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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 l Area Classifieds ;s council contest TABORSKI PUBLISHER WEEKEND IN INDIAN VALLEY on in Indian Valley on this Labor Day of Saturday includes a valley- Bonanza, sponsored by the Indian Chamber of Commerce. In Taylorsville, an antique car show and poker run, and barbecue. While you are in town, Silver Buckle rodeo grounds and team roping that will be taking place the day. =. OPEN HOUSE TOMORROW ge Child Care Center owner Susan Jacobsen is having a and open house tomorrow, Thurs- from 4-7 p.m. at her facility on Ridge TIME FLIES... call him the 'senior' veterinarian in (no, not because he celebrated his last week), because this month 25th year of practice in Quincy for Dr. DVM. For a quarter of a century, Dr. provided care for both small and large either from his Highway 70 clinic, Feath- Veterinary Clinic, or from his well- truck. there with the good doctor are lovers, Bob and Dorothy Farn- owners of DMF Boarding Kennels, 70 across from the Chandler Road spent the last 25 years catering to cat's boarding and grooming needs. Hollingsworth and Jennifer Day Mc- who own Body and Soul, are now in s in Quincy. Over the the b siness has continued to expand 'a variety of goods and services for the local Today, you will find they do hair, mas- faci , tanning and a lot more. their 5th anniversary as owners and of Feather River RV & Mobile Home Jerry DeVore and Leslie Furnas. If you with this Mohawk facility, some of include RV sites with full hookups, :sites, two tent cabins, two new log a laundry facility and a conve- !Store PRIZE WINNER ANNOUNCED past two months, Gina Sobrero, of So- Barnyard in Crescent Mills, has been giv- weekly prizes to 4-H and FFA members. products and others that locally. Her final winners during were Rachel McDowell and the grand Elizabeth Johnson, who received a watch. So do you think these cold mornings portend the end of summer? Has it been too fast or too slow? It's been both for me, as usual. I'm really excited to learn that the Plumas Corp annual awards dinner is going to be held in the Lake Almanor area. That is why we really need to nominate some of our people for awards. There is one category for a person or business that has helped the economy by creating jobs or such, another for one who has improved tourism and a third for one who has im- proved natural resources. The deadline is Sept. 3, so if you know a good nominee, you can give me a call at 258-36,33, and Ill be thrilled to write it up. If youthink you deserve the award, call me, I probably just forgot about it. The Lake Almanor Busi- ness and Industry Develop- ment Council has a great The Mohawk Valley Water- are: an assessment of the cur- shed Restoration Committee rent condition of the Sulphur and the Feather River Coor- Creek watershed; a strategic dinated Resource Manage- plan for restoration of the ment Group invite all inter- watershed; development of a ested people to attend a meet- citizen's monitoring pro- ing on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at gram; and installation of a 5:30 p.m. at the Graeagle Fire continuous recording station Hall. at the Highway 89 bridge at The purpose of the meeting the mouth of Sulphur Creek. is to review a draft scope of This meeting is to ensure work to be submitted to the that the intent of the group State Water Resources Con- involved in the grant propos- trol Board, the group that al process is incorporated in- has funded a grant to assess to the grant's scope of work. the Sulphur Creek water- For more information, shed. please call Buzz McCann at The main tasks to be ac- 836-4066, or Leslie Mink at complished with this grant 283-3739. YOUR BUSINESS? Business development services availablel Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Fimmdai So~ctng Business [qannlnl~ etc. Demo~aphic Infocmetion PWMU CORPORATION !i ii !ii! . :,(-o) 2s.373, ,,,,,, :,,, " Buying quality stocks that have fallen out of favor can be a smart investment. I can provide a current list of recom- mended companies that are well below their peak prices. Call or stop by today for details Steve King 546 Lawrence St., Placer Square, Quincy 800-995-0253 (530)283-4061 Edward Jones Serv~ladivid~lnvem,nS/azel~t contest in the works. Until Labor Day of 2002, chamber members will be selling