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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: Like new cookbooks. Moving and need to downsize. All are hardcover and in very nice condition. Set of 5 Taste of Home Annual Recipes 1999-2003, $40. Set of 5 Best of Country Cooking 1998-2002, $40 and a set of 6 Taste of Home Light and Tasty Annual Recipes, 2003-2008 for just $60 or best offer. Call or text 402-822-0068. If no answer, please leave message.
 

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

FOR RENT:

* For Rent: 4 bedroom home in Long Pine. Will be available soon – possibly as soon as August 7. Call after 10 a.m. or leave a message at 402-382-0086.
 

* 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 to borrow: the nice folks working the concession stand July 28 thru August 4 would like to borrow a window type air conditioner to try to help stay cool as they work for the State Legion Baseball Tournament.  If anyone has a window type AC they are not using and could spare for the
concession tand, please call 402-722-4439 or 402-760-1502. It would be much appreciated.

HELP WANTED:

* Help Wanted: If you’re looking for an amazing job opportunity today is your lucky day! Join the Subway team here in Ainsworth. They are looking to fill all positions, all shifts including management positions! What a fantastic opportunity for full time and part time availability. Apply in person at Subway in Ainsworth.
 

* Are you looking for a new career?  Looking for great benefits like competitive health insurance, paid vacation, paid sick leave, paid holidays, an aggressive retirement plan and employee discounts?  How about competitive pay where new employees can earn $40,000 to over $50,000 per year in wages?  Look no further, Farmers Ranchers Co-op is your answer.  The Feed Mill is filling multiple positions due to their explosive growth.  To apply stop by the Main Office or go to www.frcoop.com/careers.  For more information stop by the Main Office and ask for Matt or Bryce or call them at 402-387-2811.

* Farmers Ranchers Co-op has a part-time and full-time opening for store clerk at the Ampride.  This job would include evening shifts and some weekends.  This is a great opportunity for additional income or those needing nontraditional hours.  For more information or to apply, stop by the Ampride in Ainsworth along Highway 20 or go to www.frcoop.com/careers.  If you have any questions call Peggy at 402-387-0144.

* Help Wanted: A full time bath aide position is now available at Cottonwood Villa Monday thru Friday mornings. For more information, see or call Ann Fiala at 402-387-1000.

* Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center will soon be hiring a 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.

* Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center is looking to hire a director of nursing. The primary purpose of the DON position is to plan, organize, develop and direct the overall operation of the nursing department in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guideline and regulations  that govern the Sandhills Care Center skilled nursing facility to ensure that the highest degree of quality care is maintained at all times. They plan to hire the DON position well in advance of the opening date which will likely be in September. This position would be responsible for the administrative and personnel functions in the nursing department that are required to open Sandhills Care Center for recent
admissions. If you are interested in applying for the DON position please visit the website sandhillscarecenter.com to complete an application or call 402-464-0054 and an application will be mailed to you.  Several other positions are also available. Apply online at www.sandhillscarecenter.com.
 

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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.
 

* Yard Sale Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day at 321 East 3rd Street in Ainsworth. Bakeware, household goods, decorations, Christmas decorations, a few antiques, etc. Come by and check it out.
 

LOST & FOUND: 

* Found: an aluminum 5’ rail, heavy, welded on the end. Found 8 miles North West of Ainsworth on county road. To claim call 402-760-2695.
 

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MISC:

* Bejot Sweetcorn for sale: starting at 10 a.m. today until they sell out just north of Ampride. For large orders call Erin Rathe at 402-540-2227.
 

* The L-Bow Room will be closed during the daytime on Wednesday for the funeral of Daphyne Clark.  They will open at 5 p.m. Wednesday evening.
 

* Be that pop of color this Summer – come shop JDeans Gallery today for the hottest fashions for women. Check out the new arrivals, the tops, the skirts, the shoes, all the accessories and much more! You’ll be sitting pretty when you come shop JDeans Gallery the chosen boutique for the hottest looks for summer and back to school too.  JDeans Gallery, west hwy. 20 Ainsworth is now open daily Tuesday thru Saturday from noon until 5 p.m.


* The Nebraska Department of Roads is armor coating Highway 20 beginning west of the Long Pine hills and working east to Bassett. The armor coating work begins Monday, July 18, and will continue through Tuesday, July 26. Department of Roads crews will begin the work at 6:30 a.m. daily during those four days, and will work through 4:30 p.m. Traffic will be maintained with flaggers and a pilot car. The Department of Roads reminds motorists to reduce speeds when traveling on fresh armor coat gravel to help reduce the risk of gravel being thrown onto oncoming vehicles and causing damage to windshields. Use caution when traveling through all work zones, and motorists are reminded that speeding fines are doubled when workers are present.

