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.

Executive Director
with Durango Nature Studies, an environmental education organization serving Southwest Colorado and the Four Corners since 1994. Duties include: Manage and guide the operation of DNS by supervising staff, managing finances, coordinating fundraising, networking and marketing. Work closely with staff, board members, volunteers, and community partners. Coordinate and develop partnership with Fort Lewis College, including the development of a new building to house DNS and FLC’s Environmental Center. Requirements: Passion for DNS’s mission, relevant educational background; five years management experience (non-profit preferred;) proven fund-raising abilities; strong business administration and organization skills; ability to motivate, lead, set objectives, and manage performance of staff and volunteers; superb communication. and presentation skills. Background in environmental education, advanced degree, or experience with nature centers is desirable. Position starts at 3/4 time, becoming full-time if adequate funding is secured. Starting salary range: $28-32K, some benefits. Full description at To apply: Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references : or PO Box 3808, Durango, CO 81302. No calls, please. Deadline: February 3, 2006.
Durango Escorts
Is looking solely for exotic dancers in the Durango area. Come and join the fun with a great income potential. Please call 970-426-9173.
Southwest Conservation Corps
is currently hiring Assistant Crew Leaders and Wildfire Prevention Program members.
Contact Paul at (970)259-8607 ext 1# for details.
PT/FT Floral Designer
Min. 2 years experience, weddings & Saturday availability. Come express your creativity at the largest flower shop in Durango! Call 769-4658.
Know sign language?
Even a little? Want to earn free lift tickets? Call the Adaptive Sports Association at 385-2163.
Beer Drinker
Will train. Apply in person. Must be 21+ and like Durango Amber Ale. Bring $24+tax and deposit to Durango Brewing Company’s tasting room, Th, Fri, Sat between 3 and 7 p.m. and take home five gallons, or $2 and drink one at the brewery. 247-3396.
For the 3rd Annual Snowdown Gong Show go on sale at Magpie’s Newsstand at 6 p.m. on Jan. 26. Ticket sales are limited to 4 per person and are $12.99.
Free Winemaking Class
Sat 1-28/12-2pm. SKA Brewing, 545 Turner Dr DGO. Learn to make great wine at home! Basics to bottling. Info & sign up. 970-247-5792.
Wilderness First Responder
Outdoor Pursuits will sponsor a WFR course March 4-12. Cost is $500 for Outdoor Pursuits members and $550 for other participants. Call 866-831-9001 for registration information.
Volunteers needed
For the La Plata County Humane Society for a variety of positions. Training provided and no experience necessary. 259-2847 for more information.
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
Saturday Pediatric Clinics
Pediatric Partners of the Southwest offers routine Saturday pediatric clinics for sick children from 8 a.m.-noon at 575 Rivergate Lane Suite #109. Same day appointments can be made by calling. 375-0100.
Pet Valet Inc.
Now serving Durango and surrounding areas. Offering dog walking, dog sitting and cat care. Call Shawna Brown @ 769-3870.
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.
Bodywork Professional Massage Therapy
with Sally A. Brown MA, CMT. 18 years experience in sports, rehab and relaxation massage. Therapist for CycleAmerica and Adventure Cycling 2000-2005. Discounts for new clients, students and seniors. Convenient downtown location. Call 970-749-0604.
Give Your Valentine
Something s/he’ll really love ~ massage gift certificates now available. Call Carla Marie Toth, LAc, CMT 799-3470
Massage Therapy
Time for some maintenance? Massage does a body good! Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular & SRA or a combo of them all. Call for an appointment. Carrie Griffin, CMT 749-9264.
Darsi Olson, CMT, 19 years exp. Massage for therapeutic relaxation. Breathe…let your mind and body be still…Slow down. Enjoy your life. Student/Senior discounts. Conveniently located downtown 8th and Main. 259-9796.
Heidi Timm
20 years experience in massage and body work. B.F.A. in dance. Ortho-Bionomy® practitioner. Available in Durango/Trimble Spa. 759-9038. Ask me about discounts.
Electric wheel
To teach ceramics to home schooled kids. Call Mitch at 259-1014.
Electric stove
Four burners. 259-9466.
Hotpoint refrigerator. Brand new. $600. RCA large television. $250. Surround sound DVD/VHS player $100. 759-0749.
Now featuring furniture and home accessories. Call for details.
Cherrywood Crib
Good condition. $100 with mattress. 259-7069.
1994 Ford Explorer XLT
4x4, V6, 130k miles, 50k on remanufactured engine and tranny, power everything, cruise, frame hitch. $4500. 903-4137.
Stereo – Fischer System
Older; 100 watts/channel. amp, AM/FM, equalizer, turntable, cassette, portable CD, cabinet speakers. $150. Kicks ass! 385-7856.
Home Cycling Fitness
Gym-quality Monark stationary bike, $100; large folding dog crate, $30; two-high file cabinets, $15 each; sewing machine, $75; antique leather briefcase, $20. 259-0687.
Mature Men
of La Plata County 2006 Calendars are now available for purchase. Stop by Maria’s Bookshop, Open Shutter Gallery, Dietz Market, or 6th Street Hair Salon and Day Spa to buy your copy today!
Smoke-Free Diners Card
Now available. Community
members get a great deal at 29 local wonderful smoke-free restaurants while supporting Southwest Smile Makers Dental Clinic at the same time. Diner’s Cards are available for $40 at Maria’s Bookstore, Magpie’s Café & Newsstand, Eco Home Center, and San Juan Basin Health Department.
to the sounds of Junction Creek from your deck downtown!  This is the cutest little bungalow ya ever have seen!  2b/1b with deck and sweet trees to hang your hammock over the creek.  Approx 1000 sq ft. 2404 W. 2nd Ave. $359K. Call Tina at 970-946-2902 from Coldwell Banker. Go on. Call. Do it. Now.
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
Durango Dharma Center
is available for hourly and daily rental. Ideal space for workshops, meetings. Free parking. Call Fred at 749-6328.
Help we’re overflowing
Great Dogs at the Aztec Shelter. Lots of small dogs, too. Come check us out. 505-334-6819.
Community Service
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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