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SENIOR CITIZENS CALENDAR
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THE YOUNG AT HEART LUNCHEON TAKES PLACE AT THE
COMMUNITY CENTER AT 200 E. SPENCER, GUNNISON
Thursday, January 22, 2015
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym
(Requires membership or drop-in fee)
Friday, January 23
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
Young at Heart Luncheon,
12 noon
Meatloaf
Monday, January 26
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Beef Burritos
Tuesday, January 27
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym
(Requires membership or drop-in fee)
Wednesday, January 28
11 - 12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Spaghetti
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.
CRESTED BUTTE MOUNTAIN
HERITAGE MUSEUM
WELCOMES NEW EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
the Senior Scoop
The 17th annual MARBLE MANIA marbles tournament will be held in the
lobby of the Gunnison elementary/middle school on
Tuesday evening, January
27th, at 6:00 p.m. It is open
to children ages 6 thru 14
and their adult partners,
who must be at least 21
years old. All child participants will receive ribbons
and
trophies.
The
child/adult champions in
each of the boy and girl divisions will have their names
engraved on a permanent
trophy that is kept in a display case at the school. This
is a fun tournament and
experience in playing marbles is not necessary. In
fact, part of what makes it
fun is that most of the adult
participants have never
played marbles before. The
last day to sign up for the
tournament
is
Friday,
Sign up
January 23rd.
forms are available at the
Gunnison elementary/middle school office, or from
Jerry Piquette, the tournament director. (641-0944 or
email
to
playmarbles
@msn.com)
BOOMERS &
BEYOND
HAPPY HOUR
FEBRUARY 2,
2015
You’re invited to
Mario’s Pizza & Pasta
Restaurant, 213 W. Tomichi
Ave. on Monday, February
2, 2015 from 4:00 - 6:00
p.m. to Celebrate Ground
Hog Day! Everyone knows
that Boomers Just Want to
Have Fun: attend this FUN
party and support Mario’s as
half of all dessert sales in
February will be donated
back to this non-profit
organization. Plan to come
for Dessert & Coffee Happy
Hour to kick-off this fundraiser - then stay for dinner
with friends and learn more
about the Senior Sweetheart
Ball on Valentine’s Day.
JANUARY IS CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION MONTH:
Prevent cervical cancer with the
right tests at the right time. For
more
information,
www.cdc.gov/cancer/cervical or
call Gunnison Public Health 6410209. (1/28).
Your source for current local happenings…
SENIOR SWEETHEART BALL: Saturday February 14th, 2015 at the Elks
Lodge, 123 S Main St in Gunnison from 6-9pm. A multigenerational event,
honoring Seniors 60+. Dancers of all ages are invited to come and enjoy a fun
and romantic evening of camaraderie and ballroom dancing! This is a FREE
event! Transportation is available, RSVP to the Senior Resources Office at
970-642-4664. There will also be a dance “floor show” presentation by High
Attitude Dance Academy!
FLU VACCINES ARE STILL AVAILABLE! Vaccination is still
recommended as it may help lessen the symptoms if a vaccinated person gets
the flu. Gunnison Public Health has vaccines available for all ages. Call Public
Health for an appointment 970-641-0209.
SAVE THE DATE: For the Gunnison Valley Health Wellness Fairs! The
Crested Butte Wellness Fair will be on Saturday, March 14th from 7-11:30am
at the Lodge at Mountaineer Square. EARLY BLOOD TESTS IN CRESTED
BUTTE: February 18 & 19 from 6:30-9:00 am, Queen of All Saints Parish Hall.
Gunnison’s Wellness fair will be Saturday May 2, look for more info in future
editions of the Senior Scoop. Call the Wellness Line with questions:
970-642-8418.
BOOMERS’ BOOK CLUB will meet on Feb. 4th in the W Mountain Room
of the Community Center at 1:15. They will be discussing “Bring up the Bodies”
By Hilary Mantel. Selections for upcoming months include “Plainsong” by Kurt
Haruf on March 4th, and “Ahab’s Wife” by Sena Jeter Naslund on April 1st.
ADRC: ADRC services, provided by Region 10 Community Living Services, are
available to those either 60+ years of age or those who are 18+ years of age with
a disability. Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) is designed to
streamline access to long-term care by integrating a full range of supports and
services into a single, coordinated system. ADRC provides assistance to
individuals and caregivers needing either public or private resources, to
professionals seeking assistance on behalf of their clients, and to individuals
planning for their future long term care needs. ADRC offers a range of services
including: Information& Referral, Planning Assistance, Options Counseling,
and Application Assistance. Call 970-642-7300 for more information.
THE SENIOR SCOOP is brought to you by: The Gunnison Home Association &
ATTENTION FRIENDS & KIN OF
GREG & PATTY WEIHS: an
account has been set up at
Community Banks (1100 N Main
St.) to help with monumental medical expenses for lengthy hospitalizations in Denver. Please contribute, Thank you. (1/28).
WESTERN BLOOD DRIVE:
1/21/2015 from 8:30am to 3pm.
Donations inside the Western
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% 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).
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The Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum
welcomes Shelley Popke as the new Executive Director starting January 1st, 2015. Shelley will replace Glo Cunningham,
the previous Executive Director for the past eleven years. Glo
will continue working at the CB Museum as the Outreach
Coordinator. A huge thank you to Glo for her amazing leadership of the Museum and to Roxana Alvarez for her job well
done the past year.
Shelley previously worked as the Store Manager
when the Museum first moved into Tony’s Conoco. Not only
is she very familiar with the Museum, but most recently she
worked as Special Assistant to the Dean for Development
and Strategic Projects at Colorado Women’s College-University of Denver. She brings a wealth of knowledge
about fundraising, event management, communications,
and organizational collaboration. Shelley’s wonderful personality and extensive non-profit knowledge make her a perfect selection to move the Museum forward. The Museum is
very fortunate to have Shelley join our staff. Please join us in
welcoming her to the Museum!
222 1/2 north main, gunnison, colorado 81230
Register now for Extended Studies courses!
Visit western.edu/es for the full catalog.
DonFt miss our Microsoft classes in Excel, Word, Power Point
and Access offered by 2 MVPs at bargain prices.
Beginning soon:
BATIK: ART OF USING WAX RESISTS AND DYES, Gail Sovick,
$110 + $35 materials fee. Mondays, 1/26-3/9, 6PM-8:30PM
POWER VINYASA YOGA, Crystal Southall, $120. Tuesdays &
Thursdays, 1/27-4/16, 2-3:15PM
ISSHIN-RYU KARATE, Paul Dziekan, $120. Tuesdays &
Thursdays, 2/3-4/16
Upcoming for summer: Summer Teacher Institute June 8-20;
San Juan Mining Camps: An Historical Tour, Duane
Vandenbusche & Bruce Bartleson, June 22-26.
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KBUT ANNOUNCES
INAUGURAL SNOW BALL
KBUT Community Radio is hosting its inaugural
Snow Ball on Friday, January 23 at Elk Ave Prime (formerly
Maxwell’s) in Crested Butte. Enjoy an evening of fine dining,
live music, dancing and a silent auction. The Snow Ball starts
at 6:00 p.m. with appetizers followed by a three course plated dinner with several menu options.
“We’re very excited about the event,” says KBUT
General Manager Eileen Hughes. “The idea is get to get a little dressed up, enjoy a gourmet dinner and kick up your
heels to celebrate the winter. We’re encouraging folks to
wear snow inspired attire or Crested Butte fancy, however
people want to define that.”
Hughes said KBUT events are always fun and the
“Snow Ball should appeal to folks looking for a fun night out
that’s not too late in the evening.”
The Snow Ball features Mike Clark and the Sugar
Sounds from Colorado Springs who will perform immediately after dinner. The eight member group is fronted by songwriter Mike Clark.
The band delivers a style steeped in rock ’n roll suffused with soul. Songs like “I Can’t Shake It” and “Losing My
Cool” reference the greats of soul and rock’n’roll, from Otis
Redding to Creedence Clearwater Revival, “It sounds like
something completely new, but it will remind you of all the
best old songs,” Clark says. “It’s all about girls, sadness and
heartbreak, but it gets people to dance.”
The dinner menu includes a variety of appetizers,
soup or salad, a choice of entrees including: Pan seared day
boat swordfish with horseradish mashed potatoes and oven
roasted vegetables, Kona crusted bistro fillet with cheddar
mashed potatoes and oven roasted vegetables, vegetarian
pasta with marsala sauce, and for dessert either white chocolate Grand Marnier bread pudding with crème anglais and
salted caramel sauce or Butterfinger crème brulee.
Tickets for the Snow Ball are $75 each and are
available online at KBUT.org or at the KBUT Studios at 508
Maroon Avenue in Crested Butte. For more information call
970-349-5225 or visit KBUT.org to see the menu and a video
performance of Mike Clark and the Sugar Sounds.
CRESTED BUTTE
NORDIC NEWS
The Crested Butte Nordic Team Yurt Dinner Fundraiser
Join the Crested Butte Nordic Team for a night of
fun and delicious food at their annual Magic Meadows Yurt
Dinner Fundraiser on January 24 at 6:00 p.m. Enjoy live
music, the warm fire, and a hearty meal served by coaches,
junior racers, and their parents. There will also be an open
bar featuring Montanya Rum cocktails, wine, and beer.
Tickets for the dinner can be purchased at cbnordic.org
under the yurt tab.
The Final Mountain Store Citizens Point Series Race
The Final Mountain Store Citizens Point Series
Race will be held this Saturday, January 24th at 10:00 a.m.
at the Magic Meadows Yurt. The event is a 10 and 20 kilometer skate race and is a perfect chance to prepare for the
Alley Loop. There will be an after party at the yurt with food,
Elevation Beer, and prizes for overall points winners.
Registration is online only at cbnordic.org
29th Annual Alley Loop Presented by Western State
Colorado University - Volunteers Needed
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
Pub Ski
The Alley Loop Pub Ski registration is open. The
event is capped at 200 people this year. Register your spot
from the Alley Loop page at cbnordic.org under the events
tab.
Nordic Marathon
Registration for the Nordic Marathon is open!
Discounted registration is available at cbnordic.org until
February 1st.
The Magic Meadows Yurt Backcountry Bistro
Open every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Serving up hot drinks, warm fires, sweet treats, Nordic beta
and local hospitali-tea! Enjoy our sunny deck or cozy fire
with a hot cup of First Ascent Coffee or organic herbal tea,
hot cocoa treats, sweets and board games. Come on by!
COMMUNITY
DINNER:
January’s community dinner at
Good Samaritan Episcopal Church
is Wednesday January 21 at 6pm
in Babb Hall. All are invited - the
meal is free though a free will
offering is taken to help offset the
cost of the food. (1/21).
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS:
to help at the nursing home getting residents for beauty shop
appointments. Call 596-5072
(1/28).
CANVAS & COCKTAILS: Grab
your friends, coworkers, or make
it a date night and join us for an
evening of entertaining art instruction and tasty cocktails. The best
part? You will go home with a
painting you can call uniquely
yours and a new skill to explore.
Our instructor will guide you step
by step, it’s easy and fun! No
experience necessary. Thu.,
January 22, 6-9pm. Cost $35,
includes supplies, two drinks,
inspiration & fun! 641-4029, visit
gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/21).
CRESTED BUTTE CREATIVE
DISTRICT KICK-OFF EVENT:
Thursday, January 22, 6pm.
Crested Butte Center for the Arts.
Free. Crested Butte has been officially designated a Creative
District by Colorado Creative
Industries. We invite creatives,
business owners, residents, and
all interested parties to come
learn what this means for you and
your town. Engage with us in this
creative process, and enjoy complimentary appetizers, drinks, a
performance from the Crested
Butte School of Dance, visual storytelling by live painter John
Bukaty, and more. www.crestedbuttearts.org;
970-349-7487
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50% OFF
All Clothing
Wednesday - Friday, January 14-16
(1/21).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON, WSCU AND HISPANIC AFFAIRS PROJECT
would like to invite you to a presentation by Dr. Ernesto Sagas
about “Latinos in the Western
Slopes: From Local Perspectives
to Global Trends” on Jan 22, 2015
at 6pm in South Ballroom @
WSCU University Center. For more
information call 970-209-1807.
(1/21).
WESTERN STATE COLORADO
UNIVERSITY’S ART DEPARTMENT is proud to present an
exhibit by Connie Richards Aigner.
Convocation/Lecture Thursday,
January 22nd. at 12:30 PM. In
Quigley Recital Hall and Gallery.
Gathered/Found: “This is a series
of fabric collages and installation
[work] from my time living in rural
Illinois during my MFA thesis,
when I collected specific items
from the area that I thought were
connected in some way.
I
responded to the gathered materials and then recombined these
fabric pieces to find a new purpose for their existence by putting
them in different contexts”. (1/21).
YOU’RE INVITED TO THE INAUGURAL KBUT SNOW BALL!
Please join us on Friday, January
23rd for an evening of fine dining,
live music, and dancing to celebrate a great winter in the
Gunnison Valley! Enjoy a four
course dinner at Elk Ave Prime
starting with appetizers at 6pm.
Peruse and bid on items from our
extensive silent auction. Come
dressed in your most “snowinspired” attire and have a ball all
while helping to support KBUT,
your community radio station.
KBUT.ORG (1/21).
GRATIS: Excursión con raquetas
de nieve con Imigrantes Unidos de
Gunnison y Gunnison Public Lands
Initiative. El sábado, 24 de enero
del 2015 a las 12:00pm Nos
reuniremos en el estacionamiento
al frente de la Oficina Multicultural
y vamos juntos a Slate River en
Crested Butte. Para más información llame a Marketa al 970-2091807. (1/21).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON AND GUNNISON
PUBLIC LAND INITIATIVE would
like to invite you to Snowshoe outing on Saturday, Jan 24. We will
meet at noon at the parking lot in
front of the Multicultural Office and
drive together to Slate River Road
in CB. Please call 970-209-1807
or 970-390-6689 for more information. (1/21).
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).
GUNNISON CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH UCC BOOK FORUM:
The next book for the Forum discussion will be “The Battle for
God” by Karen Armstrong on
Sunday, January 25th, 4pm in
Babb Hall at Good Samaritan
Episcopal Church, 307 W. Virginia.
The book can be obtained as a
second hand book at Amazon,
Barnes and Noble or ordered from
any local bookstore. We hope that
many will be able to attend to discuss this fascinating exploration
of fundamentalism as it has
emerged around the world. (1/21).
1160 NORTH MAIN - In our new location
BATIK: THE ART OF USING
WAX RESIST AND DYES ON
FABRIC AND PAPER. Don’t miss
this unique opportunity to engage
in an ancient art form utilizing wax
resists and colorful dyes on fabric
and paper. Use simple drawing
techniques, templates and handmade and found texture stamps to
create your designs. Then travel
through the process of applying
the resist and dyeing your fabrics
and papers. No art experience is
needed. Instructor: Gail Sovick.
Cost is $110 + $35 Materials fee.
January 26-March 9 on Mondays
from 6-9pm. 970-641-4029, gunnisonartscenter.org, 102 South
Main Street. (1/21).
MAKE A SPLASH: BEGINNING
WATERCOLOR: Have you ever
wanted to discover the magic of
watercolor painting? Learn about
watercolor paints, brushes, values
and drawing in a fun, nurturing
atmosphere. You’ll be amazed at
how quickly you progress. Learn
to see like an artist, develop basic
drawing and brushstroke techniques, and learn the value of light
and shadow to add drama to your
paintings. Instructor: Karen Hill.
Cost is $120 and includes all supplies. Class runs Tuesdays, 6:00
p.m. - 8:30 p.m. starting January
27-March 17. Pre-registration is
encouraged. To register call 970641-4029, stop by 102 S. Main
St.
or
go
online
to
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (1/28).
THE 17TH ANNUAL MARBLE
MANIA marbles tournament will
be held in the lobby of the
Gunnison
elementary/middle
school on Tuesday evening,
January 27th, at 6pm. It is open
to children ages 6 thru 14 and
their adult partners, who must be
at least 21 years old. This is a fun
tournament and experience in
playing marbles is not necessary.
Part of what makes it fun is that
most of the adult participants
have never played marbles
before. The last day to sign up is
Friday, January 23rd. Sign up
forms are available at the
Gunnison
elementary/middle
school office, or from Jerry
Piquette, the tournament director.
641-0944 or email to [email protected] (1/21).
LADIES
CREATE
NIGHTS
ARTSY VALENTINE PAPER CUT
OUTS: Crested Butte Center for
the Arts, Tuesday, January 27, 68pm. $25. Grab a girlfriend for
the perfect ladies’ night out the
fourth Tuesday of the month from
January through March. Spend
this evening on yourself by creating art in a fun and non-threatening environment using easy techniques and mediums. For “Artsy
Valentine Paper Cut Outs” you’ll
use exacto knives to create simply-designed, valentine-themed
paper cut outs in cardstock.
Choose to display your work as
framed or layered art, cards to
give to loved ones, flags, or hanging mobiles. Bring a snack or beverage to share, and come do
something deliciously creative and
fun. Instructor: Ivy Walker.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487. (1/21).
We have
NEW BULBS
in our
TANNING BEDS
623 N. Main
970-641-0130
presents
I SCREAM
for the Gunnison Library Fundraiser
SUNDAES on SATURDAY
January 31, 1-4pm
At the Gunnison Public Library
ICE CREAM, HOT COCOA
FUN EVENTS for Kids
$5 minimum donation for everyone
It’s that time of year again!
Furnace Service Special
$89.00*
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
CRESTED BUTTE DANCE COLLECTIVE - AFRICAN DANCE:
Tuesday, January 27, 7:30-9pm.
$15 to drop in. These high-energy
dance classes to live drumming
explore a variety of traditional
African movements and rhythms.
