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Freckles’ Adopt-A-Pet – May 13, 2015

Freckles and The Progress Review encourage potential pet owners who are loving and responsible to consider adopting a pet from the Cedar Bend Humane Society.
Caroline and Monster are brother and sister, and we would like to keep them together. Caroline is a female, dilute tortoiseshell kitten. Monster is a male, buff colored kitten. Monster is blind in one eye, and he relies a lot on his sister. The kittens are currently in a foster home. We are now accepting applications for their adoption, and we expect they’ll be ready to go home around the first week of May. The cost to adopt both kittens is $105.
For more information about adopting a pet, contact: Cedar Bend Humane Society, 1166 W. Airline Highway, Waterloo, Iowa 319-232-6887
cbhsadoption@mchsi.com – www.cedarbendhumanesociety.com

Classifieds – May 13, 2015

THANK YOU
We want to thank all our family, friends and neighbors who have been so supportive during our loss of Darlene. A special thanks to Hospice and the staff at Sunnycrest who provided her excellent care, to the men and women of the United Methodist Church for serving the generous meal and to Walter, Tom, Greg and John for the songs that meant so much to her. Your kindness has been overwhelming.
Sincerely, The families of Darlene (Sturtz) Krug      19-1-pd
ADOPTION
Adoption- Enthusiastic, active, devoted couple seek to adopt and create adventurous family. Allowed expenses paid. Hillary/Joel. 1-800-515-1005. (INCN)
BUSINESS
SALES LEADERS NEEDED: Selling aerial photos of farms on commission basis including extra incentives. $1,500 -$3,000 weekly proven earnings. Travel required, msphotosd.com or 877/882-3566 (INCN)
FOR SALE
14′ fishing boat w/motor – Minnetonka ’99 Johnson motor & trolling motor. Call (319) 342-2985.     19-2-c
SPAS – POOL TABLES, New in Crate, Never set-up, Payments OK, Good, Bad & No Credit OK. Call or text 515-669-5533 for Local Dealer, Website & Prices (INCN)
HELP WANTED
Pizza Palace is now hiring! Must be 16 years or older, have basic math skills and be able to work some nights and weekends. Apply within.   16-tf-c
DIESEL MECHANIC
Experience with heavy trucks & equipment necessary. $23/hr. Benefits available. 319-475-5000    19-3-c
Can You Dig It? Heavy Equipment Operator Career! Receive Hands On Training. National Certifications Operating Bulldozers, Backhoes & Excavators. Lifetime Job Placement. VA Benefits Eligible! 1-866-362-6497 (INCN)
Union Community School District: Head Cook – High School. Responsibilities: Preparation of all breakfast and lunch meals. Requirements: Knowledge of HACCP and ServSafe Certification, mathematical competence. Full-time with benefits. Accepting applications until filled . Contact Person: Staci Tiedt at 319-342-2697. Send cover letter, resume, and Union CSD employment application to: Union CSD, Attn: Supt Neil Mullen, 200 Adams, La Porte City, IA 50651 www.union.k12.ia.us EOE/AA    18-2-c
Hiring Regional Class A CDL Drivers. New Pay Package, Home Most Weekends, and Paid Orientation! Call 1-888-220-1994 or apply at www.heyl.net (INCN)
DRIVER TRAINEES – PAID CDL TRAINING! Become a new driver for Stevens Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Earn $800 per week! Stevens will cover all costs! 1-888-528-8864 drive4stevens.com (INCN)
Hiring Company Drivers and Owner Operators for Flatbed or Dry Van. TanTara Transportation offers excellent equipment, pay, benefits, home weekly. Call 800-650-0292 or apply www.tantara.us (INCN)
Butler Transport Your Partner in Excellence. CDL Class A Drivers Needed. Sign on Bonus. All miles paid. 1-800-528-7825 or www.butlertransport.com (INCN)
INSTRUCTION
AIRLINES CAREERS- Get FAA certified Aviation Maintenance training. Financial aid if qualified -Job placement assistance. CALL now. Aviation Institute of Maintenance 1-888-682-6604 (INCN)
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertise your EVENT, PRODUCT, or RECRUIT an applicant in this paper plus 40 other papers in Northeast Iowa for only $110/week! Call 800-227-7636 www.cnaads.com (INCN)

Freckles’ Adopt-A-Pet – May 13, 2015

Freckles and The Progress Review encourage potential pet owners who are loving and responsible to consider adopting a pet from the Cedar Bend Humane Society.
Caroline and Monster are brother and sister, and we would like to keep them together. Caroline is a female, dilute tortoiseshell kitten. Monster is a male, buff colored kitten. Monster is blind in one eye, and he relies a lot on his sister. The kittens are currently in a foster home. We are now accepting applications for their adoption, and we expect they’ll be ready to go home around the first week of May. The cost to adopt both kittens is $105.
For more information about adopting a pet, contact: Cedar Bend Humane Society, 1166 W. Airline Highway, Waterloo, Iowa 319-232-6887
cbhsadoption@mchsi.com – www.cedarbendhumanesociety.com

Artifacts – May 13, 2015

Do you have a jar of old buttons on a shelf at home? Or maybe you have memories of some from a favorite childhood dress. Join us at the La Porte City FFA Historical and Ag Museum located at 408 Main on Monday, May 18th from 7:30-8:30 for a relaxing and fun evening as Dianne Peterson and Jeanine Johnson share the fascinating story of buttons. View some of their amazing collections and recall the bygone era of Victorian jewels, black glass, and the whimsy of Bakelite. Admission is $2.00 and light refreshments will be served.
For more information, including a complete listing of our 2015 events, you may contact us at www.lpcmuseum.com, visit us on Facebook, or call 319-342-3619.

Meditations – May 13, 2015

By Rev. Doug Rokke    American Lutheran Church, La Porte City
“Easter Isn’t Over”
“Behold I make all things new!”
~ Revelation 21:56 RSV
A little over a month ago we celebrated Easter. By now most people have taken down the decorations and put away the Easter eggs till next year. Around us the leaves are out on the trees and the grass is green. By this time of year it is beginning to look more like summer than spring. For most people the thoughts about Easter and the Resurrection are something of the past.
However, Easter isn’t over. Technically, for those who follow a church calendar, Easter continues until May 24th which is the day of Pentecost. But really the message of Easter and the Resurrection continues year round. In fact every Sunday is meant to be a celebration of the Jesus’ Resurrection. That’s why we celebrate Sunday as our holy day rather than Saturday like in the Old Testament. That’s also why the forty days between Ash Wednesday and Easter is really more than forty days, because Sundays aren’t counted. As I said every Sunday is a celebration of Jesus’ Resurrection.
Personally I’m glad that while the season of Easter may come and go that the message does not. So when we face adversity, when we struggle with some sin, or when we face the reality of death we can be assured that we have a risen Lord. He offers us his grace throughout our lives. And he continues to make us and all things new. May he renew your life again this spring, just as we look forward to the day when he will make all things new forever.

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