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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 30, 2014 AND MIKE TABORSKI ]//Nf{'?i" !';~#~ "!~ P u b I is her ~;: !i~il mtaborski@plumasnews.com .............. BusiNeSS RETIREMENT IS NO TIME TO STOP CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY In-store specials, free hot dogs and drawings for bags of feed are all part of Pet Country Feed-N- Tack's customer appreciation day celebration this Saturday, May 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Owner Michelle Low has also arranged for some educational presentations that include acupressure for horses at 11:30 a.m.; a rep from Nutrina discussing poultry at 1 p.m.; small animal nutrition at 2 p.m.; and Willo Vieira talking about small ruminants at 3 p.m. Pet Country is on Highway 70 in Quincy next to Feather River Fitness. EdwardJones RENO GAZETTE OFFER Folks living in Quincy and to the east through Sierra Valley have an opportunity to take advantage of a special home delivery deal for the Reno Gazette Journal. Randy Scurry, who handles the circulation distribution for both the Gazette and Wall Street Journal for this area, is offering a 3-month subscription to the Gazette for just $18 per month. Regular price is $22 month. His contact is mynewspaper@ymail.com or 927-7030. LONGBOARDS BAR & GRILL OPENS On Thursday, May 1, Longboards Bar & Grill at Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Graeagle reopens for the season. Executive Chef Sean Conry offers a casual bistro fare menu for serving in the bar and patio daily from noon until closing. A contemporary dinner menu is offered in the dining room starting at 6 p.m. Sean only uses the freshest ingredients -- many he sources from the farmers and ranchers in our region -- and fresh ocean fish flown in from Hawaii. Our belated congratulations are due to the very talented Brent Bailey, who late last season earned the title of sous chef. OPENING SATURDAY IN CHESTER Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing in Susanville and Chester, is ready to open her Chester location this Saturday, May 10. You will find the nursery on Main Street in Chester next to the Bidwell House. LAKE ALMANOR FITNESS CENTER Garn Pringle, general operations manager at the Lake Almanor Fitness Center in Chester, wants his members to know they are now open daily from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. so members have an opportunity to get their workouts in at their convenience. Other exciting changes include the addition of some new equipment some new exercise classes. TWO NEW AGENTS Joe Gilmour and Carrie Warren at the Lake Almanor Office of Gilmour Real Estate Group welcome two new employees: Realtor Karen Blue and Pete Gilmour, who is an associate broker. Karen has been a licensed agent since 1991 and has 17 years of experience in the real estate mortgage industry and eight years selling homes. Pete has been in the real estate business since 1967, with 14 years of experience as a mortgage broker and 27 years as an FHA-certified real estate appraiser. The Lake Almanor office also received special recognition from its parent company, Keller Williams Real Estate, for having the most new listings in March and for the most new listings (by agent Joe Gilmour) in January in the Almanor region. NEW THAI MASSAGE THERAPIST Main Street Salon owner Kristy Brown welcomes certified massage therapist Kanda Kanjandee to her Taylorsville salon. Kanda is originally from Thailand and recently moved here. She is a certified massage practitioner specializing in Thai massage therapy. During May, Kanda is offering salon customers a free introductory 10-minute massage that addresses back and hip pains, and sore muscles. MILEAGE RATES ARE DOWN If you use your car for business, for medical travel, moving, or for charitable purposes, you can deduct the cost from your taxes. The easiest way is to use the mileage rate set by the Internal Revenue Service, rather than keep receipts to substantiate costs such as gasoline and oil For 2014, the mileage rate for business travel is 56 cents a mile (down slightly from last year; so is the price of gas). A worker who is reimbursed under an "accountable" plan won't be taxed on the reimbursement but can't deduct the expense. The rate for medical or moving reasons is 23.5 cents a mile. The rate for charitable purposes remains 14 cents. That low rate is fixed by Congress and the IRS cannot change it. In addition, you can deduct tolls and parking. It's important to keep good records of where you go and for what purpose. Notes on a calendar or datebook can be adequate documentation. What's deductible, what's not? We've got the answer to your tax questions at John A. Kimmel, CPA Bec uette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation 15A " Main St., Quincy 283-0680 Almanor West Grill Chef Mike Wilhelmson, who is co-owner of Lakeside Caf6 and Collectibles in Hamilton Branch, is also taking over the Almanor West Grill inside the Almanor West Golf Course clubhouse. With Mike's culinary background, he promises plenty of delicious new menu items that diners are sure to enjoy. The venue will be open daily serving lunch and dinner. Photo by Valorie Chisholm Almanor Chamber's membership dinner Thursday, May 22 CHAMBER UPDATE KIM JAMES Chester-Lake Aimanor Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau It's the Annual May Membership Meeting on Thursday, May 22. The lineup is a little different this year, an extended appetizer and cocktail hour with booths showcasing "What the Chamber Does." The Chamber's website, lakealmanorarea.com and the Visitors Area at The Good Vibrations Store are focal points for Chamber activity, as well as trusted sites for visitor information. We respond to over 5,000 (typically) visitor walk-ins and telephone inquiries at the Visitors Area each year. At the Membership Dinner we'll have our Big Draw Event booths, The Mile High 100, The Fireworks, The Parade, Community programs such as Flower Box, Merchant Safe Trick or Treat, Our Web Site and how it's showing off the whole Lake Almanor Lassen Region. We'll be having elections of four new directors and lots of conversations. Online registration is open now at www.lakealmanorarea.com under events. Every year The Mile High 100 brings in hundreds of people, This ride brings 500+ cyclists and their families into the Lake Almanor Area from all over California, Reno, and Southern Oregon. For the weekend, 800+ extra bodies in our area means Support the local economy and Invest in Plumas County! increased revenue to local businesses. In the long term, it means those persons will be exposed to the beauty of our area, share with their family and friends and return for a stay - resulting in a rise in local economy. Your Chamber works hard all year long to bring this event to the area. Everyone benifits, members or not. We can't do it alone. It takes a whole village to make The Mile High happen. We are reaching out to potential volunteers for the 32nd Annual Mile High 100 Bike Ride on Saturday, June 14, 2014. Contact us if you can volunteer some time to help with this event. r 0 To see why talking with Edward Jones about your retirement savings makes sense, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor www.edwardJones.com Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 ~Jewelry & Purses for Mom Don't forget your Mother's Day Cards! A LOCAL business supporting YOUR community projects, events, schools, charities and sports groupsfor over 30 years! We Appreciate Your Business! Bob, Linda, Kelly * Please come by for your complimentary 2014 calendar * Rouland Insurance Agency 650 Main Street, Chester Lic. #0657918 530-258-2218* 800-254-2218 Anthem F A R M E R S" brouland@farmersagent.com I I I III IIIIII II IIIIIIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIII ?lumas Bank need=; your help. We are collecting peanut buffer for local Food Bahia. ~ PEANUT BUTTER DRIV|~ www.plumasbank.com Why peanut buffer? * High h protein & nutrition * Has a long shelf lif * Loved by children & adults Ajar of peanut butter will mM 16 sa.dw;ches for a hungry family. Bring hope. to a childl Drop off a jar or 2 and receive a rocery fore bag.* *While supplies last.