Learn the history of dances used
to celebrate the great markers of
life such as births, deaths, weddings, plantings, harvests, hunting
and fishing. It’s a chance to let
loose and shake it! Instructor: Jen
Robinson. Open to ages 18 adult.
Classes meet the last Tuesday of
the
month,
January-March
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487. (1/21).
RIDE NEEDED: I need to be in
Montrose by 8am on January 29
to catch the bus to the VA hospital
in Grand Junction. Or, a ride to
Grand Junction on that day. May
also need a return ride. Please
leave a message for Pappy at
641-2056. (1/21).
BINGO EVERY TUESDAY at the
Elks Lodge, 7:30pm. (1/21).
(1/21).
LAKE PRESCHOOL OPENINGS
for 4 year old afternoon (12:303:30) program. Gunnison’s only
district run public preschool still
has spots available for PM 4 year
old preschool program! (Tuition
and limited scholarship slots available). For more information,
please contact Jennifer Kennedy
or Annie Romero at 641-7770.
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Nepalese,Tibetan
& Indian Restaurant
323 E. Tomichi
(970) 641-7480
Reservations & Takeout
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
(1/28).
Everyday is Happy Hour 4-7PM $2.00 PBR’s
LIVE MUSIC Tuesday Evenings
OPEN 7 Days a Week
Lunch: 11AM - 2:30PM Dinner: 5 - 9:30PM
(970) 641- 4029
www.gunnisonartscenter.org
IN THE GALLERY
MAIN GALLERY and UPPER GALLERY Our talented staff and instructors
come together to create an exhibition of their artistic talents displayed in the Main
and Upper galleries. These amazing artists bring life to the Gunnison Arts Center
through their commitment to their community and students.
EVENTS
JANUARY 20th @ 5:00pm– So nofaGunn Auditions ~ Come try out for the 26th
year of SonofaGunn! You only need attend one night of auditions and scripts will
be provided. Actors, actresses, stage tech, costume designers, volunteers, young
and old; you are all welcome to audition! For more information call 970-641-4029
or go online to gunnisonartscenter.org, under events and winter theater season
tab.
CLASSES
ADULT DANCE CLASSES ~ Come out and get your groove on this winter at the
GAC! Most classes start the week of January 18th! 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 7:308:30pm, Hip Hop Thursdays 7:30-8:30pm and Country Swing Dance Fridays 7:008:00pm. For pricing and to pre-register for classes call (970) 641-4029, stop by 102
S. Main St or look online at GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
YOUTH DANCE CLASSES ~ Get your kids moving this winter with one of our
awesome dance classes. They start the week of January 18th. You can choose from
Mickies & Minnies: Beginning Creative Movement Ages 2-4 Mondays 10;1511:00am, Tap/Tumbling Combo Ages 5-7 Mondays 4:00-5:00pm and Ages 8-12
Mondays 5:15-6:15pm, Ballet/Jazz Combo Ages 5-7 Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pm and
Ages 8-12 Wednesdays 5:15-6:15pm, Youth Hip Hop Ages 5-7 Fridays 4:005:00pm and Ages 8-12 Fridays 5:00-6:00pm, Teen Hip Hop for Ages 13-18 will be
Fridays 6:00-7:00pm. For pricing and to pre-register for classes call (970) 641-4029,
stop by 102 S. Main St or look online at GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
ADDITIONAL INFO:
‘THE SHOP’ AT THE GAC ~ Make sure to visit The Shop on the first floor of the
GAC. Jewelry, clay, photography and more, all hand-made by local artists. 102 S
Main Street. Open 10 am – 6 pm Monday – Friday, 10 am – 2 pm Saturday.
VOLUNTEER AT THE GAC - Would you like to take dance, clay or art classes but
don't have the money? We are now offering the opportunity to work as a
volunteer at the Gunnison Arts Center in exchange for credit towards class tuition.
Call Alysa at (970) 641-4029 to learn more about how you can help out your local
community arts center.
SCHOLARSHIPS - You could be eligible for a scholarship to help pay tuition for
classes at the Gunnison Arts Center! Every year the Gunnison Arts Center receives
donations and support to be used to award scholarships for kids or adults wanting
to take arts (visual or performing) classes or workshops. This is an important part of
our programming as we strive to make the Arts Center accessible to the whole
community. To apply for a scholarship, please see the eligibility and application
requirements online at GunnisonArtsCenter.org.opportunity to work as a volunteer
at the Gunnison Arts Center in exchange for credit towards class tuition. Call Alysa
at (970) 641-4029 to learn more about how you can help out your local community
arts center.
*** www.gunnisonartscenter.org ~ 970.641.4029 ~ 102 S. Main Street ***
THE CITY OF GUNNISON IS
HOSTING a ‘City Council 101’
Workshop for potential City
Council Candidates in the May,
12, 2015 City Election. The workshop is Thursday, January 29th at
12 Noon in the City Council
Chambers of City Hall. Lunch will
be served. Please RSVP 6418140 to reserve your spot.
WINTER
PHOTOGRAPHY
WORKSHOP
ADVENTURES:
Friday, January 30-Saturday,
January 31. $325. Created Butte
Center for the Arts. Join local professional photographer, Raynor
Czerwinski, on a cross country ski
tour out to the historic town of
Gothic and stay the night in the
luxurious Maroon Hut. Raynor is
also an experienced chef and will
be cooking you dinner for the
evening. The ski is four miles one
way on moderate terrain to the
Gothic town site, or roughly two
hours depending on conditions.
Maximum of six people. Beginner
to advanced. www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487. (1/21).
GO TO EUROPE: The registration
deadline for the June 2015 student trip to Europe is on February
1st. Call Mr. High soon if you are
interested. 970-901-8400. (1/28).
YOUTH MUSIC CLASSES THE
GAC: Get the little ones singing,
moving and learning this winter
with one of our amazing music
classes. They start the week of
February 1st! You can choose
from Sing, Move and Learn For
Tiny Tots (Ages 0-2 with caregiver)
Tuesdays, 10-10:45am, $70 for 6
week session. Sing, Move and
Learn for Preschoolers (Ages 2-5)
Tuesdays 11-11:45am, $70 for 6
week session, and Intro to Hand
Drums and Drumming (Ages 6-13)
Wednesdays 4:15-5pm, $50 for 4
week session. Instructor for all
three classes is Erin Haynes a
board-certified music therapist.
Pre-registration is encouraged.
For more information or to register for classes call 970-6414029, stop by 102 S. Main St. or
look
online
at
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (1/28).
BOOMERS & BEYOND HAPPY
HOUR: You’re invited to Mario’s
Pizza & Pasta Restaurant, 213 W.
Tomichi Ave. on Monday, February
2, from 4-6pm to Celebrate
Ground Hog Day!
Everyone
knows that Boomers Just Want to
Have Fun: attend this FUN party
and support Mario’s as half of all
dessert sales in February will be
donated back to this non-profit
organization. Plan to come for
Dessert & Coffee Happy Hour to
kickoff this fundraiser - then stay
for dinner with friends and learn
more about the Senior Sweetheart
Ball on Valentine’s Day. (1/28).
GUNNISON BUSINESS WOMEN
SPEED NETWORKING EVENT:
January 29, 5-7pm, Blue Mesa
Grill. GBW are having a speed
Networking event (similar to
speed dating). Come join us for a
fun evening and getting to know
other business women in the
Gunnison Valley. Cash bar & hors
d’oeuvres. (1/28).
(1/28).
BEN MILLER BAND: Thursday,
January 29, 8pm. Crested Butte
Center for the Arts. $12. Wholly
contemporary, while ringing with
age-old echoes of bluegrass,
delta blues, Appalachian mountain
music and more, the Ben Miller
Band cooks up a stew they lovingly call “ozark stomp.” The band’s
homespun, self-reliant approach
extends to the lo-tech, and largely
self-built, instruments that the
members play. www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487, or 606
Sixth Street in Crested Butte from
9am-5pm (1/28).
GUNNISON FRIENDS OF THE
LIBRARY PRESENTS: I Scream
for
the
Gunnison
Library
Fundraiser. Enjoy Sundaes on
Saturday. Jan. 31, 1-4pm at the
Gunnison Public Library. Fun
Events for Kids. $5 minimum
donation for everyone. Tickets on
sale at the library. (1/28).
WESTERN SWING & WHISKEY:
Explore one of Colorado’s hottest
dance styles in this exciting AND
Series event. Enjoy good company while learning country swing
basics and even explore tricks
you never thought were possible.
We’ll sip on delicious cocktails
made with Colorado whiskey
brought to you by the I Bar Ranch
and snack on southern style apps!
No dance experience necessary.
Join us Friday, January 30th from
6:30-9:30pm. For more info.
970-641-4029, stop by 102 S.
Main St. or go online to gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/28).
THE BOARD OF THE GUNNISON
FARMERS
MARKET
announces its Annual Meeting at
5:30pm. February 3, 2014
upstairs at the Gunnison Vitamin
and Health Food Store, 804 N.
Main. The public is welcome to
attend. The Board is also seeking
new members to help plan and run
the Farmers Market from June
through October. If you are interested in board membership or
would like to have more information, please contact Catherine
Vader, Board President, at 970901-4181. (2/4).
BOOMERS’ BOOK CLUB will
meet on February 4th in the W
Mountain room of the Community
Recreation Center at 1:15 in the
afternoon. We will be discussing
“Bring Up the Bodies” by Hilary
Mantel. Selections in upcoming
months include “Plainsong” by
Kurt Haruf on March 4th, and
“Ahab’s Wife” by Sena Jeter
Naslund on April 1st. We hope to
see you there. (1/28).
BOOK TALK AT THE GAC: Join
the GAC’s Book Talk the first
Thursday of every month from 78pm to discuss the previous
month’s book. On February 5, the
group will be discussing “A
Confederacy of Dunces” by John
Kennedy Toole. Ignatius J. Reilly’s
story bursts with original characters, denizens of New Orleans’
lower depths, incredibly true-to-life
dialogue, and a zany series of
high and low comic adventures.
Open to the public and held at the
GAC
more
info
at
[email protected] or gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/28).
CALL FOR ARTISTS: February
Time Travel Fashion Exhibit. Every
year the Gunnison Arts Center
holds
its
annual
Fashion
Exhibition. This February it returns
with a new twist. This year’s
theme “Time Travel” gives fashion
enthusiasts and artists the opportunity to create fashion designs
and 2-dimensional wall art inspired
by the styles of the past decades
and those to come. The exhibit
will then come to life in the culminating event the runway show.
Submit your wearable fashion
designs and/or 2-dimensional wall
art at the GAC January 30th and
31st. Your art will be on display in
the Main Gallery beginning
February 6th. $10 per submission
for non-members, $8 for GAC
members.
Runway
show:
February 28th 7pm-9pm. 970641-4029, come by 102 S. Main
St
or
go
to
gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/28).
HAVING A HUGE ART SHOW!
Looking for... projector, graffiti
artists, nail/hair/makeup, live
bands/dj’s, roller derby, contortionist, live painters to paint
scene, fire eater, fire rope
swinger,
photographer/video,
chainsaw carver, and any other
local artists! Show is Feb. 6th, Call
KV 970-376-1971 (1/21).
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
February 6th. 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 (1/28).
PLEASE JOIN GCSAPP us next
month for Marijuana and the
developing Brain. This workshop will be an examination of the
latest research on Marijuana and
its impact on the developing brain.
This workshop will also discuss
talking points and accurate messages about marijuana facts, policy and laws; it will be held
Monday. February 9th in Gunnison
at the Middle school and
Wednesday. February 11th in
Crested Butte at CBCS. Please
contact Kari Commerford at
[email protected]
g (1/28).
MEDICAL MARIJUANA
DOCTOR DAY
3rd Tuesday of Each Month
with Larry Hannon, MD.
Appointments & Walk-ins
Gunnison Recreation & Community Center
It is not too late to sign up for
Winter programs.
Visit our website at www.gunnisonrec.com
for more information.
More information at www.gunnisonrec.com
200 East Spencer Avenue 970-641-8060
LONG-TERM GMUG
EMPLOYEES RETIRE
With the turn-over of the New Year, the Grand
Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests offers
its congratulations on retirement to four employees who
have worked for many years to serve the public and manage
forest resources. Congratulations to all…
Mark Hatcher, Range Conservationist on the
Gunnison Ranger District, retired after 35 years of federal
service. He started his career with the Bureau of Land
Management and transferred to the Forest Service’s Little
Missouri National Grasslands after 3 years. He has worked
on the GMUG NFS for the past 24 years leading the range
program for the District and working in fire management.
Mr. Hatcher is a Deputy Incident Commander in wildland
fire and will continue to serve in that capacity with the West
Metro Fire and Rescue Department in his retirement. He is
proud of the work he did and the achievements he accomplished in his tenure, including assisting with the reintroduction of moose and Canada lynx and his work with, “a lot
of good folks and good memories over the past 24 years.” He
hopes to do more skiing and hockey and “play more” in his
free time.
Leigh Ann Hunt retired as the Forest Archaeologist
after 34 years of federal service. She worked on the GMUG
for the past 14 years, after previously working in Utah,
California and Nevada. She plans to stay in the Delta area
and to continue to work on historic projects that “peak her
interest.” In looking back on her accomplishments, Ms.
Hunt is most proud of her work to stabilize historic structures, including the Trout Lake Trestle, Fairview Lookout
(near Pitkin), Pie Plant Cabins (above Taylor Park) and the
Neosho Mine (above Ouray) and her work with the public
and partners on digs, surveys and Passport in Time projects.
In retirement, she hopes to have more time for camping,
playing and spending time with family and friends in addition to more archaeological work.
Barry Johnston, Forest Botanist working out of the
Gunnison Ranger District, retired after 39.5 years of federal
service. His work included serving in the Southwest Regional
Office (Albuquerque, NM) and the Rocky Mountain
Regional Office (Denver, CO) and then out of the Gunnison
Service Center and Ranger District. He has worked on the
GMUG for the past 25 years and his proud accomplishments
include researching and publishing papers on: Ecological
Types of the Upper Gunnison Basin (2001); Fen Inventory of
the GMUG (2012); and Fire Effects Study of the West Side of
the Uncompahgre Plateau (2006-2012). In retirement, Mr.
Johnston plans to do more work with his church, more
singing, travelling to visit family, home repairs, field botany
and perhaps write a book or two.
Linda Schmidt has been a dedicated and helpful
employee on the GMUG for 27.5 years and providing public
service in the federal government for 34.5 years. Her work
background includes working for Housing and Urban
Development, as an archaeological illustrator and work as a
cartographer in Forest Planning. She retired as the Property
Management Specialist for the GMUG in January. During
her career, she provided a variety of support and expertise to
the Forest and served on several details to other Forest
Service Regions to train and audit property management
specialists and to establish national protocols. One of which
was following “9/11” to Washington D.C. which she
described as very enlightening and interesting in the aftermath. In retirement, she hopes to get back into her artwork,
spend more time with family, travel and be more active in
church activities.
THE NURTURING PARENTING
PROGRAM for families of children ages 511 begins February
5th - May 21st. Thursday
Evenings from 5:15 to 7:45.
Contact Lana Athey at 642-4667
to sign up. (2/4).
Noon-6pm.
Comfort Inn, Gunnison
Call Healthy Choices Unlimited
720-443-2420 for info.
www.HealthyChoicesUnltd.
com
(1/21/pd/27)
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 (1/21).
WANTED, YOUR OLD COMPUTER: I refurbish donated computers and give them to kids who
otherwise would not have a computer for school work. Some
machines go to churches, elderly,
etc. Hard drives are wiped clean
using Iolo Drive Scrubber. NO CRT
(TV type) screens wanted or real
old printers. Former SSA for the
Comp Center at UT Austin. Robert
Johnson, 901-5382. (1/21).
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! (1/21).
¿SABÍA USTED QUE LA BIBLIOTECA PÚBLICA de Gunnison
tiene libros en español para niños
y adultos? También tienen películas, música y acceso a computadoras. Los miembros de nuestra
biblioteca pueden pedir libros de
otras bibliotecas, lo que aumenta
muchísimo la cantidad de títulos
que podemos leer.
Visite
www.millennium.marmot.org o
llame a la biblioteca al 641-3485,
349-6535 (CB), o Ellen 641 7999
para obtener información en
español. (1/28).
A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU
to all the community members
that helped make the LAST UGLY
SWEATER PARTY a night to
remember! Thank you all for your
support, donations, volunteers
and time! Three cheers for:
Anchor Image Productions; The
team at BBC; Crested Butte Ski
Resort ; Gunnison Glass; The
team at GCC; The Hammer;
Mario’s ; Mikey’s Pizza; Mochas;
Pie-Zans
Pizza;
Powerstop.
Happy New Year to you all! (1/21).
gunnison country shopper, january 21, 2015
C.A. West
Bookkeeping
Complete Sole-proprietor,
Partnership, Corporate, Business
Accounting & Tax Preparation
A Registered Tax Return Preparer
NOW ACCEPTING
NEW CLIENTS
641-5644
234 N. Main Street
Suite 3D
www.cawestbook.com
Wild Wo od
Wellness
Meet & Greet
Come meet local Gunnison
wellness professionals.
There will be a
reflexology tool giveaways,
healthy snacks and
refreshments.
