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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 21, 2010 $S and Hometown KidsFes in Greenville :! MIKE TABORSKI Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com -.--- ------ ing booth will go toward the Our local chamber, as well Greenville. Host and chef ESS SCENE CHAMBER UPDATE completion of restoring the as others in Plumas County, this month will be the Dawn Wells Fargo Mural on the were represented at thisInstitute. It all starts at 5:30 Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce side of the Way Station year's Reno/Tahoe Open at with outdoor seating on the building. Montreux. Lots of area infor- lawn area. For more infor- CHESTER CHAMBER CHANGES The 48th annual Gold Dig- Main Street was filled mation was dispersed in pro- mation, call 284-1560. There is a lot going on with the Chester Lake ger Days celebration haswith a variety of vendors motion of our beautiful Saturday, Aug. 7, is the an- Alma_nor Chamber of Commerce these days. come and gone again for this selling their wares and the home. nual Round Valley Run with The building is sporting a new look with its new year. usual food court vendorsSaturday, July 31, is the a 5.4-mile loop around color scheme and the chamber's new logo. Board Our Grand Marshal Lydia were present as well. Thai second annual Hometown Round Valley Lake. The ju- president Jay Sabelman also tells us Kim James Sheehan was escorted by food has become quite a tra- KidsFest, hosted by Ever- nior event (11 - 17) is a 1.5- will take over as chamber manager in August. Kevin Goss through the pc- dition, green Market in Greenville. mile course and the walking ride. The annual Kids Gold Another new activity wasStarting at 10 a.m. kids can event is a flat turn-around 2- DISH NETWORK RETAILER Rush, which distributed 100 an adult tricycle race with enjoy booths with fun activi- mile course. Ian Upton, who owns Universal Electric serv- gold bags with gold coins, the winner taking half the ties, lots of free stuff and The Kids Run, ages 0 - 10, ing Chester and Lake Almanor, is now a local Dish was its usual success thanks entry fees. The remaining many prizes. For more infor- is a 200-yard mini course on Network satellite retailer, installer and service to the Greenville branch of softball tournaments for Ju- marion, call the market at paved surface. For more de- Plumas Bank. ly 24 - 25, are the women's 284-7313. tails, call 283-3611, ext 18. provider. Ian has 10 years as a licensed commer- The addition of a dunking softball and the co-ed soft- The Greenville Communi- There is a lot to do in cial and residential electrician and has lived in booth was great fun and a ball July 31 and Aug. 1. For ty Supper will be Monday, these beautiful months of Plumas County for the last four years, good fundraiser this year. more information, those call July 26, at the Methodist summer. Check out indian- All proceeds from the dunk- 284-7764. Church on Pine Street invalley.net for more. NEW BARBER JOINS TEAM Jared Pilgrim has joined the others taking care of your hair care needs at Country Style Hair Salon in Greenville. Owner Margie Meeker said that Jared is a barber who is well known in the Quincy area. STOCKING THE SHELVES FROM DENVER Becky Weatherson and Sharon Geney were in Denver recently buying new items at a huge gift show for their Chester store, Good Vibrations. Some of the new and unique merchandise hitting their shelves includes Tibetan singing bowls, Raku wishing pots, mini Zen gardens, children's books, wind chimes and crystal and mineral pendants. THIRTY-NINE YEARS AND COUNTING Located in Prattville at Lake Almanor, Carol's Cat6 & West Shore Dell is celebrating its 39th season. One of the things that make this such a local favorite and rather unique is that you can reach the restaurant by dock or bike (they are just off the West Shore bike trail), and of course by ve- hicle. Owner Carol Franchise is proud that Car- ol's Cat6 is the longest running restaurant with the same owner in the area. She attributes its longevity and her success to continually enhanc- ing her menu, but always keeping "comfort food with a twist." You can go to plumasnews.com to see her menu by clicking on the Dining Guide. Edward Jones ...CONTINUING OUR BEST WISHES In the Chester area, Jeff Lemons notes his llth anniversary with Lemons Electric. As an electrical contractor with 28 years of experience, Jeff's work on both new construction projects and residential "trouble shooting" has earned him a stellar reputation. Mike and Vicki Girvin are celebrating their fourth anniversary as owners of Canyon Dam RV Park & Country