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february 4, 2015
february 4, 2015
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SENIOR CITIZENS CALENDAR
THE YOUNG AT HEART LUNCHEON TAKES PLACE AT THE
COMMUNITY CENTER AT 200 E. SPENCER, GUNNISON
Thursday, February 5, 2015
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym
(Requires membership or drop-in fee)
Friday, February 6
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Lasagna
Monday, February 8
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Porcupine Meatballs
Tuesday, February 10
11-12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym
(Requires membership or drop-in fee)
Wednesday, February 11
11 - 12 noon
Senior Walking, Gym - FREE
12 noon
Young at Heart Luncheon,
Pulled Pork Sandwiches
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.
FACULTY ARTIST RECITAL IN
QUIGLEY RECITAL HALL
FEBRUARY 10
Heather Roberson, soprano, and Martha Violett,
pianist, of the Western State Colorado University Music faculty will present a faculty artist recital on Tuesday, February
10 at 7:30 p.m. in Quigley Recital Hall. The concert is free
and everyone is invited to attend the program, which features a variety of music from three centuries by composers
from five countries. The performers will collaborate in
works for voice and piano including “Oh! Had I Juba’s Lyre”
from G.F. Handel’s Joshua and “Glitter and Be Gay” from
Leonard Bernstein’s Candide along with songs from
the Nuits d’été of Hector Berlioz and the Cuatro madrigales
amatorios of Joaquín Rodrigo. Solo piano works on the program include a selection of the Études of Frédéric
Chopin, Canciones y danzas of Federico Mompou, and
the Tres Divertimentos of Xavier Montsalvatge for solo
piano.
Associate Professor of Music Dr. Roberson received
her DMA in Choral Conduction from the University of
Kansas and has directed the Western choral program and
organized the Western Slope Choral Festival since 2008. She
also teaches voice, music history, music education, and
courses in the general music curriculum. Dr. Violett received
her DMA in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the
University of Iowa and has been teaching at Western since
1972. She is Emeritus Professor of music and continues to
teach piano and class piano at Western.
WAUNITA HOT
SPRINGS
HOSTING
MARRIAGE
RENEWAL
WEEKEND
It’s January. For
some, this is a common time
of reflection, goal setting
and asking questions about
“where we are growing and
where we are dying” in our
lives.
Sometimes, a hard one
to evaluate is our marriage.
Whether we have been married 1 year or 45 years, our
marriages should be “thriving, not just surviving.” And,
just like everything else we
are good at, a thriving marriage takes practice, commitment, and effort. Solid marriages translate into solid
families, which means confident children and stronger
communities.
To help strengthen
marriages in our community, Waunita Hot Springs is
offering a marriage retreat
themed “My Love Lasts”,
Friday, February 20 thru
Sunday, February 22. The
retreat will be facilitated by
Jon and Joanna Anderson.
The Andersons live in San
Antonio, Texas and are the
founders and directors of
Growing Love Network.
Together they have lead
workshops for hundreds of
couples across the country.
Jon is the author of Growing
Love: The 9 Essentials of
Lifelong Love, Love Reboot:
Healing
for
Hurting
Marriages and 365 Days of
Growing Love.
The cost of the retreat
is $399 per couple, which
includes two nights lodging,
all meals, soaks in the hot
springs and the fee for the
Andersons. Couples are welcome to extend their stay to
plan a ski day, snowmobiling
tour, a dogsled tour or just
for extra rest and relaxation
and enjoy the serenity the
Waunita Hot Springs Ranch
has to offer.
For information on
the retreat facilitators, visit
www.growinglovenetwork.o
rg. For information regarding the Waunita Hot Springs
Ranch,
visit
www.waunita.com. Space is
limited to 21 couples. For
reservations contact Tammy
Pringle at 641-1266.
222 1/2 north main, gunnison, colorado 81230
the Senior Scoop
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 &
FREE INCOME
TAX
ASSISTANCE
Western
State
Colorado University is again
offering free income tax
preparation
assistance
through the IRS-sponsored
VITA program, by appointment. We can prepare most
basic federal and state
returns and will e-file at no
charge. Appointments are
now being taken by phone
(970-943-2276),
for
Tuesdays and Thursdays
between 3:30 p.m. and 6:00
p.m. starting on February
3. The VITA location is
Room 113 in the Borick
Business Building.
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MARBLE MANIA RESULTS
The 17th annual “Marble Mania” marbles tournament was played at the Gunnison Elementary/Middle
School on Tuesday evening, January 27th. Twelve
child/adult teams played the game of “Ringer” for fun,
sportsmanship, marbles, ribbons, and trophies. Following
are the results:
Boys Division
1st place Spencer & Sally Hays
2nd place Evan & Erik Bjornstad
3rd place Noah & Sharalee Pederson
4th place Julian & Jarral Ryter
5th place Burk & Bill O'Rourke
6th place Harlan Barnes & Justin Pepitone
7th place Sam & Tom Anderson
8th place Garrett & Isaac Denney
Girls Division
1st place Mackenzie & Alysia Pearcy
2nd place Maddie & Jason Tharp
3rd place Zoe & Stephen Futrell
4th place Lily & Kevin Noble
The first place winners in both divisions will have
their names engraved on a permanent trophy that is on display at the school. The coveted BEST SPORT trophies
awarded by the referees to one boy and one girl in recognition of how they conducted themselves during the games,
based on eleven specific behavioral criteria, were won by
Harlan Barnes and Lily Noble, in very close voting. Special
thanks to Gunnison Savings & Loan (for 17 consecutive years
of financial sponsorship), Hair Repair II (for sponsoring the
“Best Sport” trophy every year), Rocky Mountain Frames &
Trophies, (for making the trophies), Gunnison Community
Schools, (for use of their facilities to conduct the tournament), and the Gunnison Country Times, The Gunnison
Country Shopper and KPKE Radio for publicity. Also, the
tournament could not have been conducted without all the
volunteer referees, scorekeepers, child and adult players,
and everyone else who supports the marbles program. We
can’t thank you enough.
GUNNISON NORDIC’S 11TH
ANNUAL KENNY MAC SKI FEST
RESULTS
• 24K Skate Women: 1st Holly Rickert 1:51:38, 2nd Jennifer
Smith 1:55:02, 3rd Gale Levins 1:58:11, 4th Jan Parker
1:58:52, 5th Hurricane Carter 2:08:59, 6th Robin Bingham
2:12:33, 7th Laura Irwin 2:14:25.
• 12K Skate Women: 1st Brittany Perkins 58:48, 2nd Bob
Maddox 59.35, 3rd Emily Rantan 1:18:32, 4th Suzanne
Taylor 1:35:20, 5th Lynn Sikkink 1:36:59, 5th Beth Coop
1:36:59.
• 12K Classic Women: 1st Margaret Schneider 1:44:50, 2nd
Erin Twadell 1:52:08, 3rd Ali Wolpern 1:53:50.
• 24K Skate Men: 1st Brian Smith 1:24:37, 2nd Drew
Holbrook 1:26:40, 3rd Ben Johnson 1:26:49, 4th Michael
Swenson 1:32:52, 5th Bryan Miller 1:35:15, 6th Zachary Via
1:35:25, 7th Andy Richmond 1:35:29, 8th Ted Anderson
1:37:40, 9th Graham Ruduan 1:41:05, 10th Jesse Rickert
1:44:13, 11th Daniel Gabel 1:46:10, 12th Keith Bauer
1:57:42, 13th Marcel Medved 1:58:09, 14th Chris Dickey
2:01:23, 15th Jim Dirksen 2:05:25.
• 12K Skate Men: 1st Martin Catmur 1:01:29, 2nd jarral
Ryter 1:03:10, 3rd Keith Fisher 1:08:38, 4th Ben Stratton
1:12:42, 5th Connor Jackson 1:23:45, 6th Scott Fishman
1:30:23. 7th Michael Bleakley 1:35:30.
• 24K Classic Men: 1st Toni Westerholm 2:15:54, 2nd Peter
May 2:25:58, 3rd Dan McElroy 2:38:40, 4th Jordan Brink
2:53:24.
• 12K Classic Men: 1st Milt Ashby 2:29:05.
• 5K Boys: 1st Tabor Dussault 13:45, 2nd Nathan Miller
18:30, 3rd Rory Magee 20:35, 4th Spencer Berv 24:00.
• 3K Girls: 1st Molly Strickland 12:45, 2nd Eli Fisher 14.42,
3rd Sierra Miller 20:46, Cassidy Wirsing 26:00.
• 3K Boys: 1st Spencer Dickey 11:40, 2nd Connor Wirsing
13:45, 3rd Roan Varble 17:35.
• 1K Girls: 1st Brooke Rickert 14:30.
• 1K Boys: 1st Julian Ryter 9:15, 2nd Simeon Dussault 11:42,
3rd Bruce 18:20, 4th Birke 20:35, 5th Thane Varble.
• Cold Cash Snowflake Dash 1st Nathan Miller, 2nd Tabor
Dussault, 3rd Carol Stratton and Conner Wirsing (tie), 4th
Julian Ryter, 5th Spencer Berv, 6th Roan Varble, 7th Mary
Jo Marvel and Araya Rodrigues (tie), 8th Cecil McGlothen,
9th Aleecea Rodrigues and Amy Varble (tie).
We thank all that came out on the balmy January
day to celebrate nordic skiing and participating on our
Hartman Rocks courses and for celebrating Jim Starr’s
retirement. We appreciate the permitting from the City of
Gunnison and the Gunnison Office of the Bureau of Land
Management for the Kenny Mac. Our success would not be
possible without the our amazing sponsors – the City of
Gunnison, Kenny Mac Title Sponsor Danielson/Rainville
Attorneys PLLC, Gene Taylor’s, Gunnison Country Shopper,
Gunnison Trails, Idea-loop, Midnight Marketing Solutions,
Rock n Roll Sports, Western State Colorado University
Nordic Team, Whetstone Associates, All Sports Replay,
Donita’s Cantina, Double Shot Cyclery, Garlic Mike’s,
Gunnison Country Times, Raymond James Financial, and
Three Rivers Resort.
Sincerely, the Gunnison Nordic Board – Mike Cole,
Jim Dirksen, Sandy Dobert, Joellen and Mark Fonken, Don
Graham, Carol Greenlee, Layne Nelson, and Carol Quinn (on
sabbatical).
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GCBTA
WINTER AIR
DEAL - DON'T
MISS OUT!
The GCBTA “Lift
Ticket to Fly” and “$99
Companion Fare” promotions will officially launch
January 15, 2015 at noon,
but there is still time to sign
up to participate! In fact,
you can even sign up after
we launch.
Here are the bullet points:
$99 companion fare promotion
• Must
arrive
in
GUC February 27 - March
5 or March 20 - April 6
• Guest must call CBV to
purchase using special
800s
• Available while supplies
last
• No lodging purchase
required
Lift Ticket to Fly
• For arrival any time this
winter
season,
except March 6 - 19.
Guest must sign up at
www.gunnisoncrestedbutte.com/freeliftticket
after buying plane tickets,
Lift tickets will be waiting at
CBMR will-call
• Guest may purchase plane
tickets at any location
• Lift tickets can be used
any day during the 20142015 Ski Season after the
arrival date on the itinerary
For more information on how to participate
including the details on
dates & routes, restrictions,
how to redeem, etc., please
see the two attached Fact
Sheets.
For more info and
how to participate, contact
Laurel Runcie at [email protected]
SPRING
BREAK
TRAVEL
PLANS? DON’T
BRING
MEASLES
HOME
Currently there are
no confirmed case of
measles
in
Gunnison
County. There is one case in
Colorado associated with
travel to Disneyland in
Calif. as well as 5 other
states and Mexico with total
of 51 confirmed cases as of
January 21, 2015 with 15%
requiring hospitalization.
The case totals continue to
rise. The best prevention is
MMR vaccination. Be sure
you are up to date on your
vaccines, especially MMR.
If traveling, such as
Spring Break, international
travelers should be sure
they have adequate measles
protection such as 2 documented MMR vaccines.
Infants 6 through 11
months should receive 1
dose of MMR before departure. To confirm vaccine
status check with your
healthcare provider or
Public Health 641-0209.
For more information: www.cdc.gov/measles
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THE NURTURING PARENTING
PROGRAM for families of children ages 5-11 begins February
5th - May 21st. Thursday
Evenings from 5:15 to 7:45.
Contact Lana Athey at 642-4667
to sign up. (2/4).
3RD ANNUAL ALLEY LOOP FAT
BIKE RACE AND THE 29TH
ANNUAL
ALLEY
LOOP
Presented by WSCU. Snow will be
brought back into the Town of CB
for the 29th Annual Alley Loop,
and the 3rd Annual Alley Loop Fat
Bike Race. It’s all starting on
Friday, February 6th with the
REEBdonkadonk Fat Bike Series
Finale. The CB Nordic Center has
provided the ability for the Fat
Bike Race in putting on the 29th
Alley Loop, and the Nordic Center
is looking for volunteers. There
will be the usual pub ski and
Nordic Marathon to complement a
fun and event filled weekend with
the big event on Saturday,
February 7th. Volunteers, info,
and registration can all be seen at
www.cbnordic.org. (2/4).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON is a group of local
immigrants working on immigrant
integration. Our next meeting is
Friday, February 6 at 6:30p.m. at
the St. Peters Church basement,
anyone is welcome to our meetings! Please call Marketa 970209-1807 for more information.
(2/11).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS de
Gunnison te invita a una reunión
comunitaria el viernes 6 de
febrero a las 6:30p.m. en el
sótano de la iglesia catolica.
Anuncios. Información de las
licencias. Más información 970209-1807 (2/4).
HONK FOR PEACE: We will
stand every Friday at noon for 15
minutes until our soldiers come
home, Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (2/4).
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Evening Hours Also Available...
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See us at: www.gunnisonsalon.com
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
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THE IRIE-PEOPLE’S CIRCUS 2015
WINTER
EDITION!
Happening Fri., Feb. 6th only at
The Stone Goat Athletic Club,
from 6pm until...? Featuring local
artists and performers, live
music,
other
events.
Refreshments and snacks provided. Raffling off lots of local merchant gift certificates, art prints,
along with a skate deck and snowboard. 44 CR 51, Gunnison, Co.
(Alcohol-free, 21 and over, 18 with
ID and Red Card. (2/4).
*with coupon
THE LAKE FORK VALLEY CONSERVANCY WILL HOST THE
FROZEN RIVER FILM FESTIVAL
in Lake City, February 6-7th. The
third annual event will be held in
conjunction with Lake City’s Ice
Climbing Festival. Downtown Lake
City at the Mosley Arts Center.
Beer, wine, soda, concessions,
silent auction. Proceeds support
the Conservancy’s river restoration work. Film schedule/descriptions/more info: www.lfvc.org.
See you there! (2/4).
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Nepalese,Tibetan
& Indian Restaurant
323 E. Tomichi
(970) 641-7480
Reservations & Takeout
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 Time Travel Fashion Exhibit. Every year the Gunnison Arts Center
holds its annual Fashion Exhibition. 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.
UPPER GALLERY Angus Reid Oil Paintings. Angus Reid’s richly textured,
contemporary paintings are notable for his use of color and his abstract designs. His
work is expressive of his individual point of view.
EVENTS
FEBRU ARY ~ THE SHOP VALENT INE’S SALE - Come by The Shop at Gunnison Arts
Center to find that special Valentine’s Day gift. The Shop will be featuring a wonderful
assemblage of beautiful artworks and creative Valentine gifts created by our own
talented local artists. Everything from jewelry and paintings to home decor items,
ceramics and more, you are sure to find that perfect gift. Some discounted items
available. Call (970) 641-4029 for more information and open gallery hours.
FEBRU ARY 5th – Book Talk ~ Join the Gunnison Arts Centers Book Talk Thursday
February 5th from 7-9 pm to discuss “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. The Book Talk is free, open to the public and all discussions are held at the
GAC. For more info send an email to [email protected] or visit
gunnisonartscenter.org.
FEBRU ARY 7th & 8th - PYOP~ Join us Saturday and Sunday from 1 - 5pm for Paint
Your Own Pottery. Come paint something special for your sweetheart for Valentine’s
Day. With our great selection of bisque-ware items to choose from you are sure to find
the perfect gift to personalize for your Valentine! Item prices range from $5 - $45. No
sitting fee and all supplies and instruction are included in the price. Please allow one
week for piece to be kiln fired and ready for pick-up.
CLASSES
YOUTH MUSIC C LASSES ~ Classes Start This Week!! Get your little ones singing,
moving and learning this winter with one of our amazing music classes. Choose from
Sing, Move and Learn For Tiny Tots (Ages 0-2 with caregiver) or Sing, Move and Learn
for Preschoolers (Ages 2-5) and Intro to Hand Drums and Drumming (Ages 6-13)
Instructor for all three classes is Erin Haynes. For more info call (970) 641-4029 or look
online at GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
BELLY DANCE CLASS ~ Experience the fun and energy of this ancient dance form!
Students will enjoy low-impact aerobic exercise as they learn the basic moves of Middle
Eastern dance. Open to all levels of dancers ages 8 and up! Wear comfortable clothing.
Hip scarves will be provided or you may bring your own. Class is Mondays, February 9 March 16. 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Cost is $55 for the full 6 week session or $10 drop-in.
Instructor: Andrea Jessoe. Pre-registration is encouraged. To register call (970) 6414029 or look online at GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
DROP IN TO DANCE CLASSES ~ Does your schedule prevent you from taking weekly
dance classes? Would you still like to shake your groove thing and give one or more
classes a try? You can drop in to any adult dance class for $10 for the one-time session.
You do not need to pre-register for a drop-in class. We have a full line-up of classes to
offer including: Ballet/Barre, 'Never Ever' Tap, Adult Tap 1, "Born to Dance!" - Dance
Fusion, Hip Hop, Country Swing Dance, Belly Dance and Clogging. All you have to do
is show up with your $10 and have a great time! For more information call 970-6414029 or go to gunnisonartscenter.org for the schedule of classes.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
‘THE SHOP’ AT T HE 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.
*** www.gunnisonartscenter.org ~ 970.641.4029 ~ 102 S. Main Street ***
GUNNISON’S FIRST FRIDAYS
ART WALK & MUSIC
Gunnison’s First Fridays Art Walk & Music showcases fabulous art venues this Friday, February 6th from
5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Visitors are welcome to enjoy locally created art and listen to live music at art galleries and restaurants. Follow this route or your own for a fun evening.
Begin at Gunnison Gallery at 124 N. Main St. featuring black and white mezzotints and wood-engravings by
Harry Heil, retired WSCU Art Professor. Fabulous Valentine
gifts, listen to Live Classical Guitar Music by Jim Higgins
and tasty appetizers by Stacie Murray. Gunnison Gallery
also features the 60 talented Local Artisans work including
jewelry, glass frames, crystalline ceramics, bronze sculpture
and a huge selection of paintings.
