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.


HelpWanted
Experienced servers
and cooks
needed at Sushitarian. Apply in person between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. or call 382-0001 or 382-0012.
Sunnyside Farms Market
Seeking FT/PT experienced deli clerks. Bring resume or apply within.
The Durango Telegraph
needs help spreading the word. Do you commute between Durango and Silverton on Thursday? You could be eligible for easy money. Call 259-0133 for details.
Experienced prep cook needed.
Please apply in person 601 East 2nd Ave. or call 382-0012 for an interview.
Movies, Music & More
A rare opportunity to join the Abbey Theatre staff. Part-time film shifts to start. Must be 21. Drop by a resume.
 
Summer Jobs!
Everything from construction to clerical. Temp and some permanent jobs too. Uni-Staff Services at 1315 Main Ave., Suite 106. 259-1940.
Homeslice Pizza
Apply in person. 441 College Drive.
Cocina Linda
now looking for fall staff. Part time front of the house (counter). Morning and evening shifts available. Must be willing to commit long term. Responsible, reliable and trustworthy.Call 259-6729.
King Center Laundry
Is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Announcements
“Mindfulness
and the Body”
An in-depth experiential workshop Sept. 22-24 explor
ing Mindfulness within the framework of basic Hakomi psychotherapy principles and techniques.  $225 before 9/8;$265 after. CEU’s available. 375-9043.
At the FiberWorks
September Spinning and Weaving classes start 9/5. Youth Program Tues/Thurs. Feltmaking Wednesdays. For details and preregistration visit www.DurangoFiberWorks .com or call 749-7006.
True Life Coaching
WOMENS RETREATS where deepening your relationship with your true self is the main event. Beautiful retreat site, loving guidance, reflective time and group play. LIVING FROM YOUR SOUL Sept. 29-Oct. 1 and SPA FOR THE SOUL Dec. 1 -3. 259-9040 or e-mail Victoria@truelifecoach.net for brochure/register.
Volunteers needed
Sexual Assault Services Organization offers training beginning mid-September to help survivors heal, prevent child abuse and inspire youth to intervene. 259-3074.
Services
Cycling in Costa Rica!
Expert mountain and road bike tours available. Jan. ’07. For more info call Durango Cyclery at 247-0747.
Stop renting-Start owning
Call Jeanne to see how much home you can afford. www.arete.us. 970-759-8736.
BodyWork
Professional massage
With Sally Brown. 18 years experience in sports, injury and relaxation massage. Therapist for CycleAmerica and Adventure Cycling. Special rate for initial visit. $60 for 90-minute session. 970-749-0604.
Ultraglide Special!
All Hogs receive $10 off Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy. Deep, gravity-assisted massage will melt those knots! At the Riverfront by appt. only 9a-7:30p Christine Schumann, AOBT (970) 946-3724.
Heidi Timm
20 years experience in deep, gentle and effective techniques for injury rehabilitation, nurturing relaxation using Ortho-Bionomy® and massage. Available in Durango and Trimble’s Spa. 759-9038.
Massage
Maintain health and wellness through regular massage therapy. $50 for 1hr, $75 for 1 1/2hr. Carrie Griffin, CMT 749-9264.
Relax
with energy work. Reiki/acupressure. Call 884-2060.
ForSale
Frigidaire Gallery
Side by side, ice & water dispenser in door with light. $600 obo. Also, GE refridgerator, top freezer. $300 obo. Call 259-3868.
’01 Toyota Prius
35K miles. $15,000. 769-1850.
22’ Hunter Sailboat
Great condition. A real sweetheart with some extras. $5,200 obo. Great price includes rest of season at Vallecito. 382-9621.
Shopsmith Mark V
6-in-1 conversion woodworking tool. Great condition with extras. $900 obo. 382-9621.
Just add wheels
(and drivetrain). 56 CM Redline Conquest Pro cyclocross frame. Custom paint. Alpha Q fork. BB, headset, bars and stem. Great condition. $350. 382-2778
’95 VW Jetta GLS,
140K miles. Great gas mileage! Includes Yakima rack, snow tires, multi CD player.  Blue Book is $2800, asking $2500. 946-4554.
