EASY MONEY!

HAVE INJUERD MY FOOT & HAVE LOTS OF YARD CLEAN-UP-TAKE A SHORT DAY TO DO--REALLY EASY STUFF-PICK UP TRASH & THROW IN DUMPSTER & A FEW OTHER THINGS --MUST DO BEFORE THERES A LOT OF SNOW--GOOD CASH PAYING JOB--CALL DAVE 387-9614 & LEAVE MESSAGE IF NO ANSWER THANX!!



CONTACT: david miller
PHONE: 2183708350
DATE: 11/30/2016 01:40pm

Win Prizes, Eat , Drink and Play Trivia

Come play Trivia tonight! Drawings for prizes, shake a die for discounts on appetizers and show everyone how smart you are. That's Funny! That's the answer to one of tonight's questions, "That's funny." Hope to see you tonight!



CONTACT: Sue Prom
PHONE: 2183701352
DATE: 11/30/2016 01:37pm

Wanted: Personal Support Staff

Help Wanted
Personal Support Person
 
Looking for a personal support person to help my child with emotional and social needs.  Responsibilities include socializing in a community setting, transport and supervision.
 
Ideally you would be: 
·       Responsible and respectful
·       Patient
·       Able to manage difficult behaviors
·       Experience with children (EBD) a plus
 
$15.00 per hour for 8 hours a week. 
Flexible and consistent hours.
Mileage reimbursement and some benefits available.
 
Must be able to pass a background check and provide  transportation.

If you are interested, please contact Christina at 218-387-4998



CONTACT: Christina
PHONE: 218-387-4998
DATE: 11/30/2016 10:47am

Commissioner asks citizens to "take your county back"

Wed, 11/30/2016 - 10:45am
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The Truth in Taxation meeting may bring out angry taxpayers. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with First District Commissioner Frank Moe about the levy increase as well as his thoughts on the board walking back from an earlier decision to review the performance of the County Administrator.

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Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk attends training on transgender issues

Wed, 11/30/2016 - 10:10am
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Cook County Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk serves on the Association of Minnesota Counties “Futures Task Force,” which addresses leadership issues across the state. A recent task force meeting focused on transgender issues and how county government could be impacted. 
Rhonda Silence spoke with Commissioner Doo-Kirk about what she learned. Doo-Kirk also noted that there are numerous sources of support. Some programs that are available for those with transgender questions are listed below:

Trans Lifeline
877-565-8860

Center for Sexual Health
University of Minnesota
612-625-1500

Rainbow Health Initiative
(612) 206-3180

Human Development Center
1807 West Highway 61
Grand Marais
218-387-9444

Sawtooth Mountain Clinic
513 5th Avenue West
Grand Marais
218-387-2330

 
 

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YMCA Day Pass Sale Ends Today!

The Annual Day Pass Sale ends today!

Today is the last day to shop local and purchase discounted day passes during our annual sale.  This is a great opportunity for seasonal residents, members with visiting family, and anyone wanting to try the Y.  Our Day Pass sale only comes around once a year and ends on November 30th. Don’t miss it!

Packages:

8 Individual Guest Passes = $36 plus tax

16 Individual Guest Passes = $72 plus tax

Call or stop by the Y to purchase in person or buy online here at our website. 

 

www.cookcountyymca.org

218-387-3386x501



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DATE: 11/30/2016 08:42am

Dockside Fish Market

Date: 
11/30/2016
Special: 
All You Can Eat...Herring Basket and Fish Taco's today

All You Can Eat...Herring Fish-n-Chip Basket and Fish Taco's today!!

Herring Season is almost over so hurry in or call ahead to stock up for the winter.

Today's Chowders: Walleye Cheek and Smoked Whitefish Chowder

Chicken -n- Wild RIce soup and Butternut Squash Bisque

387*2906

 

Christmas plants at Terra Bella

Christmas plants have arrived at Terra Bella!!  They make for wonderful gifts.  Delivery available.

Talk to you soon,

Sandi

218-387-1919

407 4th Ave East, Grand Marais

Behind Sisters place restraunt, kiddy corner and behind IGA



CONTACT: Terra Bella Floral
PHONE: 218-387-1919
DATE: 11/29/2016 04:13pm

Christmas Party at the Senior Center

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY AT THE SENIOR CENTER

December 22, 2016

12:00pm  Turkey Dinner w/all the fixings! Call 387-2660 by 9:30am for your lunch reservation.

12:30pm  Christmas Gift Exchange Game. Bring a wrapped gift valued at $10 or less for a fun exchange game!

1:15pm  Live entertainment!

Hot Apple Cider and Cookies will be served while local musicians share their talents.