Then head south to The Gunnison Arts Center at
102 S. Main St. featuring the annual Fashion Exhbition
returning with a new twist! This year’s theme: “Time
Travel”.
Vintage to modern futuristic wearable fashion
designs and two-dimensional art will fill the Main Gallery
with a Runway Show on February 28th. In the Upper
Gallery, view contemporary, abstract artwork by Angus
Reid. Enjoy live acoustic music by local Western student
and musician, Mitchell Rigert.
Walk across the street to The Blackstock Bistro at
122 W. Tomichi Ave., featuring Aluminum Photography
Prints by Renata Sieck and the “Red Lady Mural”. The
Blackstock Bistro is a sister restaurant to Lil’s Sushi Bar and
Grill in Crested Butte serving American Style Bistro Cuisine,
specialty martinis and cocktails, with a full bar and wine list.
Simpler Times will play live music beginning at 9:00 p.m.
End your evening at our Business Sponsor ~ Garlic
Mike’s at 2674 Highway 135, one mile north of Gunnison
where Highway 135 crosses the Gunnison River. Come enjoy
the best Italian food this side of New Jersey with a Winter
Sangria Special and a Pasta and glass of wine special at the
bar, $13 any night. Check out the beautiful new display of
Photography of local landscapes on canvas by Matt Burt.
Join in Gunnison’s First Friday’s Art Walk & Music,
where you are guaranteed an evening of fun, creative inspiration, music, food and good energy. As always, we thank
the community for your continued support of our talented
local artisans and musicians!
WSCU BLACK HISTORY
MONTH PRESENTATION
Western State Colorado University’s Black Student
Alliance invites the community to a Black History Month
presentation on Tuesday night, February 10th at 7:00 p.m.
in the University Center Ballroom. Dr. Claire Oberon Garcia
will be presenting a dialogue focused on, “Positive Activism
Powered by Education.” Dr. Garcia is the wife of Colorado’s
Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia. She has researched African
American culture, politics, and literature extensively. She is
currently an English and Ethnic Studies professor at
Colorado College. We are honored to host this phenomenal
woman to campus and to our community! Everyone welcome. Please join us for an enlightening discussion on current events. FREE.
GUNNISON GALLERY
at 304 South 10th Street
Winter Hours
Tuesday 12-4
Thursday 12-4
Need a Fun Date Night?
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124 N. Main St.
www.gunnisongallery.net
(970) 641-6111
(2/4/35)
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
CRESTED BUTTE DANCE COLLECTIVE
AERIAL
FABRIC
REFRESHER: Tuesday, February
10. 5:30 - 6:30pm. $10. Brush
up on your fabric skills before the
Level 2 class. Open to those who
have taken the Adult Intro to Aerial
Dance session and are preparing
for the Level 2 Aerial Fabric class.
Open
to
ages
15-adult.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487. (2/4).
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! (2/4).
February 8
Pay What You Can!
First Fridays Art Walk
Friday, Feb 6th 5-8pm
featuring
HARRY HEIL
Live Guitar Music by
JIM HIGGINS
GO DEEPER, DRINK BEER,
SUPPORT CB AVALANCHE
CENTER:
Brick Oven Beer
Tasting, Saturday, February 7th, 1
10pm. $25 ($20 for members).
Learn a thing or two about BEER,
win prizes, help this important
local nonprofit raise some cash!
(2/4).
APRESPALOOZA FEATURING
MATISYAHU: Saturday, February
7th at Butte 66. A 21+ show that
begins at 5pm. Enjoy opener
Chuck Grossman at 4pm, and
stay tuned for more Aprespalooza
shows throughout the winter season. (2/4).
TO SIGN A PETITION to
Congress regarding the need for
change in the V.A., come to the
Gunnison Post Office February 7,
and February 14. Must be 18 or
older. 970—417-8632 (2/11).
FREE CrossFit Water Workout
Wednesday 4:45-5:30
Gunnison Community Center
No CrossFit or Swimming Experience Needed!
Call 641-8425 with questions
More information at www.gunnisonrec.com
200 East Spencer Avenue 970-641-8060
PAINT YOUR OWN POTTERY:
Valentine’s Gifts & Decor. Join the
Gunnison Arts Center Saturday
and Sunday, February 7th and 8th
from 1 - 5pm in the Clay Studio for
open Paint Your Own Pottery.
Come paint something special for
your sweetheart for Valentine’s
Day. Prices of the items range
from $5 - $45. All supplies and
instruction are included in the
price. Please allow one week for
piece to be kiln fired and ready for
pick-up. We can ship finished
pieces for an additional charge.
For more information please call
970-641-4029. (2/4).
COLLEGE GOAL SUNDAY: On
Sunday, February 8, 2015, local
families in Gunnison will have the
opportunity to attend College Goal
Sunday to receive free assistance
on how to pay for college. College
Goal Sunday will be held in at
Western State Colorado University
on from 1-3pm in Taylor Hall
Rooms 201 & 205. Families will
receive free professional guidance
on ways to pay for college, specifically how to complete the Free
Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA). For local College
Goal Sunday information contact
Carrie
Esquibel
at
[email protected] (2/4).
BELLY
DANCE
CLASS:
Experience the fun and energy of
this ancient dance form! Students
will enjoy low-impact aerobic exercise as they learn the basic
moves of Middle Eastern dance.
Open to all levels of dancers ages
8 and up! Wear comfortable clothing, hip scarves will be provided
or you may bring your own. Class
is Mondays, February 9 - March
16. 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Cost is $55
for the full 6 week session or $10
drop-in.
Instructor:
Andrea
Jessoe. Pre-registration is encouraged. To register call 970-6414029, stop by 102 S. Main St. or
look
online
at
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (2/4).
SECOND SUNDAYS
COMMUNITY YOGA
The Opportunity Shop
Gunnison Recreation & Community Center
All Levels Welcome!
9am-10am
Gentle Flow with
Kadie Graham
www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
513 South Main St.
(ALL the way south, on your
right) Gunnison
(2/4)
VALENTINE’S
DAY
PAINT
YOUR
OWN
POTTERY:
Saturday, February 7 & Sunday,
February 8, 3-6pm. Prices vary.
Make your own Valentine’s Day
gifts during this special Paint Your
Own Pottery! Pieces range in price
from $5 - $55. Pay only for what
you paint. Other Painting Days:
Sunday, February 15, 3 - 6 p.m.
Drop in anytime during the hours
listed next to each date. No need
to sign up or call in advance.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487, 606 Sixth Street in
Crested Butte from 9am-5pm
(2/11).
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. (2/4).
THE BOARD OF THE GUNNISON
FARMERS
MARKET
announces its Annual Meeting at
5:30pm. February 9, 2015
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).
BECKY CHAPPELL ARTIST
RECEPTION: Tuesday, February
10, 5:30 - 7:30pm. Free. Becky
Chappell’s show “Crested Butte
Moments” showcases landscapes
featuring outdoor scenes from
Becky’s hikes around Crested
Butte. Becky describes her paintings as impressionistic or
abstract landscapes. She loves
capturing the vibrancy of color,
light and form. Show runs
February 9-23. At the Piper
Gallery open Monday through
Friday 9am-5pm, and to ticket
holders during Center shows.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487. (2/4).
WESTERN STATE COLORADO
UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF
MUSIC: Spring 2015 Concert:
Tuesday, February 10th - Faculty
Artist Recital. Dr. Heather
Roberson, soprano; Dr. Martha
Violett, piano. 7:30pm. Quigley
Recital Hall. www.western.edu
(2/4).
DID YOU
KNOW?
We sell
appliances!
great
prices,
Instalation
available.
same day
or next day
delivery
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KBUT’S WINTER MEMBERSHIP
DRIVE STARTS FEB. 9. Be an
Early Bird at KBUT.org - you could
win $200 to the Sunflower! Help
keep our drive short. (2/4).
SOCRATES
CAFE at the
Gunnison Library. Join us for a
philosophical discussion of the
question “Does Unconditional
Love Exist?” Wednesday, February
11th at 10am. This event is free
and open to the public. (2/4).
ARTING
AROUND:
ART
THROUGH THE AGES: In this
class kids (ages 5-10) will watch
the story of art unfold as they create artworks from the defining
phases of the world’s artistic tradition. From learning about cave
painting and mixing their own
“cave-man” paint to learning how
to splatter paint like Jackson
Pollock, this class is sure to
engage kids in learning and creating their own works of art.
Instructor: Tiana Struble. Class is
Wednesdays, 4-5pm, February
11-April 22. $95/10 classes,
$65/6-punch card, $35/3-punch
card, $13 for drop in. Pre-registration is encouraged. 641-4029,
102
S.
Main
St.,
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (2/11).
ICELAND: Glaciers, Volcanoes,
Ice Skating and Ponies. A
slideshow and educational travelogue presented by Bruce
Bartleson at the Gunnison Library,
Wednesday, February 11th at
7pm. This event is free and open
to the public. (2/11).
MOUNTAIN WEST INSURANCE
and Financial Services
in
Conjunction
with
Pinnacol
Assurance invites you to Workers’
Compensation
Insurance
Avoiding and Managing Rate
Increases Workshop. Thursday,
February 12; 1-3pm. Fred R. Field
Center, Multi-Purpose Building,
Gunnison.
The seminar will
address how worker’s compensation premiums are calculated, the
variables that impact the premiums, and tools to implement to
manage and mitigate overall cost.
Call Diane Markowitz @ 349-1144
or Alisa Corey 641-6611 to rsvp.
(2/11).
BICYCLE LAWS: use bike lanes
when they are available. For more
information, contact the Gunnison
Police Department 641-8200.
(2/4).
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IT’S LUNCH
TIME!
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Lu n ch M e n u
F e b r u a r y 9 - 13
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Baked Potato
Diced Ham/Sh. Cheese
Green Beans
Bread
Pears
T ue sday
Chicken Alfredo H
Broccoli
Cherry Tomatoes
Bread
Mandarin Oranges
We dne sd ay
Chef Salad
Carrot Sticks
Roll L
Peaches
Thurs day
Hot Dog/Bun
Sweet Potato Fries
Celery Sticks
Blueberries
Fr i d a y
Hard Shelled Taco H, L
Pinto Beans
Sh. Lettuce
Avocado*
Banana
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
SHOW YOUR LOVE with a handmade Valentine card. Join expert
card maker Carol Primus at the
Gunnison Library, Thursday,
February 12th between 4-5:30pm
to make your own unique card.
This event is open to all ages and
free. (2/11).
RECREATIONS LIVE PAINTING:
Thursday, February 12, 6-8pm.
$35. The perfect après ski! Grab
a friend and head to The Sweet
Spot in Mount Crested Butte to
recreate a classical, well-known
painting. Tonight’s feature is
“Nimphee” by Claude Monet.
Registration fee includes your canvas, painting supplies and complimentary beverage from Sweet
Spot bar. Instructor: Jennifer
V a n n a t t a .
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487,, 606 Sixth Street in
Crested Butte from 9am-5pm.
(2/4).
PARTNER DANCE NIGHT SALSA & TANGO: Friday,
February 13. 7:30-9pm. $10/person. Spice up your night with
these sultry dances of desire and
attraction from the steamy southern climes. It may be cold outside,
but it’ll be warm in this dance
class! No partner necessary.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487. (2/11).
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Willie Barcena: Saturday, February 14, 8:00 p.m. $15
Stand-up comedian Willie Barcena’s humor is
infused with hilarious renditions of his experiences as a
security guard, plumber, roofer, and limo driver. His highly
acclaimed one-man show, “Cry Like a Man,” pulls inspiration from everyday life, making light of the struggle of the
blue-collar worker in today’s society. Illustriously, Willie
has made ten appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay
Leno, in addition to performing with Leno for the troops in
Afghanistan. His Comedy Central debut was received with
rave reviews. Willie’s 18-years of comedy have included 12
years of stand-up road work, including multiple appearances on tours such as “Que Locos,” “Latino Laugh
Festival,” “Montreal’s Just for Laughs,” and “Crown Royal
Latin All Stars Comedy Explosion.” Talented beyond just
being a comedy road warrior, Willie has appeared on TV
shows including: Moesha and The Wayans Brothers, as well
as hosted the popular Si-TV production Latino Laugh
Festival – The Show. His two year run with The Morning
Show on KSFM 102.5 Sacramento shot to the number one
spot during his tenure.
Move the Butte: Wednesday, February 18 – Saturday,
February 21, Prices & times vary
The Crested Butte Dance Collective’s wildly creative signature production, Move the Butte 2015, celebrates
the connection and joy we share through dance. It showcases local adult artists and choreographers of all levels. This
year’s innovative show features a stunning variety of dance
modalities such as Tango, Lyrical, Salsa, Contemporary,
Pop, Butoh, Jazz and a variety of Aerial Dance arts. The
show grows every year and consistently impresses with its
professionally produced homegrown talent. Tickets do sell
out for this one weekend performance. Show Times:
Wednesday, February 18: Open Dress Rehearsal. 7:00 p.m.
$15 (adults), $7 (kids 12 and under); Friday February 20:
8:00 p.m. $20 (adults), $10 (kids 12 and under); Saturday
February 21: 4:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. $20 (adults), $10 (kids
12 and under)
An Evening with the Wood Brothers: Sunday, February 22,
8:00 p.m. Early Bird through 2/15: $40; Regular: $45
Dialed-in vocal harmonies. Oliver’s gritty acoustic
guitar. Chris’s virtuosic upright bass. Warrior poet lyrics.
This is the fraternal synchronicity of Americana phenomenon, the Wood Brothers. Independently, Oliver played guitar and sang with Southern blues rocker Tinsley Ellis before
founding King Johnson, a hard-touring group of bluesinflected R&B, funk and country. Chris, meanwhile, formed
Medeski Martin & Wood, which over two decades became a
cornerstone of contemporary jazz and abstract music. They
are now joined by new full-time member Jano Rix, a drummer and ace-in-the-hole multi-instrumentalist. Their songs
dance between bluesy, classic country and swampy funk,
mining the brothers’ timeless influences of Robert Johnson,
Willie Nelson, and Charles Mingus.
Claire Lynch Band: Wednesday, February 25, 8:00 p.m.
Early Bird through 2/18: $20; Regular: $25
Long recognized and praised as a creative force in
acoustic music, bluegrass artist Claire Lynch is a pioneer of
beauty, subtlety, and genre-defying sophistication. She has
used her richly textured voice to sing harmony on tours and
albums with Dolly Parton, who describes her as “one of the
sweetest, purest and best lead voices in the music business
today.” She is a three-time International Bluegrass Music
Association (IBMA) “Female Vocalist of the Year” awardwinner (and 16-time nominee), received two Grammy nominations for “Best Bluegrass Album” and won “Song of the
Year” from IBMA in 2014. As a songwriter, her tunes have
been recorded by such luminaries as Patty Loveless and The
Seldom Scene and she has graced albums and the stage with
Emmylou Harris, Alison Brown and Ralph Stanley. Her
accolades have won her a spot in the Alabama Bluegrass
Music Hall of Fame. Opening act: Free the Honey.
Film
I Origins: Thursday, February 19, 7:00 p.m. $10
A science-fact, mystery-thriller, and one of the best
films of 2014, I Origins follows a molecular biologist, who
tragically loses the love of his life, but whose research on the
human eye points to evidence with far reaching implications
about human evolution and spiritual reincarnation. How far
would you go to prove your beliefs? Starring Michael Pitt
and Brit Marling. Running time is 106 minutes. Rated R.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Call for Artists for 1st Annual Community Collaborative Iron
Pour
The Art Studio of The Center for the Arts in collaboration with Vinotok is hosting our first Community
Collaborative Iron Pour on Tuesday, September 15. Artists
are invited to come and create work beginning on Tuesday,
September 8, with all pieces cast on the evening of
September 15 at the pour. If you have never worked in iron,
now is your chance, as you will have access to a community
of artists to help you through the process. $250 registration
fee covers all your materials. Contact Center for the Arts
Visual Arts Program Director Melissa Mason at [email protected] to register and with questions. Space is
limited to 15 artists.
Volunteer with the Center!
Earn ticket credit for shows in trade for volunteer
hours! Tasks include: taking tickets, doors & post-show pick
up. Work a show for ticket credit into another. Contact:
Stephanie Blewett at [email protected]
All tickets now on sale. For comprehensive event
information and tickets visit www.crestedbuttearts.org;
970-349-7487, or the Center at 606 Sixth Street in Crested
Butte from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, or
find us on Facebook.
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Citywide Connex: Wi-Fi throughout Gunnison
Sometimes, saying goodbye can be difficult, but saying goodbye to Wi-Fi dead spots, weak
signals, long-term contracts, hefty monthly data charges and network overusage fees in
Gunnison is easy. With Citywide Connex, you can stop watching your monthly data usage and
start watching movies, videos and live-streaming sports events instead.
The Citywide Connex service from IC Connex offers secure, reliable connectivity throughout
Gunnison. You can remain connected to the network whether you're
enjoying a cup of coffee
outside at The Bean, at the Park or having dinner on your deck.
Citywide Connex lets you use your mobile devices the way they were meant to be used, without
worry about the cap on your cellular data plan. Simply configure your mobile device to prefer
“ICConnex”, and you may be able to eliminate your cellular data usage while in Gunnison. You
can even make Wi-Fi calls and play online games on our network. By using Citywide Connex,
you can reduce your need for cellular service, and save money each month.
Other providers offer unlimited data for a limited time or as part of a “special” offer. What makes
our service special is: It’s Not a Special! The plan you sign up for today is the plan you get, month
after month after month. We have no hoops for you to jump through. We have no multi-year
contracts to sign. We have no special pricing that expires after a few months. You can upgrade
or change your mobile device whenever you want to. You do not have to buy any mobile
devices from us. If you live in Gunnison only part of the year, you can even subscribe to Citywide
Connex when you’re here and drop it when you leave. And if you don’t like Citywide Connex for
any reason, you can drop the service anytime.
Should you need to add more devices, you can enhance your Citywide Connex subscription. All
of the devices will be on the same network and at a discounted rate of $9.99 per device per
month. Each wireless device you add to the network will enjoy unlimited data with no contracts
and no hidden fees.
IC Connex offers a whole range of services that are designed to meet your needs. Combine your
Citywide Connex subscription with other services from IC Connex to create a customized
connection experience that’s just right for you. Next week, we’ll introduce you to our residential
fiber connection services. We will show you how you can bring the power of the Internet to
every network device in your home and be connected as if you are at your home while actually
hanging out in the park. In the mean time, if you would like more information about IC Connex
and our services for individuals, homes and business, please give us a call at 970-642-1100 or visit
us on the Web at icconnex.com.
MURDER AT THE JUICE JOINT:
Delight in a night of mystery and
intrigue in the wild and romantic
era of the roaring ‘20s! With the
passing of prohibition and organized crime on the rise, The Juice
Joint, a swanky speakeasy run by
Rosie Marie, has been nothing but
jumping. Join a medley of characters that are sure to make the
night most memorable. Help
unravel the mystery while enjoying
entertainment, dinner and drinks.
