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- The Baker County Press

Accepting applications for experienced electrician.  Must have valid driver’s license, dependable transportation and able to pass drug test and background check.  Apply in person at Dependable Htg, A/C & Electrical Contractors at 203 E. Macclenny Avenue.  You can also  apply online at our website www.dependableacandelectric.com or fax resume to 259-8086.7/2tfc

A Kut Above Salon is looking for full time and part time hairdressers. Commission and rental rates available. Opportunities to make retail commission with Merle Norman Cosmetics and styling products. Beautiful and clean salon with a great atmosphere. Apply within at 589 South Sixth Street, Macclenny.6/25-7/16p
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REWARD for missing Jack Russell. White with brown face and black eyebrows. Missing 6/28 off Andrew Raulerson Road in Glen. Last seen by Glen post office. Please call 259-2657 and leave message.7/2-9p
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Organic farm in Baxter hosts open house

Farm owners Jennifer and Joe Asbury.

Farm owners Jennifer and Joe Asbury.

Over the last two years Joe and Jennifer Asbury of Baxter have been slowly turning their 18-acre tract on CR 127 into an organic farm with vegetable and melon gardens, chickens, rabbits, geese and ducks.

They opened their homestead, Sunrise Jubilee Farms, on Saturday, June 15 to the public and hosted a number of craft and food vendors, a mix of Christian bands and a potluck dinner with cake. Visitors walked the garden as children played with the chickens or splashed down an inflatable water slide.

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Limited space for free swim lessons at Y

Regional YMCAs, including the Baker County Y, will be offering free swim instruction in July to kindergarten through fifth graders on free or reduced school lunch.

Space is limited to 272 children and a Y membership is not required. The registration deadline is June 28.

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