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The Sundance Times Page 12 Thursday, September 24, 2015 Announcements Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted MARKET Fridays, 4:30-6:30 R.m. Sundance State Bank Parking lot. ] Our plant exchan~giveaway went so well we ] decided to offer it weekly undl mad,et eud~ nrlng o, just find some g.ew to t 3~ds week we will have pumpkim, watermdon~ cantelope~ potatoes, tomatoes, [ raw honey, gourmet comties and mote. [ [ Mam~C, atdmasonhandtoamwe~quesdons [ [ Call 307-28~1229 or 307-~1-4321, J Market lhursdays, 4.7 p.m.lhisweek is presmes I contest and bee hive ~win~ Oct. 3- Pumpldn I I Patch community event.Wagon rides, pony dd-,i I pet~gz0o, pumpkinpieeatin~scamcrow I I contest, and a,,dwle lot rare. Supper this l ] evening pulled J and brisket brought to you byI I the Sundance Booster ~ 389 Hwy 14, ChmhI L 0f Chdst Parkin~ C0.tact.s at 46&2421. J Holiday Bazaar - Nov. 14, I0-3, Old High School Gym, 104 N. 4th St, Sundance. Need Vendors - call 307-283-1919, Rita. Leave message if don't answer. 39p Automobiles Office Position 1991 Ford F150 XLT Ladat 4x4 pickup. 5.0L gas engine w/block heater. Extended cab, bench seat. A/C, AM/FM Cassette. Short bed with liner. 5-speed standard OD transmission. 56000 miles. Tires and body fair. New NAPA bat- tery. Looks and runs great. Clear title and bill of sale. Asking $2900. Call or text 307-941-1595. 39b For Rent 2 Bedroom House - No smok- ing, no pets, $600/month plus utilities, 307-283-2284. tfn For Rent or Lease - Several reason- ably priced office spaces available with parking. Mike307-746-5764. tfn 2 Bedroom Mobile Home - Nice condition, very reasonable rent. No pets. Available Sept. 15. 605- 791-2253, leave message, tfn 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Apt. Water, sew- er and garbage paid. Application, contract and deposit required. No smoking, no pets. Call 307- 290-2032 or 307-290-0112. tfn Weekly Rooms For Rent - Rode- way Inn Sundance. Micro/ fridge, Fast Wifi, Indoor Pool/Hot tub 307-283-3737. tfn Mobile Home Lots for Rent in Sun- dance - 307-283-2344. tfn For Rent or Sale Lot For Rent or Sale - 14,000 sq. ft., 283-2842 or 290-0454. 38-39b For Sale WESTERN STAR POST FRAME BUILD- INGS - 24x32x10- $6,763, 30x40x10- $8,713, 36x48x12- $11,842, 42x56x14- $16,081. Complete material packages with instructions. Expe- rienced and insured crews avail- able. 1-800-658-5565. wycan Dry, split pine firewood for sale. Call Mike Hooper, Sun- dance, 307-629-1155. tfn New Storage Shed - 8x12, $1200, 307-756-3314. tfn Help Wanted HELP WANTED NAPA Auto Parts store has an immediate opening for a full time parts person / delivery route driver. Successful candidate will have good computer skills, strong customer relations skills, very strong organizational skills, and computer resoarch skills. Some knowledge of automotive parts Is a must. Job duties also include some inventory maintenance. Applicant must be able to lift moderately heavy memhandise. Send resume with references to Tracy Motor Company; P.O. Box 970; Sundance, WY 82729, or step by the store to pick up an application. CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES DISTRICT Crook County Medical Services District: has employment openings in the following areas: Certified Dietary Manager (FT) Medical Biller (FT) Business Office Clerk (FT) RN or LPN - Long Term Care (FT) RN or LPN - Acute (FT) Medical Technologist (FT) Dietary - Cook/Aide (FT) C.N.A. - Long Term Care (FTIPT) Ambulance EMT (all levels) (on calI/PRN) Physician (FT) Occupational Therapist (FTIPT/PRN) Applications are available at Human Resources and in the Business Office located at: 713 Oak Street, Sundance, WY 82729 or email your resume and cover letter to hr@ccmsd.net 307-283-3501, ext 343 EO.E., Drug & Smoke Free Workplace Help Wanted Now Hiring All Positions at the Longhorn Saloon & Grill. 307-293-3644. 39-40b Four Aces Contracting is now hiring construction labor. Wage DOE. Call NeedExpedencedRoofersandCar- Jay Pixley 307-746-5760. 39-40b penters- Must have valid driver's li- cense. Call Reimer Construction for an application, 307-299-4709. fin Telephone receptionist, cledcal and light bookkeeping Full Time with great benefits Sundance Equipment Company 307-283-2971 Pick up an application or emall resume to dealer@sundanceequipment.com Help Wanted SEEKING PRODUCTION TECHNI- CIAN, Douglas, Wyoming. 