PART-TIME/SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIANSThe Butler R-V School District is seeking applications for a Part-Time/Substitute Custodian. This position will be primarily assigned to the high school at this time, but may substitute and assist custodians in all buildings across the district with additional cleaning and sanitation procedures needed at this time. The Butler R-V School District is located south of the Kansas City metropolitan area on I-49 Highway. We are a progressive school district that transitioned to a 4-day school week this school year. Interested applicants should visit the district website www.butlerr5.org and send completed application, resume, and references to Dr. Calee McElwain, Director of Curriculum, 420 S. Fulton St,. Butler, MO 64730 firstname.lastname@example.org .
Day: October 22, 2020
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|Eyebrows are the facial expression of the face. Sparse brows take away from the beauty of the eye. If you have lost some or all of your brows over time, talk with Laura Jambrosic, a local Permanent Makeup Artist with over 7 years of experience in the application of Micro-pigmentation and for all Permanent Makeup procedures. You can check over here to know why she suggests to use water steamer for face often. Laura got into the cosmetic tattooing business intending to provide 3D nipple and areola tattooing for breast cancer survivors who choose reconstruction. Her expertise in this area quickly took off, and she is now licensed in the state of Missouri for all cosmetic tattooing services. Additionally, Laura offers stick and poke kits for clients who prefer to do their own tattoos. Laura has two locations, Amazingly Ageless Med Spa in Harrisonville and her main studio in Raymore, Studio 58. You can see her work on Facebook at Laura Jambrosic Permanent Makeup or inside Amazingly Ageless Med Spa. Keep an eye out for discount coupons from the 92.1 Shopping Show Coupon Box, with three coupons available for half-price micro-blading eyebrow arches, one each in October, November, and December. This makes for a great Christmas gift for any woman on your wish list, and gift certificates are also available as stocking stuffers.|
Bates County Tribune on the stands now by ” South Cass Tribune” Section D
|The South Cass Tribune for Butler and Adrian is here ! Look for The free mass mailing of your Bates County News in print in your mailbox from the November19th edition . The South Cass Tribune will Offer “ A Bates County Tribune section” with news in print from Adrian and Butler. On the stands “ now” at the Dollar General Store in Butler, Casey’s General Store, The Bear Stop and on the Butler Square at the Scott Friedrich Law Office. Each edition will Sell for 75 cents and yearly subscriptions for $36.00 delivered to your mailbox. Submit news articles to email@example.com the South Cass Tribune 816-793-0540.The Bates County Tribune ( section D ) in the South Cass Tribune . Paper print on the stands now …. Every Thursday.|
Bates County Museum Minute: Treasures in Print ~
The Museum is home to thousands of artifacts and some of the most extraordinary are in print… books. Books that now are rather rare and highly sought by collectors. Prices for these amazing pieces of ‘art’ can run from a few hundred dollars all the way to thousands.
On particular book in our collection was donated by Mrs. Nell Henry in the 1960s during the early days of the Museum’s founding. The big book, covered with a cellophane type material, is in fair/good condition. Carl and Nell (Austin) Henry were primary benefactors, providing many artifacts and very generous financial support when the Bates County Historical Society & Museum was established. The book is titled, “Studer’s Popular Ornithology – The Birds of North America,” and it is magnificent. Close to 700 birds are described by author Jacob Studer with 119 crayon plates drawn by illustrator Dr. Theodore Jasper. The book, measuring 12” x 15”, was published in 1878. Without doubt, it is one of the Museum’s most exquisite print artifacts.
Museum Minute is courtesy of Mid-America Live