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Castaway Cove Is Hiring

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Castaway Cove Waterpark will be hosting a job fair on Thursday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

They are looking to hire 150 seasonal employees in all departments, including lifeguards, admissions, retail, food and beverage, group sales, maintenance, and grounds keepers.

This positions are great for high school and college students ages 15 and up.  They will offer flexible hours and free admittance to the park during off hours.

Individuals who are unable to attend the job fair are encouraged to apply at the guest service, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5p.m.  You can also download the applications on the Castaway Cove website.

The waterpark is scheduled to open on May 11th for the 2013 season.  Season passes are available for purchased online or at the guest services office.

Go to the Castaway Cove website for all the summer fun we have planned and "like" us on Facebook. For more information please call 322-5500.

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