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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb 21,2001 ll Area Classifieds i TABORSKI PUBLISHER NIGHT TONIGHT AT QAC; HAVE TO LOSE??? Feb. 21, from 6-8 p.m., it's the Quincy Athletic Club. The staff will be on hand to answer any You might have about your health and fit- also be able tour the club while staff demonstrate the equipment and its bene- also showing the various fitness classes of- a membership to the club. Refreshments, and membership discounts are all part of this evening. It's free and open to any- to stop by and check it out--what do lose? RENTAL CARS tells us he now has rental cars at Shadetree Auto Sales in East Quincy. have been asking us for economical now we've got them available," he said. says he has a rent-to-own program for or poor credit. DESERT SUNSHINE elements two Saturdays ago, JoAnn Prince ventured from Quincy to Las they attended the Spring Clothing Mar- is expected to arrive at Hair Co. within the next two FOR CHILDREN TO START is under way for children's art classes March at Northwoods Art Studio in watercolor classes will be starting re told. REOPENS Gentry have reopened their Beck- the Beckwith Tavern. The cou- have been closed while drilling a ;ich is now complete. The dinner house Tuesdays, with specials on Man- including pizza, hamburgers, wings and ribs. The other nights feature their regu- UP WHILE IN SAN FRANCISCO of the Glass Onion, Beth and recently attended a gift show in They said the new products that are dly at their Chester store include special- gourmet sauces, candy and pepper jel- ANNUAL GOURMET GETAWAY International of Quincy is again popular annual fund-rais- Getaway, a progressive dinner for of the March 17, St. Patrick's Day will be selected at the chamber 8 at Great Northern Hair Co. Tick- are available there, and at Feath- Forest Stationers or by calling at 283-2266. CLOSE FOR MONTH OF MARCH owner of Ellie's Dress Shop on Main Will be closed for the month of March, re- The economic outlook in Northeastern California for 2001 looks very positive ac- cording to the results of a re- cent survey conducted by Plumas Bank. The 20-question survey was sent to every inde- pendent commercial business between Truckee and the Ore- gon border in Plumas, Lassen, Modoc, and some portions of Shasta, Sierra and Nevada counties. The bank received 631 responses to the survey, which asked local business people about their business history, their last year's sales results, and their plans and ex- pectations for 2001. According to the survey re- American Storage Photo by Denise Carpenetti Keith and Marcle Clark have opened a mini and RV stor- age facility at Delleker, near Portola. The units range in size from 5x10' to 10x20' with additional accommoda- tions for recreational vehicles. The couple and their children, Kelsey, Kayla and Jessica, live in Portola, where Marcie works for Feather River Gymnastics and Keith does excavation work with his backhoe. "The world keeps changing, that's life. Helping it change for the better--that is a life worth living." 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle to work If you don't need current income from your investments, help your money continue to grow by reinvesting at Edward Jones. | Reinvest your dividends on more than 1,300 stocks. | Exclusively at Edward Jones, reinvest the dividends, interest and principal payments on any investment into .... your choice of more than 350 high-quality mutual funds. r~l=~=~,~,,. Fo[mo'einformat~onanyo/tnesefunds, cor~tadmefo~aPr~ped~,Re~ere~t II I c,e~,y ioe~ore inves~ng. Stock a~ rn~,~'uad funds ze ~ to fk,,ct~, arid if so~d. may ]1 I~ be wor~ n"o'e c less tr~n ~et, ~ cost. II Steve King sults, 78 percent of the respon- "Meeting with the local busi- dents indicated that they met hess community will give me or exceeded their 2000 goals an opportunity to discuss an and expectations and an opti- area's specific results and mistic 69 percent project their learn how Plumas Bank can sales to increase in 2001. M o s t better meet the needs of each considered their location in community. Business owners northeastern California an ad- will, I believe, also find the re- vantage and thought that our sults helpful as they plan for small town atmosphere, beau- their future." tiful scenery, affordable hous- Roundtable meetings, open ing, and safe schools were to the public and hosted by some of the most important Plumas Bank, will be held in reasons why they live and the following communities: work here. Portola: Friday, Feb. 23, at 8 The stability and longevity a.m., at Plumas Bank, 120 N. of local businesses was pro- Pine Street. nounced: 52 percent have been Greenville: Monday, Feb. 23, in bus;ness for over 15 years, at 8 a.m., call 284-6114 for loca- while only 7 percent for less tion. than 3 years. Fall River Mills: Thursday, Not surprisingly, our area is March 1, at 8:30 a.m., at the populated primarily by small- Steer and Beer Steakhouse, er businesses, with 70 percent 43165 Hwy. 299 E. of respondents reporting five Chester and Westwood: Fri- or fewer employees, and68per- day, March 2, at 8 a.m. at cent generating annual sales of Plumas Bank, 255 Main St., under $400,000. The majority of Chester. businesses are service Quincy, Alturas/Cedarville providers (45 peycent), while 20 and Truckee meetings will be percent are professional ser- announced in the near future. vice firms and 17 percent are The Plumas Bank Business represented by retail stores. Survey respondents were auto- Fully two-thirds of all busi- matically entered in a draw- nesses surveyed expect their ing. Bill Kemp, owner of Ay- businesses to grow in 2001. oob's in Chester, won a Of those who responded, 46 two-day getaway package at percent plan to invest in new the Reno Eldorado Hotel and equipment or technology, 25 Casino; Dave Goodwin, owner percent to modernize or modi- of Goodwin Concrete in Al- ly existing facilities, and 15 turas, won a two night stay at percent to add more employ- the Reno Hilton; and Kenneth ees. Roberts, of A.G. Edwards in "I am looking forward to the Truckee, was the winner of a upcoming roundtable meetings round of golf and lunch for two in each community," said Bill at The Dragon at Gold Moun- Elliott, president and chief ex- tain. ecutive officer of Plumas Bank. "MAYBE I CAN HELP YOU SAVE MONEY ON IT." SEE ME ABOUT A NEW HOME DISCOUNT ON YOUR INSURANCE. ~rk Lambert L. # 0496874 I..ameen & tz, mtxtrt reura~e Sewcet Portala 888-251-5512 530-832-5512 Chris Jones (~ 530-258-3477 same holds true for Cathy and Tim who own and operate Graeagle Mill- their store will be closed March 1 31, during which time gift shows will here to Iowa, then south through ,e Q l~il, llle~ development ~ ~all~llel Including, but not limited to ..... k al'l Oonfld tlal counaellnd sessions with Business Developnlent-Center Counselors Bu~ Plmnind, etc. Dmogm~ In~ LOANS TO THE KIDS ; are often the bank of last resort (or even the first) for their Helping them out may be a good investment for the loan source for the borrowers-end even an easy out of an estate. But this should be done carefully Should be documented, noting the loan period and the and their offspring may agree on a mutually rate between a CD and an ordinary mortgage. the IRS will impute a market rate--and expect If a gift and the imputed interest exceed the girl-tax intents could incur gift tax. choose to give the money to their children. Note that Only $10,000 per recipient per year;, but if two parents forgive part of a loan-to a daughter and her rises to $40,00 a year. questions? Get the right answers from the experts 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 They both still work. But when you use our Check- Card. you'll think your checks are all washed upl More and more cqstomers are discovering the convenience of using a Plumas Bank Check-Card for shopping in local stores, catalogues, and even shopping on the intemet. The VISA CheckCard looks like a credit card, but acts like a check. Your purchases are automatically paid from your checking account. 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