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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 19, 2010 SS and .,.E T..o,s., Pub sher B US?NE 'SS TNE YET ANOTHER UNIQUE ITEM ADDED When it comes to having an eye for biending the right mix of inventory for their market, Bink, Josh and Jeff at Sterling Sage in Greenville seem to have it down to an artful science. The latest is hardwoods cutting boards made by an artist in Chico who also has a home in Clear Creek. You will find them in the gourmet foods and kitchen gadget section of the store. The selection is im- pressive with all sorts of sizes and styles of boards, including long bread boards with custom ceramic dishes for your olive oil and balsamic vinegar mix (which they also sell) for dipping the cut bread. HELPING WITH THE OIL SPILL Margie Meeker of Country Style Salon in Greenville is collecting fur, hair and old nylons to send to help with the oil spill efforts in the Gulf of Mexico. She would like to mail off the package as soon as possible, so if have anything to con- tribute, drop it by her shop at 219 Main St. TWO ATTEND SPECIAL TECH SCHOOL Gary Schuyler, owner of Schuyler Collision Repair, and Mark Bennett, owner of Bennett En- terprises, both in Quincy, just graduated from GX Professional Spray Systems at the Langeman Tech Center in Sandy, Utah. With that specialized train- ing they are now experts with Reflex Spray for bed liners available in a variety of colors. EdwardJones CHESTER BUSINESS RELOCATES Laura Semrau has moved her Chester business, Essential Skincare and Reflexology, to 135 Main St., Suite B. In addition to adding several new items, Laura said she will continue to offer Murad facial treatments, product consultations, waxing and reflexology. WISHING THESE FOLKS THE BEST... Just three years ago in April, lifelong Quincy resident and businesswomen Charlotte Smith opened Ayoobs on Main Street in Quincy The well-stocked store carries a great mix of family apparel for work or leisure, along with a full line of fashion accessories, shoes, work boots and more. New spring and summer fashions are arriv- ing weekly Kenny Chance, a licensed general contractor and longtime resident, is now in his third year in business in Quincy with Chance Construction Company. Kenny, who has a solid reputation for the quality of his workmanship and knowing everything there is about his trade, does new con- struction and remodels. Lassen View Landscape & Nursery own- ers Harvey and Gina Burnett are celebrating their sixth anniversary providing residential and com- mercial landscaping services and their second an- niversary with the nursery part of their business. They have relocated to 130 Main St. in Chester to what they said is a more convenient location. Upcoming events aplenty in east Count), meet all our members and we 23, at 1- 5 p.m., at the Graea- Mohawk Community Re- CHAMBER UPDATE look forward to seeing you. gle Picnic Grounds on source Center in Graeagle. AUDREY ELLIS We have a full calendar of Apache Trails. The featured An author's book signing Eastern Plumas events this month; check out bands are Midnight Rose June 16, is at Briars Patch Chamber of Commerce the website for full details, Jazz Band and Black Tuesday Store in Graeagle, 3 - 5 p.m., I am excited to announcebut here is a preview of the Jazz Band for information Mary Lou "Dink." that the chamber has ap-events, call 836-4523. The Poker Run, June 19, in pointed me as the new execu- Words & Music is May 21, The Bursting into Delleker is sponsored by the tive director and I look for- at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by Spring/Summer Arts & Eastern Rural Fire District. ward to working with you all. Plumas Arts at the Feather Crafts Fair May 30, 10 a.m. - 4 For more information, call We would like to welcomeCommunity Arts Centre in p.m. is sponsored by the Mo- 832-5626. three new members to thePortola. For information ,call hawk Artist Guild and willDon't forget Taco Tuesday. Eastern Plumas chamber: 832-4518. be at the Graeagle Firehall. For more information, call Cast-A-Way Consignment The Graeagle Junior Fish-The third annual Relay for832-5785. Shoppe, Cast-A-Weigh Cruise ing Derby at the Millpond in Life Wine Tasting ig June 6, We would like to remind Agency and Marsha Shep- Graeagle is May 22, at 7 a.m. at 4 p.m. Help Relay for Life you all that if you have pard. Thank you for yourIt's sponsored by Trout Un- and taste some wonderful changed or updated your e- support anti we look forward limited; for more informa- wines at the Bonta St. Bistro mail address, let us know. to