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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, ReporleF m -- m m Taxidermy studio opens \ ....... Pioto by Carl Catron Having graduated from the Colorado Institute of Taxidermy in May, five-year resident Ken Jorn has opened Jorn's Feather River Taxidermy. Located on Peninsula Drive at Lake Almanor, Ken says he works with fish, birds, rugs and life-size head mounts. His hobbies include fishing, hunting and both water and snow skiing. Peterson Glass !!: !ii ii iii! i Photo by Cari Catror'~ Elizabeth Peterson has opened a new business in Hamilton Branch called Peterson Glass. She, and as- sistant Jason Smith, carry glass and acrylic storm doors, shower doors, windows, screens and hard- ware components. In her spare time, the lO-year AI- manor resident enjoys snowmobiling, dirt bike riding and boating. ............ t::::;:::'" !!!!::iiii!::::::: ....... ::::::::!!!i!!:!!!!!i!ii!: !i!!!ii ili!ili: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: PhOtO Debbie cole has opened a business in calls A U'I Bit O' Country, which she mall with individual spaces for crafts ed in the building on Main St. where was once located, Debbie says she has that she is renting to people to sell their arts and crafts products. She has lived in six years and has three children: Jessica, 9;, 6; and Jared who is one. Photo by Denise Carpenetti Licensed in California and Nevada as an aestheti- clan, Unda Mangham has opened Panache Day Spa and Tanning in Portola. She and assistant Tamara Ca- porole (right) offer facials, body wraps, body waxing, massages and tanning. Not new to running a busi- ness, Unda and husband Tom have owned Mountain Glass for 16 years. and more i i Photo by Cari Catron Almanor Video owners Kitty and John Ornelas have opened another business next door to their present one in Hamilton Branch called Almanor Espress. It is an espresso bar with pastries, candies (from Carey Candy Co. in Quincy), icy drinks and frozen lattes. The couple have lived in the area for 11 years and enjoy spending their spare time outdoors or making carvings from wood, which Kitty has sold at craft shows for years. Full service salon ! Shelly Ceaglio and Cheryl Hathaway are customer Lode Rogers at their newly salon at Lake Almanor called Bonnie & ion. At their shop located on Peninsula ladies offer hair styling, coloring and ous facial treatments along with a skin care products. Cheryl has been in the ness 26 years and Shelly has 24 trade. m 283-o196 Photo by Michelle Davis Blair and Wendy Parrott have opened a lawn land- scaping maintenance business, specializing in larger residential and commercial acce~:nts~ called Parrott Lawn Aeration. With 15 yems experie,e in land- scaping, Blair also offers design ideas and consulta- tions. They have one daughter, Abria, who is 14 months old. Photo by Denise Carpenetti An antiques and store has opened In Chilc t called Sarah's Myths & Collectibles. Owner Sarah Martin recently retired but wasn't ready to quit work- ing, so she opened this store in Chilcoot. Even though she will be commuting from her home in Red Rock, Nevada, she says she is looking forward to of- fering an assortment of antiques and gifts for the people in and around Sierra Valley. New owners i. / Photo Of Jimi and AUcla Carmichael are the new Chester Napa Auto Parts. Originally wood, they have lived in Chester for six has worked for Napa stores for the years. They have three chiklrem Lucas, 6; and Landin, 3.