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Central Bassman

Part time job?

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I'm looking for a part time job, if anyone knows of any let me know. thanks

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I noticed the Outpost is looking for nights and weekend help.

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Central, You ever thought about doing some guiding in your spare time? Then you could mix business with pleasure.

Hester

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Central, So am I. Carpentry work is what I'm looking for.

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LOL... Hester, I don't think i could take money from someone just because i took them fishing... Its to much fun being on the water and catching fish. Its also hard to get customers and a steady income off guiding...But this winter i might put some people in spear houses for there first time cool.gifsmile.gif

LMITOUT Thanks

Any others??

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Fastenal in Hutchinson is looking for a part time employee m-f day shift hours

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Thanks Ice Bandit... but i have know clue about the stuff they sell.

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ISNT THAT GIRL FRIEND OF YOURS A FULL TIME JOB!!!

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OK ANDREW

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LOL... Yea but she doesn't pay well!!! cool.gif

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Fastenal sells fasteners, nuts, bolts, and some specialty fasteners. If you know anything about putting things together you could probably get along.

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I'll maybe look into Fastenal do any of you guys work there??

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I do not work there, but I work in the trades and have come across a few of the Fastenal Employees. They have said it is a good company to work for, and they like there job. Thats all I know.

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I don't work there, but I'm a buyer for one of their competitors. I've been to one of their shops a couple of times and it seems like it would be a decent place to work.

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Job has been filled from what i was told today... Any other jobs out there? smile.gif

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Try Neubarth Landscaping in Glencoe on 22. Pretty good pay.

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