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welcome back western students!
41st year, volume 42
january 7, 2015
SPRING 2015 Course Offerings
Register online at western.edu/es
EXTENDED STUDIES
970.943.2885
AVALANCHE LEVEL I
Crested
Butte
ABSTRACT SERIES IN
38099, 38100, 38101, ROE
AM ERICAN
A CRY LIC Cres ted But te
A L M U E R Z O : L U N C H H O U R E L D E R W I S DO M C I R C L E
297, 1 credit, $100 + $350
R E D C R O S S C PR
SPANISH
Ivy Walker
Lana S. Leonard
course fee
Tami Maciejko
Karen Immerso
38047, NON CREDIT, $55 +
38086, NON CREDIT, $80
1/23/2015-1/25/2015;
3/3/2015-3/19/2015
38069, NON CREDIT, $50
38081, NON CREDIT, $90
$20 materials fee
2/4/2015-3/11/2015
Tuesday, Thursday, 6:00PM- 2/18/2015
1/27/2015-3/17/2015
4/25/2015
Wednesday, 1:00PM-3:30PM 2/13/2015-2/15/2015;
3/6/2015-3/8/2015
8:00PM
Wednesday, 6:30PM-9:30PM Tuesday, 11:45AM-1:00PM
Saturday, 9:00AM-1:00PM
I N T R O D U C T I O N T O T A R O T Friday, Saturday, Sunday,
8:00AM-5:00PM
AM ERICAN RED
B E GI N N I N G
B A T I K : T H E A R T O F U SI N G T R A C K I N G
Kristal Reisinger
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C ROS S F I RS T A ID
SPANISH SPEAKERS
WAX R ES IS T S AND DYES
38097, 38088, 38089, NON
MIC ROS OFT A CCES S
Irwin Guides.
O N F A B R I C A N D P A PE R
Tami Maciejko
Karen Immerso
CREDIT, $20 per session
Crystal Long
38070, NON CREDIT, $50
Gail Sovick
2/11/2015, 3/11/2015,
38082, NON CREDIT, $90
AVALANCHE LEVEL II
2/25/2015
38048, NON CREDIT, $110 + 38061, NON CREDIT, $100
4/15/2015
1/26/2015-3/30/2015
Crested Butte
2/6/2015-4/17/2015
Wednesday, 6:30PM-9:30PM Monday, 5:45PM-7:00PM
$35 materials fee
Wednesday, 2:00PM38103, 38104, ROE 297, 1
Friday, 6:30PM-9:30PM
1/26/2015-3/9/2015
4:00PM
credit, $100 + $500 course
C ERTI FIED
SPANISH
Monday, 6:00PM-8:30PM
fee
COMMUNICATION
P E R SO N A L T R A I N I N G
K U NDA L I NI R EIK I
CO NVERS ATIO NS
1/15/2015-1/18/2015;
EXPLORI NG COLORED
G ET T ING P A ID
Ryan Weatherwax
Paulette Hansen
Karen Immerso
2/19/2015-2/22/2015
PENCIL Crested Bu tte
TO TALK: AN
38071, NON CREDIT, $90
38083, NON CREDIT, $90
38090, NON CREDIT, $60
Thursday-Sunday, 8:00AMINT R ODU CTI ON
3/9/2015-5/6/2015
Laura Elm
1/26/2015-3/30/2015
2/5/2015-2/19/2015
6:00PM
T O P R O F E SS I O N A L
Wednesday, 6:30PM-8:05PM Monday, 7:15PM-8:30PM
38050, NON CREDIT, $75 +
Thursday, 6:00PM-8:00PM
Students must register with
V OIC E-OV E RS
$20 materials fee
Irwin Guides.
I S S H IN- RYU K A RA T E
M I N D F U L N E SS
3/5/2015-4/2/2015
Jenny Marcotte
GOVERNMENT
MED ITATI ON
Paul Dziekan
Thursday, 5:15PM-7:15PM
38063, NON CREDIT, $20
AND LAW
CROSS COUNTRY SKI FOR
4/29/2015
Sherrill Stenson
38072, NON CREDIT, $120
I NT RODU C T ION T O
FUN AND FITN ES S
H O W T O PA I N T A
Wednesday, 6:30PM38092,
NON
CREDIT,
$20
2/3/2015-4/16/2015
AM ERIC AN
Crested Butte
P O R T R A I T Crested Butte
9:00PM
1/28/2015-4/8/2015
Tuesday, Thursday, 7:00PM- G O V E R N M E N T
Rebecca Dussault
Megan Craver
Wednesday,
7:00PM8:30PM
Sarah Coleman
38105, NON CREDIT, $75 +
38049, NON CREDIT, $130 + T W O H O U R S T O
8:00PM
38085, NON CREDIT, $20
XC day pass
BETTER WRI TI NG
JAI YOGA
$35 materials fee
2/9/2015-4/8/2015
1/10/2015 and 1/31/2015
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Janet Smith
Sherrill Stenson
Monday, 6:00PM-7:15PM
Saturday, 12:00PM-3:00PM
Monday, 6:00PM-8:00PM
Paulette Hansen
38064, NON CREDIT, $20
38073, NON CREDIT, $120
38091,
NON
CREDIT,
$20
4/8/2015
2/17/2015-5/7/2015
OUR COURTS Salid a
EMT IN T ERMEDI A T E
BIOLOGY
1/29/2015
Wednesday, 5:30PM-7:30PM Tuesday, Thursday, 6:45PM- Judge Steven Patrick
Erik
Forsythe
Thursday, 6:00PM-8:00PM
8:00PM
BAS I C BIRD ING
38113, 38114, 38115, 38116,
38140, ESS 397, 4 credits,
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Jeffrey J. Ewert
NON CREDIT, $15 per session
$300 + $2200 course fee
SELF DEFENSE SEMINAR
POWERPOI NT TO
LIFEGUARD TRAINING
38052, CEU 1, $80
38117, CEU 1 for attending
1/13/2015-7/2/2015
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Rick
Martinez
Tami
Maciejko
38051, NON CREDIT, $80
all sessions, $50
CONVEY IDEAS
38093, 38094, NON CREDIT, Tuesday, Thursday, 6:00PM38074, NON CREDIT, $90
4/18/2015-5/02/2015
1/24/2015, 2/21/15, 3/7/2015,
10:00PM
$40
Crystal
Long
2/3/2015-5/7/2015
Saturday, 10:00AM-12:00PM
4/11/2015
Saturday, 9:00AM-6:00PM
38065, NON CREDIT, $90
Tuesday, Thursday, 9:30AM- Saturday, 10:00AM-12:00PM 3/7/2015 or 4/7/20154/8/2015
2/4/2015-4/15/2015
10:45AM
COLORAD O
IN TRODUCTI ON
Saturday, 9:00AM-1:00PM,
Wednesday, 6:30PM-8:30PM
BIRDS OF PREY
S EL EC T ED IS S U ES IN
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or Tuesday & Wednesday,
CO NS T IT U T I ONA L L A W
Jeffrey J. Ewert
Jeffrey J. Ewert
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6:00PM-8:00PM
AND POLICY Crested
38054, CEU 1, $80
38096, NON CREDIT, $75
T O W RIT E B OOK S A ND
Leia Morrison
Bu tte
38053, NON CREDIT, $80
4/7/2015-4/28/2015
WOM ENMS CRESTONE
A RT IC L ES
38075, NON CREDIT, $40
2/23/2015-4/13/2015
Richard A. Allen
Tuesday, 6:30PM-8:30PM
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4/18/2015
Crystal
Long
Monday, 7:00PM-9:00PM
38218, NON CREDIT, $20
Leia Morrison & Susan
Saturday, 11:00AM-2:00PM
38066, NON CREDIT, $90
1/20/2015-3/24/2015
IN T RODU CT I ON T O
Searle
2/5/2015-4/16/2015
EQUINE ENCOUNTER S
Tuesday, 5:00PM-6:30PM
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38095, NON CREDIT, $250 +
Thursday, 6:30PM-8:30PM
Nancy Klifman
Justin
Barr
SM ALL APPARATUS
transportation
38055, NON CREDIT, $80
HISTORY
38107, NON CREDIT, $60
5/15/2015-5/17/2015
Kenny
Marks
COOKING
3/4/2015-4/15/2015
1/14/2015-2/4/2015
H I S T O R Y O F T H E C R E S T E D Friday, Saturday, Sunday
38076, NON CREDIT, $120
Wednesday, 5:30PM-7:00PM C O O K I N G W I T H
Wednesday, 12:00PMBU T T E A R E A C r e st e d
1/12/2015-2/25/2015
WHOLE FOODS
1:00PM
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PSYCHOLOGY
Monday, Wednesday,
IN TRODUCTI ON TO
Rachel Alter
Duane Vandenbusche
5:30PM-6:30PM
HERBALISM AND
TH E IMP AC T OF TRAUMA
38062, NON CREDIT, $90 +
P A D I S C U B A C L A SS
38084, NON CREDIT, $100
FORAGING FOR
ON CHILDREN AND
$75 food ingredients fee
Donna
Sloan-Adams
1/22/2015-4/16/15
P OW ER V INY A S A Y OG A
LOCAL PLANTS
BUILDING HEALTHY
2/19/2015-4/16/2015
38106, NON CREDIT, $250 +
Thursday, 7:00PM-8:30PM
Crystal
Southall
ATTACHME NT
Briana Rose Wiles
Thursday, 5:30PM-6:30PM
$40 manual fee
38077, NON CREDIT, $120
38056, NON CREDIT, $80 +
Michelle
Elias
3/6/2015-3/8/2015
HISTORY OF THE
1/27/2015-4/16/2015
INT R ODU CT I ON
$20 materials fee
38111, CEU 1, $125
Friday, 6:00PM-8:00PM
GUNNISON COUNTRY
Tuesday,
Thursday,
2:00PMT O C OOK ING
3/19/2015-4/30/2015
Saturday, Sunday, 8:30AMDuane
Vandenbusche
3:15PM
Thursday, 5:00PM-6:30PM
38112, NON CREDIT, $125
Tricia Timney and Victorya
12:00PM & 1:30PM-5:30PM
38173, NON CREDIT, $100
2/3/2015-3/10/2015
Spiller
1/12/2015-4/27/2015
S U N RIS E V IN YA S A
BUSINESS
Tuesday, 5:00PM-7:30PM
38123, NON CREDIT, $90 +
WI L D E R N E SS
Monday, 6:00PM-8:30PM
FLO W YOGA
food
ingredients
fee
TBA
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E XC E L F O R B U SI N E S S
Leia Morrison
RECREATION
1/26/2015-4/27/2015
WMI of NOLS
Chris KSmittyL Smith
MUSIC
38078,
NON
CREDIT,
$120
AND OUTDOOR
Monday, 5:00PM-7:30PM
38108, ROE 397, 3
38057, NON CREDIT, $225
1/12/2015-3/12/2015
B E GI N N I N G GU IT A R
EDUCATION
credits, $165 + plus course
2/3/2015-3/12/2015
Monday, Wednesday,
Jesse Irons
DANCE
fee
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Tuesday, Thursday, 6:30PM7:00AM-8:00AM
38124, NON CREDIT, $200
3/21/2015-3/29/2015
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BEG IN NIN G
8:30PM
1/28/2015-3/11/2015
8:00AM-5:00PM
BALLROOM DANC E
Paul
Duba
V I N Y A SA Y O GA
Wednesday, 5:00PMStudents must register with
FOUNDATIONS OF
38097,
NON
CREDIT,
$80
Rita Bohn and Bob Wojtko
Sherrill Stenson
6:00PM
WMI of NOLS.
IN V ES T ING
4/17/2015-4/19/2015
38067, NON CREDIT, $80
38122, NON CREDIT, $120
Friday,
Saturday,
Sunday
1/26/2015-3/9/2015
Steve Ogden
2/17/2015-5/8/2015
I NT ERME DIATE
WI L D E R N E SS F I R S T
Monday, 6:00PM-7:00PM
38058, NON CREDIT, $60
Tuesday, Thursday, 5:15PM- G U I T A R
RESPONDER
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2/5/2015-3/5/2015
6:30PM
Jesse Irons
RECERT IF I CA T I ON
OUTDOOR ED UCATORS
BEG IN NIN G
Thursday, 6:00PM-8:30PM
38125, NON CREDIT, $200
WMI
of NOLS
COUNTRY /WESTER N
Michael
J.
Zawaski
Z U M B A GO L D
1/28/2015-3/11/2015
38109, ROE 397, 1 credit, $55
DANCE
38126,
NON
CREDIT,
$80
LUN CH B REAK
Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:30PM
+ plus course fee
4/24/2015-4/26/2015
Rita Bohn and Bob Wojtko
K a r en Im m er s o
3/6/2015-3/8/2015
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
38068, NON CREDIT, $80
38080, NON CREDIT, $40
8:00AM-5:00PM
1/26/2015-3/9/2015
1/21/2015-3/11/2015
Students must register
Monday, 7:30PM-8:30PM
Wednesday, 12:15PM-1:00PM
with WMI of NOLS.
ART
G RA NT W RI T ING
Maryo Ewell
38060, CEU 1, $80
38059, NON CREDIT, $80
EXERCISE AND
SPORT SCIENCE
FOREIGN
LANGUAGE
PERSONAL
INTEREST
WESTERN STATE COLORADO UNIVERSITY Extended Studies 600 North Adams St., Gunnison, CO 81231 970.943.2885
january 7, 2015
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SENIOR CITIZENS CALENDAR
THE YOUNG AT HEART LUNCHEON TAKES PLACE AT THE
COMMUNITY CENTER AT 200 E. SPENCER, GUNNISON
Thursday, January 8, 2015
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym CLOSED
(Requires membership or drop-in fee)
Friday, January 9
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Baked Chicken
Monday, January 12
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Half Chef Salad/Soup
Tuesday, January 13
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym
(Requires membership or drop-in fee)
Wednesday, January 14
11 - 12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Chili
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. Walking in the GYM is FREE on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday in Association with the YAH luncheon.
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.
NEED A RIDE TO THE LUNCHES - Just a phone
call away. The Senior Bus is available in a 5 mile radius of
town 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. for persons needing a ride to and
from YAH Senior Meals. Please Call 970-596-6700 to arrange
for a ride before 9:00 a.m.
BOOMERS’ BOOK CLUB will
meet next Wednesday, January
7th in the W Mountain room of the
Community Recreation Center at
1:15 in the afternoon. We will be
discussing “A Certain Justice” by
P. D. James. Book selections in
upcoming months are: “Bring Up
The Bodies” by Hilary Mantel on
February 4th and “Plainsong” by
Kurt Haruf on March 4th. All are
welcome. Bring a friend. Ginny
Koepsel at 641-3046 (1/7).
H&R BLOCK ACA Q&A DAY:
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has
introduced more than 46 changes
to the tax code. Most people don’t
know how they will be impacted.
On Thursday, Jan. 8, H&R Block
offices nationwide will be open for
an ACA Q&A Day, including the
office in Gunnison, located at 123
W. Virginia Ave. Dennis Schock,
owner of the Gunnison office, will
be available from 9am-7pm. that
day. He can provide a free ACA
Tax Impact Analysis a personalized review of how an individual
consumer’s taxes may be affected by the ACA so they can fully
understand how changes may
impact their 2014 tax return and
potentially their refund. No
appointment is necessary. 970648-4421. (1/7/pd/126).
TALK TO A LAWYER FOR
FREE: Thursday Night Bar (legal
advice clinic), first Thursday of
each month (in January it will be
on the 8th), at the Family Services
Building, 225 N. Pine St.,
Gunnison, 5:30 p.m. Call Ellen for
more information 641-7999 (1/7).
HABLE CON UN ABOGADO
GRATIS: Clínica de consulta legal
gratis el primer jueves de cada
mes (en enero será el día 8) en
edificio de Servicios Familiares,
225 N. Pine St., Gunnison a las
5:30 de la tarde. Llame a Ellen
para obtener más información
970-641-7999. (1/7).
BOOK TALK AT THE GAC: Join
the GAC’s Book Talk on January 8
(from 7-8pm in the GAC) to discuss Still Life by Louise Penney:
Chief Inspector Armand Gamache
of the Surêté du Québec and his
team of investigators are called
into the scene of a suspicious
death in a rural village south of
Montreal. Open to the public
more
info
at
[email protected] or gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/7).
BINGO EVERY TUESDAY at the
Elks Lodge, 7:30pm. (1/7).
222 1/2 north main, gunnison, colorado 81230
TIMOTHY
WHITE
ARTIST
RECEPTION: Thursday, January
8, 5:30-7:30pm. Free. “American
Prosperity” is a series of mixed
media wall panels exploring the
narrative of old buildings and
abandoned places through the
use of photographs, cast concrete, and acrylics on wood. Each
piece begins with a photograph of
a building or part of a building and
enlarges on the feeling it evokes
by incorporating it into a larger
non-photographic panel. The
resulting pieces of art invite you in
to explore their stories. Show runs
Monday, January 5-Monday,
January 19. At the Piper Gallery.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487, 606 Sixth Street,
Crested Butte (1/7).
KIDS COOK! FOR TEENS starts
Jan 9 & 13. For teens grades 6
and up - learn to cook a new meal
each week, plus kitchen skills,
shopping and nutrition basics, and
tips for healthy lifestyles. New
themes for 2015 include “Culinary
Classics” and “Around the World.”
In Gunnison, Fridays, 4-6pm. In CB
Tuesdays, 5-7pm. Registration
open. Scholarships available.
More info: 970-417-7848 or
[email protected]
rg. (1/7).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON te invita a una
reunión comunitaria el viernes 9
de enero a las 6:30p.m. en el
sótano de la iglesia catolica. Más
información 970-209-1807 (1/7).
TONY FURTADO: Friday, January
9. 8pm. $20, Banjo and slide
multi-genre master. Crested Butte
Center for the Arts. For comprehensive event information and
tickets visit www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487, or the
Center’s box office at 606 Sixth
Street in Crested Butte from 9am5pm Monday through Friday. You
can also find us on facebook!
(1/7).
RECYCLED FASHION DESIGN
WORKSHOPS: “TIME TRAVEL”.
Leap back in time and into the
future with the Recycled Fashion
Design Workshops! The theme is
“Time Travel”. This year we are
offering two fashion design workshops one for Adults and one for
Kids and Adults. Learn how to cut,
sew, rip, glue, slice and tie your
own recycled fashion in time for
the “Time Travel Fashion Exhibit”
in February. Fashion designs and
work on an approach for bringing
those ideas to life! Start collecting
old clothes, materials and other
recycled objects now! Workshop
#1 is Thu., January 8th from 69pm (Ages 16-Adult) & Workshop
#2 is Sat., January 10th from 14pm (Ages 8-Adult). $25 per
workshop. Pre-registration is
extremely helpful. 641-4029,
102
S.
Main
St.,
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (1/7).
HEY! YOU ON THE BIKE!
Please, don’t ride on the sidewalks. Thanks. (1/7).
the Senior Scoop
Your source for current local happenings…
SCAM ALERT: The Sherriff’s Office is warning of several telephone scams
they have received reports on. First is a scam claiming to be the IRS and they
are requesting personal information. Second is a scam claiming you can
receive extraordinary awards, like $2 million dollars, and a new Mercedes
when you purchase a certain money card. Lastly is a scam claiming that the
caller is a relative who is in trouble and needs money. Never give out
personal or financial information over the phone. Remember, if it sounds
too good to be true, it probably is. If you have questions, contact the
Sherriff’s Office at 641-1113.
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION: Beginning January 1, 2015, Gunnison
County Sr. Transportation will offer rides to local (in Gunnison) medical
appointments on Tuesdays from 9am-4pm. Please call 596-6700 at least 24
hours before your appointment to reserve your ride. We will continue to
offer transportation Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9am-4pm for other
errands, appointments, YAH lunch and Boomer’s activities.
BRAINSTRONG: is Gunnison Valley’s own homegrown support group for
people with all types of brain injury and caregivers of people with brain
injury. Our goal is to provide support and education for survivors,
caregivers, and all member s of the community who would like to learn more
about brain injury recovery. The group meets on the last Monday of every
month from 12-1pm in the conference room at Gunnison valley Hospital.
Come share your stories and concerns and learn about resources! The group
often hosts presentations and webinars on helpful topics for supporting the
recovery process. Come join us and bring your lunch!
BOOMERS BOOK CLUB: Will meet next Wednesday, January 7th in the
W Mountain room of the community center at 1:15pm. We will be discussing
“A Certain Justice” by P.D. James. Book selections for upcoming months are
“Bring up the Bodies” by Hilary Mantel on Feb 4th, and “Plainsong” by Kurt
Haruf on March 4th. All are welcome. Bring a friend. Any questions, call
Ginny Koepsel at 641-3046.
VISITING ANGELS NOW IN GUNNISON: Need help with meals,
cleaning, errands, personal hygiene or just caring conversation? One of our
angels can be there for you for 3 to 24 hours a day. Call us at 970-264-5991
for more information. We love to care.
THE SENIOR SCOOP is brought to you by: The Gunnison Home Association &
FREE COOKING
MATTERS
CLASSES will be offered to qualifying individuals on Fridays from
11-1pm from January 9-February
13 at the Fred Field Multipurpose
Building kitchen. In this incomebased, 6-week session taught by
trained chef and registered nutritionist, you will learn how to shop
smart and cook healthy, low-cost
meals for you and your family. If
interested, contact Jessica at
724-421-7357. (1/7).
PLEASE JOIN US FOR MEETING OF INMIGRANTES UNIDOS
DE GUNNISON on Friday,
January 9 at 6:30pm at St.
Peter’s church basement. For
more information 970-209-1807.
gary rogers - executive, sales, etc, etc... joellen fonken - production head, manager, etc...
kadie graham - want ad specialist, filemaker pro, etc... nicki anderson - email expert, phones, phones, etc...
fre e p erso nal
wa n t- ad s
d e a d l i n e 1 0 : 0 0 a m tu e s d a y s
f or s a le non-business; automotive,
household, sporting equipment,
miscellaneous • l ost & f oun d
h e l p w a n te d • w a n te d to b uy
ya rd sa les • ann ou nc em en ts non-profit
ra nc hin g • mo tori zed
c a r s & t r uc k s
fax 970.641.3101
[email protected]
www.gunnisonshopper.com
office hours
mondays & tuesdays 8:00 to 5:30,
closed wednesdays - delivery day,
thursdays by appointment,
fridays 8:00 to 4:30.
subscriptions
1 year $55 • 6 months $28 • 3 months $14 • 1 month $5
LOCAL, Organic
& Non-GMO
Groceries...
Always Have-Always Will Be REAL FOOD!
804 North Main In Gunnison Vitamin
970-641-5928
MON - SAT : Store 8 - 8; Cafe 8 - 7:00
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THIS WEEK AT THE
GUNNISON ARTS CENTER
Cabaret: “The Good, the Bad & the Ugly”
The Gunnison Arts Center has just the thing to chase away those January blues!
One fun night of live cabaret songs brought to you by the cast of “Getting it Wright” (almost).
“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” will incorporate show tunes and dances both sweet and
saucy and simply downright bad! Costumed and staged cabaret style in the ambiance of the
Main Gallery, this show promises to be an evening of hilarious fun. Friday, January 16th
doors and cocktails at 7:00, show starts at 7:30 p.m. Cash bar will be open with apps and
dessert available for purchase. General admission $15. Recommended for mature audiences.
Recycled Fashion Design Workshops: “Time Travel”
Leap back in time and into the future with the Recycled Fashion Design
Workshops! The theme is “Time Travel.” This year we are offering two fashion design workshops: one for Adults and one for Kids and Adults. Learn how to cut, sew, rip, glue, slice and
tie your own recycled fashion in time for the “Time Travel Fashion Exhibit” in February. The
instructor will help you develop your own creative and unique fashion designs and work on
an approach for bringing those ideas to life! Start collecting old clothes, materials and other
recycled objects now! The first Workshop is Thursday January 8th from 6:00 p.m. –8:30
p.m., (Ages 16-Adult) & the second Workshop is Saturday, January 10th from 1:00 – 4:00
p.m., (Ages 8 – Adult). It is only $25 per workshop. Pre-registration is extremely helpful.
SonofaGunn Auditions!
Have you always wanted to be part of live theater? Here’s your big chance to fulfill
that dream! You can be a part of the hilarious Gunnison Valley comedy tradition. Come try
out for the 26th year of SonofaGunn on January 13th or 20th at 5:00 p.m. You only need
attend one night of the auditions and scripts will be provided. Actors, actresses, stage tech,
costume designers, volunteers, young and old; you are all welcome to audition!
NEW
EW 30 minute
minute classes including:
Paint Your Own Pottery
Join the Gunnison Arts Center Saturday and Sunday, January 10th and 11th from
1:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the Clay Studio for open Paint Your Own Pottery. Warm up Winter this
month with our great selection of bisque-ware items to choose from including plates, mugs,
bowls, animal collectibles and more! This is a great activity for kids and families! Prices of
the items range from $5 - $45. No sitting fee and all supplies and instruction are included in
the price. Please allow one week for piece to be kiln fired and ready for pick-up. We can ship
finished pieces for an additional charge.
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The Gunnison Arts Center, in collaboration with the Crested Butte Film Festival, is
excited to present the film “Point and Shoot” as the next selection in the Monthly Film
Series.
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Winner of the Best Documentary Award at the Tribeca Film Festival, Point And
Shoot follows Matthew VanDyke, a 26-year-old who left home in Baltimore in 2006 and set
off on a self-described “crash course in manhood.” He bought a motorcycle and a video camera and began a multi-year, 35,000-mile motorcycle trip through Northern Africa and the
Middle East. When a revolution broke out in Libya, he took up arms against Dictator
Muammar Gaddafi, was captured and imprisoned, and became an international media sensation.
