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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 9, 2014 BUSINt00,SS AND CLAS:S;IF IEDS , ........ , ,, , T4 MIKE TABORSKI Publisher mtaborski@plu  BUSINESS SCENE TAKE SPECIAL NOTICE ... To celebrate Community Banking Month, Plumas Bank has some simple messages to share. Check out the bank's ad on this page throughout the month of April. TWO JOIN REAL ESTATE FIRM The Kehr/O'Brien Real Estate team welcomes two new agents to the Coldwell Banker family, Kristen Stelzriede and Bing Miller. Kristen is a licensed Realtor with specialized skills in photography and home staging who has lived in Lake Almanor for over 30 years. Bing was born and raised in Plumas County. She too has been an agent for 30 years and has had her broker's license for 25 years. Undoubtedly, she will be a team player for the firm with her real estate experience and her prowess in bowling. CUCCIA'S RESTAURANT OPENS FRIDAY Lila Prince, Gina Prince and Terry Moore opened Cuccia's pizza, pasta and wine bar for their sixth season last Friday, April 4. For the spring, it will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 5 p.m. until closing. Come enjoy their classic Italian cuisine and take advantage of the Thursday night specials when bottles of wine are half-price with dinner beginning April 10. The restaurant is at the corner of Mohawk Highway and Johnsville Road in Graeagle. JENELLI'S BAKERY REOPENS JeneUi's Bakery in downtown Quincy has reopened after the fire and owner/baker Jeanne Brovelli is excited to offer some new goodies. While the repairs and remodeling -- which really looks nice -- were being done at the bakery, Jeanne took advantage of the time to come up with some new gluten-free choices to add to her menu to complement the assorted pastries, cakes and cookies on the menu board. She's also added fresh baked bread daily and some house made soups. HEARTWORM TESTING SPECIAL In honor of Heartworm Awareness Month, for just $10 (that includes the office visit) you can have your pet tested for heartworm at American Valley Animal Hospital in East Quincy. Dr. Gary Klement sweetened the deal and said ff you choose to purchase a year's supply of Heartgard, the testing is free. Offers are good through April, so take care of your beloved pet(s) and have them tested. CRESCENT COUNTRY'S ADULT EGG HUNT The always-festive Crescent Country ladies, Barbara and Lisa, are hosting their 20th annual Spring Fling and Adult Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at their Crescent Mills gift store. As has been the tradition, eggs containing gifts and discount coupons will be placed throughout the store, with one containing the top prize, a $50 gift certificate. No purchase is necessary to participate. You can walk around the store, choose an egg and take it to the counter to see what you won. Of course, only one egg per person. TOLAND NOW ACCEPTS INSURANCE Kathleen K. Toland, MA, MFT now accepts all major insurance including Blue Cross and Medi-Cal at both her Portola and Quincy offices. She specializes in individual, marriage and family therapy, psychotherapy and counseling. For your convenience, evening and Saturday appointments are available. BISCUITS AND GRAVY AFTER MIDNIGHT In addition to their assortment of freshly made donuts, Jerry and Arleen Cook at Papa's Donuts in East Quincy have a "new and improved" recipe for their delicious biscuits and gravy. And for all you night owls, they are open from midnight to noon Tuesday through Saturday. WATCH YOUR BUSINESS CASH FLOW When a new business seems to be successful, it's tempting to want to make it grow. Whoa! Plan carefully so that you will have enough cash to cover the expansion. When the time comes to borrow from a bank or other lender, they don't want to see noticeable gaps between money coming in and flowing out. Trim your staffing costs. Don't hire more people than your business can support. At first, it may make sense to hire temporary employees or outsource some work before committing to full-timers. And share the need for tight controls with the staff; let them feel they have a stake in the business. Need more financing? Start early to line up sources, long before you desperately need money. Some smart business owners keep deposits in several local banks to maintain relationships with potential lenders over the years. Those relationships can pay off with easier loans on better terms. We specialize in helping small businesses maximize their potential. Come and talk to the experts at John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation C PA  307 W. Main St., Quincy = 283-0680 Appliance sales and repairs Khris Kiedrowski has opened East Quincy Appliance Re- pairs at 2130 E. Main St. in East Quincy. The store sells new and refurbished appliances. He has experience repair- ing all major appliances and is available throughout Plumas County. Prior to coming to Quincy to work with his cousin Joe to learn the trade, Khris was in the United States Navy for 12 years and was an advanced weapons system technician stationed in Japan for a portion of that time. He and his wife Lissa have two young boys. Glover's Appliance Repair is located in the same building. Photo by Holly Buus .t)owntown re-open CHAMBER. UPDATE KENT BARRETt Quincy Chamber of Commerce The Quincy Chamber would like to celebrate the re-opening of Main Street Artist Gallery and Jenelli's Bakery. The unveiling of the newly remodeled Main Street Gallery took place last Friday with their Grand Reopening Reception. The gala event was very well attended with standing- room-only crowds spilling outside to the sidewalk and alley. Please stop by the gallery and check out the beautiful new hardwood floors and redecorated interior. You can contact the gallery at 23-1909. Jenelli's Bakery also reopened on Wednesday last week. Norm and Jeanne Brovelli have been working tirelessly for three months to finally get their business back online. The Chamber would like to thank all the local volunteers and businesses who joined together to assist in the rebuilding of our downtown. The local Soroptimist Club is very busy preparing for an eventful season, starting with their annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Fairgrounds. The event is being held on Saturday, April 12. Many activities are planned starting with your children having their pictures taken with the Easter bunny at 10 a.m. and the Easter Egg Hunt starting at 11 a.m. For more details contact Traci at 283-2265. The Soroptimists are also celebrating outstanding women in our community Support the local economy and Invest in Plumas County! businesses ',r fire this evening at the Fairgrounds. Plumas Arts is holding their 8th annual Taste of Plumas on the evening of Saturday, April 12, in the Serpillio Hall at the Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. This year's event includes 20-plus restaurants, wineries and culinary businesses offering samples of their gourmet cuisine.. This event sells out early so make sure you get your tickets while supplies last. Contact Plumas Arts at 283-3402. The Quincy Chamber is currently filling Board of Director positions. If you are interested in becoming a board member or volunteering at our new office, located in Plumas Bank, you can contact the Chamber office at 283-0188. Think Local Invest Local Spend Local Together, Living in the Now, Preparing for the Future For many of us, our goals in life remain constant: financial independence and providing for family. Striking a balance between saving for goals, such as education and retiremen!, and allocating money for daily expenses can be chnll.noin O But you can do it. Learn how you can redefine your savings approach toward education and retirement. Call or visit today. Steven R Klnlk AAMS 530-283-4061 Financial Advisor Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. Quincy, CA 95971 Generals Drawing Sets No. 20 & No. 30 on Sale! *Also* Tempera Paint 16oz-ALL COLORS $2.99 Real Estate Sales ~ Vacation Rentals Our real estate market is gaining momentum. If you are ready to buy or sell, please give us a call today. Free market evaluation Experienced friendly sales team Two Office Locations to Serve You 452 Peninsula Drive I Phone: (530) 596-3303 i 119 Main Street, Chester 1 Phone: (530) 258-3303 . . DRE License#01237446 I '''1 I 1 www.LakeAImanorBrokers.oom This Week's Message issimple: i i More Jobs Better Schools Healthier Lifestyle Brighter Future we're building a better community. PLUMAS BANK=