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FOR SALE

NEW TRUNDLE bed and mattresses. Paid $700 but will sell for $350. Call 517-423-7478 for description.
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FOUR ADJACENT graves at Brookside Cemetery. Packaged deal $1,600. Call 602-549-8862.
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MARTIN'S CLEARANCE CENTER, 1111 W. Chicago Blvd., Tecumseh, across from McDonald’s. Thursdays 9a.m.-5:30 p.m. Closeouts,damaged merchandise, special buys, scratch and dent appliances and closeouts on furniture and bedding.
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HELP WANTED

H&R BLOCK IN TECUMSEH is seeking a dynamic candidate to become our next Client Service Representative. Responsibilities include generating new business by communicating our products and services; Provide quality service to our new and existing clients: Supporting our Tax Professionals with their client needs and maintaining office organization and cleanliness. Please call our Tecumseh office or apply in person in January, 517-423-7497. Forward resumes to David.Rippin@hrblock.com. This seasonal position pays up to $10 per hour.
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DENTAL ASSISTANT — Tecumseh family practice is seeking a dependable and organized person to join our team. Chairside experience required. CDA/RDA and x-ray certification would be ideal. Please send resumes to drbakus@frontier.com or fax to 517-424-6363.
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HOME HEALTH AIDE — Coldwater Area. Three visits weekly / $30 visit. Good working references and 6 months experience. Contact Health Partners, Inc. Kalamazoo Location — call 1-888-660-0011 or apply online: www.healthpartnersinc.com.
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ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE — Previous outside sales experience a plus. Develop and present advertising to prospective customers, maintain ac-counts, and join a team of fun, hard working staff members who care about our community. Send resume and contact information to: jim@tecumsehherald.com. No drop ins or phone calls, please.
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RENAISSANCE IS HIRING direct care staff assisting adults with development disabilities and mental illnesses. Interested applicants call Becky, 517-920-4447, ext 1#.
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LEGAL NOTICE

FROM CUMMINS Street Storage. The contents of the following storage units will be sold at auction at 1 p.m. January 30 at 220 E. Cummins St., Tecumseh, MI. To satisfy rent due on: Unit #12 Pam Kilpatrick, unit #43 Tami Randall, #36 Glen Hensley. Call Tony Menyhart at 734-883-8178.
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OFFICE RENTAL

TECUMSEH OFFICE Plaza, 808 W. Chicago Blvd. Office space for rent, $200/month includes all utilities and wifi. 517-423-1111.
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PETS

FUR FACTORY/MSPCA Adoption Center (formerly Gators), 293 W. Monroe St., Dundee — Low-cost vaccine wellness clinic Sunday, Jan. 27 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Three year rabies, $18. Heartworm test, $19. Skin, ear, eye exams available. Questions, 313-686-5701.
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PUBLIC NOTICE

THE HABITAT RESTORE needs your support! Accepting new or gently used furniture, appliances, cabinets and building materials. Call (517) 266-0746.
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REAL ESTATE

4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 1.5 story cape cod home in Tecumseh 1,200 sq.ft., sun room, large kitchen. Appliances, one car detached garage, large deck, fenced back yard. Immediate occupancy. Asking $106,900. Call Diana at Faust Real Estate, LLC, 517-270-3646.
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RENTAL

RAVENWOOD APARTMENTS — 2 bedroom applications now being accepted at 514 Pawnee (in hallway, off Cummins in Tecumseh). Rent based on very low to moderate income. 517-605-1466, TDD 711. Barrier free. Equal housing opportunity. (This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.)
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SERVICES - IN HOME CARE

MATURE HONEST dependable individual available to care for your loved one — young or old. Will assist with domestic chores and daily appointments. Reasonable rates. References available. Call 517-423-7872.
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WANT TO BUY

HW TOWING — $$ for junk vehicles. Free towing, 7 days. 734-223-5581.
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