Viewing will be Saturday, January 17th at 7:00 p.m. in the GAC Black Box Theater,
102 South Main Street. Popcorn and full bar will be available. Tickets are $10 and can be
purchased at the GAC, online at gunnisonartscenter.org, or by calling (970) 641-4029.
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Clay Classes for Adults and Kids
The world of clay is wide open, and this is your chance to get involved, get creative
and have fun! We have kids’ clay classes and adult clay classes beginning soon! The first 5week session of Creative Clay for Adults begins Wednesday, January 21st and runs through
February 18 (Wednesdays from 6:00 -9:00 p.m.). Clay Creators (Ages 6-10) begins January
20 - March 17, Tuesdays 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Kids Clay Wheel (Ages 11-15) begins January 22 March 12, Thursdays 4:00 -6:00 p.m. These classes are for beginners and beyond. Perfect if
you always wanted to try a clay class, learn new techniques and brush up on existing ones.
GAC Clay Studio. $125 for adult class and $120 for kids’ classes, includes all supplies.
Adult Dance Classes at the GAC
Come out and get your groove on this winter at the GAC! Stay active and keep the
winter blues at bay with one of our awesome dance classes. Most start the week of January
18th so mark your calendars! You can choose from Ballet/Barre Wednesdays 6:30 - 7:30
p.m., “Never Ever” Tap Mondays 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., Tap I Wednesdays 7:30 - 8:30 p.m., “Born
to Dance” Dance Fusion Tuesdays 7:30 - 8:30 p.m., Hip Hop Thursdays 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. and
Country Swing Dance Fridays 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. In February we will have Belly Dance
Mondays 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. and Clogging Saturdays 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. so keep an eye out for
those.
Youth Dance Classes at the GAC
Get your kids moving this winter with one of our awesome dance classes. They start
the week of January 18th so mark your calendars! You can choose from Mickies & Minnies:
Beginning Creative Movement (Ages 2-4) Mondays 10:15 - 11:00 a.m., Tap/Tumbling
Combo Ages 5-7 Mondays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. and Ages 8-12 Mondays 5:15 - 6:15 p.m.,
Ballet/Jazz Combo Ages 5-7 Wednesdays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. and Ages 8-12 Wednesdays 5:15
- 6:15 p.m., Youth Hip Hop Ages 5-7 Fridays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. and Ages 8-12 Fridays 5:00 6:00 p.m., Teen Hip Hop for Ages 13-18 will be Fridays 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Children’s Theatre Classes: “Hope’s Fairy Tale”
In this afterschool, three week children’s theatre program, instructor Alice Stern
will take students on a delightful adventure through “Hope’s Fairy Tale”, a unique production written and directed by Alice, using animated puppets alongside human actors.
Students will learn basic stage terms and presence, theatre skills including puppeteering and
will memorize their lines in this 45 minute play as they soar through princess Hope’s kingdom and learn what true beauty is. Open to students ages 7 - 14. Rehearsals are Monday Thursdays from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m., January 19th - February 5th in the Gunnison Arts Center’s
theatre. “Hope’s Fairy Tale” performances will be on Saturday, February 7th at 3:00 and
5:00 p.m. $100 for the full 3 week tuition. Space is limited, Min 5 and Max 10 students. Preregister at gunnisonartscenter.org, (970) 641-4029 or at 102 S. Main St.
GUNNISON
COMPETITION
DANCERS WILL BE HOLDING
BINGO at the Elks Lodge this
Friday, January 9th at 7pm.
Tickets are $10. Call 209-0242 ,
or purchas at the door. (1/7).
2ND ANNUAL MINER’S BALL
THIS FRIDAY: Support your local
Museum! The second annual
Miner’s Ball is taking place this
Friday, January 9th at Kochevar’s
from 6-10pm. This is the major
FUNdraiser for the Crested Butte
Mountain Heritage Museum for
this winter. Doors open at 10pm
for dancing only for a donation to
support the Museum. Tickets are
$75 and a limited number are still
available at the Museum, which is
open from 11am-5pm daily. Raffle
tickets are being sold at the
Museum and the post office.
Everyone is encouraged to buy
raffle tickets, as you need not be
present to win. 349-1880. (1/7).
People are raving about it!
If you haven’t already
taken advantage of the
FREE WiFi through IC Connex
what are you waiting for?
Service is free
until January 15th.
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/30)
Gunnison Valley Youth Fiddlers
The Gunnison Valley Youth Fiddlers (GVYF) is a group strings program open to
students grade 2-12 focusing on the violin, viola, cello and upright bass following the Suzuki
method. Students will learn from the ground up and share in all musical traditions from classical to bluegrass, to rock and beyond! Students will have weekly group lessons in their
respective level on Tuesdays. On Thursdays students will receive 30 minute semi-private lessons. Student must provide their own instrument and music books. We have a talented and
wonderful group of local string instructors! Classes run January 13th – April 30th. Twinklers
– beginning students will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Allegros – returning Twinklers will meet Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Cost is $210 for 15 weeks
(22 classes).
For more information, to register or purchase tickets please call 970-641-4029,
visit gunnisonartscenter.org or stop by 102 South Main Street.
THE 3RD ANNUAL MAGIC
MEADOWS 7 will be Saturday,
January 10th from 8am-3pm at
the Magic Meadows Yurt. On your
own or on a team, in spandex or
in costume, ski against the clock
or just come hang out at the
Magic Meadows Yurt during this 7
hour community ski event, a
fundraiser for the Crested Butte
and Gunnison Nordic Teams. Cost
of entry is $25 or $50 in pledges.
Lunch and beverages will be provided and there will be a raffle for
a pair of Icelandic Vanguard backcountry skis.
cbnordic.org.
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Nepalese,Tibetan
& Indian Restaurant
323 E. Tomichi
(970) 641-7480
Reservations & Takeout
Stop in and talk to Pemba about trekking in Nepal
OPEN 7 Days a Week
Lunch: 11AM - 2:30PM Dinner: 5 - 9:30PM
THE HISTORY OF THE GUNNISON COUNTRY is taught by
Duane Vandenbusche on Monday
evenings from 6:00-8:30pm in
Kelley Hall, room 201 beginning
on January 12. The course covers
Gunnison country history from
1600 to the present. The course
highlights the Utes, Spanish exploration, fur trade and mountain
men, explorers, gold and silver
mining camps, narrow gauge railroads, ranching, water, the towns
of Gunnison and Crested Butte,
recreation, Western State and the
present. The course features slide
show presentations and videos on
Gunnison, Crested Butte, ranching, the Black Canyon, and skiing.
Contact
Western
Extended
Studies at 970.943.2885 or
western.edu/es to register. (1/7).
HOW TO PAINT A PORTRAIT:
Mondays, January 12-March 9, 68pm. $130 + $35 supply fee.
Learn to draw the structure of the
human face and to blend your own
paints to get the perfect tone.
This class gives you all the skills
you need to continue painting on
your own. No experience necessary. Instructor: Megan Craver.
Class meets Mondays for eight
weeks with no class on February
16. www.crestedbuttearts.org;
970-349-7487 (1/7).
MORNING ENGLISH CLASSES
begin Tuesday, January 13,
8:30am at the Family Services
Center, 225 N. Pine. All are welcome! For more information call
the Center for Adult & Family
Education (CAFE), 970-641-7684
or come to class. (1/14).
Gunnison Recreation & Community Center
Winter Park and Recreation Programs
are starting!
Visit our virtual brochure at
www.tinyurl.com/2014-2015WinterSpring brochure for dates, times, and
more information on all of our Winter Programs.
More information at www.gunnisonrec.com
200 East Spencer Avenue 970-641-8060
PAINT YOUR OWN POTTERY:
Join the Gunnison Arts Center
Saturday and Sunday, January
10th and 11th from 1-5pm in the
Clay Studio for open Paint Your
Own Pottery. Warm up Winter this
month with our great selection of
bisque-ware items to choose from
including plates, mugs, bowls, animal collectibles and more! This is
a great activity for kids and families! Prices of the items range
from $5 - $45. No sitting fee and
all supplies and instruction are
included in the price. Please allow
one week for piece to be kiln fired
and ready for pick-up. 641-4029,
102
S.
Main
St.,
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (1/7).
CLASSIC NORDIC SKI SERIES
RESCHEDULED: Sat., Jan. 10 &
17, 10-Noon Learn to Kick and
Glide with Gregg Morin. Free with
Gunnison Nordic membership.
Call Gregg to reserve 970-6411137.
Brought to you by
Gunnison Nordic. (1/14).
SKATE SKI CLINICS with Duncan
Callahan, Sat. Jan 10 & 17, 10 11:30am. Free with Gunnison
Nordic membership. Call Duncan
to reserve your slot 970-2758950. Brought to you by Gunnison
Nordic. (1/14).
SUNDAYS @ THE YURT. A
Backcountry Bistro serving up hot
drinks, warm fires, sweet treats,
Nordic beta and local hospitali-tea!
On the Nordic trail system at
Magic Meadows. Sundays from
10-2. www.cbnordic.org (Pass
required. Pass free for kids and
elders. No pooches). (1/7).
SECOND SUNDAYS
COMMUNITY YOGA
January 11
Pay What You Can!
All Levels Welcome!
9am-10am
with Kadie Graham
CHECK OUT THE
NEW SCHEDULE!
www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
513 South Main St., Gunnison
(1/7)
SONOFAGUNN
AUDITIONS:
Have you always wanted to be
part of live theater? Here’s your
big chance to fulfill that dream!
Mark your calendars for the week
of January 12, 2015 to come out
and audition for SonofaGunn!
Exact dates and times for auditioning will be forthcoming so
keep your eyes peeled for details
online at gunnisonartscenter.org.
(1/7).
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES
begin Monday, January 12, 6pm
at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th. Improve
your math, reading, and writing
skills and/or prepare for the GED
exam. $10 fee for the semester.
Call 970-641-7684 for more info.
(1/7).
CELEBRATE RECOVERY MEETINGS: Tuesday, 6pm, Oh Be
Joyful Church, Crested Butte. Call
970-596-3846
or
go
to
www.ohbejoyfulchurch.org
for
more detailed information. (1/7).
GUNNISON VALLEY YOUTH
FIDDLERS (GVYF) is a group
strings program open to students
grade 2-12 focusing on the violin,
viola, cello and upright bass following the Suzuki method.
Student must provide their own
instrument and music books.
Classes run January 13th-April
30th. Twinklers beginning students will meet Tuesdays &
Thursdays, 4-5pm. Allegros
returning Twinklers will meet
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-6pm.
Cost is $210 for 15 weeks (22
classes).970-641-4029,
gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/7).
INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION at your local library Dr.
Jonathan Barfield, will present an
experiential, scientific and the psychological examination of the
process of meditation at your
local libraries. Special consideration will be given to the relationship of concentration and insight
in the meditative experience. He
will also explore the role of meditation and mindfulness in mending
attention deficit, on emotional regulation in mood disorders, and
other psychotherapeutic topics.
Participants of all levels will leave
with experiential instruction for
practice, foundational theory, and
ways to overcome various obstacles to meditation. In Crested
Butte on Tuesday, January 13th
and in Gunnison on Wednesday,
January 14th. Both events are at
7pm, free and open to the public.
641-3485 for more info. (1/14).
MARCHFOURTH MARCHING
BAND: Tuesday, January 13.
8pm. Early Bird through 1/6: $25;
Regular: $30, Vaudeville circus
and big band spectacular. Crested
Butte Center for the Arts. For
comprehensive event information
and tickets visit www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487, or the
Center’s box office at 606 Sixth
Street in Crested Butte from 9am5pm Monday through Friday.
(1/7).
SONOFAGUNN AUDITIONS! You
can be a part of the hilarious
Gunnison Valley comedy tradition.
Come try out for the 26th year of
SonofaGunn on January 13th or
20th at 5pm. You only need
attend one night of the auditions
and scripts will be provided.
Actors, actresses, stage tech,
costume designers, volunteers,
young and old; you are all welcome to audition! 970-641-4029,
visit gunnisonartscenter.org or
stop by 102 S. Main St. (1/7).
GUNNISON GETAWAY – BEST VALUE SKI
VACATION WITH OPTIONS GALORE
GREAT TOWN COMBINED WITH LIFT TICKET & LODGING STARTING AT
$51 PER PERSON, PER NIGHT
Gunnison is an outdoor recreation mecca that is the home of choice for Olympians
and other elite athletes and conveniently located only 30 miles from world-class skiing and
snowboarding at Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR). Gunnison and nearby Almont
lodging properties have teamed up with CBMR to offer Gunnison Getaway vacation packages that in most cases cost a fair amount less than buying only a lift ticket.
Ski Vacation Value – Gunnison Getaway
Affordable ski and snowboard vacations to “Colorado’s Last Great Ski Town” just
got better with the Gunnison Getaway ski package. Snow-lovers can stay in Gunnison and
ski Crested Butte Mountain Resort, only a scenic 30-mile drive or free bus ride away, and
enjoy ridiculously low rates all season long. Sample per person, per night rates based on
double occupancy during value season (January 6 – February 6 and March 24 – April 6,
2015) start at just $51/pp at Wanderlust Hostel, $78/pp at Comfort Inn and $83/pp at
Almont Resort for a cabin and include lodging and lift ticket.
During regular season, February 7 – March 23, 2015, sample starting rates include
$89 at Alpine Inn or Quality Inn, $94 at Econo Lodge and $109 at The Inn at Tomichi
Village. Check www.GunnisonGetaways.com for many additional participating properties
as well as rates for young adults and children.
“Considering that the normal daily lift ticket price is $103 to $106 for adults from
now until the end of ski season, Gunnison Getaway offers an incredible value,” says John
Norton, interim executive director of the Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association.
Loads of Local Recreation Options
For those who prefer other outdoor activities or who enjoy mixing it up a bit on
their ski vacations, Gunnison offers a whole spectrum of outdoor and indoor recreation.
Jorgensen Event Center is a wealth of winter fun in one location with an indoor ice
facility, outdoor covered ice rink, frozen pond dedicated to open public skating, Nordic
trails and a unique jib park. Activities available on both the indoor and outdoor ice surfaces
include public skating, drop-in hockey and learn to skate classes. A concessions area
includes food and beverages, skate rentals and skate sharpening. Check the event center’s
website for public skate times, activity times and dates, and more.
Colorado’s largest body of water, Blue Mesa Reservoir in Curecanti National
Recreation Area just west of Gunnison, is Mother Nature’s contribution to local ice activities with natural ice available for skating and ice fishing. Local outfitters can assist with winter fishing adventures on Blue Mesa and area rivers.
Gunnison Nordic grooms approximately 50 kilometers of Nordic skiing trails in
the Gunnison area, including Hartman Rocks Recreation Area, Van Tuyl Ranch, Western
State Colorado University’s practice field, Jorgensen Park and Mill Creek. Trail maps and
trail reports are posted online, and there is no cost to use Gunnison’s Nordic trails. Another
great way to try out trails is on fat bikes, which are mountain bikes with huge tires meant
for snow and can be rented at All Sports Replay and Rock ‘N’ Roll Sports.
Gunnison has a small downhill ski area, Cranor Ski Hill, open on Saturdays and
Sundays from 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and on local school holidays as snow conditions allow.
Cranor Ski Hill, perfect for new skiers and families, was constructed as a private ski ranch
in 1962 and now is owned by the City of Gunnison. Tickets for ages 5 – 16 cost $10, adults
$14, and seniors (62 and over) and kids under age 5 are free.
When the mood strikes to head indoors, Gunnison’s Community Center has an
indoor swimming pool with slides, a large rock climbing wall, gym, gymnastics room and
game room for all ages to enjoy. Western State Colorado University’s new Mountaineer
Fieldhouse features an indoor track, fitness center, climbing wall, foam pit and more. The
impressive 65,000-square-foot facility is open to the public.
Skiing, Fishing & Boot Camp Events
Gunnison Nordic is presenting two types of Saturday clinics this winter, a Classic
Nordic Ski Series that started on Jan 3 and continues on January 10 from 10 a.m. to noon
and skate ski clinics on January 10 and 17 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. To sign up for the classic ski
classes, which start at Jorgensen Park, call instructor Gregg Morin at (970) 641-1137. For
the skate skiing clinics at Western State Colorado University’s practice field, contact
Duncan Callahan at (970) 275-8950. To take part, purchase a Gunnison Nordic membership at a cost of $15 for individuals and $25 for couples.
Ken Weichert (a.k.a. “SGT Ken”) is bringing his well-known Boot Camp fitness
program to Gunnison in partnership with local workout facility Colorado Fitness the weekend of January 30 – February 1. In addition to workout sessions, participants also can dine
and enjoy the outdoors with Weichert, who founded the longest-running Boot Camp fitness
program in America, START Fitness, and has starred is several best-selling fitness videos.
The six-time U.S. Army Soldier of the Year, Master Fitness Trainer, Master Resilience
Trainer, Counterintelligence Agent and decorated combat veteran has trained more than
350,000 soldiers and civilians through Operation Fit to Fight. On Friday, January 30 is an
early morning workout at Colorado Fitness, Boot Camp class at the Fred R. Field Western
Heritage Center at 5:30 p.m., and dinner at Garlic Mike’s. Saturday features a Boot Camp
class at 9 a.m. at the Western Heritage Center, followed by sledding on College Hill and
brunch on Sunday morning.
Kenny Mac Ski Fest is an event for Nordic lovers of all ages and abilities in
Gunnison on January 31 at Hartman Rocks Recreation Area or Mill Creek trails, depending
on snow conditions. Kids can tackle 1-, 3- and 5-kilometer races, while adults can compete
in 10- and 20-kilometer distances. New this year is the Cold Cash Snowflake Dash, a 5-kilometer scavenger hunt tour on Nordic skis. Watch Gunnison Nordic’s website for additional
details as they become available.
The fourth and final location of the 2014 - 2015 Tightline Outdoors Ice Addiction
Tournament Series wraps up at Blue Mesa Reservoir on February 7. The ice fishing competition runs from 8 a.m. to noon with the person landing the biggest single fish by weight,
regardless of species, winning $3,000.
Cultural Connections & Natural Wonders
Gunnison Arts Center has a full calendar of art workshops and exhibitions, paint
your own pottery sessions, and theatre productions as well as a monthly film series in partnership with Crested Butte Film Festival. A murder mystery dinner party, fashion exhibition runway show, cabaret and St. Patrick’s Day party are among the special events happening this winter and spring. The popular “AND” series is back this winter with Whiskey &
Western Swing, Canvas & Cocktails, Feather Jewelry & Fancy Drinks, Clay & Candies, Super
Doodling & Sangria, Clay & Cocktails, and Watercolor & Wine.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Colorado’s version of the Grand
Canyon, is only an hour west of Gunnison. The park offers several free programs in winter,
including free snowshoe walks that cover approximately 1.5 miles and include equipment
on Saturdays and Sundays from January 24 – March 1 at 1:00 p.m. A cross-country ski clinic to learn the basics is scheduled for January 11 at 1 p.m., and a moonlight Nordic ski outing takes place on January 31 at 7:00 p.m. On January 17 and March 14, park rangers and
the Black Canyon Astronomical Society plan to explore “The Winter Night Sky” at 7:00 p.m.
Vacation Packages & Visitor Information
To save on flights, hotel rooms, vacation packages, car rentals and more, go to
www.VisitGCB.com. For travel planning and general information, call (800) 814-8893, go
to www.VisitGCB.com, www.GCBevents.com or www.GCBlodging.com or follow GCBTA
event promotions on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gcbta.
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IT’S LUNCH
TIME!
La k e S c h o o l , G C S & C BC S
Lu n ch M e n u
J a n u a r y 1 2 - 16
M on d a y
Buffalo Chicken Salad
Celery Sticks
Roll
Bananas
T ue sday
Chicken Alfredo
Steamed Broccoli
Cherry Tomatoes
Bread
Mandarin Oranges
We dne sd ay
Chef Salad
Carrot Sticks
Roll
Peaches
Thurs day
Hotdog/bun
Sweet Potato Fries
Baked Beans
Blueberries
Fr i d a y
Hardshell tacos
Pinto Beans
Shredded Lettuce
Savory Rice
Fruit Cocktail
All Meals Served with Milk
Menus Subject to Change
H = Homemade
L = Local food
* = Harvest of the Month
Menus Provided by Mountain
Roots Food Project
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personal liability, and even
identity theft. Find out
for yourself why
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Insurance & The Nelson
Family Agency were voted
“BEST INSURANCE
AGENCY” in the Valley!
Call Rick and his team of
local professionals at
641-3481 or stop by our
office at 1140 N Main.
UPCOMING
COMPUTER
CLASSES AT THE GUNNISON
LIBRARY: Learn to download free
library ebooks to your reader.
Thursday, January 15th at 5:30.
Please call 641-3485 to reserve
your spot. (1/14).
STAND UP FOR PEACE: Join us
every Friday at noon for 15 minutes at The Oddfellows Park, corner of Main & Virginia. (1/7).
RE-CREATIONS LIVE PAINTING: Thursday, January 15, 68pm. $35. The perfect après ski!
Grab a friend and head to The
Sweet Spot in Mount Crested
Butte to recreate a classical, wellknown painting. Tonight’s feature
is “Red Poppy” by Georgia
O’Keefe. Registration fee includes
your canvas, painting supplies and
complimentary beverage from
Sweet Spot bar. Instructor:
Jennifer Vannatta. www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487,
606 Sixth Street in Crested Butte
from 9am-5pm. Monday through
Friday, or find us on Facebook.
(1/14).
BEST PRACTICES FOR WESTERN COLORADO NONPROFITS: Nonprofit board and staff
members from the Western Slope
are invited to the second of a 10part series on Best Practices for
Nonprofits in Gunnison on January
15, noon-3pm (bring your lunch),
Fred Field Center, 275 S. Spruce
St, Gunnison. The guest presenter
of “Great Governing Boards” is
Cathryn Saylor Peterson, vicepresident of Maxfield Peterson
Financial Services in Montrose.
Participants will learn how to
report and interpret financial information and will learn about the
laws within which boards of directors must work. The fee is $30 for
preregistration and $35 at the
door. Teams are encouraged.
Best Practices draws from the
manual “Principles & Practices”
from the Colorado Nonprofit
Association. The series continues
the impact of Rural Philanthropy
Days, and is guided by a regional
team of nonprofit board and staff
members in concert with the
Community Resource Center of
Denver For more information and
to register, contact Maryo Ewell,
[email protected], 970-6413570. (1/14).
CABARET: “THE GOOD, THE
BAD & THE UGLY”:
The
Gunnison Arts Center has just the
thing to chase away those January
blues! One fun night of live
cabaret songs brought to you by
the cast of “Getting it Wright”
(almost). “The Good, the Bad and
the Ugly” will incorporate show
tunes and dances both sweet and
saucy and simply downright bad!
Friday, January 16th doors and
cocktails at 7pm, show starts at
7:30pm. Cash bar will be open
with apps and dessert available
for purchase. General admission
$15. Recommended for mature
audiences. 970-641-4029, gunnisonartscenter.org, 102 South
Main Street. (1/14).
GAC MONTHLY FILM: “POINT
AND SHOOT”: The Gunnison Arts
Center, in collaboration with the
Crested Butte Film Festival, is
excited to present the film “Point
and Shoot” as the next selection
D Monthly Film Series. Winner
in the
of the Best Documentary Award at
the Tribeca Film Festival, Point
And Shoot follows Matthew
VanDyke, a 26-year-old who left
home in Baltimore in 2006 and
set off on a self-described “crash
course in manhood.” When a revolution broke out in Libya, he took
up arms against Dictator
Muammar Gaddafi, was captured
and imprisoned, and became an
international media sensation.
Viewing Saturday, January 17th at
7pm in the GAC Black Box
Theater, 102 South Main Street.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the GAC, online at gunnisonartscenter.org, or by calling
641-4029. (1/14).
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR
JANUARY 31, 2015! The Kenny
Mac Nordic race, a fundraiser for
Gunnison Nordic, will be held on
January 31. The location will be
determined on January 10 based
on snow conditions (either
Hartman Rocks or Mill Creek).
The event will feature a skate ski
race, kids race and a new event,
Cold Cash Snowflake Dash, for
nordic touring skiers. More information will be coming soon as the
details are finalized.
Just a
reminder you can check our website for trail grooming updates
and
events.
www.gunnisonnordic.com. Gunnison Nordic
(1/7).
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HOUSE OF GOOD SPIRITS
HELP US
CELEBRATE
OUR 34th
ANNIVERSARY!!
Many In-Store Sale Items
CUSTOMER REWARDS CARD
Double Points!
Saturday, January 10th
FREE ICE
with purchase
of $5.00 or more
ADULT DANCE CLASSES AT
THE GAC: Come out and get
your groove on this winter at the
GAC! Stay active and keep the winter blues at bay with one of our
awesome dance classes. Most
start the week of January 18th so
mark your calendars! You can
choose
from
Ballet/Barre
Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm, ‘Never
Ever’ Tap Mondays 6:30-7:30pm,
Tap I Wednesdays 7:30-8:30pm,
“Born to Dance” Dance Fusion
Tuesdays 7:30-8:30pm, Hip Hop
Thursdays 7:30-8:30pm and
Country Swing Dance Fridays 78pm. In February we will have
Belly Dance Mondays 7:308:30pm and Clogging Saturdays
4-5:30pm so keep an eye out for
those. 641-4029, 102 S. Main
St.,
GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
GUNNISON LIQUOR STORE
RIDE NEEDED: I need to be in
Montrose by 8am on Thursday,
January 29th to catch the bus to
the VA Hospital in Grand Junction.