All ages are welcome to join in the festivities

So come be a part of a Fun Filled Day!!!



CONTACT: Jes Rodne
PHONE: 218-387-2660
DATE: 11/29/2016 03:26pm

Basketball Coach Needed!!

The Cook County Boys Basketball program is looking for a youth coach to coach the 4th and 5th grade basketball team.  Practices are from 3:30 to 4:30 pm and are on the following dates:    

Dec. 1, 6, 15, 19
Jan. 6, 10, 17, 20, 24, 30, 31
Feb. 6, 7, 14, 21, 24

There would also be three or four games on Saturdays that could be worked around your schedule.  Please contact Mitch Dorr at mdorr@isd166.org if interested.



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DATE: 11/29/2016 01:38pm

Rental Available in Schroeder

We have a 3 bedroom - 2 bath available for rent starting Dec1,2016.   Please call 218-663-0070 to inquire.



CONTACT: Tina or Don
PHONE: 218-663-0070
DATE: 11/29/2016 01:37pm

Benleyville Tour of Lights with the Senior Center

BENTLEYVILLE TOUR OF LIGHTS

The Sr Center has planned a trip to Bentleyville on December 19th, 2016 to leave Grand Marais at 1:00 pm and return around 9:30 pm.

Cost:$12.00

Bentleyville Tour of Lights is a free annual family holiday light show complete with Santa, holiday music, and fire pits for roasting marshmallows.  All surrounded by a magical atmosphere geared towards all ages young and old with a community mission of raising non-perishable food item.Free hot cocoa and cookies will be served from the Cookie House, popcorn will be served free of charge from the Popcorn Box and marshmallows can be picked up at the Marshmallow Hut and roasted at any of the 15 fire pits.So come join us and stroll through Bentleyville’s holiday light display at Bayfront Festival Park.  Enjoy the sounds of the holiday season and experience the beautiful display of lights:)

We will stop for dinner (at your own expense) before heading to Bentleyville.  Dress in layers to be  comfortable on the bus and outside for at least an hour. 

Bring your camera and a non-perishable food item. 

Please call 387-2660 to register your spot!

 



CONTACT: Jes Rodne
PHONE: 218-387-2660
DATE: 11/29/2016 12:28pm

Hughie's Taco House

HUGHIE'S TACO HOUSE WILL OPEN THURSDAY DECEMBER 1st. at 11:00. Our winter hours will be Thusdays, Friday and Saturdays 11:00 to 7:00 pm.

Private parties accepted during the holiday season.

Thank you

 



CONTACT: Anna Hamillton
PHONE: 387-3382
DATE: 11/29/2016 12:13pm

County Board reverses course on review committee regarding county adminstrator

Tue, 11/29/2016 - 11:27am
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One week after it voted in favor of forming an advisory committee to review comments made by and the conduct of the county administrator, the Board of Cook County Commissioners voted Tuesday, Nov. 29 to rescind on forming the committee before it ever met.

On Nov. 22 the board voted 3-2 in favor of forming a special committee to determine if comments made during a public meeting by County Administrator Jeff Cadwell should result in disciplinary action. The review committee was to consist of Cook County Human Resources Director Judy Hill, County Attorney Molly Hicken and Commissioners Garry Gamble and Ginny Storlie. The three votes in favor of forming the committee came from Gamble, Storlie and Commissioner Frank Moe.

During the Nov. 29 meeting, Commissioner Storlie changed her stance and voted to rescind, which essentially means to cancel, forming the committee.

Commissioner Storlie did not state specifically why she voted to rescind the committee, though last week she did say publicly that Cadwell’s comments about county staff needed to be addressed.

During the public comment period of Tuesday’s meeting, seven local residents spoke to the county board in favor of the work Cadwell is doing in his role as county administrator. Among those who spoke were Howard Hedstrom and Mary Somnis from the local Economic Development Authority, Jim Boyd from the local Chamber of Commerce, Linda Kratt from Visit Cook County and Charles Skinner from Lutsen Mountains. All of these individuals were invited to speak on behalf of Cadwell at the encouragement of Commissioner Jan Sivertson. In an email sent on Nov. 26, Sivertson invited all of the aforementioned individuals to speak duing Tuesday’s meeting on behalf of Cadwell. Siverston originally voted against forming the review committee and subsequently made the motion on Nov. 29 to rescind having the committee after it was approved by the board one week prior.  
 

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Cook County Whole Foods CO-OP

Date: 
11/29/2016
Special: 
Soups Of The Day

Italian Sausage Spinach - NEW, Minnesota Wild Rice, Equadorian Quinoa. Enjoy!