The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, November 09, 2017, Page 16, Image 15

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651 Help Wanted
651 Help Wanted
Silver Falls Dermatology &
The Oregon Department of
Forestry, Astoria District is
recruiting for a permanent,
full-time Automotive
Technician 2.
Salary:$3129-$4545 Monthly
We are actively seeking
qualified Certified Medical
Assistants for our Astoria &
Seaside locations.
-Minimum of one year of
medical assisting
experience, or school
equivalent required.
-Duties include rooming
patients and assisting the
provider as needed.
-Must be comfortable in a
fast-paced environment.
-Must have exceptional
customer service skills, be
highly organized, and very
detail oriented.
-Experience with electronic
medical records is a plus.
This position is 32-40 hours per
week, 8am to 5pm
Monday through Friday.
We offer a VERY
To apply for this position,
submit your resume to
All qualified applicants will
receive consideration for
employment without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, or
national origin.
Use a classified ad to sell items around
your home you can no longer use.
The City of Cannon Beach is
seeking qualified applicants
for the position of
Police Officer.
$22.90 to $29.22 Hourly
Closing Date: 11/10/17
For application information
please visit:
The Gearhart City Council
is looking for a volunteer
to appoint to the Gearhart
Planning Commission. The
planning commission consists
of seven voting members to be
appointed by the mayor with the
concurrence of a majority of the
city council.
Applications, requirements and
questionnaires for the planning
commission may be picked
up at the Gearhart City Hall or
downloaded at
Applications must be returned
to city hall by November 24th.
Interviews will take place at
the December 6th city council
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-Requires four years of
journey-level automotive
mechanic’s experience
The goal of this recruitment is
to fill the position at the
Automotive Technician 2 level,
however, we encourage
candidates who meet the
minimum qualifications for
Automotive Technician 1
level to apply.
If we are unable to fill the
position at the higher level we
will consider underfilling it
at the Automotive
Technician 1 level.
Underfill Option:
Automotive Technician 1
Salary:$2647-$3761 Monthly
-Requires two years of
journey-level automotive
mechanic’s experience
Application Opening
Date- 10/23/17
Application Closing
Date- 11/13/17
Job description: To be
responsible for the overall
operation of motor pool
activities; coordinates vehicle
acquisition, manages a
preventative maintenance
program through scheduled
inspections, equipment
service, and maintains the
records for repairs and
maintenance. Additionally, this
position designs, constructs,
and maintains various fire
apparatus. This position
supports all of the District’s
personnel and the
Department’s mission.
For more details and to apply:
careers/oregon (Astoria)
For specific questions regarding
this job, please call Neal Bond,
Protection Unit Forester
503-325- 5451
651 Help Wanted
School District
Warrenton Prep Preschool
seeks a part-time Preschool
Application and job details
are available online at
or contact (503) 861-2281
652 Work Wanted
Call, and let’s talk about
what your needs may be.
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The Portway is looking for
an experienced cook.
Full-time/year round.
Please apply in
person at the Portway
422 West Marine Drive,
Astoria. No phone calls
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Email, Drop Off, or Mail to 2120
Exchange St, Suite 111
Astoria, OR
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College honors veterans with
Patriot Hall rededication
ASTORIA — On Saturday,
Nov. 11, Clatsop Communi-
ty College will pay respect
to our veterans with a
Veterans Day ceremony and
rededication of Patriot Hall
to those who have served
our country.
The original dedication
of the building took place
on Armistice Day 1921
with a plaque ceremony
dedicating the building
to the “Clatsop County
soldiers of all wars.” The
rededication will reflect
matching elements from
the original dedication,
including musical numbers
and readings.
The American Legion
Post No. 12 of Astoria will
play a large role in the
event, conducting the flag
ceremony and POW MIA
table ceremony.
Student volunteers from
the college will participate
in ceremony elements,
and members from local
music groups — such as
Jewell High School Wind
Ensemble, Columbia River
Symphony, North Coast
Oregon state Senator Betsy Johnson, right holding scissors, helps
cut the ribbon during the grand opening of Patriot Hall on the
Clatsop Community College campus in September 2017.
Chamber Orchestra, North
Coast Chorale and North
Coast Symphonic Band —
will help honor our veterans
through musical numbers.
Veteran service information
will also be present.
The ceremony will start
at 10:30 a.m. in Patriot Hall
on the Lexington campus
in Astoria. All community
members are welcome to
attend. Following the cere-
mony, refreshments will be
served in the Columbia Hall
Café area.
‘Crafts, Gifts and Bake Sale’ event Nov. 11
Women’s Club of Manzani-
ta-North County is holding
a “Crafts, Gifts and Bake
Sale” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 11, at Pine
Grove Community House
(225 Laneda Ave.) in Man-
The event will feature a
select group of vendors who
will showcase their craft and
one-of-a-kind gift selection
for our shoppers.
This is a relaxed, unhur-
ried event where shoppers
can enjoy homemade baked
goods or take home breads,
cookies or candy for your
holiday table. Do your
holiday shopping early and
enjoy the holiday treats.
The popular ready-made
gift baskets will be available
for sale, already wrapped
and ready for gift-giving as
hostess gifts, for the man
on your list, or a best friend
who enjoys chocolates, wine
and a good book. You’ll find
a basket for everyone on
your holiday shopping list.
Come see the wide selection
of beautifully decorated gift
baskets created by the ladies
of the Women’s Club.
Many hands have created
a quilt depicting historical
landmarks in the Manzani-
ta and North County area.
Raffle tickets for the quilt
will be on sale as a benefit to
the Women’s Club Scholar-
ship fund. This raffle helps
fund the scholarship for a
senior young woman from
Neah-Kah-Nie High School.
Currently, the quilt is on
view at the Visitor’s Center
in Manzanita.
The Women’s Club’s
fundraising efforts support
the group’s goal: “Women
helping women of all ages
and circumstances to make
their lives, families and
community stronger.”