Hiring: Day Shift Monday - Friday

Picnic & Pine
Seeking Manager: Monday - Friday Day Shift
August 25th-January 1st
Email: picnicandpine@gmail.com



CONTACT: Picnic & Pine
PHONE: 2183872181
DATE: 08/19/2016 10:41am

Dance 'Til There Is No More - Dance with us!

2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the VPC program, and the second annual Dance 'Til There is No More event, a dance party fundraiser benefiting the Violence Prevention Center.

This year, Dance ‘Til There is No More will take place during WTIP’s Radiowaves music festival on Saturday, September 10th from 11am-5pm. The event promises amazing music, good company, and a dance-worthy cause.

Sign up to be a VPC dancer and gather pledges, or if dancing isn't your thing, show your support through pledging a dancer! Visit violencepreventioncenter.org to register or call 387-1262 for more info!

To donate online, visit https://www.razoo.com/team/2016vpcdance and click on the name of the dancer you want to support!



CONTACT: Violence Prevention Center
PHONE: 2183871262
DATE: 08/19/2016 10:36am

Small freezer

9 cu.ft upright Kenmore freezer 26'x26"x 48". Great for small cabin or garage.Asking $40. Call 387-2422 and leave message.



CONTACT: Harvey
PHONE: 387-2422
DATE: 08/19/2016 09:37am

Alyce's

Date: 
08/19/2016
Special: 
TGIF...

OPEN at 11 am

Today's Special:

*** Buffalo Chicken Sandwich ... saute'ed Chicken Breast smothered in Buffalo Sauce, topped with

     Bleu Cheese, L-T-O on a toasted Kaiser, Sweet Potato Fries ...... $10.00

...... serving up the "Squealer" ... Burgers ... Sandwiches ... Munchies Galore! ......

Call: 370-1105 to place your order today!

 

3 Adult cats need to be adopted or fostered, PLEASE HELP

Prrrrrlease,  help us get out of kittie jail. We have been in the pound since May and would love to get adopted to our forever homes. Not together, unless you would like to that would be ok too. But we can be adopted out separately and all three of us would make sweet loving additions to your home.

IZZY -  is very friendly, affectionate and loves to lay on your lap. My fur is soft and I love to be talked to and will talk back too.

BLACKIE – I was found 5 miles East of Grand Marais on Highway 61. I am about 3 years old, is very friendly, playful and chatty. She loves to show off on her cat tree. She tossed and turned for her poses for pictures. Silly girl.

BOOTS - Sadly his previous owners moved away and could not take him with. He is 5 years old, an orange tabby cat and very friendly. He loves to hide in his play tower, but did meow and say hello when I took the picture.

He is mellow and friendly, he would be perfect for someone older and wanting a companion.

If you are interested in adopting Izzy, Blackie or Boots, please call Gay for more information. 218-387-1781. She works Sunday's and Mondays during the day, so please leave a message.

All animals from Arrowhead Animal Rescue, can go to their potential new homes on a trial bases. We want to make sure that each animal and their potential new homes work out.

All adoptions are no fee adoptions, although donations are welcome to care for the next animal coming in.



CONTACT: Gay
PHONE: 218-387-1781
DATE: 08/18/2016 10:14pm

Front Counter Help Wanted

World's Best Donuts is looking for front counter help through the fall season until October 22.



CONTACT: Dee Brazell
PHONE: 218-387-1345
DATE: 08/18/2016 06:56pm

Assistant Activities & Recreation Director - Lutsen Resort

Assistant Activities & Recreation Director

The ideal candidate is an outdoor education professional with experience providing high quality and safe educational and recreational programs in a variety of settings. 

 Key attributes of a successful candidate include:

·         Strong leadership ability

·         Safety consciousness

·         Excellent “people skills”

·         Variety of  hard outdoor skills

·         Attention to detail

·         Organizational skills

The assistant director will be responsible for conducting and developing programs, training and supervising staff, acting as “second in charge”, maintaining equipment and overseeing the guest activities desk in the lobby.       

The position interacts with a varied population including young children, teens, adults of all ages and international travelers.   Year-round activities reflect the seasonal nature of the area.   Experience in leading both winter and summer activities such as sea kayaking, fly fishing, children’s programs, yoga, crafts, naturalist programs, cross country skiing and snowshoeing is preferred.

Strong depth in sea kayaking experience and/or certification is highly desirable.

The position is 40 hours a week with a benefit plan and paid vacation.

(The position drops to 32 hours a week during November and April and is still considered full time hours.)



CONTACT: Daleri Brown
DATE: 08/18/2016 03:58pm

Cook County Job Opportunity at YMCA

COOK COUNTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

 

YMCA Custodian: Clean and maintains YMCA buildings and grounds. Maintains buildings by performing minor repairs and projects like painting, scraping etc.. Maintains the locker rooms, bathroom, daycare rooms and other spaces. Monitors mechanical systems, pool systems and reports all repairs to Maintenance Director. CCEA Union with full benefits.  Current salary range:  $14.071/hour (step 1) through $16.894/hour (step 15).  This position is a full time 40 hours per week evening shift, is with the CCEA Union with full benefit package.  To obtain an application packet, visit the county web site (www.co.cook.mn.us) or contact County Administrator Jeff Cadwell, Cook County Courthouse, 411 W. 2nd St., Grand Marais, MN 55604: (218) 387-3687; jeff.cadwell@co.cook.mn.us.  Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a formal county application.  Deadline: Friday, September 2 .

