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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 28, 2010 BUSINISS CLASSIFIEDS MIKE TABORSKI Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com BUSINESS SCENE COMMUNITY DAY AT THE RANCH You are invited to join Ralph and Trish Wilburn and their wranglers at their first-ever community appreciation day celebration, May 1, beginning at 2 p.m. This year marks their 10th anniversary as owners of Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch, situ- ated a few miles east of Quincy. As a way of thank- ing the community, they are holding this special community appreciation day packed full of free family activities and festivities. You'll enjoy fish- ing, swimming, lawn games, water games, horse- shoe and volleyball tournaments, line dancing, tug of wars and so much more. In addition, the local fire department and the Quincy fire department will display sorne of their equipment and Moun- tain Care LifeFlight will bring in a helicopter for display. Door prizes will be given throughout the day. We even understand some special guests are expected to attend. CHAMBER MIXER AT ALMANOR The Chester-Lake Almanor Chamber is having its next mixer Friday, April 30, 5:30-8 p.m. at Carol's Caf4 in Prattville. Host and owner Carol Franchette, who can lay claim to being one of the longest operating restaurants under the same ownership in the area, will serve an assortment of delectable items from her catering menu. This marks her 39th year in business, which she attrib- utes to continuing to enhance her menu offering "comfort foods with a twist." R.S.V.P. for the mixer by calling 258-2426. Edward Jones DARN THOSE RUMORS For those who might have heard the nasty rumor that Ayoobs in Quincy is closing its doors, noth- ing- and I mean nothing! -- could be further from the truth. Owner Charlotte Smith said her spring and summer merchandise is in with lots more on its way. She said they are also adding a lit- tle incentive for Saturday shoppers; you can get an extra 10% off your purchases between 3-5 p.m. through the summer. DENTIST PLANS OPEN HOUSE To mark the completion of Dr. Brent Webb's ............. transition to his new beautifully remodeled dental offices on Laurel Lane in Chester, he and Dr. Hugh Eltgroth are having an open house May 5, from 4-6 p.m. You are invited to stop by for refreshments and a chance to win a Zoom whiten- ing treatment. SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE In celebration of her first 8 years, Kim Burnett is having an open house for her Portola business, Value Wise Variety, May 1, from noon-2 p.m. Lots of prizes will be awarded, including a basket full of goodies valued at $100, not to mention hot dogs, drinks and balloons for the kids. Her two tenants, Sit-n-Scrap and Anytime Graphics will share in the festivities. DIANNA'S OPENS FOR SEASON Dianna's Restaurant at the Lake Almanor Country Club Golf Course is open for the season. Owner and Chef Dianna Guess has more than 30 years in catering coupled with a decade in the restaurant business. She is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. contractor, expanded services, including bat and bird removal, over the years. NEW AT PORTOLA AUTOMOTIVE Longtime local resident Hever Lopez is the newest technician to join the crew at Portola Automotive. Owner Robert Brumit, now cele- brating his 4th year, tells us he is also adding welding-- Mig, Tig and traditional gas -- services to his shop. NEW INFRARED SAUNA Located above the Grey Squirrel in Chester, Upstairs Day Spa owners Dawn Lee and Lisa Phillips tell us they now have the Health Mate Sauna. They said this is not a traditional stream sauna; it uses infrared rays that work by conver- sion where heat is transfer directly to the body without having to heat the air first. They said it allows for a deeper sweat while breathing more easily with tess energy loss. UPDATE ON MOONS RESTAURANT Some of the activity you might have noticed around Moons Restaurant in Quincy is that of Cole Dunbar and Jeffery McMahon,' the new own- ers. Cole was raised in Quincy and returned after graduiting from culinary school. Jeffery moved here from Minnesota 8 months ago. Plans include opening for lunch and dinner serving homemade regional American cuisine in late May or early June. Future plans include a microbrewery. FUN, FLEXIBILITY EXERCISE CLASSES Instructor Jennelle Verderber is conducting a Fun, Flexibility and Creative Enrichment !ass at Lake Almanor Fitness Center for childrh, ages 3-5. She said the classes are designed to en- hance flexibility and physical development, while inspiring creativity and self-awareness. For more information, call the Chester facility today. ARCHITECT RELOCATES TO GREENVILLE Blake Shelters Architect, LLP has relocated his offices to 308 Main St. in Greenville. Blake said his more centralized location will better serve his clients throughout Plumas County. He does architectural site and master planning, com- mercial and custom residential specializing in timber structures with his own unique "moun- tain craftsman" style. Remember Mother's Day!' Jewelry, Purses, Gifts, Gifts, G fts Forest Stationers Across from the Courthouse 531 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2266 FAX: (530) 283-2501 Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 5:30 pm ANNIVERSARIES... It's the 14th anniversary for Back Door Catering in Quincy. Owner Carom Chance pro- vides a full-service catering business with a menu as varied as your imagination. Located in the Min- eral Building at the fairgrounds, Carom provides her catering services throughout Plumas County. Gary and Ellen Foss are celebrating 31 years with Lakeside Construction. They originally started as Lakeside Painting and, as a licensed NOT A YEAR TO DIE Back in 2003 or so, when the Bush tax cuts first came in and estate tax exclusions started to rise, the popular (if ghoulish) saying was, "Wait until 2010, when the estate tax disappears! That's the year to die and save your heirs money!" Forget it! Congress is expected to reinstate the estate tax this year, and make it retroactive to January 1. Same with the generation-skipping tax. However, there is still question about a return to last year's $3.5-million exemption, and the eventual tax rate is still in question. Truth is, the no-estate-tax law could cost most people much, much more. That's because of a provision buried in it: Instead of inheriting property at its value on the owner's date of death, heirs would inherit also the original owner's basis on the property. That means the heirs would be responsible for capital gains taxes on any appreciated property when they sell it. Should you review your will for tax reasons? Talk it over with the folks at: In Quincy Shirley Pierson has opened Nail Boutique in East Quincy. She has been a nail technician for 13 years in the Porto- la/Graeagle area and is returning to work after a one- year medical leave. She offers manicures, nail enhance- ments and pedicures while customers relax in a special heated massaging spa chair. Photo by Karen Kuhn ii]00 .iiii)00! Steven R King Financial Advisor 546 Lawrence Street, Suite 8 Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 To learn why consolidating your retirement accounts to Edward Jones makes sense, call today. www.edwardjones.com Member $1PC No one offers more discounts than Farmers! So if you want a great price, great service, and a great agent, there's really only one name you need to know for auto insurance. Call now to find out more. Rouland Insurance Agency EO. Box 425/650 Main Street Chester, CA 96020 530-258-2218 Toll Free: 800-254-2218 Agent License Number: 0657918 brouland @ farmersagent.com ,' FARM E RS' Gets you back whev you bchmg: In 1982, Matt & Victoria Williams established Williams Construction. Licensed in California and Nevada, they specialize in residential and light commercial construction throughout Plumas County. Woolly Notions is their newest venture, Located in Graeagle, customers come from all over to purchase an array of yarn and knitting supplies. Matt commented, "Our business success is based on longevity, courtesy and integrity. We bank at Plumas Bank for the same reasons; Plumas Bank has been around for almost 30 years. We believe it's important to bank with a local, community bank that takes the time to get to know their customers." Victoria added, "The personal attention we receive from Rachelle Ramelli and her team is outstanding? Plumas Bank goes out of their way to really understand our business." To find out how Plumas Bank's personal approach to business banking can help your business, call us at 1.888.3PLUMAS (375.8627); or ask Matt and Victoria Williams.