Friday, January 23 5-7PM
302 W. Tomichi Ave. Suite B
(Behind Family Vision)
Come learn about r eflexology
Suzi Cliff 970-641-7449
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
Ja n u ar y 1 9 - 2 3
H a rv e st o f t h e M o n t h
˜ Po ta to e s ˜
M on d a y
No School
Martin Luther Kind, Jr. Day
T ue sday
Italian Pasta Bake H
Edamame
Celery Sticks
Roll L
Peaches
We dne sd ay
Sloppy Joe on Bun
Potato Wedges*
Green Beans
Fresh Orange
Thurs day
Pepperoni Pizza H
Dark Salad Greens
Carrot Sticks
Applesauce
Fr i d a y
Beefy Nachos
Black Beans
Shred. Lettuce
Cherry Tomatoes
Fresh Apple
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
PUBLIC HEALTH OFFERS A
FREE PROGRAM TO HELP
PREGNANT WOMEN STOP
SMOKING CIGARETTES. It is
called Baby and Me Tobacco Free
(BMTF). Eligible participants are
pregnant women who currently
smoke or who were a daily smoker at least three months prior to
becoming pregnant. There is no
age or income eligibility requirements for enrolling in the program.
Pregnant women are
enrolled in the BMTF program with
Kim Bemis at the Public health
office (970-641-7911). During
the prenatal period, each enrolled
participant receives four cessation counseling sessions, quit support education and carbon monoxide testing to verify their (non)smoking status. After the birth of
the baby, the mother returns
every month for 12 months to
continue CO monitoring and, if
smoke-free, she receives a $25
voucher for diapers to use at WalMart. Smoking during pregnancy
is a well-documented cause of
premature and underweight
births. Non-smoking mothers also
reduce the damaging effect of
exposure to secondhand smoke
on their children. Please call Kim
if you are interested in the program. (1/21).
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! (1/21).
CBMHM
2ND
ANNUAL
MINER’S BALL - Thank You for a
Great Event! Thank you to the
entire community for supporting
the Crested Butte Mountain
Heritage Museum and for making
our 2nd Annual Miner’s Ball such a
success! Thank you to Jason
Vernon and his wonderful staff at
Soupcon Bistro. A special thank
you to our raffle donors: the
Kontos Foundation, Matchstick
Productions and Camp 4 Coffee.
Thanks goes out to Diner and the
Town of Crested Butte for helping
with last minute logistics. Also,
thank you to the Mountain Theater
for partnering with us on costumes and the historical reenactment. Ian Wrisley and Paul Merck,
you were fabulous. This event
could not have taken place without our amazing volunteers—
thank you to Elin Farrington,
Cricket Farrington, David Russell,
Isabel Russell, Lisa Merck, Linda
Wilson and the CBMHM Board.
Thank you for supporting the
Museum and look for this event
again next year (1/21).
REST IN PEACE - ROBERT
“BOB” CARR: September 1931 December 2014. Bob’s family
wishes to extend our sincere
appreciation to Jeff Wilkinson,
Frank Vader, Patrick Burke, St.
Peter’s Guitar Group; Gunnison
Masonic Lodge, the Community
Church, Terry Peterson, eastern
Star, Elks, and all those who
joined in the celebration of Bob’s
life at his memorial service. A
guest book is available at
www.legacy.com for additional
sharing of memories and condolences. Graveside service TBA.
(1/21).
EVERYONE CAN LEARN ENGLISH! Classes take place Monday
& Wednesday, 6-8pm, at the
Gunnison Elementary School,
1099 N. 11th. $10 registration
fee. Bring your children for free
child care and educational activities. For more information call the
Center for Adult & Family
Education (CAFE), 970-641-7684.
(1/28).
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.
(1/21).
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Certified Collision Repair Center
ENROLL IN 4-H NOW: New year
and project help starting. Connect
at gunnison.colostate.edu or 6411260. (1/28).
Winter’s Misfortune... Get Your Car Looking Like New Again!
RECIPE/COOKING COMPETITION for Signature dish/food item
for Gunnison Valley with local
ingredients. Professional and
hobby chefs, cash prizes. 2015
Farm-to-Table Conference. Info
Michael
at
[email protected];
Jonathan at [email protected]
(1/28).
PROJECT HOPE provides confidential services to individuals
whose lives have been affected by
domestic violence and/or sexual
assault. Our services are free of
charge and you do not have to
report a crime to law enforcement
to be eligible. Contact us at 6412712 or call the Project Hope crisis-line at 275-1193 if you need
help or for more information. (2/4).
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. (1/21).
THANK YOU TO PARENTS AND
YOUTH: GCSAPP would like to
thank the 11 Gunnison families
and 12 Crested Butte families that
attended the first of six parentyouth education dinners this past
week. The topic was on
Adolescent development and we
examined how the family changes
when there is an adolescent in the
home as well as how the adolescent changes in regards to brain
development, social and emotional and cognitive development. The
youth discussed developmental
changes and then create drug fact
awareness graffiti. We would also
like to thank the O’l Miner for the
wonderful catering in Gunnison
and Marchitelli’s Gourmet Noodle
for the fabulous catering in
Crested Butte.
— GCSAPP.
No Job too Big or too Small! FREE computerized estimates (estimates while you
wait). WATERBORNE PAINTS, State-of-the-Art Spray Full Bake System, environmentally safe. Paintless Dent Repair, Clear Protection Chip Guard, Laser measuring full frame system. Trust your vehicle to our Certified Professionals!
(970)641-0920 or (888)292-8915
212 W. HWY 50 • Gunnison
www.johnrobertsmotorworks.com
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.
(1/28).
THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR: Keep it Short, Keep it
Sweet.... submit your Who, What,
When, Where, Why, and How to
[email protected]
(1/21).
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.
(1/21).
SCHOLARSHIPS! You could be
eligible for a scholarship to help
pay tuition for classes at the
Gunnison Arts Center! Every year
the Gunnison Arts Center receives
donations and support to be used
to award scholarships for kids or
adults wanting to take arts (visual
or performing) classes or workshops. This is an important part of
our programming as we strive to
make the Arts Center accessible
to the whole community. To apply
for a scholarship, please see the
eligibility and application requirements
online
at
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (1/21).
DID YOU IN THE PAST
ACQUIRE A SET OF DVD’S
FROM
THE
GUNNISON
LIBRARY ENTITLED “FRA SHIPMATES’ SERIES”? There were at
least 17 DVDs in the Series. They
read FRA USN, USMC, USCG.
They are titled 2 - A Fellowship of
Valor: Pacific Inferno and Born in
Blood; 2 The Great Ships: The
Destroyers & Aircraft Carriers; 4
Battle History of the Navy DVDs: 1
- Second to None, 2 - Born Into
War, 3 - Fire and Water, and 4 Steel Walls of Freedom; US Naval
Academy: 150 Years in Annapolis;
and lastly Battle History of the
Coast Guard: Lifesavers to the
World. Plus others. If you have this
series or know of their whereabouts, please call 641-1473
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
ATTENTION
VETERANS
RECEIVING CARE from the
Department of Veterans Affairs
willing to be interviewed about
their experiences, good and bad
for a petition to Colorado
Senators/Congressmen,
call
G.H.S. senior Braden Barnett 970417-8632 (1/28).
2015 FARM-TO-TABLE CONFERENCE Cooking Competition
for Gunnison Valley ‘Signature
dish/food item’ using local ingredients. Open to professional and
hobby chefs; cash prices; more
information
forthcoming;
Interested? Contact Michael
V i e r e g g e ,
[email protected] (1/21).
NEED BICYCLE DELIVERED
back from Gunnison to Texas.
Would be willing to pay someone
who may be happening to travel
back through Lubbock. Please
contact 970-417-7474 (1/28).
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!
A
Certified Service
Genuine GM Parts
Collision Center
YOU, yes you!
The City of
Gunnison Needs You
for C ity Board Vacancy
The City of Gunnison has the following vacancy
on City and Community Boards. If you are
interested in serving the community, please
submit a leer of interest by 5pm on Thursday,
January 29, 2015, to: City of Gunnison,
City Clerk, PO Box 239, Gunnison, CO 81230 or
email leer to [email protected]­co.gov
City Planning & Zoning Commission: 1 term;
term will expire in May, 2017. Board member
must be a resident of the City of Gunnison for
a least one year preceding the me of
appointment and be a registered voter
of the City of Gunnison.
This Board Meets as Needed and doesn’t have
a substanal me commitment. It’s a great
way to be involved in City government.
Call 641­8140 or email
[email protected]­co.gov
if you have quesons.
A Salon for Personal Service.
NOW CARRYING
NAILS
Custom Nail Wraps!
Fun, Easy, Affordable...
Do them yourself or
we can for you.
Sue Mundell, Owner 641-3610
See us at: www.gunnisonsalon.com
(1/21).
DANCE CLASSES: Get your
groove on at the GAC! We have a
variety of Adult & Kids Dance
classes that start this week! We
offer everything from Ballet to Tap
to Jazz and we offer Hip Hop
classes for all ages. Don’t forget
we offer the drop-in option for
dance classes! For $10 you can
drop-in on a dance class for one
session. For more information
about classes and pricing call
970-641-4029, come by 102 S.
Main St., or go to gunnisonartscenter.org. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
THINKING
OF
QUITTING
SMOKING?
The Colorado
QuitLine offers free nicotine patches to people at least 18, who participate in the program. You are
seven times more likely to quit
tobacco using the QuitLine and
the help of an experienced Quit
Coach. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.
(1/21).
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INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON AND GUNNISON
PUBLIC LAND INITIATIVE te invita a una Excursión con raquetas
de la nieve el sábado 24 de
enero. Nos reuniremos al
mediodía en el estacionamiento al
frente de la Oficina Multicultural y
juntos vamos a Slate River Road in
CB. Para más información llame al
970-209-1807 o 970-390-6689.
FREE THINNING: For mountain
properties, call for details. 2754852 (1/21).
TRY THE NEW CHINESE RESTAURANT IN TOWN!
Chinese Restaurant
MISC. FURNITURE: For sale,
couch, double size bed, day bed,
dressers, kitchen table w/chairs,
coffee table and much more.
Please call Staci @ 970-275-1966
Dine In - Take Out
Tel: (970) 642-6363
(1/28).
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.
(1/21).
7,900
Gunnison
Country
Shoppers
every
WEDNESDAY
CLEANING SUPPLIES: For sale
random cleaning supplies. Such
as household cleaners, micro
cloths, extension poles, vacuums,
and more. Please contact Staci @
970-275-1966. (1/21).
WANTED: 2 large shadow boxes
any color. Call 970-596-5072.
(1/28).
(1/21)
BERNHARDT DINING TABLE on
2 pedestals. Very nice heirloom
table. Beautiful top inlays made of
curly walnut wood. $750 303656-7859 (1/21).
WANTED: wood futon frame in
good condition. 596-8954 (1/21).
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!
(1/21).
FOR SALE: counter top pizza
oven; Gevalia coffee maker. 2090142. (1/21).
“Doc”
4-20-2015 - 1-17-2015
My thanks to Dr. Jacobson,
DVM and her staff for
helping me throughout
Doc’s life and for the loving
care given while easing Doc
into the next life.
Doc was my advocate, my yes man, my true friend. He
gave me unconditional love. He was always there for me,
always game for whatever was next. My protector. He
was always by my side and watched over me at all times.
Even, or especially when I slept.
I know he is watching over me now from wherever he is.
Here on this mortal earth he is missed. My heart aches.
Goodbye my friend, Goodbye.
G
C
Doc is survived by
Leslie Moore and David Apker
* G
PASSPORT HOURS AT THE
GUNNISON
POST OFFICE: The
P
passport processing hours at the
Gunnison Post Office are by
appointment. Customers may
pick up passport forms at any
timeG during business hours or
G
access
forms through www.trav* M
el.state.gov.
Prices are $105 for
E
children
under age 16 & $135 for
adults. Required photos are $15
and done onsite.
Post Officet
641-1884. (1/21).
FOR SALE: one oak chair; mirror
24x48. 209-0142. (1/21).
WANTED: iPhone 4S wanted,
16gb or bigger. Did you recently
upgrade you iPhone. I’d really like
to get my first. Maybe I can buy
your iPhone 4S from you. (Note:
only interested in a 4S not a 4)
Let’s make a deal. Call 970-6423733. (1/28).
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE.
Search for any ad in our regular
weekly paper.
www.gunnisonshopper.com.
(1/21)
NICE CLASSIC SKI POLES:
Toko, light, fit someone 5’ 2” - 5’
4” range. $30. 275-3516 (1/28).
72 SQUARE FEET of LM flooring
Kendall 3” engineered maple flooring in Natural.
FEATURES:
Species: Maple, Edge: 4 -Sided
Micro Bevel, Installation type:
glue, nail, float, staple. Quarter
round: 91966.
T-Molding: 91965.
~Elizabeth
Andrew
Reducer: 91970.
209-2780.
$395 (1/28).
DO YOU READ AND USE THE (1/21).
CITY MARKET WEEKLY INSERT
FROM THE GUNNISON COUNTRY SHOPPER? If you do, we FOR SALE: 2 sets Stearns and
need some help from our readers Foster premium extra long, firm
to have it inserted in The Shopper support, twin mattresses w/box
once again. Please, call City springs. Like new condition.
641-1773
Market
and let them know how Barely used. U-haul. $100 per set.
opportunities.
important it is to you and how you 970-349-7009 (1/28).
use it weekly. Thanks for your help
and support from all our readers FOR SALE: dog crate, 30-70#,
through the years! City [email protected],
Market $40 OBO. 970-275-1425
or call 641-3148.
(1/28).
Local 641-3816 (1/21).
WORKING ORGAN: $25. Just
come pick up. 970-355-9686
(1/28).
MYKALLA HIGGINS
AT
(1/21).
BETTY’S CLEANING
Elba Alarcon
970-417-7432
Serving Gunnison County
Residential - Commercial
Job Site
“Spiffy Clean in a Jiffy”
(1/21/17)
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. (1/21).
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. ~ Elizabeth Andrew
GUNNISON COUNTRY
VOLUNTEERS WANTED!
* 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.
970-874-7266
ext.1 or 3
SHEAR BRILLIANCE
HAIR SALON,
offering professional hair
Walk-ins welcome,
or call 970-596-5755
for an appointment
(1/28/pd/23)
(1/21)
MISC. FURNITURE: for sale,
couch, double size bed, day bed,
dressers, kitchen table w/chairs,
coffee table and much more.
Please call Staci @ 970-275-1966
METAL HON book shelf, measures 41 (h) x 12.5 (d) x 31.5 (w)
with two adjustable shelves. $50,
970-209-7921 (1/28).
THE GUNNISON FARMERS
MARKET IS SEEKING BOARD
MEMBERS! Come join us at our
annual meeting, Monday, February
9 at 5:30pm upstairs at Gunnison
Vitamin & Health Food Store.
Catherine for info., 970-9014181. (2/4).
services for the whole family.
7,900
Gunnison
Country
Shoppers
every
WEDNESDAY
WANTED: Ford 6-bolt 16 inch
F150, Explorer, Expedition etc.
rims wanted (4). 641-4191
I.S.O.: Yak Trax, prefer for running. 970-596-2216. (1/21).
TIRES FOR SALE: 2 - Yokahama
Ice Guard 195/60R15 3/4 tread
$40/pr.; 2 - Ziex Falcon
195/60R15 1/2 tread $30/pr.; 1
- Goodyear 185/65R15 1/3 tread
$10. 641-2433 (1/28).
Can’t afford
home repairs?
The Regional
Housing Rehab
Program is now in
Gunnison County
WANTED: Mini Bike, In any condition, parts or whole. 209-3525
(1/21).
32 INCH FLAT SCREEN VIZIO
FOR SALE: $150 OBO, great
condition, beautiful picture and
sound; Magnavox DVD player with
remote $10.
720-219-3357
Be true
to
your
projects!
Shop
true value
great Price
great help!
(1/21).
FOR SALE: 2 - 8x10ft. heavy galvanized elk panels, $150/both.
275-4852. (1/21).
NIMBLE FINGERS
SEWING SERVICES
From Revamping to Costumes
Experienced Seamstress
Call Andrea
596-4972
(1/21/13)
THE NATIONAL PTA recommends that parents consider setting aside at least 20 minutes during which all family members
read. (1/21).
VETERANS: Do you need assistance in your home? Visiting
Angels is now servicing VETS in
the Gunnison area, with no cost
you. Call to see if you qualify for
this Veteran benefit. Visiting
Angels of SW Colorado. 970-2645991 (1/21).
1000 N. Main
641-3332
HAVING A HUGE ART SHOW LOOKING FOR: projector, graffito artists, nail/hair/makeup, live
bands/dj’s, roller derby, contortionist, live painters to paint
scene, fire eater, fire rope
swinger,
photographer/video,
chainsaw carver, and any other
local artists! Show is Feb. 6th, Call
kv 970-376-1971. (1/28).
WANTED: BOWLING BALLS,
any condition, will pay cash. Dan
641-5054, will pick up. (1/21).
I NEED A TAJ MAHAL TICKET
to help celebrate my B-Day on
Mar. 20. If you have an extra for
sale call Jess: 970-596-6506.
(1/28).
WANTED TO BUY: all guitars,
any condition, used, vintage, etc.
Castle Creek Guitars, 132
North
Main,
641-2747.
(1/21/17).
ANTIQUE WASH STAND FOR
SALE: Needs some refinishing on
top surface. No legs or mirror.
Original brass hardware. Needs
reglued. Money will go to Haitian
and Dominican Republic orphans.
970-401-3651 (1/21).
WANTED ANTLERS
SHEDS & RACKS
Pay Top Dollar
Berfield’s Stage Stop
970-641-5782
(4/1/pd/11)
ATTENTION CITIZENS & WESTERN STUDENTS REGARDING
ANIMALS AT LARGE: No person
shall allow any animal to run atlarge within the city limits. Public
Places: No animal shall be permitted on any public place: common
areas such as apartment complex, parking lots, parks, sidewalks, etc., without the animal
being on a leash not more than
8ft. in length controlled by a person physically competent to control the animal. (1/21).
BICYCLE LAWS: DON’T ride
your bike on the sidewalks
downtown. For more information,
contact the Gunnison Police
Department 641-8200. (1/21).