Show is Friday, February 13th, 710pm. Tickets are $40 and can
be purchased at 970-641-4029,
102 S. Main St. or gunnisonartscenter.org. (2/4).
WILLIE BARCENA: Saturday,
February 14, 8pm. $15. Stand-up
comedian Willie Barcena’s humor
is infused with hilarious renditions
of his experiences as a security
guard, plumber, roofer, and limo
driver. His highly acclaimed oneman show, “Cry Like a Man,” pulls
inspiration from everyday life,
making light of the struggle of the
blue-collar worker in today’s society. www.crestedbuttearts.org;
970-349-7487, or the Center’s
box office at 606 Sixth Street in
Crested Butte from 9am-5pm
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ATTENTION
WHITE WATER PARK USERS
The White Water Park area will be
CLOSED to all users beginning
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 during the
construction project for approximately
sixty (60) days. THERE WILL BE
ABSOLUTELY NO PUBLIC ACCESS.
Please call the Gunnison County Public Works Department
at 641-0044 if you have questions.
(2/11).
VALENTINE’S DAY!
February
14th.Senior Sweetheart Dance
from 6-9pm at the Elks Lodge at
123 S. Main St. Though honoring
the seniors in our community, it’s
a multi-generational event with
high school and college students
to Boomers and Beyond members
attending. DJ, music, dancing,
snacks, door prizes, and a photo
booth to save your memories of
the day. And it’s FREE! So put on
your dance shoes and join the fun.
Questions? 641-1292 (2/11).
COMUNIDAD
CRISTIANA
EMANUEL te invita este 14 de
Febrero a las 6;00pm en el Rodeo
A festejar El Dia del Amor y amistad tendremos palabra para tu
corazon entrada gratis (2/11).
9-1-1 IS FOR EMERGENCIES
ONLY. Dial 641-8000 for nonemergent situations. (2/4).
DOWNTOWN PARKING: 2 HOUR
PARKING: The reason for 2 hour
limits is to free up spaces for customers to be able to shop, eat
and do their business. YELLOW
ZONES: 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. (2/4).
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MOVE THE BUTTE: Wednesday,
February 18-Saturday, February
21, Prices & times vary. The
Crested Butte Dance Collective’s
wildly creative signature production, Move the Butte 2015, celebrates the connection and joy we
share through dance. It showcases local adult artists and choreographers of all levels. Tickets do
sell out for this one weekend performance.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970-349-7487, or the
Center’s box office at 606 Sixth
Street in Crested Butte from 9am5pm (2/4).
FEATHERS
AND
FANCY
DRINKS: Treat yourself to something new and fun this month!
Come have a night out and join us
for an evening of jewelry making
while sampling tasty cocktails.
Learn how to make a beautiful set
of feather and hammered-copper
earrings and necklace. Keep it for
yourself or make it a lovely gift for
a friend. Join us Thursday,
February 19th from 6-9pm. Cost
is $35 and includes supplies, two
drinks, inspiration and fun! Call
970-641-4029, stop by 102 S.
Main St or go to gunnisonartscenter.org to pre-register. (2/18).
GUNNISON AND CRESTED
BUTTE - TRY HOCKEY FOR
FREE! Saturday, February 21st at
the Jorgensen Ice Complex in
Gunnison, 9am - 12pm. Ice time
is 10am -12pm, the hour before is
to dress and help answer questions.
For
Info
visit
WeHockey.org/tryhockey (2/18).
RIVER OF LIFE FELLOWSHIP
CHURCH: 92 County Road 17,
invites everyone Sunday, Feb. 15
at 10am to hear a message from
God delivered by Minister Larry, a
former street minister
from
G
Denver. God Really Does Have a
C
Plan for Each and Everyone of Us.
Witht a lasagna and spaghetti dinner in the fellowship hall downstairs after the service. Followed
by Communion
of bread and wine
C
as* the
G body and blood of Jesus
Christ remembrance of Him.
THE 3RD ANNUAL ‘FACE OF
AG’ is back March 1st, 2015 from
12-4pm. Lunch will be provided
by Gunnison County Farm Bureau.
This year we would like you to join
us for a guest speaker from 13pm on ‘Crucial Conversations’
which may be helpful in your family, business or organization. If you
are involved in Agriculture here in
the Gunnison area we would like
you to participate! Come set up a
display. Contact Janet at [email protected] or leave msg at
720-341-1177. (2/11).
(2/11).
KIDS ART CAMP: A MIGHTY
JUNGLE: Join us for a fun afternoon on a safari with a Jungle
Themed kids’ art camp. Students
will break into age groups for two
separate sessions.
Tuesday,
February 17, 12:30pm-4pm.
Instructors: Tiana Struble and
Christa Wolfe. $35 includes all
supplies, a small snack and beverage. Pre-registration is encouraged. To register call 970-6414029, stop by 102 S. Main St. or
look
online
at
GunnisonArtsCenter.org. (2/11).
THE
MULTICULTURAL
RESOURCE SERVICES, 225 N.
Pine St., Suite B, now has full time
G thanks to a grant from
funding
Caring
G for Colorado, El Pomar,
and Mentor’s Program. We share
* M
the office with CAFÉ (Center for
AdultE 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 (2/4).
DO YOU READ AND USE THE
CITY MARKET WEEKLY INSERT
FROM THE GUNNISON COUNTRY SHOPPER? If you do, we
need641-1773
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.
[email protected], or call 641-3148.
Thanks for your help and support KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS will
through the years! City Market meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of
every month at Parish Hall. (2/4).
Local 641-3816 (2/4).
P
CALL
FOR Andrew
ARTISTS FOR 1ST
~Elizabeth
ANNUAL COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE IRON POUR: The
Art Studio of Thecbnordic.org,
Center forfind
the
Arts in collaboration with Vinotok
is hosting our first Community
Collaborative Iron Pour on
Tuesday, September 15. Artists
are invited to come and create
work beginning on Tuesday,
September 8, with all pieces cast
on the evening of September 15
at the pour. $250 registration fee
covers all your materials. Contact
Center for the Arts Visual Arts
Program Director Melissa Mason
at [email protected] to
register and with questions.
Space is limited to
15 artists.
opportunities.
www.crestedbuttearts.org; 970349-7487. (2/4).
GOT LACROSSE?? Starting a
combined
Crested
Butte/Gunnison Youth Lacrosse
team! In need of coaches- we will
pay for level 1 certification upon
approved application. Call Rain
Bodine at 970-275-6711 or email
[email protected]
Thanks!
TRY THE NEW CHINESE RESTAURANT IN TOWN!
Chinese Restaurant
Dine In - Take Out
Tel: (970) 642-6363
(2/11).
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
HELPING TO BOOST THE
ECONOMY, lower property taxes,
and seeing good paying jobs
come to the Gunnison County
area. Please call 979-275-4852
for information. (2/11).
WOMEN’S BOXING CLASSES
NOW AT THE COACHLIGHT
BOXING GYMNASIUM! $8 dropin fee, great instruction for neverevers to competitors. We have
equipment
for
your
use!
Thursdays at 5:30pm for about an
hour.
Please
view
@CoachlightGym on Facebook or
call Matt at 596-3696 to ask
questions. (2/11).
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. (2/4).
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.
HEY! GUNNISON VALLEY! Are
you looking for a fun way to get in
shape, meet new people, travel
and get involved in the fastest
growing sport in America? Then
come try out Roller Derby and
be part something amazing! We
are currently practicing in
Gunnison on Mondays at the Fred
Field House from 7-9 and
Wednesdays at the CB school
gym from 6:45-8:45. Everyone is
welcome and no previous skills
required, we will teach you everything you need to know. Help
spread Roller Derby! (2/4).
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.
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.
(2/4).
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! (2/4).
PRIZE MONEY for a recipe for a
dish/food item made with local
ingredients? 2015 Farm-to-Table
conference recipe competition!
More information forthcoming.
Jonathan at [email protected]
or Michael at [email protected] (2/4).
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! (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. (2/4).
ARTIST WITH INTERNATIONAL
BACKGROUND
in
singing
(Spanish, Italian, English, French &
Arabic songs) also, composer,
vocal performer & improvisationalist available for professional
music projects with serious musicians. If interested, please call
970-209-9478. (2/11).
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. ~ Elizabeth Andrew
GUNNISON COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS WANTED!
* Crested Butte Nordic is in need of volunteer support for the 29th Annual Alley Loop on February 6. cbnordic.org, find the
volunteer sign up on the Alley Loop page under the Events tab.
* Center for the Arts in Crested Butte! Earn ticket credit for shows in trade for volunteer hours! Stephanie Blewett at
[email protected]
* C.A.S.A. - Court Appointed Special Advocates for abused & neglected children. Training begins in October. 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.
WESTERN STATE COLORADO
UNIVERSITY IS AGAIN OFFERING FREE INCOME TAX
PREPARATION ASSISTANCE
through the IRS-sponsored VITA
program, by appointment.
We
can prepare most basic federal
and state returns and will e-file at
no charge. Appointments are now
being taken by phone (970-9432276), for Tuesdays and
Thursdays between 3:30pm and
6pm starting on Feb. 3. The VITA
location is Room 113 in the Borick
Business Building. (2/4).
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).
COMPUTERS WANTED: I refurbish donated computers that people do not want and pass them on
to others for free, mainly to kids
who otherwise would not have one
for school work. Non-working or
broken machines are fine as I can
repair them. Hard drives are first
wiped using Iolo Drive Scrubber.
NO CRT (TV type) screens wanted
or real old printers. Many thanks
to those who have donated over
the past months as I have
received some nice machines that
have made kids happy, thanks to
you. Robert Johnson, 901-5382.
(2/11).
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!
(2/4).
FRIENDS & KIN OF GREG AND
PATTY WEIHS: The account for
them at Community Banks in
Gunnison (1100 N. Main) is
accepting contributions for medical expenses. Please contribute
in person at the bank or mail in
your check, specifying this particular account. Thank you! (2/4).
BICYCLE LAWS: DON’T ride
your bike on the sidewalks
downtown. For more information,
contact the Gunnison Police
Department 641-8200. (2/4).
THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR: Keep it Short, Keep it
Sweet.... submit your Who, What,
When, Where, Why, and How to
[email protected]
(2/4).
FROM THE CITY OF GUNNISON
BUILDING
OFFICE:
Mechanical Permits are required.
The installation or replacement of
any solid fuel, natural gas, or
propane burning device/appliance
without first obtaining a permit is
a code violation. Please call or
stop by the Building Office for
more detail. (2/4).
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 (2/4/43).
WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR
MATH, READING, OR WRITING
SKILLS? Want to earn your GED
diploma? The Center for Adult &
Family Education (CAFE) offers
basic adult education and GED
preparation classes; M&W, 68pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th Street. $10
fee for the term. One on one tutoring also available. Call 970-6417684 for more information. (2/11).
4 RIMS & TIRES FOR SALE:
33x12.50 R15 rims & tires,
mounted & balanced, fit most
jeeps, 970-275-8300. (2/4).
APPLIANCES: fridge, range,
DW. microwave. Barely used.
$750 firm for all. 641-2123.
(2/11).
Fullmer’s
Ace Hardware
has
Western Wood Pellets,
$4.00 per bag!
970-641-1212
www.fullmerace.com
(2/4/12)
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. (2/4).
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Happy Valentine s
from Próis Hunting Apparel for Women!
Don’t know what to get your sweetie for Valentines?
Come in and check out all our new gear as well
as great deals and seconds jackets
(and food, drinks, fun, and games)!
PRÓIS VALENTINE’S SHOPPING PART Y
Thursday, Februar y 12
from 4:30 to 7:00 pm.
806 W New York Ave,
the old West Elk
Woodfloors building.
See you Thursday!
970-641-3355
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 (2/4).
FOR SALE: Avalon woodstove,
24” wide, 15” deep, comes with
6” exhaust, brand new wrought
iron fire place tools, 5pc.
w/stand, $150. Jeff at 970-7654593. (2/11).
FOR SALE: Hunter 52” ceiling
fan, Gallery Edition, brand new,
still in the box, 5 blades, one side
dark, $150. Jeff at 970-7654593. (2/11).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON is a group of local
immigrants working on immigrant
integration. Our next meeting is
Friday, February 6 at 6:30p.m. at
the St. Peters Church basement,
anyone is welcome to our meetings! Please call Marketa 970209-1807 for more information.
(2/4).
HUSQVARNA 254 CHAINSAW:
$150 OBO. 641-2123. (2/11).
IBANEZ
ACOUST-ELECTRIC
GUITAR: w/prac. amp, strings,
soft case, metallic black, excellent cond., $160. Text (pref.) or
call 803-600-8020 (2/11).
IUG TE INVITA este viernes 6 feb
alas 6;30 pm en el sotano de la
iglesia Tendremos noticias sobre
las Licencias Ricardo estara
Presente con informacion. 970901-5976 (2/4).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE.
TAYLOR’S FIREWOOD
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).
K2 SKIS: 178’s, Blue, used 4
times, perfect all mtn. skis,
Marker Bindings, $100. Text
(pref.) or call 803-600-8020
(2/11).
GUNNISON PETS
AND HOBBIES
For your live tropical
fish & supplies
Fresh and Salt Water
Aquaria pumps, food and more.
ONLY $50! SKI/SNOWBOARD
HELMET LADIES Smith Intrigue
w/wireless/bluetooth
setup/speakers,
sz
small,
adjustable, dark purple color,
excellent condition, please call
970-596-1557 (2/11).
(2/4/44).
INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE
GUNNISON te invita a una
reunión comunitaria el viernes 6
de febrero a las 6:30p.m. en el
sótano de la iglesia catolica.
Anuncios. Información de las
licencias. Más información 970209-1807 (2/4).
WANTED: uneaten plastic fruit,
bananas, oranges, grapes, etc.
Call Mark 710-1847. (2/11).
WINCH: electric, new in box,
2000 lbs., mountable on about
anything, was $350 new, $200.
Text (pref.) or call 803-600-8020
(2/11).
Y NOSOTROS HEMOS CONOCIDO Y CREÍDO EL AMOR DE
DIOS. Dios es amor. Y el que permanece en amor, permanece en
Dios, y Dios en él. - 1ra de Juan
4:16
Comunidad
Cristiana
Emanuel te invita a su servicio del
dia del Amor y Amistad este 14 de
feb, alas 6 pm en El Rodeo. (2/11).
Enter through
Silver Queen Jewelry
134 North Main, Gunnison
641-2366
(2/4/29)
FOR SALE: Raichle freeride AT
bindings, size M, $50. No brakes.
349-5190. (2/11).
FREE STOVE PIPE: 5 sections 3
feet long 10 inch outside and 6
inch inside dimension in great
shape! Please take all. Call Tony
970-349-7712 (2/11).
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. (2/4).
Every Day’s A Great Day for
FREE: bag of Frontier brand gelatin capsules to fill with whatever
you want, from health food store.
349-1321 (2/11).
Sending Fresh Flowers,
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 (2/4).
Valentine’s Week is
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. (2/4).
16’ HAULMARK TRAILER ENCLOSED: dual axle w/brakes,
spray foam insulated, beefy construction rack on roof w/access
ladder, $3700. 970-275-2713
(2/11).
Green Plants,
or a Gift Basket
Celebrate Your Love
WANTED ANTLERS
SHEDS & RACKS
Pay Top Dollar
Berfield’s Stage Stop
970-641-5782
ALL WEEK LONG!
(4/1/pd/11)
Exquisite Roses, Fragrant
Bouquets,
PLEASE HELP US MAKE THE
GUNNISON COUNTY RECYCLE
CENTER A SUCCESS! Bring us
your #1 and #2 plastics, corrugated cardboard, newspaper,
office pack & shred, glass, tin,
aluminum, and batteries. For
more info 641-0044. (2/4).
February 9th - 14th
Colorful Flowering Plants
MISTY MOUNTAIN FLORAL
147 N MAIN STREET
GUNNISON
970-641-5102
“Your Downtown
Main Street Florist”
(2/4/48)
Hosts
KEY NUMBERS FOR WARRIORS AND FAMILIES: If you are
a wounded, ill or injured Warrior:
1-800-342-9647. If you are experiencing domestic violence: 1800-799-SAFE (7233). If you have
experienced sexual assault, 1800-656-HOPE (4673). If you are
thinking about suicide: 1-800-273TALK (8255). If you have any
questions about Psychological
Health and Traumatic Brain Injury:
1-866-966-1020. - Al Falsetto,
Veterans Service Office, 6417919. America is free thanks to
our veterans. (2/4).
596-0110
(2/25/pd/6)
Gunnison Country
Association of Realtors
FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK: Stroll
down Main Street of beautiful, historic Gunnison from 5-8pm. on
Friday, February 6th. Join us in
the Galleries of the Gunnison Arts
Center for a reception with our
featured artists. This month we
will be enjoying live acoustic
music from Western student
Mitchell Rigert in the Main Gallery.
So come by the Arts Center and
enjoy a relaxing evening of Art &
Music. (2/4).
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.
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! (2/4).
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PUBLIC WELCOME
BRING YOUR COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS
Wednesday,
February 18, 2015 5:30 pm
Fred R. Field Western Heritage Center
275 S. Spruce
HAVE A WELL, DO I OWN THE WATER?
DANGERS OF THE PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE
Moderator - Bill Nesbitt
Speakers FRANK KUGEL | UGRWCD General Manager
BOB HURFORD | District Engineer
JASON ULLMAN | Assistant District Engineer
BILL NESBITT | Broker, Board Member/Treasurer of
UGRWCD and Gunnison Basin Roundtable Board Member
GUNNISON FARMERS MARKET
SEEKING NEW BOARD MEMBERS: Do you like food, farming,
people, and your community? Are
you seeking volunteer experience,
or just something new to put your
energies into? The Gunnison
Farmers Market Board is seeking
new members for our working
board. Our annual meeting will
take place February 9, 2015,
5:30pm at Gunnison Vitamin &
Health Food Store, upstaris. so
think about it.. (2/4).
WE LOVE GETTING YOUR
EMAIL! Please, when you submit
an electronic ad either through
email or the website, we will email
you a confirmation letting you
know we have received your ad.
This is not an automated reply, we
open and read each email, and
personally respond to each one. If
you do not receive an email confirmation from us, we did not
receive your ad. But please, give
us time to check them - 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, [email protected] (2/4).
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; AAOpen 7pm. (2/4).
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
(2/4).
24th Annual
99 Head
Yearlings and Long Yearlings
Friday, February 27th, 2015
12:00 Noon
Denham Marketing Center
Olathe, Colorado
Angus, Gelbvieh and Balancers
®
Trich tested - P.A.P. and Fertility tested
BVD tested - Homozygous Blacks
Sight unseen purchases always guaranteed or your money back
Can’t Make The Sale?
Bid online at DVAuction.com
For information or Catalog
Log onto www.Gelbviehbulls.net or call
Dave at 970-323-6388 or Mark 970-249-1453
Saturday Evening
Worship
with Rick Barton
Trinity Bapst
523 N. Pine ­ 6PM ­ Downstairs
“Verse by Verse through the Bible”
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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., 970901-4181. (2/4).
