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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter "BuSINES,S AND CLASSIFIEDS Wednesday, June 18, 2014 ' . , , MIKE TABORSKI / Publisher J 'i"; " .... mtaborski@plumasnews.com .... BUSINESS ,SCENE OUTDOOR FURNITURE SHOWROOM Mountain Building Supply has opened a showroom in the old Finishing Touch building at :: its East Quincy location on Lee Road. Manager Sasha Winter said the showroom will be a display area for their expanded outdoor patio product collection that includes barbecues, furniture, gazebos, fire pits and more. WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR TO-DO LIST, PUT YOUR FUTURE FIRST. EdwardJones GOLD LAKE LODGE OPENS FRIDAY Gold Lake Lodge opens for its 108rd season this Friday. Owned by Surgie and John Barker, : the lodge features 12 cabins that vary in size and :amenities. The also serve hearty family-style dinners nightly. EDWARD JONES ON FORTUNE 500 LIST For the second consecutive year, Edward Jones is on Fortune magazine's Fortune 500 list of largest companies by revenue. In fact, the financial services firm moved up to 444 on this ;. year's list, up 47 spots from the previous year. "Our success comes from making a significant difference to our clients. We offer personal service and a solutions-based approach that is tailored to their individual needs,'said the company's managing partner, Jim Weddle. Locally, Carla Parsons has an office in Chester and Steve King has an Edward Jones office in Quincy. JOINS PORTOLA REAL ESTATE FIRM Kimberly Buckhout has joined the Portola office of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate/Mason-McDuffie. Kim moved to this area two years ago after a career in customer service and real estate in the Bay Area. As a certified distressed home expert she is qualified fo represent buyers and sellers in short sales and bank-owned properties. ANNIVERSARY SHOUT-OUTS ... Big congrats to Tom and Doria Hupp, owners of :Almanor Flooring Inc., as they celebrate 22 years in business. This Chester store carries a large selection of carpets, vinyl, hardwood and laminates in stock along with hundreds of samples of all types of flooring that you can also choose from. They are dealers for Hunter Douglas window coverings too. This year marks the 10th anniversary for The Lodge at Whitehawk Ranch. Owner and operators Jerry and Mary Ann Crowe vacationed in the Sierra for over 30 years and, loving every minute, decided it would be a great place for retirement. So in 2004 they built their dream home and settled in to enjoy life in the mountains. But retirement didn't last long; they purchased the lodge in 2005 and have been actively operating : it ever since. It features 14 luxury boutique-style cabins nestled up to an award-winning 18-hole championship gotf course and has an upscale restaurant on site. g And for a decade Vicki Ax has been satisfying folks' undeniable craving for sweets at her Chester store, the Candy Shoppe, which is next to the post office. The old-fashioned candy store carries a terrific assortment of candy from around the world, including novelty and nostalgic candy and gourmet specialty chocolates and truffles. Kelley and Bob Money have completed their first year as owners of the Log Cabin family restaurant in Portola. They also own Sierra Kitchen in Sierraville and, before that, Donner Kitchen in Truckee. Longtime Quincy resident Kenny Chance, of Chance Construction, marks his seventh year as a general contractor. Kenny's vast experience in the trade includes new construction, remodels and repairs for both residential and commercial projects. 401(K) TO ROTH CONVERSIONS A law enacted last year permits employees to transfer their 401 (k) funds directly to the company's Roth 401 (k) plan. even if they are too young to take a distribution from the plan. The IRS has now issued guidelines to make this easier. The new rules clarify that the amounts eligible to be rolled over include employee salary deferrals, employer matching and nonelective 'pay-ins. All these converted funds and any later earnings in the Roth remain subject to the plan's distribution rules. Of course, the plans must be amended to conform to the new guidelines. The employee making such a rollover is responsible for the tax consequences and may need to increase withholding or make estimated tax payments to avoid an underpayment penalty. The