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SENIOR CITIZENS CALENDAR Thursday, May 26, 2011 Senior Walking, Gym 11-12 noon (Requires membership or drop-in fee) Friday, May 27, 2011 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym Young at Heart Luncheon, 12 noon Community Center Monday, May 30, 2011 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym 12 noon Young at Heart Luncheon, Community Center CLOSED - MEMORIAL DAY Tuesday, May 31, 2011 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym (Requires membership or drop-in fee) Wednesday, June 1, 2011 Senior Walking, Gym 11-12 noon 12 noon Young at Heart Luncheon, Community Center Meals All seniors, 60 or older, $4 .00 59 and under, $5.00 Children 7-12 years, $4.00 Children 6 and under are free Come and enjoy a reasonable and delicious meal and socialize Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:00 noon. Bring a friend. Any home bound senior in need of meals, please call 641-2107 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday before 10:00 a.m. with your request; it will be delivered that day. The Young at Heart Luncheon takes place at the Community Center at 200 E. Spencer.
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On Sunday, May 29th, the Legion Post and Auxiliary members will be at the Gunnison cemetery placing an American flag on each veteran’s grave, and one Monday, May 30th, flags will be placed on the streets of Gunnison in front of participating merchants’ businesses. If you know of a grave of a Veteran at the Gunnison cemetery that does not receive a flag, please call Ruth at 641-0172. Also, if you have subscribed to the Flags on Streets program and did not receive a flag in front of your business, contact Claire at 209-6042. On Monday, May 30th at 10:00 a.m., a memorial service will be held at the Gunnison cemetery. The American Legion Post, SAL, and Auxiliary and the VFW Post and Auxiliary and Boy Scout Troop 476, will honor the veterans who served their country. The guest speaker will be County Commissioner Phil Chamberlain. Phil is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. The American Legion Auxiliary will have poppies available for donations during “poppy week” beginning May 25th through Memorial Day. These donations are used to air local veterans and their families. Wear your poppy proudly and come to the Memorial Day Service at the cemetery and give tribute to our deceased veterans.
TRAVELERS BE AWARE! FOREST SPRING ROAD CONDITIONS Deep snow and saturated travel route surfaces will likely delay the opening of several seasonal closure gates located throughout the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests. Closures will remain in effect to full-size vehicle travel as a safety precaution to forest visitors and to protect natural resources. In areas where snow has recently melted and the soil remains saturated, closures may remain in effect to protect the roadbed and adjacent lands. Spring is a great time to enjoy the outdoors. Forest visitors are reminded that water levels within drainages tend to fluctuate significantly in the course of a day during times of rapid snowmelt and rainfall. Backcountry roads and trails that are now accessible may have residual snowdrifts. Travelers may plan shorter trips and be prepared to exit from the same direction they entered. Furthermore, law enforcement officers will cite drivers traveling off a road or trail to negotiate a snowdrift. For further information regarding updated Forest road, trail and campground information, contact the following offices: Grand Valley Ranger District 970-242-8211; Gunnison Ranger District 641-0471; Norwood Ranger District970-327-4261; Ouray Ranger District 970-2405300; Paonia Ranger District 970-527-4131. The Grand Mesa Visitor Center will open on May 28th to provide information and help plan recreation activities on the National Forest. Contact the Grand Valley Ranger District at 970-242-8211 for more information.
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PARAGON GALLERY IS LOOKING FOR ARTISTS with locally created art to become a part of the co-op gallery or be a guest artist. Contact Heather 349-1427 or 349-6484. We will be opening for the summer season Friday, May 27, 11am-7pm. (5/25).
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Congratulations Dr.lauraHolDer! Dear Community, Gunnison Valley Health would like to congratulate Laura Holder for graduating from the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine. Dr. Holder is now an M.D. and will be starting a three-year Family Medicine Residency in Ventura, CA in June. At the conclusion of her residency, Holder plans to return to Gunnison County to practice family medicine. She was the first recipient of Gunnison Valley Health’s Medical Student Loan Program. The Loan Program offers medical students up to $10,000 per year for a maximum of three years in exchange for their commitment to practice in the Gunnison/Crested Butte area. Dr. Holder’s participation in the Loan Program was made possible by the Gunnison Valley Health Foundation’s Annual Golf Classic, coming up on Friday, June 17, 2011. Laura Holder was born and raised in Crested Butte, CO and earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Colorado College before entering medical school. She has been mentored by many local medical professionals in the area, including her father, John Holder, PA-C. Gunnison Valley Health is very proud of Dr. Holder’s accomplishments and wishes her well during residency. We can’t wait for her return as a practicing physician! Sincerely, Randy Phelps CEO, Gunnison Valley Health THE LADIES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY WILL BE OUT WITH POPPIES THIS WEEK which are distributed in honor of the veterans of all our wars. The tradition of the poppy as a memorial flower for American war dead began following World War 1. Veterans returning home remembered the poppies that lived in the devastated battlefields of France. The poppy became a living symbol of their dead comrades sacrifices. These flowers are more than a symbol. they are hand made by veterans in VA facilities. Traditionally poppies have never been sold but donations are gratefully accepted and are used in the local community to aid veterans. (5/25). STAND UP FOR PEACE: Join us every Friday at noon for 15 minutes at The Oddfellows Park, corner of Main & Virginia. (5/25).
