The Telegraph accepts classified adverising anytime prior to Tuesday at noon. Ads are a total bargain at $5 for 25 words or less and 20 cents for each additional word. Ads can be submitted via email (, fax (259-0448) or in person (534 Main Ave, Durango). Prepayment is requested on all classifieds.

Executive Director
Animas Conservancy land trust, a non-profit organization. Half-time, $17,500, no benefits, other than good karma. Apply by 1/30, start 2/15. Fore more info. 259-0522 or
Part time stocker
Able to lift and carry 100 pounds, valid CO driver's license, apply Volunteers of America Thrift Store, 639 E. Second Ave, EOE
The 1st annual Durango Gong Show
is coming Snowdown Week! We are looking for all kinds of talent, as well as those weird and wonderful acts that may get gonged! Substantial cash prizes will be awarded for top two finishers. Prizes will also be awarded for Best of the Worst Gonged Act, Best Costume and Worst Costume. Acts must be no longer than 3.5 minutes and are limited to 5 people or less. Acts must provide their own music and props. Auditions will take place Jan. 19, 6 p.m. at the Abbey Theatre. Show will take place on Jan. 28 at the Abbey. Please call Jen at 759-9707 for further info.
Robert Burns Night
Sat., Jan. 24, 7-9 p.m. at the Fairgrounds (Exhibition Building). Scottish celebration with bagpipes, harps, haggis, vocalists, dancing and more. $10 donation at the door. For more info, call Jim at 759-4658.
New yoga classes
Starting Jan. 5 beginning, between beginning and intermediate, and intermediate classes available. Come and limber up + build strength in the New Year. Call Jessi. 247-8942 for a schedule.
Silverton Avalanche School
Is now taking applications for its 2004 season. Level I will be taught Jan. 23-25 or Jan. 30-Feb. 1 and Level II will be taught Feb. 6-8. For more information or to download an application visit a local outdoor store or go to
Professional Massage Therapy
with Sally Brown in her lovely Durango office. Over 14 years of experience with relaxation, sports and injury work. On-site chair massage at your office. Gift certificates for all services. Package discounts and 90 minute massage for new clients/$50. 749-0604.
Pet Grooming
Day care, homemade snacks. River's Edge Pet Boutique is now open. Where kindness and quality are our priorities. 931 Hwy. 3. 247-2042.
Toyota and Honda
They don't fail often, but if yours needs attention, bring it to Village Auto Care. We do quality maintenance and repairs for Toyota, Honda, Lexus and Acura vehicles. Conveniently located in the Durango Tech Center. 259-1991.
Beginning Adult Watercolor
classes. Jan. 14-Feb. 11. Weds. evenings 6-8 p.m. at the Fairgrounds. Taught by Sally Brown, artist and educator for over 29 years. 749-0604.
Digital Photography
Classes with instructor Paul Boyer at the Open Shutter Gallery. Call for schedule 382-8355.
Immaculate Country Home
On 2.2 irrigated acres. Pond, views, 2 car garage, greenhouse, fully landscaped. $269,000. Tina @ CBHHR. 946-2906
A Frame
style home. Concrete counters, aspen trim, 2 BD/1 BA. Must sell. $174,000. Tina @ CBHHR 946-2902.
3-acre buildable lot
Meadowlike setting, in a small subdivision with great mountain views, only 10 minutes to town. Electric, phone and natural gas are all to the lot line. Buyers will have use of irrigation water courtesy of the seller $115,000. Call Amber, CBHHR at 375-5515 today to see this lovely property.
Fishing paradise
Enjoy your own fishing paradise minutes from town on 160.2 acres of gorgeous Animas River front property. Privacy, irrigation and easy access. $2,650,000. Call Amber Johnson at Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors today. 970.375.5515.
Durango house
4 bedroom, private location, wood stove, riverfront. $1,000/month. 1st month free. Year lease. $3,000 move in. References required. 505-869-1452.
Art studio space
for rent near downtown. 400 square feet, windows, heat, electricity. $200/month includes all utilities. Available now! Call 259-8965.
Vacation Rental
Close to downtown. Everything you need for comfort and convenience. Don't wait we book up fast! (970) 259-9466 or
All-natural dog food shipped free
to you! Nutritious baked foods. No chemical preservatives. No by-products. Hormone-free chicken. Range-fed lamb. End hot spots and dry skin! Order at
85 Subaru Wagon
4X4, 130K miles, auto, transmission needs rebuilt. $500 obo. Chris 749-8962.
Shralp like a rock star
K2 Super Stinx, fat but not too fat. Great in backcountry and on the mountain. Complete with Riva Z titanium bindings, shims and climbing bales. 181 cm. They've got lots of good powder days left in 'em. To a good home only. Best offer wins price includes free ski tote strap. 259-7092.
See Steve Earle
One Steve Earle ticket for what is sure to be a legendary show at the historic Sheridan Opera House in Telluride. Shows in Tride and Durango sold-out this is your last chance! 259-3829.
1986 Ford F150
4WD, great work truck, $1,200. Call Aaron at 749-7661.
Local business
for sale. To view, visit Turnkey business for sale due to owner's health. Entertainment events booked through 2004. 375-2352.
Early 30s dancing
Drumming, and singing tall dark man of beauty seeks to spin open heart with a lovely lady. Call 375-9829
Do you want to help others?
Alternative Horizons is seeking volunteers to staff its 24 hour domestic abuse hotline. You will receive FREE extensive training, including a complete overview of domestic violence and crisis intervention skills. Traning begins January 22nd at 6 p.m. Call Randi at Alternative Horizons for more information. 247-4374.
Snowmobile Registrations
The San Juan Mountains Association offers Colorado state-regulated snowmobile registrations for $20.25 at the San Juan Public Lands Center, 15 Burnett Court in the Durango Tech Center. All Colorado residents must register their snowmobiles for use on public lands. 247-4874.
Durango Arts Center
Is seeking nominations for girls in grades 6-8 to participate in GOAL for Girls Saturday Art Workshops. The workshops focus on developing skills in painting, drawing, design and sculpture and include meeting women artists and visits to art galleries. Call Jules at 259-2606 for details.
Be an advocate
The Rape Intervention Team is looking for advocates. There are many volunteer options including hotline advocacy and support as well as prevention program involvement for all age groups. Call Claire or Adrian at 259-3074 to sign up for the next training.
VOA Thrift Store
Needs volunteers. Have fun and help people! Call Vanessa or Melissa at 385-0363.
Raw Food Lunches
Nonprofit organization Turtle Lake Refuge offers organic, living-food lunch every Tuesday and Friday from 11:11 a.m. to 2:22 p.m. Suggested donation $8. 247-8395. 848 E. Third Ave.



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