GRACO DOUBLE STROLLER
with rear mounted car seats great
for twins. This is the full system!
$50. Call 303-656-7859 (1/21).
GET YOUR SKI & SNOWSHOE
BUDDIES together for the Cold
Cash Snowflake Dash. Saturday,
January 31, Hartman Rocks from
the Base Area. Must pre-register
online at gunnisonnordic.com
(1/28).
FOR SALE: Troybuilt 11hp 30”
snowblower, $400. 970-4173464. (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.
(1/21).
gunnison country shopper, january 21, 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.
LOOKING FOR: an old Vermont
casting wood stove. Please call
me with info and I can take it off
your
hands.
970-209-8925
(1/21).
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.
(1/21/44).
K&N AIR FILTER: for 5.7 Part #
E1796, new $40, 596-9999.
(1/21).
We Sell WeatherPorts,
We Repair WeatherPorts,
We Buy WeatherPorts,
We Rent WeatherPorts!
Contact Global Shelters
today for all your
WeatherPort needs.
Serving the Gunnison/
Crested Butte
valley for over 45 years!
Sharbel @ 970-209-9711
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. 275-4852
(1/21).
FOR SALE: 2’6”x6’8” flush oak
door; 6” steel jambs, $100 OBO,
will deliver. Call Bob 970-3495159, 970-901-7277 (1/21).
FOR SALE:
queen Room
Essentials microfiber sheet set 2
available $10 303-656-7859
(1/21).
(1/21/33)
POSITIVE EARLY EXPERIENCES are essential for later success in school, the workplace,
and the community. Services for
young children who have or are at
risk for developmental delays
have been shown to positively
impact the development of health
language and communication.
For a list of local licensed
providers, contact the Early
Childhood Council or call 6417913. eccgh.org (1/21).
FENDER FOR 81-87 Chev/GMC
PU: New, unpainted. $75. 5969999. (1/21).
HUTCH: solid oak, full center
drawer, three middle drawers, two
doors, glass top, 6” mirror with
top shelf. 48”W x 24”D x 52”H.
Too big for new house. $100.
970-275-5064 (1/21).
HEPA HUNTER AIR PURIFIER:
air scrubber, for baby room or
grow room. Because I only have
one of these and it will go fast - so
watch out 303-656-7859 (1/21).
FOR SALE: Queen-size sleeper
sofa with foam mattress. Floral
pattern. $40. Call 641-2334 after
5:00 PM (1/21).
WEST ELK
WINDSHIELDS
Mobile Auto Glass Service
Under New Ownership
641-4505
Your Crack is Our Business.
(1/21/16)
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. (1/21).
SUN CRUISER American Edition
bicycle. Women’s frame. $100.
970-641-7364. (1/28).
BRAND NEW POWDERHORN
HAT: Model - Corbet; Color Macaw; One size - $8. 508-2468686 (1/21).
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. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
WINTER SPECIAL!
10% OFF PRUNING!
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
1 Dec. - 1 Mar, 2014.
(2/11/44)
GLASSWARE: Some specialty
beer glasses, lots of water glasses. All great condition. Call Liz
497-0787 (1/21).
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).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Free Delivery of
3 or More Cords
I have a mountain to sell!
209-6101
(2/11/pd/17)
FOR SALE: Burton snowboard
with bindings. I paid $580 and
used it only 3 runs. Selling it for
$150 OBO. Call me, Abby 507581-3302 (1/28).
SEARCHING LOCALLY for a nice
quality commercial barbell...
thought you may have one being
used as a clothes hanger! Give me
a call, Jane 641-3375. (1/21).
STAIRMASTER: commercial free
climber 4200PT. Sports/medical
products, L.P. Paid $2400, asking
$650 OBO.
719-251-3644.
(1/21).
FOR SALE: xcountry ski poles,
58”-66” lengths, $10 ea. 3495190. (1/21).
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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. (1/21).
LEFEVRE
ACCOUNTING
COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING,
SALES TAX
NON PROFIT
AND PAYROLL SERVICES
SCOTT LEFEVRE
[email protected]
970-349-5161
970-901-6648 cell
(1/21/18)
WASHER/DRYER FOR SALE:
Kenmore front loaders, gas dryer.
can be stacked or side by side. In
great shape with washer having
brand new shocks. $300 for the
pair. Call 970-209-4938. (1/28).
FOLDING MASSAGE TABLE:
Proflex Medical Products. $60.
970-4197-0109. (1/28).
A DOG is not for today or tomorrow... a dog is for life. (1/21).
HARTMAN ROCKS RECREATION AREA will be the venue for
the Kenny Mac Ski Fest on
Saturday, January 31st, from
8:30am-1pm. Ski races will be
taking place at the Base Area and
on the ski trails on the BLM
acreage. Please yield to racers
and cheer them on! If you have
any concerns or questions please
email [email protected]
(1/28).
HEY! YOU ON THE BIKE!
Please, don’t ride on the sidewalks. Thanks. (1/21).
FREE: Refrigerator, electric cook
stove, kitchen cabinets. You must
pick up from Riverland. Appliances
old but work. Call Dan @ 970-9019961 (1/21).
JUNGIAN DREAM GROUP I am
a Jungian analyst and I have a
small group of people who are
doing dream-work together with
me. There are currently a few
openings in the group for new
members. If you are interested,
please contact Cindy at 6415155. (1/21).
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 121pm 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 (1/21).
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. (1/21).
WORRIED ABOUT DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS IN YOUR
YOUNG CHILD? Call Public
Health for referral information @
641-0209. (1/21).
KEY WEBSITES FOR WARRIORS
AND
FAMILIES:
Information on facilities, services
and benefits: www.woundedwarriorresourcecenter.com. Directory
of medical and non-medical
resources:
www.nationalresourcedirectory.org. Information
on
Defense
Centers
of
Excellence: www.dcoe.health.mil.
Service-specific 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. (1/21).
EL MALTRATO Y LA VIOLENCIA
en contra del las mujeres y los
niños muchas veces van mano en
mano. Hay mucho en común en
30 a 60 por ciento entre la violencia en contra de la mujer y la violencia en contra de los niños en
las mismas familias. Si usted
sospecha de violencia en una
familia reporte la. Ayude a ayudar
el ciclo del la violencia para mas
información llame al 641-2712.
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
Saturday Evening
Worship
with Rick Barton
Trinity Bapst
523 N. Pine ­ 6PM ­ Downstairs
“Verse by Verse through the Bible”
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
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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. (1/21).
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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 (1/21).
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.
(1/21).
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!
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
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WHILE ONE PRAYS THAT LIBERTY will be restored and extended to our posterity by way of spirited rebellion manifested in ballots
not bullets, history does not favor
such rebellion.” The Patriot Post.
Robert Tim Allen 596-8977.
W.T.B: kids snowshoes for 4’9-ish
kid, sz. 4 boot. Please call 970596-2216. (1/28).
(1/28).
(1/21).
LOOKING FOR A TOPPER: for
my Toyota truck. Needs to be 6
foot long. Call 970-209-8925
CRANE ADORABLE FROG
HUMIDIFIER: A cute, frog-shaped
humidifier. $15 each. I have 2 of
these and you’re in luck because I
am willing to separate them. 303656-7859 (1/21).
FOR SALE: T-fal Simply Clean
Total 16 piece Charcoal non-stick
cook set, $50, 303-656-7859
Prenatal Yoga
Gentle class open
to all stages of pregnancy.
Tuesdays at 4:45 pm.
Please call Jessica
for more info at
641-6095.
BIRTH STORIES: Have you experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth or
other drama in pregnancy or
labor? I am a doula looking to hear
your story and educate myself on
what families need in Gunnison
County when processing these
things.
Annie
596-8954.
[email protected]
(1/21).
(1/28/11)
RECYCLE YOUR PLASTICS!
The Gunnison Recycling Center
will now pick up #1 & #2 plastics
(see the emblem stamped on the
bottom) on their curbside route.
Sorry, no plastic bags please.
Also, remove lids and rings, rinse
out and crush.
Thanks!
Questions 641-0044. (1/21).
LUCRATIVE JEEP RENTAL
BUSINESS FOR SALE:
For
more information call 641-6682
W.T.B: child’s bookcase with
front facing book bins, or a “sling”
bookcase. 970-596-2216 (1/21).
TWO FLAGSTONE COFFEE
TABLES: 3x2’ $115; 2x2’, $90.
275-4852. (1/21).
WATER METER: $150; 2754852. (1/21).
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.
(1/21).
LOS NIÑOS MERECEN tener
acceso a una educación preescolar que promueva su preparación
para la escuela sin importar su
nivel económico. Si quiere una
lista de los establecimientos
locales con licencia, pase por la
oficina de Servicios Familiares
ECC 641-7913; (en español: 6417999) o eccgh.org (1/21).
TABLE SAW FOR SALE: Delta
Contractor’s Model 10, 10 inch,
1.5 hp. motor, heavy duty, $150
OBO, 970-210-4750 (1/28).
CANNONDALE LADIES MOUNTAIN BIKE! ALMOST $1,400
INVESTED! $800 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
¡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. (1/21).
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”. $215 for set of
three, OBO. 970-641-1306
LARGE ROOMS.
You’re invited to attend a
“City Council 101” Workshop
and learn about
what City Council does,
what Council is currently working on,
what the requirements are to run, and…
what the position really entails.
Water Wheel Inn.
No lease and generally no
deposit required.
Pet-friendly and tobacco-friendly
rooms available.
Price includes utilities, WiFi,
cable, hot tubs, exercise room,
served daily.
Call Alicia at
SKIJOURING WITH YOUR DOG:
includes belt, quick release line,
med. harness & book, $50. 6418948. (1/28).
FOR SALE: Remington AR-15,
camo stock, tactical case, custom trigger & cock lever, some
ammo. $1200.
209-2449.
(1/21).
The workshop is
in the City Council Chambers of City Hall,
201 W. Virginia Avenue.
Lunch will be served.
Please RSVP at 641-8140 to reserve your lunch spot
or for further information.
THERE IS NO riding of bicycles,
skateboards, or scooters on the
sidewalks downtown. Fine $25.
Brought to you by the Gunnison
Police Dept. (1/21).
¿ESTÁ DEJANDO DE FUMAR?
Llame gratis Colorado QUITLINE:
línea telefónica en español;
conectando personas que desean
dejar de fumar con consejeros
capacitados que pueden guiar y
brindar su apoyo durante el proceso. PARCHES GRATIS reemplaza nicotina. Llame 800-639QUIT hoy. QUITNET http://co.quitnet.com, programa interactivo
para dejar de fumar. Pida consejos a expertos, tome test para
saber su nivel de adicción,
inspírese con historias. Más información Salud Pública 641-7999
(1/21).
Financial Advisor
Accredited Asset
Management Specialist®
Jackie Cardenas
Financial Advisor
MBA - Finance
GUNNISON
(2/11/pd/17)
CRESTED BUTTE
SMITH OPERA HOUSE
CRESTED BUTTE BANK BUILDING
641.0400
349.1121
100# PROPANE TANKS: $100
a piece, 596-7842. (1/21).
EARLY CHILDHOOD CARIES
(CAVITIES) is 5 times more common than asthma and 7 times
more common than hay fever.
Early Childhood Oral Health is
important- talk with your Dentist
about it. Gunnison Hinsdale Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
Public Health 641-0209. (1/21).
WANTED TO BUY: Thule or
Yakima rocket box. Call 6414184 (1/28).
GOLD AND SILVER: turn your
old rings, earrings, chains into
dollars. Silver Queen Jewelry,
134 North Main, Gunnison,
641-9021. (1/21/19).
THE ORDER OF EASTERN
STAR meets the 2nd & 4th
Thursday at 7:30pm at the
Masonic Hall. We welcome visitors from other chapters. 6410495. (1/21).
FOR SALE: ‘07-13 Chevy/GMC
towing mirrors, these mirrors are
power adjust with heated glass,
$275
OBO.
970-275-8537
(1/28).
WANTED: Leather hole punch. I
need a leather hole punch for my
craft projects (something with
variable hole sizes). Do you have
one you’d sell or give to me. Call
970-642-3733. (1/28).
rjbillmatthews.com
Services offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC
VOLKL 724 PRO 177cm
w/Marker 14 din bindings, excellent cond. $150 970-596-9999
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. (1/21).
QUALITY FURNITURE FOR
SALE: Oak dining room hutch or
display
case.
Modern
Scandinavian design with glass
shelves and mirror back. $250.
Three brown upholstered bar
stools counter height. 24”. $150.
480-415-4380 (1/28).
REPORT ANY SIGNS OF ANIMAL CRUELTY OR NEGLECT
TO THE PROPER AUTHORITIES:
City of Gunnison
Neighborhood Services 6418242,
or
the
Sheriff’s
Department, 641-8000. Thank
you for caring. (1/21).
TUMMY TIME IS IMPORTANT
FOR BABIES. It should take
place when your infant is awake
and alert. Place baby on tummy
on a solid surface, place a toy in
front of him and engage him in
play. Doing this regularly will help
strengthen the neck muscles and
promote brain development.
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
Public Health 641-0209 (1/21).
at the Boom-a-Rang
$$$$$ or CONSIGN
WE HAVE SOLD
SUPER SPECIAL
SAVINGS!
Check Out Our
SALES RACK
up to 60% OFF
Basics for Men
100 North Main
642-4223
All of our COUCHES
and NEED MORE.
CAN PAY CASH AND PICKUP.
Send photos:
[email protected]
970-209-6046
Need DRESSERS TOO!
(1/28/31)
VOLUNTEER AT THE GAC: Has
your creative side been begging
to take dance, clay or art classes
but your budget won’t allow it? We
are now offering the opportunity
to work as a volunteer at the
Gunnison Arts Center in exchange
for credit towards class tuition.
Call Alysa at 970-641-4029 to
learn more about how you can
help your local community arts
center and earn credit towards
that awesome class you want to
take at the same time! (1/21).
(1/28/19)
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. (1/21).
DUTCH LANGUAGE BOOKS &
DICTIONARIES: Various prices.
Call if interested, 349-6611.
(1/28).
¿USTED TOMA O COME POR
LO MENOS 3 a 4 porciones
diarias del grupo de leches? El
calcio de este grupo ayuda a
detener la pérdida masa del
hueso relacionada con la edad. El
calcio también puede reducir el
riesgo de la alta presión y de
cáncer del colon. (1/21).
INDUSTRIAL FLOOR FRYER:
Two basket large fryer. Call Liz
497-0787. (1/21).
FOR SALE: CLIF Shot energy gel
packets. I bought bulk for pricing.
70 cents each. 349-5190. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
ARE YOU RENTING?
You can feel safe and
secure for as little as
$8/mo with a Renters
Policy that provides
protection for your
personal belongings,
personal liability, and even
identity theft. Find out
for yourself why
American Family
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.
ALESIS MIDIVERB 4: retail
$299, for sale $75. 970-4170109 (1/28).
BICYCLE LAWS: Use a front
light at night with at least one
reflector. For more information,
contact the Gunnison Police
Department at 641-8200. (1/21).
Bill Matthews
GOOD Couches Wanted
Competitively priced,
Superior build,
Local cabinet/
furniture makers.
Free estimates,
Excellent customer service.
Wyman Woodworks.
970-275-9634.
wymanwoodworks.com.
970-641-1650 for rates.
(1/21/38)
RETIREMENT PLANNING. INVESTMENTS. WEALTH SOLUTIONS.
(1/21).
I.S.O.: tattooers, piercers, aerial
dancers (with own equipment),
graffiti artists, manicurists, fire
eater, sword swallower, contortionist, flash painters, chainsaw
carver, photographer/video persons, male and female mma fighters, regular and tattoo models,
and
other
talented
performers/artists for huge art
show/event on Feb. 6th in
Gunnison... raffle donations would
be awesome too! KV 970-3761971 (1/28).
housekeeping, and hot breakfast
WANTED: Size 8 Women’s sandal
or
flip
flop
in
a
neutral/gold/champagne tone.
Looking for some height, so a
wedge is preferred. to be worn
with a bridesmaid gown. 5968954. Text me photos! Thank
you. (1/21).
Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 12 Noon
TEXAS HOLD EM POKER!
Come join our weekly low limit
Saturday night poker game. Real
poker room, cool people, great
music! Contact Brian for details @
970-417-1961. Thanks! (1/28).
(1/21).
(1/28).
Interested in running for
City Council this May?
SUBARU CARGO NET: black net
for rear of car, perfect for holding
sports equipment, groceries, etc.
Like new. Retails for $40, yours
for $15. 349-6611. (1/28).
(1/21/pd/11).
(1/21/22)
(1/21).
IT’S GOING TO SNOW
AGAIN
- PLOWS SALES & SERVICE
GUNNISON MUFFLER
641-6007
(1/21/14)
FOR SALE: tempered glass panels, single pane, (4) 43”x83”, $50
ea. OBO. Call Bob 970-349-5159,
970-901-7277. (1/21).
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 (1/28).
TV STAND: with glass doors for
DVD storage, and spot for DVD
Player. $25 Katie 802-558-3815
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: use the
sidewalks when they’re available.
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. (1/21).
Let Us Sell Your
ATV or Snowmobile
Only $75
Sun Sports Unltd
641-0883
(1/21/13)
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 (1/21).
GAS RANGE: Everything works.
White. Remodeled my kitchen.
$200. 970-209-0177. (1/28).
FOR SALE: Remington 700 custom 375 ultra mag, 2 boxes of
ammo, $2200 firm. 209-2449.
(1/21).
(1/28).
BY
SUPPORTING
SMALL
LOCAL businesses, community
radio, artists, and independent
publishers, we create and protect
our quality of life and the culture
of our small community! (1/21).