MAY POWER HOUR: Join us at the May Power Hour at the Bean Coffeehouse & Eatery on Wednesday, May 25 from 8-10 AM. Stop by to talk about sustainability or ask your energy question. Get a free hot drink if you sign up for an ORE program or newsletter! Power Hours are free, monthly events fostering good times & conversation for people interested in sustainability and energy. This is a free event, open to the public. For more info, contact Office for Resource Efficiency (ORE) at 970-641-7682, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOIN ROLLER DERBY! Come to one of our practices to find out more about it. No experience necessary. Jorgensen Park indoor rink, corner of Hwy 50 and Teller St. in Gunnison. Wed., 5/25 7pm, Fri., 5/27 7pm, Sun., 5/29 5pm, Mon., 5/30 7pm. Join the Yahoo Group “Gunnison Valley Roller Derby” for notifications or email questions to email@example.com. (6/1). HELP YOUR FAMILY HAVE A SUMMER FULL OF HARMONY AND HEALTHY COMMUNICATION by attending the Nurturing Parenting workshop on “Developing Family Rules and Encouraging Appropriate Behavior”. This Thursday from 5:15 to 7:30pm at Parish Hall in Gunnison, bring your family together for skill building, fun and a chili dinner. The cost is only $5 for the entire family. Call 6424667 to register. (5/25). YOU ARE INVITED TO A PARTNERS WINE TASTING, WITH CHEESE AND CHOCOLATE! Thursday, May 26th, 4:30 to 6:30 pm, The Brick Cellar. Partners has 30 plus young people on a waiting list. Can you help us identify some potential mentors? Come learn more about Partners. Enjoy some wine, cheese and chocolate with friends, and help us find new mentors to match with our waiting youth. Please RSVP to me by Wednesday, May 25th. Thanks! Hope to see all of you at the Brick Cellar. (5/25).
MeMorial Day:tHe Meaning beHinDtHe HoliDay 202 E. Tomichi On May 5, 1868, three years after the Civil War ended, Major General John A. Logan of the Grand Army of the Republic declared May 30 as Decoration Day, a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with “the choisest flowers of springtime”. He said: “We should guard their graves with sacred vigilance”. The first major observance was held that year at Arlington National Cemetery at Arlington House. General and Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant presided over the ceremonies. The children from the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Orphan Home and GAR members decorated the graves of the fallen, both Union and Confederate, while they recited prayers and sang hymns. By the end of the 19th century, Memorial Day ceremonies were being held on May 30 throughout the nation It was not until after World War I, however, that the day was expanded to honor those who died in all American wars. In 1971, Memorial Day was declared a national holiday by an act of Congress, and its observance was set on the last Monday in May. Many still refer to the holiday as “Decoration Day”. Taken from article written by Beverly A. Neel and brought to you by American Legion Auxiliary. VOLUNTEER GUNNISON TRAILS: Gunnison Trails is looking for volunteers for the Sage Burner trail running race Sat., May 28th and the Original Growler mountain bike race May 29th. We have a spectrum of opportunities available from sitting in the sun (in the middle of nowhere!) reading a book and watching a gate to fast paced leadership roles. We can use you for as little as three hours or you could help us for 12 hours a day for three days. Race t-shirt, maybe some schwag, certainly some new friends and a post event party. Gunnison Trails is a 501c3 non-profit trail advocacy organization and these events provide our lifeblood. Call 970-2750485 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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FRIDAY, MAY 27TH, ZUMBA w/Kate at the IOOF Park, 5:30pm, anyone can dance! All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. Friday, June 10th 8:30pm ZUMBA at Jorgensen Park w/Kate & the Library’s ZUMBA-licious Ladies! (5/25).
