Weekly Classifieds
Posted May 29, 2015

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For Sale

2007 Nissan Altima SL, one owner, non-smoker, 94k miles, majestic blue metallic w/ tan leather int., heated front seats, moon roof, rear spoiler, 4 cylinder, great gas mileage, new brakes & Michelin tires in 2012, Bose sound system, power locks/windows, Blue Tooth capable, A/C. $8500/ or best offer. Contact: John or Marcy at 630-502-8335.

2005 Buick LaSabre (mint condition) driven by a little old man to the store and back at 15mph, that's why I took his keys away! Garage kept, runs perfect, new tires, drives like a limo, 42k miles, asking $7500 worth $12000 easily.
Contact: Steve Conlon at conlon@fnal.gov or (630)661-0998.

Vintage Homecrest metal high-back swivel rocker with ottoman (in need of refinishing; replacement cushions are available from Homecrest): $100.
Western Electric Coquette rotary dial telephone (works): $30.
Motorola hi-fi tabletop record player in blonde wood cabinet (needs some work): $40.
All prices are negotiable. Pictures available upon request.
Contact vincent@fnal.gov or x3692.

For Rent

Student room for rent in the home of a Fermilab employee. Cozy family home located within biking/walking distance of the lab. Utilities included, shared bath, full house privileges, and parking for 1 car. $120.00 per week, payable at the beginning of the month. Must be a non-smoker, considerate, no pets. Security dep. of 1 week's rent due at start.
Contact: S. Handville at shandvi@fnal.gov


We are trying to have a lunchtime line dance class but we need a minimum number of participants before they will consider scheduling it. Note - we dance to all kinds of music, not just country. No partner required and it's a fun way to get some exercise. If you would be interested in this class, please email me at love2dance2558@yahoo.com
Contact: Suzanne at x3314 or love2dance2558@yahoo.com


Warrenville Public Library District - Free Program Glaciers to Wildflowers: How Illinois' Living Landscape Came to Be Tuesday, June 2, 7 p.m. We are pleased to welcome back Raymond Wiggers as he relates the fascinating origins of our state's living landscape, including its landforms, soils, forests, prairies, peatlands and savannas. He will show how Illinois' diverse array of plant species, habitats and scenic locales is the product of vast geologic forces operating over millions of years. He will place special emphasis on how our state's scenery and ecosystems have experienced dramatic changes since the waning of the latest Ice Age glacier. This talk is of special significance for conservationists, horticulturists and all interested persons who seek a better understanding of the environment in which they live. Contact: Warrenville Public Library District at www.warrenville.com or 630-393-1171.

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