ATTENTION
NONPROFITS,
GOVERNMENTS, SCHOOLS
AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS. KBUT can and will give
free publicity for your upcoming
events, activities and fundraisers.
For more information, visit
KBUT.org, call 349-5225 or email
[email protected] (1/21).
(1/28/20).
FOR SALE: Five drawer chest of
drawers. Medium brown color.
$20. 641-8912 (1/21).
FREE: twin mattress. Call 701471-8726 (1/28).
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE A
DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF
A GUNNISON FAMILY? Help
Habitat for Humanity raise money
to buy land to build houses for
deserving local families. A affordable, secure, decent home can
make a world of difference to a
family.
Go
to
hfhgunnisonvalley.org or 6411245 to donate. Thank you!
IT IS NOT TOO LATE GET
YOUR QUICKBOOKS® FILE IN
TIP-TOP 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. (1/28/43).
FOR SALE: iPhone 4S Lifeproof
case. Black. 1 month old, $85
value, $40 OBO. Jack 970-2099026 (1/21).
WOMEN’S MONTBELL DOWN
VEST: medium, very good condition & orange, $40. 349-1321
(1/21).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE.
TAYLOR’S FIREWOOD
596-0110
(1/28/pd/6)
(1/28).
LINCOLN ELECTRIC WELDER:
Ac 225s. Comes with auto dark
helmet, rods, etc. Also three
heavy duty casters to make a cart
for it. $200. 970-209-3164.
STORAGE FOR RENT: Ohio
Creek Location. Private in barn,
400 sq. ft. clean, open. $75/mo.
Call for details.
641-2433
D
CASH TO LOAN
on Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
Traders Rendezvous
516 West Tomichi, Gunnison
641-5077
LUGARES EN EL CENTRO Y
LUGARES PÚBLICOS: cualquier
animal que dejen amarrado en las
bancas, en donde se amarran las
bicicletas, o en los postes y dejados sin atender por sus dueños o
por la persona que los esta
cuidando es considerado un delito. Para no recibir una multa, por
favor quédese junto de su animal
a todos tiempos o déjelos en
casa o en el auto. (1/21).
Hope you are enjoying our
Free CitiWide WiFi.
Call us today If you’d
like to continue your service
after the introductory offer
ends on 2/1/15.
970-642-1100
(1/21/26)
BEAUTIFUL BROYHILL DRESSER FOR SALE: 8 drawers on bottom and shelves and mirror on
the top. 6’ 4’’ high, 5’ 6’’ long, 19’’
deep. 596-0748. I can text or
email photos. $275. (1/28).
(1/21).
FOR SALE: old Casey’s bar
piano, vintage Epworth Grand
Piano, $100 OBO. Will deliver.
Bob 970-901-7277. (1/21).
SMARTWOOL
WOMEN’S
SPORT
JACKET: medium,
brown, zip up. barely worn. Lined
and hidden seam pockets. $35.
349-1321 (1/21).
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).
FREE! Remodeling my bathroom
is your luxurious jacuzzi gain. 6’
jetted tub, works great. 1.5HP
motor. 970-209-0177 (1/28).
FOR SALE: Almost new HP
Laserjet Pro 200 printer with ink.
Works perfectly. Wireless ready.
New for $249, asking $100. 970901-5642 (1/21).
TABLE SAW FOR SALE: Delta
Model 10 contractor’s saw, heavy
duty, 10 inch, 1hp. motor, $150,
970-210-4750 (1/21).
FIFTEEN
MINUTES
FOR
PEACE: every Friday at noon at
the Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (1/21).
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 (1/21/43).
TORK
MOTION
SENSOR
PAPER TOWEL DISPENSERS:
Three total, easy wall mount. Call
Liz 497-0787. (1/21).
LOOKING FOR: used metal Tposts, 275-4852. (1/21).
QUALITY 7 PIECE DINING SET:
Solid oak table, 6 brown upholstered chairs. Chairs roll and tilt.
Would make a great conference
room set for business. $600.
480-415-4380. (1/28).
ES IMPORTANTE QUE LOS
BEBÉS pasen algún tiempo
acostados panza abajo. Hay que
hacer esto cuando el bebé está
despierto y altera. Coloque a su
bebé de panza sobre una superficie sólida, coloque un juguete
frente a él, y jueguen juntos. Al
hacer esto regularmente, se le
fortalecen los músculos del cuello
y se desarrolla el cerebro.
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
Salud Pública 641-0209. En
español: 641-7999. (1/21).
EL DOLOR DE DIENTES Y
MUELAS distrae a los niños e
interfiere con el aprendizaje y
hace que los niños falten a la
escuela. Es importante visitar al
dentista anualmente para un
chequeo.
Gunnison Hinsdale
Early
Childhood
Council.
eccgh.org. ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) (1/21).
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9-1-1 SOLO ES PARA EMERGENCIAS. Llame 641-8000 para
situaciones que no requieren
emergecia. (1/21).
NEVERSUMMER LEGACY 161
snow board. Excellent condition.
2013 Rocker camber. No bindings. $300. 970-275-6471.
(1/28).
FOR SALE: king Room Essential
textured stripe comforter set,
gray, $30, 303-565-7859. (1/21).
FOR SALE: rollout keyboard
trays, (7) bamboo, 20”x16”, $30
OBO. Call Bob 970-349-5159,
970-901-7277 (1/21).
FOR SALE: avy shovel, Voile
metal with extending handle, $15;
G3 Bone saw for avy pit excavation, $20. 349-1321. (1/21).
FOR SALE: Raichle All-degree
Lite Gore-tex hiking boots.
Women’s 6.5. New in box. Really
nice. $40. 349-5190. (1/21).
REGISTER YOUR BICYCLE
AND KEEP IT LOCKED!
Registration can be done at the
Gunnison police department. For
more information regarding
Bicycle Law, Bicycle Safety and
Theft Protection, call the
Gunnison Police Department at
641-8000 or stop by at 201 W
Virginia Ave. (1/21).
BRAND NEW SODASTREAM: I
am passed the return policy. This
unit is sealed! $50, Abby @ 507581-4003 (1/28).
WANTED: Small or medium
Plastic storage tubs with lids for
Gunnison Clothing Project 6410171. (1/21).
KLIM FREERIDE PANTS: sz lg.
Gore-tex/bomber. Practically new
worn once. New $270, asking
$150. Bryan 275-8666 (1/21).
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, 6413148. (1/21).
TELE SKIS: K2 Kung Fujas 189
Rocker Powder All Mountain. G3
telemark bindings with stiffer red
spring cartridge. Excellent, barely
used condition. $400. 970-2756471. (1/21).
15K TRAILERBOSS GOOSENECK TRAILER HITCH: Like
new $300; Truck snow plow with
hydraulic pump $300; 970-2099695 (1/28).
PARENTS, please educate your
children on the correct use of 9-11. (1/21).
OVERSIZED
COUCH
FOR
SALE: Comfy, clean, great for
lounging. good condition. Light
tan and off white. $50. Call 970275-8910. (1/28).
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gunnison country shopper, january 21, 2015
ONE OR TWO ROOMS TO
RENT in nice house by Hartman
Rocks. Clean. Responsible renters
only.
$390.
209-8752.
(1/21/18).
ROOM FOR RENT: In Gunnison,
$350/month plus electric. Will be
sharing with responsible adult
male. N/S N/P. Text/call 419-6560444. (1/21).
ROOMMATE NEEDED: Large
room, 3 bedroom house. Leaving
one room empty so you have your
own bathroom. Washer/dryer,
satellite, Netflix, wood stove,
must be clean. Located in
Antelope Hills 303-947-0379
page 10
HOME FOR SALE: realtor’s commission, 6.8 acres, 3/3/2,
2100sq.ft. VIEWS! MUST SEE!
207
Mountainside
Drive,
$320,000.
719-251-3644.
(3/25/pd/17).
FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF
TODAY REALTY’S AVAILABLE
RENTALS please visit our website
www.todayrealtyinc.net or call Joe
970-641-0077. (1/21/18).
FOR SALE: Mobile home 1977
Titan 14x52ft. 2388 Hwy 135 #6
Country Meadows. New roof, windows, floors, heater. $20,000. 2
bd, 1 bathroom. $290 lot rent.
Call 970-275-3864. (2/11/pd/28).
(1/28).
SCHOOLHOUSE WALL CLOCK
FOR SALE: Ridgeway regulator
wind up wall click. Chimes can be
silenced. All in perfect working
order. A real find for $175. 480415-4380. (1/28).
NEED TEMPORARY HOUSING
IN GUNNISON! Moving here the
beginning of February and looking
for a sublease or month to month
home in or near town. Male in mid
20’s, N/S N/P, simple shelter is
fine, very easy going, have job,
love to cook, make beer and
bread, grow food, and build.
Looking for around $350 rent.
Call Thomas at: 970-324-7036
(1/28).
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. (1/21/38).
FOR RENT: 2 story, 2 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath with dishwasher, washer/dryer, wood stove. No pets.
$795 plus utilities. Pat 970-6413809. (1/21/22).
4 - HALF ACRE RESIDENTIAL
LOTS: 55-95K, great pole barn
on one, trees, meadow, half mile
from town. 209-9075, 641-4177.
(1/21/19).
FOR RENT: Available soon, 1 &
2 bedroom apartments. 1 year
leases. $450 - $650 plus electric
& gas. First, last & security
deposit. No pets. 412 N Iowa St.,
Phone 970-901-9263. (1/21/28).
BUILDING FOR SALE: 9000
sq.ft. Newer, nice retail space.
Call 970-275-8146 for details.
(1/21/13).
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. (1/21/30).
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
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did not receive your ad. But
please, give us time to check
them - cyberspace is not instantaneous. 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 .
(1/21).
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. (1/21/23).
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
house in Ohio City. Wood stove,
no pets. $650/month plus utilities
and damage deposit. Call 6416963. (2/4/pd/23).
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. (1/21/46).
FOR RENT: furnished studio
apartment, ground level end unit,
dog OK, available early Feb. $580
inlc. util. 641-0769. (1/28/pd/18).
FURNISHED
VACATION
HOMES: available Nov 20-May 31
or month to month, no pets, no
smoking, please call 970-6411663 (1/21/18).
DO YOU NEED ACREAGE (UP
TO 40)? Just north of town and
300’ off valley floor, unlimited
water supply, forever views. 2099075, 641-4177. (1/21/23).
FOR SALE: Hidden Treasure mining claim on Cumberland pass. 5+
acres with great views. Asking
$4000. Please call 944-2495.
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).
HOME OWNERS in Gunnison City
limits. If you are getting more
than 1 Shopper at your home, or
none at all, please call & let us
know your address. Do you know
of a vacant house that needs
delivery stopped? Please, let us
know. We need your help keeping
our service as trouble-free as possible. Thanks! 641-3148. (1/21).
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath
apartment. Small complex. No
pets, no smoking. DW, off-street
parking,
separate
storage.
$675/month.
641-2279.
(1/21/21).
(1/21/35)
FOR RENT: nice 3 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath townhome with garage
in Gunnison at Golf Course.
$1125/month. 386-747-8203.
(1/28/pd/19).
HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR LATELY? To make sure the
detector is working properly, test
it frequently. Fresh batteries and
regular testing are required for
safety. Detectors older than 10
years need replacing. This is the
same for smoke alarms. Any
building that has solid fuel burning
appliances and/or attached
garages need carbon monoxide
detectors. Be smart. Be safe!
Brought to you by the City of
Gunnison Building Office. (1/21).
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Apartments For Rent
HUGE HOUSE FOR RENT!
Cranor Hill area 3 bed, 2 lvl, backyard, VIEWS $850/month. 720244-4634 (1/28/pd/16).
Palisades Apartments
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house,
970-596-0848. (1/21/6).
Apply in person at
600 North Colorado
Gunnison, CO
HUD Section 8 Apartments
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. (1/21).
commercial
realestate
SMALL RETAIL SPACE ON
MAIN
STREET: 596-0848.
(1/21/7).
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. (1/21/33).
FINAL AD DEADLINE: the final
ad submission deadline, for all
ads, is 2pm, Tuesday. All payments, including free ad late fees
are also due at that time. Thank
you for your cooperation. The
Gunnison Country Shopper 6413148, [email protected] (1/21).
Main home with 4 rental units
at 107 N. Teller for $375,000.
Close to campus, additional
adjacent acreage available to
expand, excellent rental history,
well cared for.
MOBILE HOME &
LOT FOR SALE
just east of Blue
Mesa at 3 Phyllis
Ln for $55,000.
Includes
appliances,
woodburning stove, 2 bdrm/1 bath, large
yard, 2 sheds, 60sf deck. Great starter
or vacation home.
PRICE REDUCED to $185,500 on this
IN-TOWN HOME ON LARGE LOT at 901 N.
immaculate 3 bdrm/2 bath ranch style
Spruce for $299,000. Includes active
solar system, appliances, lg basement,
home on 1+ acre at 826 Antelope Rd.
energy efficient features, 2340 finished
Features include, large yard & deck
square feet, attached 2 car garage.
bordering open space, 720sf garage,
***
trees, yard, & appliances.
LOOKS LIKE A HOME, but it’s actually a
***
RESTORED LOG HOME on .75 acre in
free-standing condo. 2171sf LaVeta
Ohio City at 8639 CR 76. Includes newer,
Townhome at 604 W. Gunnison for just
1200sf garage/shop building, trees, claw
$199,000. You’ll enjoy the underground
foot tub, lg storage shed, RV parking, &
sprinkler system, fenced yard, attached
easy access to public lands; $230,000
garage, patio, gas log fireplace, & extra
***
wide hallways.
WELL CARED FOR Dos Rios home at 952
***
Fairway Ln. Amenities include 4 lg bdrms,
WAREHOUSE close to the airport features
hardwood floors, 2 car garage, trees, .35
nearly 7,000sf, 8 lg overhead doors, high
acre lot, huge south facing windows for
ceilings, office, restrooms, kitchenette, &
passive solar, office, tile bathrooms with
storage; 905 W. Evans; $399,000. Call
double sinks, & gas log fireplace; $370,000
Cathie for details.
***
***
BUY OF THE WEEK: Four bdrm/3 bath
STAR
MTN
RANCH homesite in gated
home on .51 acre bordering open space
community with top notch views;
for $340,000. Includes 2458sf Dos Rios
$199,000; Call Cathie for details.
home, trees, gardens, metal roof, 2 car
***
garage, off street parking. Lg fenced yard,
10+ INDUSTRIAL ZONED LOTS by the
& an easy cart ride to the golf course!
airport
for
$209,000.
Owner financing
521 Fairway Ln.
available.
***
***
PREMIER HOME on Cochetopa Creek at
LAND BUY OF THE WEEK: Fox Meadows
4066 Hwy 114 for $997,500. Includes 40
3.9 acre building site. Great for the horse
acres, water rights, attached garage,
lover; $69,000
borders BLM land, multiple shop
***
buildings, quality construction, 2 car
attached garage, 3867sf, & 4 bdrm/3 bath. 2 COMMERCIALLY ZONED & fenced lots
just off Hwy 50 in the 100 Block of
***
S. 11th for $110,000.
BACK NINE GOLF COURSE building site
with house plans & owner financing for
$99,000; 1099 Fairway Ln
TODAY Realty
Affordable Housing
970-641-5429
of Gunnison, Inc.
www.todayrealtyinc.net
2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. Rent based on income
& assets. Example: Gross annal household
income $12,000, your rent would be
approximately $281 per month.
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!
Equal Opportunity Housing
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!
RESTAURANT, PUB OR COMMERCIAL
POSSIBILITIES
BUILDING FOR SALE OR
LEASE: 3400sf, ADA bathrooms,
parking, landscaping, restaurant
infrastructure. Located on N. Main
St. in Gunnison. 970-596-9999
BUILDING FOR RENT: 9000
sq.ft. Newer, nice retail space.
Call 970-275-8146 for details.
(1/21/25).
(1/21/13).
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600 W. Tomichi Ave.
Gunnison, CO 81230
970-641-0077
or After hours 970-209-0077
MOTIVATED
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!
SHOP SPACE FOR LEASE:
Signal Peak Industrial Park, 2
units at 1000 sq.ft. Can be combined. 970-988-9795. (1/21/17).
143 W. Cottonwood Road
Located on the
Gunnison River & on
the Island between the
Front 9 & Back 9 of the
Dos Rios Golf Course.
This 4 Bed, 3.5 Bath
home has quality features throughout. $835,000
Call Erich
GUNNISON COUNTY LAND
USE RESOLUTION ONLINE:
Building Permit and ISDS Permit
information; Copies of regulations
and forms; Notices of meetings,
public hearings Gunnison County
Planning Department is online:
www.gunnisoncounty.org/dept/pl
an. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
5 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!
MOVE IN READY
4 bdrm/2 bath
home on nearly
20 acres at
31583 Hwy 149
for $250,000.
Borders BLM land
& includes large 2 car detached garage
with workshop. Just 3/8 mile from Iola
boat dock.
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. (1/21/40).
(1/21/pd/19).
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
BUY OF THE WEEK
POST OFFICE WINDOW HOURS
Monday-Friday are 7:30am until
5:15pm. Saturday 9am until
Noon. Sunday Closed. Effective
April 14, 2008, Passport hours
are by appointment. (1/21).