5+ years Sharon's Home Health is seeking ap- experience, direct production plications for RNs and CNAs willing surface facilities and production to travel for extra compensation, operations knowledge desirable. Must be flexible, able to learn quick- Competitive wages, benefits, 401K. ly grid i_~de~eDdent,,~pleas# call Email resume to dvige@matrix- Joey or Lacy at 307-756-3344. fin companies.com wycan SIGN-ON BONUS!i! $3,000 FT RN, $2,500 FT LPN. Come share your tal- ent, kindness and professionalism with our residents and we'll share an excellent compensation and comprehensive benefit package with you. Current Wyoming license required. Drug-free workplace. EOE. Call Kristen today at (307) 347- 4285. Worland, WY. wycan Notices WHAT'S YOUR GOVERNMENT UP TO? Find out for yourself! Review public notices printed in all of Wyoming's newspapers! Visit www.wyopub- licnotices.com orwww.public- noticeads.com/wy,w/can NOTICE: Publication in this newspaper does not guarantee the legitimacy of any offer or solicitation. Take reasonable steps to evaluate an offer before you sendmoney or provide personal/financial information to an advertiser. If you have questions or you believe you have been the victim of fraud, contact the Wyoming Attomey General's Office Consumer Pro- tection Unit, 123 Capitol Building, Chey- enne, WY 82002 {800) 438-5799 / (307} 777-7874. times Professional Services Employment Wanted: Ac- counting or bookkeeping jobs. Please contact Tam Hedges 307-281-2850 or scenicaccount- ing@yahoo.com 39-4 I b Housekeepers - $10/hour. Start HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL? WANT work immediately and earn $100 TO ANNOUNCE YOUR SPECIAL cash bonus. Head Housekeep- EVENT? Reach over 380,550 Wyo- er - $12/hour after Best West- ming peoplewith asingle classified ad when it is placed in WYCAN ern certification. Apply in person at the Best Western. tfn(Wyoming Classified Ad Network). Only $135 for 25 words. Contact this SEEKING LEAD ROUSTABOUT in newspaper for details,wycan Douglas, Wyoming. 3+ year roust- about experience, CDL and expe- Looking to Clean Houses in rience running heavy equipment the Sundance/Hulett area. required. Competitive wages, ben- $20 per hr. Call me for more efits, 401K. Email resume to dvige@ into, 307-281-1323. 36-39p matrix-companies.com, wycan SepticTankPumping:Call Jim Gels at 896-3146. Gels' Honeywagon. tfn Real Estate BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF THE BIGHORNS- CHIEF PROFESSIONAL OFFICER Job SummarY:. The Chief Professional Officer is respOc~ible for the Ovecall OperatiOn Of the BOys and Girts Club Of the BighOrr~: fiscal management irH:~Jding grant writing and fundraising; providing leadership and professiOnal development to the staff and board in matters Of resource develOpment, ~1 management, and program quality; and prOmOting the BOys and Girls Club Of the Big HOrns within the communities served_ Duties also include special events, marketing, dOnOr stewardship, and community relations_ The ~1 candidate will be a creative, dedicated, career-Oriented prOfessiOnal who implements POlicies and achieves goals in S~dppOrt Of the OrganizatiOn's missiOn. This pOsitiOn is respOn.~ble fOr the club sRes lOe_,at~J in Buffalo and Kaycee, WyOming. Prldwred Dlsposleon and Skills: LOve Of children required. BachelOr's degree from an accredited cOllege or university preferred. Leadership skills including prOblem solving and de(~sion making_ DemOnstrated ability to plan and implement effective Operations. Willingness tO actively pursue and write grants. StrOng communication skills, both oral and written. Basic knowledge Of asset management inoludingtfinancial resources and property. * Effectiveness in staff development, team building and cOnflict resolutiOn. Salarl Range: $42,500-$47,500; includes Health Insurarme and Retirement benefits AppllcaUon Method: Please submit a letter Of interest and a resume" with reterenoes to bgcbh_directOr.cOm. FOr further infOrmatiOn, emai110~cbh.directOr@gmail.cOm. Job duties include: Oversee day-to-day lab operations, strategic planning, devise initiatives focusing on enhanced performance, workflow redesign, develop a culture that emphasizes quality & delivery excellence of lab services. I!Education & Experience: Min. Bachelor's Degree in Medical Technology. Min. rye J years high complexity testing experience. Experience coding lab procedures, Medicare J compliance regulations. Management experience or training. ! Licensing: Certified 5yADCP, NCA, orAMT. Quatihed toperform by state of Wyoming. J Check online for more details, job requirements, and to apply! MEMORIAL I-I~I~rAL lJ www.ConverseHospltal.com l! Mantra* Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. " 11 Experienced Diesel Mechanic Needed! HorizonWest Inc. in Torrington, WY is looking for a full time diesel mechanic. 