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Rentals/Real Estate
Yard Sales/For Sale
Vehicles/Marine
Miscellaneous
 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING — THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016

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Help Wanted

The Star-News recommends you investigate every phase of investment opportunities. You can consult your own attorney, the Better Business Bureau at (208) 342-4649, or ID Dept. of Consumer Affairs at (208) 343-3554.

COUNTRY TREASURES Gift Shop. Now looking for Retail Clerk. Person must be responsible, reliable, and personable. Experience is preferred. Responsibilities include assisting customers, operating cash register, stocking, and maintaining store appearance. 12-20 hours/week, including evenings. Call (201) 805-2628 or (208) 968-0596. 1tp5/26

CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGER II. Idaho First Bank is looking for a Full-time position to join our McCall Branch team. This position will be helping customers to complete their banking transactions. This requires excellent customer service and cash handling skills. Previous banking is a plus but not required. High school diploma or GED required. Computer skills in personal computer operation, word process, spreadsheet and account opening software are a bonus. Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to apply common sense to carry out instructions, interpret documents, understand procedures, write reports and correspondence, and speak clearly to customers and employees. This position assures compliance with all Bank policies and procedures, as well as, all applicable state and federal banking regulations. Application and resume should be submitted to hr@idahofirstbank.com Idaho First Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 1tc5/26

GOLF MAINTENANCE WORKER - Seasonal. The City of McCall is seeking qualified individuals to fill full-time, seasonal positions in our Golf Department. Golf Maintenance Workers perform unskilled and semi-skilled maintenance, repair, inspection, and service work on City golf course grounds, including equipment, machinery, irrigation systems, and structures. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be able to work weekends and Holidays. The City of McCall is an EOE/DFW. Starting wage is $11.25 per hour, DOE. Applications are available at the McCall City Hall or visit http://mccall.id.us Accepting applications until positions are filled. 2tc6/2

GREAT SECOND OR PRIMARY job opportunity for summer. Hiring chef, prep cooks, servers and dish handlers for both catering and fast paced restaurant.  Flexible hours 4-6 p.m. until 10 p.m.  Good pay, meal discounts and shirts provided.  Join our fun crew!  Southside Grill/All Events Catering, across from McCall Airport.   http://southsidemccall.com. 1tc5/26

CONSTRUCTION LABORERS NEEDED, no experience necessary. Starting wage $17. Contact Danny at 469-9718. 2tp6/2• TMA

THE TURNING POINT Chevron is hiring for Cashiers and a Maintenance person and A&W has a couple open positions. Looking for reliable, honest, hard-working employees for both businesses. Pick up application at A&W/Chevron in New Meadows or call 347-2219. 2tc6/2

SEASONAL SHUTTLE Drivers for rafting company in McCall. Safely transport passengers on established routes to & from river put-ins & take-outs on the Salmon River near Riggins & Lewiston. Driver must be comfortable operating trucks, 15-passenger vans, & shuttle bus while towing trailers. Class C-CDL with P endorsement required. Call Chris 315-2429 for full job description & requirements. 1tp5/26

VACASA IS HIRING Housekeepers to care for our homes in the McCall area! $15/hr, smart phone, flexible hours, etc. To apply, please complete an application at http://vacasa.com/careers. 2tp6/2

WE ARE LOOKING for a water ski spotter for mornings. We will pay or pull you as consideration. Email: IdahoBoater25@gmail.com. 4tp6/16

VETERINARY ASSISTANT/TECHNICIAN needed Donnelly Veterinary Hospital. Veterinary hospital experience preferred but will train right individual.  Apply in person.  325-4510. 2tp5/26

PROJECT HELPER NEEDED. I am in need of help finishing sewing all kinds, scrapbooking, framing photos etc. Must drive, I live out of town. All ages. E-mail skills to: projecthelper2016@gmail.com. 5/19tfn

EDWARDS MOSQUITO ABATEMENT District is seeking a recorder to take minutes at our monthly board meetings in Donnelly on the second Tuesday of every month. Pay dependent on experience. Please contact Bill Fly at 315-2101 or send resume to Edwards Mosquito, PO Box 561, Donnelly, ID 83615. 2tp5/26

LABORER WANTED: Commercial General Contractor seeks general laborer for upcoming Public Works project in McCall, Idaho. Drug Test & background check is required! E-mail resume & inquires to hellmannconst@cableone.net. Pay is dependent on experience. 4tp6/2

