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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 SS Donations encouraged for Greenville mural project MIKE TABORSKI Publisher ~ " Market, Village Drug and In- hosted by Rotary Club ofarship. For more information, _JHAMBER UPDATE dian Valley Pet Supply. Greenville and Coppercreek call 284-1039. You can call 284-6633 for in- Camp. For more information, If copper mining is of inter- Indian VaLley Chamber of Commerce formation or mail your dona- call 284,5328 or visit patriots- est to you, then you will want tion to the IVCC, P.O. Box 516, to mark your calendar for Muralist Mykal Siden- Greenville, CA 95947. The Saturday, Sept. 11, is the an- Sept. 25, for "Mining in Indian COMPETING WITH THE BIG BOYS! stricker has been at it for a mural will be complete by nual Spaghetti Dinner at St. Valley." Over the years, Napa Auto Parts stores have couple of weeks now, restor- Sept. 12. Anthony's Catholic Church in The tour starts in Tay- been know for their quality products. Now many of ing the Wells Fargo mural on The Greenville Cy Hall Greenville, from 5-8. Adults lorsville and will discuss how the locations are quickly becoming known for their the side of the Way Station Memorial Museum is open are $8 and it's $4 for children the Sierra Nevada has long building in Greenville. It's through the summer months under 12; families of two been of interest for its spectac- low, competitive prices. Paul Kleine, manager of the been wonderful to watch the Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1 adults and four children, $25 ular copper belt. East Quincy store, said they now offer Value Line restoration of the mural- 4 p.m. Make sure to stop by or four adults for $25. Remem- Learn about the past, pre- auto parts with pricing competitive with the big which represents not only our if you haven't already to see ber takeout is available for sent and future of copper min- auto parts stores such as Pet Boys. Paul said they history, but also our pride and what a wonderful asset the this parish fundraiser. Tick- ing in and around Indian Val- have added thousands of dollars in new lower- love for Indian Valley. Museum is to our community, ets are available at Evergreen ley. For more information, priced inventory throughout the store with parts The Indian Valley Chamber There is a lot happening in Market, or call 284-6582 or 284- call 284-1022. for virtually any car or truck, domestic and import, of Commerce has been suc- the next couple of months in 6882. Enjoy a beautiful autumn A couple more quick notes to add about other cessful in raising nearly Indian Valley. The IVCC will The annual Seymour Smithday outdoors at the Heart K changes made at the East Quincy store, (aka $3,000 towards the project, host a few mixers in Septem- Run/Walk will take place Sat- Ranch in Genesee Valley on However we need about $3,000 ber and October. Make sure to urday, Sept. 25. The event is a Canyon Motor Parts: Weatherhead hydraulic Saturday, Sept. 25, 1- 6 p.m. more to finish the job. check for ex- 12-mile run or a 6-mile Proceeds support preserva- hoses and fittings can be custom made while you As Mykal progresses, dona- actly when those will be. run/walk. Proceeds benefit a tion of the ranch. For more in- wait and machine shop services are also now avail- tions continue to come in and The annual Patriot's Day Greenville High School Schol- formation, call 284-7480. able through their sister store in Susanville. Just we are so very thankful for Ride this year will start Fri- drop off your work off in Quincy and they'll do the that. Donation cans are at An- day, Sept. 10. The 100-mile rest. They've ramped up the inventory, ramped upna's Caf6, Sterling Sage, the horse endurance ride is co- the staffing and they are ready to deliver! Waystation, Evergreen EAST QUINCY YARD SALE The East Quincy merchants are holding their annual community yard sale this Saturday, Aug. 28 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Highway 70 in East Quincy. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Quincy Arbor Trail. CHESTER BIZ REP FOR TIMBERPEG The Thompsons at Mt. Lassen Log & Timber Frame Homes in Chester are now the area repre- sentatives for Timberpeg homes, whose East and West coast shops combine old-world craftsmanship with state-of-the-art building materials. This is truly a complement to their Real Log Homes prod- ucts. Timberpeg offers a myriad of choices and homes based on flexible timber frame design sys- tems capturing virtually any concept in a new home you might have or have seen elsewhere. For those starting from scratch, let J.R., Windy or Harry at the store take you on a virtual tour of offerings. Edwardlones UNDERSTANDING THE LOCAL ECONOMY A special workshop entitled "2010 Economic and DemograPhic Workshop -- Understanding Your Local Econ0mY," is set for Thursday, Sept. 2, from 9:30 a.m. - noon at the Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds. The workshop is presented by the Center for Eco- nomic Development at Chico State. David Gallo, Ph.D., resident economist at the Center for Economic Development and professor emeritus at the university, will present