Or, a ride to Grand Junction on
that same day. May also need a
return ride. Please leave a
mesage for Pappy at 641-2056.
(1/14)
JOHN POPPER WITH BROTHERS KEEPER: Sunday, January
18. 8pm. Early Bird through 1/11:
$20; Regular: $25, Harmonica virtuoso and jam band pioneer.
Crested Butte Center for the Arts.
For comprehensive event information and tickets visit www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487, or
the Center’s box office at 606
Sixth Street in Crested Butte from
9am-5pm Monday through Friday.
CHILDREN’S THEATRE CLASSES: “HOPE’S FAIRY TALE”: In
this afterschool, three week children’s theatre program, instructor
Alice Stern will take students on a
delightful adventure through
“Hope’s Fairy Tale”, a unique production written and directed by
Alice, using animated puppets
alongside
human
actors.
Students will learn basic stage
terms and presence, theatre skills
including puppeteering and will
memorize their lines in this 45
minute play. Open to students
ages 7 - 14. Rehearsals are
Monday - Thursdays from 45:30pm, January 19th - February
5th in the Gunnison Arts Center’s
theatre. “Hope’s Fairy Tale” performances will be on Saturday,
February 7th at 3: & 5pm.
$100/the full 3 week tuition.
Space is limited. Pre-register at
gunnisonartscenter.org,
6414029 or at 102 S. Main St.
(1/14).
(1/14).
YOUTH DANCE CLASSES AT
THE GAC: Get your kids moving
this winter with one of our awesome dance classes. They start
the week of January 18th so mark
your calendars! You can choose
from Mickies & Minnies: Beginning
Creative Movement (Ages 2-4)
Mondays
10:15-11am,
Tap/Tumbling Combo Ages 5-7
Mondays 4-5pm and Ages 8-12
Mondays
5:15-6:15pm,
Ballet/Jazz Combo Ages 5-7
Wednesdays 4:00-5pm and Ages
8-12 Wednesdays 5:15-6:15pm,
Youth Hip Hop Ages 5-7 Fridays 45pm and Ages 8-12 Fridays 56pm, Teen Hip Hop for Ages 1318 will be Fridays 6-7pm. 6414029, 102 S. Main St.,
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (1/7).
GUNNISON
COMMUNITY
BLOOD DRIVE: 1/20/2015 from
10:30am to 4:30pm. Donations
inside the Gunnison Fair Grounds Vantuyl Room located at 275 S.
Spruce Street, Gunnison. For
more information or to schedule
an appointment please contact
Bonfils Appointment Center 800365-0006, ext 2 or visit
bonfils.org. Donations decline up
to 20 percent in January, so
donors are asked to make a New
Year’s resolution to save the lives
of patients who need blood transfusions. (1/14).
(1/7).
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM SIX
POINTS! We love our new home
and want to thank all of you who
helped make it possible through
donations of funds, help with the
move, construction supplies/labor
and your Thrift Store purchases
and donations. The new Thrift
Store is open and accepting donations next to the garage door
(north end of the building.) We’re
still in the process of moving in,
hanging signs and displaying
goods, so come by often to see
the changes. New hours: 9am6pm M-F and 10am-5pm Sat.
Hope to see you soon! (1/14).
WESTERN STATE COLORADO
UNIVERSITY BLOOD DRIVE:
1/21/2015 from 8:30am to 3pm.
Donations inside the Western
State Colorado University Lower/Practice Gym located at
600 N. Adams St., Gunnison. For
more information or to schedule
an appointment please contact
Suzy Coykendall 970-943-2645
or visit bonfils.org. Donations
decline up to 20 percent in
January, so donors are asked to
make a New Year’s resolution to
save the lives of patients who
need blood transfusions. (1/21).
IS YOUR PET wearing a current
municipal license or ID tag? Most
pets wearing tags are returned to
their owners within 24 hours of
receipt at an animal shelter. (1/7).
603 West Tomichi
641-1717
www.gunnisonliquor.com
Circus Train
THANKS YOU FOR YOUR
SUPPORT THIS YEAR!
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION
SALE!
50% OFF
All Clothing *
January 8th - January 18th
An d... Draw Your Discount
On Toys • 10% - 25% OFF!
(*Excludes: Little Giraffe, Cozey 7,
Marble Runs, Dance Tights & Shoes)
HOURS: 9:30-6 MON - SAT; 10-3 SUNDAY
125 N. Main • Gunnison • 641-0635
Save money on your
cell phone bill by
connecting to our
Citywide Connex WiFi,
it’s free until January 15th!
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/20)
CLAY CLASSES FOR ADULTS &
KIDS: We have kids’ clay classes
and adult clay classes beginning
soon! The first 5-week session of
Creative
Clay
for
Adults
Wednesday, January 21st through
February 18 (Wednesdays from 69pm). Clay Creators (Ages 6-10)
January 20 - March 17, Tuesdays
4-5:30pm. Kids Clay Wheel (Ages
11-15) January 22 - March 12,
Thursdays 4-6pm. These classes
are for beginners and beyond.
GAC Clay Studio. $125 for adult
class and $120 for kids’ classes,
includes all supplies. For additional information stop by the GAC at
102 South Main Street, call 970641-4029 or visit us online at gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/14).
FIESTA NIGHT! Follow-up Salsa
Dancing Instruction by Joseph
Guadian. Saturday, January 24th
at 6pm. 810 N 11th St (across
from
Gunnison
Community
Schools). ALL COMMUNITY INVITED. 970-596-4196 (1/21).
SERGEANT KEN WEICHERT,
OF START FITNESS IS COMING
TO GUNNISON! Boot Camp
Weekend Friday, January 30 and
Saturday, January 31, 2015. He
will be teaching two sessions that
are open to the public. Save the
Dates! For more info., contact
Colorado Fitness, 641-3375 (1/7).
GUNNISON COUNTY RECYCLING CENTER has 24 hour
drop off for newspapers & magazines. Office pack can be dropped
off during Recycling Center office
hours, 8am-4pm, 7 days/week.
NON-recyclable paper includes:
neon brights, black copies (over
copied), manila envelopes, red
printing construction paper. 811
Rio Grande, Gunnison. (1/7).
gunnison country shopper, january 7, 2015
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F
or Your Information
Names & Numbers for Gunnison County
Emergencies
Gunnison County
Administration Office
Airport Administration
Alternative Services
Assessor
County Commissioners
Coroner
County Attorney
County Clerk
County Court
District Attorney
Dos Rios Water Treat.
Drivers License Office
Elections
Emergency Services
Environmental Health
Extension Agent
Fairgrounds Manager
Finance
GED Preparation
Housing Authority
Jail
Juvenile Diversion Project
Landfill
Legal Aid
Library
Literacy Program/
English Classes
Long Range Planning
Information Tech.
Motor Vehicles
Planning
Public Health/
Family Planning
Public Works/
Road and Bridge
Recorder
Safe Ride
Sheriff
Sheriff CB
Social Services/
Food Stamps
Treasurer
Weed District
641-0248
641-2304
641-7635
641-1085
641-0248
641-9213
641-5300
641-1516
641-3500
641-5138
641-8565
641-1052
641-7927
641-2481
641-5105
641-1260
641-8561
641-2203
641-7647
641-7900
641-1108
641-4710
641-5522
641-3023
641-3485
641-7684
641-7620
641-1410
641-1602
641-0360
641-0209
641-0044
641-2038
209-RIDE
641-1113
349-7562
641-3244
641-2231
641-4393
Post Offices
Almont
Cimarron
Crested Butte
Gunnison
Lake City
Parlin
Pitkin
Powderhorn
Sargents
641-3653
252-8366
349-5568
641-1884
944-2560
641-4676
641-9236
641-8737
641-1418
M.A.P.I. MINISTERIO APOSTOLICO PROFETICO INTERNACIONAL:
Iglesia Cristiana
EMANUEL. Anuncia que se traslado de sede. Informes en los telefonos: 970-258-2046, 970-2343041, 970-964-8545, 970-9648519. ¡Los Esperamos! (1/7).
THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR: Keep it Short, Keep it
Sweet.... submit your Who, What,
When, Where, Why, and How to
[email protected]
(1/7).
CITIZENS NEEDED TO SERVE!
The Forest Service, working with
Mesa, Garfield, Montrose and
Gunnison counties in Colorado is
seeking individuals interested in
serving on a 15-person resource
advisory committee (RAC) to solicit, review, recommend and monitor projects that promote healthy
landscapes, benefit watersheds
and accomplish needed work on
the ground. The RAC oversees
funding that is authorized by
Congress under the Secure Rural
Schools Act and under Title II of
the Act, returns monies to
Garfield, Gunnison, Mesa and
Montrose counties on the GMUG
National Forest to accomplish
resource-based project work on
National Forest System lands. All
RAC members must be residents
of Colorado. For additional information contact: Lee Ann Loupe at
970.874.6717
or
[email protected] or visit the
GMUG
website
at:
http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/GM
UG/RAC. (1/7).
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Gunnison City
Building Dept.
City Admin./Court
Community Center
Parks & Rec.
Community Devel.
Cranor Hill Sk Area
Crime Stoppers
Finance Dept./Utilities
Fire Marshal
Gunnison Police Dept.
Hearing Impaired
Neighborhood Services
Animal Control
Public Works
Waste Water Lab
Waste Water Treatment
641-8151
641-8080
641-8060
641-8090
641-4655
641-8280
641-8070
641-8153
641-8200
641-8009
641-8242
641-8020
641-8042
641-8040
Agencies
Bureau of Land Management
642-4940
Colorado Division of Wildlife
641-7060
Colorado State Forest
Gunnison District
641-6852
Gunnison Arts Center 641-4029
Gunnison Valley Hospital
641-1456
Job Service
641-0031
United States Forest Service
641-0471
Upper Gunnison River Water
Conservancy Dist. 641-6065
Senior Resources
Senior Citizens Center 641-2107
Senior Resources Office 641-7984
Two Buttes Senior Citizens
349-5607
Schools
Crested Butte
Community School
Gunnison Alternative
School
Gunnison Community
Gunnison High School
WSCU Extended Stud.
WSCU Switchboard
641-7720
641-7755
641-7710
641-7700
943-2885
943-0120
Chambers of Commerces
Crested Butte
Gunnison
349-6438
641-1501
Bus Routes
Mountain Express
349-5616
Rural Trans. Authority 641-5074
THE
MULTICULTURAL
RESOURCE SERVICES, 225 N.
Pine St., Suite B, now has full time
funding thanks to a grant from
Caring for Colorado, El Pomar,
and Mentor’s Program. We share
the office with CAFÉ (Center for
Adult and Family Education).
Come by of call Ellen 641-7999.
If I’m not in, it’s because I often
have to be in meetings or trainings. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 (1/7).
ALLEY LOOP REGISTRATION
AND VOLUNTEERING: Crested
Butte Nordic is in need of volunteer support for the 29th Annual Alley Loop, Presented by Western
State Colorado University. There
are numerous ways you can help
make this classic Crested Butte
event a success! Place yourself
onto an event crew by visiting
cbnordic.org, find the volunteer
sign up on the Alley Loop page
under the Events tab (1/14).
TEXAS HOLD ‘EM POKER!
Come join us for our weekly
Saturday night limit hold ‘em
game! Real poker room, great
music, lots of fun! Contact Brian
for details 970-417-1961. (1/14).
DON’T FORGET! Gunnison
Valley PTA is collecting Box
Tops 4 Education. This is an
easy way for anyone to support
your local community school/PTA.
You can send your Box Tops to
your child’s classroom or put
them in collection containers at
the public library or the community center. Thank you for your support! (1/7).
MAUREEN O’DONNELL STARTED THE “GUNNISON CLOTHING PROJECT” on Sept 15,
2014. Her mission statement is
“Saving the landfill and clothing
the people who need or want it.”
She provides this service to our
community for free. She does this
in cooperation with Janet Lucas,
owner of the Boom-A-Rang. Each
week O’Donnell gets contractor
size bags of clothing that she
sorts into size and gender appropriate boxes. Since September,
she has saved 116 bags from
going to the landfill. They also
deliver boxes to shut ins or folks
who have no means of transportation. There is also a “Free Box”
located next to the Food Pantry, in
the alley. You can stop by the
Pantry on Monday or Wednesday,
in the morning and talk to
Maureen. You may also call her at
641-0171 to line up a time to see
what other free clothing is available. (1/14).
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK GUNNISON TITLE & ABSTRACT
COMPANY for the help in clearing my title work. Thanks Dillon &
Gary. David Thompson. (1/7).
IN THIS TIME OF LOSS we know
that there are many of you who
would like to express their condolences to the family of Hillary
Moon. We truly appreciate all of
the love and support that Crested
Butte Community and beyond has
already provided. The family is
asking in lieu of flowers, cards
and gifts at this time, that donations can be made to the Hillary
Moon Memorial Fund. These donations will be used for Aidan’s and
Liam’s future college funds. An
account has been set up at Bank
of the West. Donations can be
made in person at any location or
mailed to: Bank of the West, P.O.
Box 493, Crested Butte, CO
81224. For Hillary Moon Memorial
Fund, #036420372 (1/7).
SIX
POINTS
DONATION
HOURS: at our new location
9am-4pm Monday - Friday; 10am4pm Saturday; Closed on Sunday.
Please call Six Points at 970-6413081 for furniture donations or
large donations of household
items. (1/14).
POTTERS/CLAY
ARTISTS:
Opening in a small cooperative
downtown Gunnison studio for a
ceramist, beginning January
2015. If interested, call Karen for
more information at 970-6413875. (1/7).
ATTENTION: Citizens of the
Gunnison Basin and surrounding
area. Every Monday morning at
8:05 am, Jim Kirshner from 580
KUBC in Montrose is talking to
area residents from Montrose,
Delta & Gunnison Counties on
Agriculture
related
topics.
Leaders in their respected fields
give their input & advise on water,
livestock, renewable energy,
crops, endangered species, youth
in agriculture, BLM & Forest road
closures, etc. Gunnison Farm
Bureau invites you to listen in!
(1/7).
FREE COOKING CLASSES for
adults, presented by Mountain
Roots. Fridays, 11-1, at Fred Field
(Fairgrounds). Groceries and
recipes included. Call Jessica at
724-421-7357 to sign up. (1/14).
DEAR SANTA, Thank you, thank
you for your generous gift to my
family and me! It brought a smile
to my face and warmth to my
heart! I KNEW Santa was real! :)
Thank you again, Laura (“L”)
Lukassen. (1/7).
HABLE CON UN ABOGADO
GRATIS: Clínica de consulta legal
gratis el primer jueves de cada
mes en edificio de Servicios
Familiares, 225 N. Pine St.,
Gunnison a las 5:30 de la tarde.
Llame a Ellen para obtener más
información 970-641-7999. (1/7).
BIG THANKS! To Kristie Pike at
Prois Hunting & Apparel. From Six
Points. (1/14).
KBUT IS LOCATED AT 88.7 FM
IN GUNNISON. Our signal
strength has increased from 40
watts to 6500 watts this past
year. Tune us in loud and clear.
TRY THE NEW CHINESE RESTAURANT IN TOWN!
Chinese Restaurant
(1/7).
DO YOU READ AND USE THE
CITY MARKET WEEKLY INSERT
FROM THE GUNNISON COUNTRY SHOPPER? If you do, we
need some help from our readers
to have it inserted in The Shopper
once again. Please, if you do use
the insert call City Market and let
them know how important it is to
you and how you use it weekly.
Thanks for your help and support
from all our readers through the
years! City Market Local 6413816 (1/7).
GUNNISON FARMERS MARKET
SEEKING NEW BOARD MEMBERS: Do you like food, farming,
people, and your community? Are
you seeking volunteer experience,
or just something new to put your
energies into? The Gunnison
Farmers Market Board is seeking
new members for our working
board. Our annual meeting will
take place in February 2015, so
think about it... Keep posted here
in The Shopper, or follow us on
Facebook. (1/7).
VETERANS: Do you need assistance in your home? Visiting
Angels is now servicing VETS in
the Gunnison area, with no to cost
you. Call to see if you qualify for
this Veteran benefit. Visiting
Angels of SW Colorado. 970-2645991 (1/14).
Dine In - Take Out
Tel: (970) 642-6363
113 W. Tomichi, Gunnison, CO 81230
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. - Fri.: 11:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Sat. - Sun.: Noon - 9:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Kirby vacuum cleaner, $50, 970-209-6051. (1/14).
2005 KEYSTONE SPRINGDALE
TRAVEL TRAILER: 29’ XL slide-in
kitchen/living room, large back
kitchen, separate bedroom/bath,
exc. cond., lightweight/easy to
pull, 2”x2” receiver for bike carrier, electric tongue jack, sway bar,
hitch & mirrors included. $10,500
OBO. 641-9518. (1/7).
SAFE: Sentry brand. Comes with
key and combination. $100 firm.
505-670-4269 (1/7).
FOR SALE: North Face down
hoodie jacket. Brand New. Size
S/M. Many features. $100. 3495190. (1/7).
Meditation for
Stress Reduction
A 4 week workshop presented
by
the Gunnison Sanctuary
Mondays:
January 19-February 9,
7-8:15 pm. $30
BURTON SKI PANTS: army
green with yellow print. Cargo
pant style. XS women’s. $15.
596-8954. (1/7).
Meditation is proven to
alleviate stress, pain,
depression and sleep problems.
PERUVIAN RUG OR WALL
HANGING FOR SALE: 4’x5’.
Great colors. $75. Call/text for
photo. 970-275-2765. (1/7).
Come learn in a welcome &
fun atmosphere how to
relax and enhance your focus.
Mary 970-209-5476
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Hard & Soft Woods
970-424-2936
(1/7/7)
PET ADOPTIONS are available
through Neighborhood Services.
Cost is $10, spay/neuter is
required and a follow up on the
pet’s care is also included. Call
641-8242. (1/7).
FOR SALE: 6, 14” wide flange
heavy duty “I” joists 28’ long.
Asking $80 each. Please call 9442495 (1/7).
LOOKING FOR: used metal Tposts, 275-4852. (1/7).
KILLER DEAL! 4 Goodyear tires
on 18 inch rims. New’ish, 3800
miles. Came from Chevy 2500
HD. Size LT265/70R18, 8 hole
lug nuts. Asking $800 for all 4,
willing to negotiate serious offers.
Located in Gunnison, Colorado.
Call KV at 970-376-1971 (1/7).
Save money on your
cell phone bill by
connecting to our
Citywide Connex WiFi,
it’s free until January 15th!
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/20)
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS will
meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of
every month at Parish Hall. (1/7).
TWO MAROON COUCHES:
good shape, 8’3” by 46” deep,
and 6’ by 46” deep. $200 takes
both, OBO. Comfy and soft. 970641-5198 (1/14).
SLEEPER COUCH FOR SALE:
Comfy, clean, great condition.
$75 OBO. Call 970-275-8910.
(1/14).
WOMEN’S MONTBELL DOWN
VEST: medium, very good condition & just washed, $35. 3491321 (1/7).
KBUT WISHES YOU A HAPPY
2015! Tune in to 90.3 in Crested
Butte, 89.9 in Gunnison, or 94.9
at Almont and Jack’s Cabin or at
KBUT.org. (1/7).
FOR SALE: 2 twin beds w/log
head boards. Like new, $125 ea.
Ohio City 970-641-6075. (1/14).
ST.
PETER’S
CATHOLIC
CHURCH WOULD LIKE TO
THANK THE BOY SCOUT
TROOP 476 for their donation of
food for our Christmas Food
Boxes. We really appreciate your
time and your effort to help the
needy in our community. (1/7).
NICE DAY BED: Dark color wicker back with solid wood and wicker sides. Two twin mattresses.
Converts to king. Barely used, like
new. Paid over $800, sell for
$350, 596-5681 (1/7).
WANTED: Used rowing machine
641-5644 (1/7).
GAS STOVE PIPE FOR SALE:
horizontal wind cap, variety of
straight lengths, curved. $180
takes all Paid over $500. Call/text
275-2765. (1/7).
HOCKEY SKATES FOR SALE:
Near new Easton eq30. Bought
for two hundred and used one
season. Heat moldable. 11d sr.
$100. 209-0408 (1/14).
FOR SALE: wood headboard,
64”Wx48”H, cast decorative
flower insert, 61” mattress, $25
OBO. Call Bob 970-901-7277.
(1/7).
FOR SALE: Complete indoors
grow room set up. Two hood
lights, four inch and six inch
1,000 watts. One transformer.
Side lights. Extra bulbs. White
Panda plastic. Four inch cooling
and vent fan plus duct work, and
more, $300. 970-209-3164.
(1/7/pd/47)
UNA EDUCACIÓN DE ALTA
CALIDAD del Pre Kínder tiene
beneficios
sociales,
educacionales y económicos a lo largo
de la vida de los niños. . Si quiere
una lista de los establecimientos
locales con licencia, pase por la
oficina de Servicios Familiares
ECC 641-7913; (en español: 6417999) (1/7).
FOR SALE:
2 - 235/75/15
mounted on 6-hole wheels, not
much left, $50. 970-209-6051.
(1/14).
FOR SALE: 2 x 12 x 14’ Cedar
boards in good condition for $50
each. Retail cost is over $90!
Please call 944-2495 (1/7).
COFFEE AND TWO END
TABLES: wooden medium brown
oak with light smoke colored
glass tops trimmed in gold.
Measures
56”x25”x16”;
26”x22”x21”,
22”X22”X16”,
$225 FOR THE SET OF THREE.
970-641-1306 (1/14).
SKI RACK FOR SALE: Yakima
brand holds about 3 pairs, roof
mount. $65. Call/text for pics
970-275-2765 (1/7).
OAK BUNK BEDS and one twin
mattress. In good shape. $100
OBO. Call 970-275-6060. (1/14).
TWO POTTERY BARN KIDS pink
floral twin-sized quilts. $30 per
quilt. 970-901-8864. (1/7).
(1/14).
WANTED TO BUY: mini excavator in good condition, please call
John 209-2912 (1/14).
FOR SALE: xcountry ski poles,
58”-66” lengths, $10 ea. 3495190. (1/7).
FOR SALE: 78 square feet Pergo
XP of “Hawaiian Curly Koa” from
Home Depot, in boxes (6). $170.
641-6898 evenings. (1/14).
JACK
LALANNE
POWER
JUICER: like new, make offer,
641-3168. (1/14).
FOR SALE: Two nearly new
leather couches, 64” long, dark
brown color. Superb condition,
$150, call 641-0898 (1/7).
FREE: Full-size mattress and box
spring. Please call 970-275-6311
(1/14).
FOR SALE: Salewa 10-pt. crampons, lightweight & adjustable,
$30. 349-5190. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Rubber coated
olympic weight set by VALOR FITNESS. 250 pounds of weight and
45 lb. chrome olympic bar 295
total lbs. Excellent like new condition. $200. 970-596-8062 (1/14).
FOR SALE: Two 18” tan Pottery
Barn throw pillow covers. $10 for
both. 970-901-8864 (1/7).
FOR SALE:
1 double bed
w/frame, $15. Ohio City 970-6416075. (1/14).
gunnison country shopper, january 7, 2015
DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH
LIFE INSURANCE? It’s ok if
you don’t know, because
American Family
Insurance & The Nelson
Family Agency is here
to help. You can
feel safe and secure with
plans starting as low as
$10/mo. Find out for
yourself why we were
voted “BEST INSURANCE
AGENCY” in the Valley!
Call Rick and his team
of local professionals at
641-3481 or stop by our
office at 1140 N Main.
AUNQUE SUS HIJOS NO
ESTÉN ENFERMOS, es importante que visiten a los médicos
periódicamente. Se recomienda
que las visitas se hagan a los 2
meses, 4 meses, 6 meses, 9
meses, 1 año, 15 meses, 18
meses, 2 años, 3 años, 4 años, 5
años, 6 años, 8 años, 10 años, y
cada año hasta los 21 años.
Llame a la Oficina Multicultural si
necesita ayuda para hacer una
cita o si tiene preguntas. 6417999 (1/7).
WORKING ORGAN FOR SALE:
for $100, call 970-355-9686.
(1/14).
FOR SALE: women’s Kenetrek
Mtn. Extreme- worn 2x. $250 Call
or text 540-798-2324 for pictures
or further info! (1/7).
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR:
24” wide, 57” tall, 289” deep.
Cold! 209-0142. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Technica Duo 90 ski
boot. About women’s 8.5/men’s
7. Shell is 285. $30, call or text
540-798-2324 (1/7).
HOME RECORDING STUDIO
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Alto
Zephyr ZMX862 6-channel mixer
$50, TASCAM DP-004 4-track digital recorder $80. Both in excellent condition. Includes AC
adapters and owner manuals.
970-596-0380 (1/7).
WOMEN’S WELLNESS CONNECTION - FREE MAMMOGRAMS & PAP TESTS ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES: 1. No insurance or deductible high enough to
delay or prevent screening; 2.
Doesn’t exceed income guidelines; 3. 40-64 years of age
(women 40-49 will receive a mammogram at discretion of provider;
4. Not had a mammogram or Pap
test in the past 12 months (some
exceptions apply); 5. Meet
Colorado identity or citizenship
verification criteria. Please contact Gunnison County Public
Health with any questions, 970641-0209. (1/7).
SLEEPER COUCH FOR SALE:
Comfy, clean, great condition.
$100 OBO. Call 970-275-8910.
(1/7).
SNOWBOARD BINDINGS FOR
SALE: Burton Escapade, brand
new, asking $200. 303-3046080. (1/14).
HOME THEATRE SYSTEM: Sony
HT-CT350 sound bar with subwoofer, virtual 5.1 channel surround sound, multiple HDMI
inputs/outputs, includes bracket
to mount to Sony TV, and manual.
