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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2001 I Area Classifieds TABORSKI PUBLISHER MISS HER, BUT WISH HER WELL the advertising and marketing needs Almanor area merchants for the Years, Chester Progressive ad rep Arlie Hol- decided to switch careers. Several years got her real estate license and began sell- estate part time for Coldwell Banker-Kehr, that she's had a taste of this new Arlie's ready to give it her all for the estate firm. She's been a past two decades to both our newspa- clients--we'll all miss her and we all Arlie will be seasoned ad rep Cheri whose role with the Chester Progressive seven years will be expanding to fill the her in sales is long-time Chester resi- staffer Carl Catron, who has in advertising and marketing for Couple of months. IG TALENTS Mylrea of Cybernderd Digital and Lar- of North Valley Media Associates on at Lake Almanor have combined 60 years of experience to offer businesses a complete, full-service adver- Services include everything from logo signage to radio, TV and video produc- state-of-the-art audio and video produc- t. COVERING EXPERTS proprietors of Hell- Flooring and Installations, at- national floor covering convention "Sur- . gas. Besides making some good deals Pass along to their customers, they'll be new floor covering line called "Allock." that we and Kim. flooring expert Jim McClain of JM also attended this convention in Las to seeing the new products and trade show, he attended several seminars Jim is also helping Nevada Chapter of the Certified :Installers (CFI), an organization that existence since 1994, with 12,000 mem- ICURIST AT HAIR DESIGN Tahoe resident Darcy Driskell has team at Hair Design Salon in Chester. tee said Darcy brings more than eXPerience as a manicurist to the salon. She nails, natural nails, pedicures TOO 'COOL' TO BE TRUE , Cool, new product at the Glass Onion in g to owners Chris and Beth Math- a genuine South Australian "Cormawar- barrel that has been converted into a instant wine cooler. You simply place in the slot and select the desired cool, chilled or cold--and within 3-7 ready. How 'bout that! DARli/UI oPP Now is the season for getting ready. Restaurants and resorts are cleaning and polishing, getting everything ready for a huge summer. Hiring for the summer workforce will be starting soon. I predict a tremendous influx of visitors. If you are fond of eating, then March is the month for you. Chester Rotary holds their wine tasting March 10. estate office Photo by Cberi Mcinbre Jackle Stoy has opened a real estate office called Lakeshore Realty. It's across from Peninsula Market at Lake Almanor. She has been a real estate agent for five years and a broker for one. Jackie is from Yreka, where she also worked in real estate. She and her husband have three children. Outside the office, Jackie enjoys horses, quad riding and sewing. She and husband, Doug, have lived in the Greenville area for four years with their three children. She is an active member of the Plums County Board of Realtors. 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It starts at 6 p.m. with corned beef dinner on March dinner served at 6:30 p.m. For 17. At 6 p.m., attitude adjust- more information, call Jim at ment hour begins and the din- 258-2380. ner is served at 7 p.m. Call Friday, March 16, the A1- David Price Jeweler at 258-4367 manor Recreation and Parks for more information. District is holding Swimming The Elks also host a break- Awareness Night featuring fast on the first Sunday of famed Olympian, Matt Biondi. every month. March 4, the The evening includes a menu is scrambled eggs with spaghetti feed. The speech is hash browns, sausage and free, so come along even if you muffins. You really must try it. can't make the dinner. Believe If you feel the need for a lit- me, those spaghetti dishes can tle leg stretching after all this wait. I'm definitely going to eating, head up to the park. hear Biondi speak. For infor- Lassen Volcanic National Park mation or tickets, call me at is holding snowshoe walks 258-3633. every Saturday at 1:30 p.m. un- Saturday, March 17, you til April 7. What an incredible have a choice of how to cele- way to see the park, and get brate St, Patrick's Day. The great exercise, too. Lake Almanor Shrine Club is Time to shake off any snow having an Irish sweepstakes doldrums and get out of the and corned beef and cabbage house. I'll be seeing you dinner. I've been to this a cou- arofind town. NEED HELP WIm YOUR BUSINESS? - Business development services available] Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing Business Planning, etc. Demographic Information PLUMAS CORPORATll (530) 283-3739 JCPauI~ P WE OAN HELP KEEP YOU TRKKIN' CALL ME ABOUT BUSINESS ISRANCL ~r~ Jones L. 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IRA goes to an individual, there may be double taxation income taxes on the IRA distribution and estate taxes over the unified credit (still $675,000 this year.) to leave retirement funds to a charity is to set up a with the charity as sole beneficiary. While you are Can add funds or withdraw them as you wish. If you want to have the money, it can be rolled over into his or her incurring income tax. Then the spouse can name the for the same advantages. can benefit you as well as the charity. We'll show 307 W. Main St., Quincy * 283-0680 ,@ They both still work. But when you use our Check- you'll think your ' checks are all washed upl More and more customers are discovering the convenience of using a Plumos Bank CheckCard for shopping in local stores, catalogues, and even shopping on the internet. The VISA CheckCard looks like a credit card, but acts like o check. Your purchases are automatically paid from your checking account. 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