COMPLETE INDOORS grow
room set up $300. Four inch and
six inch 1000watt hoods, four
inch exhaust fan. Side lights,
1000 watt transformer. Several
extra bulbs, plus extras. 970-2093164 (2/4).
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. (2/4).
1987 CHEVY UTILITY BED:
dually
long
bed,
doors
open/close, latch and lock, $550
OBO. Call Josh 303-960-6505
RED NEON PENTAX SIGN FOR
SALE: Dimensions 2’ X 6.5”
Works well. $75 901-7497
(2/11).
(2/4).
2004 WHITE MAYTAG LARGE
UPRIGHT DEEP FREEZER:
lightly used, works great/clean,
pictures upon request. Serious
inquiries only, $200. 970-5966883. (2/11).
LARGE PET CARRIER: 23 x 14
x 19 inches high. Very clean.
Excellent condition. Used only for
a cat. $47 . 970-349-9394 or
970-209-7473 (2/11).
FOR SALE: Forest green fabric
LaZboy recliner; smaller size and
good condition; $50; call 970261-6317 (2/11).
VOLUNTEER WITH THE CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN CRESTED BUTTE: Earn ticket credit for
shows in trade for volunteer
hours! Tasks include: taking tickets, doors & post-show pick up.
Work a show for ticket credit into
another. Contact: Stephanie
Blewett at [email protected] (2/4).
FOR SALE: Sims Sage snowboard boot. Size 10 men’s. $35
OBO. Call Taylor 720-425-2488.
(2/4).
TORK
MOTION
SENSOR
PAPER TOWEL DISPENSERS:
Three total, easy wall mount. Call
Liz 497-0787. (2/4).
14/15 BRAND NEW Burton
Escapade bindings for sale.
Never used. Asking $200. 303304-6080 (2/11).
FOR SALE: walnut coffee table
w/glass top, $225, 275-4852.
(2/4).
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. (2/4).
TELEMARK SKIS:
K2 Kung
Fujas 189 with G3 tele bindings.
Barely used rockered powder/all
mountain ski. $350. 970-2756471. (2/11).
WANTED: Dynafit bindings, new
or used, with or without brakes.
349-5190. (2/4).
NIMBLE FINGERS
SEWING SERVICES
From Revamping to Costumes
Experienced Seamstress
Call Andrea
596-4972
(2/4/13)
SHOPPER SPECIALS! Want to
find out about our advertising
specials? Go to our website at
www.gunnisonshopper.com for
all the details! (2/4).
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 (2/4).
GHS PROM IS APRIL 11
Queen B
has formal dresses
in all styles, shapes,
sizes and colors.
New and Used.
Affordable pricing or exchange.
970-209-3316 - Barb
(2/4/29)
DID YOU KNOW that children are
recommended to have their first
dental visit by age 1? Gunnison
Hinsdale Early Childhood Council.
eccgh.org. Public Health 6410209 (2/4).
RETIREMENT PLANNING. INVESTMENTS. WEALTH SOLUTIONS.
Bill Matthews
Financial Advisor
Accredited Asset
Management Specialist®
Jackie Cardenas
FOR SALE: Crib, folding and
portable; excellent condition,
white, sturdy, Gerry brand, clean
with mattress and mattress cover.
$45. Call 641-1166 and please
leave a message if need be.
(2/4).
FOR SALE: Grizzly 1 1/2hp dust
collector, 110, 2 yrs. old, $250.
641-6999, 641-5077. (2/4).
MBA - Finance
GUNNISON
SMITH OPERA HOUSE
CRESTED BUTTE
CRESTED BUTTE BANK BUILDING
641.0400
349.1121
DUAL SUSPENSION CARBON
FIBER FSR EPIC Specialized
mountain bike 2011 26er for
sale, $2700, size small, call 970270-2993. (2/11).
LADIES SCARPA T2
MARK BOOTS: size 8.
used and has moldable
very comfortable. Great
970-641-5198 (2/4).
TELEGently
liners,
boots.
INDUSTRIAL FLOOR FRYER:
Two basket large fryer. Call Liz
497-0787. (2/4).
COMPLETE
GENHYDRO
“WATER FARM” 4gal hydro-bucket complete with air pump, air
stone, tubing, extra hydroton,
timer and complete set of
Botanicare hydroponic nutrients.
Used for approx. 4 months,
works great. $45 obo 303-5645768 (2/11).
SNOWPLOW BLADE: After market blade for a Ranger. Retail
$1200. Come pick it up in town
for $100. 275-4492. (2/4).
7,900
Gunnison
Country
Shoppers
every
WEDNESDAY
(2/4)
CANNONDALE LADIES MTB!
$800! ALMOST $1,400 INVESTED! NEVER TRAIL RIDDEN/IN PERFECT CONDITION! SL3 Hardtail,
XC30 Rockshox, 6061-T6 Butted
aluminum
frame,
Shimano
brakes/gears, dual disc brakes,
extras, recent tune. Please call
970-596-1557 (2/11).
THINK YOU MAY HAVE A
DRINKING PROBLEM? There
are weekly AA meetings throughout the Western slope. For meeting times & locations, please call
970-245-9649 or 888-333-9649,
or go to www.aawesterncolorado.org. (2/4).
DVD/BLURAY MOVIES FOR
SALE! Almost 100 titles! Includes
a Magnavox 19” color TV & Sony
DVD
player!
ALL
in
EXCELLENT/PLAYED ONCE condition! $1,000s invested! ALL for
ONLY $200! Hurry won’t last long!
Please call 970-596-1557 today!
I.S.O.: A humidifier, cheep or free
would be ideal! Call 815-9858200. (2/4).
CLASSIC, STURDY, ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING TABLE with
tilt mechanism. $450 obo. 2754852 (2/4).
TO GIVE AWAY: Does anyone
need parts for an older upright
Kirby vacuum? Or want to work on
it? Call 596-2880 and leave a
message. I will call you back.
(2/4).
CRAFTSMAN TOOL
$100, 417-8996. (2/11).
Every Day’s A Great Day for
Sending Fresh Flowers,
Green Plants,
or a Gift Basket
Valentine’s Week is
February 9th - 14th
Celebrate Your Love
ALL WEEK LONG!
BOX:
Fullmer’s
Ace Hardware
has
Western Wood Pellets,
$4.00 per bag!
970-641-1212
www.fullmerace.com
(2/4/12)
Exquisite Roses, Fragrant
Bouquets,
Colorful Flowering Plants
MISTY MOUNTAIN FLORAL
147 N MAIN STREET
GUNNISON
970-641-5102
“Your Downtown
Main Street Florist”
(2/4/48)
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. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Scarpa Skookum AT
ski boots, 27.5, heat moldable liners, $50. 349-5190. (2/4).
GUNNISON SAGE GROUSE TSHIRTS are available at Pat’s
Screen Printing. Sponsor local
conservation efforts with beautiful
local artwork. (2/4).
3RD ANNUAL ALLEY LOOP
REEBDONKADONK FAT BIKE
RACE presented by Oskar Blues,
and the 29th Annual Alley Loop
Presented by WSCU. Friday,
February 6th is the 3rd Annual
REEBdonkadonk Fat Bike Series
Finale and one helluva good time
on Elk Avenue with Fat Tires, hilarious costumes, and a sight to
behold!
To register, go to
www.cbchamber.com. The Alley
Loop Pub Ski follows the Fat Bike
Race, then Saturday it’s the 29th
Annual Alley Loop. Volunteers
needed, and registration and all
the race info can be found at
cbnordic.org. (2/4).
LIFT CHAIR: 5 year old Pride
brand Lift chair. Lightly used,
upholstery cleaned 1/19 by
QuickDraw. Fits adults 5’10” and
taller. Used for those unable to sit
or stand. $500. 641-5554. (2/4).
C :5 2 J 6 3 C F 2 C J E 9 _ FOR SALE: Remington AR-15,
camo stock, tactical case, custom trigger & cock lever, some
ammo. $1200. 209-2449. (2/4).
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TABLE SAW FOR SALE: Delta
Contractor’s Model 10, 10 inch,
1.5hp. motor, heavy duty, $150
OBO, 970-210-4750. (2/4).
CHAMPION 1500 WATT GENERATOR FOR SALE: used only
one time, like new. $175. Call
641-4184 (2/4).
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PEDESTRIAN SAFETY:
use
crosswalks to cross the street don’t cross the street mid block in
traffic. For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department 641-8200. (2/4).
TWO FLAGSTONE COFFEE
TABLES: 3x2’ $115; 2x2’, $90.
275-4852. (2/4).
BICYCLE LAWS: When you’re
riding a bike you are NOT a
pedestrian! For more information, contact the Gunnison Police
Department at 641-8200. (2/4).
(2/11).
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. (2/4).
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. (2/11).
GARMONT G-RIDE AT/backcountry ski boot. size 27.5 (I wear
a size 10 street shoe). Great
shape. Rarely used. $80, call
970-209-5649 (2/4).
W.T.B: child’s bookcase with
front facing book bins, or a “sling”
bookcase. 970-596-2216 (2/4).
WIN $200 FOR SUPPER AT
THE SUNFLOWER when you join
KBUT’s Early Birds before
February 9th. Support community
radio in the Gunnison Valley, and
you could win! (2/4).
LEFEVRE
ACCOUNTING
COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING,
SALES TAX
FOR SALE: 2 - 8x10ft. heavy galvanized elk panels, $150/both.
275-4852. (2/4).
NON PROFIT
AND PAYROLL SERVICES
SCOTT LEFEVRE
[email protected]
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Hard & Soft Woods
970-424-2936
970-901-6648 cell
(2/4/7)
(2/4/18)
FOR SALE: snow blower tire
chains, $10. 349-5190. (2/4).
HITACHI
FRAMING
GUN:
NR83A, siding gun VT16540,
$200/both. 641-2123. (2/11).
DREW MURDZA
Is Offering Violin,
Flat Pick Guitar and
Mandolin Lessons
All Ages
596-9603
(2/4/21)
Financial Advisor
Services offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC
FOR SALE: Marlin semi-Auto .22
rifle with scope. Also Remington
pump-action .22 rifle with scope.
$150 each or $300 for both
OBO. .22 ammo included if set is
purchased. 970-417-8418 (2/4).
ANTLERS
WANTED TO BUY
Deer, Elk, Moose.
All Kinds
Shed or Racks.
White or Brown.
Traders Rendezvous
Gunnison
641-5077 or 641-6999
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)
LAS EXPERIENCIAS POSITIVAS tempranas son esenciales
para un éxito futuro en la escuela,
trabajo, y la comunidad. Los servicios a los niños pequeños que
tienen riesgo de retrasos en el
desarrollo han demostrado un
impacto positivo en el desarrollo
del lenguaje y la comunicación. Si
quiere una lista de los establecimientos locales con licencia,
pase por la oficina de Servicios
Familiares ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) o eccgh.org
(2/4).
WANTED: STATIONARY BIKE:
Would need to be able to adjust
tension on pedals and read distance traveled. No Junk please
and fair price. Phone 254-3773396
or
email
l o s c re e k r a n c h @w i l d b l u e . n e t
(2/4).
HARDCOVER BOOKS - TELL
ME WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING
FOR! 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!
BICYCLE LAWS: Try to ride single file; You can ride 2 abreast but
you can’t impede traffic. For
more information, contact the
Gunnison Police Department at
641-8200. (2/4).
¡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. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Canon t5i DSLR
camera, extra lens & access.,
$700; queen bedroom set $300;
LaZBoy sleeper $300; grandfather clock; powered recliner
$150; dining room table $100;
mirror $50; Trek bike $75;
Definitive Technology sound system $900; Yamaha keyboard
$50. Cash only. Jeff 970-6414602. (2/4).
GARMONT MEGARIDE 4 buckle
AT boots. Lightweight. brand new
zip fit liners. size 24. $200. 3491321. (2/11).
PEACE IS PATRIOTIC! Fifteen
minutes for peace every Friday at
noon, Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (2/4).
BROTHER CS6000I SEWING
MACHINE with 60 built-in stitches, 7 styles of 1-step auto-size
buttonholes, quilting table, and
hard cove. Runs great. $125.
970-275-8910. (2/4).
FREE
CLOTHES:
Men’s,
Women’s and kids, also some
household goods. Call 970-2096046 for details. (2/11).
“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 prospects.” The Patriot
Post. Robert Tim Allen 596-8977.
(2/25).
INTERESTED IN LEARNING
FRENCH? Or ARABIC?
Serious Inquiries Only, Please
Call 970-209-9478
(2/11/pd/12)
JUST IN TIME
for
Valentine’s Day
Pendelton
25% OFF
Men’s Home and
Accessories
BASICS FOR MEN
100 North Main St.
642-4223
(2/11/21)
BICYCLE LAWS: Follow all traffic laws: ride on the RIGHT side of
the road; STOP for stop signs.
For more information, contact the
Gunnison Police Department 6418200. (2/4).
FOR SALE: 49ft. performance
sailing catamaran Sea Level.
Shcionning Design. World traveler.
$495,000.
OBO
[email protected] (2/4).
WICKER BLINDS FOR SALE:
26” wide 47” long. Ten total,
darker redwood color. Call Liz
497-0787 (2/4).
MOUNTAIN BIKE: used Scott
Genius LT 26inch wheels, size
medium, full suspension. $1500.
970-390-4861 (2/4).
(2/11).
GOLD AND SILVER: turn your
oldD rings, earrings, chains into
dollars. Silver Queen Jewelry,
134 North Main, Gunnison,
641-9021. (2/4/19).
A > 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.
(2/11/pd/14)
FULLMER’S ACE HARDWARE
AND THE AMERICAN LEGION
have teamed up by having a box
(by the front door) where you can
drop off all unserviceable US
Flags. (2/4).
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. (2/4).
970-349-5161
OLD DIESEL TRUCK WANTED:
970-901-7369 (2/11).
BEAUTIFUL OAK & LEATHER
RECLINER: like new, 1 year old.
Paid $1500 new, asking $700
OBO.
Call
970-964-4462,
Montrose. Leave message.
(2/11).
RIGID K38 DRAIN TOOL: $50,
417-0109. (2/11).
LOOKING FOR: Do Bak uniform
for a 10 year old boy in need for
Tae Kwon Do. Do you know of
anyone who would be willing to
donate one or sell one inexpensively? If so, please call Darlene at
642-4680. (2/11).
GUNNISON FARMERS MARKET SEEKING NEW BOARD
MEMBERS: Do you like food,
farming, people, and your community? Are you seeking volunteer experience, or just something new to put your energies
into? The Gunnison Farmers
Market Board is seeking new
members for our working board.
Our annual meeting will take
place February 9, 2015,
5:30pm at Gunnison Vitamin &
Health Food Store, upstaris. so
think about it... Keep posted here
in The Shopper, or follow us on
Facebook. (2/4).
Let Us Sell Your
ATV or Snowmobile
Only $75
Sun Sports Unltd
641-0883
(2/4/13)
BIG AGAVE PLANT in a nice clay
pot. large, hearty plant. $20; 2
big clay pots with nice designs.
$5 each. 349-1321 (2/4).
RENTAL CARS JUST $20 PER
DAY with any automotive service
at Precision Automotive 6414040 (2/4/14).
Please Come and
Celebrate Valentine’s Day
with us Amigos!
FOR AN UPDATED LIST OF
LICENSED
CHILDCARE
PROVIDERS, look on the
Gunnison
Hinsdale
Early
Childhood Council website,
eccgh.org, or come by Public
Health for a copy. 641-0209
(2/4).
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. (2/4).
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. (2/4).
HAVING TROUBLE PAYING
FOR YOUR BIRTH CONTROL?
Have you been thinking of getting
tested for an STD but didn’t know
where to go? The Gunnison
County Public Health Family
Planning Program is here to help
with these and other services! Call
641-0209 to make a confidential
appointment today. Fees dependent on income, no person is
turned away for inability to pay.
(2/4).
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. (2/4).
FEBRUARY
DINNER SPECIAL
TRY
OUR
our new dish for TWO called
“El Molcajete” for $25,
includes soup or salad.
El Paraiso
112 S. Main
641- 4957
Family Mexican Restaurant
JUST SOUTH OF LIGHT
ON MAIN & TOMICHI
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!
(2/4).
¿TOMA POR LO MENOS 8
vasos de agua todos los días?
Los líquidos son muy importantes
para un cuerpo saludable, el agua
ayuda a regular la temperatura
del cuerpo, alivia la constipación,
mantiene a los ojos, la nariz, y la
boca húmedos, y lleva a las substancias nutrientes y las medicinas a los lugares indicados. (2/4).
BEAUTIFUL OAK ANTIQUE DINING SET! ONLY $400 OBO! Solid
oak table w/4 matching upholstered chairs, 1930-40’s era, pullout leaves, in VERY EXCELLENT
condition for its age, compare
over $1,500 NEW! Please call
970 596-1557 today! (2/11).
THERE IS NO riding of bicycles,
skateboards, or scooters on the
sidewalks downtown. Fine $25.
Brought to you by the Gunnison
Police Dept. (2/4).
IMPROVEMENTS
& CONSTRUCTION
We specialize in all types of
new construction and remodeling.
“Foundation to Finish”
Since 1994
Enercept Structural Insulated Panels Dealer
Contact Angelo Archuleta, 970-209-3199(cell)
[email protected]
Financing is available to qualified
borrowers with fixed or adjustable rates,
interest only payments during construction,
one application and one closing!
Construction
financing available...
1-year ARM
2.875%/3.568% A.P.R.
*
Built by...
HIGH MOUNTAIN
303 N. Main
Each depositor insured to at least $100,000
Backed by
the full faith
and credit
of the
United States
government
641-2177
www.gunnisonsl.com
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation=www.fdic.gov
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. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Ride Control 158cm
snowboard. Good base. 51 50
bindings mounted. $200 OBO.
Call Taylor 720-425-2488. (2/4).
HIGH MOUNTAIN
WOULD YOU LEAVE MONEY,
CASH, OUTSIDE ON THE SIDEWALK UNATTENDED? That’s
what you’re doing when you leave
your bike unlocked. Bicycle thefts
can be stopped by using a bicycle
lock. The average bike lock costs
$20, much cheaper than a new
bike. Isn’t your bicycle worth it?
(2/4).
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CRS, GRI Broker
998 County Road 730
Gunnison, CO 81230
NEED TO SELL: 2 bedroom trailer. $15,000 OBO. Rental option
available, $600/month. No pets,
no smoking.
970-596-2523.
970 -641-1900
Search other Gunnison
County listings at
(2/18/pd/18).
www.monarchrlty.com
email: [email protected]
(2/11).
ROOMMATE NEEDED: 2 bed/1
bath, $375/month utilities, W/D
on site, very near bus stop. Must
be clean. Text/call 970-250-3857
(2/4).