Excellent condition, $200. 970641-4828 (1/7).
7,900
Gunnison
Country
Shoppers
every
WEDNESDAY
FOR SALE: Full size sleeper sofa
in good condition. Blue colors.
$100. 970-641-8912 (1/14).
YOUR FREE ADS RUN FOR
TWO WEEKS
automatically
(unless date restricted, i.e. yard
sales, events) when you call, fax,
email, or bring them in yourself.
Really! Two weeks on renewal ads
as well. It’s amazing! www.gunnisonshopper.com, 641-3148.
(1/7).
SNOWBOARD: 2015 Never
Summer Heritage 158 and 2015
Burton Mission Medium binding.
Using for a week from Jan 3 to
8th. Offers over $550. Email John
at [email protected] or call
864-593-0239. (1/14).
FINE ARTS: prints by Melissa
Harris, Lydia Mauer “On the Trail”
framed, Andy Schyndle, D4NO.
209-0142. (1/7).
SKI BOOTS: Valbello Axion 8, sz
13, like new, $150. n Ohio City
970-641-6075. (1/14).
FLY RODS FOR SALE: Orvis
Access 8’6” 4-weight 4-piece mid
flex $200; Orvis Helios 8’6” 5weight 4-piece mid flex $300;
Orvis Helios2 (H2) 9’ 5-weight 4piece tip flex $350. 970-5960380 (1/7).
ROCK
COLLECTION
FOR
SALE: includes dinosaur bones,
petrified wood, call for more info.
275-4852 (1/7).
ALPINE TOURING SKIMO RACE
SETUP: 161cm Dynafit PDG skis
with Dynafit bindings and unused
skins to fit. Skis used one time.
$850 takes all. 641-4092 (1/7).
BEAUTIFUL COPPER SINKS:
Round and Oval shapes. All
embossed and ready for install
$125/ea. CALL TO SEE 970-7654232 (1/14).
FOR SALE:
mirror 24”x48”;
pizza oven, countertop, like new;
Gevalia 8-cup coffee maker, new;
5¢ gumball machine, great cond.;
two inflatables, like new, stored
indoors. 209-0142. (1/7).
(1/7)
MOUNTAIN BIKE: used Scott
Genius LT 26inch wheels, Size
medium, full suspension. $1500.
970-390-4861. (1/14).
WE CAN DO IT! FORD, GM,
C H R Y S L E R / D O D G E / J E E P,
VW/AUDI, SAAB, VOLVO, TOYOTA,
HONDA, NISSAN. Low cost rental
cars, 24 month/24,000 mile warranty. We also service most other
makes & models. Call Precision
Automotive your “AAA Approved
Auto Repair” Since “1984”. 6414040,
precisionauto.net.
DO YOU WANT SOME HELP
WITH YEAR-END TAX FORMS
AND FILING IN QUICKBOOKS®? I can come on site
with tax forms in hand. We can
submit your forms more quickly
than you think. Call Kim
Antonucci (QuickBooks Pro
Advisor)
970-209-8146
(1/14/40).
DID YOU KNOW? Between sunset and sunrise, and other times
when visibility is less than 500ft,
bicycles shall display a white light
to the front (visible for at least
500ft) and a red reflector or light
to the rear (visible for at least
300ft).
Bicycles shall be
equipped with a bell or horn.
Every bicycle must be equipped
with at least one brake capable of
skidding the wheel on dry pavement. (1/7).
INDUSTRIAL FLOOR FRYER:
Two basket large fryer. Call Liz
497-0787. (1/7).
PRO ARIENS 28 SNOWBLOWER: barely used, $1700 new, asking $850. 275-4492. (1/7).
COFFEE TABLE FOR SALE:
Black wood with glass top. $50.
970-497-9232. (1/14).
GATES ON TRAILS & ROADS:
Please respect all gate closures
and follow any posted signs.
Thanks for Staying the Trail and
Treading Lightly out there! (1/7).
LEFEVRE
ACCOUNTING
COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING,
SALES TAX
NON PROFIT
AND PAYROLL SERVICES
SCOTT LEFEVRE
[email protected]
970-349-5161
970-901-6648 cell
(1/7/18)
STAIRMASTER: commercial free
climber 4200PT. Sports/medical
products, L.P. Paid $2400, asking
$650 OBO.
719-251-3644.
(1/7).
THE GUNNISON HINSDALE
EARLY CHILDHOOD COUNCIL
HAS CREATED AN EARLY
CHILDHOOD
RESOURCE
DIRECTORY
AVAILABLE
ONLINE!
www.eccgh.org.
“Working together for the Children
in our Community. 641-7913
(1/7).
(1/7/44).
CLASSIC, STURDY, ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING TABLE with
tilt mechanism. $450 obo. 2754852 (1/7).
DID YOU KNOW: Mechanical
Permits are required in the City of
Gunnison for the installation of any
fuel burning appliances, furnaces,
hot water heaters, etc. for more
information contact the Building
Office at 641-8151 (1/7).
TORK
MOTION
SENSOR
PAPER TOWEL DISPENSERS:
Three total, easy wall mount. Call
Liz 497-0787. (1/7).
FOR SALE: 21’ four place snowmobile trailer ride on ride off, ski
tie down bars, with spare tire.
Works well for ATVs, motorcycles,
side by sides etc. Extremely
heavy duty, good condition.
$2300 OBO. Shawn 970-2753536 (1/7).
10:00 A.M. TUESDAY! Yes, that
is the Free Ad Deadline. Always
has been, always will be. That
means we must have your free ad
at our office by 10am. But you
don’t have to wait until 10am to
call, email or fax. Please
account for delays in cyberspace, as well as busy phones
on Tuesdays. Thanks - The
Gunnison Country Shopper. (1/7).
TODOS LOS LUNES (excepto
días feriados) La Despensa de
Alimentos de Gunnison (Gunnison
Country Food Pantry) está abierta
de 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main St # C.
(sobre calle Ohio) 970-641-4156.
También puede llamar a la Oficina
Multicultural 641-7999 si tiene
preguntas. (1/7).
ANTIQUES: Royal Dalton humpback trunk, refinished; telephone
& operator box. 209-0142. (1/7).
PAIR BLIZZAK SNOW TIRES:
Less than 2k miles 225/45/17.
Great shape, best snow tire out!
$550 OBO. 575-770-0334 (1/7).
TREADMILL FOR SALE: Sears
Weslo Cadence 78e. About 8
years old, but still works great.
Digital display says time, speed,
distance, calories. $100. Call or
text 970-389-7576. (Located in
Gunnison) (1/7).
9-1-1 IS FOR EMERGENCIES
ONLY. Dial 641-8000 for nonemergent situations. (1/7).
DAKINE BC VEST: Size md/lg.
New condition. $100. Great alternative to a traditional backpack as
it distributes the weight on your
body. I am 5’6” & 140lbs and it
fits perfectly over my ski clothes.
If you are much bigger, it will be
too small when loaded. 970-5968887 (1/7).
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WANTED TO BUY: all guitars,
any condition, used, vintage, etc.
Castle Creek Guitars, 132
North
Main,
641-2747.
(1/7/17).
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY! We
are excited to introduce the Red
Bucket Drop for the Gunnison
Country Food Pantry. Place any
nonperishable food items in the
red buckets around Gunnison!
YOUR DONATIONS ARE GREATLY
APPRECIATED! Spot the buckets
at Safeway and City Market, more
locations
coming
soon.
Questions? 970-641-4156. (1/7).
STYLING, CUTS, PERMS, COLOR,
H I G H L I G H T S & TA N N I N G
641-6436 • 520 N Main
It’s that time of year again!
FOR SALE: Remington 700 custom 375 ultra mag, 2 boxes of
ammo, $2200 firm. 209-2449.
(1/7).
Furnace Service Special
$89.00*
2 SETS CROSS COUNTRY:
skis, poles & boots, vintage, like
new, sizes 7 & 13. $50. Ohio City
970-641-6075. (1/14).
Great news!
FREE WiFi
via Citywide Connex
is available through
January 15th!
Email address required
for free guest access.
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/20)
WHAT CAN PUBLIC HEALTH DO
FOR YOU? We offer: Birth and
death certificates; Family Planning
services; pap smears; STD tests;
immunizations for kids; WIC;
Nurse Family Partnership; Senior
services; Multicultural services;
health screenings for cholesterol
and glucose; and resources for
people wanting to quit smoking or
using chew. Call us today at 6410209 or stop by at 225 N. Pine
Street. (1/7).
Includes: Filter Change, Motor Oiling,
Carbon Monoxide Test, General Cleaning and Maintenance
In Gunnison City Limits or $69/hour outlying Areas
* Horizontal Furnace & Pellet Stove add $20
MODULAR HOUSE & MOBILE HOME SPECIALIST
RADON DETECTION AND REMEDIATION
642-0399
*with coupon
SNOWPLOWING & SNOW REMOVAL
AND HAULING
HOURLY RATE
or BY THE PLOW
209-2849
Call for free quote
Arnie’s Excavating LLC
[email protected]
EARLY CHILDHOOD ORAL
HEALTH IS IMPORTANT, make
regular checkups a priority.
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
Public Health 641-0209. (1/7).
HONK FOR PEACE: We will
stand every Friday at noon for 15
minutes until our soldiers come
home, Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (1/7).
THE AMERICAN LEGION IS
ALIVE AND WELL. The AMERICAN LEGION is located at 501 E.
Virginia Ave. and meets every 3rd
Wednesday of the month at 6PM.
We do not have a bar. We welcome all veterans to join if served
in any of the following time periods. Dec. 7, 1941 - Dec. 31,
1946; June 25, 1950 - Jan. 31,
1955; Feb. 28, 1961 - May 7,
1975; Aug. 24, 1982 - July 31,
1984; Dec. 20, 1989 -Jan. 31,
1990; and Aug. 2, 1990 - cessation of hostilities as determined by
U.S. government. For more information contact Claire Veech at
209-6042, Ed Evans at 5967883, or Larry Dolezal at 6410172 (1/7).
FREE CANCER SCREENINGS
for women aged 40-64 who have
no health coverage. Includes pap
smears, breast exams, and pelvic
exams for women 40 and older
and mammograms for women 50
and over. Contact Gunnison
County Public Health for information or to see if you qualify at 6410209. (1/7).
SI UD TIENE UNA EMERGENCIA marque 9-1-1. Si no habla
inglés encontraremos un interprete, manténgase en la línea.
LOST ANIMAL: If you lose your
animal
please
contact
Neighborhood Service at 6418242 or Gunnison Dispatch at
641-8000 with a full description
of your animal and a way to contact you. (1/7).
LAS CARIES INFANTILES son 5
veces más comunes que el asma
y 7 veces más comunes que la
alergia al polen. Hable con su
dentista. Gunnison Hinsdale Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
ECC 641-7913; (en español: 6417999). (1/7).
THE
ANIMAL
WELFARE
LEAGUE NEEDS RESPONSIBLE
VOLUNTEERS immediately to
foster adoptable pets and act as
caretakers for homeless cats. Call
641-1173. (1/7).
SERVICE CALLS for television
signals provided by the Gunnison
County Metropolitan Recreation
District are taken at 641-9148.
(1/7).
(1/7).
CHILDREN DESERVE ACCESS
TO AFFORDABLE HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATION that promotes
school readiness, regardless of
their family situation. For a list of
local licensed providers, stop by
the Family Services Building and
pick one up from the Early
Childhood Council or call 6417913. eccgh.org (1/7).
DID YOU LOSE SOMETHING?
Please search our Lost & Found
Section in the Gunnison Country
Shopper. The good people of
Gunnison County want you to get
your stuff back! (1/7).
PARENTS, please educate your
children on the correct use of 9-11. (1/7).
WE LOVE GETTING YOUR
EMAIL! However, cyberspace is
not a model of perfection; when
you submit an electronic ad either
through email or the website, we
will email you a confirmation letting you know we have received
your ad. This is not an automated
reply, we open and read each
email, and personally respond to
each one. If you do not receive an
email confirmation from us, we
did not receive your ad. But
please, give us time to check
them. If you do not receive your
reply by NOON on TUESDAY, you
may want to contact us directly.
Thanks for checking your email!
www.gunnisonshopper.com, shopp e r @ g u n n i s o n s h o p p e r. c o m .
(1/7).
TODOS
LOS
MIÉRCOLES
(excepto días feriados) La
Despensa de Alimentos de
Gunnison (Gunnison Country Food
Pantry) está abierta de 1pm-4pm,
321 N. Main St # C. (sobre calle
Ohio) 970-641-4156. También
puede llamar a la Oficina
Multicultural 641-7999 si tiene
preguntas. (1/7).
FAMILIES @ THE GUNNISON
LIBRARY: The Gunnison Public
Library has added many new and
up to date items including: parenting books, children’s movies,
music CDs that are fun for the
whole family to enjoy and audio
books for those long road trips.
Stop by and check it out. (1/7).
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Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. ~ Elizabeth Andrew
GUNNISON COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS WANTED!
* Crested Butte Nordic is in need of volunteer support for the 29th Annual - Alley Loop. Place yourself onto an event crew by
visiting cbnordic.org, find the volunteer sign up on the Alley Loop page under the Events tab.
* C.A.S.A. - Court Appointed Special Advocates for abused & neglected children. 970-765-6198
* Gunnison Country Food Pantry, volunteer a few hours a week to help our neighbors. Visit the pantry at 321 N. Main, Suite C,
Gunnison. GunnisonCountryFoodPantry.org.
* Project Hope is seeking volunteer advocates to assist with carrying the crisis-line and provide client services. We will train you.
641-2712.
* The Gunnison Arts Center - you can even for work in exchange for credit towards class tuition. Alysa 970-641-4029.
* The Confidential Advocacy Center. Looking for a commitment of 5-8 hours a week, flexible scheduling. 970-641-2712.
* Gunnison Country Partners - 641-5513, www.gunnisonmentors.com
* Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare League - 641-1773
* Multicultural Resource Services & CAFÉ, the Center for Adult and Family Education - bilingual, many opportunities. Ellen 6417999
To get your organization or event included in this free listing,
please email [email protected] or call 641-3148.
2014 SKIS: Rossignol Savory 7,
170cm, WITH Salomon STH13
bindings $650 or WITHOUT bindings $500 OBO. Mounted for
24.0 (285mm) boots. Skied only
8-10 times. New this setup cost
$1000. 596-5681. (1/7).
NERF GUNS FOR SALE! Don’t
want them anymore! Call or text
970-417-7178 (1/7).
NEWS ON KBUT: NPR’s Morning
Edition airs from 6-8 AM, All
Things Considered from 5-6:30,
and the BBC airs overnight on
KBUT community radio. (1/21).
LARGE ANTIQUE DESK: 30x50,
really nice, we just moved to a
smaller house, request photos at
970-596-9693 or call Laura for
more info., you pick up! (1/7).
HEPA FILTER: Two speed fan.
Perfect for removing indoor particulates from wood or pellet
stoves. $45. 970-596-4747
SMARTWOOL
WOMEN’S
SPORT
JACKET: medium,
brown, zip up. barely worn. Lined
and hidden seam pockets. $35.
349-1321 (1/7).
(1/14).
SNOWBOARD FOR SALE: K2
Fat Bob 158 with Burton bindings.
Great condition. $150 OBO. 2091319. (1/14).
FOR SALE: Clark brand 2000
Elite exerciser, just lay down &
wiggle. Top of the line, commercial quality. Hardly ever used.
Paid $360, I’ll settle for $200.
Mike 970-641-2315 (1/7).
WINTER
BOOT CAMP
WEEKEND
with Sergeant
Ken Weichert
In Gunnison!
WORKOUTS/ SESSIONS
Friday, January 30th 5:30PM
and Saturday, January 31st 9AM
LOCATION
Fred Field Center
NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISPOSE to the following parties that
their personal property stored at
Plotts’ Mini Storage, 312 West
Highway 50, Gunnison, CO
81230, will be sold or disposed
of unless claimed prior to January
17, 2015, and/or all rent/fees
are paid: unit #56 Daphne
Leonard. (1/14/49).
REMINDER: Do not let your
motor vehicles, trailers, motorcycles, buses & smm’s registrations
expire! There is a late fee applied
after the one month grace period.
This applies even if your vehicle is
not running temporarily or just
parked. Gunnison Office is open
Monday-Friday from 8am-4:30pm
and the Crested Butte Branch is
open Tuesday & Thursday from
9am-3pm in Old Town Hall. You
can reach us at 641-1602 option
1. You can now pay your registration on line! Go to www.colorado.gov (1/7).
FOR SALE: Grizzly 1 1/2hp dust
collector, 110, 2 yrs. old, $250.
641-6999, 641-5077. (1/7).
LIBBEY WINE/GLASSES; 8 OZ.
12 PER CASE, Stemmed. $24
per case. Call 970-462-4936.
Leave message. (1/14).
JACK OF ALL
TRADES
COMPLETE HANDYMAN,
REPAIR
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
AND
MAINTENANCE SERVICES
SCOTT LEFEVRE
[email protected]
970-349-5161
970-901-6648 cell
(1/7/19)
PEDESTRIANS
CROSSING!
When traffic control signals are
not in place or not in operation,
the driver of a vehicle SHALL
yield the right-of-way, slowing
or stopping if need be, to a
pedestrian crossing the roadway within a crosswalk. The
pedestrians of Gunnison thank
you. (1/7).
PAIR OF STAINLESS SIDE
STEPS off ‘01 F150 extra cab,
most likely fits other years. Good
condition $150 OBO. 596-6359
Ken Weichert (a.k.a. “SGT Ken”)
is a Six-time Soldier of the Year,
Master Fitness Trainer and veteran
of Operations Iraqi Freedom and
Desert Storm. Ken founded START
Fitness, a group exercise and hiking business that delivers militarystyle workouts to Soldiers and
civilians in 1998.
Sergeant Ken currently runs
Operation Fit to Fight
Operation Rapid Response
Operation Fast and Furious and
Operation Shock and Awe.
PRICE
$20 per session or sign up with a partner for both classes for
$60. Come workout with Sergeant Ken at one or both
sessions. The public is invited to help show Sgt. Ken
how to enjoy winter wonderland activities. Sign up at
Colorado Fitness - go snow shoeing and fat biking with Sgt. Ken.
For more information... and to save your spot call 970-641-3375
Brought to Gunnison County by
(1/7).
TIRES FOR SALE:
2 - LT
245/75/16 mounted on 6-hole
wheels, like new, all season,
$100. 970-209-6051 (1/14).
GUNNISON GALLERY
Second Friday’s Art Walk
Friday, January 9th 5-8pm
“ICE ART SHOW”
Live Guitar Music by
ROB WATTLES
A Gunnison Tradition.
124 N. Main St.
970-641-6111
(1/7/27)
RECYCLE APPLIANCES AT
THE GUNNISON COUNTY
LANDFILL, NOT THE RECYCLE
CENTER. $10 for light items,
$15 for fridges & freezers. The
Landfill is open Mon.-Fri., 8am4pm & Sat. 10am-2pm. For info
call 641-5522. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Weil-McLain hot
water boiler. 90% efficiency,
175K BTU, capacity 3,000 sq. ft.
home. Used only 6 years. New
$4,300, will sell for $1,100. 2754852 (1/7).
PLEASE PROOF your advertisement the first week it is printed.
Credit will be given for only one
incorrect insertion. Correction
deadline is Tuesdays at 10am for
free ads and 2pm for paid ads.
Thank you, Gunnison Country
Shopper. (1/7).
RETIREMENT PLANNING. INVESTMENTS. WEALTH SOLUTIONS.
FOR SALE: desk stool, round
padded seat and elevating, $20;
paper shredder $20; 12” oscillating fan $15; fly tying magnifying
glass $20; call 970-765-4232.
(1/14).
Bill Matthews
Financial Advisor
TWO FLAGSTONE COFFEE
TABLES: 3x2’ $115; 2x2’, $90.
275-4852. (1/7).
Jackie Cardenas
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CASH TO LOAN
on Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
Traders Rendezvous
516 West Tomichi, Gunnison
641-5077
(1/7/14)
SCARPA RANDONEE RACE OR
VERY LIGHT AT BOOTS: Scarpa
F-1, barely used. sized 25.5.
$250. Too narrow for my feet.
349-1321 (1/7).
LOOKING FOR: an old Vermont
casting wood stove. Please call
me with info and I can take it off
your hands. 970-209-8925
(1/14).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Free Delivery of
3 or More Cords
I have a mountain to sell!
209-6101
(2/11/pd/17)
WIC: your source for good family
nutrition. If you are pregnant,
breast feeding or have an infant
under the age of five, you may be
eligible for the WIC program. WIC
participants receive nutrition education designed to enhance their
understanding of the relationship
between good nutrition and
health. WIC provides specific
foods to help each WIC client
improve their diet. For more info,
contact Gunnison County Public
Health 641-0209. (1/7).
CANNONDALE LADIES MOUNTAIN BIKE! ALMOST $1,400
INVESTED! $950 OBO! NEVER
TRAIL RIDDEN/IN PERFECT CONDITION! SL3 Hardtail, XC30
Rockshox, 6061-T6 Butted aluminum sm frame, Shimano
brakes/gears, DUAL Disc brakes,
includes Kryptonite cable lock,
spare tube, Mini Air pump, PETZL
Headlamp & Giro helmet/size sm,
recent tune. 970-596-1557 (1/7).
OVERSIZED
CHAIR
with
ottoman. Gray linen fabric. Newly
rebuilt and newly upholstered.
Like new. $1500 for set. 970901-8864 (1/7).
TIRES FOR SALE: 4 studded
snow
tires,
Hankook
P255/65R18 109T. Will fit a GMC
Acadia, exc. cond. Paid $175
each, will sell for $50 ea. Call
970-275-3058 or 349-5293.
(1/14).
WANTED: Chicago Cubs t-shirts,
hats etc. Women’s sizes and or
youth large. Actually just about
anything. 596-8954 (1/7).
Great news!
FREE WiFi
via Citywide Connex
is available through
SNOW BLOWER FOR SALE:
Solid 8ft x 4ft Red Devil, PTO driven with dual augers. Excellent
condition. Three point attachment. Rated for 70-110 hp power
tractors. $3000 OBO. Call/text
970-209-0976 (1/14).
PRECISION AUTOMOTIVE, celebrating 30 years in business.
Servicing all makes & models.
Call 641-4040 for an appointment. (1/7/16).
ACCESS THE GUNNISON
COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
FROM YOUR HOME COMPUTER. To see what books and other
materials are in our local public
library, as well as other libraries
around Western Colorado, go to
www.millennium.marmot.org.
Now you can also renew your
books from home by using the
“View Your Own Record” feature
after you have selected the
Gunnison library. For more info,
641-3485, 349-6535. (1/7).
FOR SALE: cedar gable vents,
8/12 pitch, 4 lefts, 4 rights, $10
OBO; cedar gable vent, 8/12
pitch, center style, 1 @ $10 OBO.
Bob 970-349-5159, 970-9017277. (1/7).
VANITY BENCH OR ENTRY
WAY BENCH FOR SALE: unique
claw foot style, 3x3x1’. $75
Call/text for photo. 970-2752765. (1/7).
FOR SALE:
4 light colored
kitchen cabinets, $10 ea. 6413325. (1/14).
GOT EGGS? NEED CARTONS? I
have about 15 to give away. Used
once (from the store.) 641-1443
leave message. (1/7).
for free guest access.
www.icconnex.com
BICYCLE LAWS: When you’re
riding a bike you are NOT a
pedestrian! For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department at 641-8200. (1/7).
STEPLADDER: 12 ft., aluminum.
In like-new condition. $95 or will
trade for 7 ft. stepladder in like
condition. 970-641-2560. (1/7).
WINTER SPECIAL!
SWACKETTE: its a sweater/jacket! Title Nine brand size women’ s
medium. Super attractive and
slim fit. Blue green colors. Retails
for $119. Perfect condition,
$40. 596-8954 (1/7).
BOOKS: Society the Basics John J. Macionis $25; Algebra
Form and Function - McCallum,
Connally, Hughes-Hallett $25; a
pocket style manual 6th edition
Diana Hacker, Nancy Sommers
$15. 316-253-5188 (1/7).
WANTED: Lots of interior white
paint; Hardi backer to 3/8; Sheet
rock 1/4 to 3/8; insulation; base
board & door trim; towel hangers;
metal screen; windows and trim;
crown molding; turquoise, crystals and other cool rocks (for art
projects). Call KV 970-376-1971
(1/7).
FOR SALE: CLIF Shot energy gel
packets. I bought bulk for pricing.
70 cents each. 349-5190. (1/7).
ALL HELMETS
ON SALE
ALL THE TIME!
Only at
Sun Sports Unlimited
West Hwy. 50
Gunnison
970-641-0883
Winter is the BEST time
to prune your trees.
Call Tree Tamers Inc for your
FREE ESTIMATE TODAY
and SAVE $$$!
Ph: 970-707-4067 or
visit treetamersinc.com.
Serving the local community
for 12 years!
Offer valid
(2/11/44)
ARTISTS WANTED! The Paragon
Local Artist Co-op is looking for
new guest artists to show and sell
in the gallery! You can visit
www.awearts.org/events.html to
download an application. Call the
gallery at 349-6484 or stop by
132 Elk Ave in Crested Butte for
more information. (1/7).
CLAY POTS FOR SALE: nice
thick decorative clay pots. 16”.
$5 each. 349-1321 (1/7).
FOR SALE: Remington AR-15,
camo stock, tactical case, custom trigger & cock lever, some
ammo. $1200. 209-2449. (1/7).
TIRE FOR SALE: General Tire
Grabber 265/75R15, never used.
209-0142. (1/7).