Store. The couple have re- cently expanded the store to include a new gift shop offering a variety of novelties, original art, collectibles and antique gift items that include original oil paintings from W.E Mashburn, beauti- fully crafted wooden bowls by Greenville area arti- san Kevin Norberg. It's the sixth year for Norbert and Christine Schneider at Schneider's Old Time Merchants on Little Bear (campground) Road in Blairsden. This unique gift shop carries hand painted glass, cards, stuff animals and a lot more. Leslie and Jeff Greenwood have really made a name for themselves and the quality products they build and sell at their business, Sierra Val- ley Barns, now in its llth year. Some of the prod- ucts they manufacture at their Highway 70 facility just east of Beckwourth include horse barns, tack rooms and economical barn-style storage build- ings in a variety of sizes. This month marks the 12th year for River- side Rock in Sloat. Owner Cindy Robinson sells natural stone pavers, flagstone, quartz, decorative river cobble and select landscape boulders. She al- so has top soil and fill material. THINGS TO KNOW Haven't got your tax refund yet? Go to www.irs.gov and click on "Where's my refund?" Enter your Social Security number, filing status and the amount expected. The site will confirm the receipt of your return and an estimate of when your refund will come. What's better than a refund? More money all year. Instead of giving Uncle Sam an interest-free loan, file a new W-4 and get more cash every week. The Social Security wage base is expected to stay at $106,800 for 2011, but the wage base - and benefits - are expected to rise later. If you make mortgage payments on a home owned by your ex, and you have no ownership interest, the payments can be deducted as alimony. If you're co-owners, then only half is deductible. Seniors who convert their IRAs to Roths may see their Medicare premiums rise, because of the monthly surcharge - but income and fees will drop later because Roth distributions are tax-free. We follow the latest tax ruling, the better to serve you at: Robe~a Allen, CPA John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation :'C]pA )su The CPA. Never Underestimate The Value. 307 W. Main Bank receives award N:~N The U.S. Small Business Administration honored Plumas Bank as the Community/Rural SBA Lender of the Year for 2010. Jim O'Neal, director of SBA's regional office, congrat- ulates Rodney Borges, bank vice president and SBA lend- ing manager. "We're committed to helping Northern Cali- fornia small businesses overcome challenges and achieve financial success," said Borges, "and we are honored to be recognized by the SBA as an active small~ business lender. serving our rural c~e~ Photo submitted for all your needs! Business & Home! Across from the Courthouse 531 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2266 - FAX: (530) 283-2501 Mon-Fri 9:30am - 5:30pm loners Graea~le Store 111 Hwy 89, Graeagle, CA 96103 (530) 836-1962 Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun t0am-4pm [ HAVING MORE RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS IS NOT THE SAME HAVING MORE MONEY. To learn how consolidating your retirement accounts to Edward Jones could make sense for you, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC 546 Lawrence Street, Suite 8 Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 No one -than- So if you want a great price, great service, and a great agent, there's really only one name you need to know for auto insurance. Call now to find out more. Rouland Insurance Agency P.O. Box 425/650 Main Street Chester, CA 96020 530-258-2218 Toll Free: 800-254-2218 Agent License Number: 0657918 brouland @farmersagent.com ~ FARMERS GeTs you back where you belong: John, Jessica and Yvonne Papenhausen have owed and opercded lheir lhrMng business, Trading Company, for over 40 years, automotive repair, tires, fuel, diesel and propane to Greenville and its surround- ing areas. Yvonne remarked, "Our business has grown over the years betouse lislen to our mslomers' wonls and needs," Jerako tommeaied, "(mimer soli dion is lira end |oremosL We take the time to explain ell repairs end to our tustomers, We're commitled to giving lhem hiendly, hane l sorvke." John ndded, 'Our molto is: 'wash the windows 'n check the off,' we,re very lhorouoh; so is Pore Harris and her team at Plumes Bunk. They do a terrifit iob keeping us updated on new produds and servia. You could soy Plumes Bank gives our business: o linondol hJne-up regularly." To find out how Plums Bank's personal approach to business banking can help your business, or ask the Papenhausen's. ?