Today is Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015

TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD:   Send to  frontdesk@methowvalleynews.com. Deadline Noon Monday. Weekly Rates: $6.75 1st 15 words, 20¢ ea. additional word. Add $2.00 for Link or Color. Pay for 3 weeks, get the 4th free.  (No changes/refunds on this special.) Please call Rebecca, 509.997.7011 to pay for your ad. (VISA/MC  by phone only. Please do not send credit card information via e-mail) Pay by check: Methow Valley News, P.O. Box 97, Twisp, WA 98856-0097.
 

FOR SALE

YARD SALES

AUCTIONS

REAL ESTATE

MOBILE/MANUFACTURED HOMES

FOR RENT

WANTED TO RENT

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

EMPLOYMENT

WORK WANTED

SERVICES

CARS & TRUCKS

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

ANIMALS (PETS,HORSES, LIVESTOCK)

MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED

CARD OF THANKS

COMMUNITY EVENTS

PERSONALS

FREE TO GIVE AWAY

LOST / FOUND

 


(top)

FOR SALE

CASCADES OUTDOOR STORE– Labor Day Sale. Starts September 1. 10%-50% off throughout the store.  Come in early for best selection.  Downtown Winthrop.  (509)-996-3480.                16

TIME TO RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION?
CHECK YOUR MAIL FOR THE YELLOW POSTCARD!


(top)

YARD SALES

TWO FAMILY MOVING sale. Tools, hardware, furniture, tack, household goods. Even some free stuff. 158 E Chewuch Rd, Winthrop. Friday and Saturday, August 28-29, 9am.             16


(top)

AUCTIONS

 


(top)

REAL ESTATE

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 the age of 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 toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

2.29 ACRES OF ORGANIC land with cabin. $179,000. Showing weekends and evenings. (509) 997-2072 or (509) 429-4837.          17

TWISP RIVER VACATION property. Two waterfront, one acre lots on upper Twisp River. Water and electricity are in, plus 24ft Nash trailer under cover, screened porch, deck, and land line phone. Pristine condition. 509-997-0751.   16

411 KENNISON, WINTHROP. 3BD, 1.75BA, 1960sf., 1/3AC, R-2 duplex zoning, 960sf garage, views, $360,000; 360-820-1427.        18

123 CASTLE, WINTHROP. Fixer-upper, 2BD, 1.75BA, 1850sf, carport, 5,000sf lot, B-2 commercial zoning, $199,000; 360-820-1427.        18

SCHOOL IS STARTING soon. Get settled in before winter. No long driveways to plow. Downtown Twisp. Forced air, electric and wood heat, tile and carpet throughout. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, open floor plan, lots of storage, lots of parking. Double city lot. By appointment. 509-997-2319.      17

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME with sunroom and shop in Mazama. Fenced, set up for horses, large pole barn to store RV and other toys. Great views. $1500 month. Lease starts about October 1. 509-996-2567 or mzrea@centurytel.net.            19


(top)

MOBILE/MANUFACTURED HOMES

WANTING TO BUY mobile home 1990 or newer. Single wide or small double wide, 3 bedrooms in good condition. Call 425-293-4985 or email Janice at janice072@centurytel.net. 17


(top)

FOR RENT

CONFLUENCE GALLERY and Art Center: office space available for rent. Perfect for non-profits, professionals such as attorneys, therapists, massage practitioners, artists and others seeking a quiet space with natural light. Office 206 is 135 sq. ft., asking $165/month, utilities included. Request 1-year-lease (negotiable). For additional details and viewing, contact David Wright 509.996.3681 or Salyna Gracie, 509.997.2787.       21

OFFICE SPACE avail. in Chewuch Professional Bldg., Winthrop. High-speed internet, fiber optics, conference room, PLUS gorgeous river views and common kitchenette. 509.996.2820.                        17

RENT ROOM 7 OFFICE SPACE  in MV Community Center. $410 per month includes utilities, w/one year lease. 509-997-2926. 17               