I.S.O. A ROOM TO RENT: I am
middle aged woman/non smoker/FT time job. I have no pets but
welcome yours. Temp. situation
till May, can pay $350 a month.
720-203-2279 (2/4).
LOOKING TO RENT: an apartment/house for May - July 2015.
Two females, age 19, close to
campus preferred. One or two
bedroom OK. Text 303-809-7663.
(2/11).
ROOMMATE WANTED: to share
a 2bd 2 bth home, DW/WD, 2 car
garage with yard, close to bus
stops, $600 a month plus half of
utilities, first and deposit req. 970456-3897 for info (2/11).
LOOKING FOR an apartment in
Gunnison that allows 3 month
leases or a month to month room
in a nice house starting the first
week of May. No pets and I do not
smoke. 19 year old male, student
at Western so would like it to be
close to campus. Text me @ 970986-7203 (2/4).
HOUSING NEEDED BY THE
FIRST: This is pretty much my
last resort. I’ve got two couches I
can crash on from time to time
but that’s not enough. I used to be
a Sous Chef at a sushi bar, so I
can cook a little and do chores.
[email protected], 970901-7859. (2/4).
RESPONSIBLE MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: up at Lake
Irwin, $350/month incl. everything. Share with 1 person. No
pets. Snowmobile available. Call
for more info., 970-901-6689.
(2/4).
LOOKING TO BUY: 3-10 acres to
build a self-sustainable farm.
Within 10-15 miles of Gunnison.
Cash. 847-322-0657 (2/4).
SPACIOUS NEW 1 BEDROOM
APT. in Gunnison, washer, dryer,
deck, tile counters. Perfect for
single or a couple. Energy efficient. Avail. March 1 for long term
lease. No pets, no smokers.
$700 mo. call 349-6337.
FOR RENT: Roomy 2 bedroom, 1
bath
Willows
Condo
with
washer/dryer. Available now until
mid- May. $600 a month plus utilities.
Apogee
Property
Management
970-641-8844,
[email protected] (2/4/28).
ONE OR TWO ROOMS TO
RENT in nice house by Hartman
Rocks. Clean. Responsible renters
only. $390. 209-8752. (2/4/18).
SEEKING
HOUSING!
Responsible male, graduate from
Western moving back from
Florida. Text or call if interested.
904-881-0151 (2/11).
DOS RIOS HOME FOR RENT:
Four bedrooms, 2.5 baths,
study/office, bonus room. Twocar garage. Backs hay meadow.
Gas fireplace, jetted tub. Southern
exposure. Views of Hartman
Rocks and W Mountain! Water
paid. No smoking. Dogs ok with
additional deposit. Move in date
negotiable. $1,800/mo. 970-2752215 (2/4/pd/47).
FURNISHED
VACATION
HOMES: available Nov 20-May 31
or month to month, no pets, no
smoking, please call 970-6411663 (2/4/18).
FURNISHED LOFT APARTMENT: $600/month includes utilities. No pets. Almont Resort
641-4009. (2/4/12).
DO YOU NEED ACREAGE (UP
TO 40)? Just north of town and
300’ off valley floor, unlimited
water supply, forever views. 2099075, 641-4177. (2/4/23).
FOR RENT: Beautiful executive
home on the Gunnison River, minutes from town, 3 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath, 3 car garage, upscale
appliances, 2 fireplaces, lawn
maintenance and snow removal
included, $2,250 plus utilities.
Water and sewer included. Long
term lease available now! Apogee
Property Management 970-6418844, [email protected]
(2/4/48).
MASTER BR SUBLET: Gunnison
$425/mo., no pets/smoking.
970-275-0323. (2/4/10).
FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF
TODAY REALTY’S AVAILABLE
RENTALS please visit our website
www.todayrealtyinc.net or call Joe
970-641-0077. (2/4/18).
Apartments For Rent
Affordable Housing
970-641-5429
Apply in person at
600 North Colorado
Gunnison, CO
HUD Section 8 Apartments
2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. Rent based on income
& assets. Example: Gross annal household
income $12,000, your rent would be
approximately $281 per month.
Equal Opportunity Housing
BUILDING FOR SALE: 9000
sq.ft. Newer, nice retail space.
Call 970-275-8146 for details.
(2/4/13).
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
(2/4/35)
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. (2/4/46).
FOR RENT: nice 3 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath townhome with garage
in Gunnison at Golf Course.
$1200/month. 970-641-4880.
(2/4/pd/19).
RESPONSIBLE ADULT MALE
SEEKING 1 bedroom apartment
for rent ASAP. Moving back to
Gunnison and need a place to
make a home. 303-261-2684
(2/4).
ANTELOPE HILL MH LOT FOR
SALE CHEAP, great views, .21
acres, taps paid, $24,395 or
$350/month owner carry w/$0
down, 209-5308. (2/4/23).
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INCOME PROPERTY: 5 rental units for sale close to
WAREHOUSE/CONTRACTOR’S DREAM SHOP a 905 W.
campus at 107 N. Teller for $375,000. Excellent rental Evans for $399,000. Includes 6997sf metal building with
history & income. Live in the main house & get rental
in-floor heat, offices, restrooms, kitchenette, storage,
income from the other 4 units to pay your mortgage!
& city utilities. Call Cathie for details.
*** *** HORSE PROPERTY with plenty of room for 4-H projects. FAIRWAY CONDO just a chip shot from the golf course
This like-new 3 bdrm/2 bath, 1742sf home borders
at 103 Shavano Dr D6 for $153,000. Includes 3 bdrm/
public lands & is less than a mile from Blue Mesa Lake.
3 bath, 1 car attached garage, built in 1994, yard area,
Located on nearly 20 acres, this property features
great condition.
minimal covenants, greenhouse, large detached 2 car
*** garage, & plenty of storage; 31583 Hwy 149; $250,000
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO BUILD YOUR DREAM
*** HOME? W Mountain homesite on S. Taylor features
CHARMING LOG HOME with huge warehouse/storage
excellent views of W Mtn, .27 acre, level, and ready for
building, no covenants, fenced & gated ¾ acre in Ohio
your new home; $74,000.
City at 8639 CR 76 for $230,000. Get details & see
*** photos at www.clarkeagency.net
BUILDING LOT WITH VIEWS at the end of Esty Ln for
*** $139,900; 23 acres overlooking the Ohio Creek Valley
EXCELLENT STARTER HOME: The seller is finishing up
& bordering public lands.
on more remodeling to make this 1250sf house even
*** more gorgeous! Includes large, detached 2 car garage, COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, fenced, Hwy 50/Tomichi Ave
.34 acre, & easy access to both Gunnison &
visibility, 100 Blk S. 11th St; $110,000
Crested Butte; 45 Debby Way; $185,000
*** *** BACK NINE GOLF COURSE LOT for just $99,000.
BORDERS PUBLIC LANDS: 4 bdrm/2 bath home
Includes house plans & possible owner financing;
features 1008sf on each level, 1.2 acre just 10 minutes
1099 Fairway Ln.
from Gunnison at 854 Antelope Rd for $233,000.
*** *** 10+ INDUSTRIAL ZONED LOTS at Bidwell &
GUNNISON RIVERFRONT HOME at 529 Tomichi Tr
S. 12th for $209,000. Close to the airport.
features 1.5 acres, 2753sf home, 3 car heated garage,
*** granite & marble countertops, sunroom, high-end
FOX MEADOWS lot. Great building site for the horse
fixtures & finishes. Take an online virtual tour at
lover. 3.9 acres with additional common ground for
www.clarkeagency.net; $885,000
$69,000. Owner financing available.
NICE, QUITE, CLEAN 2BDRM
APT
IN
GUNNY: Large,
washer/dryer hookup, DW, storage unit, end unit. No pets, no
smk, 2 people max. References
checked. $750/mo incl. utilities.
Karen 209-5943. (2/4/31).
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).
FOR RENT: 2 story, 2 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath with dishwasher, washer/dryer, wood stove. No pets.
$795 plus utilities. Pat 970-6413809. (2/4/22).
MASTER BR SUBLET in 3 BR
condo. NS/ NP. $425/month
includes utilites. 970-275-0323.
HOME FOR SALE: 2100 sq. ft.,
6.8 acres, 3/3/2, large kitchen,
granite counter tops, hardwood
flooring, great patio, beautiful
views. Must see! $320,000. 207
Mountainside Drive, 719-2513644. Will pay attractive referral
fee if bring buyer. (3/25/pd/35).
commercial
realestate
SHOP SPACE FOR LEASE:
Signal Peak Industrial Park, 2
units at 1000 sq.ft. Can be combined. 970-988-9795. (2/4/17).
SMALL RETAIL SPACE ON
MAIN
STREET: 596-0848.
(2/4/7).
(2/11/14).
FOR RENT: Available soon, 2
bedroom apartments. 1 year
lease. $650 plus electric & gas.
First, last & security deposit. No
pets. 412 N Iowa St., Phone 970901-9263. (2/4/26).
8 COMMERCIAL LOTS directly
across from airport. Fenced.
$399,000 OBO. S 12th ST. Lots
14-21 BLK 6 RIO GRANDE ADDN.
Contact [email protected]
(2/4/pd/23).
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(2/4/19).
FOR RENT: Immaculate 2 BR/1
bath condo on Golf course.
Ground level unit. no smoke or
pets. first, last and security. Avail.
Feb. 15. $825 plus elec. Pls. call
970-349-7088 (2/4/pd/31).
www.todayrealtyinc.net
MOTIVATED
12299 W Highway 50
WONDERFUL 6.43 ACRE TRACT
overlooking the beautiful Blue Mesa Lake and
the spectacular Dillon Pinacles! You and your
family will enjoy the comfort of this large ranchstyle home! 3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths $199,000!
410 S Taylor
Huge beautiful luxurious 5 br 3 1/2 bath home
in one of Gunnison's finer neighborhoods.
Huge open living room with high ceilings.
Huge master suite on main level $482,000!
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!
TWO OFFICE SPACES COMING
UP FOR LEASE: second story
Main and Tomichi prime downtown
location. Call Suzann 641-4724.
(2/4/18).
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. (2/4/33).
BUILDING FOR RENT: 9000
sq.ft. Newer, nice retail space.
Call 970-275-8146 for details.
(2/4/13).
301 S. 2nd, #65
304-306 W. Tomichi
of Gunnison, Inc.
or After hours 970-209-0077
(2/4/25).
This adorable 3 Bed,
2 Bath cabin has a back
deck overlooking
Quartz Creek. Very
well maintained
home with upgrades
throughout. Pitkin is the perfect base for many
outdoor recreational opportunities.
$215,000 Call Erich
4 - HALF ACRE RESIDENTIAL
LOTS: 55-95K, great pole barn
on one, trees, meadow, half mile
from town. 209-9075, 641-4177.
600 W. Tomichi Ave.
Gunnison, CO 81230
970-641-0077
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
312 State St, Pitkin
TODAY Realty
(2/25/35).
Palisades Apartments
1 BED/BATH APARTMENT FOR
RENT: Part of a duplex, includes
shared washer and dryer. No pets
in this unit, no smoking of any
kind. Just blocks from the college
and bus stop. $575/month+utilities. Serious inquires only. Call or
text 970-497-0218. (2/4/43).
WELL CARED FOR & MOVE IN READY
Dos Rios home with 4 expansive
bedrooms, 3 bath, 2 car attached
garage, vaulted ceiling, new
flooring, large fenced yard on
½ acre lot, covered front porch,
and recreation/entertainment room;
521 Fairway Ln; $340,000
NATURAL
3 BDRM/
LIGHT filled
2 BATH HOME
home features
bordering open
paved
space/ public
driveway,
lands at 826
large yard,
Antelope Rd for
storage shed,
$185,500. Great
home at great
4 bdrm/3 bath plus home office/guest
room, 2 car garage, ½ acre lot, hardwood price! Includes oversized 2 car detached
garage & plenty of off street parking for
floors, all in top notch condition;
RV, camper, etc.
952 Fairway Ln; $370,000
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).
Matt Robbins
ROOMMATE NEEDED ASAP:
Pretty much on campus and only a
block away from RTA stops and
cheap rent!! Please text/call 970946-9398 for more details!
BUY OF THE WEEK
FOR RENT: Convenient 2 to 3
bedroom, 1 bath duplex, fenced
area for pet, lawn maintenance
included, long term, $700 a
month plus utilities.
Apogee
Property Management 970-6418844, [email protected]
INCREDIBLE IRRIGATED 35
ACRE PARCEL with Ohio
Creek frontage, outstanding
water rights, and stunning
views. Excellent fishing, prime
hay production, perimeter and
cross-fencing, and power is in
to this property making it
ready for your custom home,
barns & outbuildings. This
gorgeous acreage is a mere
3.5 miles north of Gunnison.
$399,500.
Comm uni ty B roke rs
Serving Gunnison & Crested Butte
131 North Main, Gunnison, CO 81230
Call Now! (970)641-1188
Great investment
Affordable, well-kept
property in a prime
3 Bed/2 Bath mobile
Highway 50 central
home (no land) with a
business district location. comfortable floor plan
This property is currently & fully furnished living
occupied as a two story
room & kitchen.
professional office
Located close to schools,
building. Many recent
downtown & the
upgrades. $750,000
Gunnison River. $43,500
Call Tom
Call Joey
271 Seneca - 35+ Acres irrigated hay meadow with deeded water. 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath Log home, outbuildings & corrals. No covenants. $699,000 Call Jay
Ideal golf course frontage on the 11th Fairway of the Dos Rios Golf Course. Building site is 0.4 Acre. Best value on the golf course! $115,000 Call Erich
Big views of Blue Mesa Lake, the Pinnacles & mountains north. A mostly level, 2.31 Acre parcel of land to build a cabin or to camp. $99,900 Call Tom
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, february 4, 2015
VIBRA STRIKE CONCRETE
POWER SCREED: with 4-stroke
Honda motor, $500 OBO. 2096057. (2/11).
FOR SALE: Weil-McLain hot
water boiler. 90% efficiency,
175K BTU, capacity 3,000 sq. ft.
home. Used only 6 years. New
$4,300, will sell for $1,100. 2754852 (2/4).
COAL
Excellent
Lump and Oiled Stoker
$115/ton
Nut also available.
Best In Years.
Paonia
970-527-4434
(2/25/pd/16)
TWO PYRANHA KAYAKS: $150
ea. 765-1465. (2/4).
AAA
APPROVED
AUTO
REPAIR: Request an appointment
online at precisionauto.net.
DID YOU LOSE SOMETHING?
Please search our Lost & Found
Section in the Gunnison Country
Shopper. The good people of
Gunnison County want you to get
your stuff back! (2/4).
(2/4/10).
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! (2/4).
FOR SALE: Salewa 10-pt. crampons, lightweight & adjustable,
$30. 349-5190. (2/4).
THE CENTER FOR ADULT &
FAMILY EDUCATION (CAFE)
offers English classes for speakers of other languages; M&W, 6-8
pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th Street.
$10 fee for the term. Children are
welcome too! Call 970-641-7684
for more information. (2/25).
FOR SALE: Crib, folding and
portable; excellent condition,
white, sturdy, Gerry brand, clean
with mattress and mattress cover.
$45. Call 641-1166 and please
leave a message if need be.
PRECISION AUTOMOTIVE, celebrating 30 years in business.
Servicing all makes & models.
Call 641-4040 for an appointment. (2/4/16).
FOR SALE: Empire 25 1/2”T x
21”W x 6 1/2” D; ventless, $49.
417-0109. (2/11).
FOR SALE: 4 shelf wooden bookcase approx. 4ft x 4ft; $25; call
970-261-6317 (2/11).
LAVA LAMP FOR SALE: Oh
yeah, you remember them.
Perfect condition. Purple colored.
You’ve got to have one for $15.
480-415-4380 (2/4).
Carpenter For Hire.
New construction, remodel, tile.
30 years experience.
Call Kevin 970-209-3453
(2/25/pd/13)
VEN A COMPARTIR UNA HISTORIA Y A APRENDER INGLÉS
CON TU HIJO(A) EN LA BIBLIOTECA DE CRESTED BUTTE.
Niños de 18 meses a 3 años los
miércoles a las 11 de la mañana;
Niños del preescolar 3 a 5 años,
los miércoles a las 2:30 de la
tarde. (2/4).
STAIRMASTER:
commercial
free
climber
4200PT.
Sports/medical products, L.P.
Paid $2400, asking $650 OBO.
719-251-3644. (2/4).
MOUNTAIN
BIKE:
Rocky
Mountain Carve, 19”, blue. $425.
970-275-5414 (2/11).
RIDE NEEDED to Denver on
Monday, February 9th and/or
back on Wednesday February
11th. Will pay for gas. 970-4170446 (2/4).
ARCTIC CAT 2007 M8: 141”
track, upgraded clutching 4272
miles comes with cover $3500
OBO. Triton Elite Ride on/off 2
place trailer $2500 OBO. Will sell
both $5000. Located in Cortez
CO, selling for family, call for
details but transportation may be
included. 596-8815. (2/11).
AT SKI BOOTS: Women’s
Garmont Luster, size 25. Under
12 days of use, great condition.
$200. Call/text 530-263-7459
(2/11).
FOR SALE: Hallet & Davis older
model upright piano; good working condition; refinished with new
stain; $200 OBO; call 970-2616317. (2/11).
FOR SALE: G3 Targa Telemark
bindings. With leashes. Cheap
deal at $25. 349-5190. (2/4).
WOMEN’S MONTBELL DOWN
VEST: medium, very good condition & orange, $35 349-1321
(2/11).
FOR SALE: K2 Coomba skis w/
Fritschi Freeride AT binding 174
cm, $175. 349-5190. (2/4).
BETTY’S CLEANING
Elba Alarcon
970-417-7432
Serving Gunnison County
Residential - Commercial
Job Site
“Spiffy Clean in a Jiffy”
25 GALLON AIR TANK: standard fittings, new in box. $40.
Text or Call 803-600-8020 (2/11).
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
(2/4/26)
IF YOU HIT AN ANIMAL WHILE
DRIVING WITHIN GUNNISON,
please call 641-8000 and report
the accident. The animal involved
will be safely transported to a veterinarian for treatment. Thanks!
(2/4).
Like Us On Facebook Gunnison Country
Food Pantry
(2/4)
WANTED: used Teeter Hangup,
596-2982 (2/4).
GUITAR PICKUP: Fishman humbucking Neo-D Passive Soundhole
pickup. Brand new, $75; recording microphone $25. 970-2755414 (2/11).
(2/4/17)
SPAY AND NEUTER ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE from the
Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare
League. Millions of homeless pets
die every year because there are
simply too many of them. Pick up
an application for assistance at
your veterinarian’s office today or
call 641-1173 for more information. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Dynafit binding guide
leashes, new in package $10.
349-5190 (2/4).
2004 WHITE MAYTAG LARGE
UPRIGHT DEEP FREEZER: lightly used, works great/clean.
Pictures upon request. Serious
inquiries only, $200. 970-5966883. (2/4).