HARDCOVER BOOKS/TELL ME
WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR! I
HAVE OVER 300 Hardbacks/Soft
Covers including COOK Books &
Cooking Magazines! Many 1st editions, nonfiction, mysteries, college studies, biographies, etc.!
Prices from $0.50 cents to $20!
Please call 970-596-1557 today!
SKAR ZVX 12” SUBWOOFER
and designed enclosure for the
12. Extremely lightly used, $175
obo. for the two items. Call or
text 970-417-7178. (1/7).
FOR SALE: G3 Targa Telemark
bindings. With leashes. Cheap
deal at $25. 349-5190. (1/7).
IS IT TIME TO GET YOUR
QUICKBOOKS® FILE IN TIPTOP SHAPE FOR 2015? I can
help fix incorrect balances, eliminate duplicate customers and
vendors, and clean up your file to
help simplify your bookkeeping.
Call
Kim
Antonucci
(QuickBooks Pro Advisor) at
970-209-8146 (1/14/42).
TOOTH PAIN KEEPS MANY
CHILDREN
HOME
FROM
SCHOOL OR DISTRACTED
FROM LEARNING. Yearly visits
with a Dentist are important.
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
Public Health 641-0209 (1/7).
FOR SALE: Infra-Red Electric
Quartz heater. Like new, $120.
Please call 970-275-6311 (1/14).
FOR SALE: Kumbo radial tires,
Solus HP4 plus, 135/65R14
M&S, 3 @ $25 OBO. Call Bob
970-901-7277. (1/7).
VETERANS, TROOPS CAN
ALWAYS SALUTE: A change to
Section 9 of the US Flag Code
written
into
the
Defense
Authorization Act this year now
gives veterans and members of
the US Armed Forces the authority to render a salute to the flag,
whether or not they are wearing
identifying veteran apparel such
as an American Legion cap. All
others present should remove any
headwear, face the flag and place
their right hand over their heart.
Headwear should be held to the
left shoulder, leaving the right
hand over the heart. These acts
are to be conducted anytime
there is a hoisting or lowering of
the US Flag, whenever it passes.
Citizens of foreign countries
should stand at attention. (1/7).
WANTED: BOWLING BALLS,
any condition, will pay cash. Dan
641-5054, will pick up. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Craftsman snowblower w/14” propeller; Adrian
Steel brand tool box for small
truck. Dave 209-3529. (1/14).
BROWN ARM CHAIR with
ottoman. Microfiber fabric. Must
be picked up in Crested Butte
South. $75 for set. 970-9018864 (1/7).
FOR SALE: 800-900ft. of 3/8”
cable for sale, call for details,
275-4852. (1/7).
with Rick Barton
Trinity Bapst
COLLEGE STUDENTS HAVE
SKILLS that they would like to
share with you. Need some help?
Babysitters, tutors, laborers?
Look at the end of the employment section to find an able-bodied and minded student to do
what you need done. (1/7).
523 N. Pine ­ 6PM ­ Downstairs
“Verse by Verse through the Bible”
MYKALLA HIGGINS
AT
SHEAR BRILLIANCE
HAIR SALON,
offering professional hair
services for the whole family.
Walk-ins welcome,
or call 970-596-5755
for an appointment
BICYCLE LAWS: Don’t ride your
bike in crosswalks. To safely
cross streets, walk your bike on
crosswalks. For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department 641-8200. (1/7).
LADDER RACK & TOOL BOX
FOR SALE: have a heavy duty
lumber/ladder rack, and a diamond plate truck tool box. $500
OBO/trade? Please call Kirk 970596-2666. (1/7).
(1/28/pd/23)
ch
FOR SALE: Leatherman MultiTool, $15, 349-5190. (1/7).
THE BENEFITS OF HIGH-QUALITY PRE-K AND CHILD CARE
ARE ENORMOUS. IIt is an essential way to close the achievement
gap between children of different
economic backgrounds and prepare them for kindergarten and
beyond. For a list of local licensed
providers, stop by the Family
Services Building and pick one up
from the ECC or call 641-7913.
eccgh.org (1/7).
BICYCLE LAWS: When you’re
riding a bike you are NOT a
pedestrian! For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department at 641-8200. (1/7).
e
BLACK HEARTHSTONE cast
iron wood-burning stove. Two
years of use. Must be picked up in
Crested Butte South. $350. 970901-8864 (1/7).
AMERICAN FAMILY
INSURANCE & THE
NELSON FAMILY AGENCY
can provide local
protection
for your auto,
home, business, health,
and condo association,
and provide life insurance
for your family. Find out
for yourself why we were
voted “BEST INSURANCE
AGENCY” in the Valley!
Call Rick and his team of
professionals to compare
at 641-3481, or stop by
our office at 1140 N Main.
LAMP FOR SALE: genuine
brass, table lamp, approx. 2’ tall,
nautical style. $25. 970-2752765 (1/7).
FOR SALE: tempered glass panels, single pane, (4) 43”x83”, $50
ea. OBO. Call Bob 970-349-5159,
970-901-7277. (1/7).
AUDIO RECORDING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Alto Zephyr
ZMX862 6-Channel Compact
Mixer $50, TASCAM DP-004 4Track Digital Recorder $80.
Excellent condition. Includes AC
adapters and manuals. Get both
for $120. 970-596-0380 (1/7).
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FREE! AND WE
ARE MORE THAN GLAD TO
RUN THEM... [email protected],
www.gunnisonshopper.com,
970-6413148. (1/7).
DAKINE BIKE BAG FOR SALE:
Dakine 2014 bike travel bag.
Brand new, never used. Retails
for $375. Will sell for $200 firm.
Call 970-209-5232. (1/14).
COLORADO COUNCIL OF
MEDIATORS promotes the use
and understanding of mediation
as a means of dispute resolution.
The organization is committed to
the professional development of
its members as well as providing
education about the mediation
profession to the public. For more
info, call CCMO 1-800-864-4317
coloradomediation.org. (1/7).
Neat, Clean & Move-in Ready!
826 Antelope Rd.
3 bedroom/2 bath ranch
(1/7).
style home bordering
GOLD AND SILVER: turn your
old rings, earrings, chains into
dollars. Silver Queen Jewelry,
134 North Main, Gunnison,
641-9021. (1/7/19).
(1/7/17)
FOR SALE: 2 - 8x10ft. heavy galvanized elk panels, $150/both.
275-4852. (1/7).
Saturday Evening
Worship
PRIOR KHYBER SPLITBOARD
FOR SALE: Size: 168. Comes
with Large Spark R & D bindings
and Voile skins. Extra hardware
included. $800 OBO. Call Mike at
817-929-0249. (1/7).
10% OFF PRUNING!
1 Dec. - 1 Mar, 2014.
January 15th!
Email address required
(1/7/20)
FOR SALE: Craftsman Eager 1
snow blower. 26 inch path 8hp. 5
FWD speeds, electric start. $125,
970-596-0292 (1/14).
(1/28/19)
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: If there
are no sidewalks: walk facing
oncoming vehicles; walk as far to
the side as you safely can. For
more information, contact the
Gunnison Police Department 6418200. (1/7).
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DO YOU NEED HELP with your
small business management
problems? Either before or after
business is organized.
Let
“Service Corps of Retired
Executives” (SCORE) help you.
Service is free and confidential.
Call 641-1501. (1/7).
WALK IN WHIRLPOOL BATH
TUB FOR SALE: American made.
Has whirlpool and air jets. Hand
held shower. Barely used. Cost
$2300 new. Asking $700 OBO.
641-0210. (1/7).
FOR SALE:
30” Samsung
flatscreen TV, old style box, $50.
641-6434. (1/14).
IRRIGATION WATER FOR SALE
.1cfs Tomichi Creek water, call
596-8445 (1/7/pd/10).
public lands. Includes
$195,000 720 square foot garage,
1.07 acres, large covered deck and 1,404 square feet of
living space!
Contact Cathie Elliott: 970-641-0511
[email protected]
Gunnison Savings & Loan offers exceptional financing, including
30-year fixed rates as low as 3.750%/3.949% APR* for qualified
properties and buyers. Call and apply today!
Financing by... Offered by...
PADRES, por favor eduquen a
sus hijos como y cuando usar correctamente el 9-1-1. (1/7).
26” CRAFTSMAN 9-DRAWER
TOOL BOX: perfect for outdoors
or indoors! $200 OBO. 970-2096423. Thank you! Serious
inquiries only, please. (1/7).
FURNITURE FOR SALE: Marble
top dresser with mirror and
matching night stand $500; brass
headboard and footboard with
frame, queen size $150. Call or
text for pictures. 970-497-9232.
(1/14).
303 N. Main
Each depositor insured to at least $250,000
Backed by
the full faith
and credit
of the
United States
government
970-641-2177
www.gunnisonsl.com
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ‡ www.fdic.gov
241 N. Main Street
Gunnison, CO 81230
(970) 641-0511
View all of our listings at:
www.clarkeagency.net
*Annual percentage rate effective as of 1/6/2015. For example, on a home purchase
with a 20% down payment, a loan amount of $100,000 would result in 360 monthly
principal and interest payments of $463.12. Other rates and terms are available. Loan
amounts exceeding 80% of purchase price or appraised value will have a higher APR.
Rates subject to change daily. NMLS #483354
gunnison country shopper, january 7, 2015
HOUSE TO SUBLET as early as
Feb. 1,2015. 2 bedrooms, 2 full
baths plus 1/2 bath. Enclosed
back yard w/shed. S. 7th St.
$750./mo. Call Brenda 970-4178249. (1/14).
ROOM FOR RENT: $250/month
in a 3 bedroom trailer with 2 20ish
year old males and a dog. No
other pets, got a washer and a
dryer plus internet. Text or call
970-275-5110. (1/7).
SINGLE MALE LOOKING FOR
single bedroom, and single room
to rent in CB. Responsible, with
full time winter and summer jobs
and references. Lived in Crested
Butte for 2 years and I miss it!
Willing to pay up to $600 a month
plus utilities. 970-275-4796.
(1/14).
ONE OR TWO ROOMS TO
RENT in nice house by Hartman
Rocks. Clean. Responsible renters
only. $390. 209-8752. (1/7/18).
FOR RENT: Share 4 bedroom
house with one 30 year old male.
Month to month ok. $500 ea.
month half utilities/tv. Available
immediately. MUST HAVE A JOB.
303-908-0209 (1/14).
ONE ROOM FOR RENT in 3BR
condo, shared bath, $300/month,
no pets, no smoking, clean and
tidy a must. 970-275-0323
(1/14/21).
LOOKING FOR SMALL OFFICE
SPACE
RENTAL
with
bathroom/sink access. $200 or
less per month with short term
leases. Please call 303-396 9053 or email [email protected] if this space is
available. (1/7).
3 WOMEN IN THEIR 20’S looking for another female roommate
in nice 4 bedroom house. $400 a
month includes utilities. W/D,
garage, wood burning stove. No
Pets. Call 720-837-4169. (1/7).
1 ROOM FOR RENT: $340
includes everything, 2 miles north
of Gunnison, n/p n/s, first and
safe deposit, 719-239-0110 (1/7).
FURNISHED
VACATION
HOMES: available Nov 20-May 31
or month to month, no pets, no
smoking, please call 970-6411663 (1/7/18).
RESIDENTIAL RENTAL AVAILABLE: 970-596-0848. (1/7/4).
ANTELOPE HILL MH LOT FOR
SALE CHEAP, great views, .21
acres, taps paid, $24,395 or
$350/month owner carry w/$0
down, 209-5308. (1/7/23).
FOR RENT: 2 story, 2 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath with dishwasher, washer/dryer, wood stove. No pets.
$795 plus utilities. Pat 970-6413809. (1/7/22).
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GORGEOUS CUSTOM HOME on
2.13 acres alongside the Gunnison
River. This beautiful home is
immaculate inside and out. Hand
crafted features include custom cherry
cabinetry, a river rock stone gas
fireplace, and custom fir doors. The
four bedroom, 3 bath floor plan also
boasts in-floor heat, a master suite
with huge walk-in closet and jetted
master bath tub, game room and an
oversized attached garage. An
outdoor patio area is “just right” for
lounging as you decide whether you
want to walk over to the country club
and golf, or grab your fishing rod and
fish. The lush lawn and trees are well
watered by an underground sprinkling
system fed by a bordering pond. Call
Matt to see this fine home and all that
it has to offer. $799,500.
Matt Robbins
CRS, GRI Broker
998 County Road 730
Gunnison, CO 81230
970 -641-1900
Search other Gunnison
County listings at
www.monarchrlty.com
email: [email protected]
FOR RENT: Well maintained,
ranch style home. 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, 2-car garage in Gold Basin
Meadows south of Gunnison. Near
Tomichi Creek, on nearly a half
acre, next to Hartman Rocks.
$1,200/month. Call Bill 641-2235
for a showing. (1/7/40).
FOR RENT: 1 & 2 bedroom
apartments. 1 year leases. $450 $650 plus electric & gas. First,
last & security deposit. No pets.
412 N Iowa St., Phone 970-9019263. (1/7/26).
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 1/2
bath executive home on the
Gunnison River. Includes lawn and
garden care as well as water and
sewer. $2,250 a month with a
long term lease. Call Apogee
Property Management at 970641-8844. (1/7/38).
DO YOU NEED ACREAGE (UP
TO 40)? Just north of town and
300’ off valley floor, unlimited
water supply, forever views. 2099075, 641-4177. (1/7/23).
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2-car
garage Heatherwood Condo for
rent. Near golf course. Private
front and large back courtyard. All
modern
appliances.
$1200/month.
No
pets.
www.RentGunnison.com, or call
970-209-8770. (1/7/30).
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath.
washer & dryer, large pantry,
garage, lots of storage. Fenced
backyard with deck on the
Gunnison River in Island Acres.
See to believe! Nonsmokers, no
pets. $900/month, first and last
months’ rent. For info., call Jan
641-2433. (1/28/pd/43).
NICE 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
CONDO
UNEXPECTEDLY
AVAILABLE: NOW: heated single
garage, all appliances including
W/D. No smoking. $999/month
plus utilities.
719-659-1628.
(1/7/pd/24).
FOR RENT AT TOMICHI CABINS: one bedroom unit for rent,
plus brand new storage shed and
one car garage. Laundry onsite.
$550 per month plus utilities.
Smokers need not apply. One pet
allowed. 641-8897 evenings,
leave
message.
Thanks.
(1/14/38).
STUDIO CABIN: Almont private
road on Taylor River - Feb 1st.
$700 includes cable, internet and
firewood for rest of the winter
months to keep the heating bills
down. One block to bus stop.
w/d, n/s, pets negotiable
w/deposit.
214-549-7170
(1/7/pd/42).
(1/7/32).
LOOKING FOR A RENTAL?
Gunnison Real Estate and Rentals
has several available rentals in
and out of town. Give us a call at
641-4880 M-F 9am-5pm or stop
by our office at 129 East Tomichi
and check out our rental list posted
on
the
door.
www.GunnisonRealEstateandRent
als.com. (1/7/46).
Mountaineer Village
Apartments
Now leasing.
12mo. leases receive a
FREE Monarch Season Pass
Pet friendly housing
Come in and take a tour and
start your living experience with
Mountaineer!
Give us a call at
970-641-1688
(1/7/35)
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
Townhouse available February
1st. $950 per month plus utilities.
Water Paid. No Smoking or Pets.
Call
Chris
970-243-3587.
(2/11/24).
DOS RIOS HOME FOR RENT: 4
bedrooms, 2.5 baths, office.
Open floor plan. Two-car garage.
Backs to meadow. Gas fireplace.
Views of Hartman and W!
Affordable utilities. No smoking.
Dogs ok with additional deposit.
Move in negotiable $1950/mo.,
call 970-275-2215 (1/7/pd/41).
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 1/2
bath Westhaven Condo. Really
nice, like new, hardwood floors, all
appliances, large 1-car garage,
Low utilities. NO SMOKERS. No
dogs. Quiet responsible rents
only. $1000/month. 209-9398.
(1/7/33).
BUILDING FOR SALE: 9000
sq.ft. Newer, nice retail space.
Call 970-275-8146 for details.
(1/7/13).
TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT IN
GUNNISON: Available February
1. Very nice three bedroom two
and one half bath with garage at
Dos Rios Golf Course. $1000
month includes water, sewer,
garbage, lawn care, snowplowing
and appliances. Receipts available showing $70 month gas
heating bills in winter. Month to
month lease only requires 60 days
notice prior to leaving. For showing call Mark at 386-873-2547 or
386-747-8203. (1/7/pd/65).
THE LOFTS: for lease, 2 bedroom available immediately. W/D,
double car garage, next to WSCU,
cable, internet, weekly housecleaning included. No smoking or
pets $1250. Available November
1st. For showing call 970-5967487 (1/7/33).
GREAT 2 BEDROOM TRAILER
FOR SALE! In great park with
grass yard and trees. For info.,
call 970-596-2523. (1/14/pd/18).
4 - HALF ACRE RESIDENTIAL
LOTS: 55-95K, great pole barn
on one, trees, meadow, half mile
from town. 209-9075, 641-4177.
BUILDING FOR RENT: 9000
sq.ft. Newer, nice retail space.
Call 970-275-8146 for details.
(1/7/13).
GREAT HOUSE AT A GREAT PRICE
2340sf home with additional
unfinished basement at 901 N.
Spruce for $299,000. Includes
.20 acre corner & fenced lot, 2 car
garage, trees, active solar system,
hardwood, carpet, & tile floors,
3 bath, energy efficient features.
DOS RIOS
HOME close
to the back
nine of the
golf course,
borders
ranchlands,
5 bdrm/3 bath, paved driveway,
trees, hardwood floors, home
office, mud room, jetted tub;
952 Fairway Ln; $370,000
1BR 1BA DUPLEX: fantastic
views, easy access to highway,
pet friendly, new bathroom, 1400
square feet, everything included
except electricity. 3/4 mile from
CB. Available February 15th.
$1175, call or text 205-489-9128
(1/7/19).
FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF
TODAY REALTY’S AVAILABLE
RENTALS please visit our website
www.todayrealtyinc.net or call Joe
970-641-0077. (1/7/18).
BUY OF THE WEEK
THE LOFTS: for lease, 3 bedroom available January 20th.
W/D, double car garage, next to
WSCU, cable, internet, weekly
housecleaning included. No smoking or pets $1250. For showing
call 970-596-7487 (1/7/31).
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Apartments For Rent
BUY OF THE WEEK: Four bdrm/3 bath,
FAIRWAY CONDO with 1 car garage close to
2458sf home on over ½ acre at 521 Fairway Ln for
the golf course at 103 Shavano Dr Unit D6 for
$340,000. Amenities include new flooring & trim,
$153,000. Would make great starter home,
trees, fenced yard bordering open space,
rental, vacation rental, or family retreat.
covered porch, living room plus den, 2 car
***
CLOSE TO THE AIRPORT:
attached garage, rom to park RV.
Warehouse/contracting building with owner’s
***
FEATURED HOME: Great in-town home at 317 S
quarters at 721 S. 9th for $365,000.
Main features relaxing patio, detached garage,
Includes nice 2 bdrm/2 bath apartment,
4 bdrm/2 bath, basement storage/workshop,
fenced yard, industrial zoning.
low utilities, trees, mud room, greenhouse,
***
BURNIN’ DAYLIGHT RESORT at 940 Cove Rd for
& off street parking; $268,000
$575,000. Includes 36 acres, nearly 2,000sf
***
MOBILE HOME & LOT just east of Blue Mesa
home, laundromat, 6 cabins, 12 rv hook-ups,
Reservoir at 3 Phyllis Lane for $55,000. Sure
10 tent sites, Recreation building & more.
beats paying rent! 784sf, 2 bdrm/1 bath,
***
FIVE ACRES in Star Mtn Ranch with spring rights,
woodburning stove, lg yard, 2 sheds.
owner
financing,
and
top notch views for
***
$199,000.
WELL CARED FOR 3 bdrm/2 bath home with extra
***
large 2 car detached garage at 826 Antelope Rd
TWO COMMERCIALLY ZONED LOTS in the
for $195,000. Includes 1+ acre bordering public
100 Blk of S. 11th for $110,000.
lands, room to park RV, camper, etc.
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INDUSTRIAL ZONED LOTS, 10+ lots with owner
CLOSE TO BLUE MESA RESERVOIR, 4 bdrm/
financing at Bidwell & S. 12th for $21,700.
2 bath home built in 1999 on 19.46 acres
***
bordering BLM land for $250,000. Priced under
ESTY LANE building site with excellent views of
recently appraised value. Just 3/8 mile from
the Ohio Creek Valley. Borders public lands,
the Iola boat ramp; 31583 Hwy 149
23+ acres; $139,900
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LA VETA TOWNHOME, free standing with lg
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PONDEROSA
MOBILE HOME PARK lots for sale
fenced yard, 1 car attached garage, 2171sf,
starting at $29,500. Lot size is nearly 8,000sf.
patio, bonus room/den. Call Cathie for details;
604 W. Gunnison; $199,000
Palisades Apartments
Affordable Housing
970-641-5429
Apply in person at
600 North Colorado
Gunnison, CO
HUD Section 8 Apartments
2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. Rent based on income
& assets. Example: Gross annal household
income $12,000, your rent would be
approximately $281 per month.
Equal Opportunity Housing
MEDICAL OFFICE SPACE FOR
RENT: for rent 7 days a week available immediately. Includes
reception area and one room to
see clients - massage, acupuncture, physical therapy, etc. $600
a month includes everything. 970355-9686. (1/7/33).
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PLENTY OF
ROOM TO
ADD on to
this 1020sf
home at 621
N. Boulevard
for $165,000.
Includes 3 corner lots, fenced
yard, hardwood floors, some
remodeleing, convenient location
between downtown & schools.
TODAY Realty
of Gunnison, Inc.
www.todayrealtyinc.net
600 W. Tomichi Ave.
Gunnison, CO 81230
970-641-0077
or After hours 970-209-0077
MOTIVATED
12299 W Highway 50
WONDERFUL 6.43 ACRE TRACT
overlooking the beautiful Blue Mesa Lake and
the spectacular Dillon Pinacles! You and your
family will enjoy the comfort of this large ranchstyle home! 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths $199,000!
410 S Taylor
Huge beautiful luxurious 5 br 3 1/2 bath home
in one of Gunnison's finer neighborhoods.
Huge open living room with high ceilings.
Huge master suite on main level $482,000!
SHOP SPACE FOR LEASE:
Signal Peak Industrial Park, 2
units at 1000 sq.ft. Can be combined. 970-988-9795. (1/7/17).
1313 W. Ohio #22
Beautiful Huge 4 bedroom home very well
maintained, very clean and shows just
GREAT!! All large rooms throughout plus
very large back deck! Lawn area & backs up
to pond. 6 Months Free Lot Rent $79,900!
73 Columbine Road
Beautiful well built 4 br 2 1/2 bath, 2 living areas with huge barn & outbuildings as
an extra including you own chicken coop
w/laying hens! $450,000!
IF YOU ACCIDENTALLY DIAL 91-1, STAY ON THE PHONE until
the dispatcher tells you to hang
up. (1/7).
77 Brookside Drive
Exceptional 3 Bed,
2 Bath home on the
Gunnison River.
Recently remodeled,
fenced backyard,
fishing access,
mature landscaping, quiet neighborhood close
to town. No Covenants! $395,000 Call Jay
44291 E. Highway 50
Comm uni ty B roke rs
Serving Gunnison & Crested Butte
131 North Main, Gunnison, CO 81230
Call Now! (970)641-1188
160 Mohawk Trail
17+ Acre horse property Handsome 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath
near town with great
Log home among mature
views! Ideal 3 Bed, 2 Bath
trees in Wilderness
home includes unfinished Streams. Corrals, tack
basement space with
shed, enclosures & West
pellet stove & new roof.
Elk Wilderness access.
Enjoy the beautiful back
Hiking, Horseback
patio area. $299,500
Riding, Fishing Rights!
Call Erich
$524,750 Call Tom
Roaring Judy Ranch! A beautiful 38+ Acre parcel with southern exposure & amazing views, well is in place. Ideal location. $399,000 Call Erich
4.91 Acre building site inside the gated community of Wilderness Streams. Pass Creek borders the north side of the property. $199,500 Call Tom
12+ Acres on CR 17 with mountain views. Near Gunnison & suitable for a variety of uses. Subject to Gunnison County LUR. $25,000 Call Erich
SEE ALL LISTINGS AT: www.g unnisonfor sale.com
Erich
Ferchau
596-0848
Tom
Courtney
596-2681
Jay
Miller
209-2864
Denise
Baker
209-5828
Joey
Micucci
901-6405
gunnison country shopper, january 7, 2015
6-7 PERSON HOT TUB: Vita
Spa, 6 yrs. old, new $9000, hardly used, sell $3050 OBO. 2754852 (1/7).
HOME THEATRE SURROUND
SOUND SYSTEM: Sony HTCT350 sound bar with subwoofer,
multiple HDMI inputs/outputs.
Includes remote, owner’s manual,
and bracket to mount to Sony TV.
Excellent condition. Only $150!
970-641-4828. (1/7).
WEST ELK
WINDSHIELDS
Mobile Auto Glass Service
Under New Ownership
641-4505
Your Crack is Our Business.
(1/7/16)
LAS EXPERIENCIAS POSITIVAS tempranas son esenciales
para un éxito futuro en la escuela,
trabajo, y la comunidad. Los servicios a los niños pequeños que
tienen riesgo de retrasos en el
desarrollo han demostrado un
impacto positivo en el desarrollo
del lenguaje y la comunicación. Si
quiere una lista de los establecimientos locales con licencia,
pase por la oficina de Servicios
Familiares ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) o eccgh.org
(1/7).
