04 23 2009

Classifieds-April 23, 2009

April 23, 2009 // 0 Comments

HELP WANTED Grill cook, experience preferred. Must be able to work nights and weekends. Apply at Halfway Restaurant, 10792 14 Mile Rd., Rockford. (616) 754-9084.      b17 ______________________ $450 a week and up! We want you-production bonuses available. Join a great company and start a new job. No experience required, hiring immediately. We must open a new store in the next 90 days, we have entry-level management positions available. We offer: full-time hours, paid weekly, performance reviews, clean work environment, paid vacations. Call for one-on-one interview, (616) 243-1250.      b17 ______________________ Accountant and bookkeeper needed urgently. For more information, contact StephenMoore79@yahoo.com.      p24 ______________________ ASSOCIATE TRAINEE-Our company has openings for a few selected individuals. We can teach and support you in earning an excellent income in real estate. For information about career orientation call Lew Boersma, Coldwell Banker AJS-Schmidt/Rockford Office, (616) 866-4434.      b17 ______________________ NOTICES West Michigan Clay Target Championship Sunday, April 26, 10:00 a.m., Madison Square Sportsman Club. For more information call Jerry at (616) 866-8506.      p17 ______________________  ANTIQUES Allegan Antique Market-Sunday, April 26. 400 exhibitors. First show of 2009. Rain or shine. 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., located at the Fairgrounds, right in Allegan, Michigan. $4 admission.      b17 ______________________  GARAGE SALES Multi-family-2777 15 Mile, April 24 and 25, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Two couches, golf clubs, crib mattress, football pads, school desks and tables, 25+, (616) 696-5629. Girls’, kids’ and adult clothes. Snowblower, sleds, air hockey, vacuums, household items, 2004 Suzuki Quad, ’90 Chevy pickup. Many items under $1.      b17cp ______________________ Multi-Family Garage Sale-April 23-25, Thursday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to noon. 169 Rollingwood Dr. (Oak/Jerico and 10 Mile Rd.). Girls’ clothes 0m to 2T, maternity, baby items, porcelain dolls, Avon collectibles, Barbies, books, toys and more.      p17 ______________________ Belmont Rogue River Highlands annual sale-Woodwater off Rogue River Rd., April 23-24, 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and April 25,  9 a.m. to 12 noon.      p17 ______________________ Multi-Family Sale-from clothes to furniture and everything in-between! Friday, April 24 at 8:00 a.m., 8280 Havemeir. Take 10 Mile east to Ramsdell. Follow signs! Really great stuff!      p17 ______________________ Bristlecone Hills Neighborhood Garage Sales! Near crossroads of Old Northland Dr. and Kuttshill in Rockford. April 30-May 2 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. […]

Belmont Elementary’s Ethan Babcock: an Example in Excellence

April 23, 2009 // 0 Comments

Hard-working student makes tasks fun for others Ethan Babcock, age 10, is the son of Dan and Kathy Babcock and brother to Trenten. Ethan is Belmont Elementary’s Example in Excellence because he is a person who always tries to do his best and throws himself whole-heartedly into all of his endeavors. Staff at Belmont say that Ethan shows enthusiasm and perseverance and shares those qualities with others around him. A team-player, Ethan is supportive of fellow athletes on his swim team. He also exhibits compassion and has taken on church projects to help students in Rwanda. Ethan shows his willingness to help others as he volunteers as a lunch helper and mentor to kindergarten students. His teachers describe him as a student who works hard but likes to have a good time along the way. He is also known for his wide variety of interests. A leader, Ethan is president of his fifth-grade class. He is branch manager at the student-run credit union. His relay team took first place in the 10-and-under free relay at State Competition this past spring. Ethan also took ninth place at the summer 2008 Mega Zone meet for ages 10 and under open water event. Included in Ethan’s hobbies are his favorite sports of swimming, water polo, creating with Legos and reading. Ethan is known to spend hours reading a book. A well-rounded individual, Ethan is also involved in his church youth group, Fifty-Six.             For his many talents but more importantly his support and encouragement of others, Ethan is an Example in Excellence for peers and staff at Belmont Elementary.