WANTED TO BUY: all guitars,
any condition, used, vintage, etc.
Castle Creek Guitars, 132
North
Main,
641-2747.
(2/4/17).
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. (2/4).
(2/4/14)
NEW IN BOX: heavy duty radiator, #3433 from Ready-Rad
Radiators, orig. bought for a ‘79
Ford Bronco, but will fit many
other vehicles. $200. 596-7416.
(2/4).
OVERSIZED
COUCH
FOR
SALE: Comfy, clean, great for
lounging. good condition. Light
tan and off white. $50. Call 970275-8910. (2/4).
GORGEOUS! Pocket top woodsy
pattern crewel embroidered on
ivory linen drapery panels. 3 prs
84” x 96” 1 pr. 84” x 84”. Take all
- $200 firm. Local: 303-6534178 (2/4).
Avoid the Rush!
26” MAGNAVOX flat screen tv
with dvd player. $75. 349-1321
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
Candles, Frames, Plush, Hearts,
(2/4/33)
Chocolates, and More!
KEY WEBSITES FOR WARRIORS
AND
FAMILIES:
Information on facilities, services
and benefits: www.woundedwarr i o r r e s o u r c e c e n t e r. c o m .
Directory of medical and nonmedical resources: www.nationalresourcedirectory.org.
Information on Defense Centers
of
Excellence:
www.dcoe.health.mil. Servicespecific
information
and
resources:
www.militaryonesource.com. Information and
resources for after-deployment
concerns:
www.afterdeployment.org. Returning service members
(OEF/OIF):
www.oefoif.va.gov. - Al Falsetto,
Veterans Service Office, 6417919. America is free thanks to
our veterans. (2/4).
HOPE & GLORY
JUST IN TIME
for
Valentine’s Day
Pendelton
25% OFF
Men’s Home and
Accessories
BASICS FOR MEN
100 North Main St.
642-4223
147 N Main Street
(2/11/21)
OLD CLASSIC GOLF CLUBS:
assortment of wooden drivers,
woods, irons, putters, leather
bag, $150 OBO. 970-901-0622
ALL WEEK LONG!
Valentine’s Week is
February 9th - 14th
Fabulous Gifts for Every Love
In Your Life
Gunnison
970-641-1638
(2/4/40)
POTTERS/CLAY
ARTISTS:
Opening in a small cooperative
downtown Gunnison studio for a
ceramist, beginning February or
March 2015. If interested, call
Karen for more information at
970-641-3875. (2/4).
WANTED TO BUY: mini excavator in good condition, please call
209-2912 (2/11).
FOR SALE: Size 8AA Salvatore
Ferragamo ‘Lellaz” 1 1/4” heel
pump, noir (black) calf, signature
bow with gold emblem. Worn
twice. Originally $250. Now $50
OBO. Local: 303-653-4178 (2/4).
$200 Split & Delivered
970-765-6032
(2/4/7)
(2/4)
WEST ELK
WINDSHIELDS
Mobile Auto Glass Service
Under New Ownership
LASER ALIGNMENT LB2: laser
level, $250. 209-6057 (2/11).
FOR SALE: 4x4 fiberglass dome
skylight, $20. Vintage oak captins
chair. $75. Arch welder with hood
$125. 641-6352. (2/4).
GATEWAY ERGONOMIC KEYBOARD FOR SALE: $10. 3491321 (2/11).
641-4505
(2/4/16)
DOO THE RIGHT THING! The
GVAWL asks all dog owners to
please clean up after your critters! Doggie poo is not only disgusting, it contaminates water
and soil. It also gives dogs and
their owners a bad rap. Please
pick up the poo, people! (2/4).
FOR SALE: Older PSI compound
bow, 970-901-0622 (2/11).
Fullmer’s
Ace Hardware
has
Western Wood Pellets,
$4.00 per bag!
970-641-1212
www.fullmerace.com
(2/4/12)
LEARN
TO
KITESURF/SNOWKITE: 7.5m
and 10.5m 2009 Naish Cult kites
for sale. Great starter package!
$550 for both! Call Pete 2093173. (2/11).
WANTED: BOWLING BALLS,
any condition, will pay cash. Dan
641-5054, will pick up. (2/4).
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. (2/4).
(2/4).
FOR SALE: Remington 700 custom 375 ultra mag, 2 boxes of
ammo, $2200 firm. 209-2449.
SNOW TIRES! Do you have an
older Ford Escape? These SNOW
TIRES are your size. Nitto SN2
Studless. 235/70 R16 Used one
season. Good condition. $275.
Call 970-275-6677. (2/4).
WATCH BATTERIES, REPAIRS:
Silver Queen Jewelry, 134
North Main, Gunnison. 6419021. (2/4/11).
MOUNTAIN BIKE: used Scott
Genius LT, 26inch wheels, Size
medium, full suspension. $1500.
970-390-4861 (2/11).
TO GIVE AWAY: Does anyone
need parts for an older upright
Kirby vacuum? Or want to work on
it? Call 596-2880 and leave a
message. I will call you back.
(2/11).
LOOKING FOR: large aloe vera
plants. 8 month daughter has
eczema and the only thing that
really helps is pure aloe vera, if
you have plants please call Mary
970-765-4347 (2/11).
THESE ARE NOT ROCK SKIS!
ONLY $100! Almost $1,000
total new! Ladies K2 One Luv’s
w/Marker bindings in excellent
condition! Please call 970-5961557 today! (2/11).
F
or Your Information
Names & Numbers for Gunnison County
Emergencies
Gunnison County
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
FAT BIKE For Sale: Surly
Pugsley, size large. Bike is in
great shape, hardly used. $900,
call 970-209-5232. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Leatherman MultiTool, $15, 349-5190. (2/4).
(2/11).
Celebrate your Love
(2/11).
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE.
Search for any ad in our regular
weekly paper.
www.gunnisonshopper.com.
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. (2/4).
(2/11).
(2/11).
Your Crack is Our Business.
DESA WALL HEATER: 15,00020,000 BTU, ventless, $30. 4170109. (2/11).
Traders Rendezvous
516 West Tomichi, Gunnison
641-5077
Y NOSOTROS HEMOS CONOCIDO y creído el amor de Dios.
Dios es amor. Y el que permanece en amor, permanece en
Dios, y Dios en él. - 1ra de Juan
4:16
Comunidad
Cristiana
Emanuel te invita a su servicio del
dia del Amor y Amistad este 14
de feb, alas 6 pm en El Rodeo.
Why wait?
COMUNÍQUESE CON GUNNISON HINSDALE EARLY CHILDHOOD COUNCIL. o visite
eccgh.org. ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) para obtener
una lista de las guarderías certificadas. (2/4).
CASH TO LOAN
on Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
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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
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Jail
Juvenile Diversion Project
Landfill
Legal Aid
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Literacy Program/
English Classes
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Family Planning
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Road and Bridge
Recorder
Safe Ride
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Treasurer
Weed District
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Post Offices
Almont
Cimarron
Crested Butte
Gunnison
Lake City
Parlin
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641-3653
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349-5568
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641-4676
641-9236
641-8737
641-1418
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Gunnison City
Building Dept.
City Admin./Court
Community Center
Parks & Rec.
Community Devel.
Cranor Hill Sk Area
Crime Stoppers
Finance Dept./Utilities
Fire Marshal
Gunnison Police Dept.
Hearing Impaired
Neighborhood Services
Animal Control
Public Works
Waste Water Lab
Waste Water Treatment
641-8151
641-8080
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641-4655
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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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WALK IN WHIRLPOOL BATH
TUB FOR SALE: has air and
whirlpool jets, hand held shower.
Cost $2500 new. Asking $700
OBO. 641-0210 (2/11).
FOR SALE: custom leather
couch, sectional, grey in color,
11’4” on right section and the
other is 8’6”, has matching
ottoman, first $200 dollars takes,
it in Crested Butte South. 214801-6802 (2/4).
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 (2/4).
JACK OF ALL TRADES
COMPLETE HANDYMAN,
REPAIR
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
AND
MAINTENANCE SERVICES
SCOTT LEFEVRE
[email protected]
970-349-5161
970-901-6648 cell
(2/4/19)
WELL PRESSURE TANK: 44
gal. $200, 970-390-4861. (2/11).
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 (2/4).
FREE: 2 couches in good cond.,
& large entertainment center.
641-0121. (2/11).
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. (2/4).
CORETEC
PLUS
LUXURY
VINYL TILE: Nine unopened cartons of Noce Travertine tile
(32.04 square feet per carton).
Retail is $127.84 per carton
($3.99/square foot). Will sell for
$110/carton
($3.43/square
foot). 641-4955. (2/11).
MOUNTAIN BIKE FOR SALE! GT
Force 1.0 Enduro bike. $1400.
Fox 32 150mm, Fox RP23, xt,
xtr, Mavic 719s, carbon extras.
Call 303-956-5987. (2/11).
SONY DVD/HD PLAYER: excellent cond. $20. Text (pref.) or call
803-600-8020 (2/11).
¿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. (2/4).
WINE/BEER GLASSES: Libbey
8 oz. stemmed. 12 per case.
$20. Call 970-462-4936. Leave
message. (2/11).
VOYAGER SUPERSTOR stainless steel high efficiency gas fired
in floor heaters, good condition.
1) 45 gallon (1998) 2) 80 gallon
(2000) $2,000 for pair OBO.
Pictures upon request. Serious
Inquiries only. 970-596-6883
(2/4).
W.T.B: kids snowshoes for 4’9-ish
kid, sz. 4 boot. Please call 970596-2216. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Raichle All-degree
Lite Gore-tex hiking boots.
Women’s 6.5. New in box. Really
nice. $40. 349-5190. (2/4).
CZ-83 380 ACP for sale Made in
Czech, beautiful, very good plus
condition, $350, 970-368-0905.
2 - 240V FOSTERIA CONSTRUCTION HEATERS: $200
ea. 209-6057 (2/11).
FOR SALE: xcountry ski poles,
58”-66” lengths, $10 ea. 3495190. (2/4).
PROM DRESSES:
Queen B
has formal dresses
in all styles, shapes,
sizes and colors.
New and Used.
Affordable pricing or exchange.
970-209-3316 Barb.
(2/4/29)
(2/11).
ALL HELMETS
ON SALE
ALL THE TIME!
Only at
Sun Sports Unlimited
West Hwy. 50
Gunnison
970-641-0883
(2/4/17)
NETGEAR N300 WIRELESS
USB ADAPTER (Work and Play
model) Up to 300 Mbps. Brand
new, still in box. $25. 970-2758910. (2/4).
GATES ON TRAILS & ROADS:
Please respect all gate closures
and follow any posted signs.
Thanks for Staying the Trail and
Treading Lightly out there! (2/4).
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 (2/11).
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. (2/4).
WANTED: blown in insulation to
repair patch, 2-3ft, regular batted
strips would be fine. 710-1847.
(2/4).
Competitively priced,
Superior build,
Local cabinet/furniture
makers.
Free estimates,
Excellent customer service.
Wyman Woodworks.
970-275-9634.
wymanwoodworks.com.
(2/11/pd/17)
LOOKING FOR: Doctor Who
DVD’s. Old generation, or new.
Call Josh at 970-417-8382. (2/4).
BURTON IMPERIAL SNOWBOARD BOOTS! Used 2013
model, Size 10, black, est,
Vibram soles, some normal wear
and tear but all good! $55 Call
970-209-5649 (2/4).
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 (2/4).
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!
AUTO DETAILING
by ROLANDO
Wash, Wax, Carpet Cleaning,
Interior Steam Cleaning
Call John Roberts
Motor Works
for an appointment
970-641-0920
(2/4/20)
¿SABÍA QUE RECOMIENDAN
QUE LOS NIÑOS visiten al dentista por primera vez cuando
tienen 1 año de edad? Gunnison
Hinsdale Early Childhood Council.
eccgh.org. ECC 641-7913; (en
español: 641-7999) (2/4).
SI MARCA EL 9-1-1 POR ACCIDENTE NO CULEGUE Y MANTENGA LA CONEXIÓN hasta
que el operador le indique. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Refrigerator and natural
gas
stove,
white.
Remodeling, both work fine $200
for both. 970-209-0177 (2/4).
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
(2/11).
(2/11/44)
ROCK TUMBLER: new in box, 2
drums, heavy duty, $60. Text
(pref.) or call 803-600-8020
(2/11).
DESK with medium stained top,
antique white sides 29-1/2’ x 65”,
very good condition. $50. 3499364. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Sako 243 $800; 8gun wood cabinet $200; various
wildlife prints. Tom 901-8122.
(2/4).
FOR SALE: English riding boots,
size 10, all leather appears barely worn. $50. 641-2433 (2/11).
FOR SALE: Yorkville100W mixer
amp,
Alesis
midiverb
4.
$150/both.
970-417-0109.
(2/11).
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. (2/4).
FORD PICKUP BED TRAILER:
good wood hauler, $300. 6416908. (2/4).
FOR SALE: CLIF Shot energy gel
packets. I bought bulk for pricing.
70 cents each. 349-5190. (2/4).
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).
140’ OF CEDAR FENCE: 6’ tall,
$150. Call Jeff at 970-7654593. (2/11).
FOR SALE:
Springfield XD
Subcompact 9mm with original
case and three 13 round magazines $499; Ruger LCP .380 with
original box and 1 magazine
$299. Price includes background
check and transfer fee from Local
Gun Shop. Call Jim at 641-5520.
(2/4).
FOR SALE: 800-900ft. of 3/8”
cable for sale, call for details,
275-4852. (2/4).
FOR SALE: 2004 Lance 915
Truck camper, excellent condition, very little use. Fits long box
heavy duty ton pickup. Queen
bed, wet bath/shower/toilet,
range/oven,
double
sink,
fridge/freezer, great storage,
heater, generator, electric remote
control jacks, A/C, satellite dish.
Tie dn. kit w/quick-release turnbuckles. $13,950. Call for more
details. 641-2433 (2/11).
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. (2/4).
GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR
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Arts.Sports.Food.Festivals.Dances.LiveMusic.Exercise.SeniorsEvent s.School.Libraries.VolunteerOpportunities.WHO?Plays.Work
shops.F u n d r a i s e r s . Races.Clubs.Yoga.To ur s .Education.Bingo.Observatory.WHAT?Museums.Rodeos.Ci
r cu se s. Ma r k ets . F ai r s. W e l l n e s s . WH EN ?R ec ov e r y . R e c r e a t i o n . C hu r c he s. V e t e r a n s . L i b r a r i e s .F a m ilies. A r tOpe ni ng s . P
a r a d e s . W H E R E ? S p o r t s . F o o d . F e s t i v a l s . D a n c e s . C o n v o v c a t i o n s . E xerc ise. S y m p o s i u m s . S c h o o l . R a l l i e s . V o l u n t e e r O p p o r t u n i
ties.Kids.Plays .Workshops.Fundraisers.Races.Clubs.WHY?Tours .Education.Bingo.Observatory.Galleries.Museums.R odeo s . C ir c u s es . M a r
W H O ? W H AT ? W H E N ? W H E R E ? W H Y ? H O W ?
Wednesday, February 4
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, Sunrise Prana Vinyasa 7am
w/Leia, 9am Fit & Fly w/Kate, 4:15pm Hatha
w/Meegan, 5:45pm Teens/Tweens w/Rachel. 513
S. Main St., Gunnison. gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Every Wednesday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Boomers Book Club will meet in the W Mountain
room of the Community Recreation Center at
1:15pm. We will be discussing "Bring Up the
Bodies" by Hilary Mantel.
• Free Meditation class every Wednesday 5-5:20pm
at Main Street Clinic, Gunnison, on the alley.
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th. $10 registration fee. Bring
your children. CAFE 970- 641-7684.
• Community Taizé Service: Open to all. Come &
enjoy this time of quiet & music. Held the 1st
Wednesday of every month, 7pm, at Good
Samaritan, 307 W Virginia, Gunnison.
• 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, February 5
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9am Hour of Power w/
Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia. 513 S. Main St.,
Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Every Thursday (excluding Holidays): Senior's Day
65+, Gunnison Country Food Pantry, 10am-2pm,
321 N. Main St., #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Living Journeys Cancer support group meets the
1st Thursday of every month, at noon,
downstairs at the Community Church. This is an
uplifting gathering. Virginia at 970-641-2530
• Talk to a Lawyer for Free, Thursday Night Bar
(legal advice clinic), first Thursday of each
month, at the Family Services Building, 225 N.
Pine St., Gunnison, 5:30pm. Ellen 641-7999
• Western Pilates at The Sanctuary (513 S. Main
St., Gunnison), www.westernpilates.net. 5pm.
• Talk to a Lawyer for Free, Thursday Night Bar
(legal advice clinic), first Thursday of each
month, at the Family Services Building, 225 N.
Pine St., Gunnison, 5:30pm. Ellen 641-7999
• Women's boxing classes now at the Coachlight
Boxing Gymnasium! $8 drop-in fee. Thursdays at
5:30pm for about an hour. @CoachlightGym on
Facebook, Matt 596-3696.
• The Confidential Advocacy Center (CAC) is
offering peer support groups to women affected
by domestic violence, first & third Thursday, 67pm. 641-2712.
• Thursdays 6:30-8 Lamaze at Colorado Fitness.
Call Ariel for details 970-275-3749.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Daily Reflection,
7pm, 114 N Wisconsin, Gunnison,
aawesterncolorado.org
Friday, February 6
• 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
• 3rd Annual Alley Loop Fat Bike Race & 29th
Annual Alley Loop Presented by WSCU. Looking
for volunteers. Usual pub ski & Nordic Marathon.
Volunteers needed! www.cbnordic.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
• Emotions Anonymous: Fridays 3-4:30pm, The
Center for Mental Health 710 N. Taylor,
Gunnison. 641-0229
• First Fridays Art Walk & Music, 5-8pm @
Downtown Galleries, Gunnison
• The Irie People’s Circus! The Stone Goat Athletic
Club, from 6pm until...? 44 CR 51, Gunnison, Co.
(the old Rockies Gym). Alcohol-free, 21 and
over, 18 with ID and Red Card.
• Inmigrantes Unidos De Gunnison next meeting is
Friday, February 6 at 6:30pm, St. Peters Church
basement, anyone is welcome to our meetings!
Marketa 970-209-1807.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open/Speaker, 7pm, 114
N. Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Saturday, February 7
• 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
• Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday Praise
and Worship 10am; Bible discussion & kids
programing 11am. 77 Ute Lane, 970-209-7911 or
970-234-2336
• Support CB Avalanche Center: Brick Oven Beer
Tasting, 1–10pm, Crested Butte. $25 ($20 for
members). Learn about BEER, win prizes, help
this important local nonprofit raise some cash!
• Paint Your Own Pottery, Gunnison Arts Center, 15pm. www.gunnisonartscenter.org, 970-641-4029.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org.
• Aprespalooza Featuring Matisyahu: Butte 66. 21+
show that begins at 5pm. Enjoy opener Chuck
Grossman at 4pm, and stay tuned for more
Aprespalooza shows.