5 years experience required. We offer competitive wages, 401k retirement plan and an incentive program. There is also Health/ Dental/Life Insurance, personal time off, 7 paid holidays, uniform/tool allowances and ongoing factory schooling/training. Call: Cris at 307-532-2755 or 888-922-7344 Bruce at 308-635-3727 or 888-322-7344 Or send resume to PC Box 1070 Scottsbluff, NE 69363 Or e-mail to scottsbluff@horizonwestinc.com Land For Sale: 5 Acres located 4 miles south of Devils Tower (Ren- dezvous Ridge). Near Towers Es- tate. Prime building location with good view overlooking the val- ley. Call 307-682-2897. 38-4 l p Nice 3 bedroom Home with tuck-un- der garage and shop. Remodeled kitchen and baths. With new carpet, windows and metal roof. Finished downstairs. Priced for quick sale, $149,500. 307-283-3102. tfn Buy it! Sell it! Find it! Classifieds are a great deal at just 35 per word! ($5 minimum) ;undance Times 307-283-3411 news@sundancetimes.com Wanted Non-Retail Commercial building or commercial lot, 307-696-5908. 39-42p OLD COMIC BOOKS wanted. I am buying comic books that originally cost 10 cents and 12 cents when new. Call Tim in Colorado, (303} 517-9875. Thanks! wycan In search of: Older Fender gui- tars / amplifiers/ speakers. Call 307-689-6676. 38-40p Herb Robinson Repair and Towing Would Like to Buy Your Old Cars, old equipment. Will haul away old household appliances and any other miscellaneous metals. Please contact Herb at 307-281-0223~ fin Everything Your Business Needs! Banners Brochures Forms Stationery Business Cards ...and more!! 307-283-3411 news@sundancetimes.com School: continuedfrompage7 nology Instructional Facilitator (.5), 6. Stephanie Grubb- New Teacher Mentor To approve the in-district clas- sifted employee transfer of Jen- nifer Joliet from Hulett School Community E ucation Coor- dinator to Hulett School Head Cook. To approve the resignation of: 1. Jennifer Jolley- Hulett School CommupJty F lucation Coordi- nator. Motion c.mTied. ITEM REMOVED. Motion was made by Trust- ee Rathbun and seconded by Trustee Marchant to approve an -service contract for Linda Wolfskill as a Literacy Instruc- tional Facilitator. Discussion was held about instructional facilita- tors; literacy first implementa- tion; and if Mrs. Wolfskill had time to help the other elementa- ries. Board members listened to input from the leadershipteam. Motion ca 'ied. Motion was made by Trustee Marchant and seconded by Trustee Rathbun to approve special educafion staff pay- ment for attending the TEACHH Training before the school year. Discussion was held, and input received. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trust- ee Rathbun and seconded by Trustee Haiar to move Item H to executive session because its subject matter is in regard to personnel. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trustee Gray and seconded by Trustee Marchant to hire Wayne Dennis as District-wide Instructional Fa- cilitator for the 2015-16 school year. Discussion was held about the position; job duties; days of service; and salary. Motion car- fled. BUS ROUTES - Motion was made by Trustee Rathbun and seconded by Trustee Clonch to approve the 2015-16 Moor- croft bus routes as presented by School Principal, with the addi- tion of a new route and driver, as shown by the exhibits. Motion carried. RECESS - Motion was made by Trustee Haiar and seconded by Trustee Rathbun to take a short recess at 8:07 p.m. Motion carried. REGtKAR SESSION - Chair- man Pearson called the meeting back into regular session at 8:12 p.m. BUS ROUTES (con ) - Motion was made by Trustee Haiar and seconded by Trustee Clonch to approve the 2015-16 Sundance bus routes as presented by Mark Broderson, Sundance Second- ary Principal, and to add a bus route and driver, pending review of district policy to double check it matches state department rules, and review of the proposed route. