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Page 18 . 50 Plus Marketplace News . Denver Metro . August 2010 To advertise in the classified section, email 30 words or less to robert@ 50plusmarket placenews. com or mail this form and a check for $ 29 per month made payable to: September 8/ 10/ 2010 October 9/ 10/ 2010 November 10/ 10/ 2010 December 11/ 10/ 2010 January 12/ 10/ 2011 ADVERTISER'S INFORMATION Name __________________________ Company _______________________ Address ________________________ City, State, Zip____________________ Phone _________________________ Email __________________________ CLASSIFIED ORDER FORM Copy is due by the 10th of the preceding month. o o o o o 4400 Sioux Dr. Boulder, CO 80303 50PMN 06/ 10 GA © 2010 The Salvation Army The Salvation Army Patricia Owen, Planned Giving Director 1370 Pennsylvania Street Denver, CO 80203 Toll Free: ( 800) 357- 0856 E- mail: patricia. owen@ usw. salvationarmy. org Visit: www. salgift. org Name( s) Address City, State, Zip Birth Date( s) Phone ( ) E- mail Lock In A Secure Stream Of Income Age Rate 55 5.3% 60 5.5% 65 5.7% 70 6.1% 75 6.7% 80 7.6% 85 8.9% 90+ 10.5% Two- life rates available. Rates subject to change. ONE- LIFE RATES For information call 800- 357- 0856 or return coupon. With A Charitable Gift Annuity. ¦ Fixed income for life ¦ Relief from taxes ¦ Income now or later ¦ Support for your community Let our charitable gift planner show you and your advisors the many tax- wise giving options available through The Salvation Army. Since 1865 303.477.8088 www. thesweetlifedenver. com All our products are made from scratch with the highest quality ingredients available and lots of Love... Community Recreation Center of Apex 303- 425- 9583 . www. apexprd. org Free Summer Concert Series. 7 pm at McIlvoy Park, 5750 Upham St. Thur., Aug. 5, Sean Kelly & Rob Somers of the Samples, acoustic fu-sion of folk, rock and reggae. Beginning Silk Painting. Tues, Aug. 10, 5: 30- 8: 30 pm. Play with color and create a silk scarf. $ 20 material fee due at class. Register, $ 30/$ 36 non- res. Empowering the Caregiver. Tues, Aug. 17, 10: 30- 12 pm. Senior Reach presents concrete and prac-tical ways to take care of yourself when taking care of others. Register, $ 3/$ 4 non- res. Fused Glass. Tues, Aug. 9- 23, 6- 8: 30 pm. Fused glass captures the beauty and rich colors of stained glass without the soldering. 2 proj-ects. Register, $ 85/$ 102 non- res. Baked Potato Bar. Thur, Aug. 19, 11: 30 am. In honor of National Po-tato Day, enjoy a baked potato bar with plenty of toppings. Register, $ 4. 50+ Job and Volunteer Fair. Fri, Aug. 20, 8: 15- 11: 30 am. Talk to agencies that are looking for sea-soned workers and volunteers. Bring your resume'. Free; register by. Call for vendor information/ fees. Leadville Burro Races and Boom Days Festival at Leadville ( 10,000 ft). Sat, Aug. 7, 7- 5: 30 pm. Plan for lunch, fun and shopping. Includes transportation and escort. Register $ 20/$ 24 non- res. Denver History Tours: School Days. Mon, Aug. 23, 9- 2 pm. Den-ver History Tours guide us through Denver to see the architect and learn the history of schools. Includes transportation and professional tour guide. Register $ 43/$ 51 non- res. Hikes. Chief Mountain, Tues, Aug. 10, 7: 30- 4 pm. Elk Meadow Park, Tues, Aug. 31, 7: 30- 4 pm. Get into the great outdoors with a group hike. Bring lunch & water, Includes transportation and leadership. Reg-ister $ 18/$ 22 non- res. per hike. Pet Photo Contest. Aug. 2- 27. Enter a pet photo contest by sub-mitting a favorite photo. Center participants help select the favorite for a prize. Bob Ross Painting. Thur, Aug. 19, 12: 30- 5: 30 pm. Experience the Bob Ross technique of painting to com-plete a picture in 5 hours. $ 5 materi-al fee due at class, supplies provided. Register, $ 57/$ 69 non- res. The MAC 303- 426- 4310 Intro to Facebook & Twitter. Learn the latest social networking tools. The technology allows you to keep in touch with family and friends, or stay up- to- date on your interests! $ 24/ res; $ 29/ non- res. Mon, Aug. 9, 5: 30- 8pm Powers of Attorney and Medi-cal Directives. On Jan. 1, 2010, Colorado enacted a new Power of Attorney Act, which changes the right and responsibilities of agents, principals, and third parties. Learn how