The Telegraph accepts classified advertising anytime prior to Tuesday at noon. Ads are a total bargain 40 cents per word. Ads can be submitted via email), fax (970-259-0448) or in person (1309 E. Third Ave. - #25, Durango). Prepayment is requested on all classifieds.


HelpWanted
Sawyer wanted
as foreman for M&M Enterprises Inc. Must have at least 3 years of sawyer experience with dropping trees, hazard tree removal, etc. Climbing and speaking Spanish a plus. Salary depending on experience. Call Mike at 759-8945.
Barista
FT, M-F, in Durango Tech Center. Call 259-4546.
Massage Therapists/ Bodywork Specialist
I am looking for someone with experience in massage. People skills are a must as well as a good sense of body structure and musculature. We are a professional office located in Durango. This is a part-time position with the potential for full-time work. If you have a passion for helping people with chronic pain and have a hunger for stretching your clinical skills, I would like to talk to you. Contact me at: DrGreene@greenechiropractic.net
Live In-Domestic Goddess
(Tradeout 4 Housing-P/T 12hrs/wk) Home/office 1/2 mile to Albertsons/Tech Center. Honest, reliable. Organized for cleaning, admin. Share bath/kitchen. Furnished room, WiFi, basic cable in 70yo house. Vehicle/cell provided/avail. Hours/$'s DOQ/negotiable 970-449-9470 Lisa.


Zia Taqueria
is looking for Ska trailer manager and front line griddle position. Food service and customer service experience required. Honest, self-motivated, reliable, friendly, clean-cut, and ready to spread the love. Minimum 40 hours per week. Starts ASAP. Pay rate negotiable based on experience and performance. Please call Tim Turner @ 970-749-4281. Application available at www.ziataqueria.com.
Fort Lewis College
seeks assistant director for the Dr. Terry R. Bacon Leadership Center. Find this and all opportunities at www.fortlewis.edu/jobs. Apply by April 8. EO/AA employer.
Southwest Conservation Corps
has immediate job opportunities for recent-era Veterans to participate in its wildland fire fighting training program. For more info, visit: sccorps.org/jobs/veterans-green-corps.
Announcements
Red Tent Lecture Series
Presents “Wise Women & Wellness in the 21st Century.” Unsure of how to create wellness in your body? Join us Sat., April 9, at 1 p.m. for an enlightening lecture with Sylvia Philpy, ARNP of Integrated Health Solutions. Learn to pay attention to the “whispers” of potential developing disease. Donation of $10 to benefit the Women in Need Wellness Fund. 128 W. 14th St., Suite B. in the Riverfront Center, just north of the Discovery Museum. 970-422-8026.  
Kids & the Arts Studio
Summer Arts Program. Agest 3 to 6 years. Come join the fun! (970) 769-2938. www.mommyandmedance.com.  
Yoga Teacher Training Program
200 hours. June 23-Oct. 30, Ridgway, CO. Earlybird registration ends May 15. yogadurango.com or 970-946-8961.
Chimney Rock Farm CSA:  
Chimney Rock Farm Family Produce Plan (local CSA) now available. USDA Certified Organic fruit, vegetables and herbs. Limited to 300 shares. $450 for 17 weeks. Call for information:  970-731-6278, or email crfarm@centurylink.net

 
Ongoing yoga classes
for students of all levels with Kathy Curran. Drop-ins welcome! Yoga breathing workshop, April 16. John Schumacher weekend workshop, April 29-May 1. Smiley Building, Room #32. 259-4794. www.4cornersyoga.com
If Only There Was a Shot                                                                            that could prevent cervical cancer and genital warts! There is – and it’s FREE. San Juan Basin Health Department has HPV vaccine.Call 247-5702 for an appointment.
Volunteers Needed
for the 4 Corners Green Living Expo, April 15-17. Positions include: Recycling Police, Food Court Crew, Hospitality Crew, Workshop Crew, Tech and Electronic Crew, & Raffle Assistants. Call Celeste 970.749.7052 or e-mail celeste@ecologicevents.com. Visit us at www.4cornersgreenliving.com.
Nia Classes
Nia is a fun and funky movement form that blends dance, healing arts and martial arts for a whole body workout. Mon. 11:30-12:30; Tues. & Thurs. 12-1; Wed. 5:45-6:45 p.m. at the Smiley Building. Taught by Lori Sadira, Nia Brown Belt Instructor. 946-1554. Proceeds donated to Manna Soup Kitchen.
 Be a massage therapist next ski season!
MountainHeart School in Crested Butte! 850 hour, 6 Month Certification. Starts May 31.800-673-0539. www.mountainheart.org


