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To advertise in the classified section, email 30 words or less to robert@50plusmarketplacenews.com, or mail this form and a check for $29 per month made payable to:ADVERTISER'S INFORMATIONName __________________________Company _______________________Address ________________________City, State, Zip____________________Phone _________________________Email __________________________CLASSIFIED ORDER FORMPage 10 . 50 Plus Marketplace News . Weld County . September 2010Say You Saw It in 50 Plus Marketplace NewsFISHING TACKLE WANTEDThis senior citizen would like to buy your old fishing tackle. Rods, reels, lures, etc. Call Gary 970-674-9596.NEED CAR For a Positive Senior. Good mileage is a plus. But no car will be ignored. Call 303-694-5512 to show.Need to be mobile. Thank you!OLD TOOLS WANTEDSerious user & collector will buy your antique hand tools. One item or entire shop. References available. 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Serving Colorado Seniors for 15 years!303-694-5512800-445-0062Paying Cash for old radios, old radio parts, old HiFi equipment (amplifiers, etc.), unusual 1950s lamps, 1950 blonde TV sets, Heywood-Wake-field blonde furniture. 303-623-6451, or classi-cradios@yahoo.comGreat Gifts: The Ladies Quilting and Sewing Group @ the Tri Town Seniors have quilts, lap quilts, fleece blankets, denim purses and denim jean aprons for sale beginning at just $4. Call 303-833-2739 Needed. Tri Town Senior Center is in need of a few pairs of crutches and small shower chairs for our loan closet. Anyone willing to donate these items... it would mean so much! Phone: 303-833-2739.Advertise Your Service Here!Only $57 Call 800-445-0062 for details!Service DirectoryAttract Attentionwith Profesional Graphic Design. Creative . Knowledgeable . AffordableImpact Design303-772-762639 Ward Drive #101, Greeley Spectacular Condo overlooking Country Club Golf Course! 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Cindy Rouse, Rouse Realty 970-381-8766Weld County Senior Nutrition ProgramSuggested donation: $3 for adults 60 years or older, includes 1/2 Pint 2% MilkMenus are subject of change based on product availability.To find a Weld County Senior Nutrition site near you call (970) 346-6950 x61201 Swedish Meatballs Over Noodles, Broccoli Cuts, Watermelon Wedge, Angelfood Cake with Chocolate Sauce2 Potato Soup, Ham and Swiss on Pumpernickel, Lettuce Leaf and Tomato, Cantaloupe Wedge, Peanut Butter Cookie3 Peppered Tilapia with Tartar Sauce, Wild Rice, Garden Salad with Fat Free French Dressing, Whole Wheat Roll with Margarine, Strawberry Applesauce6 No Meal Service - Labor Day7 Bratwurst with Bun, Sauerkraut, Potato Salad, Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Bar Cookie8 Stuffed Green Pepper, Mixed Zucchini and Summer Squash, Banana Muffin, Margarine, Honey Dew Melon Wedge9 Roast Beef, Baked Potato and Sour Cream, Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette, Whole Wheat Bread Slice, Margarine, Blueberry Crisp10 Barbecued Pork on a Wheat Bun, Southwestern Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Almond Peaches, Chocolate Cookie13 Chicken and Noodles, Peas and Carrots, Rye Bread, Margarine, Fresh Plum, Brownie14 Honey Glazed Pork Loin, Oven Browned Potatoes, Green Beans and Corn, Multigrain Roll, Margarine, Watermelon Wedge15 Krautburger, Vegetable Medley, Sliced Peaches with Red Grapes, Oatmeal Cookie16 Creamed Turkey and Biscuit, Corn, Pepper Asparagus, Mix, Cantaloupe, Brownie17 Herbed Baked Chicken, Country-Style Cornbread Stuffing, Brussels Sprouts with Malt Vinegar, Melon Medley20 Scalloped Potatoes and Ham, Chilled Garden Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine, Cherry Crisp21 Salisbury Steak, Whipped Potatoes and Brown Gravy, Chilled Garden Salad with Dried Cranberries, Rye Roll, Margarine, Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing22 Chicken a la King over Biscuit, Tomato Wedge, Jam, Baked Apple23 Barbecued Chicken, Potato Salad, Bean Salad, Biscuit, Honey Spread, Orange24 Broccoli Cheese Soup, Turkey and Provolone Sandwich on Lite Rye with Lettuce Leaf and Tomato Slice, Chilled Fruit Salad, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie27 Beef Enchilada Casserole, Lettuce and Tomato Garnish, Mexicorn, Chilled Tropical Mixed Fruit, Snicker Doodle Cookie28 Cauliflower Cheese Soup, Corned Beef and Swiss on Dark Rye with Lettuce Leaf and Tomato Slice, Chilled Fruit Salad29 Teriyaki Salmon, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Noodles, Parslied Carrots, Blueberry Muffin, Margarine, Watermelon Wedge30 Krautburgers, Stewed Tomatoes, Apple Wedges, Brownieensure you are making the most efficient use of all your assets. 