 

 

 

COOK COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

August 2016

   



CONTACT: Courthouse
PHONE: 218-387-3602
DATE: 08/18/2016 02:29pm

Cook County Job Opportunity at Courthouse

                                  COOK COUNTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

 

 

 

Land Commissioner/Parks & Trails Director is a full time 40 hour per week position in the Land Services Department. Is responsible for managing state tax forfeit land trust and its forest resources for the economic, environmental, and social benefit of the County and its long term sustainability, which includes all land transactions of tax forfeited properties such as sales, leases and exchanges with the federal and state agencies, as well as with private parties, and has fiduciary responsibility as set forth by statute to the tax forfeit land trust.  As Parks and Trails Director, the position is responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the county comprehensive trails plan and for the maintenance of the county’s recreational properties, and for the coordination of the aquatic invasive species program and contracts. Salary for this position is $21.102(Step 1) -  $ 26.313 (Step 15).  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in public land management, recreation park & leisure studies or related natural resource degree, and at least four years of related experience.  Must possess a valid State of Minnesota Driver’s license.   To obtain an application packet, visit the county web site (www.co.cook.mn.us) or contact County Administrator Jeff Cadwell, Cook County Courthouse, 411 W. 2nd St., Grand Marais, MN 55604: (218) 387-3687; jeff.cadwell@co.cook.mn.us.  Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a formal county application.  Deadline: Friday, September 2, 2016

 

 

 

COOK COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



CONTACT: Courthouse
PHONE: 218-387-3602
DATE: 08/18/2016 01:54pm

Care Partners Quilt Raffle

Don't miss your chance to buy a raffle ticket for this beautiful quilt made by Carol Harris. The 82 x 96 quilt is on display at Drury Lane Books through August 27th. $5 raffle tickets can be purchased at Drury Lane Books, Buck's Hardware and Java Moose. Tickets will also be on sale at Care Partners Ice Cream Social at Sydney's Frozen Custard, Sunday, August 28th from 2-4:30 pm when the raffle draw will be held. All proceeds go to support Care Partners programs and services.



CONTACT: Kay Grindland
PHONE: 2183873788
DATE: 08/18/2016 01:35pm

Gitchi-Gami Trail Association bike ride this weekend

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 12:04pm

The 16th Annual Gitchi-Gami Trail Association (GGTA) North Shore Bike Ride will take place on Saturday, Aug. 20, with 28-mile, 37-mile, and 55-mile route options.

The recreational ride will once again begin and end in Gooseberry Falls State Park on scenic Hwy. 61. As an added attraction to this year’s ride, Beaver Bay, the "hub" of all three rides, is celebrating its first annual “Rhythm & Roots Festival” that weekend. GGTA riders can enjoy music, history presentations, street sales, food, and fun events planned for the celebration.

 All three routes begin on the longest continuous section of the GGST – 14 miles from Gooseberry through historic Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, to the rest stop at the new Beaver Bay trailhead. The 28-mile route is entirely on the GGST, from Gooseberry to Beaver Bay and back again. Because it is an “out-and-back” ride, bikers can turn around at any point to return to the starting point.

 The 37-mile option adds a loop on county roads north from Beaver Bay and into Silver Bay, returning on the trail between Silver Bay and the West Road in Beaver Bay. This route incorporates over a half-mile on gravel road (the West Road).

 The 55-mile option follows the GGST to Beaver Bay and adds a challenging loop north and east on county roads and state highways, returning through Silver Bay to Beaver Bay. Both of the longer loops return to Gooseberry on the GGST.

 The “Rhythm & Roots Festival” commemorates the 160th anniversary of the founding of the city of Beaver Bay – the oldest permanent settlement on the North Shore. “The GGTA is pleased to join in this celebration on the day of the annual ride, in recognition of the role Beaver Bay has played in the short history of the GGST,” said Bill Blank, president of the GGTA.

Family and friends of Grand Marais resident make journey to Hudson Bay more meaningful

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 11:27am
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The Journey 4 Renewal Team featuring Grand Marais resident Tessa Larson completed their canoe journey from Seagull Lake to Hudson Bay this summer.

WTIP's Joe Friedrichs has this story about who helped make the trip possible, and some of the people the four young women met along the way. 
 

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Motel for sale

Profitable Independent Motel for sale.  Great family motel near Duluth.

20 Rooms, Office and Residence

Revenue $200,000

Price reduced to $495,000

Grand Marais Realty     Brokerage of the Sawtooth Mountains

Tom Kurschner  Broker/Owner

218-370-2019

gmrealty@boreal.org



CONTACT: Tom Kurschner
PHONE: 218-370-2019
DATE: 08/18/2016 10:57am

Rain on and off, then sun...but it feels like fall

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 10:52am
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We’ll be experiencing some on and off rain until Sunday. Afterwards the sun returns for a few days, but the temps will be cooler. It’s beginning to sound a lot like fall.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Carol Christenson.

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Carpentry Help Wanted

Carpenter or carpenter's helper needed.  Full-time, year-round.  Good pay. 

Please text Max at 370-0802 if interested



CONTACT: Max Wahlers
PHONE: 218-370-0802
DATE: 08/18/2016 10:08am