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BAILEY — Police are collecting donations for the Marine Toys for Tots campaign through Thursday, Dec. 10.
“We are collecting new, unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots campaign,” said Police Chief Steve Boraski. “Collection bins are located at the police department and Town Hall.”
Boraski said his department’s goal is to fill at least one of the collection bins.
“Thank you for your kind donations,” Boraski said.
The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is a tax-exempt nonprofit created at the U.S. Marine Corps’ behest in 1991.
Sheriff’s office recruiting jailers
NASHVILLE — The Nash County Sheriff’s Office is looking for detention officers to work in the county’s detention center.
“We are currently accepting applications and conducting interviews for detention officer positions,” Chief Deputy Brandon Medina announced in a press release.
Salary for the detention officer position starts at $33,877 annually and increases to $35,571 after successful completion of a 9-month probationary period.
A flyer distributed by the sheriff’s office promises competitive benefits for the job including health, dental and life insurance; Local Government Employees and state 401(k) retirement programs; credit union participation availability; paid holidays; short term disability; and tuition reimbursement.
For more information, visit nashcountync.gov/263/Recruiting.
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