Carriers wanted!

Earn extra cash this summer

The Nelson Star is looking for newspaper carriers to deliver the paper every Thursday before 8 p.m. in the following areas;

Gore St, Jeffs, St, Mcquarrie Ave, Robertson Ave, Vancouver St, Wasson St, – 53 Papers.

Falls St, Hall Mines Rd, Hoover St, Josephine St, Kootenay St, Observatory St, Stanley St, Ward St, – 64 Papers.

Carbonate St, Cedar St, Hall St, Hendryx St, Latimer St, Mill St, – 93 Papers

Gyro Park Rd, Morgan St, W Oak St, Pine St, Regent St, Union St, View St, William St, – 58 Papers

Carbonate St, Cherry St, Latimer St, Mill St, Park St, – 63 Papers

Cottonwood St, Davies St, Elwyn St, Fifth St, Fourth St, Sixth St, Third St, – 74 Papers

Anderson St, Behnsen St, Douglas St, Fifth St, Fourth St, Maple Grove, Sixth St, Third St, – 49 Papers

Cottonwod St, Davies St, Eighth St, Elwyn St, Kokanee St, Ninth St, Seventh St, – 55 Papers

Eighth St, Eleventh St, Fell St, Gordon St, Kokanee Ave, Ninth St, Seventh St, Tenth St, – 82 Papers

Falls St, Houston St, Innes St, Josephine St, Kootenay St, Stanley St, Ward St, – 81 Papers

Call 250-352-1890 or email circulation@nelsonstar.com for more information

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