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Lressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 14, 2001 i Area Classifieds TABORSKI PUBLISHER FIRM ADDS NEW PARTNER & Edwards Insurance Company at, effective last Jan. 1, Mike Flan- has become the fifth partner in the agency. 15 years in the insurance trade, the last five at the Quincy off'me. He now shares ownership with Bob Edwards and Bob who came on board last August, in Quincy, Murray and Sandra Murray, in Susanville. in Quincy, Susanville and Westwood, the full-service independent agency Lassen, Sierra and Modoc counties-- corner of the Sierras! BANK REMODEUNG COMPLETE )ilio, branch manager and vice president Bank in Quincy, tells us the extensive re- is finally completed. "Thanks to general Mike Beatty, Troy Clark from TLC Elec- Construction, who did the painting, and who did an excellent job with the tile, and operating at full efficiency with terrific ; conditions for both my staff and our cus- Serpilio said. APRIL 1ST WITH MORE ROOM Tantardino is opening her Chester busi- Street Boutique, for the season on April added a new room plus a garden room, )f new merchandise. MOTEL REDECORATED Barbara Larson have refurbished all the at their motel, Chester Manor, with drapes, linens, waLlpaper and furni- ,'ve even added king suites that have a sit- IAR ON FUNDING COLLEGE King, local investment representative for Jones, is having an "issues and solutions" titled "College Funding 101". Steve says Scott ZarineUi of Edward Jones and of Putnam Investments will discuss invest for college education, 529 plans, Edu- and more. It's Tuesday, April 3, from 4-5 his Lawrence St. office in Quincy. TABLE PIZZA SOUNDS GREAT see Paul Alvarez from Round Table ;Ring various Quincy-area businesses this delivers samples of their newest pizza, He says the pizza features pepperoni, roasted garlic and shredded cheese. COLLEGE BUSINESS CENTER UPDATE joined the Sierra College Small Development Center as assistant pro- the Plumas, Sierra and Truckee- A graduate of Humboldt State Univer- business consulting experience with sev- and as owner/director of his own firm, Lodestar, Inc. Small busi- people considering starting a busi- now call 800-527-7361 for more information or to set up a free, one-on-one consulting ap- Portola fitness center Photo by Denise Carpenetti Ron and Susan Jacobson have opened Fitness Village in Portola next to Feather River Gymnastics, which they also own. They offer an assortment of cardio exercise machines, free weights, resistance training equipment and personal training services. Ron, Who has a B.A. in physical education, and Susan, an athletic trainer while In southern California, beth felt there was a need for a fitness center in Portola. This location, they add, is temporary--they will be moving into larger facilities in the Sports Village when it's complete. The couple have two boys, Jake, 3, and Eric, 1. Photo by Cari Can!ton Elizabeth Marquez and Leonel Fiores are taking the keys to Mi Caaita in Chester from prior owners Mario and Miriam Merquez, who ere taking over the Quincy Mi Caalta Mexican Restaurant. Menus at both locations will remain the same. Others involved in the family un restaurants include: Flavio Pacheco, Claudia Pachoco and young Eric Pacheco. Business development services availablet Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing " Business Planning, etc. Demographic Information We are in the midst of plan- ning a new bi-annual event, the Indian Valley Treasure Hunt: a valley-wide yard sale bonanza. The event will be conducted twice during the year, in late May and early September. Residents participating in the event will receive advertis- ing, decorative signs and in- clusion on special maps. Treasure hunters will re- ceive these free maps from the chamber and from visitor in- formation racks. Planning is currently in progress, and suggestions are always welcome. Call us at 284-6633, for more information about the yard sales, or for information about the following upcoming events: Spring Affair Luncheon Ladies of the Greenville Community United Methodist Church serve up their popular luncheon Saturday, March 31. Honoring Joe Knadler Greenville Sincerity Lodge members are honoring resi- dent and businessman Joe Knadler for 50 years of mem- bership in their fraternity Sunday, April 1. Friends and family are invited to a dinner in his honor. RSVP to 284-7216. Taylorsville Art Show All new work from artisans from Plumas County and be- yond will be featured at this two-day show Saturday, April 7, and Sunday, April 8. The event is sponsored by mem- bers of the Workshop for Plumas Artists. Find out. Schedule a complimeta retirement plan review today. You work hard Ibr your money. [x'l mc help you make it work hard ibr you. ].x.!'s ~'t t