Classifieds – March 19, 2009

EMPLOYMENT

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. Professional career for serious-minded individuals capable of participating on a dynamic team. A people-oriented real estate company offers on-the-job training with above- average income. Call Lew Boersma, Coldwell Banker AJS-Schmidt/Rockford office. (616) 866-4434.      b13


Career opportunity for friendly person-The Rockford Squire newspaper has an opening for the right person in sales/customer service. We need an outgoing, self-confident team member for an established territory with existing customers. We will train a promising individual. Candidate must be reliable and able to stay on task. Send resume to PO Box 498, Rockford, MI 49341, e-mail squiremail@aol.com or call Beth at (616) 866-4465 for more information.      ftfn


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

FOR SALE

Fax machine $50, exercise bike $50, treadmill $40, inversion table $100 (firm), lift-top coffee table $300. Call (616) 866-8099.     p12


Seven days, six nights Disney area stay. Two adult Disney tickets. Paid $750, sell $249. Good for one year. (616) 305-0082.      p14

CLASSES & LESSONS

“Always the Best!” Once you go, then you’ll know! Six 1-hour golf lessons-$69. Starting week of April 13. Master teaching professional, Norm Davidson. Golf Emporium, 14 Mile, Rockford. (616) 754-2280.      b21


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

LAWN MOWING-Trimming, edging. Rates starting at $25 per cut. Full-season contracts only. SCOTT’S OUTDOOR SERVICES. Since 1999. Call (616) 866-3900.      p15


Grady’s Clean-Cut Lawn Care-all your lawn-care needs starting at $20. Mow and trim, edging, fertilization, spring clean-up. Ask about our EARLY BIRD SPECIAL. Mulching available too. Call or e-mail (616) 292-4338 or gradyscleancut@yahoo.com.      p17


New home construction/design and services. Additions, remodeling, garages, decks, home improvements and repairs. Licensed and insured. Bridgewater Homes. (616) 560-2630.      p13


H.O.M.E. Senior Care-Professional home care services for seniors. We offer exceptional care at affordable rates. Office: (616) 696-8735. p13


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-male gray cat. Riverwoods area. Last seen on Sat., March 14. (616) 866-0686.      ftfn


FOUND- Jostens silver class bracelet with initials “D.A.M.” in gold lettering. Found at Sparta Chevrolet. Please call Anna at (616) 887-1791 to identify.      ftfn


LOST-11-year-old black-and-white male cat. Declawed, right ear misshapen. Last seen on Hessler Dr. in Rockford on Friday, Feb. 20. Call (616) 874-1702, leave a message.      ftfn.


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 rabbits to a loving home. One large brown, one white dwarf, one brown dwarf, one brown/black dwarf. Call (616) 696-1073.      ftfn


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

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