Sunday, February 8
• 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, Second Sundays
Community Yoga, Gentle Flow with Kadie, 910am. Pay what you can! Restorative w/Karah, 56pm. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• College Goal Sunday, Western State Colorado
University 1-3pm in Taylor Hall Rooms 201 & 205.
Free guidance on ways to pay for college. Carrie
Esquibel at [email protected]
• Paint Your Own Pottery, Gunnison Arts Center, 15pm. www.gunnisonartscenter.org, 970-641-4029.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Sundays, 7pm, 114
N Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Monday, February 9
• KBUT's Winter Membership Drive Starts Today! Be
an Early Bird at KBUT.org - you could win $200 to
the Sunflower! Help keep our drive short. Thanks!
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Prana Vinyasa with
Leia, 12:15pm Aerial with Kate, 5:15pm Iyengar
w/Lynn T. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Daily, 8am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
• Western Pilates at The Sanctuary Studio, 513 S.
Main St., Gunnison, with Kenny Marks. Red Cord
at 8:45am. www.westernpilates.net.
• Every Monday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• GCSAPP - “Marijuana and the developing Brain”.
Workshop examination of the latest research on
Marijuana and its impact on the developing
brain. Gunnison Middle School. Kari Commerford
[email protected]
• Becky Chappell Artist Reception “Crested Butte
Moments" www.crestedbuttearts.org; 349-7487.
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8pm, 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
• Belly Dance Class, Mondays, February 9 - March
16. 7:30-8:30pm. $55/$10 drop-in. Instructor:
Andrea Jessoe. Register: 970-641-4029, 102 S.
Main St., GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
Tuesday, February 10
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Kundalini 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.
• Crested Butte Dance Collective Aerial Fabric
Refresher, 5:30-6:30pm. $10. 970-349-7487
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• Celebrate Recovery Meetings, Tuesday, 6pm, Oh
Be Joyful Church, Crested Butte. 970-596-3846
or go to www.ohbejoyfulchurch.org.
• Western's Black Student Alliance Black History
Month presentation 7pm in the University Center
Ballroom. Presenter Dr. Claire Oberon Garcia.
Everyone welcome. FREE.
• BINGO Tuesdays at the Elks Lodge, Gunnison,
7:30pm
• Alanon/Alateen Gunnison, 7:30pm Tuesdays. The
Last Resort 114 N Wisconsin St. alanon.org
• Western Spring Concerts - Faculty Artist Recital.
Dr. Heather Roberson, soprano; Dr. Martha
Violett, piano. 7:30pm. Quigley Recital Hall.
www.western.edu
Wednesday, February 11
• 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.
• Socrates Cafe at the Gunnison Library. "Does
Unconditional Love Exist?" 10am. Free and open
to the public. 641-3485 gunnisoncountylibraries.org
• Every Wednesday (excluding Holidays): Gunnison
Country Food Pantry, Open 1pm-4pm, 321 N. Main
St #C, Gunnison. 970-641-4156.
• Knights of Columbus will meet the 2nd and
4th Tuesday of every month at Parish Hall.
• Free Meditation class every Wednesday 5-5:20pm
at Main Street Clinic, Gunnison, on the alley.
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8pm, at the Gunnison Elementary
School, 1099 N. 11th. $10 registration fee. Bring
your children. CAFE 970- 641-7684.
• Iceland: Glaciers, Volcanoes, Ice Skating and
Ponies. A slideshow and educational travelogue
presented by Bruce Bartleson at the Gunnison
Library, 7pm. Free and open to the public.
• 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, February 12
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9am Hour of Power w/
Karah, 12:15pm Yoga Mix w/Leia. 513 S. Main St.,
Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Show Your Love with a handmade Valentine card.
Join expert card maker Carol Primus at the
Gunnison Library, 4-5:30pm. Open to all ages
and free. 641-3485 gunnisoncountylibraries.org
• Women's boxing classes now at the Coachlight
Boxing Gymnasium! $8 drop-in fee. Thursdays at
5:30pm for about an hour. @CoachlightGym on
Facebook, Matt 596-3696.
• 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, February 13
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Sunrise Yin
w/Delaney, 5:30pm Aerial w/Kate. 513 South
Main St., Gunnison, www.gunnisonsanctuary.com
• Crested Butte Dance Collective, Aerial
Conditioning: Fridays through April 3, 8:309:15am. $8/class. Center for the Arts 349-7487,
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• Crested Butte Dance Collective, Open Aerial
Dance: Fridays through April 3, 9:15-10am.
$8/class. Center for the Arts 349-7487,
www.crestedbuttearts.org
• FreeCycle Friday, Ute Hall on WSCU campus,
donate or browse FREE items. 720-878-2537.
• 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, February 14
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 9-10:30am; Apres Ski 56pm. Instructors vary. 513 S. Main St., Gunnison,
gunnisonsanctuary.com
T he Deadline for THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR is MONDAY at 10:00 a.m.
• 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
• Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday Praise &
Worship 10am; Bible discussion & kids
programing 11am. 77 Ute Lane, Gunnison. 970209-7911, 970-234-2336
• Senior Sweetheart Dance, 6-9pm at the Elks
Lodge at 123 S. Main St. Multi-generational event
from students to Boomers! FREE! 641-1292
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, 7pm, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
Sunday, February 15
• Sundays @ The Yurt. On the Nordic trail system
at Magic Meadows. Sundays from 10-2.
www.cbnordic.org. Pass required; no pooches.
• River of Lufe Fellowship Church, 92 CR 17,
invites everyone Sunday, Feb. 15 at 10am to hear
a message from God delivered by Minister Larry,
a former street minister from Denver.
• Snowshoe Walk, 1pm at Black Canyon of the
Gunnison National Park @ South Rim VC.
www.nps.gov/blca
• 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 16
• 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.
• Everyone Can Learn English - classes Monday &
Wednesday, 6-8pm, 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 17
• Yoga at The Sanctuary, 7am Kundalini 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.
• Kids Art Camp: A Mighty Jungle: at the Gunnison
Arts Center. 12:30pm-4pm. $35. Pre-registration
is encouraged. 970-641-4029, 102 S. Main St.,
GunnisonArtsCenter.org.
• Medical Marijuana Doctor Day, with Larry
Hannon, MD. Noon-6pm. Comfort Inn, Gunnison.
Healthy Choices Unlimited 720-443-2420
HealthyChoicesUnltd.com
• Knights of Columbus will meet the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of every month at Parish Hall.
• Tax help. Western offering the IRS-sponsored
VITA program. Appointments: 970-943-2276, for
Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3:30-6pm.
Room 113 in the Borick Business Building.
• Celebrate Recovery Meetings, Tuesday, 6pm, Oh
Be Joyful Church, Crested Butte. Call 970-5963846 or go to www.ohbejoyfulchurch.org.
• BINGO every Tuesday at the Elks Lodge, 7:30pm
• Alanon/Alateen Gunnison, 7:30pm Tuesdays-The
Last Resort 114 N Wisconsin St. alanon.org
Daily Happenings
• Alcoholics Anonymous, Open, Daily, 8am, 114 N
Wisconsin, Gunnison, aawesterncolorado.org
A Look Ahead...
• Try Hockey For Free! Sat., February 21st at the
Jorgensen Ice Complex in Gunnison, 9am-12pm.
Ice time is 10am-12pm, the hour before to dress
& answer questions. WeHockey.org/tryhockey
email [email protected] .com
February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month
Please, please, spay or neuter your pets.
If you need financial assistance, contact the Gunnison Valley
Animal Welfare League at gvawl.org or call 641-1173.
GVAWL. Promoting the welfare of companion animals since 1986.
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RHODES
UPHOLSTERY
FREE:
Dometic
refrigerator/freezer
model
RM763 2 door RV style, needs
new absorption cooling unit (or
use as ice box). Heating units
good (120v 12v DC and propane)
cabinet good. 6 cubic foot,
50”Hx24”Wx24”D.
641-5063
(2/4).
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. (2/4).
GAS PRESSURE WASHER:
$100; 641-2123. (2/11).
WORRIED ABOUT DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS IN YOUR
YOUNG CHILD? Call Public
Health for referral information @
641-0209. (2/4).
FOR SALE: Lightweight ATV/raft
trailer. Great shape. $800. 9705 9 6 - 6 8 8 3
[email protected] (2/4).
7,900
Gunnison
Country
Shoppers
every
WEDNESDAY
(2/4)
6-7 PERSON HOT TUB: Vita
Spa, 6 yrs. old, new $9000, hardly used, sell $3050 OBO. 2754852 (2/4).
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. (2/11).
LOCAL
CHURCHES
LOOKING FOR: used metal Tposts, 275-4852. (2/4).
ASS EMBLI ES OF GOD
“The River”
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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. (2/11).
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Free Delivery of
3 or More Cords
I have a mountain to sell!
209-6101
SMARTWOOL
WOMEN’S
SPORT
JACKET: medium,
brown, zip up. barely worn. Lined
and hidden seam pockets. $30.
349-1321 (2/11).
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. (2/4).
WATER METER: $150; 2754852. (2/4).
FOR SALE: used carpet, premium quality, low pile Berber,
approx. 14’x12’ in 3 pieces, exc.
cons. $50. 641-6352. (2/4).
Why wait?
Avoid the Rush!
Celebrate your Love
ALL WEEK LONG!
Valentine’s Week is
February 9th - 14th
Fabulous Gifts for Every Love
In Your Life
Candles, Frames, Plush, Hearts,
Chocolates, and More!
HOPE & GLORY
147 N Main Street
Gunnison
970-641-1638
(2/4/40)
SABÍA UD. Cuando marca el 9-11 en el condado de Gunnison se
pone en contacto con el centro
de policía de despacho. (2/4).
FOR SALE: 1/4 horse utility
pump, $15. 417-0109 (2/11).
HENRY’S RADIO & TV
Sales, Service and Installation
TVs, Stereos, Satellite Systems
641-1453
641-0656
FREE THINNING: For mountain
properties, call for details. 2754852 (2/4).
All Tosh ib a L ED TVs
10 % OFF
Free Pickup and
Delivery
Free Estimates
Furniture, Auto & Marine
TWO MAROON COUCHES:
good shape, 8’3” by 46” deep,
and 6’ by 46” deep. $100 takes
both, OBO. Comfy and soft. 970641-5198 (2/4).
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WANTED: exterior house antenna, please call John 970-9016689. Thanks! (2/4).
(2/11/pd/17)
G3 REVEREND SKIS: w/G3
bindings, 177cm, $100, Dave
275-8325. (2/4).
henrystv.com
SERVING GUNNISON AREA SINCE 1961
1 1/2 miles North of Gunnison on Highway 135
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. 970264-5991 (2/4).
CASH TO LOAN
on Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
Traders Rendezvous
516 West Tomichi, Gunnison
641-5077
(2/4/14)
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.
(2/4).
CHEVY 4.3 LITER V6 VORTEK
2: Complete running motor with
all components, $1,000, 9705 9 6 - 6 8 8 3
[email protected] (2/4).
PROFESSIONAL DETAILING:
Carpet, upholstery shampoo,
buff, wax, complete interior and
exterior.
Call Precision
Automotive for a appointment.
641-4040, precisionauto.net
(2/4/19).
WANTED: I need some batted
insulation to repair my ceiling.
Need pieces 6 to 8’ deep and 24”
wide, enough to cover a 10’ section. call 710-1847 (2/4).
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 (2/4).
Fullmer’s
Ace Hardware
has
Western Wood Pellets,
$4.00 per bag!
970-641-1212
www.fullmerace.com
(2/4/12)
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. (2/4).
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. (2/4).
NEW MODEM: Century link
ActionTec C1000A with WIFI.
Used only 3 months. All wires and
phone jacks included. $50. Call
Cheri 970-349-5169. (2/11).
QUEEN BEDROOM SET: including headboard, mattresses, night
stands, dresser w/mirror, tall
chest. Good condition. $200 or
best offer. 970-641-4519 (2/11).
I.S.O.: Yak Trax, prefer for running. Wmn’s sz 8/9 shoe. 970596-2216. (2/4).
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. (2/4).
LOOKING FOR: need help looking for a firm queen size bed in
good shape and condition. I’m a
67 yr old VET. Had leg amputated
need a larger bed. Fixed income.
970-417-2037 (2/11).
FOR SALE: Kane-May CO2 analyzer, $22, 417-0109. (2/11).
ROCK
COLLECTION
FOR
SALE: includes dinosaur bones,
petrified wood, call for more info.
275-4852 (2/4).
JUST IN TIME
for
Valentine’s Day
Pendelton 25% OFF
Men’s Home and
Accessories
BASICS FOR MEN
100 North Main St.
642-4223
(2/11/21)
DID YOU KNOW WHEN YOU
DIAL 9-1-1 in Gunnison County
you reach a Dispatch Center in
Gunnison? (2/4).
PRIZE MONEY for best recipe
for dish/food item made with
locally sourced meat, veggie
and/or starch. Check local media
for more details or Jonathan at
[email protected] or Michael at
[email protected] (2/11).
SURLEY CROSS CHECK BIKE:
size medium, barely used. $700.
added brakes on the top of the
bars. 349-1321 (2/11).
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. (2/4).
GLASSWARE: Some specialty
beer glasses, lots of water glasses. All great condition. Call Liz
497-0787 (2/4).
LIB TECH 175 skis with bindings, $150 OBO, 970-901-0622.
(2/4).
GUN: 30-06 hunting rifle, excellent cond., w/scope, rings, sling,
hard case, and lock, $350 OBO.
Text (pref.) or call 803-600-8020
(2/11).
gunnison country shopper, february 4, 2015
THE JOB HOTLINE
POWERSTOP: Is hiring a bouncer
for Wednesday nights and misc.
other events. Please submit
resume to Sean or Deven at
Powerstop. (2/11).
109 East Georgia
Gunnison
970-641-0031
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Successful applicant will assist the Vice President in
administering products and services as assigned. CO#6054860
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Duties include ability to service, repair, inspect, and troubleshoot
Fire Sprinkler Systems, Kitchen hood systems and portable fire
extinguishers for new and established customers on a scheduled
basis. Training will be provided but must be willing to become
certified within the first year of employment. CO#6052779
PART TIME MERCHANDISER
The Merchandiser is responsible for obtaining schedule and
order information for assigned accounts and calling on those
accounts in a timely fashion. Merchandiser maintains the
department by reordering merchandise, straightening
merchandise on display, putting up or taking down seasonal
merchandise, counting carryover and performing other tasks.
CO#6042049
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.
GET ELEVATED!
In beautiful Mt. Crested Butte
NOW HIRING!
Currently seeking experienced professionals
for the following positions:
Full/Part-Time Housekeepers & Housemen
for their restaurant 9380 Prime located at 500 Gothic Rd.,Mt. Crested Butte, CO 81225
Applicants, please send resume’ to: [email protected]
ELEVATION HOTEL & SPA 970-251-3000
500 GOTHIC ROAD MT. CRESTED BUTTE, CO
LOST MEN’S BLACK JACKET:
on Co. Rd. 38 by Bambi’s Trail.
Please call if found, 828-4467685. (2/4).
FOUND: iPhone at Mill Creek. Call
to identify. 970-209-0647. (2/11).
lost&found
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS are at
the Gunnison Police Department.
To claim an item listed below
please contact a Neighborhood
Services Officer at 641-8242: 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; 15-0127 Jamis mtn. bike;
15-012 Giant mtn. bike; 15-0133
Mastercard owner Alyson Willson;
15-0187 Dynacraft; 10 speed
bike; 15-0187 Raleigh 10 speed
bike (2/4).
LOST! Black backpack was lost
snowmobiling around the Splaine’s
gulch/Irwin area, had pair of
gloves with music notes, and a
pair or iOS Smith goggles, as well
as some other stuff, 970-2603524. REWARD. (2/4).
garagesales
ONGOING INSIDE MOVING
SALE: 110 Mountaineer Dr.
(behind the rec center) Entire
household must go - all items
priced with tags. Stop by Monday
- Friday, or call 970-964-7036,
970-964-8734, please leave message if not there. Entertainment
center, TVs, tools, hunting equip.,
Christmas, 3 bedroom sets, a
truck, too! (2/4).
INDOOR MOVING SALE - ALL
MUST GO: Feb. 6-8th, 10pm7pm Cannondale mtn bike,
antique oak dining table/chairs,
kitchen/bath, TV/DVD’s, ladies
winter jackets/snowpants clothes,
books/magazines,
queen
matt./box spring & more! 101 N.
10th. St #15, Gunnison, 970-5961557. (2/4).
FIFTEEN
MINUTES
FOR
PEACE: every Friday at noon at
the Oddfellows Park, corner of
Main & Virginia. (2/4).
employment
B
a
MECHANIC/PUBLIC WORKS
MAINTENANCE WORKER: The
Town of Crested Butte is looking
for a Mechanic/Public Works
Maintenance
Worker.
GUNNISON COUNTY EMPLOY- Qualifications: high school diploMENT OPPORTUNITY: CSU ma or equivalent. Journey-level
Extension Program Assistant, experience as a vehicle and equipPart-time, $18.87/hour. For more ment mechanic on CDL vehicles
information about this position, with ASE Certifications preferred.
please visit http://www.gunnison- Must possess a valid Colorado
Commercial Driver’s License
county.org/hr. (2/4).
(CDL) or obtain oneYou
within six (6)
m
months of employment. Ability to
HELP WANTED: someone to operate a variety of equipment
CDLE is an EO Employer/auxiliary
work at Curves 5-7pm
on Monday such as, loaders, backhoes, and
a
or Wednesday. Contact Janet dump trucks. Applicant must be
Allen at 641-7372. (2/4).
able to respond to the Public
Works Yard within one hour.
Position is full-time with benefits,
GUNNISON COUNTY EMPLOYminimum pay $33,582 negotiable
MENT OPPORTUNITY: Assistant
depending on experience. Full job
Finance
Director,
Full-time,
description is available on the
$57,890 - $81,884, plus benefits.
Town’s
website
at
For more information about this
www.townofcrestedbutte.com.
position,
please
visit
Please submit application to Town
http://www.gunnisoncounty.org/h
of Crested Butte, attn: Human
r. (2/4).
Resources, PO Box 39, Crested
Butte, CO 81224 or email
GUNNISON
WATERSHED l o i s r @ c re s t e d b u t t e - c o . g o v.
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Girls Golf Position is open until filled. The
Coach - GHS. Hours are after Town of Crested Butte is an Equal
Employer.
school Monday through Friday. Opportunity
Season runs mid-February through (2/11/146).
May. Experience preferred. Please
contact: Superintendent’s Office, GUNNISON VALLEY HEALTH
Shawna Campos, 800 N. has the following openings, at the
Boulevard, 970-641-7760, scam- HOSPITAL: 1 FT Chief Nursing
[email protected], OR Officer, 1 FT PACU RN, 1 FT
Colorado Workforce 970-641- Warehouse Tech, 1 Temporary
0031 (2/4).
