The Telegraph accepts classified advertising 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 (970-259-0448) or in person (534 Main Ave, Durango). Prepayment is requested on all classifieds.

Did you borrow my bike? A bike is missing from the 7th block of 5th Ave. I’m running on two flat tires. Please return it. 259-3260.
KSUT Public Radio
Is seeking a part-time programmer (3-days a week). Responsibilities include: early morning board operations, editing and production, music and automation programming, assistance with fundraising and special events and special projects. Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 1 year experience in broadcasting, excellent communications and interview skills, sound editing and production experience preferred, excellent knowledge of Triple A and Americana music genres, professional on-air presence, and hands-on experience with radio station facilities and related technology. To apply, submit a resume, aircheck, and professional references to: Programmer search, KSUT Public Radio, P.O. Box 737, Ignacio, CO 81137. EEO/Native American Indian preference employer
Certified Massage Therapist
Looking to do trade for housecleaning. 8 years experience, therapeutic or relaxation. Very tidy 1,300 square foot house. Call Cheryl at 799-1566 
Durango Escorts
New business seeks open-minded, vivacious, young ladies for lucrative business opportunity. Must be available evenings and weekends. Great income potential. Perfect for college ladies. 970-426-9173.
Lady Falconburgh’s
Now hiring for all Kitchen Positions. Apply in Person. 640 Main Ave.
Free Information Session
Program for Health and Weight Management.  Dr. Megan Lewis, Medical Director. Safe, effective, and reliable weight loss with an emphasis on long term results. WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO LOSE? Come hear what we’re all about on Thursday, November 17th, @ 5 p.m.  Space is limited, so please call to reserve a slot: 903.8762
Artists Wanted
For National Eating Disorder Awareness Week Exhibits, “Redefining Beauty.” Create awareness and change! Beginners and Professionals alike, display your talents 2/27/06-3/5/06.  All media welcome. Themes: body image, recovery, self-love, different perspectives on eating disorders, pressure of ideal weight etc. Contact Kathryn @ 799-0116
By Beth Wheeler on display through November 27 at Carver Brewing Co., 1022 Main Ave., Durango. Have your favorite quotation turned into a work of art. 533-7943.
Hate books? 
I’ll take ‘em. If they’re good, I might even buy them. Call Ted @ 769-4174
Prenatal Yoga
with Elise Fabricant. New session starts Nov. 9th.  Wednesdays 5:15-6:30 At Smiley Bldg. Call 426-9123 for more info.
Holiday special
$15 off weave and hair cut or color and hair cut. $10 off manicure or pedicure. Call Rebecca at Shampoo 247-5620.
Afternoon Spanish tutoring
Offered by Montessori teacher with a Spanish degree. Call Katie at 385-9520.
Massage Therapy
Treat yourself or buy a session for friends/loved ones. With Xmas around the corner, it makes a great stocking stuffer. It’s a wonderful gift that’s sure to be truly appreciated. Gift certificates available. $45 for 1 hour. Carrie Griffin, CMT. 749-9264.
Body Work
“A structural, homeopathic approach to soft tissue dysfunction.” Heidi Timm, registered practitioner with 20 years massage and body work experience. 759-9038. Available Durango/Trimble Hot Springs.
Pet Valet of Telluride, Inc.
Expanding to Durango. Now offering dog walking, dog sitting and cat care. Call Shawna Brown or Heidi Holland @ 769-3870.
Professional Massage Therapy
with Sally A. Brown. 16+years of experience. Therapist for CycleAmerica 2000-2005. Relaxation,sports and injury rehabiltation. 1-hour session for $40/initial visit. Call 970-749-0604.
Give your body
Something to be thankful for. Acupuncture and massage offers many benefits. Call Carla Marie Toth. LAC, CMT. 799-3470.
“Broken hearts
and dirty windows make life difficult to see.” Call Scrubby for gutter cleaning BEFORE winter! Windows, pressure washing, final clean, you name it, we clean it! Toxic chemicals suck! Scrubby’s uses only 100% natural and organic cleaners. Scrubby’s 946-6886
Stop Making Your
Landlord rich! Own your own home for no money down. Call Jeanne Today @ 759.8736
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.
For Sale
Or lease: The infamous and established Avalanche Coffee House in Silverton, CO. Ready for full service bakery, pizzaria, coffee roasting etc...Contact (970)387-5282
Like being in town,
yet desire privacy? This 2 acre parcel is priced to sell at $195K.  This parcel has great views, year round sun, and a private setting.  Call Tina at 970-946-2902 CBHHR
Want riverfront property
10 minutes from town with NO COVENANTS?  This is the parcel for you.  5 acres on the Animas river with lots of direct river frontage for you to fish, paddle or swim!  $495K. Call Tina at 970-946-2902 CBHHR
3 bedroom/2 bath
Views, trails, fishing, 2 car garage, storage, W/D hookups. No smokers, pets or students. $1150. 385-4750.
Female roommate needed
For beautiful 3 BR house on two acres. 5 miles from downtown.  W/D, no pets/smoking. Dec. 1st.  Six-month lease. $350 + 1/3 utilities.  426-9123
Awesome workshop/
storage space
For rent Dec. 1st. 400+ sq. ft. 5 miles from downtown DGO. $350/mo. or $300/mo with lease. Call Elise at 426-9123 for more info.
Roommate Wanted
FLC student desires roommate to share renovated apt. Clean, quiet. Ten minutes from Durango and Ski Area. $375 per mo. + gas. 970-903-0200.
Brand new home
For lease in award winning Copperhead Camp at Edgemont. Energy efficient 2bd/2bath with all appliances. No smokers/students. $1,100/                                                                                                                               month. 970-769-0226.
Roommate Wanted
ASAP. $300/month + 1/3 electric & gas. Downtown location. Washer/dryer. No students/pets. Call Ben 759-4022.
Durango Dharma Center
Is available for hourly and daily rental. Ideal space for workshops, meetings. Free parking. Call Erin at 382-8378.
Commercial Freezer
22 cubic feet. Stainless steel. Excellent condition. $1,000. 749-4281
Burton Punch snowboard
135 cm with Burton bindings.Three years old, great condition. Vans Snowboard boots size 8 - two years old, also in great condition.  $175.00 for both, OBO.  259-7017 leave message.
Cyclocross frame
Nearly new, 56 CM Redline Conquest Pro. Custom paint. New Alpha Q CX fork (retails for $400). Includes Dura-Ace bottom bracket and American Classic headset. $450 obo. 382-2778.
Grandma Gretchen
Mellow, older female b&w mixed breed. Sweet and quiet. House trained. Good with cats and dogs. 385-7336 or 247-9645.
Sweet, golden-eyed mixed breed. Good with other dogs, energetic and lovable. I’ve been at the shelter too long. Call 259-2847.
Help we’re overflowing
Great Dogs at the Aztec Shelter. Lots of small dogs, too. Come check us out. 505-334-6819.
Volunteer wanted
To work in fun loving thrift store. V.O.A., 639 E. Second Ave. 385-0363.
Volunteers needed
For the La Plata County Humane Society. Positions include walking dogs, fostering kittens and puppies, working in the Thrift Store, grooming dogs and more. 259-2847.
Cadence Therapeutic Riding
is seeking volunteers and is always searching for possible riders to participate in our program. Cadence is a non-profit organization that provides equestrian experiences for adults and children with special needs.  Visit , or call 749-RIDE for more information.
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.

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