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.

HVAC Counter Sales/Warehouse
Come join a growing team at Hercules Industries in Durango. Responsible for selling and promoting HVAC products in-person at the sales counter and by telephone.  Receives request for, and provides, job quotations. Quotes product prices on standard items, enters orders into computer system and relays pertinent order information to the customer.  Qualifications: Knowledge of HVAC parts and nomenclature; Computer literacy; High School diploma or GED required; must be customer oriented and motivated with excellent verbal communication skills and strong phone skills. Medical, Dental, 401K, Profit Sharing. Must be able to pass background test and drug screen.  Compensation commensurate with experience. Send resume to, fax to 970-385-2337 or apply in person:  Hercules Industries, 566C S. Skylane Dr., Animas Airpark, Durango, CO 81301.
Dancing Willow Herbs
is looking for an enthusiastic, serious, reliable person for part-time work. Must be available for weekends. 1018 Main Ave. 247-1654.
Job Hunters,
Temp or Perm have depended on Uni-Staff Services for 20 years! Call Today for appointment @ 259-1940.
King Center Laundry
is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Cleaning position
Are you thorough, 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.
Chef and dishwasher needed. Apply in person between 10
a.m. and 2 p.m. or call 382-0001 or 382-0012.
You name the price
Yard Sale!! All reasonable offers accepted. Furntiure, appliances, electronics, and tools. Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 2253 County Road 203. 1 mile past Sweeney’s on the left.
Planning a Girls Circle
For ages 5-7, to celebrate the Seasons with Spirit through art, stories, music, yoga, meditation. Mothers to facilitate. Contact: madelineallen@mind 9/27
Homeopathic First Aid
for the Home and Back Country, Instructor: Louise N. Edwards, N.D., L.Ac. An introduction to homeopathy and it’s use for first aid. Covers 15 remedies, indications and administration. Wed., Sept. 26th and Wed., Oct. 3rd, 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Namaste Health Center, 1099 Main St, Ste. 200, Cost is $45 Enrollment is limited. To reserve a spot. 247-2043.
Medical Marijuana
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.
Do you wish
You did more than honk your horn at the Friday afternoon peace rally? Join us Fri., Sept. 21 for the International Day of Peace. Meet at 4:30 p.m. at 11th and Main. March begins at 5 p.m. Bring your signs, voices, show up and be the change. 9/20
Wellness Appreciation Day
Wednesday, September 19, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Shambhala Chiropractic Center will be offering chiropractic care, life coaching and massage, to benefit the Shanta Foundation, a local non-profit building schools in rural area of Burma. Call Dr. Robert Fitts at 259-6854 to schedule your appointment today.
Shodo: Japanese calligraphy
and brushwork with Chyako Hashimoto, 7-week session, Mondays, 9:30-11 a.m. or 7:30-9 p.m. $90. Call 259-2243 or email chyakopot@
DELC Fall Yard Sale
Sat., Sept. 15, 7 a.m. to 12 noon, Durango Early Learning Center, corner of E. Third Ave. and Ninth Street. Lots of household goods, kids clothes, toys, and more.
Bear Smart Durango
has made available on its
web site a one-page flier for residents to download, print and distribute in residential areas experiencing bear and human conflict. This flier offers quick tips on how to be Bear Smart! The flier can be found at http: //
Adventures Etc.,
a Durango-based adaptive sports program, is seeking volunteers for a weeklong houseboat trip on Lake Powell, Sep. 22-28.  The discount volunteer rate of $300 covers food, a spot to sleep on the houseboat and all activities. 247-9684 for more information.
Bargains galore!
Next weekend, Sat., Sept. 22. Fabulous yard sale with breat deals on housewares, office equipment, assorted outdoor gear and tons of kid and baby stuff: highcairs, crib, bedding, clothes, toys, books and more. Fifth Avenue and 8th Street, just north of the Gable House.  Sun., Sept. 23 in case of rain.
Four Corners Lesbian Network
Go to: www.yahoogroups. com search Four Corners Lesbian or e-mail fourcorners n@yahoo. com.
Job Hunters
Temp or Perm have depended on Uni-Staff Services for 20 years! Call Today for appointment @ 259-1940.
Darn Tootin’ Graphics
Honest to goodness work at honest to goodness prices. More than 15 years’ experience with layout, design, print advertising, desktop publishing, web design, copy writing and so much more. 259-7092.
Fall special
Clean your log cabin. Remove that old paint on your home or fireplace. Blast it clean with Leuthold Sandblasting. 30 years experience. 946-9548.
available for family photos at your home or in nature. Specialties: pregnancy, birth, newborns, mothers and babies, fathers and babies, siblings and babies, children of all ages, couples, elders and families. Suzanne Arms, 946-6994.
Fab Cleaning
Residential, commercial, move in/out, home staging & organizing projects. Reliable, Responsible & Ready to help you! Introductory rate of $20 an hour. Call 239-404-0048 cell.
Exterior Painting
and most home improvements. 25 yrs experience, local references. Honest, quality and dependable. Senior discount. Dale (970) 903-9181.
Debbie’s Domestic Goddess Services
Freestyle, river tap dancing lessons in the privacy of your home or my home. Fun but real workout resulting in legs like Tina Turner’s. References available. Call (970)-259-1952.
Get things done.  Full-service helper and personal assistant/caretaker.  For residential and business needs. Call Mike @ (970) 749-0851.
Rocky Mountain Bound
Specializing in fine handmade blank books. Journals made with environmentally friendly paper (100% recycled and produced with renewable green energy). 970.259.3983
Computer Repair
@ home or office. Hardware & software, new computer & network installation. All work guaranteed. If we can’t fix it, it’s free! Call Bob 382-0543.
Debbie’s Domestic Goddess Services
Custom designed scrapbooks, memory albums, journals, shadow boxes. Bring me your photos. Taking orders for Christmas presently. Memory albums, a truly cherished and treasured gift. Initial consultation complimentary.References  available. (970) 259-1952.
Tied up in knots?
Try Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy, an incredibly deep foot pressure massage that will get to the root of your problem. Exclusively at Healing Hands of Durango. Complements chiropractic care. Christine Schumann 946-3724.
Professional Therapeutic Massage
For sports, relaxation, injury & pregnancy with Sally Brown. 18 years experience. Available in Durango, at Trimble Hot Springs & at Three Springs. 749-0604.
Private Yoga Sessions
Heather Brennison. RYT 200, registered/certified Hatha Yoga in your home, at your convenience. Tailored to your needs and goals. Reduce stress, stretch, exercise. Perfect for beginners. Call Heather (970) 759-4088 for info.
Heidi Timm
21 years experience in deep, gentle and effective techniques for injury rehabilitation, nur
turing relaxation using Ortho-Bionomy® and massage. Appointments available in Durango and at Trimble Spa. 759-9038. 9/6.
Excellent condition. $200/each or $300/pair. Ranch bar stools – cowhide seats on rustic wood frame – three for $150. Call 970-799-3286.  9/13
Custom-built Oak Desk
Beautiful quality, excellent condition. Has 6 drawers, 2 open shelves. Measures 30” X 66” on top, 31” High. 247-9692. $175.
30-ton jack
Used one job. $200. 970-946-9548.
Thule Cargo Box
Summit measures 7 long x 1 h x 2 w. Black plastic, good shape, two locks with keys, and mounting hardware included. $200. 970-903-4487.
Yamaha HTR-5740
Natural Sound Stereo Receiver – Dolby Digital capability - $250. Klipsch 5.1 Channel Surround Sound Speaker System - $200. 6-foot oak curio cabinet - $200. 970-964-7204.
Aire Tomcat
Inflatable kayak(s), solo & tandem, excellent condition, used twice, no patches or repairs. $399.99/$475.00. 259-7771.

