CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE

Percussion and Bell kit—for school band, $150. Call (616) 866-4186.     p35
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GARAGE SALES

Garage Sale—furniture, clothes, office supplies, desks, toys, and household items. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2-3 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, Sept. 4 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., 70244 Silver Lake Rd., Rockford.      p35
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Moving Sale—household items, tools, generator, riding lawnmower. Saturday, Sept. 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., 4133 Wrensway Ct. From Northland Dr., take 12 Mile west to Summit, south on Summit to Wrensway Ct.      p35
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SERVICES

(Green) Home Cleaning Expertise—Utilizing all natural biodegradable and chemical-free Shaklee products. Perfect for those with children or pets and those suffering from asthma or allergies. Call today to experience the-clean-difference. (616) 427-5442.      p35
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Do you want a sparkling clean home weekly, every other week, or just a one-time cleaning? Give me a call! I can also help with gardening. References available. Call (616) 433-8124.        ftfn
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LOST AND FOUND

LOST—Maltese Shih Tzu mix, black and white, female, 9 months old. Last seen in the Rockford Village neighborhood. (616) 401-6422.      f35
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FOUND—socket wrench set found in the Courtland and 10 Mile area. Call to identify. (616) 874-9557.      f33
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LOST—men’s Trek bicycle, 26″, gray and silver. It was taken from our home in the 13 Mile and Summit area. Please call (616) 866-4731.    f32
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FOUND—iPod Touch in downtown Rockford. Call to identify with first name and passcode. (616) 874-2067.      f32
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FOUND—small, black and white, female dog on Bostwick Lake. Found on Wed., Aug. 3. Was not wearing any tags. She was taken to the Walker Humane Society on Tue., Aug. 9.     f32
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LOST—7-year-old female cat. Declawed, tiger-striped, multi-color white, brown and black. Last seen July 15 in the Algoma and 13 Mile area. Reward. Please call (616) 292-4775.      f31
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LOST—VW remote key on the White Pine Trail near Belmont. (616) 401-7363.       f28
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FOUND—jacket in downtown Rockford. Call to identify (616) 916-6778.    f27
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LOST—Yorkie terrier, dark brown. Last seen near Porter Hallow Dr. NE. Reward. Call  (616) 438-5718.     f27
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LOST—female Jack Russell/dachshund mix last seen June 25 in the Russell and White Creek Road area. She was wearing a pink and yellow collar. (616) 205-6853.    f26
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FOUND—beautiful heirloom-looking locket with picture inside in the Glenwoods Ct. area. Please call (616) 866-0397 to describe.      f26
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FOUND—charm bracelet found on the bench in front of the Rockford Post Office. Call to identify (616) 866-9285.    f25
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FOUND—black lab mix found at Topp Stop on Belding Rd. and Ramsdell. (616) 862-2924.      f24
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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
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LOST—cell phone, Motorola i60c, last seen at Independent Bank in downtown Rockford on Friday, June 3. (616) 866-1180.       f23
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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
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PETS AND SUPPLIES

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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