five-taxable-year period of participation that makes the Roth funds tax-free begins on the first day of the first taxable year the employee makes the in-plan Roth rollover. Sounds complicated, but we can make it easier. See the know- how folks at John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation C PA 307W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 Therapist opens office Marjorie Penley, LMFT, has opened an office at Lake AI- manor on Clifford Drive that carries two different names: Coaching for Singles and Coaching to Develop and Expand Creativity. For singles, she specializes in helping develop the qualities necessary to have good relationships, The other focus of her practice is coaching to meet challenges and to become inspired. Marjorie is a licensed hypnothera- pist with 25 years of experience. She also has advanced training in psycho synthesis. She and her husband Jim have been part-time residents of the area for 24 yffars. Photo by Valorie Chisholm Graeagle's July Fourth re: tivities taking shape AUDREY ELLIS Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce Summer is here and all the wonderful events are lined up ready to go. We have been extremely busy in the Chamber and Tourist Center with visitors and members. The Chamber is open year round Monday thrtl Friday; in the summer, from May to October, we open on a Saturday too. We had another very successful 'Big Mailing' -- campaign this year for our members In partnership with Feather Publishing, this is a very cost effective way for our members to promote their business and we sell out of space every year. Check out the promotions on the Chamber' website and PlumasNews.com. June Events Horses Unlimited are hosting their 14th annual golf tournament at Plumas Pines Golf Resort on June 28. Call Kim at (530) 927-8361 for more details. Plumas County Museum is hosting their Johnsville Historical Cemetery Tour on June 28. Call Scott at 283-6320 for tickets and more information. Dinner in the Barn, brought to you by Sierra Valley Farms and Season'd Catering, will be held throughout June, July, August and September. Join them out at the farm for an evening of farm fresh food, paired with great wine & great people; featuring Chef Tom Marrin and Gary Romano with local guest chefs. Contact them for reservations, 530-587-8687. July Events July 4, 5 and 6 will be the Mohawk Valley Independence Day Celebrations in downtown Graeagle on Highway 89. Plan ahead for this family friendly weekend with Graeagle Lions Dance in the Barn on Friday, July 4; Saturday, July 5 activities: Civil War Battles, Old West Gun Battles, Concert in the Park, Pre-Fireworks Celebration and annual fireworks display at dusk over the Millpond; and Sunday, July 6, Fire Department Pancake Breakfast, Patriot 16 Bike Race, TriGraeagle Independence Weekend Triathlon, Graeagle Freedom 5k/10k fun run, Civil War Battles, Old West Gun Battles, Old Fashioned Day in the Park,:and the 42nd Annual Mohawk Valley Independence Day Parade along Highway 89 in Graeagle. Check out the full schedule with times at www.graeagle.com or call the Chamber, 530-836-6811. July 11 kicks off the free 'Concerts in the Park' in Portola, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Portola City Park. The entertainment for the evening is by Blue Haven who play the Blues No-host bar and refreshments will be available for purchase. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on and enjoy the evening of music. Save the date The Chamber ispleased - to announce, in partnership with Community Multisport Events and supporting the Portola Alumni Picnic Weekend, a FUN Run on August 1 at the Park in the City of Portola. Full details and registration is available at www.easternplumaschamber or call us, 530-836-6811. Have a wonderful month everyone and look out for our news next month g;,ff'.qlillgl L To set up your 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 New Jewelry & Purses! f Real EstateSales ~ Vacation Rentals Our real estate market is gaining momentum. If you are ready to buy or sell, please give us a call today. Free market evaluation Experienced friendly sales team Two Office Locations to Serve You eO^t SOUS" OPPORTUNITY 452 Peninsula Drive Phone: (530) 596-3303 119 Main Street, Chester Phone: (530) 258-3303 DRE License #01237446 www.LakeAImanorBrokers.com I D. D; Fu00uee I1 IIj 888.3PLUMAS plumasbank.com N.-