SPACES AVAILABLE AT TWISPWORKS. Are you ready to start a new business or creative project, or take your current work to the next level? Do you long to be part of a collaborative community of thinkers, makers and doers? TwispWorks, a center for creative entrepreneurship in the heart of Twisp, has finished spaces for rent ranging from 150 to 600 square feet, as well as a variety of unfinished spaces available for tenant improvement. Approved campus partners are eligible for marketing and technical support. If you’re ready to help expand the economy and culture of the Methow Valley while realizing your own dreams, contact us. 509-997-3300 or info@twispworks.org.                        17

  


(top)

WANTED TO RENT

 


(top)

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

 


(top)

EMPLOYMENT

THE FREESTONE INN is looking for the right person to fill the position of Lead Server\Bartender in our dining room.  The perfect person would be someone local, with previous serving or hospitality experience.  Fine dining experience is a plus, but not necessary.  Must be 21 or over.  Bartending experience and passion for craft cocktails and wine is a plus.  Starting wage $12/hr plus tips.  Please pick up application at 31 Early Winters Dr., Mazama,WA 98833.  Or email resume to cmiller@freestoneinn.com.   16

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR The TwispWorks Foundation: The Executive Director (ED) leads TwispWorks as the chief executive officer and reports to the TwispWorks Board of Directors. He or she is responsible for leading the advancement of the TwispWorks mission, expanding the community support, the scope of the programs and the overall positive impact of the Foundation. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: ORGANIZATIONAL PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP: The ED leads the organization’s mission through visioning, empowering others, and in this role, the ED ensures the organization’s compliance with its written strategic plan. The ED develops organizational structures and job descriptions and works with board to recruit, train and retain Board members. COMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS: The ED establishes effective communications with regional decision makers, community leaders, media, other groups with related or complementary missions and programs, and the community as a whole. He or she promotes community, stakeholder, tenant and volunteer participation at TwispWorks. PROGRAM/PARTNER DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT: The ED ensures quality programming that meets the mission of TwispWorks by regularly assesses programs for effectiveness and budgetary performance and takes the initiative in creating new programs and partnerships. RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: The ED ensures adequate financial resources are in place to support organizational goals. This includes development /review of the fundraising plan, resource development tasks including grant applications, direct fundraising, seeking in-kind contributions, developing institutional fundraising requests. He or she must develop and maintain good working relationships with the foundation’s major donors and potential major donors and supporters. FINANCE AND OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT: The ED serves and the chief administrative officer responsible for overseeing timely and accurate tax return submittals and ensures compliance with other regulatory requirements. He or she meets organizational goals, prepares an annual operational budget, effectively allocates and manages resources and insures that the Foundation’s operational policies are in place and are followed. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: The ED is the team leader and selects and cultivates qualified staff. In this role, the ED establishes clear and attainable performance standards, conducts annual performance reviews with direct reports, and ensures that annual performance reviews are conducted by all supervisors. BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE: Candidates must have a minimum of 7 years in non-profit management or mission-based business management. Candidates must also have experience working in community development and managing a staff.

The ED candidates must exhibit poise and communicate in a clear and inspiring manner to be the spokesperson and public face of the Foundation. Candidates must also be familiar with and sensitive to the culture and history of the Methow Valley. SALARY:  This is a full-time salaried position. The salary for this position is $ 45,000 – $50,000, depending on experience and qualifications. TO APPLY: Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume by midnight September 10, 2015. Submit your application to jobs@twispworks.org.  No phone calls please. The TwispWorks Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. The TwispWorks Foundation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization dedicated to increasing economic vitality in the Methow Valley through agriculture, education, technology, art, and culture.  This center for creative enterprise is located on the site of the historic USFS Twisp Ranger Station.  TwispWorks provides a community base, shop space, and studios for a broad spectrum of artists, makers, and entrepreneurs, as well as being home to the Valley Teen Center, The Methow Valley Interpretive Center, and KTRT 97.5 fm.  Public events include Open Studios, Farm-to-Table Dinners, Performing Arts Events, Art Classes and Skills-Based Workshops. Together, we are a bunch of ambitious people, working side by side to accomplish our dreams.           18

