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.

Digital Camera
Canon ELPH. Friday 2/2/07 at the Summit. Offering a reward. Katie 970-759-6129.
Education Program Manager
Planned Parenthood. Req. BA/BS or equiv exp, personnel mgmt and group facilitation skills. Basic computer knowledge a must. Bilingual Eng/Span preferred. Be a part of our mission. Excellent benefits! EEO Contact:; 866-482-5746 for more info.
The Durango Telegraph
is hiring a commission-based sales person. Sales experience a huge plus. E-mail resume to: telegraph@durango or amil to: 556 Main Ave., Durango, 81301.
Gain leadership
And experience! SW Conservation Corps is hiring for its Crew Leader Development Program.  (970)259-8607 x1 or
King Center Laundry
is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Servers, cooks
& dishwashers
needed at Sushitarian. Apply in person between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. or call 382-0001 or 382-0012.
Pastel/oil classes
Weekly ongoing classes. Call Art Supply House – 375-0090 – or Lorraine Trenholm – 769-2248.
Jewelry Artist Tracey Belt
Presents “Introduction to Enameling: Glass on Metal” workshop. March 10 & 11, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Pueblo Community College/Durango Campus. Open to all levels. Class size is limited. Registration deadline is March
5. Cost is $100, which includes most materials. 247-2929 to register.
Pedal Utah’s White Rim
For a great cause. Join the Adaptive Sports Association of Durango for a gourmet, catered off-road cycling adventure to benefit ASA cycling program for the disabled. April 3-6, 2007. Call or email Bob for more information. 799-0114 or
Calling all artists
Sexual Assault Services Organization is hosting “create-inspire-heal,” its first ever art contest. Sexual assault survivors and all artists interested in submitting visual art should contact Jen Shupe at 259-3074 or Submissions will be displayed in April.
Love Music?
Join the KDUR radio board. We’re looking for a volunteer board member. Please send a letter of interest to 1000 Rim Dr. Durango, CO 81301. No resume necessary.
Outdoor Pursuits
sponsors a Wilderness First Responder course on March 3-11. Cost is $525 for Outdoor Pursuits members and $575 for other participants. Call 866-831-9001 for information
Four Corners Lesbian Network
Unity in our Community. Go to: search fourcornersln.
Professional Personal Assistant
Avail. for PT work. Bookeeping, home/ bus mgmt, travel & event planner, etc. Dependable & trustworthy Kristen - 946-0715.
Certified Clinical
specializing in UFO/NDE experiences. Free initial consult. Confidential. 946-3880.
Guitar Lessons
with Pete Giuliani. Have fun learning to play the music you love. Call 385-6713. 3/29
Quantum Alternative
Conventional medicine not working for you? Jump into the future. For more information, contact Nicole Gibson LMT, NCTMB at (970) 903-1270 or ngcalmingeffects@
Holistic Skin Care
With Amy at Durango Neuromuscular Center. All natural ingredients customized for
your skin care needs plus Ayurvedic body treatments for deep relaxation and detoxification. 799-2469.
Calming Effects
Come enjoy a relaxing, therapeutic, energetically charged massage for Nicole Gibson LMT, NCTMB at Calming Effects located at the beautiful Lightner Creek Inn. One hour is $65. Call (970) 903-1270.
Amaya Natural Therapeutics
Is offering an array of therapeutic bodywork services. Use of saltwater hot tub, cold plunge and cedar sauna included. Call 247-3939.
Relax and rejuvenate with massage. $50 for 60 min., $75 for 90 min. Carrie Griffin, CMT. 749-9264.
Holistic Wellness
Reiki/Acupressure. It feels like a massage and more for mind, spirit, body. 884-2060 Holistic Wellness.
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.
Supported Hiking Guide Business 
Colorado Mountain Expeditions. $68k.
Gateway computer, win98, 400mhz, DVD, CD burner, 256 megs ram, 17” monitor, keyboard, mouse, internet ready, $45. Call Zack 769-9187.
Cute Funky Trailer
For Sale in Junction Creek.  $6000 (less than a year of rent) buys you a great little home! Check out ad:  Call 303-530-1250.
Huge selection. American flags, state flags, military flags, sports flags, religious flags, novelty flags, international flags, seasonal flags, NFL flags. 842 1/2 Main 970-259-5053  or 970-247-7713.  
KHS Flite 2000 
Carbon/aluminum 50cm road bike, all Ultegra, great shape, $800. 799-0116
Dark Green Leather
Matching couch and love seat, $1,400. Nice recliner, rattan armoire, etc. See them at Reruns Home, Tues. – Sat. 385-7336.
Navajo Lake Rental Investment
3 bedroom, 1 ½ bath, 1973 refurbished mobile home on 1/3 acre. Currently rents for $400/month. Sell for $45,000 or best offer. Anne at 970-946-6211.
2b/1b condo
in Terrace Gardens. Great unit with cathedral ceilings and newer carpet. $163K Tina @ CBHHR 946-2902
Roommate wanted
Cool, quiet, responsible person to share beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath place downtown. No pets, no smoking. $550/month includes utilities. First + last, no lease. Available now. Ben 946-9181.
Prime Main Ave.
Commercial space. 3380 sq. ft. Ready to move in! Available early May. 884-9757.
Roomate Wanted!
2 bedrooms for $425 +utilities + deposit, on Main, no smokers, no cats, dog negotiable. Please call Becca at 903-9299.
Roommate Wanted
$350 + utilities. Washer/dryer. 8 miles from town. 1 acre of land. Pets negotiable. Call 970-759-0057.
Office space
private bath, kitchenette and waiting room. Street-level, south facing new construction,
9 ft ceilings, track lighting, travertine entryway, wood floor in office. Handicapped accessible. Parking. $500 a month, util inc. Available immediately. 259-4497
Furnished downtown
Available now. Call 259-9466.
Guest Quarters
in the Woods. Large comfortable private guest room available for your out of town guests. Two miles from town. Daily, weekly or monthly rates available. 259-9503
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. 
Wheat & Gluten
Support Group meets at Healthy Fusion the last Wednesday of every month. All are welcome. Next meeting is March 28 at 5:30 p.m.; 2053 Main Ave. For more info: 259-9233 or www.healthy
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  
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 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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