  Services
I fix home haircuts
Specialty, Natural Curls & Wash and Wear. Very Experienced. Licensed Barber-Stylist. Downtown, W. 8th E. Main @ Shampoo Hair Salon. Request Kaye. 247-5620.
Ground Control, LLC
Residential and commercial landscaping. Call today for a guaranteed discount! Eric 799-7021 Eric@groundcontroldurango.com
Get That Old Computer Working
We won’t charge more than the computer’s worth, no charge if it can’t be fixed. The Computer Therapist, 970-799-0686 http://comptxdurango.com.
Solar Homes
Beautiful, high-performance design and construction services. www.durangosolarhomes.com. Steve Kawell (970) 769-3904.
Oak Grove Tax Service
1294 CR 250. 749-0629. Friendly, accurate & affordable.
Aqua-Drop water delivery
$10 off delivery. 970-247-4426.
The Computer Solution
Virus removal, re-formatting, software/hardware, networking problems, Web design, etc. www.computersolutionco.com. Call Brendan 903-4061.
BodyWork 
1 Hour Massage Only $40
Massage is more than a luxury it is maintenance for your body. In-town location, gift certificates available. Leslie Beals CMT 970-759-6547.
Feel The Difference!!
Kelly Wright Certified Rolfer™. 970-759-6115.
PreNatal Massage
Only $60!! Gift certificates available. Convenient down
town Durango location. Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
Yoga Master Leif Carter
announces his new classes (Free for children) and all others call 970-946-5128 for info!
$40 One-Hour Deep Tissue
Luna Therapeutic Massage, Skyridge office. Call 759-7280.
Mid-Day Massage?
Have 30 minutes for your health? Schedule a 30, 60 or 90 minute massage! Gift certificates available. Downtown Durango. Meg Bush, CMT. 970-759-0199.
ForSale
Inflatable Kayak Fleet Sale!
AIRE & ZOIK $449-$699. You save $300. Only been used 2-3 times. Like new condition. More Info at: www.GravityPlay.com, 970-259-7771.
Kodak, Panasonic digital cameras
$100, $200, $125. Gateway computer $200, Acme Juicer $35, Trek bike $350, Englehart original watercolors $200 each, Mountain Dulcimer $100. 970-426-9182 or durangokid62@yahoo.com.
For Trade – Set of 4X4 Tires
Like new Mastercraft M/Ts 235/75/R15 will trade for set of like new 225/75/R15 all season. Call Cindy at 970-903-2732.
Attention DJ's:
Free EV S181 subwoofer. Driver needs rebuilding, cabinet is in great shape. 749-7564.
Queen Log Bed
$200. Kenmore dish washer, good condition, $25. 247-4918.
Bowflex Treadclimber TC5000
Like new. $150 (was $2,500). 946-7565.
Super Moving Sale!
2338 Forrest Ave., Sat., April 9, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Relocating, everything must go!
Solid pine bookcase and cabinet
Awesome, must see. $150 obo. 259-5677 or 259-4555.
I.Q. Air Purifier
Eliminate gas, odors, dust and other allergy producing particulates in your house. Breathe Free! $600 ($1,200 new). Excellent condition. 259-9840.


