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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 25, 2012 BUSINESS, CLASSIFIEDS AND SPORTS MIKE TABORSKI Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com BUSINESS SCENE CHAMBER MIXER AT ALMANOR The Lae Ah,,alur Area Chamber of Comm' be and Visitors Bureau ishaving its first spring mix- er Thursday, April 26, 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Carol's Cafe and West Shore Dell in Prattville. Host and owner Carol Franchetti -- who, with 41 years un- der her belt, can lay claim to being the longest op- erating restaurant under the same ownership in the area -- will serve an assortment of delectables offered on her menu. Call 258-2426 to RSVP for the chamber mixer. ON THE MOVE IN GRAEAGLE Bequette and Kimmel Accountancy Corpo- ration is moving its Graeagle office May I to Village Center, Suite 6. John Kimmel and staff will have their own space inside the offices of attorney David Heaslett. Combining offices and these two professionals makes a lot of sense for many reasons. Most importantly, it'll be good for many of their mutual clients who have estate planning issues that need to be addressed by a CPA and/or an attorney whose respective prac- tices include estate planning. As an aside, this move doesn't affect Bequette and Kimmel's office at 307 West Main St., Quincy. HOME INSPECTION SERVICES Licensed general contractor Richard Davis has expanded his services. The 38-year Quincy resi- dent has renamed his business Davis Home In- spection and Construction. After 23 years in the construction trade, Richard knows the ins and outs and is now offering home inspection services to both buyers and sellers. He can be reached at 283-0687. SEASONAL OPENINGS... Longboards Bar & Grill at Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Graeagle opens for the season Friday, April 27, with its extensive bar and deck menu served from noon till closing and dinner from 6 p.m. daily. Executive Chef Sean Conry showcases local and regional farm produce and meats, fresh pastas and house-made desserts. Longboards has repeatedly won the Wine Specta- tor Award of Excellence and offers a full bar with a courtesy vehicle to take guests home upon request. Cuccia's Restaurant, owned by Terry Moore, Gina Prince and Lila Prince, is open for the season. The pizza, pasta and wine bar located at the corner of Mohawk and Johnsville Road is renowned for its classic Italian cuisine served in a very charming and comfortable atmosphere. Luciano's cucina di pasta has reopened for the season at 449 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor, across from the Coldwell Banker offices. Chef/owner Ivan Tochev serves his popular Ital- ian specialties for dinner seven nights a week. The Grizzly Grill and Mountain Cuisine in historic downtown Blairsden have reopened re- cently. Owner Lynn Hagen said she is looking for- ward to another great year with both of her busi- nesses, each highly regarded for their respective delicious menus. Ed Ward and Candi Ward reopened the Graeagle Restaurant for its 55th season, 12 years under Ed and Candi's ownership. Not many busi- nesses can lay claim to that kind of longevity; con- gratulations! Other recent Blairsden/Graeagle openings to mention include Bonta St. Bistro, Anderson's Garden Center, Queen Bee Boutique and the Briar Patch. MEDICARE PREMIUMS Basic Medicare Part B premiums rise slightly for most people this year to $99.90. But higher-income seniors will pay more: a surcharge on Part B premiums and also on Part D premiums, if they carry that coverage as well. The surcharges are based on modified adjusted gross income (for the year 2010) and filing status, plus certain tax-exempt interest and foreign earned income. If income has dropped considerably since 2010, one can apply to Social Security for relief. Singles and heads of households with incomes under $85,000 would pay no surcharge. Over that to $107,000, there's a $40 surcharge plus $11.60 on Part D; from there to $160,000, a $99.90 surcharge plus $29.90 on part D. Higher-incomes up to $214,000 pay $159.80 more on Part B and $48.10 on Part D. Beyond that, the surcharges are $219.90 and $66.40. Married and filing jointly, the brackets are exactly double. For separate fliers, it gets complicated; ask. When it comes to dollars-and-cents issues, come to the finance and tax people at: Roberta Allen, CPA John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation {C_PA)" The CPA. Never Underestimate The Value. 