OHIO MEADOWS ANNUAL SUBDIVISION MEETING AND POTLUCK: The Ohio Meadows Homeowners Association Board of Directors invites homeowners to the Ninth Annual Meeting and Potluck, to be held at the sub-division park at the pond on Chekwa Trail Saturday, May 28, 10:30 AM. Mark your calendar. The Board will furnish beverages (beer and soft drinks), plates, utensils, and tables. Bring a chair and share your favorite picnic dish with your neighbors. Other activities will include a report by your Board of Directors, election of new officers and directors, and discussion of the concerns of Ohio Meadow homeowners. (5/25).
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THE 2011 APPLESEED TOUR IS COMING TO TOWN MAY 2829! Learn/improve your marksmanship skills while hearing how marksmanship helped found this nation and the freedoms we all enjoy today. For details, go to www.appleseedinfo.org. (5/25).
COMPETITIVE EVENTS AT HARTMAN ROCKS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: many roads, trails and climbing areas at the Hartman Rocks area on BLM public lands and at the Base Area are being used for permitted trail running, mountain biking and climbing competitions May 28-29. All trails and roads are still open to the public, and all competitors, race directors and volunteers will be advised of this; competitors do not have any special priority over the public. These events are being produced jointly by the City of Gunnison, Western State College and Gunnison Trails. (5/25).
â€œGOLFING FOR THE GACâ€? AT DOS RIOS GOLF COURSE: Dos Rios Golf Course is teaming up with the GAC for a Memorial Day Skins Tournament! Three days, three different skins games, $10 to enter plus green fees. Sign up at the Dos Rios Golf Course Pro Shop. Additionally, there will be a â€œClosest to the Pin Contestâ€? at the driving range. $1.00 for each try. Both events start each day at 9am and run until 5pm. Come kickoff your summer golf game by supporting the GAC and enjoying a day or a few days of golf! Call the GAC at 641-4029 for more information or go to www.gunn i s o n a r t s c e n t e r. o rg / e v e n t s . (5/25).
THE RESIDENTS HERE AT THE GUNNISON VALLEY ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITY would like to send a BIG THANK YOU to the 4H kids for bringing us May Day baskets! (5/25).
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MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS: the Gunnison cemetery placing an American flag on each veteranâ€™s grave, and one Monday, May 30th, flags will be placed on the streets of Gunnison in front of participating merchantsâ€™ businesses. If you know of a grave of a Veteran at the Gunnison cemetery that does not receive a flag, please call Ruth at 641-0172. Also, if you have subscribed to the Flags on Streets program and did not receive a flag in front of your business, contact Claire at 2096042. On Monday, May 30th at 10:00 a.m., a memorial service will be held at the Gunnison cemetery. The guest speaker will be County Commissioner Phil Chamberlain. The American Legion Auxiliary will have poppies available for donations during â€œpoppy weekâ€?beginning May 25th through Memorial Day. (5/25).
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POWER/WEIGHT LIFTING CLINIC at 6PM on Thursday June 2nd. Sign up and learn the basics to increase your strength and muscle power. Great for all Athletes. $20 donation to Relay For Life. (5/25). SHOOTERS, HUNTERS, FIREARMS ENTHUSIASTS! 2001 Friends of the NRA Banquets, June 2 at the Fred Field Building. Raffles, auctions and fun. Please call Myron at 641-6567 for tickets and information. (6/1).
GAC GRATITUDE FESTIVAL: The GAC is hosting a â€œGratitude Festivalâ€? on Memorial Day, May 30th in the GAC Courtyard. This festival will feature local businesses with tables promoting their Memorial Day sales, the American Legion, and food and beverages from 12pm-4pm. Entrance to the courtyard is free to the public. The GAC wants to thank the community and those who continually serve us locally, nationally, and internationally with their resources, talents, time and energy. Come visit the GAC this Memorial Day and thank each other for contributing to the betterment of our community and society as a whole! Visit www.gunnisonartscenter.org for more information and Get Into It!
FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD: Fitness Gear Shop and Swap at Colorado Fitness from 5PM - 8PM. $2 donation to Relay For Life at the door to sell, swap or just shop!
THE GUNNISON COUNTRY SHOPPER WILL BE CLOSED on Monday, May 30 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. All deadlines remain the same. See us online at gunnisonshopper.com. Hurry and get â€œout thereâ€? before everyone else does!
GAC SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: Summer is right around the corner and that means the GAC concert series will begin June 3rd! Additionally, Sundays @ 7 will now be Sundays @ 6 and begins June 5th. Fridays @ 5 occurs every Friday in the GAC Courtyard and is free to the public! Sundays @ 6 occurs every Sunday at Legion Park and is also free to the public! Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the sounds of the summer! For more information go to www.gunnisonartscenter.org.