this affects the documents you already have. Plus learn the conse-quences of not having documents, including but not limited to medi-cal directives. $ 3/ res; $ 4/ non- res. Thur, Aug. 12, 10- 11am Discovering Craigslist. Explore the functions, and learn how to post and find things you may be looking for. Most importantly, learn how to correctly size and at-tach a digital photo. You'll be sur-prised at what you can sell. $ 45/ res; $ 54/ non- res. Mon. & Wed. Aug. 16 & 18, 5: 30- 8pm Vendors Needed for 2010 Holi-day Craft Bazaar. Registration begins Tues, Aug. 24, 7am for the 23rd Annual Holiday Craft Ba-zaar! The Bazaar is scheduled for Sat., Nov. 6, 9- 3pm at The MAC. Vendors should come to The MAC to register and select a booth space. All items must be handmade. Ven-dors are responsible for collecting tax. Booth size is approximately 8' x6'. Space is reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Limit one space. One table and one chair are provided in the classrooms only. Please contact Rita at 303- 426- 4310 ext. 104 for more informa-tion. $ 25/ res; $ 30/ non- res. Explore Mediterranean cook-ing. Research has shown that those who eat a Mediterranean diet are healthier. Learn about the foods and cooking techniques of this de-licious diet. Samples and recipes provided! $ 10/ res; $ 13/ non- res. Tues. Aug. 31, 6: 15- 7: 30pm Morning Yoga. Yoga can sooth your mind, enhance flexibility, and increase strength. All levels wel-come. Punch card $ 36/ 6 classes; or drop- in $ 6.50/ res; $ 7.50/ non-res. Tues/ Thur. On- Going, 7: 45- 8: 45am

OLD TOOLS WANTED Serious Collector & user buys your antique hand tools. One tool or whole estate. Trusted & Sincere; references provided. 303- 651- 6822, or e- mail: whiskers 3@ comcast. net. RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION for a Positive Senior. Good Mileage would be a plus. BUT no car will be ignored. Please call 303/ 694- 5512 to show us. Need to be mobile. DRIVERS WANTED! Douglas County Adult Services Needs You. Douglas County Adult Services Neighbor Network Program is in desperate need of volun-teers to drive seniors to appointments. If you have a heart for helping others and being of service, please call: 303- 660- 7519. HOUSECLEANING Also available for errands and doctor appointments. Please call Nancy 303- 548- 0303,303- 688- 6051. . 50 Plus Marketplace News . Denver Metro . August 2010 . Page 19 TRADING POST Nurses WantedWanted IroningWomens Shirts Leave a message with your phone and charge. 303- 779- 4394 Volunteers BAYADA NURSES For 25 years, Bayada Nurses has been devoted to helping people have a safe home life with comfort, independence, and dignity, despite illness or disability. The Bayada staff of RNs, LPNs, Home Health Aides, and Companions are all carefully interviewed, background checked, and screened to be skilled, caring, and reliable. Call 303- 333- 2900. OLD GUITARS & AMPLIFIERS I buy old Fender, Gibson and Martin guitars and amps for cash. Fast, friendly and fair. Kevin 303- 946- 2458. GUNS WANTED I buy select older rifles and revolvers for my personal collection. Please call Fred at 720- 934- 7203. ServicesServicesHelp Wanted Home Enhancement Evaluation and more Call 303- 618- 3451 Free Estimate * A service of Mid- Continent Real Estate, LLC BUYING OR SELLING Call 800- 445- 0062 FOR SALE: Crown Hill, 1 cemetery Plot, Near Entrance, Block 8 Lot 7 unit D. Call Bertie at 303- 425- 3234 For Sale Choose Your Hours Work With A Professional Sales Team and Serve The Seniors Of Our Community. Call Robert at 800- 445- 0062 For More Details. SALES Great PT employment opportunity with Service Directory Paying cash! for old radios, old Hi- Fi equipment ( ampli-fiers, etc.), old radio parts, Unusual 1950' s lamps, 1950' s blonde TV sets, Heywood- Wakefield blonde furniture. 303- 623- 6451 or email; classicradios@ yahoo. com EMPTY BEDS/ EMPTY NEST? Foster Homes: Brothers and sisters are separated in foster care because there aren't enough foster homes. Abused and neglected kids have never needed you more. Become a Savio Foster Parent. Reimbursement of $ 600 - 1500 per month per child. Call Caroline: 720- 530- 7029 Housing Caregivers Needed Caring individuals needed to assist seniors in their homes. FT/ PT. Must have a car and drive. 