Reruns Home Furnishings
Patio season is on the way. Outside tables and chairs, pots and yard décor, and lots more. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
RealEstate
FSBO-1BD/1BA
Contemporary condo, corner unit 10th and Main. $319k. 602-228-3432. www.fsbo.com #145895.
ForRent
Roommate Wanted
Really nice 3 bedroom, 3 story condo. Balcony, storage. $450+1/3 utilities. 759-8258.
Mountain cabin
11 miles NE of town in Aspen Trails. 2 bd/1 ba, 900 sq. ft., 1+ acre, $800/mo. Pets/students ok. 375-7822.
Room for rent
Access to workout room and hot tub. Short walk to FLC. $450 a month + utilities. Starting now. 970-799-1379.
Large private furnished room
in sunny house, 10 mins to town. Responsible, tidy, mature student OK. N/S, N/P, horse OK. Internet, dish, w/d, $360+1/3 utils and deposit. 259-5281.
In town condo
2BR, 1BA, parking, 765 College Dr., $900, incl. utils, no pets, 799-7703 or 259-8403.
Mancos studio – mountain views
private entrance. Cable with HBO, hi-speed internet, furnished, full kitchen. $600/mo or $200/week. 533-9723.
Beautiful, modern townhome
on river. 2-bed w/office. 1.5 bath, pets neg. $2,000/mo. 970-749-6063.
Dance studio for rent
In the Smiley Building. $15/hr. Sound system, mirrors, large, beautiful. 259-4122 or lisa@dancedurango.com 
CommunityService
 
Free after school string club for kids
now forming at Escalante Middle School. We are in need of string instruments for teenage players. Clean out that basement or attic and feel good about it! We are looking for violins, acoustic guitars, banjos, bass, dobros and mandolins. We also accept donations. For more info, contact Michelle @ 946-1545.
Women’s Support Groups
Is a past or current abusive relationship preventing you from living fully? Receive support & become empowered. Alternative Horizons offers free & confidential weekly groups. For more information call 970-403-1579.
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer side walker or horse handler for our Equine Experiential Learning programs or our summer camp for kids with Autism? Medicine Horse will host a training down by our tipi at Riversong Ranch, on April 10 from 1-3 p.m. Please call Trish to register: 749-3934.
Music in the Mountains
Goes to School program needs instruments for a lending library of instruments. To donate an instrument, please drop them off at the Festival Office, located at 1063 Main Ave., from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Donated instruments are tax-deductible.
Art supplies needed
Regina at the donation-only Durango Farmers Market kids art booth is asking folks to set aside old art supplies during spring cleaning. Any safe materials, supplies or  other things accepted and greatly appreciated. E-mail for a list of needed items: reg@animas.net
Volunteers needed
for the Southern Ute Cultural Center’s opening events in May. Help in a range of areas, including invitations, setup, transportation and guest relations. Events include Tribal Dedication on May 14; Friends Celebration on May 20; Worldwide Welcome and museum opening on May 21-22. Contact 259-7738 or e-mail Karen@c2creatingconnections.com or visit www.southernutemuseum.org.
Sunday Brunch
American Legion Post 28, 10 a.m. – 12 noon every Sunday. Sausage and biscuits with gravy or pancakes and sausage with eggs. $6 w/juice and coffee. $7 w/mimosa. Everyone welcome, 878 E. 2nd Ave.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program
If you are a senior 60 or older and make less than $1,074 per month, you qualify to receive a considerable non-perishable food box once per month!  We only have 18 remaining slots to fill. Call Sarah at the Durango Food Bank 375-2672 or email commodities.dfb@durango.net.
Wheat & Gluten Intolerance
Support Group meets the third Wednesdays of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the Crossroads Building, 1075 Main Ave. All are welcome. E-mail gfindurango@gmail.com for meeting room location or add'l info.
Family and Friends of Alcoholics
Has your life been affected by someone else's drinking? There is hope and help with the Al-Anon Family Groups. Call 970-259-2982 for local meetings or www.alanon-co.org for meetings throughout Colorado.
Are you a parent
with a child under age 5? Then come explore the Family Center of Durango. We have developmental playgroups, parenting classes, a toy lending library, safe exchange and supervised visits, a family support unit, and more! Call us at 385-4747 or stop by 489½ Florida Rd.
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 first and third Wednesday of the month at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center at 10:30 a.m. and the second Tuesday of every month at the Alzheimer’s Association, 701 Camino del Rio,  at 7 p.m. For more information, call Elaine Stumpo at 259-0122.



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