THE GUNNISON COUNTY LANDFILL WILL BE CLOSED Monday, May 30 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. The landfill will reopen Tuesday, May 31 at 8am for normal business hours. Please call 641-5522 or 641-0044 for additional information. (5/25). CAMINE POR SU SALUD: Programa gratuito de ejercicio. BilingĂźe. Cuidado de niĂąos. Martes 5:30-6:15 de la tarde. 24, 31 de mayo- 7, 14, 21 de junio. Nos reunimos en Seasons Schoolhouse, 617 W. Virginia. AnĂłtese: Oficina Multicultural 641-7999. llegue puntualmente porque salimos a caminar. ÂĄEs divertido y bueno para la salud! (6/1).
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A PRELIMINARY MEETING FOR A PROPOSED GUNNISON ARTS CENTER ARTIST CO-OP SHOP will be held at the Gunnison Arts Center on Wednesday June 1st at 4:30 P.M. This Co-op Shop will be staffed by artists and others interested in selling the artists works. Inquiries may be directed to Scott at 641-4860. (6/1).
ART FROM THE HEART: Donâ€™t miss your opportunity to place a bid! 46 items donated by local artists are included in the 2011 Art from the Heart to benefit Hospice & Palliative Care of the Gunnison Valley. The silent auction, hosted by the Gunnison Gallery, continues through May 31, 5:30 p.m. Bids and heart cookie donations have raised over $2200 to date. Stop in and place your bid before the deadline or call Anne, 641-6111 for more information. Our CLOSING RECEPTION is scheduled from 35:30 p.m. May 31 at Gunnison Gallery. HPCGV is a component fund of Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley. (5/25). WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1ST, FIVE MILE CLUNK AND TRUDGE RELAY: starts at 6PM at Colorado Fitness. $20 per team/donation to Relay For Life. The relay will take place in town, you will need a fun partner and a clunker/townie bike, switch off and on with your partner while you run/bike a five mile course on the streets of Gunnison. Sounds like a lot of fun!!! Great prizes. Enter your team today at Colorado Fitness. (5/25).
MULTICULTURAL OFFICE 225 NORTH PINE ST., SUITE â€” HOURS: Monday through Friday from 8-noon and 1-5. If we are not in the office it is because we are in meetings or interpreting. Please call Ellen 641-7999, or Selenia 641-7674 C. (6/1).
THURSDAY, JUNE 2ND: Relay For Life Spinathon from 6AM-9PM at Colorado Fitness. Spin for an hour for the American Cancer Society. Minimum donation is $5 per hour. Sign up at Colorado Fitness. (5/25).
FREE LECTURE ON ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING by Leah Goetz, M.A. Friday, June 3rd at Comfort Inn meeting room. Presented by the Center for Mental Health. All are welcome.
HERBS FOR HEALTH, a new series of classes with Dottie McCaleb of Spirit Mountain Healing Arts, will start with a free introduction, Getting Started with Herbs, at the Gunnison Vitamin store on Tues. June 7, 5:15-6:45 pm. Topics: why use herbs, history of herbal use, the variety of approaches to herbalism, basic forms of herbal medicine, the actions of herbs on different body systems, sources and references. Subsequent classes offered for $10 each will continue every other Tuesday 5:15 to 6:45 pm: June 21, Wonderful Wildflowers and Weeds Using Whatâ€™s Around Us: July 5, Addressing Stress with Herbs; July 19, Herbs for Colds, Flu and Allergies; Aug. 2, Herbs that Love Your Heart. To reserve a spot for the free class and for more information, call Dottie at 641-2401. (6/1). FAMILY FUN NIGHT at the Gunnison Public Library. Sign up for summer reading and join us for singing and dancing with local world music band Naranja. June 7th from 7-8PM. (6/1). FREE CRAFT CAMP AT THE GUNNISON PUBLIC LIBRARY: Open to kids 9 and up. Materials and snacks will be provided! All workshops take place from 3:454:45 at the Gunnison Public Library: June 7-Altered Books; June 14-Explore Steam Punk; June 21-Asian Themed Art; June 28-Treasure Boxes; July 5-Mixed Media Collages. July 12-Mandelas (7/6).
SUMMER BALLET FOR ADULTS AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER: Intermediate/Advanced ballet, technique & pointe class on Wednesdays, 6pm-7:30pm, June 8-July 13. 641-4029. (5/25). THE RESIDENTS AT THE GUNNISON VALLEY ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITY would like to think the kids from St. Peters Catholic Church for making us May Day baskets. Thank you for your thoughtfulness. (5/25).
