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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 19, 2014 AND ..... ~: MIKE TABORSKI j ~ Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com ..... Bu E PROPERTY PROTECTION BUSINESS With six years of wildland fire experience, William Jacks has started a new business called Butterfly Valley Forestry. In addition to consulting services, he offers thinning, piling and burning services for private property owners. He can be reached at 588-6200. GRAEAGLE AREA ADDED TO YARD CARE Bob Jones, owner of Jones' Yard Care in Quincy, is gearing for the season ahead and is ready to help you with all your spring yard care problems. Bob is expanding his territory to now include the greater Graeagle area. He does it all. He mows, fertilizes, prunes, aerates lawns and will do just the spring cleanup ff that is all you need. Call 283-2921. THURSDAY NIGHT KIDS CAN EAT FREE Every Thursday night make it a family night because it's Kids' Night at Pizza at the Branch. With the purchase of one adult meal you are given one free meal for a kid under 10! Be the way, we want to congratulate this Hamilton Branch restaurant as it marks its first anniversary this month. Managers Karen and Randy Helmick tell us that in addition to offering a great lunch and dinner menu at this warm and friendly family restaurant, they are now serving Sunday breakfast from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oh, did I mention that they are not only well-known for their gourmet hamburgers, pizzas and pulled pork sandwiches, but they also serve some outrageous desserts including a nine-scoop banana split? ANNIVERSARY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS... Here's a "biggie" from the "time sure flies" files: In April, Tom Goss, of Goss Insurance Agency, will mark his 28th year of serving clients throughout Plumas County as an agent for Farmers Insurance. In addition to representing and selling Farmers Insurance products, Tom is also an independent agent/broker and can shop the insurance marketplace for things like workers' comp and home and commercial insurance including fire coverage. His wife Sonia joined the agency in 2005 and is also a licensed insurance agent and a notary with the special signing certification designation. The Giggling Crow in Chester is celebrating its fifth anniversary this month. The store offers a large selection of new and rediscovered upscale women's clothing and new fashion accessories, including jewelry, hats, scarves and more, to complement its collection of designer jeans. The store also features a popular "Handmade in Chester" section. A special tip of the hat to the folks at Slusher Plumbing in Chester. They are embarking on their 34th year of business this month. Services include heating and air conditioning repair and maintenance, as well as new equipment installation. They also do sewer and drain cleaning and installation of septic systems, tankless water heaters, gas piping and equipment and radiant heating systems. Ken Anthony is celebrating his seventh anniversary as owner/operator/chief mechanic of the Twenty Garage in Chester. Besides being a full-service automotive repair center for foreign and domestic cars and light trucks using state-of- the-art computer diagnostics and ASE-certified technicians, the garage also offers smog checks and certifications. It's year five for Kent Grammer, Valerie Grammer and Kurt Grammer as owners of the -- we toss ,em, they're awesome -- Pizza Factory in Portola. You'll find them located downtown on Commercial Street. HSA CHANGES FOR 2014 Health Savings Accounts, available to those with high. leductible health-insurance plans, still offer worthwhile advantages. The accounts can be tapped for out-of-pocket medical expenses. What's left grows untaxed and, after age 65, the funds can be used for other purposes, too. The accounts are fed by the insured, though some employers may contribute. The annual caps on deductible contributions rise this year to $6,550 for account owners with family coverage and to $3,300 for individual coverage. Those born before 1960 can put away an extra $1,000. Accounts can even be funded mid-year or later. Minimum policy deductibles on these plans remain at $2,500 for families and $1,250 for individuals. But the limits on out-of:pocket costs are rising to $12,700 for family coverage and $6,350 for individual coverage. The out-of-pocket costs include plan deductibles, copays and other expenses, but not premiums. Is a high-deductible plan with an HSA right for you? Talk it over with the finance people at John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation iCpA ,~" 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 Dinner and Bingo night in April CHAMBER UPDATE JOSH HUDDLESTON Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce Cast away those winter blues and join the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce for the First Annual April Dinner & Bingo. Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 26. Dinner is at 5 p.m. and Bingo starts immediately after. The menu includes soup, salad and dessert, $10 per person. Bingo cards are $1 each or 6 for $5. Come and enjoy the fun. Pro-sale tickets are available at Sterling Sage, Anna's Caf6, Village Drug, & Evergreen Market. Saturday, March 22, marks the calendar for the annual Shanghai Shindig, a fundraiser for the Indian Valley Rec. & Park Dist. Held in the Community Center on Hwy 89 in Greenville, attendees will be treated to wonderful Chinese fair, provided by Happy Garden of Chester, and a community talent show. This year's talent show, I hear, is full of wonderful musical acts, poetry readings and story telling. Tickets are available at Lupine's and Sterling Sage both in Greenville or online at www.ivrpd.org. Tickets are $30 per'person and for more information, you can call Kristina at 284-7385. The Chamber will be hosting the bar at the first annual Pheasants Forever dinner on April 5. The newly formed Plumas County chapter of Pheasants Forever will be holding this event in the Town Hall and the Chamber is delighted to be working with them. The month of April is filled with events that include the not-to-miss Adult Easter Egg Hunt at Crescent Country! This year on April 18, shoppers are challenged to find hidden eggs in the store. Each egg is worth a gift or prize. Call 284-6016 for more details. That same evening in Greenville at The Waystation, Bev and Gould will be hosting their Annual Egg Decorating Party, starting at 8 p.m. You can bring your own boiled eggs ready to decorate. These eggs will be used the next day, Saturday, April 19, for the Greenville Easter Egg Hunt at the Indian Valley Elementary School which starts promptly at 11 a.m. This Egg hunt is for toddlers to 10 years of age..It is recommended that children bring their own Easter basket for gathering their eggs. We are accepting donated boiled and decorated eggs for the hunt, which can be left at Nellz Towne Pump, The Waystation and Evergreen market on or before Friday, April 18. For more details, call the Chamber office at 284-6633. Also, that same morning in Taylorsville, the kids can hunt for eggs as well, starting at 10:30 a.m. at the Taylorsville Park. Donated eggs can be left at Indian Valley Museum on Friday, March 29, from 2-4 p.m. Other location to leave eggs for Taylorsville Egg ........ Plumas Bank-Greenville & Feather River Real Estate. For more details on this hunt, call 284-6406. Annual Valley-wide Yard sales will be Saturday, May 31. To get involved, participation form will be available at the Chamber office by mi4-March. Just call 284-6633 for details and a form can be.for,..w, arded by .............. mail or email. The IVC of C Century Bike Rides is scheduled for June 7 a change from our usual May date due to years of bad Memorial weekend weather. Forms are available online on our website www.indianvalley.net. If interested in volunteering please contact the Chamber office at 284-6633, which is open Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SUMMIT BUSINESS ADVISOR! Was pleased to represent Paul and Steve Clifton in the successful sale of their business Leonard's Market to Sierra Village Markets LLC doing business as Leonard's Market. Congratulations Steve and Paul! 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