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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 2, 2012 BUSINESS, CLASSIFIED SPORTS t BUSINESS SCENE • HELP WANTED • AUTO • REAL SAlE ESTATE FOR & MORE '. : ::.:::ii. :: :::::.::i::{ ::::::::::::::::::::::: : ::  }}-,,x.,:: : ::-- MIKE TABORSKI Publisher rata BUSINESS SCENE TWO PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENTS Angela Pehrson has been promoted ii2!!i ! to vice president, human resources :::: ....  , ; president,manager and Elizabeth Steffen to vice ii  l!!iiii  technology resources man- ager at Plumas Bank. Angela joined the bank in 2006 and received her professional human re- sources certification in 2010. Her re- Angea Pehrso. sponsibilities include developing and maintaining corporate HR policies, ensuring compliance and enhancing employee growth and productivity. Elizabeth joined the bank in 2009. She manages network administration, eBanking and the customer resource center. She is accountable for direct- ing and ensuring the effective, effi- cient and secure operation of all tech- Elizabeth Steffen nological functions of the bank. She received her-Bachelor of Science de- gree in business administration/information sys- tems 'and her master's in technology management from the University of Phoenix. Rose Dembosz, executive vice president and bank operations manager', said, 'Angie has mas- tered the core HR principles through the complex certification process and has demonstrated strong commitment and dedication to the employees of Plumas Bank. Elizabeth's leadership, loyalty and experience have been instrumental in the bank's growth. FREE COMIC BOOKS SUNDAY Scott and Dana Cash, owners of Stoneleaf in downtown Quincy, are having a free comic book (and other giveaways) day this Sunday, May 6. A day of fun -- including HeroClix and other unique games begins at 11 a.m. Their new Main Street store now has a foosball table, lots of gift items, fair trade clothing, hats, jewelry, video games and much more. Edward Jones BECKWITH TAVERN SERVING DINNERS The historic Beckwith Tavern on Highway 70 in Beckwourth is now serving dinner Wednesday through Sunday.The dinner menu created and prepared by Valerie Maher features steaks, salmon, pasta and Valerie's favorite: sea scallops. They also feature brunch on Sundays. Her home- made pies are a must try when you visit! PLUMAS PINES' NEW OWNERS Dwayne and Nina Oller are the new owners of Plumas Pines Restaurant nestled on the west shore of Lake Almanor. They will be opening for the season May 4 just in time for a Cinco de Mayo celebration and later a Mother's Day brunch. Chef Christian Anderson presents an extensive break: fast, lunch and dinner menu featuring Angus beef and house-made breads and desserts. The full bar is complemented with a nice selection of fine wines -- all to be enjoyed with both inside and outside tables affording spectacular views of the lake. MORE SEASON OPENINGS... Carol's Cafe and West Shore Dell in Prattville is opening for its 41st season May 3. Owner Carol Franchetti attributes her success to continuing to enhance her menu of "comfort foods with a new blend of flavors." This winter Carol did some upgrading to the facility including hickory wood flooring in the dining area and re- placing the front windows. This only enhanced the cozy mountainy atmosphere. Chamber's awards, me0000qbership dinner May 1 7 CHAMBER UPDATE KIM JAMES Chester-Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau May 17 we are having our annual membership dinner. Although the dinner is slat- ed to be delicious, with a great location and company, this is also where we vote in new board members, and where the entire member- ship votes in big decisions. Last year, it was voted in to change the name of the chamber from Chester-Lake Almanor Chamber of Com- merce to Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. This is our awards dinner as well, where various businesses and people are honored, as well as very important mem- bership information. The community nominated a Person of the Year and this person will also be the grand marshal for the parade. This person will be announcer at the .dinner. We hope to see you there. We have a call out for area artists and photographers. We are looking for images for our website land- scapes, weddings, wildlife, people and places to enhance the view at lake We will be changing out many pho- tos soon. If anyone is inter- ested in submitting, it