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SUMMER READING PROGRAM SCHEDULE: All events take place at the Gunnison Public Library from 9am-10am. Children entering Kindergarten through 5th grade are encouraged to attend. Please join us on the following days June 9, June 15, June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13 and July 27. For more information call Kym at 641-7906. (6/1). CANCER SURVIVORS: you are invited to join the Gunnison County Relay for Life on June 10-11 at Jorgensen attend our Park. We would be honored to have you attend the Survivor Lap and the Survivors Dinner. For more information and to RSVP, please call Kim at 642-0174. (6/1).
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KID’S ACTIVITIES DURING RIDE THE ROCKIES: Put a helmet on your little shredder and bring him or her to the Ride the Rockies/Crested Butte Soul Center of Cycling Street Fest on June 11th. There is a full lineup of super fun activities, including a Strider Bike cup from 3-4PM with great Strider prizes. In addition, the following way-rad activities will be happening all afternoon: Tattoo Face Painting, Henna Tattos, Photo Sensitive T Shirt Dying (with bike parts), Sand in a Bottle Necklaces, and a Pool of Oobleck. Please call the Chamber at 3496438 for more information. (6/8). PLANT SALE OF 850+ TOUGH PERENNIALS by Top o’ the World Garden Club: Saturday, JUNE 11. Doors open at 9am at Fred Field Multipurpose Building. Fairgrounds, 275 S Spruce St. All varieties have proved winter-hardy for the Gunnison Valley. Brig your wagon EARLY; last year we sold out by 10am! Questions? Call Karen at 641-3810. Happy Planting! (6/8). TRACE BUNDY IS COMING TO GUNNISON! Coming June 16th, solo guitarist Trace Bundy will take the stage at the GAC Theater. Trace must be “seen, not just heard! His music is poetry in motion, using harmonics, looping, multiple capos, and his unique banter and stage presence to deliver an unforgettable live concert experience.” Tickets go on sale June 1st. Doors open at 6:30pm on June 16th. Check out this extraordinary talent at www.tracebundy.com. (6/15). THE ANNUAL GUNNISON RIVER FESTIVAL IS COMING! June 23-24, 2011. Visit our website for events, schedule, FREE SHUTTLES, volunteer opportunities, LIVE MUSIC, yoga on the river, and our RIVER CITY FUN ZONE — especially for the kids. Put in at North Bridge will be very busy from 8-10am on June 25. The Whitewater Park will be very busy on June 25 (all day). FREE PARKING at Island Acres for shuttles and vehicles. If you have any questions please call Angie Mauldin at 970-596-7094. See you downstream. (6/8). ARTISTS WANTED to participate in the Artists of the West Elks annual AWEfest this summer. Dates: July 10, 17, 24, Aug. 14, 21 9-3pm on Elk Ave CB. ALSO, members wanted to participate in the Crested Butte Arts Festival! Visit WWW.AWEARTS.ORG for applications/info. (5/25). RIDE THE ROCKIES/CRESTED BUTTE SOUL CENTER OF CYCLING STREET FEST: Get on yer townie and come out for the street fest on June 11th! Help show Ride the Rockies why Crested Butte is a great place to visit as well as a biking epicenter. The Ride the Rockies/Crested Butte Soul Center of Cycling Street Fest will be at 3rd & Elk and will feature a beer garden, food court, and live music from Rock Bottom, Better Late Than Never, and the Gypsy Lumberjacks. Businesses, don’t forget to get in the spirit and have a sidewalk sale or display that will enhance the street fest atmosphere and bring people into your stores! Please call the Chamber at 349-6438 for more information. (6/8). ART IN THE PARK, an outdoor show for original arts and crafts, will be Sunday, July 24, 2011 in Gunnison, Colo. Sponsored by AAUW, this is the 37th year for this popular, one-day event. Call 970-641-4230 to receive a registration form. Please spell your name and mailing address. All necessary information is on the form. Art in the Park is a screened show with proceeds funding local projects and scholarships at Western State College. (6/1).
CELEBRATE RECOVERY MEETINGS: 1st and 3rd Tues. each month Webster Hall 6pm, every Thursday, Oh Be Joyful Church. Info: 970-596-6633. (5/25). THE STAFF AND STUDENTS AT THE GUNNISON VALLEY SCHOOL would like to thank everyone for your continued support this school year! (5/25).
TWO MISCHEVIOUS HUMANITARIANS ARE STARTING A GUNNISON RENEGADE IMPROV GROUP. What does that MEAN?! Check out www.improveverywhere.com to see what types of things we’ll be up to. Then, join our group on Facebook to become aware of upcoming meetings to discuss future missions. 54-3-2-1- Poof! (5/25). THE NURTURING PARENTING PROGRAM IS HOLDING A FAMILY WORKSHOP on Developing Family Rules & Encouraging Appropriate Behavior on Thursday May 26th from 5:15-7:30pm at Parish Hall in Gunnison. Parents and their children are invited to have a meal, learn skills, have fun and find out what NPP is all about. The cost is only $5 for the entire family. RSVP is appreciated but not required. Call 642-4667 for more info and/or to sign up. (5/25).
