Candidates must meet response time requirements, pass a written exam, meet physical agility standards and sit for an interview with the Civil Service Commission.
The salary is $12 per hour, and the job requires 10 to 15 hours of work a month. Apply at http://www.coonrapidsmn.gov/employment/jobs.htm or call 763-767-6486.
For more information about the positions, contact Assistant Chief Bret Gageby at 763-767-6477 or BGageby@coonrapidsmn.gov.
Style show at Guardian Angels of Elk River
Guardian Angels of Elk River, an assisted-living and senior care community, will present its second annual style show on Saturday, May 17, at Guardian Oaks Dining Room, 350 Evans Av. NW, Elk River.
Doors will open at 8 a.m. and the show will start at 9 a.m. In addition to the style show, there will be a brunch, silent auction, plant and bread sale, and more.
Susie Jones of WCCO Radio will be the special guest emcee.
Tickets are $20, and proceeds will be used to repair the walking path around the Angel Ridge Building. For tickets or information, call 763-639-1573.
Fundraiser seeks discarded electronics
Boy Scout Troop No. 211 will partner with Tech Dump, an electronics recycling nonprofit, later this month to collect unwanted electronics as a fundraiser.
Gently used, obsolete or damaged electronics can be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 31, in the parking lot of Advent Lutheran Church at 9475 Jefferson Hwy., Maple Grove.
Items such as computers, cellphones, electrical cords, internal or external drives, other electronic accessories, TVs and monitors will be accepted. (There is a $15-45 fee for tube TVs and monitors — not flat panels).
Tech Dump will destroy all information and data on the electronics at its facility in Golden Valley.
The fundraiser will support the troop’s weekend camping and outing fees, and other supplies. For more information, go to TechDump.org/Troop211.
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