MOSSBERG 395T 12 gauge
shotgun, full choke, bolt action,
$125 Firm. 513-574-0110 (1/7).
FOR SALE: 2’6”x6’8” flush oak
door; 6” steel jambs, $100 OBO,
will deliver. Call Bob 970-3495159, 970-901-7277 (1/7).
WANTED ANTLERS
SHEDS & RACKS
Pay Top Dollar
Berfield’s Stage Stop
970-641-5782
(4/1/pd/11)
¿TOMA POR LO MENOS 8
vasos de agua todos los días?
Los líquidos son muy importantes
para un cuerpo saludable, el agua
ayuda a regular la temperatura
del cuerpo, alivia la constipación,
mantiene a los ojos, la nariz, y la
boca húmedos, y lleva a las substancias nutrientes y las medicinas a los lugares indicados. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Lazy Boy sofa, blue
and white, no tears, in excellent
condition. $75 OBO. Call 2756311. (1/14).
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE.
Search for any ad in our regular
weekly paper.
www.gunnisonshopper.com.
(1/7)
DID YOU KNOW that children are
recommended to have their first
dental visit by age 1? Gunnison
Hinsdale Early Childhood Council.
eccgh.org. Public Health 6410209 (1/7).
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE DINING
SET! ONLY $500 OBO! ANTIQUE
SOLID OAK TABLE W/4 CHAIRS.
Beautiful 1930-40’s Era, pullout
leaves tuck/hide for small gatherings, includes 4 tastefully upholstered chairs, in VERY EXCELLENT condition, compare over
$1,500 NEW! Please call 970596-1557! (1/7).
2011 EPIC FSR SPECIALIZED
MOUNTAIN BIKE FOR SALE:
Great fit for smaller women, rear
brain shock, nice components,
asking $2900, call 970-2702993. (1/14).
AUTO DETAILING
by ROLANDO
Wash, Wax, Carpet Cleaning,
Interior Steam Cleaning
Call John Roberts
Motor Works
for an appointment
970-641-0920
(1/7/20)
BICYCLE LAWS: Follow all traffic laws: ride on the RIGHT side of
the road; STOP for stop signs.
For more information, contact the
Gunnison Police Department 6418200. (1/7).
WHITE MELAMINE & ASPEN
TRIMMED DISPLAY STANDS.
One
measures
47”x24”x
(16,36,26)”, with storage underneath; looks like an Award
Podium. Second is a two tiered
stand measuring 60”x24”x24”.
Looks like steps. $100/both.
Great for displays or plant stands.
970-641-1306 (1/14).
GUNNISON PETS
AND HOBBIES
For your live tropical fish & supplies
Fresh and Salt Water
Aquaria pumps, food and more.
Enter through
Silver Queen Jewelry
134 North Main, Gunnison
641-2366
(1/7/29)
SABÍA UD. Cuando marca el 9-11 en el condado de Gunnison se
pone en contacto con el centro
de policía de despacho. (1/7).
LA OFICINA MULTICULTURAL
225 N. Pine St, B ahora tiene fondos para operar a tiempo completo gracias a nuevos subsidios.
Ubicada en la misma oficina que
CAFÉ (clases de inglés para adultos y la familia). Pase por la
Oficina o llame a Ellen 641-7999
(deje mensaje con su número telefónico). Debido a que muchas
veces tengo que ir a juntas o
entrenamientos, a veces no estoy
en mi oficina, y lamento el inconveniente. Si tiene una emergencia
médica, llame al 911. (1/7).
HELLO KITTY: fold up fort/ tent
and tunnel. Folds down to a storable size. Retails for $44. Yours
for $20. Brand new. 596-8954
(1/7).
BETTY’S CLEANING
Elba Alarcon
970-417-7432
Serving Gunnison County
Residential - Commercial
Job Site
“Spiffy Clean in a Jiffy”
(1/7/17)
KEY NUMBERS FOR WARRIORS AND FAMILIES: If you
are a wounded, ill or injured
Warrior: 1-800-342-9647. If you
are experiencing domestic violence: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). If
you have experienced sexual
assault, 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).
If you are thinking about suicide:
1-800-273-TALK (8255). If you
have any questions about
Psychological
Health
and
Traumatic Brain Injury: 1-866-9661020. - Al Falsetto, Veterans
Service
Office,
641-7919.
America is free thanks to our veterans. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Yakima car top bike
racks with cross round bars and
locks, $50 OBO. Call Bob 970901-7277. (1/7).
ANTLERS
WANTED TO BUY
Deer, Elk, Moose.
All Kinds
Shed or Racks.
White or Brown.
Traders Rendezvous
Gunnison
641-5077 or 641-6999
(1/7/21)
PLEASE PROOF your advertisement the first week it is printed.
Credit will be given for only one
incorrect insertion. Correction
deadline is Tuesdays at 10am for
free ads and 2pm for paid ads.
Thank you, Gunnison Country
Shopper. (1/7).
FOR SALE: travel bag for golf
clubs $25; golf bag and some
clubs; $10 ThermaCell electronic
bug repellant $25; Raquetball
raquets $10; call 970-765-4232
SEATED CALF MACHINE:
Heavy duty Commercial grade.
This machine is overbuilt and will
last forever! $185. 970-5968062 (1/14).
(1/14).
SPACE HEATERS: 1 - 35,000
BTU diesel burner, $50; 1 55,000 BTU $50; 1 - 100,000
BTU propane, $125. 970-2096051. (1/14).
NEW YEAR’S
SNOWMOBILE
SPECIAL!
2015 Polaris RMK
800
Now Save $1600
Only $9999
after Mfg’s & dealer
incentives.
Low Interest.
Low Payment
Financing WAC.
Sun Sports Unlimited
970-641-0883
FOR SALE: solid oak custom
made book shelves, 1 - 5’x8’ tall,
1 - 4’x8’ tall. $15 each. 6416616. (1/14).
LOVELY SAGE MARCHELLA
DINING TABLE w/matching chair
and window bench from Pier 1
Imports. Excellent condition.
Asking $450, or best offer.
Pieces may be sold separately.
Call/text for details 720-2568978 (1/7).
SHOPPER SPECIALS! Want to
find out about our advertising
specials? Go to our website at
www.gunnisonshopper.com for
all the details! (1/7).
DO YOU WANT SOME HELP
WITH YEAR-END TAX FORMS
AND FILING IN QUICKBOOKS®? I can come on site
with tax forms in hand. We can
submit your forms more quickly
than you think. Call Kim
Antonucci (QuickBooks Pro
Advisor)
970-209-8146
FOR SALE: 4 - 6-lug Chevy rims
w/tires, $100 OBO. 596-7842.
(1/7).
DYNAFIT (Brand new in boxes)
Cho Oyo 174 cm. skis (1080 g.)
w/ Speed Superlight bindings and
Dynafit 174 skins. $1,150. That’s
25% off retail and no tax! Lightest
best BC ski out there. Could be
used in GT. Call Pat O’. 970-3497250. (1/14).
NEW TIGER POWER Multi-Power
air compressor. 11.9 gallons,
CFM 100 PSI; PVM 100 LPC.
$800. 275-0685 (1/7).
WANTED: ski boots for a toddler
size 9 or 10, and a woman’s size
8. 596-8954 (1/7).
PIANO FOR SALE: Charles R
Walter traditional, pecan wood,
full action, wood sound board,
excellent sound. Paid over
$5000, will sacrifice $2400. 970275-2765. (1/7).
SPYDER SKI JACKET: Men’s
med. blue. $45. 970-596-4747
FOR SALE: Toro 524 snowblower. 5hp, 24” cut. Runs well, $100.
209-3525. (1/7).
BOB BIKE TRAILER: for touring
trips not for kids. Comes with
large dry bag. Excellent condition.
$200. 505 670 4269 (1/7).
AAA
APPROVED
AUTO
REPAIR: Request an appointment
online at precisionauto.net.
(1/7/10).
FULLMER’S ACE HARDWARE
AND THE AMERICAN LEGION
have teamed up by having a box
(by the front door) where you can
drop off all unserviceable US
Flags. (1/7).
FOR SALE: wood casement window WC 4457-2. Insulated with
storms, $150 OBO. Bob 970901-7277. (1/7).
DON’T FORGET! Gunnison
Valley PTA is collecting Box
Tops 4 Education. This is an
easy way for anyone to support
your
local
community
school/PTA. You can send your
Box Tops to your child’s classroom or put them in collection
containers at the public library or
the community center. Thank you
for your support! (1/7).
LADIES SCARPA T2
MARK BOOTS: size 8.
used and has moldable
very comfortable. Great
970-641-5198 (1/14).
TELEGently
liners,
boots.
LARGE DOG CRATE FOR SALE:
plastic sided with metal door and
windows. Collapsible into 3
pieces for travel. 36x26x24.
$45. 970-275-2765 (1/7).
A.R.E. COMMERCIAL TRUCK
TOPPER: with Ergo locking ladder rack. Like new condition. Fits
6 1/2’ bed. 80” long x 68” wide.
Locking side boxes. Metal grate
back window. Sliding front window. Dark red color. New $2400.
Sell for $850. 596-6359 (1/7).
FREE CLOTHES! If you need
clothes, please call. Starting a
Gunnison Clothes Bank. Maureen
641-0171. (1/7).
FOR SALE: set of 4 Arctic Claw
winter Txi 2013 studded tires
size 205 55/16, great shape,
$200, 970-596-9390 (1/7).
FOR SALE: snow blower tire
chains, $10. 349-5190. (1/14).
XC SKIS FOR SALE: 195cm
skis, poles, carrier in very good
condition $30. Boots size 44
(Men’s approx. 10 1/2) $10. 6411443 leave message. (1/7).
TRUCK
TOPPER/CAMPER
SHELL: Leer. Longbed (8ft),
black, sliding windows. No leaks,
NO LOCK, $175. 970-901-7648
(1/7).
SUPER SPECIAL
SAVINGS!
Check Out Our
SALES RACK
up to 60% OFF
Basics for Men
100 North Main
642-4223
(1/28/19)
DOS RIOS GOLF MEMBERSHIP: call 970-596-7675 and
make an offer. (1/7).
FOR SALE: 4 General Altimax
Arctic 225/60/R16 98Q and 1
Toyo Garit-HT 225/60/R16 98H
snow tires w/steel rims. Rims fit
2001 Chevy Impala. Tires can fit
other vehicles. Excellent condition. $425. 970-275-1729 (1/7).
FOR SALE: old Casey’s bar
piano, vintage Epworth Grand
Piano, $100 OBO. Will deliver.
Bob 970-901-7277. (1/7).
I.S.O.: Playstation 2 1st person
shooter games, 596-8813. (1/7).
CANDLE WAX WANTED: new
or used whatever shape, form,
condition or color, call 970-5964440 (1/7).
(1/14).
(1/14/40).
PEACE IS PATRIOTIC! Fifteen
minutes for peace every Friday at
noon, Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (1/7).
FOR SALE: walnut coffee table
w/glass top, $225, 275-4852.
(1/7).
(1/7/27)
SI MARCA EL 9-1-1 POR ACCIDENTE NO CULEGUE Y MANTENGA LA CONEXIÓN hasta
que el operador le indique. (1/7).
FLORAL PRINT POTTERY
BARN KIDS twin-sized sheet set.
Duvet cover, standard sham
cover, pillow case, fitted and top
sheet, matching lamp shade.
Slight blemish on one side of
duvet cover. 970-901-8864 (1/7).
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WORRIED ABOUT DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS IN YOUR
YOUNG CHILD? Call Public
Health for referral information @
641-0209. (1/7).
SNOW BLOWER: Used Ariens
26”, model #926001, good condition, $200. Call 970-641-6297
(1/14).
FOR SALE: 33x12.50 R15 rims
& tires, 970-275-8300. (1/7).
SHOPPER
DEADLINES:
News/Press
Releases,
Community Calendar items,
Mondays 10am; Free Ads &
Notices, Tuesdays, 10am; All
paid ads/business ads, including
free ad late fees Tuesdays,
2pm. Thank you for your coopera
t
i
o
n
.
www.gunnisonshopper.com, 6413148. (1/7).
VEN A COMPARTIR UNA HISTORIA Y A APRENDER INGLÉS
CON TU HIJO(A) EN LA BIBLIOTECA DE CRESTED BUTTE.
Niños de 18 meses a 3 años los
miércoles a las 11 de la mañana;
Niños del preescolar 3 a 5 años,
los miércoles a las 2:30 de la
tarde. (1/7).
(1/7/30)
GUNNISON SAGE GROUSE TSHIRTS are available at Pat’s
Screen Printing. Sponsor local
conservation efforts with beautiful
local artwork. (1/7).
FOR SALE: rollout keyboard
trays, (7) bamboo, 20”x16”, $30
OBO. Call Bob 970-349-5159,
970-901-7277 (1/7).
FOR SALE:
Outdoor Light
Fixtures.
3 lg. heavy duty
wrought iron pendant type. $50
each. Please call for photo 9442495. (1/7).
WHAT HAPPENS
when you cross a
Tree Tamer with snow?
SNOW TAMERS INC!
Call us for your
FREE ESTIMATE TODAY.
We specialize in
entryway/roof snow clearing,
hazard prevention and ice
removal.
Ph: 970-707-4067 or
visit snowtamersinc.com.
Serving the local community
for 12 years!
(2/11/44)
NEW MULTI-CLEANER POWER
WASHER: 6.5 Hr. Built-in heater.
$900. 275-0685 (1/7).
TRACTOR TIRE CHAINS FOR
SALE: fit 18.4x24” tires, $100
OBO. Call Bob 970-349-5159,
970-901-7277. (1/7).
GLASSWARE: Some specialty
beer glasses, lots of water glasses. All great condition. Call Liz
497-0787 (1/7).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE.
TAYLOR’S FIREWOOD
596-0110
(1/28/pd/6)
PARA LAS PERSONAS MAYORES DE 65 AÑOS—TODOS
LOS JUEVES (excepto días feriados) La Despensa de Alimentos
de Gunnison (Gunnison Country
Food Pantry) está abierta de
10am to 2pm, 321 N. Main St #
C. (sobre calle Ohio) 970-6414156. También puede llamar a la
Oficina Multicultural 641-7999 si
tiene preguntas. (1/7).
FREE THINNING: For mountain
properties, call for details. 2754852 (1/7).
AUTO RAMPS FOR SALE:
4000# load capacity, 6500# max
vehicle weight, metal set of 2.
$45. 970-275-2765. (1/7).
SPAY AND NEUTER ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE from the
Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare
League. Millions of homeless pets
die every year because there are
simply too many of them. Pick up
an application for assistance at
your veterinarian’s office today or
call 641-1173 for more information. (1/7).
FIRE PREVENTION: If you have
any questions about fire safety or
fire prevention or if you would like
a free home fire safety inspection,
call your Fire Marshal, Dennis
Spritzer 641-8153. Brought to
you by your Gunnison Fire
Department. (1/7).
THESE ARE NOT ROCK SKIS!
ONLY $400 OBO! Almost
$1,000 new! LADIES K2 ONE
LUV’S w/Marker bindings in exc.
cond.! Also included is a barely
worn/like brand new ladies Smith
helmet size sm w/speaker setup!
Please call 970-596-1557 today!
(1/7).
WATER METER: $150; 2754852. (1/7).
GUNNISON COUNTY RECYCLING CENTER has 24 hour
drop off for #1 & #2 plastics,
glass, tin, aluminum, newspapers/magazines and corrugated
cardboard (NO slick or wax covered cardboard). 811 Rio Grande,
Gunnison. (1/7).
FOR SALE: white Whirlpool dishwasher. 5 years old but only used
4 months a year. Very good condition. Updating kitchen. A great
deal for someone @ $50. 6415141. (1/14).
BRAINSTRONG is Gunnison
Valley’s own homegrown support
group for people with all types of
brain injury, (including stroke, disease, TBI, concussion, etc.) and
caregivers of people with brain
injury. Our goal is to provide support and education for survivors,
caregivers and all members of
the community who would like to
learn more about brain injury
recovery. The group meets on the
last Monday of every month from
12-1pm in the conference room
at Gunnison Valley Health Hospital
(next to Audiology). Come share
your stories, share your concerns
and learn about resources! The
group often hosts presentations
and webinars on helpful topics for
supporting the recovery process!
Come join us and bring your
lunch! 970-275-9545 (1/7).
ROCK TUMBLER: new in box, 2
drums, heavy duty, great gift,
$60, text or call 803-600-8020
(1/7).
FOR SALE: Pearl Izumi Seek II.
Women’s waterproof running
shoe. Size 9. $20 Call or text for
pictures or more info 540-7982324 (1/7).
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Reaching the
Gunnison Country
from Sargents to
Cimarron, Lake City to
Crested Butte with
papers
4 seasons,
52 wednesdays
a year!
7,700
DO YOU HAVE AN UPCOMING
EVENT FOR THE GUNNISON
COMMUNITY? Fundraiser? Kids
event? Multicultural gathering?
Artistic endeavor? All-around good
time? Let us know. We’ll print
your community notice for free.
Call
641-3148.
Email
[email protected]
Let all of Gunnison county and the
surrounding areas know what
you’re planning for them. (1/7).
FREE TV’S! Sanyo 32 inch and
RCA 26 inch with built in DVD player. Call to arrange pickup in
Almont. 970-641-5984. (1/14).
FOR SALE: martial arts (Kenpo)
uniform white top and black
pants. size medium to large. $30.
Call 970-901-1712 for info. (1/7).
We Sell WeatherPorts,
We Repair WeatherPorts,
We Buy WeatherPorts,
We Rent WeatherPorts!
Contact Global Shelters
today for all your
WeatherPort needs.
Serving the Gunnison/
PLEASE HELP US MAKE THE
GUNNISON COUNTY RECYCLE CENTER A SUCCESS!
Bring us your #1 and #2 plastics,
corrugated cardboard, newspaper, office pack & shred, glass,
tin, aluminum, and batteries. For
more info 641-0044. (1/7).
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
Need not be done by the dealer to
satisfy your warranty requirements, enjoy the convenience of
hometown service. Low cost
rental
cars.
Precision
Automotive is your “AAA
Approved Auto Repair”, celebrating 30 years of service to the
Gunnison Valley. 641-4040 precisionauto.net (1/7/43).
HAVING TROUBLE PAYING
FOR YOUR BIRTH CONTROL?
Have you been thinking of getting
tested for an STD but didn’t know
where to go? The Gunnison
County Public Health Family
Planning Program is here to help
with these and other services! Call
641-0209 to make a confidential
appointment today. Fees dependent on income, no person is
turned away for inability to pay.
Sharbel @ 970-209-9711
(1/7/33)
DID YOU KNOW WHEN YOU
DIAL 9-1-1 in Gunnison County
you reach a Dispatch Center in
Gunnison? (1/7).
RED POTTERY BARN standard
quilted shams. $20 for both.
970-901-8864 (1/7).
Are you ready for
indoor recess?
Now Open
Stone Goat
Athletic Club
Racquet, Fitness, and Fun
Open 9 am daily
Gunnison’s Original
fitness center.
A place to pause
and relax, be fit.
21 and older
Call for your reservations
and times
970-275-1855
THE COLORADO CHILD SUPPORT WEBSITE (www.childsupport.state.co.us) contains a special section for parents that may
be viewed in both Spanish and
English. The section provides
complete information for parents
on all child support and paternity
issues. There are also several
informational
downloadable
brochures for parents on the website.
Contact Sherri at the
Gunnison County Department of
Human Services, 641-7944 for
assistance. (1/7).
TIRES FOR SALE: 2 Firestone
Winterforce UV P215/70R16
99S, like new; 2 Mastercraft
215/70R16
Snow
Groove
Courser MSR. Mountain 16” rim;
1 Tigerpaw Uniroyal P215/70R16
radial; $75 per tire. Call 970-5960978 (1/7).
BARNWOOD 4 SALE
Largest Inventory in Colorado
Drop in and see what’s
been going on.
44 County Road 51
Like us on Facebook
at Stone Goat, or
http://
stonegoatathletic.vpweb.com
(1/7/pd/64)
DO YOU HAVE A WELL? Well
water naturally has differing levels
of fluoride in the water. Find out
your levels by testing your water.
Talk to your dentist about what
your water’s fluoride level means
to your family. Gunnison Hinsdale
Early
Childhood
Council.
eccgh.org. Public Health 6410209. (1/7).
FOR SALE:
Sony surround
sound $50; Sony DVD/VCR, $25.
641-6434. (1/14).
FOR SALE: pair St. Bernard ski
poles, each holds 13oz. of
booze. 209-0142 (1/7).
FM TRANSMITTER FOR SALE!
Micro-Power FM transmitter with
indoor/outdoor antenna. Perfect
for home entertainment. $185
OBO. Call or txt 970-596-6661
(leave msg) (1/7).
barnwoodamsalvage.com
COAL
Excellent
Lump and Oiled Stoker
$115/ton
Nut also available.
Best In Years.
Paonia
970-527-4434
(1/7/26)
(2/25/pd/16)
2X Rough Sawn Doug Fir
1X Barn Siding
Hand Hewn Barn Beams.
Rough Sawn Timbers.
3x8 - 18x18
970-596-2407
WANTED: marble run (plastic or
wood). 596-8954. (1/7).
TIRE CHAINS: Thule brand. Fit
rims 245, 265, 275. $170 new.
Now $65. 275-2765 (1/7).
COMUNÍQUESE CON GUNNISON HINSDALE EARLY CHILDHOOD COUNCIL. o visite
eccgh.org. ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) para obtener
una lista de las guarderías certificadas. (1/7).
ST.
PETER’S
CATHOLIC
CHURCH WOULD LIKE TO
THANK SAFEWAY AND CITY
MARKET for their donation of
bread for our Christmas Food
Boxes. We were able to deliver
45 boxes of food to those in need
in our community. The bread
products are greatly appreciated.
(1/7).
SNOWBLOWER: fits skid loader,
new condition, $5000. 970-2098913. (1/14).
JENN-AIR STAINLESS STEEL
GAS GRILL: set up for natural
gas, 3 main burners and side
stove top. $150, call 970-7654232 (1/14).
DIAMONDBACK WILDWOOD:
women’s commuter/touring bike.
21spd., Shimano components.
Medium frame. Rear rack.
Excellent condition. $175. Call
for pics, 970-209-2058 D, 970641-4077 E. (1/14).
(1/7).
¡USTED PUEDE AYUDAR A
NUESTRA COMUNIDAD! Puede
donar alimentos no perecederos
y ponerlos en los cubos rojos que
la Despensa de Alimentos
(Gunnison Country Food Pantry)
ha puesto en varios sitios de
Gunnison (Safeway y City Market
y más lugares). ¿Preguntas? 970641-4156. También puede llamar
a la Oficina Multicultural 6417999 si tiene preguntas. (1/7).
(1/14).
Save money on your
cell phone bill by
connecting to our
Citywide Connex WiFi,
KEY WEBSITES FOR WARRIORS
AND
FAMILIES:
Information on facilities, services
and benefits: www.woundedwarr i o r r e s o u r c e c e n t e r. c o m .
Directory of medical and nonmedical resources: www.nationalresourcedirectory.org.
Information on Defense Centers
of
Excellence:
www.dcoe.health.mil. Servicespecific
information
and
resources:
www.militaryonesource.com. Information and
resources for after-deployment
concerns:
www.afterdeployment.org. Returning service members
(OEF/OIF):
www.oefoif.va.gov. - Al Falsetto,
Veterans Service Office, 6417919. America is free thanks to
our veterans. (1/7).
GATEWAY ERGONOMIC KEYBOARD FOR SALE: $15. 3491321 (1/7).
FOR SALE: set of 4 2013 studded tires size 205 55/16 great
shape, $200, 970-596-9390.
(1/7).
Crested Butte
valley for over 45 years!
SALOMON SKATE SKI BOOTS
FS: Women’s 40 (size 8.5 - 9)
Vitane Carbon, Pilot. Excellent
condition. $85 firm. Joellen 970275-3516 (1/14).
it’s free until January 15th!
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/20)
IF YOU HIT AN ANIMAL WHILE
DRIVING WITHIN GUNNISON,
please call 641-8000 and report
the accident. The animal involved
will be safely transported to a veterinarian for treatment. Thanks!
(1/7).
1983 SUPERIOR TRAILER: 16’,
Heavy duty 12,000lb rating. Dual
axle. $750 OBO. 970-349-6361
x102. (1/14).
BIG AGAVE PLANT in a nice clay
pot. large, hearty plant. $25.
349-1321 (1/14).
2010 S WORKS CARBON
FRAME W/CRANKS 19” SIZE
LARGE: Sram xo carbon bb30
cranks, horizontal dropouts, only
ridden one season. Low miles.
$1,000. Ken 303-847-6271.
FOR SALE: 125,000 btu
propane space heater (1 yr old)
$75; 6-ton bottle jack $15;
ThermaCell electronic mosquito
repellent with refills, $25; paper
shredder $20; call 970-7654232. (1/14).
LOCAL US POST OFFICE
PHONE NUMBERS: Gunnison
641-1884; Almont 641-3653;
Crested Butte 349-5568; Parlin
641-4676; Pitkin 641-9236;
Powderhorn 641-8737; Sargents
641-1418; Lake City 944-2560;
Cimarron 252-8366. (1/7).
FORD PICKUP BED TRAILER:
good wood hauler, $300. 6416908. (1/7).
K2 APACHE RECON SKIS FOR
SALE: 119/78/105 178cm.
$50, all proceeds go to Adaptive
Sports Center “The Recon is the
most versatile all-mountain ski
available.” -K2 Please Call 214544-5779 (1/14).