THE MILL RESTAURANT is now hiring for all positions. Please apply in person after 5 pm. We are located at 326 N. 3rd St. Ask for Danny or Terry. 2tp5/26

PEN America. Secretary/Administrative Assistant needed to be communicating with company customers in a well-organized and timely manner. Experience not required. $920 per week for a start, send cv to sniderpeterjet@yahoo.com or call (208) 291-1098. 3tp5/26

MCCALL BREWING CO. is hiring full-time servers. Flexible hours. Apply in person at 807 N. 3rd St., downtown McCall. 2/18tfn

CARPENTERS NEEDED. Local custom home builder. Pay DOE. Call Taylor with Highmark Builders. 315-0242. 3tp5/26

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rentals

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PUBLISHER’S NOTICE

All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD at (800) 669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is (800) 927-9275.

McCall/Donnelly

BOAT DOCK AND beach on the lake in Donnelly. Three bedroom, two bath, $1,495/month. Great vacation or family getaway, available June 1st. (801) 656-8400 or (208) 413-8328. 2tp6/2

ENGINEERING STUDENT needs small apartment or room to rent for one semester near McCall. (304) 541-3235. tp5/26

New Meadows

RV SPACE for rent. $300/month includes water/sewer/trash. In Meadows. Call 630-4364. 4tp6/16

Commercial

FIVE SPACES AVAILABLE, Donnelly. One currently used for vacation rental business with AAA reception, rest room, laundry, two car attached garage. Two more ground level 1,250 sq.ft. & 1,200 sq.ft.  Two second level spaces with balconies 1,130 sq.ft. & 1,100 sq.ft. office space. All have own restroom. Permitted internal lighted signage available. Sq.ft. is approximate. 150 W. Roseberry, (208) 859-4276. 1/22tfn

OFFICE WITH FINISHED Shop attached. Kitchenette and shared bathroom. 760 square feet. $725/month. Located near the corner of Deinhard and Commerce in McCall. 347-3892. 4/21tfn

Salmon River

ENJOY THE SALMON River anytime you want. Rent a Dry Camping spot for $150 month. Will accommodate more than one camper. Share the spot and cost with fiends. (208) 839-2245 or (208) 839-2777. 3/31tfn

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real estate

PRICE REDUCED, 30 Acres. One of a kind mountain property. Able to subdivide, two streams, septic approved, closest private land adjacent to Jughandle. Great access to Jug Meadows and beyond. Borders government land. $190,000. (801) 631-9525. 2tp6/2

OPEN HOUSE - Saturday 10-4. Fully furnished three bedroom/three bath on a large lot in town with a wonderful wrap around deck overlooking the golf course. Open floor plan, pellet stove, large loft area, covered back porch with hot tub, and a large basement storage area. $349,000. 1370 Divot Lane, McCall. Cory Corbet/Juli Christo, Century 21 Whitewater Clark. http://corbetproperty.com, (206) 617-4251. 1tp5/26

ARE YOU THINKING of selling your home? Find out why Steve and Cindy Jones of McCall Real Estate Company are your best choice to market and sell your home. Call us for our listing presentation that shows the step by step plan to success. Call 634-6497 or visit our website http://2ndhomes.com. 3tp5/26

HOME FOR SALE by Owner in Carefree Subdivision. 14013 Country Way. $450,000. Open House Saturday 2-5. (208) 741-3730. 1tp5/26

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yard sales

McCall

MOVING SALE, SATURDAY, 8-3. 444 Rio Vista. Lots of stuff, furniture, baby items, crib, household items. Rain or shine. 1tp5/26

GARAGE SALE. Furniture, pictures. 212 N 3rd Street, Ste. B. Saturday, 10-4pm. 1tp5/26

304 RIO VISTA, 8 am., May 28. Tools, nice clothes, sports equipment and various items. 630-3590. 1tp5/26

5/28 AND 5/29, 8 am. to 2 pm. Two neighbor yard sale, rain or shine. 320 Moon Drive, past the Activity Barn off of Moon Ridge Dr. Look for signs. Electronics, home décor, lots of kitchen items, outdoor camping, tools, outdoor wood table, 24” log bar stools and much more. 1tp5/26