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 astern Plumas e00eents taking shape CHAMBER UPDATE AUDREY ELLIS Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce The chamber welcomes new members: Lazy B Pet Care Ser- vices, Main Street Artists in Quincy, Pacific Culinary Foundations in Chico and Pine Ridge Apartments in Portola. Welcome to Eastern Plumas Chamber and we thank you for your membership. We are working in partner- ship with Feather Publishing in producing our "big mail- ing"; this year we are excited to announce that the publish- er is producing an eight-page full-size newspaper special section. This would be bulk mailed to every postal patron in Portola, Graea- gle/Blairsden and Clio. The added bonus for our members this year is that the same spe- cial section will then be in- serted into the Portola Re- porter and Feather River Bul- letin in Quincy in the follow- ing week's edition. The second value added bonus is that copies of this spe- cial section will also be posted on plumasnews.com and will remain online throughout the summer. A link will be created from the Eastern Plumas Chamber's website to this sec- tion. Please look out for this package in your local newspa- per in June and support your local newspaper, businesses and commerce. Longboards Bar and Grill are hosting a fundraiser for the chamber May 6 from 12:30 p.m. Comeand enjoy Chef Sean Conry's superb cuisine, supported by his culinary students. Listen to the story of the Hawaiian Cheeseburger and two magnificent ladies who made it happen! Special thanks to Longboards, Tick- ets are $20 to include food, beer and wine. Tickets are limited and selling fast so call the chamber, 836-6811, for your tickets. The sumier season is near- ly upon us and the Season Opening Day for Longboards Bar and Grill for the 2012 sea- son is Friday, April 27, serv- ing the bar/deck menu from noon to closing, and dinner starting at 6 p.m. Longboards will be open daily. Sierra Park Homes in Quin- cy is hosting an open day May 12; they will be showing you around their wonderful show home and you can talk to Almanor Energy Plus about solar and Energy Star about your energy savings. There will be food and beverages. Greenhorn Guest Ranch is offering special packages for Mother's Day weekend. Call Sierra Park, 283-9301, for more details. On May 12 look out for the 12th Annual Horses Unlimited Golf Tournament, at Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Graeagle. For details, contact Shirley at 27%5446. Plan to go out to the Lodge at Whitehawk Wednesday, May 16, for their Open House - Meet & Greet. Hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. Enjoy some tasty appetizers and check out all the changes. Patti's Thunder Morning Thunder, now known as Patti's Thunder, reopened today, Wednesday, April 25, under the ownership of former owner Patti DeCoe. She originally bought the restaurant in 1992 and ran it until 2007. Patti obviously has a love for the restaurant business  as evidenced by the fact that she has worked at several Plumas County dining establishments during the last five years -- and is excited to back. She has brought many of the original dishes back to the breakfast and lunch menu, including the popular St. Thomas and Thunder omelets, Thunder burger and huevos rancheros. Photo by Bill Chesley BADGER Powerfully Pure ...... Body Care Super-safe, super comforting blends of whole organic oils, butters, waxes and extracts. We have a new shipment of soothing bahns, lip tints and shimmers! See them all at: For es t St a t i ...... ........ ..... oners cross fr the Courthouse i 531 Main Streett Quincy, CA 95971 2832501 MomFr 9:30am,S:3Opm To schedule your complimentary financial review, call or visit today. Steven R King Financial Advisor www.edwardJones.com Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 Between jobs? Self-employed? Graduating student? Uninsured? COBRA too expensive? Call today for a FREE quote! Call your local agent today LINDA D. ROULAND ROULAND INSURANCE AGENCY Authorized Agent (530) 258-2218 650 Main Street Chester, CA 96020 (800) 254=2218 ilnsuru2@citlink.net CA Insurance License # 0750817 Anthem.@ Anthem Blue Cross is the trade name of Blue Cross of California, Indeoendent licensee of the Blue Cross Association. ANTHEM is a registered trademark of Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc. The Blue Cross name and symbol are registered marks of the Blue Cross Association. For more than 38 years, Attorney At Low, David J. He0slett, has counseled his clients with respect, clarity ant He opened his practice in Graeagle 17 years ago and provides estate planning, wills and trusts, advanced cote diredives, durable powers of attorney, probates, consumer and business bankruptcies, criminal and DUI defense, and the formation of corporations, LLCs, partnerships and non-profit organizations. David explains, "My goal is to offer quality, caring, legal services that meet my clients' personal needs and to provide them with lhe information they need to make fully informed decisions for themselves and their family's future." Nancy added, "David believes strongly that an attorney's responsibility is to provide ethical, timely, solution-oriented and cost effective, dispute resolution legal services. RacheUe Ramelli and her team also offer sound, practical, financial services that meet our own personal nnd business needs. Plumas Bank certainly raises the bar when it comes to exceptional banking service!" To lind out how Plums Bank's personal approach to business banking can help your business, call us at 1.888.3PLUMA$ (375.8627), or ask David and Nancy Heaslett. I/'