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Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 25, 2001 i Area Classifieds PUBLISHER TO PROFIT, A 1-DAY WORKSHOP a great idea for a product? Some- sure the people of this planet can't do or just that perfect "gizmo" that would easier, cheaper, faster, more efficient or ? o tractive? An upcoming seminar on -,z a.m. to 4 p.m. at Moons Restaurant might be just what you are looking for. is, a nationally recognized innova- author with 14 U.S. patents and sales of will present this workshop that a development system which he says guar- rill make money from your ideas and at little or no cost to you. The seminar is by the Sierra College Small Business Center, Northern California Manu- Assistance Program, Alliance for Work- L and Plumas Corporation. The on fee (seating is limited) includes Mary and Gary Vogt are celebrating m the home hardware and merchandise American Valley Hardware in the Shopping Center in Quincy ting 16 years in business with The and Deli in Quincy are Merry and Jerry note about anniversaries: The cou- celebrating their 25th wedding anniver- 18 and will be renewing their vows at Lg chapel in Las Vegas where they An interesting aside: Merry's moth- were married in the same chapel 50 They expect their whole family to be in two Work hard enough. Sure hope some- nags the cake! YOUR ADDRESS BOOK AND MAKE A ) Years as an on-site technician for busi- Schleebaum is beginning his third his business, Plumas County Technologies. First, he is in a new the East Quincy Professional Building. by Peggy Camp, business manager, and junior technician. Bob s office pro- g solutions for business- in networking, troubleshooting, SUpport and broad band Internet ser- Lattrel Boggs has relocated Sierra Yoga. Her is now in the brand new building Street. has cl Public Accountant Terence also relocated his offices from Pine location at 125 Commercial MEAT: LEAN, HEALTHY AND TASTY , aeat from Cook's Creek Ranch in Tay- available in ground, one-pound pack- Market in Crescent Mills. It's also Market in Taylorsville and Foods. Buffalo burgers are Barn and Jackie's Drive In in and the Crescent Hotel has a ground 3ive it a try, besides being s Very tasty! Now Open 7 days a week 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle IMPORTANT IRA FACTS to an IRA-regular or Roth, deductible or s you have earned income. But a working a spousal IRA for a spouse who earns less than they file a joint tax return. deductible IRA grows tax-differed. At age 59 !/2., can w.!thdraw funds without penalty, but the money orOmary income. At age 70 i/2, the owner must start grows tax-free. Once the account is five years old, ~Ver 59 I/2 can take penalty- and tax-free distributions, ~ributions during the owner's lifetime. the money is subject to estate taxes, but not is converted to a Roth, income taxes must be ld,IRA. A Roth can be re, characterized to avoid lint them are some risks. retirement savings is best for you? Talk it over at: Main St., Quincy 283.0680 tion. Relocating our office is an enormous task, simple as it sounds. All kinds of entities to co elato t.e, t BER-( F COMMERCE vices to get the job done and t the office up and running. As we look forward to a The Eastern Plumas Cham- busy and profitable summerher of Commerce is very ira- season, I am honored to serve portant to the economic vital- as president of the Eastern ity of the businesses of our Plumas Chamber of Corn- area. The first contact many merce. When the electrician visitors have is through this completes the necessary office. Our efforts to publicize wiring, we will be ready to the area and create interest make our transition into the in coming here,are some of historic Williams House loca- the most effective sources Photo by Denise Carpenett~ Noted Interior designer Elise Damaschtno has opened a studio in Portola called Design Works. Elise, who began her career 23 years ago, offers a complete design service that also includes precon- structien consultation, project management and kitchen, bath and appliance selection. Most recenUy, she was involved in a golf course development in Naples, Fla., where she designed and project man- aged over 40 homes in a country club. Her client list includes well-known professional golfer Chi Chi Ro- driquez. Your Savings Long Term Almost one in two Americans will spend some time in a nursing borne after age 65. Now is the time to stgart protecting yourself and your loved ones. MedSca~ does not cover custodial care. The average lengt~ of a nursing home stay is two and hadf years. Nur*.klg home costs average $50,000 per yeer 1 can help you determine whether tong-term care insurance is an optin for you and provide you with information on plans, costs and available options. For more information on how to protect yourself against lhe rising costs of long- term care, call or slop by my Office today.. llt Steve II II1~7~FI 800-995-0253 (530)283-4061 ....... ------ II / available to our local busi-list of activities sounds like nesses, great fun. It starts off with a The beautiful new video "A celebration dinner at the Log Land for All Seasons," t'timed Cabin in Portola from 6-10 and produced by Dick Foster, p.m. on Friday, Aug. 17. is a direct result of his con- The Healthy Start Concert tact with Betty Heck, and was Series in the Park from 7 9 funded by the EPCC. This p.m. on Friday, Aug. 17, aims video, and the TV spots to be to please, as do and S a t- developed from it, will help to urday events are many and promote our area, and all of varied: softball tournament Plumas County, in a very the Golden Spike Paradeat positive way. a.m., the open air We are looking forward to market/craft fair all day, and some great events this sum- entertainment in the park. mer. The Fourth of July cele- There are also train rides at bration in Graeagle was a the RR Museum, sky diving blast! demonstrations, children's The Blairsden Mixer was games, and a community marvelous!.It was hotter than dance. we would have liked, but the Sunday festivities continue hospitality of the Blairsden with the children's fishing merchants was perfect. The derby, more softball, more of food was soooo good; we wad- the open air market/craft died from place to place en- fair, more rides, etc. Be sure joying the great spreads at to see it all. each business. It was terrific! The Eastern Plums Cham- Thank you, thank you. Let's her of Commerce is growing do it again, in membership, effective- Portola's Railroad ness, and willing partners. I Days celebration is coming am looking forward to a great up August 17, 18 and 19. The year. NEED HELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS? Business development services available! Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing Business Planning, etc. Demographic Information PLUMAS CORPORATION (530) 283-3739 I Ill I II I Ill I II "MAYBE I CAN HELP YOU SAVE MONEY ON IT." lIFE ME AIIOUT A NEW HOME DIICOUNT ON YOUR INSURANCE. Kirk Lambert Ctms Jones (~ I., P 0496~74 I.. # 0&.~5766 AIISfafo 888-251-5512 800-~/~- 1233 " 530-832-5512 530-258-3477 ~o~',= ~ ~ Sot~cl to avt,~ Ir,d ~allo~,. 0 20GO .t, tw, tm I~,s~ar, ce Comp~ ~oo~, IIl*'~a. Pl Humas Bank's new NetTeller is easy .enough for the kids to use... if they had your password. But for you, it means you can now get your deposit and loan information at any time fight over the intemet-- om your home or business. Check on deared checks; find out your checking account balance; print a statement; make loan payments; and a whole lot more. All with the total confidenti- ality and v urity Plumas Bank customers expect and deserve. Net'l er is to Plurnas Bank customers. And when you sign up before August 18th, you'll automatically be entered into a Pree drawing for FIVE PALM PILOTS---the completely portable electronic address book, note pad, dock, and calendar that you can update from your computer. So stop in to your Plumas Bank otfice today. And bring your kids. WWW. PLUMAsBANK.COM