Yellow Springs News Classifieds

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Click on a category below to see this week’s listings.

FOR SALE: CARS, TRUCKS, ETC. | (back to top)

1998 TOYOTA COROLLA. Reliable: I use it every day. New tires. Maintained. 30 mpg. 193K, $2,200. sheridanacademics {at} gmail(.)com or 916- 716-1608.

YARD/GARAGE SALES | (back to top)

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ITEMS FOR SALE | (back to top)

LOUET S10 spinning wheel; Dritz dressform; kid-safe pre-school wood unit block set; vintage/antique toddler’s ride-on toy. 937-399-0218.

SEAGULL COASTLINE S6 folk acoustic guitar handcrafted in Quebec of mostly local species. Solid cedar top, silver leaf maple neck, Canadian cherry back and sides. Like new condition, marvelous sound, easy to play. Originally priced $425; sale price $255. No case. 937-477-8033.

BED-BRAND new queen pillow-top mattress set. Still in plastic. $195. 937-545-3610.

“TWO HUNDRED YEARS of Yellow Springs,” including the legacy of Antioch College and written by the News staff, is available for $15 at the News office, Dark Star Books, Sam and Eddie’s Open Books, Town Drug or on our Web site at .

RETAIL | (back to top)

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PETS AND LIVESTOCK | (back to top)

NEEDED: Someone to catch or kill at least two muskrats in my yard. They are ruining the pond banks. Mary, 767-1603.

BARTER AND TRADE | (back to top)

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FREE OFFERS | (back to top)

MOVED HERE RECENTLY? Come to the Yellow Springs News office at 253 Xenia Ave., 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. We’ll sign you up for a three-month subscription to the News for free! There’s a welcome package for you, too.

MERCHANDISE WANTED | (back to top)

SEEKING two to four airline tickets to raffle off for a fund raiser to help the McKinney 8th grade class pay for their trip to Washington, D.C. Many students may not have the funds so this would be beneficial in defraying some of the cost and ensuring that as many students can go as possible. We would also be open to other possible raffle items or cash donations. Thank you! If you are able to help, please contact 850-420-0600.

WANTED: Smallish refrigerator/freezer in good shape for smallish apartment. Need one larger than “dorm size,” just not huge. Please call Jennifer or Matt at 767-2330.

HOUSING, ETC., WANTED | (back to top)

FRIENDLY OLD COUPLE with one cat. Looking for two-bedroom, first-floor apartment in Yellow Springs. 767-1633. bhouston1929 {at} gmail(.)com .

LOOKING TO RENT a two-bedroom apartment or house in YS. Quiet, responsible, clean, middle-aged man, former resident wanting to return. Non-smoking and have no pets. Call 937-657-0256.

MTFR VOLUNTEER firefighter looking for room or small apartment to rent in YS. Responsible, clean, friendly, non-smoker. Call Anthony, 937-694-2741.

FOR RENT | (back to top)

STUDIO RENTAL in the heart of Yellow Springs. January and February. Furnished one bedroom, private bath. Bright, warm, cozy. $1000 for 2 months. 937-503-7042

THREE-BEDROOM brick home with attached garage in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Available soon. Call 937-767-7600 after 6 p.m. and on weekends.

FULLY FURNISHED APARTMENT in the heart of downtown. Rents by the week ($350, including utilities) or the month ($800, plus utilities). Courtyard entrance, hard wood and ceramic tile floors, custom kitchen, full bed, shower, washer/dryer, WiFi, private parking, second floor, outdoor area by park. Call 937-460-8240.

QUAINT, one-bedroom cottage downtown. Bright, clean. Wood floors, equipped kitchen, gas range. Washer/dryer, gas heat. Perfect for one person and a cat. $750. 767-9290.

ONE-BEDROOM apartment for rent. Rent includes utilities. 767-1665.

BUSINESS/OFFICE space. 840-square-foot showroom at former YS Lumber Co. – 108 Cliff St. across from skate park. All utilities paid. Good light. Private inner office. $795. Rent reduction available for startups. 767-9290.

FURNISHED OFFICE available to sub-let January-April in the Vie Design building. $150/month. Good for one or two people. Call 838-5054.

LOFT-STYLE, urban apartment. Vaulted ceiling, open layout. Downtown, second floor. Real cool. $650 plus utilities. 371-9900.

LARGE HOUSE (1,840 square feet). Beautiful large lot along Clifton Gorge Nature Preserve (hear the water). Two 15 ‘x15′ bedrooms, one bathroom. Sitting room (use as third bedroom), double garage. Yellow Springs schools. $1,075 monthly. Available immediately. Text: 513-331-0634.