THE WOODLANDS ANNUAL Community Yard Sale. May 28th, 8am to 5pm, May 29th, 8am to ? 2tp5/26

SATURDAY, MAY 28th from 8-2pm. 406 Allen Ave, McCall. Kitchen appliances, tools, home decor, sports equipment, furniture, and antiques for sale. 1tp5/26

Lake Fork

HUGE MOVING SALE - Friday and Saturday, 58 Jughandle Dr. McCall. Oak desk 6’ x 3-1/2’ dining table and chairs, linen hutch, double bed, two wicker night stands. Three beautiful mounted elk, big-horn sheep and whitetail deer. Men’s Filson coat size 42, down jacket, down bedding and much, much more! Everything is in excellent condition! Call 315-7060 for information and directions. 1tp5/26

Donnelly

CONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES and tools, 1957 Monterey Luxury Cruiser 16ft, Whirlpool propane gas range, Pack-n-play, booster seat, household items and a free rooster named George, 12 weeks. Come see what you can’t live without! Two family sale, 222 and 223 Angus Lane, Donnelly. Saturday - Sunday, May 28th and 29th, 8:00am - 3:00pm. 1tp5/26

MOVING SALE. MAY 27th -29th, 9-3. Furniture, kitchen ware, collectibles. Lots of good stuff. 595 E Roseberry Road, Donnelly. 1tp5/26

LARGE DOWNSIZING SALE. 13123 Farm to Market Road, Donnelly. Friday thru Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm. Two family, cleaning out sheds. Fishing rods and tackle, aluminum boat, new trolling motor, hand and power tools, router with cable, old ship wheel, dryer, knives, old military, gold/silver costume jewelry, dolls, antique furniture, World War I bayonet, pottery, Hummels, crafts, sewing, crystal, linens, pictures, camping, kitchen misc., ammunition, so much stuff, something for everyone. Rain or shine. 1tp5/26

MEDICAL FUNDRAISER GARAGE Sale. Friday, May 27th, 6 to 9pm. Saturday and Sunday, 7 am to 3 pm. Sandy Drive - Donnelly at Stinker Station, West Roseberry to Dawn Drive Court, continue 1.4 miles to first Sandy Drive. Signs will be up. Thank you. 1tp5/26

Cascade

MULTI-FAMILY, behind Grandma’s Restaurant. Lot of fun stuff. Friday and Saturday, 9-4. 1tp5/26

GARAGE SALE. 23 Goslin Loop, Cascade Saturday, May 28th, 9:00-4:00 Come check it out! Something for everyone. 1tp5/26

BURL WOOD BIRD houses, burl wood tables, pie safe, corner shelf, cedar boxes, barn wood hutch, household items, golden eagle bow, many more items. May 27 and 28th, 8am to 4pm, 465 Cabarton Road Cascade. 1tp5/26

406 PATTERSON AVENUE, Cascade. Friday 5/27 and Saturday 5/28 - 8 am-4 pm. Furniture, ski and camp gear, adult and kids clothing and gear, housewares. Everything must go!!! 1tp5/26

SUNDAY-MAY 29TH ONLY, 9am to 2pm. 1030 Cabarton Rd. Hugh sale!!! Vintage furniture including wooden chairs and metal stands. Outdoor furniture. Futon. Two Coleman sleeping bags (hardly used). Light fixtures, ceiling fan, and other household items. Jewelry craft supplies - bags & bags of vintage jewelry. Jewelry containers. 8ft pre-lighted Xmas tree, DiamondBack road bike, lots of stuff! Will accept credit cards. 1tp5/26

BOOKS, CLOTHING, OTHER misc. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 9-5. 45 E Prospector Drive. 1tp5/26

Pollock

FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND Sunday, 8-? 126 Old Pollock Road, south end, first log house on right. Rain or shine, in shop. Watch for signs. 1tp5/26

Council

LARGE YARD SALE - Council fair building May 26-30, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saddles, tack, a wagon, barn doors, silver tea sets, china, antiques, elk horns, furniture, and lots more. Cash only. 1tp5/26

Riggins

ON-SITE ECLECTIC Estate Sale, June 3, 4, 5. 9-5:30 MT, Whitewater Wilderness Dr., Pollock, Id. Multiple antique furniture pieces: kitchen cupboards, trunks, washstand, chairs, etc. Also furniture: huge repro roll-top desk, etc, plus usable decor, household and kitchen miscellaneous. Large amount of collectibles: African masks, JFK poster, w/c and oil paintings, crocks, churns, reels, etc. Estate sale by Jim Adair, Riggins. (208) 451-5801. Watch for display ad in next edition. 1tp5/26

