Front Porch: AquaSox to hold annual job fair April 6

AquaSox job fair

The Everett AquaSox are hosting their annual Frog Fair job fair on April 6 and are looking to hire energetic, friendly, motivated staff for this season.

Interested applicants should call 425-258-3673 to register for the job fair, which will be held from 12:00-2:30 on that Saturday at the Longfellow Building, 3715 Oakes Ave., Everett.

Job fair applicants will participate in an informational seminar about the AquaSox and the summer jobs that are available. Descriptions of the jobs will be given, along with the hours and rates of pay. All applicants will be briefly interviewed before the closing of the fair. Professional attire is expected. All those interested in working for the ballclub this season must be at least 16 years old and able to work the majority of the AquaSox’ 40 home games. Available positions include ticket takers, concessions, promotions team, mascot, and ushers.

All applicants must bring Photo ID, Social Security number and three references. For more information, call Nick Reuter at 425-258-3673 or email him at nickr@aquasox.com.

Deadline looms for studded tires: The Washington Transportation Department reminds drivers that they need to remove their studded tires by midnight Sunday.

Unless the department grants an extension due to severe weather, studded tires are legal in Washington only from Nov. 1 to March 31, according to the Associated Press.

The department notes that forecasts look mild for the lowlands this year and no extension is planned.

Drivers traveling to higher elevations are urged to prepare for winter driving conditions with traction tires and chains if necessary. Driving with studded tires after March 31 could result in a $124 ticket.

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