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8B Wednesday, July 28, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter CONNIE'S, from page 7B Secondhand store shopping is a version of treasure hunting: Anything may turn up (and frequently does), and surprises are just down the aisle. Next time you stop, an entire "new" line of items may be in the store. "1 might have a lot of something one time you come in," said owner Connie Kunsman, "and the next time you come in, none at all. It's always changing." Connie's Place Owner: Connie Kunsman 72850 Highway 70, between Delleker and 832-5111 Open Thursday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 July and August only: Thursday Maybe p.m. - Monday involved with: she became a member of the hospital's auxiliary shortly after mov- ing here in 1976, and re- mains a very active member of Eastern Plumas Health Care's Auxiliary. Kunsman was one of those responsible for beginning the Nifty Thrifty. After it was up and running, she vol- unteered her time to running it whenever she could during her nursing years and then became more heavily in- volved after her retirement, even managing it for a num- ber of years. She continues to work there one day a week. "I just can't help it. I just like recycling. I just can't see wasting all these beautiful clothes and things that are still useful," she said. She tries not to compete with the Nifty Thrifty or any of the other thrift stores in the area. She has developed her own style and her own customer base. She attributed her longevity CLEAN TRAINING P Be prepared : the future in construction. experience in the industry? Classes are formin9 now. Call your local One-Stop soon to speak to a Career Center Advisor for more information. 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HUFF GOLF COURSE Hwy. 89 & Arlington Rd., Crescent Mills, CA Full-service h00k-ups with golf course view golf rates Restaurant open 11am-3pm 284-6204 Paul Bunyan Resort Open May to November Full Hookups " 530-596-4700 www.paulbunyanresort.com 443 Peninsula Dr., Lake Alma_nor, CA (530) 596-3348 Located on the Shores of Big Cove 414 Peninsula Drive Lake Almanor, CA 96137 www.knottypme.net to her reasonable prices and the fact she carries things that people need and use. "I have a layaway plan and l think that helps, too," she added, mentioning that she can also deliver furniture locally. "Basically, I like to have things that people can use," she summarized. "People sometimes ask 'where is your two-dollar furniture?' and I tell them, 'I don't sell it that way.' I have to be proud of it before I can sell it." That same basic premise keeps her from stocking very many antiques. With antiquity comes fragility, making them less useful in Kunsman's terms. Connie's Place is a one- woman show. Her grandson helps her out with pickups and deliveries and with mov- ing furniture, as well as helping to hang pictures on the high walls. During the summer months, a friend helps out with store sales and cleaning inventory. All the same, Kunsman said she finds herself work- ing late into most evenings, readying merchandise for the following day. This year, for the first time, she plans to be open five days a week during Ju- ly and August. Stop in and see her; you're bound to find something interesting at Connie's Place. Imanor Ch in ug Exquisitely crafted one-of-a-kind knives by John Schulps of Or- land, are some of the art items offered at the Almanor Art Show. Photo courtesy Plumas Arts. Plumas Arts will host the 41st annual Almanor Art Show Aug. 7 - 8, on the Collins Pine lawn on High- way 36, in Chester. Admission to the show is free and hours are 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday and noon - 4 p.m. Sunday. The Almanor Art Show is one of Northern California's Portable storage and horse barns Heavy duty wood contruction Five Year Warranty Painted metal siding on Horse barns Oefivered to your yard See our display at Sunnyside Homes on 395 between Janesville & Johnstonville Phone: 530-233-4481 oldest and most respected fine arts and.crafts shows, offering dozens of booths brimming with original, artful, interest- ing and sometimes unusual work by professional artists from Northern California, Oregon, Nevada and beyond. Enjoy a Sierra summertime afternoon in this beafltiful lo- cation. The juried show offers diverse works in a variety of user-friendly to extravagant price ranges. Work includes paintings, drawings, sculp- ture, pottery, photography, stained glass, clothing, metal work, woodturnings, jewelry, furniture and more. There will also be several quality food booths. Patrons will also be treated to acoustic live music both af- ternoons with a selection of familiar popular and jazz standards by 8 O'clock Jazz and Doug Sheehy. For more information on this event, contact Plumas Arts at 283-3402 or visit plumasarts.org. Ok, so... we might not bc 6"C(~TC[ agents. Thc agoras hcrc :ll P'lani:,a, al>l x'a iu haxc onh one Ihing in mind. and Ihal is hcllfi,]g on. V Flaniga,-. r,,_L, avlttn,. Quincy . Susanvitle 400 W. Main St. 608 Main St. 1.800.300.1180 www.flanl~;anh:,av itt.com (\\ I a t'n~(" [-II'C)qh cl - "