WINTER RENTAL: The Village Guesthouse is a four-room, fully furnished apartment in the heart of Yellow Springs. People love it! Check out our website: . Available mid-January through mid-March. Call 937-831-1320 or 937-838-5054 to find out about our reduced winter rent.

ENTIRE UPSTAIRS of house. Private entrance. Wood floors. Two bedrooms, living room and screened-in porch. Washer/dryer, refrigerator and stove. Situated on the 450-acre Howell family farm just 10 minutes from the village. Easy access to the bike path. Open to long or short term. Wonderful space for one to two people. Available in December. Please call Branson at 825-0312/agland {at} core(.)com .

UNIQUE TWO-STORY house in historic district. Three bedrooms and two baths. One room with separate entrance. $1,350 plus utilities. 767-7438.

OFFICE SPACE – Two rooms above Bonadies Glassstudio. Glass wall overlooking Village BP. All utilities paid. Desirable north light. Must see. $475. 767-9290.

NICE HOUSE on W. Jackson Road. Four bedrooms, two baths, huge family room, smoke- and pet-free building. 937-324-3606.

VARIOUS OFFICE options available at 716 Xenia Ave. at the Professional Building. One-, two- and three-room suites – all utilities paid. 767-9290.

FOR RENT: Flexible business/production/retail space – Kings Yard. 1,534 square feet. Concrete floor. All utilities furnished except electric. Good light, private parking, concrete floor. Call 767-9290.

TOWNHOUSE APARTMENTS for rent, Hawthorne Place: one-bedroom, $525; two-bedroom, $625; three-bedroom, $735; plus utilities. Laundry facilities on site. 937-324-3606.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE | (back to top)

A LOCAL REALTOR was once heard to state that what this village needs is more duplexes. Well, Stancliff Development will be delighted to fill that need with two lots, back-to-back. They are part of the small Stancliff Development which is completely edged by a paved walk, well buffered against Dayton Street noise and only a short block and a half from both the middle and high school. All lot owners are automatic members of the neighborhood association. One lot faces the dead-end street, directly across from the connection to the Yellow Springs bicycle path. The other lot looks across the small, habitually dry detention pond and on beyond it to the view through some treed (not zoned for development) backyards. The developer has many duplex building plans, all having the option of three bedrooms, two baths, porch and/or patio and a garage, and some a double. Price for the two combined lots is negotiable. Interested? Phone Coldwell Banker, 937-470-l867 or the developer, 937-767-1130 or 937-767-8404. And, finally, think on this. Buy the combined two lots. Build a duplex and live in half yourself. Have a lifetime rental income from right next door from your parents, your own grown kids, your good friends or just plain politely nodding neighbors. 

EMPLOYMENT | (back to top)

PART-TIME NURSE – IV expertise needed for local nutritional practitioner’s clinic. 937-416-9155.

YELLOW SPRINGS HOME, INC welcomes applications for a full-time Development Coordinator position with benefits. The coordinator will primarily assist the executive director in the pre-development of large, targeted projects including artist live-work lofts and senior housing. A portion of the position will also focus on grant writing and assisting the board with fundraising. To learn more and apply, visit . EOE. 

JOHN BRYAN Community Pottery seeks applicants for a part-time Artist in Residence position beginning in January, 2015. Two-year commitment requested. Visit for details.

THE NON-PROFIT Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center seeks a School Director for its early education and school-age programs. Required: bachelor’s degree in ECE or related field (master’s desired); experience in non-profit or daycare administration; familiarity with state licensing and Step Up to Quality; knowledge of Creative Curriculum. We desire a leader who will embrace progressive change and take on the challenge of charting a new course for this 68-year-old institution. An initial contract for three months will be offered. Please send letter of interest and resume to ysccc.governance {at} gmail(.)com .

VOLUNTEER | (back to top)

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SERVICES AVAILABLE | (back to top)

TWO SNOWBLOWERS blowing snow. Walks and drives cleared. Call Steve. 767-1937.

JOSHUA’S DETAILED painting and property maintenance. Interior/exterior painting. Handyman services. Snow removal. No job too small. 937-815-6562. gannpjosh {at} gmail(.)com .

CAREER COUNSELING. Over 30 years experience. Licensed professional counselor. Maxine . 937-760-7715.

“CALL KELLY NOW” for snow removal before the snow flies. Blower and plow services available. 937-926-9007.

FIREWOOD for sale. Already split ash wood. Sold by the truckload. Call 767-9180 or 408-3424.

ARTISAN ROOFING and remodeling. Twenty-plus years experience. Kelly P. Gray, 768-8930. Call or text.