110 Evelyn Lane
Comm uni ty B roke rs
Serving Gunnison & Crested Butte
131 North Main, Gunnison, CO 81230
Call Now! (970)641-1188
1466 Sioux Road
This 3 Bed, 3 Bath home Beautiful 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath,
has a nice open floor plan partially furnished log
offering an opportunity to
home in the gated
entertain or simply enjoy. community of Wilderness
Great views! Many recent
Streams. This home
upgrades, new
overlooks a lake and is
sprinkler system, large
just a “hop, skip and a
garage/shop.
jump” to the National
$249,750 Call Jay
Forest. $799,000 Call Tom
Good Return on Investment. Six individual Condominium units in the strip shopping center adjacent to City Market. $1,295,000 Call Erich
13.3 Acres-Quartz Creek area, located in the heart of hunting, fishing & hiking. A great place to enjoy the Rocky Mountains. $49,900 Call Tom
8 Acre Mining Claim in the gorgeous White Pine area surrounded by world class hunting and fishing. Borders Public Lands. $30,000 Call Joey
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 21, 2015
RED MUTINY II HELMET WITH
INTEGRATED HEADPHONES!
The liner and the headphones are
brand new. The helmet itself has
few scratches from normal use.
Size: L - $40. 508-246-8686.
(1/21).
FOR SALE: Dayton commercial
infrared propane fired hop heat,
used for 5 minutes, almost new,
$1225. 275-3188. (1/21).
EARLY CHILDHOOD ORAL
HEALTH IS IMPORTANT, make
regular checkups a priority.
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council. eccgh.org.
Public Health 641-0209. (1/21).
PRECISION AUTOMOTIVE, celebrating 30 years in business.
Servicing all makes & models.
Call 641-4040 for an appointment. (1/21/16).
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. (1/21).
FOR SALE: Salewa 10-pt. crampons, lightweight & adjustable,
$30. 349-5190. (1/21).
GUNNISON FRIENDS OF THE
LIBRARY PRESENTS: I Scream
for
the
Gunnison
Library
Fundraiser. Enjoy Sundaes on
Saturday. Jan. 31, 1-4pm at the
Gunnison Public Library. Fun
Events for Kids. $5 minimum
donation for everyone. Tickets on
sale at the library. (1/28).
CRIME DOESN’T PAY, but
Crimestoppers does. 641-8280.
(1/21).
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! (1/21).
WOVEN WICKER STAIR STEP
BASKET: Fits a standard 8 inch
step. Honey colored with handles. Opening at top is 18 1/2
inches by 12 1/2 inches. In
excellent condition. Retails for
$30, yours for $13. 349-6611.
(1/28).
BOOKCASE: solid oak, three
shelves, double doors at bottom,
very heavy, 7’6” H x 32” W. $100.
970-275-5064 (1/21).
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
(1/21).
ALL HELMETS
ON SALE
ALL THE TIME!
Only at
Sun Sports Unlimited
West Hwy. 50
Gunnison
970-641-0883
(1/21/17)
IF YOU ACCIDENTALLY DIAL 91-1, STAY ON THE PHONE until
the dispatcher tells you to hang
up. (1/21).
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
near
Gunnison,
Colorado. Call KV 970-376-1971.
(1/28).
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, 970-641-0209. (1/21).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
ANTLERS
WANTED TO BUY
Deer, Elk, Moose.
All Kinds
Shed or Racks.
White or Brown.
Traders Rendezvous
Gunnison
641-5077 or 641-6999
(1/21/21)
IF YOU ARE A GIRL OR
WOMAN under size 8, have I got
free clothes for you! I have tons of
size 6. Please call 641-0171,
Gunnison Clothing Project to see
what I have available! (1/21).
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. (1/21).
STORAGE FOR RENT: Private,
secure, Ohio Creek location.
5X10 $30/mo. 8X10 $40/mo.
641-2433. (1/28/15).
FOR SALE: Kumbo radial tires,
Solus HP4 plus, 135/65R14
M&S, 3 @ $25 OBO. Call Bob
970-901-7277. (1/21).
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE DINING
SET! ONLY $300 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! (1/21).
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. (1/21).
SUPER SPECIAL
SAVINGS!
Check Out Our
SALES RACK
up to 60% OFF
Basics for Men
100 North Main
642-4223
CAMPING GAZ fuel canisters
for a Camping Gaz Bluet Stove.
Size/model: CV 206 super. $5
each. 349-6611. (1/28).
CIRCLE PRO workout machine,
$40. 275-8183. (1/21).
970-765-6032
(1/28/pd/7)
(1/21)
AUTO DETAILING
by ROLANDO
Wash, Wax, Carpet Cleaning,
Interior Steam Cleaning
Call John Roberts
Motor Works
for an appointment
970-641-0920
COLD CASH SNOWFLAKE
DASH: New for the Kenny Mac
Ski Fest. You don’t have to be
fast, clever, or a twin, you just
have to collect the most hidden
snowflakes to secure a win! Must
pre-register by January 29th
online at gunnisonnordic.com
(1/21/20)
DESK with medium stained top,
antique white sides 29-1/2’ x 65”,
very good condition. $50. 3499364. (1/21).
BRAND NEW ELM HAT: Model Fischer; Color - Aqua; One size $8. 508-246-8686. (1/21).
TRACTOR TIRE CHAINS FOR
SALE: fit 18.4x24” tires, $100
OBO. Call Bob 970-349-5159,
970-901-7277. (1/21).
HONK FOR PEACE: We will
stand every Friday at noon for 15
minutes until our soldiers come
home, Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (1/21).
REMINGTON 12 GA SHOTGUN: fired 10 times or less.
$160. Offers accepted. Call Abby
507-581-4003 (1/21).
GOOD Couches Wanted
at the Boom-a-Rang
$$$$$ or CONSIGN
WE HAVE SOLD
All of our COUCHES
and NEED MORE.
CAN PAY CASH AND PICKUP.
Send photos:
[email protected]
970-209-6046
Need DRESSERS TOO!
(1/28/31)
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. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
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
(1/21/29)
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 (1/21).
FOR SALE: Grizzly 1 1/2hp dust
collector, 110, 2 yrs. old, $250.
641-6999, 641-5077. (1/21).
TWO PYRANHA KAYAKS: $150
ea. 765-1465. (1/21).
FREE: 4 drawer file cabinet. It is
yours if you come haul it away!
Please call 641-2712 to come
and pick it up. (1/21).
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 (1/21).
THE
ANIMAL
WELFARE
LEAGUE NEEDS RESPONSIBLE VOLUNTEERS immediately
to foster adoptable pets and act
as caretakers for homeless cats.
Call 641-1173. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
FOR SALE: Knapheide utility box,
currently mounted on a 2009
Ford F450 chassis, Model
6108D54J. Like new and very
clean. $5000 OBO. 970-9012268 (1/21).
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]
FOR SALE: Large computer desk
$75; green striped living room
chair $30; outhouse themed
shower curtain with hooks $20;
infrared electric grill $75. Call or
text for a picture, 970-275-1013.
(1/21).
(1/28).
BARNWOOD 4 SALE
Largest Inventory in Colorado
2X Rough Sawn Doug Fir
1X Barn Siding
Hand Hewn Barn Beams.
Rough Sawn Timbers.
3x8 - 18x18
970-596-2407
barnwoodamsalvage.com
16’
JACKS
PLASTIC
CATARAFT: Includes custom aluminum frame with decking;
cataract oars with counterweight;
150qt cooler, new large dry box,
straps; and huge paco pad.
$2500. Chris 303-907-2437
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FREE! AND WE
ARE MORE THAN GLAD TO
PRINT THEM... [email protected],
www.gunnisonshopper.com,
970-6413148. (1/21).
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.
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
EDDIE BAUER COMFORT 65
infant car seat, 3 years old, clean,
and in great condition. $50 Call
303-656-7859 (1/21).
NEVERSUMMER
SL
161
SNOWBOARD: Traditional camber. Good condition. $250. 970275-6471. (1/28).
BICYCLE LAWS: When you’re
riding a bike you are NOT a
pedestrian! For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department at 641-8200. (1/21).
WANTED: LEGOS, 596-8954.
(1/28).
FOR SALE: Scarpa Skookum AT
ski boots, 27.5, heat moldable liners, $50. 349-5190. (1/21).
FOR SALE: wood headboard,
64”Wx48”H, cast decorative
flower insert, 61” mattress, $25
OBO. Call Bob 970-901-7277.
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
ANON GOGGLES: with extra
lens for sunny days haven’t used
it in a while - $20. 508-246-8686.
(1/21).
WANTED: used Teeter Hangup,
596-2982 (1/21).
(1/28).
YARD MACHINES 10HP/24”
SNOWBLOWER FOR SALE: with
electric start. Works great. Good
condition. Nice residential snow
blower with 10hp Tecumseh
engine. $300. 970-275-6471. in
Crested Butte. (1/21).
(1/21/26)
FOR SALE: Yakima car top bike
racks with cross round bars and
locks, $50 OBO. Call Bob 970901-7277. (1/21).
(1/28/19)
Like Us On Facebook Gunnison Country
Food Pantry
$200 Split & Delivered
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 (1/21).
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(1/21).
GUNS - GUNS - GUNS
Gunnison Mountain Pawn
641-6007
(1/28/7)
BIG AGAVE PLANT in a nice clay
pot. large, hearty plant. $20; 2
big clay pots with nice designs.
$5 each. 349-1321 (1/21).
BACON, YES, BACON! Ski the
Kenny Mac and enjoy bacon at
the aid station. Yum! Saturday,
January 31. Details at gunnisonnordic.com (1/28).
LOOKING TO BUY: professional
Nikon or Canon camera, any
model that takes very professional pictures and good quality (no
rinky-dinky one). A little cheaper
than usual prices? Call 970-9016800 (1/28).
TIRES FOR SALE: General Tire
Grabber 265/75-15; BFG Baja
Champ 33x10.5-15; both never
driven on. 209-0142. (1/21).
FOR SALE: walnut coffee table
w/glass top, $225, 275-4852.
(1/21).
FOR SALE: G3 Targa Telemark
bindings. With leashes. Cheap
deal at $25. 349-5190. (1/21).
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
91 1
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
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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
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. (1/21).
WANTED: to borrow, rent and
possibly buy a rice polisher. Call
Paul at 970-901-2418 (1/28).
WANTED TO BUY: old diesel
truck. Any condition. 970-9017369. (1/21).
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
(1/21).
LADDER RACK & TOOL BOX:
heavy duty lumber/ladder rack,
and a diamond plate truck tool
box. $400 OBO/trade? Please
call Kirk 970-596-2666. (1/21).
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.
(1/21).
SCHWINN AIRDYNE exercise
bike, new $1400, asking $350.
970-275-8012. (1/21).
WANTED:
Arrows for archery
wanted. 28.5”-29”. Do you have
lots of arrows you no longer
need? Maybe I could buy them all
from you. Give a call 970-6423733. (1/28).
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. (1/21).
SPECIAL BLEND JACKET: in
very good condition. It’s a two-layered jacket - has a detachable
liner, which could be worn by
itself. Extremely warm! Rated for
15K, Size: M - $45. 508-2468686. (1/21).
TRUCK TOPPER for long bed
(8ft). Black. No leaks, sliding windows, NO LOCK. $150 OBO. 970901-7648 (1/21).
HPV IS THE MAIN CAUSE OF
CERVICAL CANCER: HPV is a
very common virus, passed from
one person to another during sex.
Most people get it, but it usually
goes away on its own. If HPV
doesn’t go away, it can cause
cancer. January is Cervical
Cancer Month. For more information, www.cdc.gov/cancer/cervical or call Gunnison Public Health
641-0209. (1/28).
FOR SALE: K2 Coomba skis w/
Fritschi Freeride AT binding 174
cm, $175. 349-5190. (1/21).
9-1-1 IS FOR EMERGENCIES
ONLY. Dial 641-8000 for nonemergent situations. (1/21).
6-7 PERSON HOT TUB: Vita
Spa, 6 yrs. old, new $9000, hardly used, sell $3050 OBO. 2754852 (1/21).
DO YOU HAVE UNUSED BASEMENT OR SHOP SPACE that
you’d like to see utilized? Western
student graduating in May is planing to start an Oyster mushroom
farm as a semester long project.
Some rent/harvest share offered.
Call Drew at 636-357-7282.
Thanks (1/28).
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) (1/21).
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)
JACK OF ALL TRADES
COMPLETE HANDYMAN,
REPAIR
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
AND
MAINTENANCE SERVICES
SCOTT LEFEVRE
[email protected]
970-349-5161
970-901-6648 cell
(1/21/19)
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 (1/21).
FOR SALE: 2-place snowmobile
trailer, great cond., working
lights. $600. 970-275-8448.
(1/21).
CLASSIC, STURDY, ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING TABLE with
tilt mechanism. $450 obo. 2754852 (1/21).
GATEWAY ERGONOMIC KEYBOARD FOR SALE: $10. 3491321 (1/21).
FORD PICKUP BED TRAILER:
good wood hauler, $300. 6416908. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
FOR SALE: wood casement window WC 4457-2. Insulated with
storms, $150 OBO. Bob 970901-7277. (1/21).
YORKVILLE 100W MIXER
AMP: $125. 970-417-0109.
(1/28).
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. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
CZ-83 PISTOL 380 ACP FOR
SALE: Very good condition,
made in Czechoslovakia, $350.
970-368-0905 (1/28).
WANTED: Dynafit bindings, new
or used, with or without brakes.
349-5190. (1/21).
LEGOS: Variety bags of 100
assorted pieces ($6.95), 200
assorted pieces ($13.95) and
500 assorted pieces ($34.95).
Used - in great condition, washed
and sorted. 349-6611. (1/28).
SI UD TIENE UNA EMERGENCIA marque 9-1-1. Si no habla
inglés encontraremos un interprete, manténgase en la línea.
(1/21).
Wyman Woodworks
Coasters and rounds
Now available all year.
970-275-9634,
visit wymanwoodworks.com,
or etsy.com-woodworkswyman
(1/28/pd/14)
SNOW BLOWER: John Deer
13HP. Bigger size. Heated grips.
$550. 970-209-5822 (1/28).
WANTED: marble run (plastic or
wood) 596-8954 (1/21).
SHOPPER SPECIALS! Want to
find out about our advertising
specials? Go to our website at
www.gunnisonshopper.com for
all the details! (1/21).
SERVICE CALLS for television
signals provided by the Gunnison
County Metropolitan Recreation
District are taken at 641-9148.
(1/21).
Hope you are enjoying our
Free CitiWide WiFi.
Call us today If you’d
like to continue your service
after the introductory offer
ends on 2/1/15.
970-642-1100
(1/21/26)
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. (1/21).
2013
BLACK
DIAMOND
MEGAWATT 188: mounted only
one time. Still in like new condition. $200. Chris 303-907-2437
(1/21).
FOR SALE: 33x12.50 R15 rims
& tires, 970-275-8300. (1/21).
DANSKO LOLITA SANDALS:
Size 39, color veg-tan, only worn
twice. Retail for $110, yours for
$40. 349-6611. (1/28).
IT IS NOT TOO LATE GET
YOUR QUICKBOOKS® FILE IN
TIP-TOP 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. (1/28/43).
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 (1/21).
DINING ROOM TABLE: with 4
chairs and extra leaf, in good
shape. In Gunnison, $225. Katie
802-558-3815. (1/28).
FOR SALE: snow blower tire
chains, $10. 349-5190. (1/21).
USED CRIB in excellent condition. Clean and sturdy. Asking
$75 or best offer. Willing to send
photos for your reference. Call
970-275-4423 (1/28).
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. (1/21).
FOR SALE: Two rollaway beds
with frames, mattresses, and
storing covers. $30 each or both
for $50 713-344-3677 (1/28).
FINE ART: watercolor framed
prints by Melissa Harris; Lydia
Mauer; D4NO’s Bill Johnson;
some unframed prints available;
Andy Schyndle, framed. 2090142. (1/21).
AAA
APPROVED
AUTO
REPAIR: Request an appointment
online at precisionauto.net.
(1/21/10).
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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. M a r k et s . 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 t Ope 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 21
• 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
• Western State Colorado University Blood Drive,
8:30am-3pm. Donations inside the Western
Lower/Practice Gym. Appointments: Suzy
Coykendall 943-2645 or visit bonfils.org.
• 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.
• January's community dinner at Good Samaritan
Episcopal Church is at 6pm in Babb Hall. All are
invited - a free will offering is taken to help
offset the cost of the food.
• The American Legion is located at 501 E. Virginia
Ave. and meets every 3rd Wednesday of the
month at 6pm. Claire Veech 209-6042, Ed Evans
596-7883, or Larry Dolezal 641-0172
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8 pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th. $10 registration fee. Bring
your children. CAFE 970- 641-7684.
• 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.
• Alanon/Alateen Crested Butte, 7:30pm
Wednesdays, The UCC Church Parlor, 403 Maroon
Ave. alanon.org
Thursday, January 22
• 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.
• Western's Art Department is proud to present an
exhibit by Connie Richards Aigner.
Convocation/Lecture at 12:30pm, Quigley
Recital Hall and Gallery.
• Western Pilates at The Sanctuary (513 S. Main
St., Gunnison), www.westernpilates.net. 5pm.
• The Confidential Advocacy Center (CAC) is
offering peer support groups to women affected
by domestic violence, first & third Thursday, 67pm. 641-2712.
• Inmigrantes Unidos De Gunnison, WSCU &
Hispanic Affairs Project would like to invite you
to a presentation by Dr. Ernesto Sagas about
“Latinos in the Western Slopes: From Local
Perspectives to Global Trends” on Jan 22, 2015 at
6:00p.m. in South Ballroom @ WSCU University
Center. For more information call 970-209-1807.
• Canvas & Cocktails at the Gunnison Arts Center,
6-9pm. $35 and includes supplies, two drinks,
inspiration and fun! 641-4029,
www.gunnisonartscenter.org, 102 S. Main St.
• 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
Friday, January 23
• 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. 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
• You're invited to the Inaugural KBUT Snow Ball!
