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n~ Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, AI~il 1t, 2001 I IIII It II t II l[ I l llPl JI!L".'J.' ....... r ~ . lJllJI I........J.~__.. I . Il IIIIllll I Classlfl I I I II IIIIIIIP I I I I TABORSKI PUBLISHER ANNIVERSARY.. time flies! It was 10 years ago this month the Willits family--Curt, Jennifer, Rusty and the Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Mercury dealership in Quincy--"'Where family ,Mar ,.s are real values. Kevin Duffy, general mana er r arv lllits Motors, tells us they'll mark t g Timber "^-- J his " uurmg April with the best deal speczal selection ever. McBride is celebrating her fifth year as f Forest Stationers in downtown Quincy. If rooking for OZZlce Iurniture, or need some my' a more efficient and organized office, ]tes you to stop in and see what they have products and advise! ginald "Dr. Reg" Willich, DC, and wife Julie, are enjoying their fin'st anniver- with Almanor Chiropractic in Chester ENINGS AND ADJUSTMENTS... is open for the season Monday thru , - :: Owners Mike Green and Carolyn Van Cons0aen ot.ler an assortment of sandwiches, salads He n bake pizzas. +A ., t Lake Davis, the Grizzly Store & Res lie I|Pen for the . ort is be .---- season. Sara Bensmger says she 41 -penmg her new frosty on April 28. i :Dale and Michelle Escobar said that be " u t . . . ginning .... hey will be keeping then" Hamilton Branc (53o) IM' . . h -k " s Barbecue and Dell, open sLx da s , Closed only on Mondays. Y The board of directors of annual consecutive cash divi- gy of increasing shareholder Lassen, Modoc, Shasta, Neva- Plumas Bank, (OTC: PLBA),.at dend paid by Plumas Bank. value." da and Sierra counties since its April 3 meeting, declared "The local board of directors Headquartered in Quincy, 1980. The bank provides tradi, an annual cash dividend of 30 took this action," said William with assets of nearly $250 mil- tional deposit, lending, mort! cents per share, matching the E. Elliott, president and chief lion, Plumas Bank maintainsgage and commercial products 30 cents per share paid in 2000. executive officer of the bank, nine full-service communityand services to business and The payable date for the die- "in recognition of the twelfth banking offices serving the fi- retail customers throughout idend will be April 24, 2001, to consecutive year of earnings nancial needs of local families its market area. shareholders of record as of growth and is a continuation and businesses in Plumas, April 10, 2001. This is the fifth of the bank's long term strate- y clothes and Photo by Carl Cantron Warren Kidder has Joined the Noel family---Karen, Nathan, Abby and young Cole NoeI-McFarland--to open a clothing and supplies store in C!eor Creek. They sale me new store is more like a servzce for families, since the owners have started the business with the idea of not needing to make a profit. Some of the mer- chandise carried in the store besides clothing includes nm.e brand car seats, baby furniture, swings, car seats aria walkers. All are Iongtime area residents.,.Abundant Life Natural Foods will ,,, . Unaays from noon to 4 p.m. beginning , t)ut will continue to be closed on Frida s an uays, reports owner Kathy Brown. Y tiD% ce Dc, wm dose his chic ,+,.. 6 m Quincy for vacation April 19 thru .... penlng Ma , : y 7. T,3 $ eOeTOWNERS ATTEND saow --v I. 'u uon Driscoll, along with co-worker OO _tinges, have some hot new ideas and rod // uley P - P cked up while attending the Hearth Prod- csciat'ion show in Salt Lake City late last Besides buying new stoves for their business Y Hot Spot (which, incidentall is ,k-IIIll ra, ..... Y, soooo ..... -e man just a stove store), they attended Ym seminars on business strate ies an ?ledge. g d product lik tG IS EVERYTHING . _ _ gie Meeker, owner of Country Style Famil Y s,p,f? Greenvme, be attending the San onow, returning, she says, with the latest Don't miss out on one of two great ways to save for retirement: Lrlland beauty fashions just in time for Prom Contributions to traditional IRAs and may be tax-deductible. Roth IRAs offer the potential for tax-free income. E WINNER IS... vo. can't afford to wait! asay Dav . is! This Quincy resident picked the c.,,,,o, ,.,.,. Pi ers from this year s Oscar nominees and Steve King eive a ten-visit movie Pass to the Town Hall Edward Jones +,..+ +-+.,+.... tre. Manager Janet Hedrick is now o esm t._h:rou ghP l ogl. Y will help et them eleases even sooner, g -_ Ea TATE FIRM EARNs AWARDS O awards were presented to the broker and United Country Ron Martin Realty at a convention in Orlando, Fla. re- cently. R_o,n Martin received United Country s prestigious Genesis Award tor excellence in marketing. Ron's of- f r_anl{ed No. 6 among the company's mteo cruces nationwide in overall performance during 2000, for which he .also earned the Summit Club Award or sales performance His sales assoc Ballard, Sharon Ro " i- U-" - che, Don Townsend me, each earn and +, ..... ed the Pinnacle Club Award for mmmn eacn m sales volume last year. THE NANNY TAX kl you .have a nanny taking care :fL your children or a housekeeper ~mg m our home, you rob ,-, breed--and you direct how ~P~-q-ua.rtcr t.o all household employees bares ! count a,u wnen the job is done. Babysitters actually two kinds of taxes involved: FICA, the social and Medicare tax, and FUTA, the federal unemployment FICA rate is 7.65 percent from you, the employer, and 7.65 percent from the employee. In practice though, many pay the whole thing. The FUTA rate, paid on the first of each employee's salary, is effectively 0.8 percent if both unemployment taxes arc paid on time. taxes should be reported on your personal tax return on a H. You'll need to file other tax returns, too. The good a dePendent care credit on your return may offset tbe cost. to you as a public service by your helpful bankms at: Quincy 283-4}680 Photo by Cari Cantron Mlchelle RoblMns is the director of the Mt. Methodist Children's Center at the Chester Community United Methodist Church. When it opens In April, they will of- for preschool child care and learning programs, meals and snacks. Michalle has been involved with day care operations for 10 years, and owned her own day care center in Byron, Calif. She and husband, Tom, have two children, JIIlian, 10, and Haley, 9. Happy Easter Come check out our Bunnies & Chicks T ' hey re Hot! 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle SIMPLE DIRECTIONS COULD SAVE YOU MONEY." CALL ME TO FiND OUT HOW SAFE ~IIVEllS CAN SAVIL ~rk Lambert tic. # 04~974 I~nvaea & ~ t~mrmm Smk~, ~mm 888-251 - 5512 530-832:5512 ++++, @ ~ramura~ AIIslale. 800--468-1233 you're .+ O