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.

Education Program Manager
And Public Affairs Regional Coordinator. Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains in Durango is seeking an Education Program Manager and Public Affairs Regional Coordinator. PT, 15 hrs/week for the education position and 8 hrs/week for the public affairs position for a total of 23 hours per week with benefits. Strong organizational and communication skills, belief in mission, public speaking/facilitation exp. Helpful. Males applications encouraged, bilingual a plus. Visit and look under the “about us” section for a full job description & fill out application then email along with your resume to EOE.
Are you caring,
fun, innovative and want to work with like-minded people? Durango Early Learning Center is looking to employ lead teachers and assistants for Summer School & School year 2006-2007. Experience essential for all positions. Lead teachers must have relevant qualifications. Contact Lesley or Callie at 259-1483 before May 3.
Pets, garden, housesitter
wanted. Reliable, professional, experience with medicating cats and gardening. References? Call 247-8942
Experienced only. Cyprus Café. Apply in person. 725 E. Second Ave. 385-6884.
Crew members wanted
For Red Zone Wildfire Mapping Project. Work outside, ride bicycles around local communities mapping homes at risk for wildfire. Experience using maps/GPS units preferred. Start Date: May 30th. Contact: Amy @ Southwest Conservation Corps. Ph: 259-8607, Ext. 3
Cocina Linda
Is looking for counter help.
Must be available for summer. Call 259-6729.
King Center Laundry
Is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Tara Mandala
Buddhist retreat center outside Pagosa Springs, is offering several day-long programs: May 6 – Conscious Relationship; June 3 – Introduction to Meditation; June 4 – Herb Day.  For more information or to register call us at 970-731-3711 or  Also see our website for a full listing of summer retreats.
Women’s flyfishing class
Let’s go ladies! Learn the basics to get out there. Bugs, knots, casting, etc. May 7, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Only $75! Call 385-4081.
Learn Something New!
at the Dgo. Adult Education Center * Intro. to Tarot Cards - May 3 * Mtn. Bike Maintenance - May 9 * 1031 Tax Deferred Real Estate Exchanges - May 10. For more information call 385-4354 or check out:  www.durango
Posters, prints, originals
Booth #117 Home and Ranch Show. Fairgrounds April 29 & 30. Custom Calligraphy and Frame. Professional lettering and picture framing. Established 1991. 533-7943
Think you have
the best BBQ in the neighborhood? Enter the Kiwanis Club of Durango’s Smokin’ 4th Backyard BBQ to win cash prizes. BBQ connoisseurs also needed to just some of the best BBQ in the land. Call 259-4026 for info.
Seeking hometown heroes
The Kiwanis Club of Durango will be honoring Hometown Heroes in Buckley Park on July 4th. To nominate your Hometown Hero contact Bob at 759-5480 or  
Conscious Relationship:
A Path to Intimacy and Awakening, led by Valeta Bruce, community Dharma leader. Sat., May 6, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tara Mandala Retreat Center outside Pagosa Springs. Price: $35 (includes lunch.) Suggested donation to teacher: $10-$20. To register, please call (970) 731-3711 or register online at
Guitar lessons
Want to have more fun playing, singing and jamming with others? Try some guitar lessons in a relaxed, friendly
environment. Call Pete Giuliani 385-6713.
Book your wedding music
now. Ceremony/Reception. 749-6475.
Mobile Geeks
Forget the hassle of dismantling your computer and taking it to the repair shop. Mobile Geeks comes to your home or office for all computer needs. Grand Opening Special: Free diagnostics and no trip charge. Fast, efficient service. All our work is Guaranteed! Call 259-3171 or email Visit our website http: //
Durango Dawg  764-4340
Bonded & Insured  Member: National Association of Professional Pet Sitters & Pet Sitters International !Sing fer Spring Discount! 20% off All Services when you bark about this ad.
making you pout? Turn that frown upside down with a new outlook on life from Scrubby’s. We clean anything, and specialize in windows! Scrubby 946-6886.
Pet Valet Inc.
Now serving Durango and surrounding areas. Offering dog walking, dog sitting and cat care. Call Shawna Brown @ 769-3870.
Stop renting-Start owning
Call Jeanne to see how much home you can afford. 970-759-8736
Professional Massage Therapy
with Sally A. Brown, MA, CMT. Specializing in sports and injury recovery. Enhance your performance with massage. 17 years experience. Therapist for CycleAmerica and Adventure Cycling 2000-05. Downtown location. 970-749-0604.
It does your body good! Integrated massage combining Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular and Swedish. $45-1 hr., $60-1 ½ hr.  Carrie Griffin, CMT 749-9264.
Spa “To-Go”
Professional, quality massage and spa treatments in the comfort and privacy of your home, office or vacation rental. Perfect for birthday/bridal parties or family/corporate retreats. 20 years experience. Ann Drakeley  970-749-8983
Allergies driving you crazy?
Acupuncture and herbs can help. Call Carla Marie Toth, LAc, CMT 799-3470
Ortho-Bionomy® Bodywork
A gentle, deeply relaxing, non-forceful, supportive, homeopathic process. Useful for stress, skeletal misalignment, chronic pain, soft tissue injuries. Heidi Timm. 759-9038.
Two whitewater kayaks
And gear. Furniture, clothing, tools. Southside yard sale. 204 E. Fourth Ave. Saturday, April 29, 9 a.m. No early birds.
Newfoundland puppies
Top Quality. Veterinarian Owned. AKC Registered/Health Guarantee. Applications and deposits required. Puppies are available June 1. Call Jennifer @ 749-7623.
30X100 Greenhouse
Complete plus extras. $2,200 obo. 259-2605 evenings.
Fast Trees
Grow 8-12 feet yearly. $8.75-$13.75 delivered. Potted. Brochure 1-800-615-3405.
  Get ready to rumble!
Lots o’ paddling gear for sale! All in great condition, some new -kayaks, paddles, drytops, jackets, pfd’s, etc. Call 385-9595 for info.
Bayfield Room
For rent. Artistic, dramatic, colorful with 2 lofts for sleeping, storage or ?. Share bath with female. House has W/D, big yard, cats, free wifi. N/S. $430 utilities included. 884-4005.
Massage Office
To share. 1 day a week - $60/month. Great location, supportive atmosphere. 19th & Main. Sunny 903-0761.
Downtown Main Ave.
Frontage avail., 150-sf, all utils. incl., DSL too! Parking spaces avail. 970-375-7686
Downtown Retail Space
Avail., 900-sq.ft. w/ parking, 1027 Main Ave. 970-375-7686
Roommate Wanted
Room in 4 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, washer/dryer, firepit. 1-acre of land. 10 mins. from town. $350 + utilities. Call Arlo Grammatica. 759-0057.
Durango Dharma Center
Is available for hourly and daily rental. Ideal space for workshops, meetings. Free parking. Call Judy at 375-9617
Enjoy your family’s visit
Have them stay at a rental house. 1 bed/1 bath downtown. W/D. Book now for summer months. 259-9466.
Lonely Durango widower
Seeks fit WF 40-49 for mountain biking, hiking, coffee, conversation. Xcbiker_boy
Odie – Shepard mix
Sweet, 7-10 months old, female, spayed, well-mannered. Mellow . Call foster mom Laura at 385-7336 or 247-9645.