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.


Lost
IPod Nano
White with attached white sports arm band. Engraved on back. Engineer Mt. Trail Head  If found please call: Leah 970-259-2693.
Mountain bike wheel
Left at Junction Creek Trailhead on June 10. Please call 385-0876.
HelpWanted
Open Sky Wilderness Therapy
A Durango-based wilderness treatment program for adolescents and young adults is looking for female drivers. Responsible for transporting students to and from field. Musts: clean driving record; communication skills; flexible availability; organized and detail-oriented; must pass state background screen. Schedule: Flexible, work available on an as needed basis any day of the week; typically 6 to 10 hour assignments. Pay: $9/hr starting To Apply: call Danny Frazer at (970) 382-8181.
Driver
Habitat Home Supply Store hiring; PT; M-T-W 9:00 – 5:00; Represent Habitat for Humanity in the community doing donation pick-ups; clean driving record; lift 90 lbs; tobacco & drug free; responsible and reliable; make a difference; PU application at store; 600 E. 2nd Avenue.
Office manager
For Chiropractic Wellness Center. Part-time. Monday through Thursday. 16-20 hours/week. Do you have excellent communication, computer and clerical skills? Would you like to help others in a beautiful, healing environment? Excellent benefits and salary! Send resume to: Dr. Robert Fitts, 117C C.R. 250, Durango, CO 81301.
Summer Jobs
Admin/Clerical/Acctg/Constr/Labor/Landscape. 18yrs old+transportation. Call today 259-1940. Uni-Staff Services.
Entrepreneur’s Dream
Work from home as 70-yr. old. Int. Beverage Co. expands market. Top reps earn over 250K+, 888-745-1321 24 hr msg.
Massage Specialist Wanted
Are you interested in massaging at an upscale downtown day spa? An amazing clientele is here waiting for you. Hot Stone Massage technique a plus. Stop by or send resume to: Salon Blue Wave, 123 W. 9th St.
King Center Laundry
is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Cleaning position
Are you through, detail oriented and love to clean? Flexible hours between 8:30 a.m. & 4 p.m. Vehicle required. Start $12 per hour. If seriously motivated call 759-6329.
Sushitarian
Chef and dishwasher needed. Apply in person between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. or call 382-0001 or 382-0012.
Announcements
Dog Walking Group
Led by animal behaviorist. Work on manners, on trails, on leash. $5 coaching fee. Dogs must be dog friendly. Call 259-3124.
Do You Legitimately
Need Medical Marijuana? Clinic coming to Durango! To find out if you qualify and set up an appointment to see a doctor, call 259-0837. Leave msg. with your phone # and a good time to get back to you.
Yard Sale Extravaganza
Sat., 6/30 & Sun., 7/1. 2877 W. Second Ave. Daybed, kayak with spray skirt, GPS, DVDs, clothes and more.
Huge Canvas Sale
New loyalty card program and other sales you don’t want to miss. Art Supply House 375-0090. Come see us next to Rite Aid.
>What Climate Change?<
An increasing body of observations gives a collective picture of a warming world and other changes in our climate system. Look at the map. www.climatehotmap.org.
La Boca Center
for Sustainability seeks donations for this year’s farming operation. Needed are: A rear tine tiller, ¾ hp gas water pump, garden hoses, black poly pipe, hoop hoes, sacks of gypsum, laying hens and pvc pipe. Call 563-9383.
4 Corners Lesbian Network
Unity in our Community. Go to: www.yahoogroups.com search fourcornersln.
Services
Handmade books
make great gifts! Come see us this Saturday, June 30th, at the Durango Farmer’s Market. Rocky Mountain Bound *handmade books* 970.259.3983 rockymountbound@care2.com.
Drafting & Design Services
New home design, additions & remodels. C W Design 1-970-769-0840.
Debbie’s Domestic Goddess Services
Pet, horse, house sitting, garden/plant care, over nights also. Custom designed journals & scrapbooks, shadow boxes, collage picture frames. Nanny to teach children swimming, horse back riding, dancing, arts & crafts, reading, games, computer lessons, cooking, outdoor fun & games, hikes, camping, teaching good behavior & manners. Light housekeeping with whimsical decorating accents & all holiday decorating - real pumpkins, real Christmas tree, real Easter eggs & Valentines. Typing services, can transcribe from tapes or even take short hand over phone & hand deliver. Light catering, crock pot cooking. Running errands, including shopping for groceries and neatly stocking all in your home. Carpenter/painting assistant - have Skil saw, hammer & paint brush - will travel! Call Debbie 970-259-1952.
Exterior Painting
and most home improvements. 25 yrs experience, local references. Honest, quality and dependable. Senior discount. Dale 970-903-9181.
Close to Home
Animal Care, serving Bayfield, Ignacio, east side Durango for 7 years. Someone to depend on! Wendy. 884-8018.
Guitar Lessons
With Pete Giuliani. Make a breakthrough. Call 385-6713. Solo guitar and voice for weddings and parties. Rock dance parties with Freeplay. Go to www.PeteGiuliani.com.
BodyWork
3 massages in 1
for conditions such as low back pain, tight hamstrings & sciatica. Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy uses soft, clean feet to deliver broad, comfortable, flowing strokes to deep muscular tissues. Compliments chiropractic care. Christine Schumann 946-3724 Visa/MC.
Unload, Lighten Up
Shift with Energetic, Spirit-centered Bodywork. Call Sally at 799-4269. 17 years in the “field.”
Holistic Skin Care
With Amy Grogan, licensed esthetician. All natural ingredients customized for your skin care needs plus Ayurvedic body treatments for deep relaxation and detoxification. 799-2469.
Heidi Timm
21 years experience in deep, gentle and effective techniques for injury rehabilitation, nurturing relaxation using Ortho-Bionomy® and massage. Appointments available in Durango and at Trimble Spa. 759-9038.
ForSale
Backpacking gear
Excellent condition: (2) Osprey backpacks $200/ea, Sierra Designs 2-person tent $125, Western Mountaineering down sleeping bag $250. 247-8386.
Yakima Kayak Stackers
New $100. Sell $55. 799-5051.
Wrecked Subaru Legacy
Great engine, new tires, no title. $500. Call 970-759-0057.
‘99 Subaru Outback
130k, AWD, Manual, good condition, new tires $6000. Call 259-6225.
Wmns 15” Trek
970 mtn. bike. Rock Shx Judy XC, Shimano LX/XT, Excellent Cond, $200 OBO, 970-382-8452.
Longer and straighter
Titleist 905T driver. 10.5 degrees of loft. Stiff Proforce V2 shaft. Like new. $100. 382-2778.
P4M Notebook
HP Evo 610C. 1.8 mhz. 512K. DVD. CD-RW. Wifi. LAN & 56K fax modem. 30G hardrive. XP Pro. Works great. $500 obo. 903-9434.
Dean Duke
Titanium Bike, XT Components, White Brothers Fork, V-Brakes. $5000.00 New,
Asking $3200 OBO. 259-7772.
Leather Furniture
Matching sofa and love seat, $1,400. Dressers, lamps and more at Reruns Home, Tues. – Sat. 385-7336.
ForRent
 
