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Voile I Senior Menu Though less folks showed up than in some past years, a good crowd was on hand early Monday morning in Wilmore's Centennial Park for the annual Labor Day Breakfast put on by the men of Wilmore. All enjoyed a good time, with lots of good food and lots of good gabbin', photo by Oennies D. Andersen (continued from page 6) Helo Wanted NIG[IT TIME LPN/RN needed at Protection Valley Manor. Call (620) 622-4261. 6-7c TItE ADULT COMMUNITY Support Services (CSS) Dept. is looking for a dynamic team member to assist with and teach psychosocial groups within our day program. Groups will be geared to- wards the treatment plan goals and objectives of group attendees. Ex- perience in leading or teaching groups is preferred. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and the ability to work within a team atmosphere. Inter- ested individuals can contact Linda Young at the Iroquois Center at 620- 723-2272. E.O.E 5-7c THE CHILDREN'S COM- MUNITY Based Services (CBS) Department is offering a full-time position as a Case Manager (would also provide attendant care, parent support, wraparound facilitation, and assistance with psychosocial groups). This person will be assist- ing families with treatment plann'mg and will work with children/adoles- cents with a serious emotional dis- turbance on interventions to teach them how to manage behaviors to reach their treatment plan goals. Ex- perience in treatment planning, prob- lem solving, crisis intervention and working with multi-disciplinary agencies would be helpful. Must have good social and communication skills. Requires a Bachelor's degree and/or comparable work experience. Flexible hours which will include some evening hours. Competitive wage with excellent benefits. Con- tact Tabitha Murski, CBS Coordi- nator, at the Iroquois Center at 1- 620-723-2272 or via e-mail at tabithamurski@irqeenter.com. EOE. 5-7e HIRING BTl-Greensburg in Greensburg, KS is seeking full-time Service Technicians. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to working on equipment, completing necessary paperwork, and maintaining excellent customer service. Must have 2+ years experience working on agricultural equipment, education in Diesel Me- chanics preferred. Wages are competitive for the experience level - up to $28/hour plus benefits and bonuses. Apply online at www.btiequip.com or call us at (800) 334-4823 for more information. 817 is on ~qual opportunity employer. by Brandt Rogers, SCHS Tennis Coach South Central High School's junior-varsity tennis team trav- eled to Kiowa last Tuesday, Aug. 30, for a meet at South Barber High School. There were six teams at this meet with two pools of three. If you placed first in your pool, then you played for first or second. If you placed second, then you played for third or fourth. In the #1 Singles competition, South Central's Brenda Maestas, a freshman, placed third in the meet. She lost 2-6 to Ashland, topped South Barber 6-4, then lost to Chaparral 5-6 (1- 7 in tiebreaker). In the #1 Doubles competi- tion, Timberwolf netters fresh- man Monique Asebedo and jun- ior Shasta Peterson placed sixth at 0-and-3 for the day. They lost by identical scores of 0-6 to Ash- land and South Barber, and fell 2-6 to Chaparrel. In #2 Singles, freshman Bri Uhl lost to Ashland 0-6, lost to South Barber 2-6, then defeated Wichita Trinity 6-5 (7-5 in tiebreaker) to place fifth for the day. In #2 Doubles, the SCHS team was represented by fresh- men Abigail Rogers and Emma Dunn. They lost to both Ash- Recycling Storts with SOU1 TeamWins At Home by Susan Edmonston South Central High School hosted a quadrangnlar volleyball tournament in Coldwater on Tuesday, Aug. 30. The varsity team, coached by Cindy Snyder, did well, winning every match in two sets. Competing with Ingalls, the Timberwolf girls won the first set 25-8 and the second set 25- 22. Next, in the game with Satanta, South Central won the first set 25-7 and the second set, 25-8. Then the T-Wolf girls de- feated Ashland 25-8 then 25-14. The varsity overall record is now 6-and-2. In the league, South Central's record is 3-and- 0. South Central's junior varsity volleyball team only played one set due to the electricity going out during the games. They de- feated Satanta 25-5. land and South Barber 0-6, and lost to Conway Springs 3-6. They placed sixth for the day. All the students who com- peted for us at this meet were first-time players. This was their first-ever meet in tennis. College Parents! Call 582-2101 to get your student a free student susbscription to Cb dlestern tar It's free to all South Central High School, Coldwater High School, or Protection High School graduates who are full-time students in any college, university, or vo-tech school. Sept. 12-16 Monday Chicken Enchiladas Spanish Rice Corn O'Brien Tortilla in Entrre Cinnamon Apple Slices Tuesday Pork Roast Sweet Potatoes Three Bean Salad Muffin Fruit Cocktail Wednesday Beef Macaroni & Cheese Tossed Salad with Tomato Green pepper, carrot Peas & Carrots Whole Wheat Roll Cantaloupe Thursday Chicken Salad Pasta Salad with Vegetables Broccoli & Cauliflower Salad Bread Peach Crisp Friday Baked Tilapia Tator Tots Cucumbers & Onions in Sour Cream Whole Wheat Roll Apricots City of Coldwater SEWER CLEANING NOTIFICATION We will be cleaning sanitary sewers throughout the city from now through mid- to late-September. Each day we will begin about 8 a.m., and will likely be at it most of the day. Sewer lines can develop air pressure or a partial vacuum from the cleaning process. Usually any excess air pressure or vacuum will dissipate through your plumbing vents, but oc- casionally there are homes with inadequate plumbing vents (no vents, undersized vents, or obstructed vents). In the case of inadequate venting of air pressure could escape through your toilet, floor, sink, tub, or shower drains, causing water to splash out or, a vacuum could draw the water out of your fixture traps causing an unpleasant odor. To guard against this possibility please: COVER ALL FLOOR DRAINS WITH PLASTIC AND PLACE A WEIGHT ON THE PLASTIC. COVER ALL TOILETS WITH PLASTIC AND CLOSE THE LID ON THE PLASTIC. IF YOU SHOULD EXPERIENCE AN UNPLEASANT ODOR, RUN WATER INTO EACH DRAIN TO RE-FILL THE TRAPS. Water and drains may be used as normal. The cleaning of sanitary sewer is necessary to help prevent stoppages. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION. OUR APOLOGIES FOR THIS INCONVENIENCE. If you have any questions, please call (620) 635-6457 ' //