METHOW VALLEY SCHOOL District is accepting applications for an Early Childhood Education Coordinator.  Visit the district website for complete job description and application procedure.  Methow Valley School District, 18 Twin Lakes Rd. Winthrop WA  98862, (509) 996-9205.  Please apply by August 28. Position open until filled. www.methow.org/district EOE. 16

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE Brewery is hiring for Servers. Please pick up an application at 155 Riverside Ave., Winthrop. Or online at www.oldschoolhousebrewery.com.                 16

FREESTONE INN, LOCATED in Mazama, WA, is currently seeking housekeeping staff.  This is a full time position with benefits and a starting wage of $12/hr.  Previous housekeeping experience is a plus, but not required.  Applicant must be flexible, creative, and have the ability to work as a team as well as independently.  Shared housing options may be available as well.  Please apply in person, or forward resumes to cmiller@freestoneinn.com.  503-996-3906.    17

TWISP RIVER PUB is hiring for wait staff, busser, dishwasher and prep cook. Apply in person.           16

RIVER PINES INN, Winthrop, is seeking housekeeping staff for cleaning lodging rooms. Part time hours. Must be flexible, work as a team and independently as well. Call Jo 509-322-4062. 18

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, REGISTERED Nurse & House Manager positions- Jamie’s Place is seeking a .5 FTE Executive Director and a .5 FTE Registered Nurse to continue our good work in the Methow Valley operating two non-profit adult family homes. These two positions can be combined into a full-time position, if qualified. We are also hiring for an additional .5 FTE House Manager position. Visit the employment page at www.jamiesplacehomes.org or email employment@jamiesplacehomes.org for job descriptions and application instructions.               17

ROCKING HORSE BAKERY is looking for individuals with great customer service skills to join our team of baristas.  Positions are year round, 4-5 days a week, 30-35 hours per week.  Apply in person or email rockinghorsebakery@gmail.com for an application.  No phone calls, please.                        17

ALL PHASE DRYWALL: Help Wanted: Exp or willing to train. Must have transportation. Pay DOE. Lloyd 509-429-2388.        17

JAMIE’S PLACE AFH in Winthrop is seeking individuals to join a great team of caregivers. HCA or CNA certification will be required but not necessary initially to start working. Some costs to be covered for committed team members obtaining HCA or CNA certifications. Call 509-996-4417 or email jamiesplaceafh@yahoo.com to request an application. View our video at www.jamiesplacehomes.org.  17

COPPER GLANCE IS looking for a bartender experienced in making craft cocktails and an experienced cook. Please call 509-341-4247 for further details.  16

METHOW VALLEY SCHOOL District is accepting applications for the following coaching positions: JH 7/8 grade head and assistant football, HS head and assistant football, HS assistant girls’ soccer, HS assistant volleyball, JH assistant wrestling, HS head and assistant wrestling for the 2015-2016 school year. Visit the district website for full job description and application. Apply using the Fast Track online application link found on the employment page at www.methow.org/employment.  509-996-9205 EOE.          16

 


(top)

WORK WANTED


(top)

SERVICES

ASHTON AUTO DETAIL L.L.C. (206) 251-2072. Interior Detail Plus Car Wash. Professional Wax Available! Free pick up and drop off.      16

 


(top)

CARS & TRUCKS


(top)

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES


(top)

ANIMALS (PETS, HORSES, LIVESTOCK)


(top)

MISCELLANEOUS

 

TIME TO RENEW? CHECK YOUR YELLOW POSTCARD.  :)


(top)

WANTED


(top)

CARD OF THANKS

 


(top)

COMMUNITY EVENTS

POOL AND PIZZA PARTY- Friday, August 21st, 6-8:30pm. Pizza and salad. Family fun. Everyone welcome. Free swim. Donations welcome. Friends of the Pool. With love to Tommy Z.         16


(top)

PERSONALS

 


(top)

FREE TO GIVE AWAY

 


(top)

LOST / FOUND

 


 

1 comment

  1. Rick Hjelle says:

    Jun 26, 2013

    Reply

    Like the new look 😉

What do you think?

Name required

Website