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.

Buckhorn Limousine
Has lost keys, cell phones, glasses, women's undergarments and more. Call 769-0933 to claim your missing items.
Great environment working with youth! 36-40 hrs./week, $8.25/hr to start, meals and partial uniform included, rotate weekends, cafeteria style dining. Full benefits after 6 mos., opportunity for advancement. Includes custodial duties and ability to lift 40 lbs. Clean background/drug test req'd. Apply in person, DeNier Youth Services Center, 720 Turner Dr., (Bodo Park). 970-375-2781. EOE
Administrative Coordinator
for Durango Nature Studies, a non-profit environmental education organization. 30 hrs/wk, responsible for all administrative functions of DNS office. Send cover letter, resume and 3 references to: DNS, P.O. Box 3808, Durango, CO 81302. Deadline 11/23/04. No calls, please. Full description at www.durango
Jarvis Suite Hotel
Is looking for a PT front desk clerk. Exp preferred but not necessary. Friendly and outgoing personality is necessary, some weekends and some holidays. Apply in person to 125 w. 10th Street.
Lady Falconburgh's
is now hiring experienced wait staff and kitchen help. Apply in person at 640 Main Ave.
Local retailer
Seeking responsible adult for PT/FT work (possibly Saturdays). Wine knowledge preferred. Call mornings. 259-6441.
Pine Needle Mountaineering
is looking for a full time ski tech. Ideal candidate would have experience with custom bootfitting/footbeds, ski tuning and mounting, sales and customer service. Competitive wages and potential for year-round employment in a friendly atmosphere. Drop resume at: Pine Needle, 835 Main Ave., Durango.
Wild Horse Saloon
Now Hiring: Doorman, bartender, cocktail waitstaff. Apply in person Wed. and Thurs. eves after 7 p.m.
VOA Thrift Store
Needs volunteers. Have fun and help people! Call Vanessa at 385-0363.
Massage Holiday Special
$35 Massage for the month of November & December. Treat yourself or a loved one to a massage! Gift Certificates Available! Carrie Griffin, CMT 970/749-9264
Massage Is The Best Medicine !
$40 for a one hour session. Gift Certificates Available. Cheryl Pagano LCMT. 385-9899. 1032 1/2 Main Ave.
Old Cell Phone?
Upgrade now with My Wireless! Durango's Premiere Verizon Wireless Authorized Retailer. 385-9555. Clearly, We're Listening!
You deserve a Doula. Sonja Parker provides Birthing Doula Support. Call today! Ongoing HypnoBirthing Classes, utilizing mind over body techniques are also offered. 385-5256.
Give Your Body
Something to be thankful for. Acupuncture puts your body in balance, releases endorphins and decreases stress. Call Carla Marie Toth, Licensed Acupuncturist, 799-3470, for appointment.
Furnished apartment downtown.
Washer/dryer. Month-to-month. $850/ month. Includes all utilities, cable and phone. 259-9466.
New 1 bedroom
Garden apartment near new hospital, beautiful w/open space, gardens, dog friendly w/dog pen. $825 includes all utilities and satellite. Avail. immediately. 259-1702.
Unique Art Studio/Apartment
In Mancos. On river, open, sunny, woodstove. $400/ month. Available Dec. 1. 769-0754.
The Durango Dharma Center
is available for hourly and day-long rentals. Ideal, quiet space for meetings and workshops. Free parking. Call Erin at 382-8378.
Health practitioner
treatment space available part time for $117/month in Hummingbird Healing Center. Utilities included, shingle with your name in front of shop, shared advertising opportunities. Please call 259-8965
1992 Nissan Pathfinder
Good cond., runs well, 5 spd. trans., 4 door, ski rack incl., 150K mi., power locks, power windows, A/C, good for student driver.$2,500 o.b.o. Must sell ASAP!! Call 382-3831.
Antique sidesaddle
Extremely unique Civil War era women's side saddle. Exceptional condition. Fine leather. Call 382-2778.
1983 Chevy "20" window van
Looks good, runs great. Perfect for traveling, camping or affordable living! Must sell, sadly. $1,600 o.b.o. 385-4064.
'89 Subaru Wagon
4WD. 183K, solid, reliable. $1,600. 247-1727.
Complete darkroom setup
Black & White photography. Enlarger, safe lights etc. Rarely used. $300. 259-4075.
2001 Toyota Tundra
Ext Cab V8, Excellent Cond., 40k miles, Auto, Power, Air, Silver, Toneau Cover. $21,950 obo. 259-7772
Aire Tomcat Tandem
Like New Tandem Inflatable Kayak, Blue, Excellent Condition, New Price $550.00-595.00. Selling for $399.99. 259-7772
Local business
for sale. To view, visit Turn-key business for sale due to owner's health. Entertainment events booked through 2004. 375-2352.
Young 60 Male
Vegetarian, enjoys camping, hiking, kite flying, photography, mountains, Indian ruins and their culture and most music. Seeking woman in 40s-60s that's a free spirit. 385-4261.
Support local businesses
Please don't shoplift - remember what goes around, comes around. Thank you, Animas Trading.
Caregivers Support Group
Meets the third Thursday of each month at the Durango La Plata Senior Center. The group is open to anyone dealing with the challenges of caregiving. Call 259-0122 or 247-9136 for details.
Artists of all mediums
are invited to display their artwork in the Durango Recreation Center community wing hallway. Call 375-7305 for more information.
San Juan Citizens Alliance
Is looking for volunteers interested in helping to increase genuine democracy and foster social, economic and environmental justice in the San Juan Basin. Call 259-3583.
Alzheimer's Association
Support Groups meet the second Thursday of the month at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center at 12:30 p.m. and the fourth Thursday of the month at the La Plata County Fairgrounds at 7 p.m. For more information, call Elaine Stumpo at 259-0122.
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.
Durango Arts Center
invites teachers, tutors or other non-custodial adults to nominate girls in grades 6-8 for the GOAL for Girls Saturday Art workshops. The workshops focus on developing skills in painting, drawing, design and sculpture. Call Caitlin Cross at 259-2606 for details.



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