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. 50 Plus Marketplace News . Weld County . September 2010 . Page 11n POTATO from page 1September 2010 . Weld County Answers page 8 50 Plus Marketplace NewsCall 970-353-7437 ext. 103Senior Complex62 and betterGreeley Housing AuthorityRent varies on incomeHousing units available in Daconoand La Casa Rosa Wheel chair accessibleWindsor Auto Repair320 East Chestnut, Windsor(corner Hwy. 257 & East Chestnut)7 am-6 pm M-F, 7 am-12 Sat.686-7705. FREE Shuttle Service. Pickup and Delivery. Foreign & Domestic Repairs. Oil Changes, Safety Checks. Major repairs or rebuilds. AAA Approved Services. Major Credit Cards Accepted. Locally Owned & Operatedby Betty GraubergerChristmas Branson Trip. See great shows including The Os-monds, The Twelve Irish Tenors, the Baldknobbers, Tony Orlando, the Brett Family Show, The Red Hot & Blue Show and more. Only 8 spots left. It's a bargain and so beautiful during the holidays. $200 deposit to hold spot. Dec. 5-11th, 7 days/6 nights $669 per per-son double occupancy. 10 meals (6 breakfasts - 4 dinners) and in-cludes all transportation and lodg-ing, 475-1131 for info... We are planning a trip to see the Cherry Blossoms in Washing-ton, D.C. plus many other sites in Evans Senior Center970-475-1131April, 2011. If you have never seen the Cherry Blossoms or Washing-ton, it is a wonderful time of the year to go, 11 days, 10 nights. De-tails available in a few weeks. Free Appraisels of antiques, jew-elry, etc. every 3rd Tuesday from 9 to 11 am. by Daniel Geary,. Bring those family treasures you are won-dering about. Thought for the month. "Social-ism is the doctrine that man has no right to exist for his own sake, that his life and his work do not belong to him, but belong to society, that the only justification of his exis-tence is his service to society" From The New Intellectual,Ayn Rand, Pub. 1960.Fri., Sept. 3-24: Beginner Tap Dance/Exercise Class: Strengthen muscles and bones, improve coor-dination, and challenge your mind by learning beginner tap steps to fa-vorite music from the 40's and 50's. Steps can be modified so jumping is not necessary. No dance experience needed! 10:30-11:15am, $28.Mon., Sept. 13: Gamblin' Trip: Need a minimum of 25 people reg-istered for motor-coach service, otherwise the first 14 to sign up have the option to ride in the mini-bus. Special offers, coupons and dis-counts may not apply on all trips 7:45- 6pm, $15; Lady Luck Casino, Black HawkWindsor Community Center970-674-3500 . www.windsorgov.comTue., Sept. 14: Breakfast Club, Double Tree, Platteville. Get the day started right with friends. A different restaurant each month. No charge, unless you ride on the Parks & Rec. mini-bus, $3. Sign up, so ap-propriate reservations can be made. 7:30 am. departure, 8 am. breakfast. $3 for a ride; breakfast on own.Senior Lunch: Every Wednesday and Friday enjoy a great meal with friends. Sponsored by the Weld County Area Agency on Aging, pro-viding a well balanced meal at a great price. Reservation required by 9am the day before. Call for reservations. Wed. & Fri. 11:30 am. Ages:60+/ $3; ages: 59 & under/ $7.25. Sweet Adeline Chorus, Rodarte Dancers, Merry Mixers, Cow-boy Singer Ray Delgado, Rocky Mountain Rangers, Pearly Mae and Emil, and Colorado Dance Collective. New this year is Twelve Strings and Four Chords. A baked potato, smothered with a variety of toppings of your choice, is included with the price of ad-mission. The serving line opens at 11am and closes at 2pm or when the potatoes run out. Booths sell-ing burritos, cinnamon rolls, cook-ies, hot dogs and other items are located near the potato serving line Popcorn is available at no charge. Also, samples are offered at several of the exhibits. The youngsters have a great time in the Potato Patch. They can par-ticipate in carnival games and many hands-on activities. They can step inside the Lone Valley School and experience learning like children did one hundred years ago. Visitors are encouraged to dress for the occasion in prairie clothing or century-old fashions. Shoppers in Selma's Store will enjoy a 10% discount on most purchases dur-ing the day. Children two and under are free. Credit cards cannot be accepted for admission fees. Martin Produce Co., which has donated potatoes for this event for many years, is again providing the potatoes. Proceeds from Potato Day are used by the Friends for special programming and projects in support of the City of Greeley Museums. Visit the Friends' booth and sign up for a door prize. For more information on Potato Day or the Friends of the Greeley Mu-seums, call 350-9220 or visit www.friendsmuseums.com.