Sick of roommates?
Sweet downtown pad, perfect for one. Close to Horse Gulch and all the amenities of downtown. Newly remodeled, private yard with deck, off-street parking. $575/month plus utilities. No smokers. Avail. Aug. 1. 259-7092.
Roommate Wanted
$350 + utilities. 8 miles from town. Large fenced yard. Call 970-759-0057.
Bayfield Artist Home
Room for rent. Private bath, horse property, mountain view, clean, no dogs, no drugs, no drama. $450 + bills. 749-1839.
Large, private, furnished
room in cheerful farmhouse 15 minutes east off 160. Share house with two eclectic people. N/S, N/P. Horse OK. Tidy, responsible, easy going, sense of humor, progressive. $360 plus 1/3rd utilities. $100 dep. Dish. 259-5281.
Male or female
roommate
requested. Refs. necessary. No pets please. Smoking outside OK. Own room. Share bath. Clean and responsible. Deb. 749-1797.
Live Alone
In quiet Edgemont studio. $600/mo, utility not included, avail. 7/1, W/D, upstairs unit. No smoke, no pet. 749-2946.
½ mile to Albertson’s
Mobile home. Single, quiet, employed for two-bedroom, one-bath furnished, $500 monthly + first, last, dep. No students, dog, parties. 970-903-9434.
CommunityService
Wheat & Gluten Intolerance
Support Group meets at Healthy Fusion the last Wednesday of every month. All are welcome. Next meeting is May 30 at 5:30 p.m.; 2053 Main Ave. For more info: 259-9233 or www.healthyfusion.com.
Are you a parent
with a child under age 5? Then come explore what the Family Center of Durango has to offer. We have developmental playgroups, parenting classes, a toy lending library, safe exchange and supervised visits, a family support unit, and much more!  You can call us at 385-4747, or stop by at 489 ½ Florida Rd.  The Family Center of Durango, families helping families. 
The Medicine Horse Center
seeks experienced horse people to give our horses extra love and attention at both our Mancos and Durango locations. Call 533-7403 or email info@medicinehorsecenter.org.  
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.

In this week's issue...

May 14, 2020
The great re-awakening

Shrouded in unknowns, the timeline for re-opening some businesses in Colorado came into clearer view Tuesday.

May 15, 2020
The best defense

Pandemics often bring pandemonium. It is easy to be fearful about coronavirus. But we already possess the greatest weapon on Earth against it: our amazing body and its powerful immune system.

May 7, 2020
Yes! The Farmers Market is opening

It may be hard to imagine, but while us humans are shuttered away in our houses, or hiding behind facemasks and Zoom meetings, the natural world is going on without us.