CLASSIFIEDS — June 9, 2011


Cedar Springs—PART-TIME POSITION with thriving Cedar Springs company! Lots of variety in this fast-paced position: data input, filing, stocking, packing, and more. Seeking a detail-oriented, self-starter with strong work history, excellent communication and typing skills. Ideal for a mom who wants flexibility, nights/weekends off and light summer hours. Fax letter/resume to: (616) 696-7471.        p23


Misc.—1939 Allis Chalmers tractor with spread axle, plow and thatcher, $900. Full-size bed head/foot board, two dressers, mirror, $50. Sailboat, 10′ from front to sail, all set and ready to go. (616) 712-6660. p23


New low rates! Lessons on guitar & many other stringed instruments. Call Joe (616) 874-8582.     btfn


LOST—iPod Touch 4th Generation, 32 gigabytes, Belmont area/West River Dr./Cannonsburg Road. Lost Thursday, May 27, Memorial Day weekend. Please call Lucas at (616) 447-8202.       f23

LOST—Cell phone, Motorola i60c, last seen at Independent Bank in downtown Rockford on Friday, June 3. (616) 866-1180.       f23

LOST—black Nikon camera and case. Last used near the Rockford dam on Easter Sunday. Very important pictures on the memory card. (616) 262-2522.     f19

FOUND—baby stroller at Rockford Meijer on April 10. Call to identify (616) 813-3614.    f14

FOUND—set of keys found in the parking lot by Glik’s and Pederson Funeral Home. Call to identify, (616) 532-9477.    f11

FOUND—young male dog with short hair in the Edgerton and 14 Mile Road area on March 9. (616) 263-9371.      f11

FOUND—white shepherd mix with choker. 10 Mile and Young area. (616) 690-3803.     f09


Kittens—free to a good home: two older kittens, cream color, good dispositions. (616) 696-9455.       f22

The Rockford Squire’s “Free” 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.


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