NEW TRAVEL MANAGEMENT IS IN EFFECT ON GUNNISON BASIN PUBLIC LANDS: Please be aware of the following things when travelling on Public Lands in the Gunnison Basin: *All motorized and mechanized travel must remain on designated routes. Motorized travel is restricted to designated roads, trails or areas as shown on Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM). *Any Forest Service road or trail that is NOT on the Motor Vehicle use Map is closed to motorized use. *Crosscountry travel (off-designated routes) by motorized or mechanized vehicles is prohibited. What you can do *Obtain a FREE Motor Vehicle Use Map. *Stay on designated roads and trails and use the type of vehicle that the route is authorized for. If you have questions please contact: Gunnison Ranger District at 641-0471, W e b s i t e : http://www.fs.gov/gmug OR Contact the Bureau of Land Management Gunnison Field Office at 642-4940. (6/15). GAC DANCE RECITAL PHOTOS WERE DROPPED OFF to the GAC and are available for pick up! The GAC is open 2pm-7pm Tuesday through Friday for the month of May, so please come by and pick up your dance photos during those hours. Additionally, there are CDs available of the still photos. Call 641-4029 or stop in at the GAC for more information. (5/25).
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GUNNISON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1981: Anyone with information about the 30 year reunion for GHS class of 1981, please contact Sally at SallyJane@bresnan.net or 719429-6984. Thanks. (5/25).
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CELIAC SUPPORT GROUP: Is anyone out there Celiac/Gluten Free and wanting more education, recipes or information on Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance? We are looking for others to share information and ideas on our journey to health. Kids of all ages are encouraged to attend our meetings. Interested? Please email Brooke Ash, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 641-1797. (5/25). THE GUNNISON RANGER DISTRICT wants the public to be aware that access to the National Forest will be delayed in many places this spring and summer due to heavy snowloads and cool spring temperatures. Access to the higher campgrounds, roads and trails may not be possible until several weeks later than normal. Please stay off muddy roads and trails to protect your National Forest from natural resource damage. For further information contact Janice Chapman or Ray Rossman at 641-0471, or email email@example.com (6/1). LA OFICINA MULTICULTURAL está abierta al público de lunes a viernes de 8-12 y de 1 a 5. Si no estamos en nuestra oficina, es porque muchas veces vamos a reuniones o estamos interpretando. La oficina está en 225 N. Pine Street Oficina D. Llame a Ellen 641-7999 o Selenia 6417674 para obtener más información. Si llama, por favor deje un mensaje con su número de teléfono así lo podemos llamar. (6/1).
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LIVE MUSIC SATURDAY, MAY 28 AT 8PM Featuring Better Late Than Never Open Breakfast - Lunch Dinner with Outside Dining 641-4009 (5/25/20)
BRIDON BAILING TWINE: 20,000ft/box, $20. 970-2812375. (5/25). A BUCK EACH — WON’T LAST! Close to almost 100 music CDs, every genre except rap! All meticulously cared for, you won’t be disappointed! Only $100, don’t delay, please call 970-497-6118 to view/buy today! (6/1). KAYAK PADDLE FOR SALE: Aquabound Shred AMT. $45, call 970-596-6259. (5/25). FOUR WHEELS FOR SALE: 15x7 5 hole. Rocket brand. Made in USA. $50/all. 901-6375. (6/1). SAGE BRUSH MOWING PASTURE MOWING
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CLIMBING SHOES FOR SALE: Boreal Diablos. Size 8-9ish. Hardly used. $20. 641-7364.
POKER TABLE for sale: Spaces for 8 players, detachable legs, very nice, $40, call 641-0944.
FOR SALE: upright freezer, $50; two recliners, excellent shape plus nice southwestern couch; 50 inch big screen tv, works well. 641-2576. (6/1).
JUNIORS CLOTHES: sizes 11, 13, large, XL. After baby I’ve given up on trying to get back into these & it’s time to let go. Come make an offer, some or all. Call 901-0308. (5/25).
HOLLOW CORE INTERIOR DOORS FOR SALE: 2 - Used for closet sliders, painted, great shape. $30 for both. 641-7364. (5/25).
COMMERCIAL SEWING MACHINE: $400, new, used twice. 209-2449 (5/25).
