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KBRB CLASSIFIEDS

Broadcast Weekday Mornings: 8:45 on KBRB AM 1400 and FM 92.7

Note: all phone numbers are in Area Code 402 unless otherwise listed

Please note: We do charge for items on Classifieds. One announcement for $5, three for $10 or five for $15. Items broadcast are then posted on this Web site at no extra charge.

FOR SALE:

* For Sale:  a gas kitchen stove, white/black trim, asking $100.  Weekdays, call 402-684-3411 and ask for Lynn.  Weekend call 402-684-2522.

* For Sale: a Brother Fax Machine/Copier. Works Well. $50 Call KBRB Radio, 402-387-1400.

FOR RENT:

* KBRB has office space available. Anyone interested in office space can contact Graig Kinzie at 387-1400. KBRB’s rental rates are extremely competitive, and all utilities are included.

WANTED:

* Looking for: a 7’ loader bucket preferably with grapple to fit a dual 300 series loader call 402-760-1183.

HELP WANTED:

* Plains Equipment Group is accepting applications for agricultural technicians in Ainsworth. In this position you will perform basic diagnostics and repairs on agricultural and turf equipment. Proficient knowledge of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems used in the repair of agricultural and turf equipment is required. Applications can be completed online at www.plainseg.com. Plains Equipment Group is an equal opportunity employer.

* Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center is looking for a certified dietary manager. Certified Dietary manager is responsible for the daily operations of Dietary Services. Responsibilities include the supervision of all dietary staff, budget management, ordering food/supplies, food production, quality control and improvement. Will assist dietician in providing clinical nutrition services to residents. They prefer a candidate with Certified Dietary Manager qualifications but will consider the right individual who is able to complete the certification process. Interested individuals are encouraged to fill out an application or call Stephanie Rucker at 402-382-3534 with any questions.

* Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center will soon be hiring staff for the facility including an activity director and assistants, office manager, director of nursing, nurses – RNs and LPNs, CNAs, director of food services, cook, dietary aides, housekeeping, infection control, laundry, assistants in the maintenance department, medical director, medical records, medication aide, pharmacy consultant, Q&A coordinator, restorative aide and nurse, safety director, social services director, as well as a transportation aide. For information on how you can apply visit www.sandhillscarecenter.com and go to “employment opportunities”. You can download the application right there. Of course the site is under
construction so make sure to check back often for updates from the Sandhills Care Center.

WORK WANTED:

* Beginning September 1 Gene Day will not be repair lawn mowers. He will however continue to sharpen blades, chain saw chains and knives. Will have lawn mowers for sale off and on this winter. His shop in Johnstown is open daily from 1 until 6 except on Sundays. If you need to call Gene his
number is 402-722-4480.
 

GARAGE SALES & AUCTIONS:

* Turn your used equipment into cash. BigIron is now taking consignments for upcoming sales. Online auctions every Wednesday. Call Logan Leonard your area BigIron representative at 402-925-8184 to consign.

* Consignments are being taken now for the Annual Boy Toy Auction that is coming up Saturday, September 24.  Guns, Coins, Sporting Goods - you name it!  Consign by September 1 to get in on the advertising.  Call Tasler Auction Service today 1t 402-925-5736.  Visit with Mike or Diane.  To learn more visit www.atkinsonlivestock.com and scan down to Tasler Auction Service.

MISC:

* Upcoming events the Ainsworth Golf Course: Steak nights each Saturday during the month of August so make sure to stop in this Saturday from 6 until 9 p.m. for your choice of steak, burger or chicken breast complete with sides and a salad. Everyone is welcome – you don’t have to be a golf course member to come eat!

* PLAY ZONE! Ainsworth Youth Sports is ready to kick off the fall season with 1 thru 6 grade football and volleyball. Deadline to register your child is Monday, August 29. You can register by contacting Ainsworth Youth Sports Director Katie Painter at 402-760-0084 OR you can print out
a registration form from their facebook page: Ainsworth Youth Activities.  Cost is just $15 for 1 & 2 Grade; and $20 for 3 thru 6 grade.  Come enjoy the benefits of the Ainsworth Youth Sports Program – sign your child up today!

