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.

Office Manager/Staff
for Guide Service. Southwest Adventure Guides, Durango’s climbing guide service, is seeking office staff for the summer season. Flexible schedule, great work atmosphere, pro deals, and opportunity to work in the field. Cover letters and resumes to, or call Nate at 259-0370.
Must be versatile, personable and honest for unique retail store. Rapid pay increase for rt. person.  Appls. avail. at: 546 E. College Dr.
Fire Ready
A wildfire mitigation company is looking for good, reliable hard-working individuals to be part of the team. Strong work ethic a must. Very competitive wages. Call 533-7078.
Experienced only. Cyprus Café. Apply in person. 725 E. Second Ave. 385-6884.
Homeslice Pizza
Apply in person. 441 College Drive.
Cocina Linda
Is looking for an experienced line cook and counter help. Must be available afternoons. Call 259-6729.
King Center Laundry
Is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
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 * Mtn. Bike Maintenance - May 9 * 1031 Tax Deferred Real Estate Exchanges - May 10. For info. call 385-4354 or check out:
Think you have
the best BBQ in the neigh
borhood? Enter the Kiwanis Club’s Smokin’ 4th Backyard BBQ to win cash. 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  
Squeaky Clean Cleaning
Service. Residential and Commercial. References available. 970-764-4308.
Summer’s a great time
to pick up that guitar and play! Learn the music you love at my spacious home studio. Call Pete Giuliani 385-6713.
Book your wedding music
now. Ceremony/Reception. 749-6475.
making you pout? Turn that frown upside down with a new outlook 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.
Buying purified water?
Here’s how you can save $. Purchase a Multipure for your kitchen. Savings for a single person after 5 years - $400-$630. For a couple - $959-$830. Even more for a family. Thoroughly tested and certified filters. Call 259-3577.
Plush bears, bunnies, misc.
Beanies and Buddies, Boyd’s Bears, Attic Treasures, misc.  Silver Indian gold and jewelry. May 12, 13, & 14 at Durango Mall. 247-0344.
Leather love seat
Beautiful carved wood and glass tables, coffee, sofa and end tables and more at Reruns. 385-7336.  
4HP snowblower $100
5-gal. potable H2O jerrycans, $15 @; hammock $20; many flyrods incl. Orvis, reels, lines, local and Juan flies, Wheatley boxes, etc. 259-0687.
Newfoundland puppies
Top Quality. Veterinarian Owned. AKC Registered/Health Guarantee. Applications and deposits required. Puppies are available June 1. Call Jennifer @ 749-7623.  
Fast Trees
Grow 8-12 feet yearly. $8.75-$13.75 delivered. Potted. Brochure 1-800-615-3405.
Free to a good home
Classical and jazz vinyl records collection. Excellent condition. 259-0176.
Aire Tomcat
Tandem Inflatable Kayak(s), Red, excellent condition, no patches or repairs. With inflatable seats or cheetah chairs. $399.99/$450.00. 259-7771.
  20+ Pro Panel
Metal Roofing Sheets. Used. Good Condition. Red in Color. 3’ x 17’. $500.00 OBO. 259-7772
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.
Walk Right In! 3 Bedroom 2.5 bath on .34 acres in Forest Lakes.  1630sq.ft. Great access
close to the entrance.  Large, open floor plan with vaulted ceilings.  Spacious deck, great for entertaining.  2.5 car garage with tons of storage space.  $283,000.  Open house Sun. May 7th, 1-4pm.  Call 759-2339 for more info or email for pics.    
Can’t afford land?
Think again! This 1 acre parcel in Forest Lakes is surrounded by custom homes and has lots of tall pine trees. It is easy to build on and is just waiting on you! $68K call Tina at 946-2902  CBHHR
3b/2b townhome in downtown Bayfield!  This adorable unit was built last year and has a 1+ car garage, gas fireplace, and new appliances! This is move in ready! $199K!! Tina @CBHHR 970.946.2902
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
Hip sunny Victorian
115 E. Sixth Ave.  3 bd/1 lg. bath/W/D hookups. Painted plank floors, fun vintage linoleum. No smokers. $1,250 per month. 259-1544.
Cute cottage
Perfect for couple. 1BR with office, fenced yard, W/D, storage shed. Convenient downtown location, close to Horse Gulch and parks. $800/mo.
plus utilities. Available July 1. Call 259-7092.
Sunny 2 BR/2 Bath Condo
Awesome mountain views! 2-car garage, fireplace, yard. No pets/smokers. 903-9402. $1200 or best offer.
Bayfield Room
Artistic, dramatic, colorful with 2 lofts for sleeping, storage. Share bath. W/D, garden, big yard, office, cats, FREE wifi. N/S. $385 utilities FREE until September. 884-4005.
1 room summer sublease
Available in 3 bedroom house behind Needham. Close to trails. DSL, W/D and piano. $430 per month. Laura 946-6126.
Massage Office
To share. 1 day a week - $60/month. Great location, supportive atmosphere. 19th & Main. Sunny 903-0761.
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.
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 , or call 749-7433 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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