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trust- ee Rathbun and seconded by Trustee Marchant to approve the 2015-16 bus routes as pre- sented by Deb Bush, Transpor- tation Coordinator. There are no changes from last year. Motion carried. GRADUATION - As recom- mended by the superintendent, motion was made by Trustee Marchant and seconded by Trustee Gill to approve 2016 graduation dates of May 20 for Bear Lodge High School and May 22 for Sundance, Hulett, and Moorcroft. Motion failed. Motion was made by Trust- ee Rathbun and seconded by Trustee Haiar to table setting the 2016 graduation dates until the September board meeting, after receiving input from the three secondary principals and their communities. Discussion was held about changing the date of the week and/or having all the ceremonies at the same time. Motion carried. TRACTOR BID - Motion was made by Trustee Marchant and seconded by Trustee Gill to award the utility tractor bid to Sundance Equipment Company for a John Deere 3720 compact utility tractor and 300CX loader for a total price (minus trade-in) of $30,200, along with Option 1, a Sweepster hydraulic brush head for $6,900. Sundance Equipment Company was the single bidder. Motion carried. RECOGNITION - Crook County School Board members want to recognize the following for their performance or accomplish- ments: Thank you, Sundance Coun- try Club members, for careful consideration of the proposal to sell a portion of the golf course to the school district for a Sun- dance high school athletic com- plex; for thinking outside of the box; and for working for a posi- tive outcome! Thank you, Jim Durfee, Sun- dance Country Club representa- five, for leading the effort! Thank you to employees who attended the all-staff kick- off breakfast and meeting this morning; we appreciate you; it was a good start to a new year! Thank you to everyone who helped Moorcroft staff and stu- dents get into their new K-8 building to start the school year! Thank you to FFA and 4-H county fair participants! We en- joyed the pictures and thank you notes in the local newspapers. DISCUSSION - 1. Proposed New Policy IJNDA- Employee Use of Social Media Sites: Super- intendent Stutzman asked board members to please review the proposed policy. He plans to add it to the September agenda for a first reading. He will send it out to staff for their comments and input. 2. Revision to Policy JED and Guide - Students Attendance: Superintendent Stutzman said he will request input from high :s~ool principals to ensure that board policy matches student handbooks; he also asked Mark Hughes to check that district policy meets state statutes. He and Mark Hughes will work on a policy revision and email it to board members before adding it to the September agenda. 3. Revision to Policy BD- School Board Meetings: Superintendent Stutzman asked board mem- bers to consider having all three summer meetings (June, July, August) at central office each summer. This change requires a policy revision and will be added to the September agenda. 4. Revision to Policy JFCB- Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying; Chairman Pearson re- quested this policy be discussed; she wants to make sure every- one is on guard against bullying. Principals informed board mem- bers of the programs currently used throughout the district to discourage bullying and promote positive interactions. EXECUTIVE SESSION- Motion was made by Trustee Haiar and seconded by Trustee Edwards to go into executive session at 9:03 p.m. to discuss personnel issues and land acquisition. Motion carried. REGULAR SESSION - Chair- man Pearson called the meet- ing back into regular session at 10:23 p.m. HIRING - Motion was made by Trustee Gray and seconded by Trustee Marchant to approve hiring the following individuals as substitute/activity bus driv- ers for 2015-16: 1. Vicky Adams, 2. Laurie ScheU Mofion carried. DISCUSSION - Discussion was held about Sundance homecom- ing events. ADJOURNMENT - Motion was made by Trustee Clonch and seconded by Trustee Rathbun to adjoum the meeting at 10:31 p.m. Motion carried. A Great Deal! Classified ads are a great deal at just 35 per word ($5 minimum) per week How do l place my classified ad? Online: www.sundancetimes.com Visit our office: 311 Main Street By mail: PC Box 400 Sundance, WY 82729 By phone: 307-283-3411 By emall: news@sundancetimes.com Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. re Coverage! Call for details about combined advertising in The Sundanee Times, The Moorcroft Leader and TheWyoming Pioneer t i