*  Keller Studios is hosting their annual Dance Wear Swap Meet Tuesday, August 30 from 2 until 8 at the Congregational Church in Ainsworth. Come shop great deals on previously loved shoes, bags, tights, apparel, everything you need to start the season out right. This is a perfect opportunity for families to pass along dancewear items they can no longer use to families who can get good use out of them. If you have any items you’d like to sell, call Janelle at 402-989-2076 – otherwise come shop the Dance Wear Swap Meet on Tuesday from 2 until 8 p.m. at the Congregational Church.

* Pre register by this Thursday for Cottonwood Villa’s National Assisted Living Week 5k Run/Walk for a resident so you’re guaranteed your T-shirt!

National Assisted Living Week is coming up Sept. 11 thru the 17. This year’s theme is “Keep Connected” which is the goal of Cottonwood Villa – Keeping their residents connected with the community. The event will take place Saturday, September 17. Registration at 7:15, race starts at 8. $20 entry for adults, $15 for age 17 and under. Their goal is to have a minimum or 30 runners – 1 runner represents 1 resident. The race begins and ends at Cottonwood Villa. Money raised will go to the “Residents of Cottonwood Villa Scholarship”. Stop by at Cottonwood Villa today to get your registration form.

* The Sandhills Rod and Gun Club is getting geared up for Fall League – shooting trap and wobble trap. So get your 5 person team together – men, women or mixed and get signed up! It’s $80 per person plus $50 sponsorship fee. You must have a membership to the Rod and Gun Club, if you don’t, they’re available at Krotters in Ainsworth, they will also be available the first night of league. Fall League is set to start Wednesday, Sept. 7 beginning at 5:30 p.m. and run for 4 weeks. If you’re not
any good – no worries. It’s handicapped so this is an opportune time for you to just have fun with it and get better! Prime rib sandwiches for supper. To get a team signed up – or if you’d like to participate in
league and don’t have a team, contact Tim Hinkhouse, Gene Lehnert or Todd Polluck.

* Join the Springview Spitfires in fighting cancer! Get your chances today to win 2 tickets to the Wyoming vs. Nebraska game coming up September 10. Buy 1 chance for $20 or 3 chances for $50. Contact Sue Swim at 402-497-3843 or Patty Barstow at 402-497-3448. Hurry…winner will be drawn September 3. Tickets provided by Jeremy Clay, Farmers Union Insurance.

* There’s a time for everything – a time for swimming pools and popsicles, a time for backpacks and new pencils. Now that school has started, it can only mean one thing – NOW is the time to dance! Registration is now open for Fall dance classes with Keller Studios, llc. in Ainsworth. Janelle teaches tap, ballet and jazz and has classes for a variety of ages from preschool thru adults. Savana will be back to teach hip hop again this year – so there’s definitely something for everyone! Head on over to www.kellerstudiosllc.com to check out the schedule and get registered. If you have any questions, call Janelle at  402-989-2076. Classes begin September 12 so visit kellerstudiosllc.com today to register!

The Springview Spitfires Husker Ticket Giveaway is a fundraiser for cancer research. Also – Mark your calendars for October 11, the Spitfires are Streaking at the Boyd County vs. North Central Volleyball game and you can too! Not only will they be doing the pink streaks (stay tuned for more

details) they’re doing a pink out. Make sure to get a Block Out Cancer Volleyball Tshirt.  Order deadline is October 1st. Call Sue or Patty for details.

* Women in Ag Day is coming up September 13 at the Civic Center in Burke.  This will be a day that recognizes, celebrates and honors Women in Agriculture that not only features dynamic keynote speakers and breakout sessions, you’ll enjoy fellowship, food and shopping too! Registration is just $10. Must pre-register by September 1 by calling Gregory County Farm Bureau at 605-775-8290 OR email grcofarmbureau@outlook.com.

* 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.  Classes like (pick a class from list)
Visit kbrbradio.com and go to the classifieds page for a detailed list of classes currently offered or for more information visit www.northeast.edu.
 