Please join us at 6pm at Elk Avenue Prime for an
evening of fine dining, live music, and dancing.
www.kbut.org
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Speaker, 7pm, 114
N. Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Saturday, January 24
• 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 #5 - 10k/20k
Skate. www.cbnordic.org
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Women’s, 9:30am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.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
• Inmigrantes Unidos De Gunnison & Gunnison
Public Land Initiative would like to invite you to
snowshoe outing; meet at noon at the parking lot
in front of the Multicultural Office. 970-2091807, 970-390-6689.
• Fiesta Night! Follow-up Salsa Dancing Instruction
by Joseph Guadian, 6pm. 810 N 11th St (across
from Gunnison Community Schools). ALL
COMMUNITY INVITED.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org.
Sunday, January 25
• 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.
• Gunnison Congregational Church UCC Book
Forum, The Battle for God" by Karen Armstrong,
4pm in Babb Hall at Good Samaritan Episcopal
Church, 307 W. Virginia.
• 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 26
• 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.
• Brainstrong meets on the last Monday of every
month from 12-1pm in the conference room at
Gunnison Valley Health Hospital (next to
Audiology). Bring your lunch! 970-275-9545.
• Every Monday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8 pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th. $10 registration fee. Bring
your children. CAFE 970- 641-7684.
• Batik: The Art Of Using Wax Resist & Dyes On
Fabric & Paper. At the Gunnison Arts Center With
Gail Sovick. Jan. 26-March 9, Mondays, 6-9pm.
641-4029, www.gunnisonartscenter.org, 102
South Main Street.
• Adult Education classes, 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 27
• 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, 8:30am at the Family
Services Center, 225 N. Pine. All are welcome!
Call the Center for Adult Education, Ellen 970641-7999, 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.
• Celebrate Recovery Meetings, Tuesday, 6pm, Oh
Be Joyful Church, Crested Butte. 970-596-3846
or go to www.ohbejoyfulchurch.org.
• 17th Annual Marble Mania marbles tournament,
lobby of the GCS at 6pm. Last day to sign up is
Friday, January 23rd. Jerry Piquette, 641-0944,
[email protected]
• 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 28
• 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
• Mothering Support Group, last Thursday of every
month, 10am, Oh Be Joyful Church, Crested
Butte. Julie [email protected], 275-5088
• 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.
• Alanon/Alateen Crested Butte, 7:30pm
Wednesdays, The UCC Church Parlor, 403 Maroon
Ave. alanon.org
Thursday, January 29
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9am Hour of Power w/
Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia. 513 S. Main St.,
Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• ‘City Council 101” Workshop for potential City
Council Candidates in the May, 12, 2015 City
Election. 12 Noon in the City Council Chambers
of City Hall. Lunch will be served. RSVP 6418140.
• 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
Friday, January 30
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Sunrise Yin
w/Delaney, 5:30pm Aerial w/Kate. 513 South
Main St., Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Sergeant Ken Weichert, of START Fitness is
coming to Gunnison! Boot Camp Weekend!
Colorado Fitness, 641-3375
• 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 12:1012:50pm, 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 31
• 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
• Free Snowshoe Walk with a Ranger, Black Canyon
of the Gunnison National Park. Saturday
snowshoe outings begin at 10am. 970-249-1941
ext. 223. www.nps.gov/blca
• Kenny Mac Ski Fest - Nordic Ski Races and Cold
Cash Snowflake Dash, Saturday morning,
Hartman Rocks. www.gunnisonnordic.org
• Cold Cash Snowflake Dash, Saturday morning,
Hartman Rocks, register at
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
• I Scream for the Gunnison Library Fundraiser.
Enjoy Sundaes from 1-4pm at the Gunnison
Public Library. $5 minimum donation. Tickets on
sale at the library. 641-3485
www.gunnisoncountylibraries.org
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Sunday, February 1
• 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.
• 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, February 2
• 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.
• Boomers & Beyond Happy Hour at Mario's
Restaurant, from 4-6pm to Celebrate Ground Hog
Day!
• Mothering Support Group meets the first Monday
of every month in Gunnison at 5pm at the former
Foundation House. Julie, [email protected], 970-275-5088.
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8 pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th. $10 registration fee. Bring
your children. CAFE 970- 641-7684.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Traditions, Mondays,
7pm, 114 N Wisconsin, Gunnison,
aawesterncolorado.org
Tuesday, February 3
• 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 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.
• 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
Saturday, January 31st Hartman Rocks Recreation Area
T he Deadline for THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR is MONDAY at 10:00 a.m.
email [email protected] .com
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RHODES
UPHOLSTERY
ALLEN BIKE RACK with receiver
hutch, $60, 275-8183. (1/21).
FOR SALE: Leatherman MultiTool, $15, 349-5190. (1/21).
SELLING MY KAYAKS: 2011
Pyranha Burn Large, 2011
Pyranha Molan medium, 2004
Jackson SuperStar. Only have
cosmetic damage for the most
part. I’m trying to get money
together to move to Uganda for
training by a pro. Thanks 970901-7859. (1/21).
NEVERSUMMER
LEGACY
SNOWBOARD: 163, brand new
2014 with small dent in edge by
nose from being dropped. No
bindings. $400. 970-275-6471.
(1/28).
CHILD’S WOODEN WORK
BENCH: Red, blue and yellow
high quality wooden workbench
with vice and storage shelves.
Made by KidKraft. In great shape.
$35. 349-6611. (1/28).
WICKER BLINDS FOR SALE:
26” wide 47” long. Ten total,
darker redwood color. Call Liz
497-0787 (1/21).
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 (1/21).
COAL
Excellent
Lump and Oiled Stoker
$115/ton
Nut also available.
Best In Years.
Paonia
970-527-4434
LOCAL
CHURCHES
(2/25/pd/16)
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
S u n d a y Wo r s h i p 1 0 a m
w w w. r i v e r o f l i f e g u n n i s o n . o r g
TRIN ITY B APTIST CHURCH
5 2 3 N o r t h P i n e • 6 4 1 - 1 8 1 3 S e n i o r P a s t o r M i c h a e l M c Ve y
S u n d a y W o r s h i p : 8 a m Tr a d i t i o n a l , 1 0 : 3 0 a m B l e n d e d
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
PADRES, por favor eduquen a
sus hijos como y cuando usar correctamente el 9-1-1. (1/21).
SUPER SPECIAL
SAVINGS!
Check Out Our
SALES RACK
up to 60% OFF
Basics for Men
100 North Main
642-4223
(1/28/19)
THESE ARE NOT ROCK SKIS!
ONLY $200 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!
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
FOR SALE: Dynafit bindings
w/guide leash, new in package.
349-5190 (1/28).
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.
(1/21).
FOR SALE: queen Room
Essentials comforter 3-piece set,
2 available, $30, 303-656-7859
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
FOR SALE: 2007 Easton tandem
dual flatbed trailer, $7800 OBO.
970-275-8448. (1/21).
6FT LEER BED SHELL: grey.
$600 OBO. 815-274-6067.
BRAND NEW un-opened pink
Otter Box for iPhone 6. Asking for
$40. Please call 973-202-4620.
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! (1/21).
(1/21).
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. (1/21).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Hard & Soft Woods
970-424-2936
(1/21/7)
WANTED: Lake City HIGH
BRIDGE timbers, from demolition
of RULAND JR HIGH! Give them
new life, pay top dollar! 970-2759634. (1/28).
(1/21/14)
2012 HUSQVARNA 12527HV
SNOWBLOWER: 291cc w/electric start. Manuals & extra key.
Like new. $850. 275-3188.
GIRLS SIZE 5/6 WINTER
CLOTHING: brand names, ski
clothing, back pack, lunch boxes,
lots of great stuff. 970-2097921. (1/28).
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR:
24” wide, 57” tall, 28” deep; cold.
209-0142. (1/21).
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). (1/21).
SHED STORAGE FOR RENT:
Ideal for vehicles, trailers,
campers, boats, etc. Open,
south facing shed. $45/mo.
641-2433 (1/28/18).
MEN’S SNOWBOARDS and one
set bindings. 155 and 154cm.
Call/text 703-943-9211. (1/28).
(1/21/26)
ROCK
COLLECTION
FOR
SALE: includes dinosaur bones,
petrified wood, call for more info.
275-4852 (1/21).
henrystv.com
SERVING GUNNISON AREA SINCE 1961
1 1/2 miles North of Gunnison on Highway 135
CASH TO LOAN
on Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
Traders Rendezvous
516 West Tomichi, Gunnison
641-5077
Hope you are enjoying our
Free CitiWide WiFi.
Call us today If you’d
like to continue your service
after the introductory offer
ends on 2/1/15.
970-642-1100
FOR SALE: 800-900ft. of 3/8”
cable for sale, call for details,
275-4852. (1/21).
641-1453
641-0656
HOW DO YOU SPELL RELIEF?
Kenny Mac Ski Fest at Hartman
Rocks! Wax, Glide, Ski with us on
January 31. Pre-register and
save
money
at
gunnisonnordic.com (1/28).
HENRY’S RADIO & TV
Sales, Service and Installation
TVs, Stereos, Satellite Systems
All Tosh ib a L ED TVs
10 % OFF
Free Pickup and
Delivery
Free Estimates
Furniture, Auto & Marine
JANUARY IS CERVICAL CANCER MONTH: Screening tests
can find abnormal cells so they
can be treated before they turn
into cancer. The PAP test looks
for changes in cells on the cervix
haty could turn into cancer if left
untreated.
The
Human
Papillomavirus (HPV) test looks
for the virus that causes these
cell changes. The only cancer the
PAP test screens for is cervical.
For
more
information,
www.cdc.gov/cancer/cervical or
call Gunnison Public Health 6410209. (1/28).
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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. (1/21).
FREE: full size mattress & box
spring. 512-826-84-8. (1/21).
PROFESSIONAL DETAILING:
Carpet, upholstery shampoo,
buff, wax, complete interior and
exterior.
Call Precision
Automotive for a appointment.
641-4040, precisionauto.net
(1/21/19).
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. 6419518. (1/21).
(1/21).
2014 MACBOOK PRO 15 inch
retina display in great condition,
$1500 OBO. 580-571-4168.
(1/28).
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. (1/21).
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS will
meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of
every month at Parish Hall. (1/21).
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. (1/21).
NEVERSUMMER LEGACY 161
SNOWBOARD: Excellent condition. Rocker/camber. No bindings. $300. 970-275-6471.
(1/21).
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 (1/21).
THE JOB HOTLINE
109 East Georgia
Gunnison
970-641-0031
EXECUTIVE CHEF II
Opportunity for an Executive Chef II to oversee the culinary
program at the University. This position will oversee all culinary
operations for the University that has a student population of
over 2200 and over 800 students on meal plans. This position
will support the resident dining hall, and provide oversight
assistance to the catering and retail departments. Strong
sustainability knowledge with the ability to lead and direct a team
of 35 front line employees is a must. CO#6041939
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
Under the direction of the IS Director, this position will be
responsible for the implementation and maintenance of
hardware. This position will be responsible for computer
connectivity to the business network as well as the connectivity
of other business hardware to the existing network. This position
is also responsible for building and maintaining active directory
rules and user groups for all sites. Report generation and
distribution will also be a responsibility of this position.
CO#6042147
CLEAN TEAM MANAGER
Oversees the overall appearance of the base area including
interior and exterior. These includes: all common areas within
the base area. Responsible for the hiring, termination and
disciplinary actions of clean team associates. Responsible for
purchasing all supplies and materials. Oversee the cleanliness of
the vehicle maintenance building: this includes both the upstairs
and downstairs restrooms and the common space on the upper
level. Perform all other related duties as assigned or requested.
CO#6035694
Are you an individual who was supported by another family member, but
that support is no longer available due to
divorce or the death or disability of the bread winner? You may qualify for
the federally funded WIA program which
offers a variety of services geared to help you find a job
offering a livable wage. CDLE is an EO Employer/auxiliary aids/services
available upon request.
For information on these or other jobs, call 641-0031.
$200 HARD CASH REWARD
REWARD for info leading to the
recovery of our 6 goats that were
stolen/rustled from the Rockin’ JC
Ranch on Oct 13th. No questions
asked. 641-5644. (1/21).
lost&found
PATSY CLINE IS MISSING:
Airedale/Shepherd mix gone from
Lost Canyon Sat., Jan. 17th.
Please call 641-0407, 275-5574.
(1/28).
FOUND: In WSCU pool parking
lot. Approx. 12/23/14, plastic
wheel well cover/mud flap. Looks
like it belongs to a larger vehicle.
970-641-3626. (1/21).
LOST: Garment bag, black plastic. At least 1 men’s western shirt
. Lost Jan. 12 approx. 8:30pm.
Rio Vista Rd. or west Hwy 50 from
twin bridges. Thank you, Ed 2096721 (1/28).
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS are at
the Gunnison Police Department.
To claim an item listed below
please contact a Neighborhood
Services Officer at 641-8242: 142246 Specialized mtn. bike; 150050 9 keys on two rings with silver cross; 15-0052 Gary Fisher
bike; 15-0059 Visa card owner
Rebecca Emnsen; 15-0059 Blue
cross blue shield card owner Ellen
Clark; 15-0059 Colorado qwest
card; 15-0105 drivers license
Cole Logsdon; 15-0110 Wells
Fargo customer debit card; 150110 Visa card Christina Ward;
15-0110 Visa card Carissa
Walmsley; 15-0110 Mastercard
Anna Williams; 15-0110 Visa card
Nicole Sul; 15-0110 Visa card
Matthew Stephens; 15-0110
Mastercard Bradley Robinson; 150110 Visa card Gerald Modjeski;
15-0110
Mastercard
Karly
Mechals; 15-0110 Visa card Ryan
Mcvay; 15-0110 Mastercard
Stephen Mcdonough; 15-0110
Mastercard Sean Mccune; 150110 Visa card Juan Lozada; 150110 Visa card Benjamin Kaylor;
15-0110 Visa card David Jelinek;
15-0110
Visa
card
John
Hordinski; 15-0110 Visa card
William Holabird; 15-0110 Visa
card Jeffrey Gaylord; 15-0110
Aetna card David Gann; 15-0110
Visa card Manuel Aragon; 150111 Colorado Quest card; 150112 Colorado ID card Ohana
Mataia (1/21).
FOUND: 1 pair of dragon goggles. Tell me where I found them.
641-2918. (1/28).
garagesales
YARD SALE: Sat., Jan 24, 9amnoon, 310 W. Georgia. Collectible
china, bedroom furniture, desk,
chairs, sleeper sofa, FREE oven.
(1/21).
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, please leave message if not there. Entertainment
center, TVs, tools, hunting equip.,
Christmas, 3 bedroom sets, a
truck, too! (1/21).
employment
WANTED: experienced roof
shovers. No slackers and no illegals. Must have shovel, harness,
and rope. 970-209-8925. (1/21).
AUTOMOTIVE DETAILER: Parttime with possibility of full-time.
Must be extremely detail oriented
and have a desire to perform quality work. Other duties to include
shop clean-up. Call 970-596-9999
for interview (1/28).
gunnison country shopper, january 21, 2015
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL
DISTRICT:
Night
Custodian - CBCS. Position is full
time with benefits. Please contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/21).
BUDGET ANALYST: Western
State Colorado University has an
opening for a full time, fully beneB
fited Budget Analyst.
Salary is
a
$35,000. Responsibilities: The
position is responsible for supporting planning and managing of
the University’s budgets. The
position will provide budget analysis, management analysis, statistical analysis, economic research
and analysis and will develop and
coordinate budget information for
the annual budget from multiple
m
departments, divisions
and functions. The budget analyst must be
adept in complex excel spreada
sheets allowing them to develop
and present data in a way that is
easily communicated across all
divisions and to the Board of
Trustees as well as federal and
state reporting requirements.
The budget analyst will assist with
ad hoc financial projects, work
with the finance and institutional
research staff to develop financial
data dashboards and financial
reports for the Board of Trustees
and/or other relevant stakeholders, including ad hoc reports and
reconciliations to assist with the
year-end closing processes. The
position will also provide back up
for
accounting
functions.
Qualifications and Experience:
B.A. degree is required, preferably
in an area of business or accounting. Candidates must have three
years of budgeting experience,
strong skills in communication and
collaboration and high proficiency
in Excel, Word and PowerPoint or
other data management systems.
Five years of experience in budgeting for an organization of similar
size and complexity, as well as a
working knowledge of the Banner
software
is
preferred.
Application Procedure: Apply
online at www.western.edu/jobs
Required attachments to the
online application include: a letter
of application describing qualifications and abilities, a resume and
the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three current
references. Applications are due
by January 28, 2015. Western
State Colorado University is an
equal opportunity, affirmative
action employer. (1/21/pd/286).
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. (1/21).
MECHANIC/PUBLIC WORKS
MAINTENANCE WORKER: The
Town of Crested Butte is looking
for a Mechanic/Public Works
Maintenance
Worker.
Qualifications: high school diploma or equivalent. Journey-level
experience as a vehicle and equipment mechanic on CDL vehicles
with ASE Certifications preferred.
Must possess a valid Colorado
Commercial Driver’s License
(CDL) or obtain one within six (6)
months of employment. Ability to
operate a variety of equipment
such as, loaders, backhoes, and
dump trucks. Applicant must be
able to respond to the Public
Works Yard within one hour.
Position is full-time with benefits,
minimum pay $33,582 negotiable
depending on experience. Full job
description is available on the
Town’s
website
at
www.townofcrestedbutte.com.
Please submit application to Town
of Crested Butte, attn: Human
Resources, PO Box 39, Crested
Butte, CO 81224 or email
l o i s r @ c re s t e d b u t t e - c o . g o v.
Position is open until filled. The
Town of Crested Butte is an Equal
Opportunity
Employer.
(1/21/146).
HELP WANTED: someone to
work at Curves 5-7pm on Monday
or Wednesday. Contact Janet
Allen at 641-7372. (1/21).