working with you all.lion, call Tim 835-2828. in Blairsden. Don't forget; the Chamber You are invited to a cham- Calpine Elks Lodge hosts The Taste of Mohawk June is here for you, call by and bet mixer May 19, courtesy of bingo May 22, at 1 p.m. at the 12, is at Graeagle Park 1 - 4 say hi to us in the office at Feather River Rental, 55Calpine Elks Lodge on High- p.m.; it's a fundraiser for the Blairsden. DeUeker Dr. in Delleker.way 70 in Maybe. Commencing 5:30 - 7 p.m., The Feather River Dixieland this is a great opportunity to Jazz Society concert is May New name, new owner Kris Richardson purchased B&B Thrift in Portola from Bobbie and Bob Barone who are moving to Alabama, Kris renamed the used clothing and household items bar- gain store Krissy's Kloset & Kollectibles. It's on Nevada Street behind Pizza Factory, Kris is not new to retailing, she and her family owned a business in the '70s and had always" wanted to someday own her own store again. She and her husband, Jim, have lived in Graeagle for 24 ~NM~. Photo by A|esh~ Comes Remember the Student Art Walk May 22nd in Quincy lO-5pm Forest Stationers Across from the Courthouse Graeagle Store 531 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 111 Hwy 89, Graeagle, CA 96103 (530) 283-2266 FAX: (530) 283-2501 (530) 836-1962 Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 5:30 pm Friday - Monday 12pro - 4pro BALANCED THAN YOUR 401(k)? To learn how Edward Jones can help you make sense of your 401 (k), call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor M~mbe, s~Pc 546 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 Suite 8 ONCE BOB AND LINDA ROULAND TELL YOU ABOUT ALL THE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE, YOU MIGHT WANT A WALLET-SIZED PHOTO. I I n "-i nl nu n I "Your billfold .is about to get fatter. Because not only will a photo of your favorite new insurance agent find a valued place in your wallet, the piclures of several presidents could as well. Formers@ agents like us have access to more than 35 discounts, which means you could save money on o policy that's jusl right for you. What's not to love? Contact us today. Then grab some scissors. Your wallel will thank you." R @ f D E PC) Box a25 / 650 Main St, Chester, CA 96020 ~ F A R M E R S" Agent License Num~oer: 0657918 ~Do you love your agent? 258-2218 or 800-254-2218 Brian and Toni Carl, owners of Red House Art in Graeagle are celebrating their second an- niversary Inside you will find fine arts, designer jewelry crafts and photography. Kevin and Nancy Neff are also celebrating six years as owners and operators of Neff Auto- motive in Crescent Mills, where they pride them- selves in providing customers with quality car and truck repair services. This month begins year two for Brenda Lemons, as she and her husband Jeff as propri- etors of The Coffee Station in Chester. The popu- lar espresso caf6 features a drive-thru window. rut MOer INYO ETmrMrNT ACCOt rr There's really only one way to beef up a retirement account that took a hit when the economy tanked: put more money into it and let time and tax-deferred appreciation build it up again. Another plus: those extra contributions can trim your current taxes. People born before 1961 have an advantage: they can invest as much as $22,000 in their 401(k), 403(b) or govermnent 457 accounts, $5,500 more than the 'youngsters" in the company. (Surprisingly, only 13 percent, of those who qualify for this bonus take advantage of it.) That older coterie can also contribute an extra $1,000 over the usual $5,000 limit to a Roth or traditional 1RA, or an extra $2,500 to a Simple 1RA. Need to find the extra money to stash away for the future? Experts recommend being less generous with offspring, refinancing a mortgage, downsizing living expenses. They also recommend careful investing to rebalance a portfolio. How can you make the most of your retirement nest egg7 Talk to the tax-and-finance folks at: ~L1 307 W. Main St., Quincy * 283-0680 Located in Lake Almoner, Almanor Energy Plus is a full heating and air conditioning company offers forced-air, radiant, gee-thermal, solar systems and more. Owner, Monte Stelzriede explains, "We specialize in large commercial and small residential projects; and we have a sheet metal shop for custom work." Monte added, "For 24 years, serving the needs of our customers has and always will be our top priority. We bank at Plumas Bank because they follow the same philosophy. When it comes to business banking, Plumas Bank is quality at its best!" 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 Monte Stelzriede.