Facilities Tech, 1 PRN Cook, 1 FT
DOUBLE SHOT CYCLERY IS
HIRING! We are looking for an
experienced barista that loves
making a perfect espresso and is
interested in crafting house-made
nut milks, syrups and other goodies. Must be available to work
weekends. It’s a huge plus if
you’re also a cyclist! Drop off
resumes in person. (2/4).
FARMERS INSURANCE, IS
OFFERING A CAREER OPPORTUNITY. We are accepting applications for a full time “Customer
Service
Representative”.
Candidates must have Colorado
Property & Casualty insurance
licenses or secure P&C license
within three months after employment. Good work ethics, sales
skills, computer skills, organization, oral and written communication skills and eye for detail are a
plus. Hourly wage commensurate
with level of experience and commission opportunities. Health
Insurance Benefits available. Mail
resume and references to 234 N
Main St, Suite 1B, Gunnison, CO
81230. (2/18/84).
LOOKING FOR INTERNS to edit
video and maintain social media
calendar. Great opportunity to
work in exciting environment and
potential long term job. Qualified
apply to [email protected]
(2/4).
TIMBERLINE MECHANICAL:
Contracting Service Coordinator.
This is a full time permanent position at our offices. The position
requires good customer service
skills and some computer experience. We offer a competitive
wage, paid holidays, paid vacation, and training. Timberline
Mechanical Contracting Crested
Butte, CO Phone 970-349-5679
Fax 970-349-5828. [email protected] (2/11).
LOOKING FOR: a dog sitter, 6
Feb. til 10 Mar., $100 per week.
Great well trained small active
brown lab. Would do great with
other
dogs.
970-596-2234
(2/11).
a d o p t b l a ke !
HOLIDAY
INN
EXPRESS,
Gunnison, Colorado is looking for
a full-time hourly night auditor.
Hours are 11p-7a. Applications
available at the front desk of the
Holiday Inn Express. No calls. Or
e-mail You may Mike
at
qualify for personalized
[email protected] (2/11).
HELP WANTED: seeking qualified, caring individual to care for
elderly parent for 2 or 3 - 24 or 12
hour shifts. 970-596-0822, 970641-3030. (2/11).
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 Culinary
Manager, 1 FT Life Enrichment
Supervisor, 1 FT Environmental
Services Technician. Please visit
our website for more in-depth
position descriptions, specific
qualification requirements and to
apply online http://jobs.gunnisonvalleyhealth.org, or call HR for
questions
970-641-1456.
(2/4/97).
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] (2/11).
POSITION
AVAILABLE:
Gunnison Savings and Loan is
accepting applications for a FullTime
Savings
Department
Administrative Assistant. Strong
communication skills, ability to
multi-task, and customer service
skills required. Knowledge of windows operating systems, basic
networking, trouble-shooting of
computer problems and general
computer
skills
preferred.
Successful applicant will assist
the Vice President in administering
products and services as
assigned. Position will cover the
Gunnison branch. Benefits and
salary commensurate with experience. Submit resume and letter
of
application
to
Imbra
Taramarcaz, Vice President, 303
N Main Street, Gunnison, CO.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
(2/11/89).
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT:
Asst.
Soccer Coach -CBHS. Season
runs mid August through October.
Experience preferred. Please contact: Superintendent’s Office,
Shawna Campos, 800 N.
Boulevard, 970-641-7760, [email protected], OR
Colorado Workforce, 970-6410031 (2/4).
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Blake, a 5-year-old black lab around 55 pounds,
gets along great with other dogs and kids, and is
even great with cats. He loves people and is a
friendly, happy guy. Call, email,
or stop by to meet him!
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
And by appointment
All animals are current
on vaccinations and
spayed or neutered.
970.641.1173
I N FO @ GV AW L . O R G
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. (2/4/156).
9 8 B AS I N P A R K D R I V E
B e t s y Fo l k e r t h , MSPT
970-641-2118
COLD LASER - MASSAGE
HERBAL REMEDIES & MORE
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE ADVISOR/CUSTOMER
SERVICE:
This position requires excellent
customer service, computer and
problem solving skills. Must be
upbeat and enjoy working in a
team atmosphere. Call 970-596
9999 for interview . (2/11).
KIDS & STUDENTS
WILL WORK
Look below for that
Neighborhood Kid
or Eager College Student
To Do What You
Need Done...
(2/4)
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Asst. Cross
Country -CBHS. Season runs mid
August
through
October.
Experience preferred. Please contact: Superintendent’s Office,
Shawna Campos, 800 N.
Boulevard, 970-641-7760, [email protected], OR
Colorado Workforce, 970-6410031 (2/4).
TIMBERLINE
MECHANICAL
CONTRACTING:
Financial
Manager/Accountant Accountant
needed for full time permanent
position. Strong computer skills,
solid understanding of accounting
concepts,
Experience
with
Microsoft office applications.
Experience with Sage Timberline
preferred. Must also have good
customer service skills. We offer
a competitive wage, paid holidays, paid vacation, & training.
Timberline
Mechanical
Contracting Crested Butte, CO.
Phone 970-349-5679 Fax 970349-5828.
[email protected] (2/11).
GUNNISON
WATERSHED
SCHOOL DISTRICT:
School
Counselor- GHS. This position will
provide academic and education
services, assist with career and
future planning and provide social
and emotional counseling for
grades 9th-12th. Applicants must
be licensed in the state of
Colorado with and endorsement in
Counseling. Salary depends on
education
and
experience.
Position will start in 2015-16
school year. Please contact:
Superintendent’s Office, Shawna
Campos, 800 N. Boulevard, 970641-7760, [email protected],
OR
Colorado
Workforce, 970-641-0031 (2/4).
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. (2/4).
RESPONSIBLE college female
looking for evening or full day
Tuesdays, Thursday, and weekend
babysitting jobs. 8 years of expe
rience, first aid, AED, and CPR
certified. Frequent experience
with newborn children. Available to
help with tutoring and academic
skills. Call/text for more informa
tion 970-819-9337. (2/11).
COLLEGE STUDENT SEEKING
WORK: have experience housesit
ting, petsitting and cleaning hous
es. Can provide references for all
Also looking for any other odd
jobs, plus have extensive cus
tomer
service
experience
Contact Laken 970-817-3270
(2/11).
I CAN WORK! Cleaning inside or
outside, any shoveling or dog sit
ting. I’m 12 years old, not allergic
to anything, and will do any job
with a smile on my face at al
times. 970-596-2496. (2/11).
WORK NEEDED: Hard working
college student looking for work
Ranch hand, odd jobs, physica
labor, MOVING, etc. Call or text
Dylan 720-233-1412 or Emai
[email protected] (2/4).
RESPONSIBLE YOUNG MALE
looking for dog walking opportuni
ties in Gunnison area. Can walk up
to 3 dogs at once, $5 per half
hour. In town only please. Cal
970-596-7181 (2/11).
ranching
8 FOOT ELK FENCE FOR SALE:
call for information! 275-4852
(2/4).
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gunnison country shopper, february 4, 2015
page 16
TWO 2014 SKI-DOO SUMMITS:
800cc, 163” & 154”, 128mi. &
267mi. Covers, many extras. Like
new! Crested Butte. 303-3785005 (2/11).
1993 FORD RANGER: Extended
Cab 4.0 V6. Solid front axle.
Brand new off road tires. Runs
well. Needs work. $1,000 Firm.
970-596-6883 (2/4).
FOR SALE: 1994 Arctic Cat
Powder Special snowmobile,
good shape, $600. 641-4104 or
209-3077 (2/4).
‘95 FORD EXPLORER SPORT:
good condition, needs a clutch,
best reasonable offer, call Marie
970-497-9328. (2/11).
2011 SKI-DOO 800: 163” track.
Powder sled! Only 1600 miles,
$6000 OBO. 970-275-2713
1996 FORD THUNDERBIRD:
Brand new snow tires, belts,filters, plugs, etc. New alternator.
Everything runs great. $2,200
OBO.
970-596-6883
[email protected] (2/11).
(2/11).
2010 POLARIS RZR800S:
excellent condition, lots of extras,
$10,000. 641-6908. (2/4).
1986 ARCTIC CAT440 JAG
F/C. Excellent shape, runs great.
1400 mi. $500 209-9732 (2/4).
15’ LARSON SKI BOAT: motor
needs work, $950. 275-4852.
(2/4).
SKI-DOO SUMMIT 600 hood
w/instruments, seat and rear
lamp $400 for all OBO. 596-9999
(2/11).
1997 GEO PRISM: 4dr., 1.6L
5spd., 184K mi, nice body & interior. Needs some things. $550.
Call for more info., 719-5393368, Salida. (2/4).
PLOW TRUCK/DUMP TRUCK:
1980. 3/4 ton Chevy camper special. Body is rough but runs well!
$4,500. Text if you have any questions, 970-417-2990. (2/4).
FOR SALE: 2000 Chevy Astro
Van, all wheel drive, white,
161000 mi., $2500. Call 970309-3657 for more info. (2/4).
2000 DODGE DAKOTA: $2500,
4x4, quad cab, with shell, 170K
mi., runs great. 641-4992. (2/4).
cars&trucks
1994 FORD RANGER: 2WD,
4cyl, 5spd, $1,700, 169,xxx
miles. New clutch, shocks, waterpump, timing belt, tires. Runs and
drives great! Averaging 32mpg.
Call/txt 248-842-2847, Jim.
(2/11).
ranching
continued from page 15...
LOOKING FOR: corral panels
and/or bum lambs. Please call
970-417-8978 if you have any for
sale! Thanks. (2/4).
PREMIUM BARN STORED HAY:
Grass; Grass/Alfalfa; Alfalfa.
Small squares, large squares
and rounds.
And, also have straw.
970-872-3141.
(2/4/19)
WANTED: short shank hackamore; sturdy tree step mounting
block; H&W horse panels. 6418948. (2/4).
‘95 EXPLORER SPORT: 2dr.,
5spd., 4x4, runs well. $1300
OBO. 596-7416. (2/4).
DIAMOND DRIVE for Arctic Cat,
$200. 417-8996. (2/11).
2005 M7 ARCTIC CAT: 162”,
cash or trade towards 4-wheeler,
or guns. 417-8996. (2/11).
02 RMK 800:
151 track,
$2600, 970-209-5057. (2/4).
FOR SALE: 2010 Polaris
ASSAULT 144” track. Many
extras, $6000, 970-209-0263
(2/4).
MOTORCYCLE BLUETOOTH
COMMUNICATION SET: $175.
Excellent condition. 970-2755414 (2/11).
2001 KAWASAKI: 100cc, runs
excellent, $900 OBO. 417-8996.
(2/11).
FOR SALE: winter horse blanket,
74”, good cond., asking $50
OBO. 641-8948. (2/4).
FOR SALE:
well mannered,
sound, older, bay gelding. Great
on trails, trailers well. Good
w/feet. Easy keeper to a good
home. $500. 641-2433. (2/4).
motorized
2010 SKI-DOO 800 SUMMIT:
163, new motor, $4900 OBO.
417-8996. (2/11).
FOR SALE: 2003 Yamaha
SXViper 700 Deep Snow Special
$1800; Pics available via text or
email. Call for details. 719-2218329 (2/11).
2002 HONDA CR 250: two
stoke! all trail upgrades including
suspension and wheels. Runs like
a two stroke should (faster than
the big heavy 4 strokes..) $2150
obo. 970-275-8240 (2/11).
Let Us Sell Your
ATV or Snowmobile
Only $75
Sun Sports Unltd
641-0883
04 GMC SAFARI VAN AWD: V6
Seats 8, New trans #1224 $6695
641-4040 (2/11/13).
‘02 DURANGO: 4x4, V8, auto,
$2500. 596-7416. (2/4).
99 SAAB 9-3: 5spd, turbo runs
good #1302 $2695 641-4040
(2/11/10).
1985 LIFTED PONTIAC FIREBIRD: AKA the Powerstop car.
Frame, motor and running gear all
off a late ‘90s Dodge 1500 4x4.
360 cubic in motor. Serious
inquiries only. $6500 970-2758240. (2/11).
2000 HONDA ACCORD EX
Excellent mechanical, #1295
$4795 641-4040 (2/11/9).
(2/4/13)
FREE FOR THE HORSE LOVER:
horse magazines. 641-8948.
(2/4).
FOR SALE:
2009 Ski-Doo
Summit X, exc. cond., 2100 mi.,
$5800. 641-6908. (2/4).
1998 POLARIS RMK 700: 153”
track; has new cylinder that needs
put in, could be a fantastic sled
for cheap. Call or text 260-3161641 (2/4).
2002 RMK 800 EDGE Mod sled,
159 track, custom seat risers and
more, cal/tx 4 more info. $2000
OBO, 970-901-0622. (2/11).
2005 M7 ARCTIC CAT: 162,
too much to list, $4000 OBO.
417-8996. (2/11).
1983 HONDA XL 600: street
legal, street tires, needs carbs
cleaned. Was ridden all summer.
$800 OBO. 970-901-0622. (2/4).
1992 YAMAHA PHAZER II 440:
electric start, new battery, starts
every time, needs tune up for altitude. Great ice fishing sled. $500.
720-341-6790 (2/4).
2007 POLARIS 800 RMK
DRAGON: great, lots of power,
low hours, blew ACL so can’t use
it, need to sell! Asking $4500.
Scott 209-0812. (2/11).
ALL HELMETS
ON SALE
ALL THE TIME!
Only at
Sun Sports Unlimited
West Hwy. 50
Gunnison
970-641-0883
(2/4/17)
1994 JEEP WRANGLER: 4WD,
new top, 4 cylinder, manual 5
speed, red, 102,000 miles, runs
great. $6,000 OBO. Call Colt
3039470379 (2/11).
1978 FORD 3/4 TON TRUCK:
4X4, runs well, has topper, 4X4
works well, rough, $1000 OBO.
719-331-2990. (2/11).
2001 TACOMA DOUBLE CAB:
tow pkg., $12,000. Just under
160K mi. Original owner. Power
locks/windows/mirrors, cruise,
4spd auto, V6, 3.4L, ECT Power,
CD/tape, serviced within guidelines. Few cosmetic wear spots.
Cash/cashier check only. 2087 3 1 - 9 9 4 8 ,
[email protected] (2/11).
‘02 VW BEETLE: turbo, gas,
92K, sunroof,m auto, $4000.
209-5616. (2/4).
1955 CHEVY PICKUP: completely rebuilt, call for info.
$8500. 641-6908. (2/4).
1990 TOYOTA: ext. cab truck,
2wd, 4cyl., auto, high miles but
runs great, new: (water pump,
radiator, upper and lower hose,
thermostat, alternator, clutch fan),
two sets of rims one with studded
snow tires, other with summer
tires, contractor topper, around
topper ladder rack. $1600 719331-2990. Would sell separately.
(2/11).
$6950 2004 TOYOTA COROLLA: 71,000 miles. Clean interior/exterior. Regular maintenance.
Studded snow tires and regular
tires
included.
Manual
Transmission. 40mpg on the highway! Never had a single problem!
970-275-6719 (2/11).
1997 NISSAN PATHFINDER:
4x4, manual transmission, V6,
runs well. Brand new AT tires.
$2300 OBO. Ryan 970-901-8411
(2/4).
02 AUDI A6 QUATTRO: 2.7L
Turbo, nice car #1265 $8695
641-4040 (2/11/11).
1996 FORD THUNDERBIRD:
Brand new snow tires, belts,filters, plugs, etc. New alternator.
Everything runs great, $2,200
OBO.
970-596-6883
[email protected] (2/4).
1999 HARLEY SPORTSTER
1200: black and chrome, runs
and rides great, call for details
$4000 719-331-2990. (2/11).
FOR SALE: 1980s Ford Maverick
needs work! $350 OBO, for more
information, call 303-960-5454.
99 RMK 600: $1800, 970-2095057. (2/4).
1996 GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED: V8, 4x4, 167,000 miles.
New cv axles, timing belt, waterpump & tires, bumper & PAAs.
$2700 OBO, not perfect but runs
great. Call/txt 970-901-0622.
SNOW CAT FOR SALE: 1970
Thiocal Imp. $16,000 OBO. Call
Kieth for more info. 349-1817 or
209-3148. (2/4).
(2/4).
(2/11).
2005 SUBARU OUTBACK: 1
owner, $6000, 765-1465. (2/11).
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.
(2/4).
‘74 FORD BRONCO: runs well,
some rust, 302 auto, full soft top,
needs a good home. $2500. 970497-0887 (2/11).
FOR SALE: 2005 Ford Taurus, 4door, V6 engine, sunroof,
123,560 miles. Good condition.
$1600 OBO. Call 970-466-1026
for more info. (2/11).
1995 GMC YUKON:
170,000 mi. Leather, AC,
battery, great tires, looks
runs great, $3800 OBO.
6375 (2/11).
4x4,
new
new,
901-
1996 GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED: V8 4x4, 167xxx miles, not
perfect but very reliable daily driver. Recent front end CV axles
replaced.
Homemade
front
bumper & PAA offroad lights, louder exhaust, sounds good. $3000,
970-901-0622 (2/4).
FOR SALE: 1984 Toyota Tercel,
36mpg, 2 door hatchback,
4speed manual, front wheel drive,
runs great, $1000. Call 970-6414485 (2/4).
‘97 EXPLORER: 4x4, V8, auto,
new tires, new battery, $1500.
596-7416. (2/4).
99 CHEV SUBURBAN LT, New
tires, runs good #1291 $3995
641-4040 (2/11/11).
2003 GMC YUKON XL: near
new tires, tow package, seats 9,
half ton, 202,000 miles, $5,500
OBO. 970-901-8546. (2/11).
2000
SUBARU
LEGACY
WAGON: AWD #1261 $2995
641-4040 (2/11/8).
1993 FORD RANGER: Extended
cab, 4.0 V6. Solid front axle.
Brand new off road tires. Runs
well. Needs work. $1,000 firm.
970-596-6883. (2/11).
CHECK OUT OUR CARS
on the web
www.precisionautosales.com
(2/4/8)
‘99 OUTBACK WAGON: 145K,
new belt & head gaskets, $3200.
209-5616. (2/4).
‘95 FORD EXPLORER SPORT:
needs clutch, good cond., best
reasonable offer. Contact Marie
970-497-9328. (2/11).
LOOKING FOR a 1999 (or
newer) Toyota 4Runner, 4WD with
maintenance history, reasonable
tires, tow hitch, etc., in good condition (under 160,000 miles or
around that mileage). Willing to
spend $5 - $6K. Text/Call with
details, photos, etc.: 970-6414270 (2/11).
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. (2/4).
½ JUST IN-2013 MAZDA CX5 SPORT
AWD #1716 AWESOME VALUE
½ 2011 CHEV 2500 4X4 EXT CAB
6.0L V8 65K #1715 WORK READY
½ 2011 TOYOTA TACOMA SR5
CREW 4X4 6SPD #1711