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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter , Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014 Bu s INE S S A00.D CLAS00;I F lIE D S MIKE TABORSKI Publisher mtaborski@plu masnews.com BUSINESS SCENE GIRLS' NIGHT OUT THIS FRIDAY With a Hollywood theme and ladies dressed as their favorite actresses, the ever-popular Girls' Night Out this Friday evening in Quincy promises to be as gala an event as ever. The fun- filled and entertaining night begins at 4 p.m. and continues past 8 p.m. Your stroll starts at Carey Candy Co. where you can pick up a program and a bag filled with goodies. It then continues as you visit the 24 participating businesses that have rolled out the red carpet with refreshments, music and prize drawings. The evening won't be complete without stopping at the Town Hall Theatre to participate in the costume contest sponsored by Sierra Moon Photography. Edward Jones THE SEASON FINALE BARBECUE Yep, you know the summer season is winding down when rustlers at the famed Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch tell us that this week they are serving up their last all-you-can-eat Friday night barbecue. From 5 to 8:30 p.m., it's ribs, chicken, a bonfire sing-along with s'mores, line dancing, horseshoe tournament, swimming and wagon rides. Bring the family, bring your friends and, by all means, bring your appetite! Forest Stationers Across from the Courthouse 531 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 530) 283-2266 IVX: (530) 283-2501 Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm BODY EASE, A GENTLE EXERCISE CLASS Sacred Space Energetic Healing Arts owner Nancy Presser, CMT, CYT, is pleased to announce that she is offering a new class called Body Ease, a gentle exercise class for people living with acute or chronic pain, or people looking to improve their overall health. She says thefocus is to learn how to use your breath to reduce pain, tai chi movements to lubricate the joints, yoga stretches to bring ease to pastural disorders, qi gong and acupressure to increase the body's innate healing system and visualization techniques to engage the power of the brain to promote healing. The class is held each Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at her studio on Ann Street in Greenville and will continue through Oct. 7. GOOD VIBRATIONS' LIQUIDATION SALE Some changes are happening at Good Vibrations in Chester. Donna Ramsey and Ronna Ramsey, two of the four owners, are retiring. Sharon Geney will continue running her massage therapy business in its upstairs location (next to the offices of holistic health educator Jan Davies and Marge Penley's Coaching for Singles). Becky Weatherson will still have her picture framing business in the Good Vibrations space with plans to open another retail business there as well. So, ff you are getting the vibes, that also means is that you can take advantage of a huge inventory liquidation sale now underway. WELCOME BACK, KORY! As he continues to regain his strength and stamina from a serious illness that sidelined him for a couple of months, physical therapist Kory Felker is gradually easing his way back to work. His patients will find him now working part time at his practice, Plumas Physical Therapy, on Central Avenue behind the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. He plans to reopen his Graeagle clinic Oct. 7. NEW EMPLOYEE, REGULAR HOURS Jerry and Arleen Cook, the hardworking couple with the ungodly hours who own and operate Papa's Donuts in East Quincy, have added a new employee, Kayle Fischer. Her duties will include taking your phone orders as well as serving you Over the counter at their shop in East Quincy. They are once again operating with their regular hours, Tuesday Saturday, midnight - 2 p.m., so you night owls have a place to go for a cup of Coffee and something sweet! :F YOUR CHILD'S ID It's one thing to protect your identity to protect your assets and your credit. But these days, some thieves are stealing the identity of people with no credit history at all-youngsters! Armed with a child's Social Security number, thieves can assign that number to a different name and address, and then apply for credit cards, loans or other financial benefits. Some even use those SSNs to commit crimes. The theft can go undetected for years, until the kid applies for a loan. Due to ID theft, children have defaulted on loans, received speeding tickets in the mail or were charged with crimes they did not commit. Where possible, do not give out SSNs; many offices use only the last four digits. Check how medical offices secure medical files. Teach your children safe Internet habits, especially on social media. And check the credit bureaus: has anyone established credit histories for your children? Brought to you as a public service by the money-and-taxes people at John A. Kimmel, CPA Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation CPA  307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 Focused on environmental justice Margie Strite and Nancy Ryan are the co-founders of Community Health Watch, an environmental justice organization headquartered in Chester that is focused on "the combined social, health and illness, environment and cultural conditions that influence an individual or community." The co-founders said the group is run by volunteers/members from the local area "watchdogging our Almanor Basin and the pollution sources which degrade it." The two Iongtime Chester area residents said they will investigate any issue that causes health effects within the Almanor Basin communities. Photo by Cheri Mclntire RETIR M NT: SOME DEClSlONS ARE SIMPLE II To learn how consolidating your accounts to Edward Jones could help give you the retirement you want, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor www.edwardjones,c0m Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. 0uincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 00;everal events on tap in the Quincy area ............................................................. Plumas Arts. Overnight [-tta.tltt T Tnt-at __kr:,_t__.rl/ll_. camping available onsite at KENT BARRETT Quincy Chamber of Commerce Girls Night Out is going Hollywood this Friday. The event gets started at 4 p.m. at Carey Candy Company in downtown Quincy. There you will pick UP your red bag filled witl goodies. Proceed to downtown businesses and participate in the Hollywood trivia game. Participating businesses have been carrying on the trivia game since Sept. 2. It will conclude the evening of Girls Night Out at Main Street Styles. The winner will receive a free pair of shoes. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Plumas Rural Services will be holding its fourth annual "Step Out Of Domestic Violence" walk/run. The event will be held at Feather River College on Oct. 4. It kicks off at 10 a.m. at the Equine Facility. Entry is $15 per participant, and includes a free tee shirt. There will be door prizes and raffles. You can register in advance at: plumasruralservices.org/5k/. Plumas Arts will once again hold their "Fractured Fashion Show" at the Vets Hall on Oct. 11 at 6:30 p.m. Three famous designers will bring to Quincy a stunning, entertaining runway show of costumes and fashion for October celebrations. This is a must see one-of-a-kind event. Arrive early for a no-host bar, complimentary appetizers, and boutique shopping. This is an adult show... (some of the models will not be acting their age). This event is produced in collaboration with Plumas Arts: Tickets $20 at the door. For more information call 284-7480. The following weekend on Oct. 18, those busy, busy folks at Plumas Arts will be holding their annual Mountain Harvest Festival at the Plumas-Sierra fairgrounds from 1-5 p.m. The event features a beer tasting with over 20 breweries, food and non- alcoholic beverages. Live music provided by local rockers Stone Soup and headliners The LoLos out of Chico. A special raffle of goods and services benefits the fairgrounds. Beer tasting tickets will be $30 for Plumas Arts members, $35 for non-members in advance only; $40 at the gate for everyone. Admission to the fairgrounds (included with tasting pass) will be $15, $10 for Plumas Arts members. Call Plumas Arts at (530) 283-3402 for more information or visit plumasarts.org. Quincy Chamber of Commerce has new office hours. Monday 1-5 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., and Friday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. We are located in the Plumas Bank lobIy on Main Street in Quincy. You can contact us at 283-0188. i- LINDA D. 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