* The summer food services program (SFSP) will be serving lunch at the Ainsworth Community Schools cafeteria Mondays through Thursdays from July 11 until July 28 from 11:30 a.m. until 12 p.m.  This meal is FREE to any child age 1-18.  All children are welcome.  They do not have to be Ainsworth Community School students.  Lunch will be served in the cafeteria, so please use the west entrance in front of the cafeteria.  Adults price is $3.75.  Please have exact change.  Menu can be found on the Ainsworth Community School's website.  If you have questions, contact Food Service Director Charlene at 712-898-5224 or Charlene@lunchtimesolutions.com.

* Kick off your weekend with breakfast! Come to the benefit pancake feed for Shauna Crane this Saturday morning, July 30 at the Connection on Main Street in Ainsworth. Enjoy pancakes and sausage served from 8 until 11 a.m. For those who don’t know, Shauna has been admitted to the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. The Pancake Feed is by free will donation with all proceeds going towards Shauna’s medical expenses and family. Any amount of support will help and is truly appreciated.

* Get your team signed up for the 2 woman scramble golf tournament coming up this Saturday, July 30 start time is 10 a.m. at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Also just a reminder to come out Friday night for supper. They’re serving steaks, burgers and chicken from 6 until 9 p.m. You do not have to be a member of the Golf Course to come eat! The Annual two person glowball tournament is coming up Saturday, August 6 – teams play 9 holes in the light, break for dinner – which is included in the entry fee – then play nine holes of glowball in the dark. There is a 27 team limit for the glowball tournament
so get signed up today by calling the golf course at 402-387-1658.
 

* Ranch Rodeo Teams Wanted: Entries are OPEN now for the Cherry County Fair’s annual Ranch Rodeo coming up on August 14th in Valentine. Entries are $200 per team and is limited to the first 20 teams. To get your Ranch Rodeo team signed up call Clinton Assarson at 402-322-1316.

* The Wood Lake Barbecue and Street Dance is coming up this Saturday night. The festivities kick off at 6 p.m. with the BBQ in the park. Meat provided by Cottonwood and Pine Ranch – Jim Cozad. They’ll be serving from 6 until 9 p.m. Then hit the Street with the Lonesome Walker Band. They’ll be playing on Main Street from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.. Beer Garden will be on the grounds. Everyone is invited to come join the fun at the 41st Annual Wood Lake Barbecue and Street Dance this Saturday night.
 

* Enter the Mini Triathlon FUN Raiser coming up Sunday, July 31st at 8:00 and help support a new Bassett Swimming Pool. Run, Bike and Swim your way to the finish line. Everyone is encouraged to participate no matter what fitness level you are. It’s great exercise and it’s all in good fun! Pee Wee entry for age 6-10 is just $20 and all other age divisions are $30 when you pre-register by this Friday. That includes your shirt. You can enter right up to race time for just $5.00 more but you’re not guaranteed a t-shirt. Entry forms are available at the Bassett Pool or at the Bassett Swimming Pool facebook page. Free watermelon feed and refreshments following the race.
 

* Ainsworth Community Schools is looking for donations for their program to supply the school lunch program with fresh local beef. Donations of livestock and money are needed to make the program successful. Cattle producers who want to donate livestock, that must pass USDA inspection, can call the school at 402-387-2333 to be added to the donation list.  Cash donations can be made out to the Brown County Community Foundations and mailed to PO Box 323, Ainsworth, NE 69210 or brought directly to the school. Please note beef for school on your check. Money is needed to process the beef into hamburger as it costs approximately $600 to process each animal. Please help support this program to provide fresh local beef in school for the students of Brown County. A big thank you goes out to Husker Meats in Ainsworth for doing all of the work necessary to become certified to process this meat for schools in the area.

 

* 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

CANNING PEACHES It is peach truck season and nothing taste better in January than a fresh peach. In this class you will learn how to preserve peaches using the steam canning method, so you can enjoy your summer purchase all winter long. Each student will go home with two-quart jars of fresh canned peaches and instructions on how to duplicate the process at home. Wed., 6:30-8 pm at Ainsworth High School Home Economics Room Lab Instr. Cox. $25

August 3 (HOEC5105/16F) CRN#60288

 

MAKING JELLY Love homemade jellies...take this class. Maggie will show students how to make two different types of jelly: jalapeno jelly and choke cherry jelly. Students will go home with a jar of each and a step-by-step guide so you can repeat the process at home. Wed., 6:30-8 pm at Ainsworth High School Home Economics Room Lab. Instr. Cox. $25

August 17 (HOEC5105/16F) CRN#60289

 

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

NEW ARRIVAL: 

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CARD SHOWER:

* Get Well Card Shower Request for Shauna Crane who is in the Hospital in Omaha. Cards will reach Shauna by sending to Shauna Crane, Patient Mail, Hospital Room #6804, PO Box 6159 Omaha, NE 68106-0159.

 

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