TWELVE STEP MEETINGS IN
GUNNISON: all meetings are
held at The Last Resort, 114 N
Wisconsin unless noted. 6416056. Monday, AA-Open, 8am;
AA Tradition Study 7pm. Tuesday,
AA-Open, 8am; Al-Anon, 7:30pm;
AA-Open,
Good
Samaritan
Episcopal Church, 307 W Virginia,
7:30pm. Wednesday, Big Book
Study, 8am, AA Open, 7pm.
Thursday AA-Open 8am; Daily
Refections, 7pm. Friday AA-Open
8am; AA-Open, 7:30pm; AA-Open
8am; AA-Women in Recovery,
9:30am; AA-How Was Your
Week?, 7pm. Sunday, AA-Open
8am; AA-Open 7pm. (1/7).
FOR SALE: black WeatherTech
Digital Fit front floor mats for
2012 GMC Yukon. These sell for
$128 from the manufacturer. $25
firm takes the pair. 312-2032636. CB South. (1/14).
WICKER BLINDS FOR SALE:
26” wide 47” long. Ten total,
darker redwood color. Call Liz
497-0787 (1/7).
WOULD YOU LEAVE MONEY,
CASH, OUTSIDE ON THE SIDEWALK UNATTENDED? That’s
what you’re doing when you leave
your bike unlocked. Bicycle thefts
can be stopped by using a bicycle
lock. The average bike lock costs
$20, much cheaper than a new
bike. Isn’t your bicycle worth it?
(1/7).
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Arts.Sports.Food.Festivals.Dances.LiveMusic.Exercise.SeniorsEvent s.School.Libraries.VolunteerOpportunities.WHO?Plays.Work
shops.F u n d r a i s e r s . Races.Clubs.Yoga.To ur s .Education.Bingo.Observatory.WHAT?Museums.Rodeos.Ci
r cu se s. Ma r k ets . F ai r s. W e l l n e s s . WH EN ?R ec ov e r y . R e c r e a t i o n . C hu r c he s. V e t e r a n s . L i b r a r i e s .F a m ilies. A r tOpe ni ng s . P
a r a d e s . W H E R E ? S p o r t s . F o o d . F e s t i v a l s . D a n c e s . C o n v o v c a t i o n s . E xerc ise. S y m p o s i u m s . S c h o o l . R a l l i e s . V o l u n t e e r O p p o r t u n i
ties.Kids.Plays .Workshops.Fundraisers.Races.Clubs.WHY?Tours .Education.Bingo.Observatory.Galleries.Museums.R odeo s . C ir c u s es . M a r
W H O ? W H AT ? W H E N ? W H E R E ? W H Y ? H O W ?
Wednesday, January 7
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, Sunrise Prana Vinyasa 7am
w/Leia, 9am Fit & Fly w/Kate, 4:15pm Hatha
w/Meegan, 5:45pm Teens/Tweens w/Rachel. 513
S. Main St., Gunnison. gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Every Wednesday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Boomers Book Club will meet in the W Mountain
room of the Community Recreation Center at
1:15pm. "A Certain Justice" by P. D. James.
Ginny Koepsel 641-3046.
• Winter/Spring Marbles. "Competitive Marbles",
ages 6-14. Meet in the Southeast basement of
Chipeta Hall on the WSCU campus from 4-5pm on
Wednesday afternoons, beginning January 7th.
Jerry Piquette 641-0944, [email protected]
• Free Meditation class every Wednesday 5-5:20pm
at Main Street Clinic, Gunnison, on the alley.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Wed., 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• Gunnison Bible Institute at First Baptist Church
each Wednesday at 7pm. Open to the public.
• Community Taizé Service: Open to all. Come &
enjoy this time of quiet & music. Held the 1st
Wednesday of every month, 7pm, at Good
Samaritan, 307 W Virginia, Gunnison.
• Alanon/Alateen Crested Butte, 7:30pm
Wednesdays, The UCC Church Parlor, 403 Maroon
Ave. alanon.org
Thursday, January 8
• H&R Block ACA Q&A Day, 123 W. Virginia Ave.
Dennis Schock will be available from 9am-7pm to
provide a free ACA Tax Impact Analysis. No
appointment is necessary. 970-648-4421.
• English Classes, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9am1pm at CAFE and Multicultural Office (no
childcare). Ellen 970-641-7999, Marsha 6417647.
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9am Hour of Power w/
Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia. 513 S. Main St.,
Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Every Thursday (excluding Holidays): Senior's Day
65+, Gunnison Country Food Pantry, 10am-2pm,
321 N. Main St., #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Living Journeys Cancer support group meets the
1st Thursday of every month, at noon,
downstairs at the Community Church. This is an
uplifting gathering. Virginia at 970-641-2530
• Western Pilates at The Sanctuary (513 S. Main
St., Gunnison), www.westernpilates.net. 5pm.
• Talk to a Lawyer for Free, Thursday Night Bar
(legal advice clinic), at the Family Services
Building, 225 N. Pine St., Gunnison, 5:30pm.
Ellen 641-7999
• Timothy White Artist Reception, 5:30-7:30pm.
Free. "American Prosperity" is a series of mixed
media wall panels. Show runs through January
19. At the Piper Gallery.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 349-7487, 606 Sixth
St., Crested Butte
• The Confidential Advocacy Center (CAC) is
offering peer support groups to women affected
by domestic violence, first & third Thursday, 67pm. 641-2712.
• Thursdays 6:30-8 Lamaze at Colorado Fitness.
Call Ariel for details 970-275-3749.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Daily Reflection,
7pm, 114 N Wisconsin, Gunnison,
aawesterncolorado.org
• Join the GAC's Book Talk from 7-8pm in the GAC
to discuss Still Life by Louise Penney. Open to the
public more info at [email protected] or
gunnisonartscenter.org.
Friday, January 9
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Sunrise Yin
w/Delaney, 5:30pm Aerial w/Kate. 513 South
Main St., Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Crested Butte Dance Collective, Aerial
Conditioning: Fridays through April 3, 8:309:15am. $8/class. Center for the Arts 349-7487,
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• Crested Butte Dance Collective, Open Aerial
Dance: Fridays through April 3, 9:15-10am.
$8/class. Center for the Arts 349-7487,
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• Friday Frame Drumming with Barb Haas Jan. 9,
16, 23, 30 12:10-12:50pm, at The Sanctuary, 513
S. Main St., Gunnison, gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Emotions Anonymous: Fridays 3-4:30pm, The
Center for Mental Health 710 N. Taylor,
Gunnison. 641-0229
• Kids Cook! For Teens starts in Gunnison. For
teens grades 6 and up. Fridays, 4-6pm.
Registration open. Scholarships available. 970417-7848, [email protected]
• Please join us for meeting of Inmigrantes Unidos
de Gunnison at 6:30pm at St. Peter's church
basement. 970-209-1807.
• Gunnison competition dancers will be holding
BINGO at the Elks Lodge this Friday at 7pm.
Tickets are $10. Call 209-0242, or tickets can be
purchased at the door.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Speaker, 7pm, 114
N. Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• 2nd Annual Miner’s Ball, at Kochevar's from 610pm. This is the major FUNdraiser for the
Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum.
Tickets are $75. 349-1880.
Saturday, January 10
• 3rd Annual Magic Meadows 7 will be held on
Saturday, January 10th from 8am-3pm at the
Magic Meadows Yurt. For more information,
registration, and to pledge visit cbnordic.org.
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9-10:30am; Apres Ski 56pm. Instructors vary. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Women’s, 9:30am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• Classic Nordic Ski Series, 10-Noon. Learn to Kick
and Glide with Gregg Morin. Free with Gunnison
Nordic membership. RSVP to Gregg 970-6411137. www.gunnisonnordic.org
• Skate Ski Clinics with Duncan Callahan, Sat., Jan.
10 & 17, 10 - 11:30am. Free with Gunnison
Nordic membership. Call Duncan to RSVP 970275-8950. www.gunnisonnordic.org
• Classic Nordic Ski Series Sat., Jan 10 & 17 10Noon. Learn to Kick and Glide with Gregg Morin.
Free with Gunnison Nordic membership. Gregg to
RSVP 970-641-1137. www.gunnisonnordic.org
• Yoga For Cyclists w/Rachel Alter, 11:30–1pm $25.
513 S. Main St., Gunnison gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Crested Butte Nordic Mountain Store Citizen
Point Series Race, Magic Meadows Half-Dozen
Criterium. www.cbnordic.org
• Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday Praise
and Worship 10am; Bible discussion & kids
programing 11am. 77 Ute Lane, 970-209-7911 or
970-234-2336
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org.
Sunday, January 11
• Second Sundays Community Yoga with Kadie, 910am. Pay what you can! Restorative w/Karah, 56pm. The Sanctuary, 513 S. Main St., Gunnison.
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Sundays @ The Yurt. On the Nordic trail system
at Magic Meadows. Sundays from 10-2.
www.cbnordic.org. Pass required (free for kids &
elders) no pooches.
• Cross Country Ski Clinic at Black Canyon of the
Gunnison National Park. Call to register or
reserve your spot at 970-249-1914 ext. 423.
www.nps.gov/blca
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 513 S. Main St.,
Gunnison, gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Sundays, 7pm, 114
N Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Monday, January 12
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Prana Vinyasa with
Leia, 12:15pm Aerial with Kate, 5:15pm Iyengar
w/Lynn T. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Daily, 8am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• Western Pilates at The Sanctuary Studio, 513 S.
Main St., Gunnison, with Kenny Marks. Red Cord
at 8:45am. www.westernpilates.net.
• Every Monday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• How To Paint a Portrait, CB Center for the Arts,
Mondays, thru March 9, 6-8pm. $130 + $35 supply
fee. No experience necessary. Instructor: Megan
Craver. www.crestedbuttearts.org; 349-7487
• Adult Education classes begin, 6pm at the
Gunnison Elementary School, 1099 N. 11th.
$10/for the semester. 641-7684.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Traditions, Mondays,
7pm, 114 N Wisconsin, Gunnison,
aawesterncolorado.org
Tuesday, January 13
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Kudalini w/Joe, 9am
Hatha w/Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia,
5:15pm Relax w/Mary. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Morning English Classes begin, 8:30am at the
Family Services Center, 225 N. Pine. All are
welcome! Call the Center for Adult Education,
Ellen 970-641-7999, Marsha 641-7647.
• Gunnison Kiwanis meets every Tuesday at noon at
Café Silvestre, 903 North Main St., Gunnison.
• Knights of Columbus will meet the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of every month at Parish Hall.
• Kids Cook! For Teens starts in Crested Butte. For
teens grades 6 and up, In CB Tuesdays, 5-7pm.
Registration open. Scholarships available. 970417-7848, [email protected]
• SonOfAGunn Auditions! 5pm. Actors, actresses,
stage tech, costume designers, volunteers, young
and old... 641-4029 www.gunnisonartscenter.org
• Celebrate Recovery Meetings, Tuesday, 6pm, Oh
Be Joyful Church, Crested Butte. 970-596-3846
or go to www.ohbejoyfulchurch.org.
• Introduction to Meditation at your local library
with Dr. Jonathan Barfield. In Crested Butte,
7pm, free and open to the public.
www.gunnisoncountylibraries.org
• BINGO Tuesdays at the Elks Lodge, Gunnison,
7:30pm
• Alanon/Alateen Gunnison, 7:30pm Tuesdays. The
Last Resort 114 N Wisconsin St. alanon.org
Wednesday, January 14
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, Sunrise Prana Vinyasa 7am
w/Leia, 9am Fit & Fly w/Kate, 4:15pm Hatha
w/Meegan, 5:45pm Teens/Tweens w/Rachel. 513
S. Main St., Gunnison. gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Gunnison MOPS will meet the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of the month. All moms with children
0-5 are invited to attend. Desha 970-901-4223 or
Kimberly 970-765-6348.
• Every Wednesday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Free Meditation class every Wednesday 5-5:20pm
at Main Street Clinic, Gunnison, on the alley.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Wed., 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• Gunnison Bible Institute at First Baptist Church
each Wednesday at 7pm. Open to the public.
• Introduction to Meditation at your local library
with Dr. Jonathan Barfield. In Gunnison at 7pm,
free and open to the public.
www.gunnisoncountylibraries.org
• Alanon/Alateen Crested Butte, 7:30pm
Wednesdays, The UCC Church Parlor, 403 Maroon
Ave. alanon.org
Thursday, January 15
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9am Hour of Power w/
Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia. 513 S. Main St.,
Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Computer classes at the Gunnison Library. Learn
to download free library ebooks to your reader.
5:30pm. Please call 641-3485 to reserve your
spot.
• reCreations Live painting, 6-8pm. $35. The
Sweet Spot in Mt. Crested Butte. "Red Poppy" by
Georgia O'Keefe. www.crestedbuttearts.org;
970-349-7487.
• The Confidential Advocacy Center (CAC) is
offering peer support groups to women affected
by domestic violence, first & third Thursday, 67pm. 641-2712.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Daily Reflection,
7pm, 114 N Wisconsin, Gunnison,
aawesterncolorado.org
• Mountain High Music Festival, January 15 - 18,
2015. www.mountainhighmusicfest.com
Friday, January 16
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Sunrise Yin
w/Delaney, 5:30pm Aerial w/Kate. 513 South
Main St., Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Crested Butte Dance Collective, Aerial
Conditioning: Fridays through April 3, 8:309:15am. $8/class. Center for the Arts 349-7487,
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• Crested Butte Dance Collective, Open Aerial
Dance: Fridays through April 3, 9:15-10am.
$8/class. Center for the Arts 349-7487,
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• FreeCycle Friday, Ute Hall on WSCU campus,
donate or browse FREE items. 720-878-2537.
• Friday Frame Drumming with Barb Haas Jan. 9,
16, 23, 30 12:10-12:50pm, at The Sanctuary, 513
S. Main St., Gunnison, gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Emotions Anonymous: Every Friday 3-4:30pm, at
The Center for Mental Health 710 N. Taylor,
Gunnison. 641-0229
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Speaker, 7pm, 114
N. Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Saturday, January 17
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9-10:30am; Apres Ski 56pm. Instructors vary. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Crested Butte Nordic Mountain Store Citizen
Point Series Race, Citizens Race #4 - 10k/20k
Classic. www.cbnordic.org
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Women’s, 9:30am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
T he Deadline for THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR is MONDAY at 10:00 a.m.
• Classic Nordic Ski Series Sat., Jan 10 & 17 10Noon. Learn to Kick and Glide with Gregg Morin.
Free with Gunnison Nordic membership. Gregg to
RSVP 970-641-1137. www.gunnisonnordic.org
• Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday Praise &
Worship 10am; Bible discussion & kids
programing 11am. 77 Ute Lane, Gunnison. 970209-7911, 970-234-2336
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• GAC Monthly Fim: "Point and Shoot" 7pm in the
GAC Black Box Theater, 102 S. Main Street.
Tickets $10. gunnisonartscenter.org, 641-4029.
Sunday, January 18
• Sundays @ The Yurt. On the Nordic trail system
at Magic Meadows. Sundays from 10-2.
www.cbnordic.org. Pass required (free for kids &
elders) no pooches.
• Cranor Ski Hill open from 10-4:30. $14/Adults
and $10/Children. Season Passes available! 6418060, www.cityofgunnison-co.gov
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, Restorative w/Karah, 56pm. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Sundays, 7pm, 114
N Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Monday, January 19
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Prana Vinyasa with
Leia, 12:15pm Aerial with Kate, 5:15pm Iyengar
w/Lynn T. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Daily, 8am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org.
• Western Pilates at The Sanctuary Studio, 513 S.
Main St., Gunnison, with Kenny Marks. Red Cord
at 8:45am. www.westernpilates.net.
• Every Monday (excluding Holidays), Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, 970-641-4156. 970-641-4156.
• Meditation for Stress Reduction, 4 week
workshop presented by the Gunnison Sanctuary,
Mondays: January 19-February 9, 7-8:15 pm.
$30. Mary 970-209-5476
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Traditions, Mondays,
7pm, 114 N Wisconsin, Gunnison,
aawesterncolorado.org
Tuesday, January 20
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Kudalini w/Joe, 9am
Hatha w/Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia,
5:15pm Relax w/Mary. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Qigong with Sandra Karas 10:15-11:30pm, at The
Sanctuary, 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Gunnison Community Blood Drive, 10:30am4:30pm. Gunnison Fair Grounds, 275 S. Spruce S.,
Gunnison. Bonfils Appointment Center 800-3650006, ext 2 or visit bonfils.org.
• Gunnison Kiwanis meets every Tuesday at noon at
Café Silvestre, 903 North Main St., Gunnison.
• Knights of Columbus will meet the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of every month at Parish Hall.
• SonOfAGunn Auditions! 5pm. Actors, actresses,
stage tech, costume designers, volunteers, young
and old... 641-4029 www.gunnisonartscenter.org
• Celebrate Recovery Meetings, Tuesday, 6pm, Oh
Be Joyful Church, Crested Butte. Call 970-5963846 or go to www.ohbejoyfulchurch.org.
• BINGO every Tuesday at the Elks Lodge, 7:30pm
• Alanon/Alateen Gunnison, 7:30pm Tuesdays-The
Last Resort 114 N Wisconsin St. alanon.org
Daily Happenings
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Daily, 8am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
A Look Ahead...
• Western State Colorado University Blood Drive,
January 21, 8:30am-3pm. Donations inside the
Western Lower/Practice Gym. Appointments:
Suzy Coykendall 943-2645 or visit bonfils.org.
• Fiesta Night! Follow-up Salsa Dancing Instruction
by Joseph Guadian. Sat., January 24th at 6pm.
810 N 11th St (across from Gunnison Community
Schools). ALL COMMUNITY INVITED.
• Sergeant Ken Weichert, of START Fitness is
coming to Gunnison! Boot Camp Weekend Fri.,
January 30 & Sat., January 31. Colorado Fitness,
641-3375
• Kenny Mac Ski Fest - Nordic Ski Races and Cold
Cash Snowflake Dash, Saturday morning, January
31st, 2015. Venue and details to be announced
January 10th! www.gunnisonnordic.org
• Cold Cash Snowflake Dash, Saturday morning,
January 31st, 2015. Details to be announced
January 10th! www.gunnisonnordic.org
email [email protected] .com
Want to become more involved with the community? Consider
We’re all about KIDS! Volunteer for our upcoming 2015 events:
• Blue Mesa Fishing Tournament and Fish Fry, May 2-3
• Gunnison Cattlemen’s Days Kickoff Dinner and Dance, July 4
• Cattlemen’s Days Pre-parade Pancake Breakfast, July 11
Visit our facebook page at Kiwanis Club of Gunnison and
Join us for lunch any Tuesday at noon in the upstairs meeting room of Café Silvestre. Lunch is on us!
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RHODES
UPHOLSTERY
(1/7)
SKI BACKPACKS: used Black
Diamond, Covert w/avalung $90,
used Bandit w/avalung $60. 970390-4861. (1/14).
People are raving about it!
If you haven’t already
taken advantage of the
FREE WiFi through IC Connex
what are you waiting for?
Service is free
until January 15th.
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/30)
DO YOU READ AND USE THE
CITY
MARKET
WEEKLY
INSERT FROM THE GUNNISON
COUNTRY SHOPPER? If you do,
we need some help from our
readers to have it inserted in The
Shopper once again. Please, if
you do use the insert call City
Market and let them know how
important it is to you and how you
use it weekly. Thanks for your
help and support from all our
readers through the years! City
Market Local 641-3816 (1/7).
¿SABÍA QUE RECOMIENDAN
QUE LOS NIÑOS visiten al dentista por primera vez cuando
tienen 1 año de edad? Gunnison
Hinsdale Early Childhood Council.
eccgh.org. ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) (1/7).
FOR SALE: Scarpa Skookum AT
ski boots, 27.5, heat moldable liners, $50. 349-5190. (1/14).
BICYCLE LAWS: Try to ride single file; You can ride 2 abreast but
you can’t impede traffic. For
more information, contact the
Gunnison Police Department at
641-8200. (1/7).
35 OLDER PLAYBOY MAGAZINES: Mostly mid 1970’s, $45
OBO, 513-574-0110 (1/7).
FOR SALE: used carpet, premium quality, low pile Berber,
approx. 14’x12’ in 3 pieces, exc.
cons. $50. 641-6352. (1/7).
I.S.O.: free or super cheap, old
hand crank coffee grinder, or
something similar. 970-5962216. (1/14).
BACKCOUNTRY SKIS: Volkl XX,
Marker AT bindings. Great condition. $350 970-209-9732. (1/14).
LOCAL
CHURCHES
ASS EMBLI ES OF GOD
“The River”
9 2 C o u n ty R oa d 1 7 • 641 - 08 64 • P as t or Mi ke Da r n e ll
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F a m i l y B i b l e S t u d y : 9 : 1 5 a m S u n d a y M o r n i n g S a t u r d a y E v e n i n g Wo r s h i p : 6 p m
H i s p a n i c Wo r s h i p : S a t u r d a y 6 p m , B i b l e S t u d y : T h u r s d a y 7 p m
We d n e s d a y S e r v i c e s: B . L . A . S . T. & Yo ut h & P r a y e r M e e t i ng - 6 : 3 0p m
w w w. T B C g u n n i s o n . c o m
(1/7).
TWO OAK CHAIRS: one needs
caning, 209-0142. (1/7).
HENRY’S RADIO & TV
Sales, Service and Installation
TVs, Stereos, Satellite Systems
641-1453
641-0656
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Free Pickup and
Delivery
Free Estimates
Furniture, Auto & Marine
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WELL PRESSURE TANK: 44
gal. $200, 970-390-4861. (1/14).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
$200 Split & Delivered
970-765-6032
DESK with medium stained top,
antique white sides 29-1/2’ x 65”,
very good condition. $50. 3499364. (1/7).
(1/28/pd/7)
PSA = PUBLIC SERVICE
ANNOUNCEMENTS: that means
it is a service to the public, and it
is our pleasure. Let all of the
Gunnison Country know what you
have in store for them. FOR FREE!
[email protected],
www.gunnisonshopper.com, 6413148. (1/7).
NICE LUDWIG DRUM SET FOR
SALE: $800 OBO (paid $1300)
596-2243. (1/7).
FOR SALE: Raichle All-degree
Lite Gore-tex hiking boots.
Women’s 6.5. New in box. Really
nice. $40. 349-5190. (1/7).
PROFESSIONAL DETAILING:
Carpet, upholstery shampoo,
buff, wax, complete interior and
exterior.
Call Precision
Automotive for a appointment.
641-4040, precisionauto.net
(1/7/19).
FOR AN UPDATED LIST OF
LICENSED
CHILDCARE
PROVIDERS, look on the
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council website,
eccgh.org, or come by Public
Health for a copy. 641-0209
(1/7).
YAKIMA ROOF RACK: Round
bars with locks. Bought, but
dosen’t work with my new car.
Came off a Subaru. Paid $100 will take $80. 970-389-6971
(1/14).
ROGUE
CROSS-TRAINING
DOG SLED: Less than a year old
and only used indoors on carpet.
Excellent condition $180. 970596-8062. (1/14).
LO MEJOR PARA EVITAR LA
GRIPE ES LAVARSE LAS
MANOS— ¿Cómo se trasmite la
gripe? Tiende a ocurrir en brotes
por contagio de persona a persona a través de gotitas de saliva
o secreciones nasales, que el
enfermo expulsa al aire que respiramos contagiando los que estamos a su alrededor cuando tose,
estornuda o se suena la nariz.
Oficina Multicultural 641-7999
(3/25).
PLEASE: do not ride your bike on
sidewalks and remember to ride
on the right hand side of the road
and to stop at stop signs. (1/7).
TELESCOPE FOR SALE: $50,
970-209-6051. (1/14).
IS IT TIME TO GET YOUR
QUICKBOOKS® FILE IN TIPTOP SHAPE FOR 2015? I can
help fix incorrect balances, eliminate duplicate customers and
vendors, and clean up your file to
help simplify your bookkeeping.
Call
Kim
Antonucci
(QuickBooks Pro Advisor) at
970-209-8146 (1/14/42).
FREE! Washer, dryer and refrigerator! All are a bit older, but work.
Please call Marc 970-349-9108.
Happy New Year! (1/14).
DOO THE RIGHT THING! The
GVAWL asks all dog owners to
please clean up after your critters! Doggie poo is not only disgusting, it contaminates water
and soil. It also gives dogs and
their owners a bad rap. Please
pick up the poo, people! (1/7)
CONSTRUCTION
HEATER:
Dayton Natural Gas 100,000BTU
Radiant with hose. Excellent condition. $100. 970-209-8521
(1/7).
SUPER SPECIAL
SAVINGS!
Check Out Our
SALES RACK
up to 60% OFF
Basics for Men
100 North Main
642-4223
(1/28/19)
THINK YOU MAY HAVE A
DRINKING PROBLEM? There
are weekly AA meetings throughout the Western slope. For meeting times & locations, please call
970-245-9649 or 888-333-9649,
or go to www.aawesterncolorado.org. (1/7).
henrystv.com
SERVING GUNNISON AREA SINCE 1961
1 1/2 miles North of Gunnison on Highway 135
OLD
SCHOOL
SWEATER:
Woolrich wool sweater. Women’s
medium (says large but fits Like a
M) mostly black with pink and
white pattern along the neck. Its a
classic! 596-8954. Make offer.
SI USTED ATROPELLA A UN
ANIMAL cuado esta manejando
en Gunnison, favor de llamar al
641-8000 y reporte el accidente.
El animal involucrado será seguramente llevado a un veterinario
para que lo atiendan. Gracias.
(1/7).
7,900
Gunnison
Country
Shoppers
every
WEDNESDAY
(1/7).
