Newspaper Archive of
Feather River Bulletin
Quincy, California
Lyft
August 11, 2010     Feather River Bulletin
PAGE 39     (19 of 26 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 39     (19 of 26 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 11, 2010
 

Newspaper Archive of Feather River Bulletin produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010 BUSINESS and CLASSIFIEDS ~7 MIKE TABORSKI Publisher .... ,i ~> -. ~' mtaborski@plumasnews.com S-EgNF, : ::~i ::i ~ :.i ii ~ i~i!' t.~ .... i .... 1 Chester-Lake Almanor chamber FREE CHICKEN, HOT DOGS AND TOURS Josh Taylor would like to invite the community to join him and his staff for the fitness center's grand re-opening Aug. 19, from 5 - 8 pm. "The night is an opportunity to showcase the many changes that have already place at Feather River Fitness, and to thank the community for its sup- port. We'll have chicken and polish dogs on the grill, with all the fixings, and the pool will be open," said Josh. The staff will be on hand that night to show folks around, and answer questions about equip- ment upgrades and the many other changes tak- ing place at the center. There is no cost for the event; members and non- members are encouraged to stop by. So dig out your favorite Hawaiian shirt and come by to grab a bite, take a swim and enjoy live music by the "Soldiers of Hi-Fi" EVEN IF YOU LOSE YOUR JOB YOU STILL HAVE CHOICES. SPEAKING OF FREE HOT DOGS... Next Wednesday, Aug. 18, join the gang at Builder's Supply in Chester as they honor Paul Walsh's 25 years and Mike Stelzriede's 30 years with the company. The celebration, featuring free hot dogs and sodas, begins at 11 a.m. and will con- tinue until who knows when! Be sure to stop by and congratulate the guys for achieving these im- pressive milestones. CHANGES AT DUPONT POWER TOOLS In an attempt to keep some rumors to an ab- solute minimum, we can tell you that after a brief absence Duffy Dupont is back at DuPont Power Tools in Quincy. We understand he is currently negotiating a buyout of his partner and once that is complete, Duffy will assume full control and re- sponsibility for the Quincy business that has been in his family for some 70-plus years. The business sells and services the complete line of Polaris and Articat snowmobiles and ATVs and accessories, as well as their full line of Honda and Stihl power equipment and supplies for both home and com- mercial use. PORTOLA FARMERS'- MARKErr .................. Sprouting Roots owner April Scheuchenzuber said her businesses parking lot in Portola is the site for a Farmers' Market Fridays from 4-7 p.m. REALTOR RECEIVES CERTIFICATION Last week I mentioned the noteworthy accom- plishment Jane Staudenmayer achieved by earn- ing her certification as a resort and second home specialist through the National Association of Re- altors. Jane has worked the last five years for Cen- tury 21 Lake Almanor Real Estate, which is owned and operated by Broker Mary Getz. Unfor- tunately, I mistakenly renamed the firm Century 21 Lake Almanor Properties -- my apologies to all. OOPS...THIS ONE IS ON HER Susan Holmes, CEAP of Heaven's Gate Equine Acupressure in Quincy, submitted a press release last week about her completing a course in equine acupressure and massage. She inadvertently gave us her wrong phone number -- and do we know how easily that can happen! Anyway, if you would like more information about this new technique call 283-1182. NEW SANDWICHES ADDED TO MENU Smoked pork, turkey and tri tip sandwiches served Southern style have been added to the menu at Mill Creek Fish & Chips on Highway 70 in East Quincy. Owners Scott and Delores Satter- lee said they are also making real hand scooped milk shakes and homemade apple and cherry pies by the slice. Don't forget: They take Thursday or- ders for smoked whole tri tips and racks of ribs for Friday pickup. MAKE THE MOST OF SOCIAL SECURITY You'll get the most from Social Security if you wait as long as possible to start collecting. While you CAN get benefits at age 62, they would be reduced as much as 25 percent for the rest of your life. And if you're working, the earnings cap could cost you $1 for every $2 you earn. Better: wait until normal retirement age - or even 70, if you can. There's a delayed-retirement credit that can boost your benefits - and future inflation adjustments - and no earnings cap at all. Marriage offers even more. A spouse can collect on his or her own earnings or spousal benefits based oh the higher earner's record. The higher earner can even collect spousal benefits on the lower earner's record and put off collecting his own higher benefits until age 70. Once a couple has been married 10 years, even divorce does not stop Social Security benefits - but the multi-married cannot collect more than one spouse's benefits. Questions about Social Security? We've got the answers you need at: Roberta Allen, CPA John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation ~C.PA )~" The CPA. Never Underestimate The Value. 