Classifieds – February 26, 2009

EMPLOYMENT

HOMEMAKER TO MONEYMAKER. Thinking of a change? Highly selective real estate company seeks career-minded individuals. Must be willing to work hard and be trained. Call Lew Boersma, Coldwell Banker AJS-Schmidt/Rockford office. (616) 866-4434. b09


JOB OPPORTUNITY – Looking for someone who wants to do more than just a sales job. The Cedar Springs Post Newspaper has an opening for someone who is creative, organized and likes working with people to join our company team. Not boring. Commission means you can make your own salary, depending on your commitment level. Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Benefits available. If interested, send resume to superman49@charter.net, or fax to (616) 696-9010, or mail to PO Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319. ftfn


ADVERTISING SALES – Great income potential. Commission- and territory-based sales position available for local newspaper. No experience necessary, but helpful; will train. Come work in a fun and exciting environment! E-mail resume to: squiremail@aol.com (put SALES POSITION in subject line), or call Beth at (616) 866-4465. ftfn

CRAFTS

Please join us for a craft/home business show at the United Methodist Church, 159 Maple St., Rockford, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 7. At least 20 vendors on site offering great sales. Call (616) 881-2426 for more details. p10

AUTOS FOR SALE

1999 Honda Accord – loaded, power moonroof, and leather seats. Full maintenance records. $5,995 o.b.o. (616) 291-4969. b10


2001 GMC Sonoma pickup – 4-wheel drive, all power, great condition! New motor, brakes, tires. $4,995 o.b.o. (616) 291-4969. b10

FOR SALE

Four cemetery plots in Blythefield Memory Gardens. Current value $1,200 each. Will sell for $700 each, a $2,000 savings! Beautiful, serene setting. Call (616) 696-6101. p09

FOR RENT

Rockford studio for rent. $85/week, includes microwave, refrigerator, all utilities and cable. No pets. Call (616) 874-9537 or (616) 560-1642. p10


PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act and the Michigan Civil Rights Act which collectively make it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin, age or marital status, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To report discrimination, call the Fair Housing Center at 616-451-2980. The HUD toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

CLASSES & LESSONS

Learn how to make stained glass windows, lamps, and more! 35 years experience. Also learn how to make your own glass beads. Lots of fun! (616) 866-2909. p11


Guitar Lessons – Learn guitar the RIGHT way and enjoy it for a lifetime. Lessons also on banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, etc. Call Joe (616) 874-8582. btfn

SERVICES

Housekeeper has openings in the Rockford area. References available. Call (616) 897-1740. p09


Advocare Assisted Living – I have one opening for an independent senior. Country setting in Rockford area. Private room with cable, meals provided, laundry and activities. Call for more information (616) 862-6712. btfn


I’ll design your flier, brochure, business card for a low rate! Other graphic design also available. Over 17 years experience. Professional design guaranteed. Flier design starting at $30. References available. Call Melanie Ragsdale at (616) 889-9082 or view design samples online at ragsdaledesign.com. ftfn

LOST & FOUND

The Rockford Squire’s “Free Pets” and “Lost & Found” classified ads are free of charge. Call (616) 866-4465 by noon on Monday to place your ad in next Thursday’s issue.


LOST – golden retriever. 14 years old. Last seen on Sunday, February 8 on Young Ave., between 9 and 10 Mile roads. Call (616) 874-9066. ftfn


LOST – female beagle with pink collar, last seen around the Childsdale/White Pine Trail area on Saturday, February 14. (616) 696-0367. ftfn


FOUND – gift certificate and a large book found on corner of River Chase and Greystone on New Year’s Eve. Call (616) 450-4939 and identify. ftfn


LOST – large gray male, short-haired cat, unaltered. Lost near 11 Mile and Summit. Missing since Sunday, December 7. Please call (616) 866-4338. ftfn


FOUND – Chevrolet keys with keyless remote. Found in parking lot at 355 Northland Dr., next to MI State Police station. Call (616) 866-7050. ftfn


LOST – cockatiel, gray, one year old. Talks, whistles, friendly. Lost on September 8 from 18 Mile and Algoma area. Please call (616) 696-0839. ftfn


FOUND – Chrysler key found in the Courtland and 11 Mile Road area. Please call The Rockford Squire at (616) 866-4465. ftfn


LOST – small Siamese female cat, seal point, spayed. Lost west of river in Rockford near Jericho and Cahill. $50 reward! Call (616) 866-1021. ftfn

PETS & PET SUPPLIES

The Rockford Squire’s “Free Pets” and “Lost & Found” classified ads are free of charge. Call (616) 866-4465 by noon on Monday to place your ad in next Thursday’s issue.


Free – one calico cat, two to three years old, indoor/outdoor, plays well with kids. (616) 696-9225. ftfn


Kittens – playful, indoor, litter-trained. Two males, one female. Free to good homes. Call (616) 866-8633 or (616) 225-2322. ftfn


Free kittens to good home. 7 weeks old, one gray male, one calico female, (616) 788-9574. ftfn

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