economic and demographic information, including current state, national and local conditions, housing mar- ket conditions, forecasts of economic recovery, population and income growth and his thoughts on local economic base industries. Dr. Gallo will answer questions specifically related to this county and encourages active participation. Pre-registration of $50 is required. Each at- tendee will receive a free copy of Chico State's new County Quick Facts document -- a $50 value. For more information call 898-4598 or visit ced- CONTINUED BEST WISHES... Jack and Erin Dunn, owners of Dunn's Coffee and Fine Teas, are celebrating 14 successful years in business. Located next to the post office in Quin- cy, this popular gathering place offers an assort- ment of homemade baked goods prepared daily, Jim and Sharon Schwilling are celebrating their first year with Jimmy's Roadhouse in Por- tola. The couple has enjoyed serving and support- ing their local community this past year and look forward to continuing for years to come. Tom and Doria Hupp have begun their 18th year as proprietors of Almanor Flooring, Inc. in Chester. As a licensed flooring contractor, they sell and install a wide selection of flooring products including carpet, ceramic tile, hardwood, laminate and vinyl. They are also priority dealers for a full line of Hunter Douglas window coverings. CREDIT CARD OR DEBIT CARD? Your bank may offer you a credit card or a debit card. Which is better for you? Truth is, the credit card offers you more protection with less problems, as long as you don't abuse it. First, a debit card can cost you if someone else uses it. Unlike a credit card, with a $50 limit on unauthorized charges, debit card costs go up unless you report the loss within two days. Then, until 60 days, you may be liable for $500 in charges. After 60 days, there's no limit to your liability. If you're planning a major purchase, the credit card offers the best protection. If the product does not deliver as expected, the credit company will fight the merchant for you, and there's no charge until the problem is resolved. Using a debit card for purchases with flexible costs -- renting a car, buying gas, checking in at a hotel -- the merchant may put a hold on your account for the maximum that the purchase might run. Watch what you spend. Don't spend more than you have. And choose credit over debit where you can. That's our advice at: 307 W. Main St., 283-6680 New ownership team Mark arid Ellen Smith, owners of Summit Business Advi- sors, have joined Jane Valentine and are now partners in Plumas Pines Realty Brokerage. With more than 30 years of experience in residential real estate services and vaca- tion rental needs, the firm has added commercial real es- tate, leasing and business brokerage servicesthrough its new affiliation with Summit Business Advisors, also head- quartered in Graeagle. Photo by Michael Peters ' i ' " ' " Join us for Pick up Four FRC Student Discount Card Downtown Quincy Forest Stationers Across from the Courthouse 531 Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2266 FAX: (530) 283-2501 Mon-Fri 9:30am - 5:30pro 111 Hwy 89, Graeagle Store Graeagle, CA 96103 (530) 836-I 962 Mon-Sat I 0am-5pm; Sun I 0arn-4pm Now is the time to schedule your free portfolio review. Call or visit today. Steven R King Financial Advisor Member SIP(; 546 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 Suite 8 ONCE BOB AND LINDA ROULAND TELL YOU ABOUT ALL THE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE, YOU MIGHT WANT A WALLET-SIZED PHOTO. R 0 I I N I S _1 L/ R 11 I N C mD a ilml nm iml E "Your billfold is (]bout fo get failer. Because not only will a photo of your favorite new insurance agent find a valued place in your wallet, the pictures of several presidents could as well. Formers@ agents like us hove access to more than 35 discounts, which means you could save money on a policy that's just right for you. What's not to love? Contact us today, Then grab some scissors, Your wallet will thank you," PC) Box 425 / 650 Main St, Chester, CA 96020 ~ F A R M E R Agent License Number: 0657918 ~Do yo~ love your agent? 258-2218 or 800-254-2218 S" Located in Graeagle, Dawson & Smith General Building Contractors is a full-service commercial and residential construction company. Partners Christopher Smith and Malcolm Dawson have been in the construction business in Plumas and Sierra Counties for over 30 years; they established their partnership over a decade ago. "We take great personal pride in the work we do. We are a very hands-on company from inception through completion, and we put great value in the relationships we have developed with our dients," commented Christopher. Malcolm added, "Plums Bank understands us and our particular business needs. Cathy Williams and her team helped us build a strong foundation for our construaion company by establishing our business line of credit. Cathy Williams is not only our trusted banker and advisor, she has also become a true friendF To find out how Plumas Bank's personal approach to business banking can help your business, call us at I.S88.3PLUJg@ (375.862711, or ask Christopher and Malcolm.