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lrogressive, Record, Reporter | i Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Area Classifieds TABORSKI PUBLISHER SEE WORK STARTING SOON talked with Lou Vasquez, manager of Say- in east Quincy, about the status remodeling at Sierra Center. Lou lhe had been meeting last week with several sub- who will be working on the renovation Lou said he expects things to begin happen- Weather permitting, very soon. On another note: have noticed the gradual changeover taking with the store's generic house brand--Spring- being replaced by the Western Family line of WITH THE DUST AT RELAY STATION? you asked. Relay Station owners Ralph and are expanding their car wash at their 70 gas station and mini mart in Quincy. says they age installing a state-of-the-art, automatic car wash in one stall with the stalls for hand-washing. He hopes con- will be completed by the end of April...We'll informed on their progress. center, cafe Photo by Alicia Higbee Chef Gus Garcla goes over the final menu selections with the new Greenville Cafe and Teen Scene owner Ed- dy Sowers. The Teen Scene (old Pioneer Bar) provides activities, games and snacks for ages 10 to 17. The care, which will open soon, will serve breakfast, lunch and an international menu for dinner. Garcia has 16 years of cooking experience that includes the steak houses at both the Peppermill and Harrah's. Sowers taught high school, coached and Is a novelist. Asset deal Photo by Chefi Mclntire Chris Jones, owner of High Sierra Insurance Services, has purchased the assets of Jon G. King Insurance Agency in Greenville. King, who was a good friend of Jones, passed away in January. Jones says the policy- holders of King's agency will he serviced through his Chester office. Pictured are Doreen Campbell, Debble Johnston, Chris Jones, Cindy Lalias and Janet Smith. I IN FIJI FOR CHESTER TRAVEL AGENTS to put a diving and golf travel package to- early 2002, Rosie and Peter SchuJz, owners Travel Service in Chester, recently to the Island of Fiji. Traveling with them A1 Froese, whose job it was to find the right golf for this package, and Joe Arpose, whose job to f'md the right diving package. Peter says mis- accomplished! OPENING TODAY Frazen is having a grand opening today, Mar. 28, for her new Quincy business, Closet. Her Lawrence St. store, next to r Thunder, carries "upscale" name brand both professional and casual, that she gets r from the Bay Area. BUSINESS EXCHANGE TUESDAY Quincy Chamber of Commerce is having t monthly morning business exchange next 3, at Round Table Pizza in the Shopping Center. The meeting gets 8 a.m. and is open to members, prospective and anyone else interested in sharing ideas about your community. HAIR TO CLOSE FOR REMODEUNG Sheffield will close her Greenville busi- KT's Hair & Tanning Salon, for remodeling Saturday, March 31, reopening Tuesday, 10. While closed, Amanda said she will be at- the West Coast Hair Show searching for the ideas and products. FOR THOUGHT... is the new chef at the Timber Restaurant in Chester. They are currently thru Sunday the Kopper Kettle in Chester is now serving from 5-9 p.m. MILL WORKS TO REOPEN three weeks of attending merchandise marts 1 Denver to Dallas, and points in between, Tim Kurdupski will be reopening Graeagle Works for their 10th season this Saturday, 31. CREATIVE CLASSES OFFERED at Express Yourself Ceramics offering chalk, stains, glass painting, and glazing classes at their Chester busS- With the help of their staff, come see what you PRODUCT IN STOCK complete line of Interceramic tile products for ;, walls and countertops is now carried at Tom Hupp's Almanor Flooring in Chester. GIFT A ROTH Ik 's a way to help set up a child or grandchild for a more . fimim at little cost to you: give that youngster a paid- !Roth IRA. (.ids generally have little sense of saving for the future, and are not likely to want to give up their pocket moneY. But and grandparents know better. And as long as the earns money-at a summer job, perhapS, or even can contribute as much as 100 pcrc t of the I, up to $2,000/~ year. Better yet, it's not too late to open contribute to a Roth IRA for last year! that the Roth contribution would count against the annual exclusion free of gift tax. is that S2,000 gift?. Given to a ! 5.year-old and percent a year, it will top $90,000 when he or she is Give for three years, and there'll b more than $250,000. . to you as a good savings idea from the dollars-ano- people at: 307 W. Main St. Quiacy 283-41680 Graeagle Fun Bunch Presents Community Pot Luck March 30 6:00 p.m. Graeagle Community Hall Which is right for you? Focused on planning for retirement? 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