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Record. Reporter Tuesday, July 3, 2001 B I Area Classifieds PUBLISHER WASH AT RELAY STATION OPENS taken several months to install, but by all es- it was worth the wait! We're talking the new touchless car wash at the Relay on Highway 70 at Fairgrounds Road. This le-of-the-art system is on ground leased by sta- owner Ralph Higgins to Dave Boynton, of : ster, who actually owns the car wash. It's just the one Dave owned in Chester at the Volcano Wash. He says the three different menu selec- ts allow you to choose several automated wash that, in minutes, will provide a basic wash dry; or you can wash offtough road film and jase, wash the undercarriage and wheel wells --x/-,J't apply a high quality seal coating to protect tr fmish. AT GREENHORN GUEST RANCH and Trish Wilburn have added some new, faces to their staff at their Spring Garden the Greenhorn Guest Ranch. In the of- and ready to serve are Julie Dykes, Martha and Donna Metz. You can now visit this dude ranch facility at enhornranch.com AND CRAFTS FAIR THIS WEEKEND Saturday, July 7, the Quincy Chamber ox - ... zmerce is hosting the annual Courthouse Arts and Crafts Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. day, of our QU eCY merchant be holding their annual sid alk sale, so e check it aU out. omMm,STS .KLOCAT. OmCE - - a .move that he says will better suit his cus- r needs, Dr, Fred Fell, OD, has moved into __jrger facility.on Main St. in Chester across Plurnas Bank. The new offices allow for more in the front office and examination rooms. i!, i, T :~i :' i~ i j;:: := :': ....... I , Photo by Ched Mclntire Lopez has opened a new business on the AI- Peninsula that will ha managed by Jim Willis Called AmeriCan Metal Buildings. These red metal buildings are ideally malted moat commercial, heavy industrial, retail d aPpUcetions. Jim, who has been selling Products since the early 1980s, is a former oontracter with more than 30 years in the July is a very busy month in Indian Valley, and I won- der how the volunteers who organize all of our most popu- lar annual events survive the summer. Solar Cook-Off The Taylorsville Camp- ground is the place to be for an international selection of foods and fun during the 11th Annual Solar Cook-Off Satur- day, July 14. Solar demonstrations, so- lar-cooked foods, refresh- ments, arts and crafts and lots of live music are featured throughout the day. That night, the bouncy grange floor will shake to the rhythm and blues of the renowned Charlie Mussel- white. Tickets sell out fast and are available by calling Black- hawk Solar at 283-1396. Gold Digger Days This time, Greenville is the place to have fun for the 39th Annual Gold Digger Days Saturday, July 21, and Sun- day, July 22. Grand marshals of the pa- rade will be Jo Ruperts and Joyce Velasco of the old Cot- tenwood Club. There are several Saturday activities for chfldren,-a pre- cious pet contest, a teen trea- sure hunt and other fun stuff planned, as well as all the sporting events. There is a firemen's muster, men's softball, horse- y and ! ] .... ;~:~ - . I Photo by Carl Catron California Culinary School graduate, award-winning baker and pastry chef Cynthia Ware has opened bakery and cafe in Chester. Cynthia's opens at 6:30 s`m. with full pastry case. Her lunch menu will fea- ture sandwiches made with homemade breads, piz- zas and desserts. The 11-year resident has two chil- dren, Max 14, and Lydia, 12. Brittany Smith will also be keqdng st the bJery.. protecting yourself and your loved ones. Medlca~ does not cover custodial care. 1he ~lge leq~h of a nursl~ home ~taY hi two ~nd a Imif Ye~rs" Nutting home costs m~wa4e MO,O00 Per Ye~ I can help you determine whether long-term care insurance is an opdn for you and provide you with information on plans, costs and available options, For mort information on how to protect yourself against the rising costs of long- term care, call or stop by my office today. Steve King 546 ~ St,, l~ac~ ,~r.=re, Q~incy 800-995-0253 " (530)283-406 I www.edwardjones.com Edward Jones Q shoe tourneys, and a meat Saturday, July 28, is the shoot planned for this year. date for this event that fea- And the biggest band ever tures guided tours of several will be playing for the street lovely gardens as well as re- dance Saturday, July 21. freshments. The seven epic band is the Call the hospital at 284-7191 renowned Blue Paradise, and for tickets and maps. features oldies, blues and Paul Rogers Memorial more with instruments in- Play Day cluding a sax and a trom- Calling all horseback rid- bone. ers and those who want to be, Of course, there is always this is the event for you. the big giveaway during the Learn horsemanship skills dance, with lots of items do- or just have fun with your nated by area businesses and friends and your horse Satur- a rifle, too. day, July 28, at the Silver Round Valley Art Show Buckle Rodeo Grounds in This newer annual event is Taylorsville. becoming more popular with Meet new friends, too, at visitors each year. this annual event in memory Live music by local artists, of a remarkable young boy the Turkey Likkers ,will add who died in a tragic accident to the already beautiful on the way to feed his scenery at Round Valley renowned herd of Black An- Lake Resort. gus. Artisans of all kinds will be For information, call Chris showing and selling their cre- Meigs at 284-6867. ations, including hand-craft- For more information ed furniture, weaving, soaps, about any Indian Valley paintings and more, events, call our chamber of Indian Valley Garden Tour commerce office at 284-6633, This annual fund-raiser for or see a calendar of events on Indian Valley Hospital long- our Web site at . ular each year, too. NEED HELP WITHYOUR BUSINESS?::::i! I Business development services avallablel Including, but not limited to.~... [ Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing * Business Planrdng, etc. * Oemogtaphlc Information [i I /I SCORPORATION': O) 283:3T39 : !'r!i ::d I I II :"1 I il:i II I I i I illmi~ih :: "FOLLOWING A FEW SIMPLE DIRECTIONS COULD SAVE YOU MONEY." CALL ME TO FIND OUT HOW SAFE DRIVERS CAN SAVE. 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