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Seeking Diesel Mechanic for concrete batch plant in Wilson County. Experience with eighteen-wheeler and/or ready mix concrete trucks may be required. Company provides paid time off, medical insurance benefits, and paid holidays. Contact Mesquite Concrete, Inc. at 830-216-1530, ask to talk to Nicolas. 
Immanuel Lutheran Church is now hiring for a Youth and Family Ministry Director. Pastoral: Minister to youth and their families during Sunday School and other church programs, being present in their lives outside the church walls, available for common concerns and in crisis situations. Leadership: Recruit and nurture Youth and Family Ministry program. Administration : Manage the planning process and coordinate with Pastor and Youth Committee all regular ministries to youth and their families. This includes youth of all ages on Sunday mornings and mid-week events; assisting with Confirmation, special events, trips and retreats, and parent meetings. Stewardship: Ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of youth programs, manage youth ministry budget, and collaborate with the sponsors of each Youth group. Ability to build, lead, and empower youth. Ability to implement a ministry vision. Familiarity with Lutheran Doctrine required; must be comfortable teaching it and representing Lutheran Theology. Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database, email, internet, and social media. Supervisory experience preferred. Ability to adapt and evaluate curriculum preferred. Must have excellent organization, communication (verbal and written), and listening skills, with a high degree of initiative and accountability. Exceptional interpersonal and relational skills required, with sensitivity to church members and visitors. Understanding and enjoyment of youth and families and guiding their spiritual development. Please send resumes to immanuellavernia@gmail.com or call 830-253-8121.
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Polished Edge: Dennis Quaid of ‘Vegas’ on CBS


Polished Edge: Dennis Quaid of ‘Vegas’ on CBS


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Q: Your character is based on a real, living person. Does that make it more important to get it right?

A: It does up the stakes, because I have played so many real people who were still living at the time, like Gordo Cooper in “The Right Stuff,” and in “The Rookie,” Jim Morris was a real guy, and Bill Clinton. I think I’ve played about 10 of those, and I’ve always sought (the real people) out. If someone was doing my story, I’d want them to get it right. That doesn’t mean they have to sugarcoat the truth, but I want to capture the essence of somebody and tell the story from their point of view.

Q: “Vegas” is set in 1960. Are you having any nostalgic jolts?

A: Yeah, it’s mainly things like the (rotary) dial phones instead of cellphones and the cars and the way the houses were furnished back then. That brings up memories of my childhood, because I lived through all that. And it’s in the police work as well. It’s not as forensically driven. This is a show about basic, old-fashioned police work.

Q: This is your first TV series role. Is it challenging to do an open-ended story?

A: It’s changed the way I build the character. You just have to relax and let it unfold slowly. Even before I took the role, I felt good about everyone being on the same page in terms of where we wanted the character and the show to go.
 

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