tick- ets. First, Prize is a residen- tial lot at Lake Almanor West. What a beautiful neighborhood to build in. There are also some big cash prizes from $100 to $5,000. Chamber members will be selling tickets, so contact any member or call the office 258- 2426. Speaking of chamber mem- bers, ff you haven't paid your dues this year you are in ar- rears, ff you've never been a member, it's time to join. Ifi- dividual memberships are quite reasonable and there is even a senior rate. Call Suki at the office, and she'll be glad to help you sign up. ff you haven't been to a craft fair yet, you've been sleeping on the job, or work- ing on it. You still have a couple more chances. The first-ever Lake Almanor Peninsula Arts and Crafts Fair is September I at LACC Rec Area 1. Call Charlene at 2594144 if you need more in- formation. On Sept. 2, you can start you day with breakfast at the Chester Fire Department, hit the merchant's sidewalk sale, and then party all after- noon at the Stover Mountain Boogaloo. There will be Ca- jun music and a barbecue. It all culminates with the drawing for the big money of Stover Mountains' Quick Draw. I have my ticket for the drawing; now I just need to get my dinner tickets. The Streetrod Extravagan- za is Sept. 7 and 8. I love looking at all the great cars and reminiscing. It is one of the few events my husband and I really enjoy together. I highly recommend taking your boyfriend to it. It worked for me. If you haven't finished Christmas shopping yet, try the Fall Festival Craft Fair on Sept. 29 at the Memorial Hall. This is a new festival that will replace the Fall Col- or Festival in October. It should be great. Call Ginny at 258-1921 if you need more info. 7 days a week 836-0852 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle You just want the best protection at a reasonable hype, no lingo. Our agency understands and is here to help make it all clear. Whether it's your home, auto or business, our agency offers the Allied products you need with the Premier Service you deserve. Chris Jones kJc. # 0~55756 H~ S~,ra In~xmee Serwces, C~este~ 800-468-1233 530-258-3477 CARE CENTER OPENS Cromberg resident Kathy Varn- Angel Nails inside The Hair Kathy was a manicurist in just received her Califor- I)EUVERY AVAILABLE rto time to take a break for lunch? WeU, :because Art Sevtap, owner of Art's Bread , Will deliver lunch around the Chester area :a buck! A reliable source tells me that his lasagna is "awesome." CARD-LOCK REMODELING COMPLETE Higgins have fmished a complete business, Portola Card-Lock. remodeling included new islands, overhead canopy and, what has been as an extremely energy efficient, yet night lighting system. They are now with the Commercial Fueling Network allows customers access to card-lock nation. CHARITABLE LEAD TRUSTS contributions to charity are generally structured to tax advantages. One familiar option is the charitable which provides payments to the donor or other of years or life, after which the remainder goes Trust options are an annuity trust, in which a fixed i~s to the charity each year, and a unitrust, which donates a side is the charitable lead trust. In this arrangement, the the first payments, usually for about 10 years, and then assets go to other beneficiaries. tax advantages to the donor. Though the eventual gift to is a taxable gift or bequest, those taxes will be in the transfer. If the trust earns enough grow, the beneficiary can receive as much as the with a far lower tax valuation. structure your charitable giving to best advantage? YOur plans with the experts at 307 W, Main St., Quincy 283-0680 to our time to It's back to school time again and you can contribute more than your kids to the new school year. Bring your used books into your local Plumas Bank office before the end of October and we'll be sure local high school libraries get them. All donations are welcome so scour your bookshelves and garage. We want to help in other ways too. That's why whenever you order Plumas Bank scenic checks, you can now get the mascot logo of your favorite high school printed right next to your name--free. And every time you order checks with your high school's logo, we'll automatically make a contribution to your Booster Club. So support your local schools by drop- ping off a few books the next time you visit your Plumas Bank office. OK7 WWW. PLUMAsBANK.COM