is im- portant to have a sgned re- lease and Web-sized files. The marketing committee will choose the images. All photographers chosen will have photo credit on each image and links to their re- spective sites instead of fi- nancial compensation. For the artists, they are welcome to hang and sell their art in our wonderful Old Town location while vol- unteering at the chamber to help area visitors find their way. This is a commitment of four hours per week. , The Mile High 100 is a massive endeavor that re- quires at least 60 volunteers for two days. All area busi- nesses benefit, members or not, with an influx Of 600 people eating, playing, gassing up, dining and lodging. We are still in need of many volunteers to pull offthis event. Con- tact the chamber at info@ lake or 258-2426. Don't forget to sign up for our annual membership din- ner May 17; it's filling up fast. Lake Almanor Truss Brian Campbell is the new president and CEO of Lake Almanor Truss in Chester. He has been in the business locally for over 25 years so he understands the county's requirements for snow loads and the necessity of precision angles. Brian said the roof trusses are -structurally engineer.ed then manufactured at his business. Photo by Cheri Mclntire Need Help with a Mother's Day Gift? We have a great selection of: Purses • Jewelry • Fun Gift Ideas & More! YOU'VE SPENT A LIFETIME PREPARING FOR RETIREMENT. NOW WHAT? iii:{iiT: m To learn how to make the most of your retirement strategy, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor Me, S,PC 47 Bradley St Quincy, CA 95971 530 283-4061 ONCE BOB AND LINDA ROULAND TELL YOU ABOUT ALL THE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE, YOU MIGHT WANT A WALLET-SIZED PHOTO. f D I I I ;I I :,: I / : i!!l $ R 1 ....... .4 .... : :":i :1 1 :!" .i. :::1 C I E i i BI Imm mm im i ill iiim i i n mm ii i mira lm .I "Your billfold s about to gel failer Because not only will photo of your favorite new insurance agent find o valued place in your wallet, the 3ictures of several presidents could as well. Farmers ® agents like us have access to more than 35 discounts, which means you could save money on a polcy that's just right for you. What's not to love? Contact us today. Then grab some scissors. Your wallet will thank tou." St, Chester, CA, 96020  F A R M E R S" PC) Box 425 / 650 Main Agent License Number: 06579] 8 DO you lOVe your agent? 258-2218 or 800-254-2218 Dianna's Restaurant at the Lake Almanor Country Club Golf Course is open for the season. Chef Dianna Guess has more than 30 years cater- ing experience and 10 in the restaurant business. She invites everyone to come for a quiet dinner and try one of her "chef's specialties" or enjoy a Sunday brunch. Attention to all our great customers in the Eastern end of the county: We have moved our Graeagle office one block north to the Graeagle Village Centre Ste 6. We will be sharing office space with David and Nancy Heaslett. We will have exclusive use of the office on Weds. and Thurs. each week. Items can be dropped off to us anytime through the mail slot or at front desk. Our phone number stays the same (836-0193) and will still be forwarded to Quincy when not on site in GraeagIe (please do not call David Heaslett's number for us, we will not be reached that way). We are excited about our new location, stop by and say Hi, Roberta Allen, CPA John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation ,˘P-A )" he C.. Never Underestimate The Value 307 W. Main St., Quincy • 283-0680 I to customers throughout Lassen, Plumas and Modoc counties since 2004. [ Owner, Jim Willis, started his ca reeF38 years ago as a framer and concrete contrador. Now he focuses on new, remodel and metal !!  building €onstrudion. Jim is the Star dealership for metal buildings for northeastern California. He commented, I believe that if you are fair and honest with your customers, you will stay in business. I am proud to be part of i this communil:and I try to give back. I bank with Plums Bank because Mafia Nye and her team are personable, professional, and [ they give boc! to our community too. Plumas Bank is always looking for ways to help build my businessand my future:. To find out how Plumas Bank's personal approach to bus,hess banking can help your business, call us at 1.8$8.3PLUMAS (375.8627), or ask Jim Willis. : Located in Susanville, Jim Willis Construction, Incl pi0vides new €onstrudionl remodeling, metal buildings, and general €ontrading