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s h a d e s o f g ra y fe l i ne s
We have five adorable black kittens, a big,
happy, black male named Elvis, and two
beautiful gray females, Bella and Nastia, all
waiting for their
own special homes.
Call or visit soon!
B e t s y Fo l k e r t h , MSPT
970-641-2118
COLD LASER - MASSAGE
HERBAL REMEDIES & MORE
You may qualify for personalized
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT: District
Technology - IT Professional. This
position provides an outstanding
opportunity for an experienced,
motivated & self-directed individual that is interested in working
within a fast paced technological
work environment. Salary range
is $40,402-$42,034 depending
You
upon experience and education,
with benefits. Please contact:
CDLE is an EO Employer/auxiliary
Superintendent’s
Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (1/21).
RESPONSIBLE FEMALE College
Student
looking
for
babysitting/Nannying jobs. Is free
almost every evening and afternoons after 2 o’clock. Has own
vehicle, First Aid Certified, and
over 6 years of experience! $9$13/hr. Text/Call me at 970-5960736 (1/28).
ACCTNG/ADMIN
ASST.:
Permanent position 20-35 hrs per
week M-F. Min 2 yr QuickBooks,
computer, clerical, excellent organizational skills, detail accurate,
people person. Wages DOE, email
resume
w/references
[email protected] (1/28).
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 (1/21).
BLACKSTOCK BISTRO is hiring
for cook/dishwasher, part time.
Experience recommended. Apply
M-Sat 2-5pm or contact Luke 970641-4394 (1/21).
CBMR is now hiring for the position of HR Admin Assistant. This is
a full time year your position with
great benefits including health,
dental, and a free lift pass! Act as
the initial contact for the Human
Resources office and assist in distributing information between
applicants, employees, and managers. This position also provides
support services in order to professionally organize and assist in
operating the Human Resources
office. To view more on the position and to apply, please visit
www.skicb.com/jobs.
EOE.
(1/21/83).
LOOKING FOR A RESPONSIBLE TEENAGER to watch a 3
year old boy for 2 hours on
Thursday evening, approx. 3:45p5:45p. Must love Hot Wheels,
Legos, and Play-Doh. Pay neg.
Shannon 719-360-6866. (1/21).
GUNNISON VALLEY HEALTH
has the following openings, at the
HOSPITAL: 1 FT Computer
Technician,1 PRN Cook, 1 FT
Credentialing
&
Policy
Coordinator, 1 FT Hospitalist (MD),
1 FT Medical Technologist, 1 FT
Mammography/CT Tech, 1 FT
MRI/CT Tech, 1 PRN Admissions
Rep, 2 PRN Paramedics. At SENIOR CARE CENTER: 1 FT
Environmental
Services
Technician, 1 FT Staff Nurse (LPN
or RN). 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. (1/21/96).
See all of our adoptable
animals at gvawl.org,
gvawl.petfinder.com, or
on facebook.
S H E LT E R H O U R S
Wednesdays 5-7pm
Saturdays 10am-1pm
Sundays 10am-1pm
Or by appointment
All animals are current
on vaccinations and
spayed or neutered.
970.641.1173
I N FO @ GV AW L . O R G
SNOW SHOVELER WANTED:
Need to have a drivers license,
ability to work any time day or
night. Call us at 970-641-9663.
(1/28).
OFFICE COORDINATOR: The
Center for Mental Health has an
immediate opening for a full-time
Office Coordinator in the Gunnison
Outpatient office. Provides administrative support to facilitate the
operation of the out-patient office.
Two years previous office experience in a human service setting
desirable, with medical billing preferred.
Visit
www.centermh.org/careers for
complete job description, requirements and application. Salary
range: $24,000-28,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits. To apply
send cover letter, resume and
completed Center application to
[email protected] or fax to
970-252-3208. EOE (1/28/85).
9 8 B AS I N P A R K D R I V E
COMING SOON: Gunnison’s
hottest new breakfast spot
Looking for prep cooks, line
cooks, servers, and hostess
Please drop off resume to 730 N
Main. (1/28).
WESTERN STATE COLORADO
UNIVERSITY is hiring a Specia
Programs Coordinator. This is a
full-time, exempt position that wil
work primarily with the LEAD
Office to support student activi
ties and programming. Full posi
tion announcement and applica
tion instructions can be found at
www.western.edu/jobs. AA/EOE
(1/21).
CELLULAR SALES: Position
available for full/part time. Prior
cellular sales preferred but not
required. Will train right person
Good customer skills a must
Great pay, hourly commissions
Please
send
resume
to
[email protected]
(1/21).
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 (1/21).
EMPLOYMENT AT GUNNISON
COUNTY:
Administrative
Assistant III and Human Resources
Assistant. Both positions are parttime, $16.79/hour plus benefits.
For more information or to apply,
v
i
s
i
t
http://www.gunnisoncounty.org/h
r or 711 Rio Grande Avenue in
Gunnison (upstairs in the airport
terminal). (1/28).
NURSE AIDE TRAINING &
EMPLOYMENT at GVH Senior
Care Center. GVH’s Senior Care
Center is conducting Nurse Aide
training from February 25-March
13, then starts clinical shift training and employment. Students
must be available for the classes
Mon-Fri 2pm 9pm. Hiring for 4 FT,
and 4 PT positions. Education:
high school diploma or equivalent
and at least 17 years of age by
start of class. Experience: Must
enter our Nurse Aide Training program, then pass exam and obtain
C.N.A. licensure in the state of
Colorado within 160 days of
employment. The primary purpose of this job is to provide residents with routine daily nursing
care in accordance with our established nursing care procedures,
and as may be directed by supervisors. If applying for the training,
you are applying for employment
at the Senior Care Center with
training provided. Please visit our
website for to apply online
http://jobs.gunnisonvalleyhealth.o
rg, or call HR for questions 970641-0704 ext 104. (1/21/155).
WAFFLE CABIN OF CRESTED
BUTTE is hiring for part time
employees! Shifts will go from
8am - Close. You will need to be
available for full days. If you are
interested please contact Blake
Hansen, 918-964-1966 or via
email:
[email protected]
(1/21).
PART-TIME JANITOR WANTED
to service a facility in Gunnison 5
nights a week after 6pm. Work
will require about 5 hours of clean
ing each night. Please apply at
www.cleancountry.com, or cal
800-448-1999 with questions
(1/28).
BLACKSTOCK BISTRO is cur
rently looking for a Host/Busser
Experience required, 5 hours a
week, hourly plus tips, position
could transition to a server with
the right candidate, stop by with a
resume after 4:30pm Mon-Sat
(1/28).
KIDS & STUDENTS
WILL WORK
Look below for that
Neighborhood Kid
or Eager College Student
To Do What You
Need Done...
(1/21)
WORK NEEDED: Hard working
college student looking for work
Ranch hand,odd jobs, physica
labor, etc. Call or text Dylan 720
233-1412
or
Emai
[email protected] (1/28).
pet
2 YEAR OLD SPAYED SHEPHERD MIX seeking a wonderfu
home. Currently being fostered
Very loving and friendly. $75
rehoming fee to cover recent vet
exam and booster shots. 585
880-5217 (1/21).
MALE YORKIE 10 YRS OLD,
LOOKING FOR A GOOD HOME.
If
interested
please
cal
970.901.1688 (1/21).
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gunnison country shopper, january 21, 2015
pet
continued from page 15...
FREE KITTENS: to good homes,
litter box trained, 4 months old,
641-0366 ask for Jennifer. (1/28).
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15’ LARSON SKI BOAT: motor
needs work, $950. 275-4852.
(1/21).
FOR SALE:
2003 Ski-Doo
Summit 700, low miles, garage
stored, runs great, 1 owner.
$1750. 970-404-1763. (1/21).
2002 RMK EDGE 800: Runs
well, 159” extras, $1800 OBO,
call TX for more info., 970-9010622. (1/21).
F-150 ‘05 model, 190K, 4WD,
automatic, runs very well! Has a
few dents and scratches, but its a
great truck. Need to sell, need
something smaller. Email for pics.
$3,600 OBO. Let me know if you
are interested! 719-494-6675
(1/28).
CHECK OUT OUR CARS
on the web
www.precisionautosales.com
(1/21/8)
ranching
LOOKING FOR: corral panels
and/or bum lambs. Please call
970-417-8978 if you have any for
sale! Thanks. (1/28).
700# SQUARE BALES
FOR SALE
No Rain
Very Green & Tarped
$50 per bale
641-0344
(1/21/pd/14)
HORSE NEED A BLANKET? 2
Schneider winter blankets for big
horses 78-81. One has a rip from
being hung up to dry! Both for
$60. 641-0962 (1/21).
8 FOOT ELK FENCE FOR SALE:
call for information! 275-4852.
(1/21).
PREMIUM BARN STORED HAY:
Grass; Grass/Alfalfa; Alfalfa.
Small squares, large squares
and rounds.
And, also have straw.
970-872-3141.
(1/21/19)
FOR SALE: winter horse blanket,
74”, good cond., asking $50
OBO. 641-8948. (1/28).
GATES ON TRAILS & ROADS:
Please respect all gate closures
and follow any posted signs.
Thanks for Staying the Trail and
Treading Lightly out there! (1/21).
ALL HELMETS
ON SALE
ALL THE TIME!
Only at
Sun Sports Unlimited
West Hwy. 50
Gunnison
970-641-0883
(1/21/17)
2007 YAMAHA APEX MTN.
159” track, 3000 miles, air box
mod, good condition, $3500
OBO. 209-9416 (1/21).
SNOW CAT: 1970 IMP. Runs well,
asking $16,000. Call Kieth at
349-7178. (1/21).
FOR SALE: slightly used, garage
stored 2012 gas 250cc enduro,
$500. 641-0344. (1/21).
FOR SALE:
2009 Ski-Doo
Summit X, exc. cond., 2100 mi.,
$5800. 641-6908. (1/21).
2010 YAMAHA NITRO with push
turbo. 3500 miles. New track.
Serious inquiries only. $6000
209-4433 (1/21).
1983 HONDA XL 600: runs,
street tires, $800 OBO. Call TX
for more info., 970-901-0622.
(1/21).
2005 M7 ARCTIC CAT: 162,
too much to list, $4000 OBO.
417-8996. (1/28).
2005 M7 ARCTIC CAT: 162”,
cash or trade towards 4-wheeler,
or guns. 417-8996. (1/28).
Let Us Sell Your
ATV or Snowmobile
Only $75
Sun Sports Unltd
641-0883
93 ISUZU RODEO: Auto V6, new
T-Belt, good tires. #1286 $2995
970-641-4040 (1/21/12).
FOR SALE: ‘92 Ford F250, 4x4
460 automatic transmission steel
lumber rack $2,000; GMC Flat
bed dullay “86” 4x4 automatic
transmission $2,000; Subaru
2002, needs work! $2,000. Call
970-209-0079 (1/28).
DOWNTOWN PARKING: 2 HOUR
PARKING: The reason for 2 hour
limits is to free up spaces for customers to be able to find a space
to shop, eat and do their business. YELLOW ZONES: Yellow
zones are for loading and unloading. HANDICAP ZONES: Vehicles
parked in handicap zones must
display a permit in the window or
have a license plate that displays
the handicap symbol on it. (1/21).
WANTED: Honda Pilot or Toyota
4 runner (2003 or newer) 5968954. (1/21).
FOR SALE: 1997 Ford F150 4x4
extended cab 3rd door. Automatic
transmission, 4.6 liter V8 runs
and drives great! $2,200 OBO.
Call or text Zack @ 970-417-0131
(1/28).
2010 POLARIS RZR800S:
excellent condition, lots of extras,
$10,000. 641-6908. (1/21).
2003 POLARIS 800: 151 track
with 2700 miles. Great condition,
fast, pull and go. $2500 OBO.
Emails
best
[email protected]
or
call/text 806-881-9417 (1/28).
motorized
FOR SALE: 2005 Ford Taurus,
v6, 123,560 miles, 4-door, sun
roof, good condition. $2300 OBO.
Call for more info. 970-466-1026
. (1/21).
JOHN DEERE 5300 TRACTOR:
1997, approx. 1160 hours. 2WD.
New tires. 50HP. 521 front loader,
709 rotary cutter, brush mower,
Frontier rear blade, older box
blade, 48 backhoe attachment.
Post hole drill. Old six rear brush
cutter 18’ heavy duty tilt trailer.
Backhoe needs main valve body
resealed. With manuals, well maintained. $19,000. Package deal.
Please call Ken 970-209-3164
(1/28).
2004 SKI-DOO REV 800HO
144. Electric start, tons of aftermarket upgrades. Includes cover.
$3500. Call for details or text me
your email and I will send pics.
207-491-4510. (1/28).
96-99 SUBARU LEGACY (not
Outback) new rear struts, $60 for
both, 596-9999. (1/21).
99 SAAB 9-3: 5spd, FWD, Turbo,
runs strong, good fuel mileage
#1302 $2895 970-641-4040
(1/21/14).
1996 CHEVY Z71 1500 4X4
PU: New engine, 8K mi. with warranty.
Many
more
recent
upgrades. Good tires, bed topper
and lumber rack. Great work
truck. $5000. 970-641-5984.
(1/21).
00 SUBARU LEGACY WAGON:
AWD, ready for the winter, #1261,
$3495,
970-641-4040
04 GMC SAFARI AWD: New
trans, seats 8, nice, #1224,
$6495,
970-641-4040
(1/21/12).
(1/21/12).
1997 FORD F250: long wheel
base, new tires, $1595 OBO.
765-1192. (1/21).
FOR SALE: 2001 Ford Econoline
wagon van. Runs great, new
brakes and pads. $1,800 OBO.
Please call 970-641-4451 or 970707-8002. (1/21).
1964 GMC PICKUP: 4x4, 3/4ton, $1500 OBO. 596-7842.
(1/21).
(1/28).
SKI-DOO SUMMIT 600 HOOD
w/instruments, seat and rear
lamp $400 for all OBO. 596-9999
(1/21).
2007 YAMAHA APEX MTN:
159” track, 3000 miles, air box
mod, good condition, $3500
OBO. 209-9416 (1/21).
‘95 GMC YUKON 4X4 SLT: V8,
auto trans, leather seats, AC,
170,000 miles, 1 owner, looks
and runs great, $4800. 901-6375
95 CHEVY 1500: Ext Cab,
rebuilt trans, needs engine, $800,
596-9999. (1/21).
00 JEEP CHEROKEE: 6cyl, 4x4,
classic. #1283 $3995 970-6414040 (1/21/9).
(1/28).
½ JUST IN-2011 TOYOTA TACOMA
6SPEED CREW 4X4 LOW MILES
½ 2010 TOYOTA VENZA AWD V6
PANO ROOF, LEATHER, NAV XM
1996 DODGE RAM 1500 4X4:
Newer engine, newer automatic
transmission, new radiator, rhino
bed liner, interior in great condition, new rancher grill guard, runs
great, needs paint job, babied,
everything works, auto everything, 60/40 seat, will need tires
in near future. 970-261-1788
(1/28).
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.
(1/21).
01 HYUNDAI XG300: Runs well.
#1288 $1595 970-641-4040
2003 GMC YUKON XL: Near
new tires, one owner, 202,000
miles, half ton. Asking $6,000.
970-901-8546. (1/28).
99 CHEV SUBURBAN LT: Runs
well, #1291 $3995 970-6414040 (1/21/9).
1991 JEEP CHEROKEE: cheap.
970-209-3331. (1/21).
(1/21/8).
00 HONDA ACCORD: service
records, dependable transportation. #1295 $4795 970-6414040 (1/21/10).
2006 SUBARU FORESTER X:
with 103xxx miles, 5spd manual,
runs great, everything works,
needs nothing. Cruise, block
heater, fog lights, PW/PL, keyless
entry, almost new all season tires,
rear cargo cover, cargo mat, seat
covers. AWD, 25-30mpg. $9000
OBO. 970-901-6483 (1/28).
1999
JEEP
CHEROKEE
SPORT: 4x4 inline 6, 170xxx
miles, full suspension lift , 70%
tread left Wranglers 33x12.5,
runs but needs head gasket.
$2500 OBO. 970-901-0622
(1/21).
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:
(1/21/13)
FOR SALE:
‘81 Ski-Doo,
Bombardier double track, ‘85
Yamaha, ‘96 Polaris snowmobiles
and Triton 2-place snowmobile
trailer, $2,000. Also a ‘94 Polaris
440 - make offer. 596-2681
YOU CAN NOW PAY YOUR
VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS ONLINE! Go to www.colorado.gov
and follow the instructions. Note:
If you are expired, need proof of
insurance or need a change of
address, you cannot renew on-line
at this time. (1/21).
and
cars&trucks
96 SUBARU OUTBACK: 5spd,
AWD, runs fine, #1298, $2695,
970-641-4040 (1/21/10).
1955 CHEVY PICKUP: completely rebuilt, call for info.
$8500. 641-6908. (1/21).
1999 TOYOTA TACOMA: V6,
parts & accessories going cheap.
Call Evan 970-275-1902. (1/28).
YOUR PUBLICLY
FUNDED BUS
SYSTEM
Then to:
and
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& Spruce
&RORUDGR
& Ohio
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2:05 PM
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7:35 PM
10:05 PM
Leaving Mt. Crested Butte
for Gunnison
Denver
&
Hwy 135
Spencer
&
Hwy 135
Cement
Creek Rd.
northbound
Mt. CB
Transit
Center
Crested
Butte
4-W
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ay Stop
Cement
Creek Rd.
southbound
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- Other Flag Stops at the Tall Texan, Almont, Riverland, Brush Creek Rd. & Riverbend -
All buses are wheelchair accessible.
For more infforma
ormation, please call Alpine Express at 970-641-5074
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