CASH TO LOAN
on Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
Traders Rendezvous
516 West Tomichi, Gunnison
641-5077
(1/7/14)
YOU - ON THE BIKE: townies,
roadies, mountain bikers - you are
a part of traffic and the traffic
laws apply to you. Please STOP
at stop signs and ride on the correct side of the street. (1/7).
SIXSIXONE PRESSURE SUITS!
One older model $50. One brand
new. $150 OBO on either. Call
970-560-2153. (1/14).
COFFEE AND END TABLES:
Medium brown oak with light
smoked colored glass tops
trimmed with gold. Measures
56”x25”x16”;
26”x22”x21”;
22”x22”x16”. $250 for set of
three, OBO. 970-641-1306 (1/7).
TIRES FOR SALE:
2 265/75/16, good for about 1
more season, $50. 970-2096051. (1/14).
Let Us Sell Your
ATV or Snowmobile
Only $75
Sun Sports Unltd
641-0883
(1/7/13)
FOR SALE: CARGO TRAILER:
Used, Haulmark, 16’, double axle,
good condition. $3,500. 6416297 (1/14).
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY:
use
crosswalks to cross the street don’t cross the street mid block in
traffic. For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department 641-8200. (1/7).
(1/7)
WANTED: iPhone 4 wanted.
Have you upgraded your iPhone
and now have a iPhone 4 sitting
around. I’d like to buy it. Give me
a ring on your new phone to tell
me you’ll sell me your old iPhone
4. Call 642-3733. (1/7).
NIMBLE FINGERS
SEWING SERVICES
From Revamping to Costumes
Experienced Seamstress
Call Andrea
596-4972
(1/7/13)
DRIVING TO DENVER? Audio
books on tape, CD, even MP3!
Come by the Ann Zugelder library,
307 N. Wisconsin before you
drive out of town. Popular
authors, classics, business and
self-help, whatever your taste is!
(1/7).
SEEKING OLD BARN WOOD or
an old barn to relocate. Let me
know if you’re interested in getting rid of your old barn and need
someone to move it. 970-2097058. (1/14).
DVD/BLURAY MOVIES FOR
SALE! ALMOST 100 TITLES!
ALL In EXCELLENT/PLAYED
ONCE
Condition!
$1,000’s
Invested! ALL for ONLY $200!
Hurry won’t last long! Please Call
970-596-1557 today! (1/7).
FREE ADS: please try to limit
free ads to 30 words. All ads are
subject to editing for length and
content. Thank you. The Gunnison
Country Shopper 641-3148,
[email protected]
(1/7).
THE JOB HOTLINE
109 East Georgia
Gunnison
970-641-0031
gunnison country shopper, january 7, 2015
BIG MOVING SALE: from pianos
to plants, furniture, beautiful
antique woodburning stove, &
more. Call between 2-5pm,
275-8949. (1/7).
The Admissions Representative is responsible for pre-admitting
and admitting patients to the hospital, either during a face to face
interview or over the phone. This position is responsible for
verifying insurance benefits, providing estimates for services,
obtaining ABN forms, and collecting money at time of service.
The Admissions Representative will communicate in a
compassionate and professional manner with patients and other
hospital staff. CO#6026851
SNOW REMOVAL
To remove snow and ice from decks, walkways, and stairs at
various properties. Safety is always #1 in everything we do.
Remove snow and ice by shovel and ice chippers. Remove snow
with snow blowers (when trained). Assist properties
maintenance when needed. Works well as a team member.
CO#6024280
RETAIL CASHIER
You will help run the store by operating the cash register system
and assisting customers get in and out quickly. CO#5967961
Been laid off from a job recently? You may qualify for personalized
assistance with job search, career guidance, resume development,
interviewing, job skills development, relocation assistance and MORE.
CDLE is an EO Employer/auxiliary aids/services available upon request.
For information on these or other jobs, call 641-0031.
NOW HIRING
• DAYTIME SERVERS
• DAYTIME DELIVERY DRIVERS
Can earn $14 or more per hour with tips. Must be a licensed
insured driver, age 18 or older with a clean driving record.
Excellent training and advancement opportunites, flexible work hours,
meal discounts.
Apply online at jobsatpizzahut.com
E.O.E. M/F
GET ELEVATED!
In beautiful Mt. Crested Butte
NOW HIRING!
Currently seeking experienced professionals
for the following positions:
RESTAURANT GENERAL MANAGER
DINING ROOM SUPERVISOR
for their restaurant 9380 Prime located at 500 Gothic Rd.,Mt. Crested Butte, CO 81225
Applicants, please send resume’ to: [email protected]
ELEVATION HOTEL & SPA 970-251-3000
500 GOTHIC ROAD MT. CRESTED BUTTE, CO
BINGO EVERY TUESDAY at the
Elks Lodge, 7:30pm. (1/7).
Great news!
FREE WiFi
via Citywide Connex
is available through
January 15th!
Email address required
for free guest access.
www.icconnex.com
(1/7/20)
lost&found
LOST: Smith Lockwood Tactical
sunglasses. On December 21
near St. Peter’s, the Corner cupboard, Gene Taylor’s, or Safeway.
I would love them back for New
Year’s. Thanks! Call or text 970985-1921 (1/7).
LOST BLACK CAT: 8 month old
American long hair black cat. Ran
away Christmas Day on 11th and
Gothic. She has clear caps on her
front claws and is very sweet.
CASH REWARD. Please call or text
at 651-769-5139. Thanks! (1/7).
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS are at
the Gunnison Police Department.
To claim an item listed below
please contact a Neighborhood
Services Officer at 641-8242: 142191 Drivers license owner
Andrew Buchanan; 14-2195 Blue
Moon town bike; 14-2201 Wallet
owner Daniel Brennan; 14-2206
Jamis town bike; 14-2208 Huffy
BMX bike; 14-2224 One silver
key/one hand cuff key; 14-2224
Four keys on a blue clip & fob; 142224 Two keys, leather strap,
Hasting card; 14-2224 Bank of
America debit card; 14-2224
Ironhorse mtn. bike; 14-2246
Specialized mtn. bike; 15-0005
Three silver keys on a sandal key
chain; 15-0005 wallet owner
Aneyye Akelsen, (1/7).
garagesales
ONGOING INSIDE MOVING
SALE: 110 Mountaineer Dr.
(behind the rec center) Entire
household must go - all items
priced with tags. Stop by Monday
- Friday, or call 970-964-7036,
970-964-8734. Entertainment
center, TVs, tools, hunting equip.,
Christmas, 3 bedroom sets, a
truck, too! (1/7).
small dogs!
We have a number of lovely lap dogs
who are available for adoption now! Visit
during shelter open hours Wednesdays
5-7 and weekends 10-1, or call for an
appointment at a
different time.
B e t s y Fo l k e r t h , MSPT
970-641-2118
ADMISSIONS REPRESENTATIVE
B
a
employment
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL
DISTRICT:
Night
Custodian - CBCS. Position is full
m
time with benefits. Please
contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard,a 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/7).
WANTED: experienced roof
shovers. No slackers and no illegals. Must have shovel, harness,
and rope. 970-209-8925. (1/14).
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL
DISTRICT:
Food
Service Cook - GCS. Position is
3.5 hours per day while school is
in session. Wage range is $11.03$11.94 per hour dependent on
experience.
Position
starts
January 5th. Please contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/7).
HELP
WANTED:
Part-time
Furniture Delivery Driver and
Shipment Receiver. Mon-Fri. Must
have valid driver’s license and
clean driving record - CDL preferred. Must be able to lift 100+
pounds. $9-12/hr. depending on
experience. Call 641-0727 or fill
out application at Back at the
Ranch, 100 Spencer Ave. (1/14).
A LADY CONTACTED ME
ABOUT BABYSITTTING our 5
year old on a long term basis but
was going to be out of town from
Dec. 18 to Dec. 28. I lost her
information. If that lady happens
to read this ad, could you please
send me your information again?
T
h
a
n
k
s
.
[email protected] (1/14).
WESTERN STATE COLORADO
UNIVERSITY is hiring a Special
Programs Coordinator. This is a
full-time, exempt position that will
work primarily with the LEAD
Office to support student activities and programming. Full position announcement and application instructions can be found at
www.western.edu/jobs. AA/EOE.
(1/21).
HOTEL FRONT DESK CLERKS
WANTED: Full and part time positions available. Please apply, in
person, at the Gunnison Comfort
or Quality Inn. (1/14).
COLD LASER - MASSAGE
HERBAL REMEDIES & MORE
You may qualify for personalized
WHETSTONE ASSOCIATES is
seeking a motivated, part-time (812 hrs/wk) computer/IT and
administrative professional to
serve as single point of contact
for software licensing and installation, network printer setup, minor
server and email maintenance,
interfacing w/offsite network consultants, document scanning,
You
computer backups, and misc.
office tasks. Email resume to
s CDLE
w y mis aannEO
@ Employer/auxiliary
whetstoneassociates.com. No phone calls
please. (1/14).
CHILDCARE
PROVIDERS
NEEDED for Cooking Matters
Classes on Fridays 11-1pm from
January 9-February 13. Classes
teach families cooking skills, food
budgeting, and nutrition. Many
participants have small children
and need childcare. Classes take
place at the Fred Field Western
Heritage Building. Stipend available at the completion of classes.
Call Jessica at 724-421-7357 for
more information. (1/7).
GUNNISON VALLEY HEALTH
has the following openings, at the
HOSPITAL: 1 PT Credentialing &
Policy
Coordinator,
1
FT
Hospitalist (MD), 1 FT Medical
Technologist,
1
FT
Mammography/CT Tech, 1 FT
MRI/CT Tech, 1 Temporary
Housekeeper (30hrs/wk), 1 PRN
Admissions Rep . At SENIOR
CARE CENTER: 1 FT Staff Nurse
(LPN or RN), 1 PT Life Enrichment
Provider. At HOME MEDICAL
SERVICES: 1 FT Certified Nurse
Aide. Please visit our website for
more in-depth position descriptions,
specific
qualification
requirements and to apply online
http://jobs.gunnisonvalleyhealth.o
rg, or call HR for questions 970641-1456. (1/7/91).
HELP WANTED: Monty’s Auto
Parts is seeking counter help.
Position is full time and permanent. Clean driving record is
REQUIRED. Parts or automotive
experience is requested. Apply in
person at 223 W. Hwy 50. (1/14).
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL
DISTRICT:
Food
Service Cashier - CBCS. Position
is 3.5 hours per day while school
is in session. Wage range is
$11.03-$11.94 per hour dependent on experience. Position starts
January 5th. Please contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/7).
SERVER NEEDED: Las Palmas
Restaurant. Apply in person at
138 West Tomichi, Gunnison.
(1/14).
SE NESESITAN PERSONA para
la cosina. Aplicar en persona Las
Palmas 642-1108. (1/14).
GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTORS AND PERSONAL TRAINERS: Western’s Mountaineer Field
House is looking for both. Must
have current certifications in
CPR/AED/First Aid and a nationally recognized certification in personal training and/or group fitness instruction. Please send all
requests to [email protected]
(1/7).
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Girls Golf
Coach - GHS. Hours are after
school Monday through Friday.
Season runs mid-February through
May. Experience preferred. Please
contact: Superintendent’s Office,
Shawna Campos, 800 N.
Boulevard, 970-641-7760, [email protected], OR
Colorado Workforce 970-6410031 (1/14).
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HELP WANTED: Driver for Fed
Ex route. A full time and possibly a
part time position available. Must
have 1 year commercial driving
experience in large truck in past 3
years. CDL helpful but not necessary. Need copy of DMV report.
Will need to pass drug test. Leave
message. 970-209-5988 (1/14).
HOCKEY COACH LOOKING
FOR DOG SITTER/checker/feeder/pooper for away games.
Condo in Gunni city limits. Pays
$20/day 15-20 min. twice a day,
mostly weekends. Duties include
feed, poop, and night-time fire.
Two dogs both very nice and nonaggressive breeds. 817-8516647. (1/14).
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS is looking for part-time laundry attendant. 5 days a week, part-time
hours. To experience necessary.
Please apply at Front Desk. No
Calls. (1/14).
See all of our
adoptable
animals at
gvawl.org,
petfinder.com,
or on facebook.
All animals are current on vaccinations
and spayed or neutered.
970.641.1173
I N F O @ GV AW L . O R G
PART TIME SECRETARY/TREASURER POSITION: Workload
averages 20 hours/month. Work
mostly from home. Experience in
Word and Excel required.
QuickBooks experience helpful.
Send resume and cover letter to
[email protected]
m by January 31, 2015. (1/14).
9 8 B AS I N P A R K D R I V E
KIDS & STUDENTS
WILL WORK
Look below for that
Neighborhood Kid
or Eager College Student
To Do What You
Need Done...
(1/7)
MULTI-LINE DEALERSHIP IN
THE BEAUTIFUL SAN JUAN
MOUNTAINS IN LAKE CITY, CO
looking for a talented and selfmotivated
Service
Tech.
Experience
with
Polaris,
Bombardier, Triton, ATV’s, Side X
Sides, Snowmobiles, and Trailers.
Strong Polaris,r Bombardier, diagnostics and troubleshooting expef
rience help. Tools required.
General Automotive knowledge
would be very helpful as well. Full
time position •with vacation pay
and discountse to employees.
Compensation is based on experia
ence and willingness
to learn. If
interested contact
w Jeff at 970944-2311 or email resume to lcaH or fax to [email protected]
944-2813.
f RELOCATION is
required. (1/14/89).
E
GUNNISON t
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT: District
Technology - ITcProfessional. This
position provides
q an outstanding
opportunity for an experienced,
A
motivated & self-directed
individual that is interested
in working
8
within a fast paced technological
E Salary range
work environment.
is $40,402-$42,034 depending
upon experience and education,
with benefits. Please contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/7).
EMPLOYMENT ADS ARE FREE!
If they are 60 words or less. Any
over the 60 word limit will be
charged a paid ad fee dependent
on the number of words. Please
see the website for details at
www.gunnisonshopper.com, or
call 641-3148. - Thank you, The
Gunnison Country Shopper. (1/7).
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WILLING to do computer repairs for
cheap. Contact me at 970-425
3152 and leave a message or
email
me
at
[email protected] (1/7).
ranching
HORSE BOARDING
AVAILABLE IN
JACK’S CABIN,
Call Frank
901-2412
(1/7/9)
FREE MALE GOATS to good
home. 970-641-4451. (1/14).
6 YEAR OLD SORREL GELDING: 5 months professional train
ing on the ground & under saddle
Ridden both in an arena & out on
the trail. Good for the farrier
stands tied, bathes, easily loads &
unloads. Super disposition, kind
and willing. Asking $1000. 641
2433 (1/14).
FOR SALE:
well mannered
sound, older, bay gelding. Great
on trails, trailers well. Good
w/feet. Easy keeper to a good
home. $500. 641-2433. (1/14).
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT:
Sub
Custodians - District Wide. Hours
will be as needed. $11.03 per
hour.
Please
contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/7).
8 FOOT ELK FENCE FOR SALE:
call for information! 275-4852
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN:
Seeking experienced electricians
for commercial, residential and
service work. Please call Crested
Butte Electrical 970-349-5265.
PREMIUM BARN
STORED HAY:
Grass; Grass/Alfalfa; Alfalfa.
Small squares, large squares
and rounds.
And, also have straw.
970-872-3141.
(1/7).
DID YOU KNOW THE LIBRARY
NOT ONLY CHECKS OUT
BOOKS, BUT ALSO OFFERS A
LARGE MOVIE SELECTION?
With your library card, check out
popular films, documentaries, children’s movies and more. Both the
Gunnison library and the Old Rock
Library in Crested Butte have a
wide selection of DVD titles to satisfy any movie watcher. Visit
either library location or log on to
www.gunnisoncountylibraries.org
to view our selection. (1/7).
(1/7).
BLOCKING CHUTE: for show
steers. Folding/portable. $150
Call for pic or to see, 970-209
2058 (D), 970-641-4007 (E)
(1/14).
(1/7/19)
STOCK/HORSE TRAILER FOR
SALE:
1983 E-Z gooseneck
stock/4-horse straight load. Dua
axle, interior center dividing door
4-place rotary saddle rack in
nose, side escape door. Solid
floor with full length mats. Not
much to look at, but solid. $2200
970-641-3399 E, 970-209-2058
D. (1/14).
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FWINTER
R E E2014
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2014–2015
–2015
RTA FREE BUS Schedule: November 26 – April 5
The bus runs a loop through the City of Gunnison befffor
ore heading north
on Hwy 135 to Crested Butte and Mt. Crested Butte. The bus leaves the
following stops no earlier than the times listed.
There may be delays due to weatherr.
Leaving Gunnison for
Mt. Crested Butte:
Gunnison
Community
Schools
Spruce
&
Hwy 50
11th &
Virginia
Colorado
& Hwy 50
Then to:
Then to:
and
motorized
SNOWMOBILE FOR SALE:
2005 Arctic Cat 1M. 900 efi.
162” track. Lots of extras, riser,
intake, big wheels, scratchers,
lefty and more! Low miles. Nice
Machine. Runs exc. $2500 OBO.
In C.B. 970-209-6861 (1/14).
2006 ARCTIC CAT M7: 153”
track- upgraded to Powerclaw
track. After market can. Has
$500 CFR Double D ski rack.
$3200 OBO. Call 209-2024.
(1/14).
Let Us Sell Your
ATV or Snowmobile
Only $75
Sun Sports Unltd
641-0883
(1/7/13)
‘88 SNOWMOBILE: Polaris Indy
Sport 340cc. Moving, must sell.
Runs great, well maintained. $500
OBO. 970-209-9732 (1/14).
2012 POLARIS RMK PRO 155:
830 miles w/3 year warranty. SLP
clutch weights, risers, lefty, carbon fiber bumper, handguards,
scratchers, Better Boards. 3gal of
oil and 2 new spare belts. Looks
brand new. $8800. 970-9017648 (1/7).
ALL HELMETS
ON SALE
ALL THE TIME!
Only at
Sun Sports Unlimited
West Hwy. 50
Gunnison
970-641-0883
JOHN DEERE 1338pe professional snow blower 38” swath,
electric chute, chains, etc., used
@ 6 times, moved, no longer
needed, perfect for parking lots
or estate use, call 719-298-0119.
$1075. (1/14).
SNOWMOBILE SLED: $150,
417-8996. (1/7).
2004 POLARIS 800 RMK
Vertical Edge, needs head gasket,
$2000, 596-4772 (1/14).
SNOWMOBILE FOR
Ski-Doo Summit X
motor, new clutch,
shocks $5000, call
(1/14).
SALE: ‘08
163, new
2.5 track,
275-8460
6:35 AM
7:05 AM
7:50 AM
8:35 AM
9:20 AM
10:20 AM
11:20 AM
2:05 PM
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5:20 PM
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7:35 PM
10:05 PM
2005 M7 ARCTIC CAT: 162”,
cash or trade towards 4-wheeler,
or guns. 417-8996. (1/14).
2003 SKI-DOO SUMMIT 700:
144” track, 1-owner, low miles,
exc. cond. $1900 OBO. 970404-1763. (1/7).
Spencer
&
Hwy 135
Cement
Creek Rd.
northbound
Mt. CB
Transit
Center
Crested
Butte
4 - Way
a Stop
Cement
Creek Rd.
southbound
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All buses are wheelchair accessible.
For more infforma
ormation, please call Alpine Express at 970-641-5074
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NEW YEAR’S
SNOWMOBILE
SPECIAL!
2015 Polaris
RMK 800
Now Save $1600!
Only $9999
after Mfg’s & dealer
incentives.
Low Interest.
Low Payment
Financing WAC.
Sun Sports Unlimited
970-641-0883
(1/7/27)
49CC KIDS ATV: $250 OBO.
765-1465. (1/14).
2008
SKI-DOO
SUMMIT:
800cc, excellent condition,
$4250. 970-209-8913. (1/14).
SNOWMOBILE FOR SALE:
2013 Summit X 163, awesome
sled, still under warranty, $9700,
call 275-8460. (1/14).
FOR SALE:
2009 Ski-Doo
Summit X, exc. cond., 2100 mi.,
$5800. 641-6908. (1/7).
(1/7).
6:30 AM
7:00 AM
7:45 AM
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:15 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
5:15 PM
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7:30 PM
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(1/7/17)
2010 POLARIS RZR800S:
excellent condition, lots of extras,
$10,000. 641-6908. (1/7).
15’ LARSON SKI BOAT: motor
needs work, $950. 275-4852.
&RORUDGR
& Ohio
Denver
&
Hwy 135
- Other Flag Stops at the Tall Texan, Almont, Riverland, Brush Creek Rd. & Riverbend -
YOUR PUBLICLY
FUNDED BUS
SYSTEM
NOT RUNNING: 2003 Arctic Cat
Mountain Cat 900cc 151 track.
Needs new clutch & top end. Nice
parts sled. $600 OBO. Contact
719-510-4595. Text would be preferred during day. Call after 6pm
MST. I can answer questions or
send pictures. (1/7).
and
9LUJLQLD
& Spruce
Leaving Mt. Crested Butte
for Gunnison
cars&trucks
1955 CHEVY PICKUP: completely rebuilt, call for info.
$8500. 641-6908. (1/7).
WOW! 35-40 MPG! GREAT
CAR! 2000 PONTIAC GRAND
AM/SE, 4cyl, 115K, great
power/fuel economy, new tires,
recent oil change, safe/reliable
car in clean/outstanding running
condition! NADA lists at $3,500,
selling for $3,000 OBO. Please
call 970-596-1557. (1/7).
1964 GMC PICKUP: 4x4, 3/4ton, $1500 OBO. 596-7842.
(1/7).
2001 CHRYSLER SEBRING: XL
convertible 2 doors, 144K miles,
running excellent! $2,500 OBO,
call 719-937-3708 located in
Center, CO. (1/7).
2003 TOYOTA TUNDRA: 150k
miles, 5 speed V6 manual, 4WD.
New tires, brake pads, battery,
tune up. 3” lift. Custom rims &
ARB bumper. Tow package.
Topper. Runs great. $9,200 Call
970-275-5245 (1/14).
2008 NISSAN SENTRA: 95K
miles, new winter tires, dealership
condition interior and exterior.
$6000, Dave 303-513-8941
(1/7).
WANTED: mini SUV in good condition. Nothing older than the year
2000. $7k budget. Something
like a Honda CRV, Ford Escape, or
Nissan Rogue. Please, no
Subarus. 596-8954 (1/7).
FOR SALE: 2004 Chevrolet
Tahoe z71, 157K miles, 4x4, dual
DVD system, fully loaded, new
tires, third row seating, roof rack,
tow hitch. Blue book value $9100,
asking $8750. 641-1345 or 4173745. (1/7).
FOR SALE:
2004 Chevrolet
Malibu Maxx. 4 door hatchback,
front wheel drive, automatic, heated seats electric windows and
locks, remote start. 30+mpg.
$4195 OBO.
970-596-3572.
(1/7).
2000 DODGE RAM 1500: 4x4,
quad cab, SLT 5.9L V8, 1 owner,
140K, $6,500 OBO. 970-3490816 (1/14).
1999 FORD F250: Super Duty
XL trim, regular cab, 4x4, w/ awesome utility topper. white. 150K
mi. New tires. $4900. OBO. 970349-6361 x102. (1/14).
FOR SALE: 2005 Ford Super
duty F250, 80K mi., 6spd. manual, 4WD, camper shell, grill guard,
ext cab, Lariat & Eddie Bauer ed.
Asking $20,000. 970-209-9098.
(1/7).
2012 FORD FOCUS SD: 62,000
miles, FW drive, excellent condition! $9,000. 970-209-3901 (1/7).
FOR SALE: 2004 VW Jetta
Wagon, red with turbo and heated
seats.
260,000 miles, runs
great, $2200, 970-275-2459
(1/7).
1984
TOYOTA
TERCEL:
36mpg, 2 door hatchback,
4speed manual, front wheel drive,
runs great. $1000. Call or text:
928-699-4062 (1/14).
JEEP: 2000 Cherokee Sport.
New power steering pump. 185K
miles, white. 4.0, 6 cylinder, 4x4,
engine block heater, tow package, xm radio transmitter. Needs
tires. $3150 OBO. 596-3696
(1/7).
1994 ISUZU TROOPER FOR
SALE: 198K, good rubber, clean
title, new timing belt, manual
transmission. Should run for years
to come. $1,250 OBO. 208-8602921 (1/7).
1991 MAZDA B2600I: 4X4
standard transmission, good tires,
runs well, starts below zero.
$1,000. Ken 303-847-6271
(1/14).
1989 FORD BRONCO: Eddie
Bauer edition. New bras, well
maintained. $3200 OBO, or trade
for Subaru of equal value. 5967069. (1/7).
1995 GMC JIMMY: 4 door, V6
Vortec. Has blown head gasket,
everything else is the bees knees.
You need a reliable parts truck, I
need cash... make an offer. 970765-6896 (1/7).
LOOKING FOR:
‘90s Ford
Broncos, auto, running, 150K or
less miles, 4x4. Please call even if
it needs minor repairs. Adam 970209-4389 anytime. (1/14).
CHECK OUT OUR CARS
on the web
www.precisionautosales.com
1996 OUTBACK: green, 5
speed, 125k, in great shape with
maintenance records. In Lake
City. $2950. Call Dan @ 303-3458830 or 970-944-2551 (1/14).
FOR SALE: 1968 Ford F-100
parts in good condition. Includes
bed, grille, hood, radiator and
many others for $200. Please call
944-2495 (1/7).
1992 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER:
135K mi., $3000. 970-901-5755
CRIME DOESN’T PAY, but
Crimestoppers does. 641-8280.
(1/14).
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