NEIL DOG TRAINING (“evolving” certified professional trainer/retired special education teacher) will help you train your dog. If you are committed, I can help. Neil Silvert, 937-767-1991 or nsilvert1949 {at} gmail(.)com . Free evaluation. Reasonable rates – sliding scale.

NEED A TYPIST? Experienced proofreader, editor or transcriptionist? Local references. Call Dee Sorrell at 937-767-8622.

APPLIANCE REPAIR: Robbins Appliance Repair, repairing most name brand appliances since 1982. For service, call 766-2764.

COMPUTERS, APPLIANCES, iPods/iTouch, household, electrical/electronic, appliance repair and more. David Turner, retired engineer. 767-7849.

FINANCIAL SERVICES | (back to top)

YS CREDIT UNION is always open – access your account 24/7, 365 days a year. Join now and save money. 937-767-7377. .

CHILD CARE | (back to top)

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LOST AND FOUND | (back to top)

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INSTRUCTION | (back to top)

SEWING STUDIO for kids and teens! Classes forming now. Learn hand and machine sewing in a fun setting. Start in January: Tuesdays, 4-5:30 p.m. or Thursdays, 6-8 p.m. Register at madhattersewing {at} gmail(.)com or at Open House, Saturday, Dec. 13, 12-3 p.m. at 314 Dayton St., Suite 311. .

FAMILY-TO-FAMILY, a free 12-week program for families or friends who love someone with a mental illness, will be presented by NAMI of Clark and Greene counties. It begins Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 at the Vernon Center in Springfield You will learn about the most common mental illnesses and the key to appropriate ways to communicate and cope. For more information or to register by Dec. 15, call 322-5600. To car pool from YS, email namiconnection.yellowsprings {at} yahoo(.)com .

DANCING WITH PARKINSON’S disease in Yellow Springs meets on Wednesdays from 2-2:45 p.m. at the YS Senior Center. The class is taught by Jill Becker. It is funded by the Tri-State Parkinson’s Wellness Chapter and is free to people with PD and their caregivers. For information, call 767-2646 or write jillbecker1 {at} gmail(.)com .

EVENTS | (back to top)

YELLOW FRIDAY Alternative Gift Fair – Don’t get sucked into the gloom of Black Friday, Nov. 28! Come on down to the First Presbyterian Church for a hot drink and some really interesting gift ideas; gifts that will benefit several Yellow Springs nonprofits. From Little Art Theatre tickets to hand-carved walking sticks, you’re sure to find some interesting gifts that will keep on giving. Kid’s card making supplies will be on hand, too. 10 a.m.- 2 p.m., 314 Xenia Ave. Call 767-9490 for more information.

TECUMSEH LAND TRUST has a tradition of alternative gift-making and giving that we’d love to share! Come visit us at the Alternative Gift Fair at the First Presbyterian Church, Nov. 28, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.or call 937-767-9490 to schedule a visit to our offices. Give a gift of conservation!  

MISCELLANEOUS | (back to top)

Looking for rooMmate to share three-bedroom farm house with swimming pool for summer enjoyment. Immediate occupancy. Next to bike path by Young’s Dairy. 937-284-3688.

ENJOY group classes, such as yoga, pilates, Zumba, aquatics, and more taught by experienced instructors. For more information about memberships, programming and giving opportunities visit our website: .

WANT A COLOR AD? Too bad: the News is in black and white. But a pre-printed insert costs just a bit less than a dime per insert to distribute in the News. You design, print it in color – we’ll stuff it and get it to our readers. Call 767-7373 or email advert {at} ysnews(.)com .

CHECK OUT for over 40 feature videos of village art, education, music, sports, kiln firing, you name it. Go see it.

NEED A GIFT for someone special who lives out of town? If they’ve got an email address, they’ve got an inbox. That’s where the News will be every Thursday morning! Go to and choose Subscribe to sign them up for the E-edition.

CARD OF THANKS | (back to top)

THANK YOU to our friends and past and current families of Antioch School for attending the Harvest Soup Supper. It was a great pleasure to see you there. As always, thank you.- M.J. Richlen, Antioch School Manager

THE YS ARTS COUNCIL Community Gallery wants to thank Tom’s Market, Peifer Orchards, Julia Cady, Jonatha Wright, Katharina Seidl, Dianne Collinson, Kathy Moulton, Theresa Mayer and Katie Olson for providing the wonderful snacks, delicious apples and fresh cider, breakfast, lunch and dinner (for three days) and, of course, the fabulous desserts and the Dino’s coffees that helped fuel the artists last exhausted hours of the “Lock In” at the gallery!-YS Arts Council

RIDE SHARE | (back to top)

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