303- 734- 0641 Correct Your Credit: Take advantage of the $ 8,000 tax credit to purchase your home. Correct your credit prior to the Feb. 2010 deadline. Contact: www. tightenupurcredit. com Miniature Doll House Beautiful contemporary home - Hand built and decorated. Nine rooms and a Christmas room. Carpeted, wall- papered and furnished. Many Ambiances! Spectacular! Cash: $ 700 or call 303- 695- 1068. C. C. C A Cleaning and Moving Company I can help you clean and move. Reasonable rates Call Terry at 303- 997- 7972 High Quality, Affordable, Custom Magnetic Jewelry Bracelets . Necklaces . Chokers . Anklets ( 719) 321- 7619 nitasalas@ comcast. net The Original Magnetic Therapy Help Wanted: Jefferson Center for Mental Health is looking for a family to welcome into their home mental health consumers. Provides a therapeutic alternative to inpatient care. email: careers@ jcmh. org, Info@ jcm. org Coin & Precious Metal Protection: Will grade, evaluate, offer accurate, and complete profes-sional services on your silver, gold, platinum, non- graded / Graded slab coins. My goal to protect against callous, unscrupulous dealers. Call: 303- 699- 6626 for Jeffery. I BUY OLD STEREOS ( From the 1970s & earlier) & OLD ROCK RECORDS ( 1960s & earlier) 303- 586- 4773 Houses Wanted New, old, pretty, or ugly! Private investor looking to buy propery. Cash or Terms. Call day or night, Tiffany- 800- 519- 5651 Real Estate for Sale Senior or handicap person in family? Would a 19' X14' MAIN-LEVEL MASTER BR, family room & laundry help? Grocery, bank, shops only 1- 2 blocks. Door ramp easily added. Realtor Gary 720- 206- 5232. Fairmont Cemetary 2 Plots, Section 8 & 10, Block 65 Valued at $ 5000 Each, Asking $ 3700 Each. Will pay transfer fee. Call 303- 204- 7533 n AUDIO from page 6 n CONNECTIONS from page 5 CAREGIVER A Senior- helping other seniors Companionship/ errands, Personal care/ home care/ light meal prep. Experience for less Judy- 720- 435- 8874 North Area. CASH PAID for Diabetic Test strips! If you have extra test strips, we will buy them! Call: Roberta @ 303- 815- 1400. Platt Park Senior Recreation 720- 865- 0630 Closed: Aug. 23- 27. Dance to Live Music: Wed. Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25. 1- 3: 15pm with Tom Yook. $ 5, includes refresh-ments. Cooking Classes: 10- Noon $ 6.50. Wed. Aug. 4: Good Health Tuna Casserole. Fri. Aug. 20: Scotch Tea Eggs. Food Bank. Aug. 13, 1 pm, $ 2. Line Dance. Tues. 11 - 12: 30pm & Thurs. 10- 11: 30am. $ 2: 50 se-nior; $ 4 under 65. Drop in Ballroom Dance. Thur. 1- 3pm, $ 2.50 senior; $ 4 under 65. Drop in. Aug: West Coast Swing Bingo. Tues. 1- 3pm, $ 2.25/ 4 cards. Drop in. Get in Shape. Call for dates and times. Exercise Classes: Yoga, Tai Chi, Swimnastics, Weight Training. Language Classes: Span-ish, German. Craft Classes: Jewel-ry, pottery, painting and more. Ar-treach: Chance for weekly tickets to sporting events, symphony etc. Cards: Bridge, Pinochle, Mahjong. Health: Foot Care, Massage more flexibility using the Informa-tion- On- Demand System. Live streaming of all 3 broadcasts is available on the AINC web site as are downloads in Podcast format. For more information call 303- 786- 7777, 877- 443- 2001 or go to www. aincolorado. org. packages, and even jewelry. The Event Center at Church Ranch is at 10200 Olde Wads-worth Blvd. Go one mile west of Highway 36 ( Boulder Turnpike) on Church Ranch Blvd ( 104th Ave). Turn north on Olde Wad-sworth. The Event Center at Church Ranch is one block north and on the right, next to Church Ranch Assisted Living. Bring your friends! n Doherty from page 2 individual eliminating the need for the original copy to be available to medical personnel. If there is an ob-jection on moral grounds, they are required to identify someone will-ing to follow the MOST orders. The MOST order form takes effect August 11, 2010 and is de-signed to give individuals more rights in managing their end of life care. For more information, con-tact your attorney or you can call The Society at 303- 333- 3482 for copies of the pre- printed forms. vEileen Doherty, M. S. is the Execu-tive Director of Senior Answers and Services and the Colorado Geronto-logical Society. She has more than 35 years of experience. She can be reached at 303- 333- 3482 or at doherty001@ att. net.