45LB BOW: the poundage can be brand new, camo, $75. 9015499. (5/25). PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR HOUSE IS! Remodels - Additions Home Improvements Custom Finish Work and Built-Ins CRAFTED CUSTOM HOMES & REMODELING, LLC Kirk Lingafelter 596-2666 Locally owned & operated. Fully insured. (5/25/29)
FOR SALE: Canon Rebel 3000 35mm camera great shape rarely used $250 obo; misc. computer stuff, monitors, hard drives, towers, keyboards, mouses, games make offer. All must go now! Need cash for the climbing and fishing equipment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-4172115. (5/25).
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FOR SALE: Petzl Elios climbing helmet, light, adjustable, $30. 349-5190. (6/1).
OLD GUITAR with case in still working condition, $50. 9015499. (5/25).
CABELA’S FISHING WADERS: $50. 970-281-2375. (5/25).
FOR SALE: Trek Classic Cruiser townie (men’s). Aluminum frame with fat tires and fenders. Great condition. $200 obo. 596-7787. (5/25).
FOR SALE: Hull McCoy pottery, dessert plates, bean pots with lids, some smaller vases and bowls. 641-0871. (6/1).
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SHOULDER PRESS/SQUAT RACK: white frame, black bench, multi-functioning station, commercial grade. No bar or weights included. 641-1911. Pics available at hooksonfitness.com. (6/1).
CAR AUDIO EQUIPMENT: 12” Rockford Fosgate “Punch” P3 subwoofer, $75. Ported box for 12” sub measuring 18”x15”x14”, $60. Another box capable of holding three 12” subs measuring 45”x14”x14”, $70. 970-2756780. (5/25).
HOUSEHOLD HEPA FILTER FOR SALE: Hunter 30401 programmable w/2 extra HEPA filters and prefilter. NICE filter system, fraction of retail with filters. $200. 641-7364. (5/25). WANTED: French press. Not picky, just want one for coffee and matte. Call Eric at 678-7646518. (5/25).
KAYAK FOR SALE: Perception Whiplash. $350. Call 970-3814166 (5/25).
MARVIN WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS: brand new, $25. 970-281-2375. (5/25).
TENT FOR SALE: Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead 3, 3-person 3-season. Absolutely brand new, never used, $175. Planned to use this summer but job dictates otherwise. 308-641-8695.
EXTERIOR DOOR: new approx. 79” X 36” $50 obo. 596-1906.
BABY GATES: I need two to corral a new puppy! 970-275-6603.
ANTIQUE BRASS TWIN BEDS, head & foot boards, $250/pr. 765-1049. (6/1). PLEASE REMEMBER TO PULL OVER to the right when seeing flashing lights on emergency vehicles behind you or coming toward you. (5/25).
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FOR SALE: like new Birkenstocks (35-45), XBox, 2 recliners, Nomis hoodie, waterproof/breathable Carhartt jacket, Scrabble Express, x-plod 1200w amp 2 12in 1300w x-plod subs. 207266-8613. (6/1).
PARTS WASHER: on stand, $50. 349-1195. (6/1).
130CM SALOMON SKIS with size 6 Technica boots in great condition, $100. 901-5499.
CONCRETE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE. Everything from forming to finishing and everything in between. Call 970-381-4166.
METAL SWING SET with slide, double seat swing, trapeze, seesaw, and swing. $30. 641-8706.
FOR SALE: film developing tank, plastic, $5; artists T, $5; Nikon Promaster lens - make an offer. Rebekah 596-9467. (6/1).
DOS RIOS GOLF MEMBERSHIP Certificate for sale. $600. 3499268. (6/1).
FOR SALE: cargo trailer. 8’x16’ with gooseneck hitch. Built for us by S&H trailers in 2004. All steel body with double plywood floor. New tires and brakes last year. Very good condition. $4500. Call 641-3109 (5/25).
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WANTED: Hammer double barrel shotguns, any cond. 641-3140 eves. (6/1).
WANTED: experienced piano player. Must be able to read music. Must be willing to travel, For local Beatles Tribute Band. Please call 970-275-8055. (6/1).
WANTED: red sand stone for patio. I will pick up. 970-5960865. (6/1).
WASHER/DRYER FOR SALE: stacked electric washer and dryer for sale, a few years old but still runs great. $200. Call 406-8717496 for more information. (6/1).
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WINDOW: vinyl 2 vent/3 pane window, new, 84” X 28”, $100 obo. 596-1906. (5/25). NINTENDO DS with 6 games, $100 obo. 648-4411. (5/25). NEVER FISHED SAGE XP fly rod, 9 ft. 6 wt. 2 piece. The perfect float trip rod for the Gunnison. With fabric sock, metal sage tube and blank warranty card. $400. 720-281-1418. (6/1).
