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Piano lessons available in Cedar Springs/Sparta/Kent City/Sand Lake area. Call 616-696-4505 or email mdamsgaard@yahoo.com, website – merryspiano.weebly.com. #37,38p


Crafters Needed: When – Saturday, November 18th. Where – Courtland Oakfield United Methodist Church, 10295 Myers Lake Rd, Rockford, MI. Fee – $25 per table needed. Contact – Karen: 616-363-1510. #38b

Garage/Yard Sales:

Plan Ahead And SAVE! Run your sale ad for TWO weeks and the 2nd week is ½ off! Expires 9-18-17. Call The POST 616.696.3655


Yard Sale: 9/21-24 8am-8pm, 16530 Algoma. Hunting stuff, antique radio cabinet, household & Christmas items, snowblower, antiques, wood splitter, mower, Sullair compressor, and more. #37,38p

Indoor Moving Sale: September 21, 22, 23 from 9:30 am – 5 pm. NO early sales. 4824 Indian Lakes Rd., Cedar Springs. Household items, some tools, antiques & collectibles. Follow PINK signs. #38p

Twelve family sale at 12835 Northland Drive, Cedar Springs on Sept. 21-22, 9 am – 7 pm. Riding lawnmower, books, antiques, primitives, crystal & glassware, three dining sets, petroleum cans/jars/signs & much more. (New items daily.) Note to woman who bought trundle bed – we have two posts for it. Please call. Note to the person who took the large, valuable, black agate without paying for it – please bring it back. 616-696-1614 or 616-901-4153. #38p

Estate Sale:

Estate Sale: 622 Whitefish Rd., Sand Lake. Thursday, Friday & Saturday, September 21-23, 9 am – 5 pm. Furniture, household items, tools, lawn care equipment. #38p

Estate and collectible items, youth rocking chair, trailer wheels, vintage Avon bottles, Hallmark Christmas ornaments, Coke glasses & tins, garden hoses, sprayers, kid’s toys, Reminisce Books, hunter seat, much more. 205 E. Maple St, Cedar Springs. September 22 & 23. Fri. 10 am-6 pm, Sat. 10 am-5 pm. #38p

Help Wanted:


Cedar Springs Public Library: Part-time Library Assistant, 20-23 hours per week, 2-6 on Tues/Wed, 9:45-6 on Fridays and 1-2 Saturdays per month (9am-12pm). Requires social-media, graphic arts and website experience, as well as assisting patrons at the circulation counter. See application and qualifications at cedarspringslibrary.org. Contact Director Donna Clark, ceddc@llcoop.org or 616-696-1910 or in person at 107 N. Main Street. #37b

Apartments for Rent:

Apartment for rent – downtown Cedar Springs. Call 616-918-6430. tfnb

For Rent:

Open Commercial space. Affordable rent on Main St. Downtown Cedar Springs. Call 616-918-6430. tfnb

Lost and Found:

Found: Prescription glasses in a red case, found on Friday, September 1st in Cedar Springs in the street near Church & Main Streets. Call 616-862-3089. #37

Found: Blue ceramic jar on July 17 at the car wash in Cedar Springs. Call 616-696-3619 to claim. #37



A TO Z Trash will pick up your trash weekly. One-time hauls available. Call Bryan at 616-696-2938. #tfnb



Critter Corner:

PLEASE DO NOT leave your pet in your car while shopping! Show your love for them by leaving them safely in the comfort and cool of home. Cars can get dangerously hot in just a few minutes even with the windows cracked.


Lost: Last seen August 15th near Duke Creek Campground. Lily is a 3 year old Calico cat. She answers to Baby Kitty. Missed terribly. Call Kathy 616-644-0838. #34





Humane Society of West Michigan’s PETS OF THE WEEK:


Herrin – Male Boxer/Bulldog Mix

I’m a happy and active 1 year old dog looking for my forever home! I would do best in a home with no cats. I enjoying playing, running around, and having a good time! I would do well in a home that has the time to provide me with daily exercise, and my activity level should be considered for homes with small children. I’m a happy go-lucky dog with a lot of love to give, who always has a smile on my face. Please come meet me at Humane Society of West Michigan and see if we are the right fit!


Nim – Female Domestic Short Hair

I am an 8 year old cat looking for my forever home! I’m quiet cat who would do best in a relaxed home where I would have my own space for when I need some “me time.” I do have a lot of love to give, I just need a patient home to help me blossom! I have been waiting to find my right fit since May. Please come meet me at Humane Society of West Michigan!

Humane Society of West Michigan is open Tuesday-Friday 12pm-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-4pm. 

Saturday, Sept. 23rd Humane Society of West Michigan is partnering with Bissell Pet Foundation for an Empty the Shelters- Hurricane Relief adoption event from 11am-4pm, where all adult (5 months + older) animals will have their adoption fees paid for by Bissell Pet Foundation.

For more information on the Humane Society of West Michigan, call (616) 453-8900 or visit them at 3077 Wilson NW,  just ½ mile north of  Three Mile Road during adoption hours or visit www.hswestmi.org