52CM Calfee Road Frame
Just refinished/like brand new with matching fork and Campy Record headset. $1,200. 259-4980.
Blues and Brews
Two (2) three-day passes, am selling for FACE VALUE of $235.00 (970)-799-4232.
Office Moving Sale
Everything must go!  Desks, bookcases, tables, etc.  Stop in at Sugnet and Associates, 679 East 2nd Avenue, Ste. 10, between noon and 3:30 p.m Thurs., Aug 31 and Fri., Sept. 1.
Blues and Brews
One three day pass + fees and one Sat. PM juke joint ticket $178. 259-2643 or 946-3940.
1996 Class C Motorhome
27½ feet long. Less than 30,000 miles. Excellent condition. $22,400. 259-4980.
2002 Toyota 4Runner
44,000 miles. Power, cruise, sunroof. $16,000 obo. 385-7450.
’95 Ford Taurus Wagon
90K, new brakes, battery, fuel pump, optional hand controls. Runs like a champ. $2,500 obo. 946-1630.
Laguna Etching Press
Comes with table, rollers and blankets. $4,000 OBO. Call evenings, 385-4817.
Fast Trees
Grow 8-12 feet yearly. $10.95 - $17.75 delivered. Potted. Brochure 1-800-615-3405. www.fasttrees.com.
Check out Reruns’
New furniture store! Fun, quality items at great prices. Coffee tables, lamps, bamboo/rattan, etc. 385-7336.  
RealEstate
Telluride ski getaway
A great investment. Great views, sunny, wood stove. 870 sq. ft., 2 bed/2 bath Eider Creek penthouse unit. $365K. Call Ed Roufa (970) 728-1625
2b/1b condo
in Terrace Gardens. Great unit with cathedral ceilings and newer carpet. $163K Tina @ CBHHR 946-2902
2b/1b condo
in Terrace Gardens. Very cute remodel on this great first home or investment. $154.9K Tina @  CBHHR 946-2902
3b+office
3b, 2-car heated garage, .30 irrigated acres, red cliff views from deck, mature fruit trees, 1 mile past Sweeney’s. $279K obo. 259-3701
ForRent
Roommate Wanted
To share spacious 3 bdr, 2 bth. house on CR 203 near
Trimble Hot Springs, $350.00 mo. + utilities, ref. req. 970-749-1797, Debbie.
Animas Valley 3/1!
With shop, fabulous garden/patio, huge views, 6 acres. $1,195. No smokers. GOOD DEEDS! 259-3737. 8/31
Baker’s Bridge Duplex
2 BR, 1½ BA. Views, quiet, deck, storage unit, DW, W/D. Gas FP, no  dogs. $835/month. Call Maureen 259-0752.
Textile/Fiber Artist Space
The FiberWorks has limited openings available for production artists in our bright and airy studio in the Smiley Building.  Monthly rates include marketing services for your products.  Visit www.durangofiberworks.com or call 749-7006.
Furnished downtown apartment
Avail. Sept. 1. Call 259-9466.
Roommate Wanted
15 mins. from town. Acre of land. Washer/Dryer. Fun, mellow roommates. $350 a month + utilities. Call 970-759-0057.
Pets
Labradoodles
Yellow/white. Only $550. Born 06/12/06. Parents are AKC and very small.  Call 970-255-9512.
Free
To a good home. Standard poodle mix. Needs lots of company. Loves kids, dogs and hiking. 533-9871.
Shadow
Neutered male mixed breed needs home. Great with people and other dogs. Call La Plata Humane Society 259-2847. TFN
Help we’re overflowing
Great Dogs at the Aztec Shelter. Lots of small dogs, too. Come check us out. 505-334-6819.
Community Service
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 www.cadenceriding.org  or call 749-7433 for more information.
Alzheimer’s Association
Support Groups meet the second and third Wednesday of the month at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center at 10: 30 a.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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