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 August brings more excit- CHAMBER UPDATE ing news as we introduce new ................ i~i~ K-'-ATE-'~'ES1-- ................... chamber manager Kim James. C hester-Lake Almanor Chamber of Commerce . The Chester-Lake Almanor Chamber is proud to introduce our new live web cam on the lake. You will find a link to it at LakeAlmanorArea.com. In addition and in answer to one the most asked questions at our visitors center, we have added a pet page. Check it out and let us know if there is more! At July,s meeting of the board of directors, the cham- ber elected two new members to our executive team. We wel- come to the team's new Presi- dent Jay Sabelman and Vice President, Linda Rouland. They join existing team mem- bers Kerry Friedreichs, secre- tary, Robin Schumacker, trea- surer and Susan Bryner, exec- utive director. Kim brings enthusiasm and a special set of skills to the on- going efforts of our chamber to revitalize, build and sustain the economy of our beautiful area. Welcome, Kim! Upcoming events Join us each Second Friday in Old Town Chester and taste the experience of our Chester- Lake Almanor community on a night alive with music, food, local arts and crafts, Lake A1- manor merchants, farmers market, pony rides for kids and visitor information. Aug. 13, the fun begins at 5 p.m. and ends when this month's band quits playing. The country fair at Lake A1- manor Community Church Aug, 14, features loads of fun for kids from 1 - 4 p.m. with cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn, mini horse rides and Coffee and more As part of the Cornerstone Ministries, Jennifer and Dave Rodda have opened Cornerstone Coffeehouse on Commer- cial Street in Portola. Opening the business satisfies a dream the two have shared for more than a decade. The business qff~rs~offee,and~espresso, sandwiches, pasties and live. mu- sic every Friday night. The couple have lived in Portola for six years and have four children. Photo by Alesha Carnes adds lake view a bounce house. The arts and crafts show runs 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. with dinner from Carol's Cat6, in Prattville at 5 p.m. and Liberty in concert at 7. Call 596-3683 for dinner tickets and into. The annual craft show on the beautiful lawns at Bidwell House returns Aug. 14 - 15, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- day and untiU 4 p.m. Sunday. Support the Almanor Fish- ing Association and have some fun too. Bring family and friends to the fishing associa- tion's annual picnic at Recre- ation Area 1 in the Lake A1- manor Country Club Aug. 21. Choose from two dinners: barbecue steak or dogs. Tick- ets are available at the Penin- sula Market, and David Price Jewelers, An auction and drawing will benefit the impor- tant work of the association in our fishing community. Labor Day weekend hits the sidewalks of Chester with sales along Main Street. Chester merchants invite you to their annual Labor Day Weekend Sidewalk Sale, Sept. 5 - 6, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. There will be great deals and something for everyone at this annual end of season event. For more information, visit the calendar at LakeA1- manorArea.com Member news The chamber welcomes new members Tom Greely and Cliff Fahey of the Long Shot Lodge! iii~ii To make sense of your retirement savings alternatives, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor www.edwanlJone$.om Member SIPC 546 Lawrence Street, Suite 8 Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 ONCE BOB AND LINDA ROULAND TELL YOU ABOUT ALL THE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE, YOU MIGHT WANT A WALLET-SIZED PHOTO. L~ ii" i___aaa:a_a__ _ I r "Your billfold is about to get ta~er. Because not only will a photo of your favorite new insurance agent find o valued place in your wallet, the pictures of several presidents could as welt. Farmers agents like us have access to more than 35 discounts, which means you could save money on a policy that's just tight fat you. What's nol to love? Contact us today, then grab some scissors. Your wallet wilt thank you," PO Box 425 / 650 Nkain St, C~mter, CA 96020 ~ F A R M E R. S' Agent License Number: 0657918 DO you love your agent? 258-2218 or 800-254-2218 Located on Main Streel, the Susanville Subway offers a wide variety of breakfasls, subsandwiches, salads, and sides. Chuck Downs has owned and operated the establishment for just over a year. Chuck remarked, "Although I'm fairly new to tha Susanville business community, from the momenl I first stepped into Plums Bank I've been treated as a welcomed guest and friend. Maria Nye and her team are very knowledgeable and have been a tremendous help to me in this new business 'adventure'." Chuck added, "1 have enough on my plate while running my business; I don't want to worry about my banking too. I rely on the experts at Plums Bank to offer me fresh, sensible banking ideas that help me succeed!" To find out how Plums Bank's personal approach to business banking can help your business, or ask Chuck Downs.