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RealEstate Price Drop on Fine Starter Home Now only $55,000! Solid mobile home. Ideal for small family or handicapped buyer. By owner. 3 BR, 2 BA. 2 ovens, island, dishwasher, nice fridge. Fine floors. Washer (new), dryer, water softener. Enclosed sun porch, fenced yard. Swamp cooler & BR conditioner. Good storage. Dgo Regency rent ($658) incl water, trash, snow removal. See on Zillow; call 970-403-3212 Condo 1bdrm in the Edgemont Forest setting. Excellent 1st home or rental opportunity. $172.5K for details email gicrini@gmail.com

BodyWork Massage “Special” 1 hr. - $50 / 1.5 hrs. - $75 - foot detox$35/ in town Durango/free parking/call or text Nancy R. @ (970) 799-2202 Massages by Meg Bush, LMT 30, 60 & 90 min. 970-759-0199 massageintervention.life Voted best massage in Durango 2018. Couples, cupping, local CBD. Reviews on FB + Yelp. 970-903-2984 Massage with Kathryn 20+ years experience offering a fusion of esalen style, deep tissue massage with ther-

apeutic stretching & Acutonics. New clients receive $5 off first session. To schedule appt. call 970-201-3373. Radon Services Free radon testing and consultation. Call Colorado Radon Abatement and Detection for details. 970- 946-1618.

Garage/YardSale Sat. 9-1 You Store It liquidation, 32nd & Holly. Desk, tables & chairs, rocker/recliner, shelves, quality sheets & comforters, cookware & dishes. Twin memory foam mattress & box (1-year-old, clean $125) Fossils Minerals Art, Furn. Sale Rocks, stones from Bobrocks4U jewelry (gem costume) collectables (Disney vintage postcards) art, couches, lamps Weiser pro gym, healing eqip. Aug 23, 24, 25 9am to 3 pm 296 North Rd Rafter J

ForSale Table Saw/Sauna Craftsman 10” original owner, lightly used, $275. Infrared sauna, cedar $275. 970533-7943, calls only please Reruns Home Furnishings Storewide sales in both stores! Chest of drawers, entertainment center, Pier One bookcase, and bistros. FLC discount. New

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CommunityService Does Your Child Struggle in School? Does your child struggle in school, have special needs or need more support in school? Would an education advocate be helpful? For free support and information, contact: Russell 970 903 2095; russell@thearcofswco.org Arc: For people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. TEDxDurango Needs Volunteers TEDx is coming to town on Nov. 3, uniting bright minds that foster inspiration and wonder to provoke conversations that matter. We are now accepting applications for entertainers, volunteers and an emcee. Find out more and sign up at www.TEDxDu rango.com Volunteer-Powered Program Offers Hope SASO seeks compassionate, caring people to become advocates on its 24-hour crisis hotline. Provide sexual assault survivors with support and resources to promote healing. Call Laura, 259-3074, for information about free upcoming training. Great Old Broads for Wilderness Host Art Quilt Raffle Raffle tickets are on sale for the 2019 Art Quilt Fundraiser. This year’s quilt, en-

titled “Get into the Wild,” celebrates the conservation organization’s 30th anniversary by commemorating various landscapes they have worked to protect: mountains, waters, forests, and canyon country. Proceeds will support Broads’ work to protect America’s wild public lands and waters. The raffle is open to the public and tickets may be purchased online at www.greatoldbroads.org/2019-artquilt-raffle/. The drawing will be held in mid-December.

Dancing Spirit Needs Board Members Dancing Spirit is looking for individuals with a strong sense of community and an interest in helping us grow and develop in 2019 and beyond to be a part of our Board of Directors. Board member applications are available at the Dancing Spirit Office inside the ELHI Community Center in Ignacio.

Powerhouse Needs Volunteers Volunteers ages 18 and older are needed at the Powerhouse Science Center for shifts of 2-4 hours between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. No experience necessary, though a background or interest in science, technology, art, engineering and math is helpful. Volunteer tasks include assisting in the exhibit gallery, at the front desk, the garden area and working on general projects that arise. A commitment of at least once a week is preferred. To learn more, email Kathleen@powsci.org or check www.powsci.org under the “joinus” tab.

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