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for sale

YAK MEAT FOR sale. Grass fed and finished by the cut. Call or text (208) 890-6399 or email yakranch@frontier.com. 2tp6/2

NEED MEAT for your BBQs for this coming weekend? Willey’s Custom Meats has an awesome selection of everything from homemade sausage links to hand cut steaks and pork chops. Call or stop by! Also selling still whole or half hogs just a couple left for the year call to reserve. Brent Willey 315-7196. 1tp5/26

BAR STOOLS. (3)  Fabulous live edge solid teak.  Dark stain, heavy as heck and very beautiful.  These are not your Danish, mid-modern version of teak.  These were made for the mountains!  $148 each.  Second Story Consignment at Bella Kitchen.  634-4730. 1tc5/26

ELK, VERY LARGE Bugle, 1/4 turn, very best in the west. $1,500 obo. 315-7060. 2tp6/2

BLUE!  LEATHER! RECLINER!  Fine quality Drexel Heritage in very good condition.   Do yourself a favor - get the best and it will look great for the next 25 years.  $460  Second Story Consignment at Bella Kitchen.  634-4730. 1tc5/26

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vehicles/marine

CLASSIC 17 1/2 Foot Mahogany wood boat for sale. 1961 Century Resorter with restored V8, new wood and finish, new upholstery, new cover and more. Call Evan (208) 890-9846. 4tp6/16

COOL OLD BOAT: 1953 MFG 15’ Runabout, 1958 Mercury Mark 58 Super Thunderbolt outboard, Teenee trailer. Nearly completed restoration, always stored. Motor ran, was serviced prior to storage. Boat is fiberglass, appears lapstrake, wooden top. All trim hardware, glass, steering and motor remote mechanics included. $1,500. 634-3299. 2tp6/2

ACHILLES 11.5 YACHT Tender, five person, ocean freshwater, very safe. Can be taken down, fits in two bags. Many extras, Evenrude motor, $2,500 obo. 315-7060. 2tp6/2

CANOE, 15 FT. Coleman Outfitter, aluminum paddles. $240. 634-5248 or 634-8021. 2tp5/26

1993 FOUR WINNS 190 I/O Horizon, open bow. Original owner. Excellent shape, low hours, great family recreational boat. Always stored indoors, travel covers, and Bimini top. AM/FM stereo, with weather channel. 302V8 OMC Cobra Stern drive with power steering, SS Turbo Prop. Fresh water boat, Bottom line fish finder. Not yet summarized, as is. Ran great last time on water. Factory trailer with surge breaks, recent new tires, axles have bearing buddies. Boat has water skis, water tow tubes and knee board etc. for fun on lake. Full complement of, life jackets and ski vests. A cherry deal for someone. $7,500. Cash deal, no second parties. 634-5592. 2tp5/26

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MISCELLANEOUS

FREE: ELECTRIC DRYER GE, Heavy duty super capacity, works fine except drum squeaks. Two miles south of McCall. (805) 407-6194, Tim. 1tp5/26

THE SECOND DEATH. Jesus died the second death. He had no hope of heaven, for He wasn’t allowed to use His divinity for Himself. Darkness hid God’s face, and Satan oppressed His soul with the thought that His sacrifice would end in eternal separation from His father. He was bearing the sins of the whole world, past, present, future. Jesus knew how offensive sin was to His Father and He bore it all, from Cain to Hitler, all, upon that cruel cross. Jesus loved us more than His own life! Naked, suffering their stares and hatred, Ps. 22:17,18, He chose to die. John 10:11, 17, 18. He submitted “Father, into your hands I commit My spirit..” Luke 23:46. He chose death to give us life! If it was to be forever, so be it! He loved us that much! 1tp5/26

REV. 19:10, “...For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” Are you curious how current world events mesh with Biblical prophecy? Join us upstairs in the Cascade Store, Sundays 2:30-4:30, beginning May 29. Questions? Call Dean at 630-3746. Everyone welcome. 3tp6/2

TRUTH? FIND IT AT http://amazingfacts.org. 4tp5/26

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