DAILY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: 7am, 7 days a week, Babb Hall, 307 West Virginia Avenue. (5/25).
GOLD AND SILVER AT RECORD HIGH PRICES: Change your old rings and broken chains to cash. Silver Queen Jewelry, 134 North Main, 641-9021.
TURBO 350 TRANSMISSION: core in good cond., good for rebuild, make offer 641-8005.
FULL SIZE BED: that is in great shape, need to sell, moving away $60, 970-417-7571. (5/25).
ALWAYS ACCEPTING your unwanted lawnmowers, rototillers, and snowblowers. 275-3135
TEACHER’S DESK from original WSC student union in good condition. Laminate top, hard wood lower, 3 drawers plus pull-out extension. Free! Can deliver. Call 720-940-6773. (6/1).
COOKING PANS: Both rarely used. 17”D x 1 1/2”D with handles. $60 obo. Also have Atlasmetal steel wok. 14”D with wooden handles and lid. $40 obo. Call 720-940-6773. (6/1).
9-1-1 IS FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY. Dial 641-8000 for nonemergent situations. (5/25).
Need Trees? Want to Contribute? Let us help you! Only 30 Aspen trees left from the Duster Wrestling fundraiser. Great Deal $35.00 per tree. Call Matt 641-2843.
LADDER/LUMBER RACK FOR SALE. Fits Toyota Tacoma or like truck. Good condition, $100. 970-596-3054 (6/1).
BIG GAME MOUNTS: elk, deer. Personal collection. Very reasonable prices. 275-4997. (5/25).
FOR SALE: entertainment center, 3 glass shelves, dark wood trim, $100. 209-7921. (5/25).
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR: $100. 970-281-2375. (5/25).
FOR SALE: Set of wood twin headboards w/frames $35/ea. or $50/both. Solid oak dining table, approx. 5ft. long + 4 leaves (seats about 10-12), needs refinishing, asking $100. 209-4375
DID YOU KNOW... GUNNISON HEARING CENTER is your local choice for hearing evaluations, hearing aids and repairs. 641-2814. (5/25/18).
WANTED: one sheet of plywood 7’x4’, 1” thick. 970-209-4389.
RIDING LAWNMOWER: Poulon, 2 yrs. old. New battery. 15.5 amps w/38.5 spread. $800. 6484320. (5/25).
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150’ OF FENCE with 2 gates, poles, $50. 808-292-8000.
Wood Fired Pizza has arrived in the valley! A mobile restaurant that brings our wood fired oven to you! Using local ingredients and cooking with an old world artisan fire! 970-209-9711 www.innerfiremobile.com
LOOKING TO BUY: women’s road bike, reasonably priced in good cond. 641-6963. (5/25).
OTTOMAN FOR SALE: Two tone brown, 27” square, 18” high, excellent condition, $25, call 6410944. (6/1).
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JORGENSEN PARK 100 S. Teller St. It’s not too late to start or join a team! Contact Kim Eastman 970.596.9457 or @gmail.com gkimmie07@
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! If you are not using and utilizing Video Depositions of all your cases... you are likely to lose your court cases! Video Depositions are by RMTV... state of the art, legal document videos in all 50-states; and are much more effective than paper to the jury. Call today for information about this new and unique opportunity for the legal profession— here in the Gunnison Country. Rocky Mountain Television, 641-0197, or email... email@example.com. (5/25/75).
PRIJON SEA KAYAK: includes rudder, paddle, spray skirt, storage bag, hand pump, paddle float, and boat cart. Foam bulkheads need replacement, one neoprene hatch gasket is missing, and rudder requires new rigging. $150 obo. David 970-901-9688. Photo: www.davidgrosscreative.com/cbs outhsale.html. (6/1).
QUEEN SIZE PILLOW TOP MATTRESS SET: $40 obo. 720-6358849. (6/1).
REDFEATHER BLACKHAWK SNOWSHOES. Black in color. Rarely used, good condition. 30”L x 9”W. $60 obo. Call 720-9406773. (6/1).
NO DOGS PERMITTED: There are no dogs permitted on WSC Campus, so please, leave your dogs at home during class. (5/25).
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HOME THEATER SPEAKERS W/ SUBWOOFER - $65. Onkyo. 2 front speakers; 2 surround speakers; 1 center speaker; and 1 powered subwoofer. Models SKF-100; SKM-100; SKC-100; SKW-100. Color: Black. Great condition. 349-0872. (5/25).
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FOR SALE: Full size punching bag with chains. $40. 303-9090567. (5/25). FREE: pile of dirt great for a garden, you load and haul. Please call 641-4581. (6/1).
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