In-Town Residential Lot
Located @ 685 E. 2nd Street, lot size is 73’ x 55’ = 4018 s.f., great passive solar potential, near Horse Gulch trailhead. $225,000. 259.1544.

Housemate wanted
Avail. Oct. 1, possibly sooner. Share nice DWII home, good-sized bedroom, your own full bath, use of laundry, space in garage for 1 vehicle, also room for things like kayaks, skis/boards, bicycles etc. Sorry, allergies prevent furry pets. Prefer nonsmoking individual who appreciates a somewhat tidy environment and is willing to pitch in with chores like snow removal (there is a snow blower.) $500/mo. + split electric/gas bills. Bob 799-0114.
In town sublet
Big master with private bath, deck with private bath, deck with mountain views. Oct.-April (flexible dates?). $575. 759-5918.
Share lovely, large,
peaceful & playful community home on 3 acres with folks working for a sustainable earth & conscious life. In Bayfield. Includes bedroom w/ loft … plus ALL utilities, phone, w/d, DSL, organic garden & Growing Dome, sunroom, plus 900-sq-ft art and music studio. $585 or $710/couple plus deposit. Available 10/1. 946-6994.
12-room house
with studio/garage on 26 riverside acres. New carpet and paint. Five minutes to hospital. Long-term lease only. $1,500/mo. First/last/deposit. Additional pet deposit.
Roommates needed
for great house off 550 on CO/NM line. Separate upstairs living area with bath and 2 rooms+. Have 2 dogs, no more pls. $500/mth or negot. Month-to-month OK. 505-716-0072 lv msg.
Office space for lease
Grandview area across from Mercy Hospital. 780 s.f. for $650/month NNN. Call Chris Serwe, The Wells Group, 970-375-3360.
Moab Vacation Condo
3 bedroom; 2.5 baths new condo. Sleeps 8+ comfortably. Pool & hot tub on site. Less than 5 miles from downtown Moab. Great prices! For more information visit or call 970-372-6677. 
From Vallecito
It’s not about looks, but I notice you riding your bike at Vallecito, shirtless, tanned and trim. My compliments to your young spirit.
Black husky mix, neutered, well mannered & great with other dogs. Call LPHS, 259-2847 or Dinah at 385-7346.
Wheat & Gluten Intolerance
Support Group meets at Healthy Fusion the last Wednesday of every month. All are welcome. Next meeting is Sept. 27 at 5:30 p.m.; 2053 Main Ave. For more info: 259-9233 or
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
is seeking: a 50-60 foot round pen, good quality horse hay, donations for our silent auction, horse tack and supplies, landscaping materials such as fruit trees, shrubs, flowers, mulch and gardening tools. Call 533-7403 or check out for more info.
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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