Full Time Shopping Show Sales & Administrative Assistant

February 1, 2017

Job Details

Position Type: Full Time – Weekdays 8:30 am to 5 pm with 30-60 minute lunch. No scheduled overtime. Other hours and duties assisting various departments may be required, especially during contests and giveaways.

$9 to $11 per hour based upon experience and performance.

Open Application Dates:

Join the Great Lakes Radio Team!

This job has been filled. Please feel free to review other job positions for our company, however, there is no longer an opening for this job.

We’re looking for an outgoing, charismatic individual who enjoys working with the public and is comfortable selling products at our front desk, online, and over the phone. Excellent communications skills are mandatory to work closely with the sales team and coordinate the addition of new items to the shopping show, manage inventory, and create sales growth.

As the first person the public sees when they come to our office, you’ll need to be dressed for success with a winning smile and charming personality.… Read the rest

Calendar – Art – Life Drawing Class at Carnegie Library – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Ishpeming – Life Drawing will be offered on Saturday, February 4 beginning at 11 a.m. at the Carnegie Public Library in Ishpeming.

Local artist, Paul Olson will teach this wonderful introduction to the skill of drawing from life. Materials will be provided. All ages and skill levels are welcome.

For more information, call 486-4381.… Read the rest

Calendar – Elder Care – Educational Program on the Basics of Memory Loss, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Skandia – Emanual Lutheran Church and the Alzheimer’s Association will host and educational program on the Basics memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease on Saturday, February 4 at 10:30 a.m. at Emanual Lutheran Church on U.S. 41 in Skandia.

The program will include information on the detection, causes and risk facts, stages of the disease, treatment and much more. The event is free.

For more information, call Lindsay Juricek at 800-272-3900 or 906-228-3910.… Read the rest

Calendar – Benefits/Fundraisers – 8th Annual Formal/Prom Dress Resale – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Ishpeming – The 8th Annual Formal/Prom Dress Resale will be held on Saturday, February 4 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Media Center of Westwood High School in Ishpeming.

The NICE Community Schools Child and Family Resource Center is sponsoring the event. 20% of the proceeds will go to the Family Resource Center, 80% to the seller. Although this is a fund raiser for the Family Resource Center, the main purpose is to provide beautiful affordable dresses for all girls in the area. Any funds raised by this sale will be used to purchase snacks, supplies and books for our weekly playgroup which is offered free of charge and is open to all families in the Upper Peninsula.

Sellers are welcome to drop dresses off at the Aspen Ridge Child and Family Resource room from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.… Read the rest

Calendar – Music – Beaumier Coffee House Series to Host Harp, Hart and Bones and Bedrooms and Basements – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Marquette – The Beaumier Coffee House Series will offer a concert with Harp, Hart, and Bones and Bedrooms and Basements on Saturday, February 4 from 7 to 9 p.m in the Peter White Lounge of the University Center at Northern Michigan University.

Harp, Heart, and Bones is a trio playing traditional blues. The music group consists of harmonica and slide guitar played by ‘Fast Eddie’ Consolmagno, resonator guitar by Bill ‘Dock’ Hart, and drums and folk percussion by Randy ‘da Bones Man’ Seppala. Their style comes from early twentieth century blues tradition and is influenced by ragtime and jazz.

Bedrooms and Basements is a duo native to Marquette. Taylor Martin performs lead vocals and guitar with Sam Graves performing mandolin, violin, guitar, and vocals. They describe the genre of music they play as acoustic/indie and have been categorized as “folk revival.”

There is a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $1 for students.… Read the rest

Calendar – Benefits/Fundraisers – Thin Mint Snowshoe Shuffle – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Negaunee – The Thin Mint Snowshoe Shuffle will be held on Saturday, February 4 beginning at 2:30 p.m. at the Michigan Iron Industry Museum, 73 Forge Road in Negaunee.

If you’re a pro just get out there and go along the museum’s 1/3 mile Geology Trail; enjoy the wooded views and follow the interpretive signs that illustrate the Carp River Forge. If you are new to snowshoeing, there will be some guided tours for you to join.

Then you’ll learn about local mining history, win some prizes, eat some great snacks, and earn a patch; all while supporting your local Girl Scouts. Bring your own snowshoes or borrow a pair at the event. The public is invited.

For more information, contact Les Bek at 920-955-3385.… Read the rest

Calendar – Outdoors – 12th Annual Young Trappers Workshop in Hermansville – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Hermansville – The 12th Annual Young Trappers Workshop will be held on Saturday, February 4 from 8 a.m. Central Time to late afternoon at the Hermansville Community Center.

Youngsters and beginning trappers will have an opportunity to learn from expert trappers how to trap weasels, mink, muskrats and raccoons. Learn the tricks with trap lines and learn about trapping fur-bearing animals like beaver, fox and coyotes.

The workshop is free and open to all. For directions or further information contact Mike Lewis at (906) 774-3592 or visit the trappers’ website at www.uptrappers.com.… Read the rest

Calendar – Education – Program and Book Signing Featuring “Tsu-Ming Han: Man of Two Different Worlds” – Feb. 4

February 1, 2017

Negaunee – NMU professor emeritus and historian Russell Magnaghi and NMU alumnus James Shefchick will present their new biography “Tsu-Ming Han: Man of Two Different Worlds” a with a brief public program and book signing on Saturday, February 4 beginning at 11 a.m. at the Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Negaunee.

The late Tsu-Ming Han was a brilliant scientist who helped to save the economy of central Marquette County. Han fled China in the late 1940s, just before the Communist takeover, and immigrated to the United States to complete graduate studies in geology. He later was instrumental in developing lower-grade iron ore refinement processes and pelletization for Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company.

Han’s notable discovery of the “world’s oldest megascopic fossil” gave the Upper Peninsula an important claim to fame. He presented his findings at the Geological Society of America in 1991 and collaborated with a UCLA professor on a related publication.… Read the rest

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