Fall 2016 Credit Classes

 

Basic Accounting Procedures Study of fundamental accounting procedures including payroll preparation, banking practices, and the handling of cash. Includes preparation of end-of-period work sheets and financial statements. Not recommended for transfer or substitution for ACCT 1200. Thurs., 7-9:45pm at ESU 17. Instr. TBA. 3cr. $328.50

August 22-December 15 (ACCT1060/16F) CRN#14003

 

Agricultural Commodities Marketing Introduction to the concepts of agricultural marketing including, but not limited to the study of marketing alternatives (cash, contracts, futures, and options). Development of marketing plans and analysis of current industry trends will be utilized to enhance the concepts. Tues., 7:00-9:45pm at ESU 17. Instr. Hermelbracht. 3 cr. $328.50

August 22-December 15 (AGRI2290/16F) CRN#12869

 

Learning Skills for Success Presents techniques that foster success in college and in life. Topics include study strategies to improve reading, memory, note-taking and test-taking; time management; anxiety control; critical and creative thinking; communication skills; conflict management; health awareness; money management; and motivation. Tues. and Thurs., 9:35-11am at ESU 17. Instr. Scott. 2 cr. $219.00

August 22-October 14 (LNSK1100/16F) CRN#14004

 

Pre-Algebra Begins to develop pre-algebra skills necessary for success in specific fields and course of study. The topics covered include numeration, measurement and geometry, ratios and proportions, percentages, signed numbers, and an introduction to algebra. Thurs. 7-9:45pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. Sholes. 3 cr. $328.50

August 22- December 15 (MATH0940/16F) CRN #13772

 

Elementary Algebra This course begins to develop algebra skills used to simplify expressions, solve equations and inequalities, solve systems of equations, graph equations, perform operations with polynomials, factor polynomials, and simplify rational and radical expressions. Mon. 7-9:50pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. TBA. 3 cr. $328.50

August 22- December 15 (MATH1045/16F) CRN #13773

 

Introduction to Music An introduction and overview of the history of Western art music, from the middle-ages to modern times. Includes the elements of music, historical style periods, and major composers. Tues. and Thurs. 2-3:15pm ESU 17. Instr. Schultz. 3 cr. $328.50

August 22- December 15 (MUSC1010/16F) CRN #14044

 

American Government A study of the functioning of the political system through an analysis and application of its underlying theories. Mon. and Wed. 5:30-6:45pm ESU 17. Instr. TBA. 3 cr. $328.50

August 22- December 15 (POLS1000/16F) CRN #14317

 

August 2016 Noncredit Courses

 

USING ESSENTIAL OILS WITH BABIES AND KIDS Are you curious how to use essential oils with the little ones in your life? Renee will show students how to make their own baby wipes and different diffusing blends to use with children. Each student will also get the opportunity to make a cough suppressant rollerball, an owie spray, and an odor neutralizing spray. Tues., 6:30-8 pm at Ainsworth High School Home Economics Room Lab. Instr. Tucker. $30

August 23 (HOEC5155/16F) CRN#60290

 

CANNING TOMATOES Learn how to preserve your bountiful harvest. Students will learn how to can tomatoes and how to make and can homemade spaghetti sauce. Each participant will go home with a quart jar of spaghetti sauce, canned tomatoes, and a step-by-step guide.   Wed., 6:30-8 pm at Ainsworth High School Home Economics Room Lab. Instr. Cox. $25

August 24 (HOEC5105/16F) CRN#60293

 

LOST & FOUND: 

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NEW ARRIVAL: 

* Tarin and Jake Adkisson of Atkinson are the parents of a baby girl, Allie Kay Adkisson, born Aug. 25. Allie weighed in at 6 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 19 inches in length. She is welcomed home by big brothers Cameron, Jaksen and Asher. Grandparents are JD and Susan Hoover of Ainsworth, Renee and Jim Adkisson of Ainsworth, Everett and Judy Densberger of Ainsworth, and Jeff Kinney of Bassett. Great-grandparents are Marcella Maurer of Bassett, Shirley Burger of Ainsworth, and Terrell and Janet Sanders of Burwell.

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