display include a scheduled for Founders Weekend, to Veterans photo of Mother Mary Joseph whoSeptember 25=26 and Homecoming i established an American IndiafiWeekend, October 8-10, and the ,, So many veterans feel confused boarding school on the Morris cam- exhibit can also viewed during regu- about benefits and services they've pus in 1887; survey equipment used lar Gallery hours: Monday-Thursday earned. There s so much to for the construction of, West Central" 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.; Fridays 9 a.m. know...and so many changes from School of Agriculture and until 6 p.m.; saturdays l until 4 p.m. one to the next. Experiment Station buildings in the The 2010 Celebration exhibit runs That s why the nonprofit Disabled 1920s; and "beanies" worn by UMM through October 16, 2010. Free, con- freshmen in the 1960s during orienta- venient visitors' parking is available American Veterans (D-A-V) offers help. The DAV Mobile Service Office will be at the following locations to personally provide the best counseling and claim filing assistance available. Like all D-A-V services, help from the Mobile Service Office is free to all veterans and members of their families. August 30, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Madison County Courthouse, 600 Sixth Street, Madison, Minnesota. August 31, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Renville County Courthouse, 105 South Fifth Street, Olivia, Minnesota. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers tion week. Michael Eble, associate professor Of studio art and HFA Gallery curator, organized and designed the exhibit in conjunbtion with the 2010 Celebration Committee. Dian and Andy Lopez, 2010 Celebration Committee co*chairs and professors emeriti of computer sci- ence, encourage the campus, commu- nity and visitors to view the exhibit. "Everyone is invited to this historical exhibit that brings alive the story of the Morris campus using many inter- esting and one-of-a-kind artifacts. The exhibit will bring I~ack memories ' for former students and staff of the West Central School of Agriculture and the University of Minnesota, in the North Lot during academic hours. All parking is free during evenings and weekends. Founders Weekend, September 23-26, 2010, will mark the 50-year anniversary of the opening of the University of Minnesota, ,Morris and the 100-year anniversary of the founding of the West Central School of Agriculture and Experiment Station. Through personal and academic discovery, the University of Minnesota, Morris, provides its stu- dents dynamic opportunities to grow intellectually, engage in community, experience environmental steward- ship and celebrate the diversity of BIG STONE CRUISERS POSTER CAR FOR 2011 is Kenn Otteson's 54' Chevy Sedan Delivery as shown above. (Photo by Terry Kalberg.) A (IDDIE PARADE washeld on Saturday, Aug. 21 at Lakeside Park uring Cornfest. Shown above are some of the kids along with their parents taking part in the parade. Tuesday, August24,2010 INDEPENDENT Page 9