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Progressive, Record, Re~rter Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001 l Area Classifieds TABORSKI PUBLISHER TO HER ROOTS-PHOTOGRAPHY Flynn is once again in the photography On Oct. 1, the longtime Quincy resident :a studio on Lawrence St. in Quincy to Morning Thunder) simply called Mart.ha Photography. Martha specializes in wed- individual and family portraits and pass- t pictures. The Chester/Lake AI- manor area has a lot of really great businesses. They didn't all qualify for nomination for awards, but some of them did. Because the Plumas Corp awards are being post- poned, I decided I wanted to give all of our nominees a great big hurrah right here. First off, Carol Franchetti, t of Carol's Cafe at Camp Prattville ,was nominated twice--once for economic de- velopment and once for tourism. Just because she won a couple of years ago doesn't mean she isn't still a winner to us. She works hard to employ lots of people, then organizes and nearly runs the boat shows. She also teaches culi- nary arts on the high school and adult levels. And that doesn't even mention all of the benefit dinners and lunches she does. We had two nominees for the environmental award, them off. Dick and Terri Withrow have Speaking of color riots, are provided a beautiful entrance you ready for fall? Well, start to the west end of our town at the Fall Festival that TOPS for several years now. Too is sponsoring at the Memori- bad most visitors don't see it al Hall this Saturday, from 9 at Christmas when it is truly a.m.-4 p.m. The crafts should spectacular, put you in an autumn mood. Johnny Guess, at John's This is the season when Backhoe Service, has done an people calling the chamber extraordinary transforma- and the visitor's bureau start tion of his place of business, asking where the great colors We've seen him working late are. If you are out driving into the evening, building and you see some stunning two brick planter boxes, one displays of fall color, please with a pond. They are a riot call me at 288-3633. I'll pass of flowers, with some antique the word to those that ask. equipment parts to really set REPAIRS, WEB DESIGN AND MORE is running a business from his on Alder St. in Quincy called Plumas Corn- He offers repairs and upgrades for both and Macs, network troubleshooting and instal- and Web page design for both individuals ibusinesses. CONSULTING BUSINESS in-home business, Thompson Valley ;, has begun operations in Quincy Nan- and her son, Ben, have nearly 30 years experience in database management I support. The two tell us their services will pro- comprehensive computer solutions for small that include hardware con- etup and maintenance, networking and Web integration and deployment. For information, visit their Web site at :) or call 283-2925. TO DO BUSINESS WITH THE GOVERNMENT state and federal governments are the top of goods and services in the country. On Oct. 1i, local business owners can attend an ex- seminar, "How to do business with the gov- which will provide an introduction to business with government agencies and give t the opportunity to talk directly with state and seminar, which includes lunch, begins day at 8:30 a.m. and will end at 4:30 p.m. It will at the Lassen Career Network on Main St. Individuals can attend either or days. The deadline to register is Oct. 5. Spon- by the Alliance for Workforce Development Sierra College Small Business Develop- for more information call STUDIO READIES FOR NEW SEASON trio of teachers and classes suited for everyone," is the way Elleen Cox describes upcoming year at Footloose Dance Studio in She says Marty has added a tap-jazz class r teens and preteens; Cheree is busy with a new for boys only, while Eileen herself offers the Ballet, Pointe and adult tap classes. GAMES FOR RENT AT QNET games are now available for rent at Qnet, Lawrence St. in Quincy. Owner Mary is having a grand opening for the rental on Saturday, Oct. 6, from noon to 4 p.m. a door prize, she will be giving away a Playsta- 2. Mary said customers can sign up for free p anytime, but must be present to win door prize. Stop by and enjoy the refreshments free game play while you see what is available rent or purchase. New store hours are 10 a.m. p.m. seven days a week. The rental hotUne for and requests is 283-5276. TO NEW LOCATION Media has moved to 2046 East Main y, the same suite occupied by Plumas Information Technologies (PCIT). Owner Wiegand says his graphic design company the vinyl letteririg seen on many of local race cars and has done a number of ban- seen at local events. Carl creates an assort- of business graphics including menus, signs stationery. Located across from the Polka Dot, flew phone number is 283-4614. IS YOUR FIRM PAYING AMT? it may not be necessary. Owners of many small businesses do not from the Alternative Minimum Tax. Like the personal AMT, the corporate AMT turns ordinary tax Having to pay AMT takes away the same sort ~f "tax preference items" that figure on personal returns. Companies qand to 10se such tax benefits as accelerated depreciation, tax credits such. But Congress created an exemption from AMT for small t~porations in 1997. Nevertheless, thousands of small corporations that don't have to still paying the AMT. Be assured that the IRS does not look for errors, nor correct them. If the tax had been overpaid, Uncle keeps the money. Smart business: check with your accountant. Do you qualify as a corporation," depending on your average gross receipts? if paid AMT for 1998 or 1999, you may qualify for a refund. Small and not-so-small companies depend on our business Get the knowhow you need at: Photo submitted To celebrate the fourth anniversary of Mohawk Val- ley Associates Real Estate, owner/broker Jeannette Sasser announced the opening of a branch office In Portola. Agents Lonnie Joffrles and Billy Berg will staff the office, located at 150 Pacific Street. '100 or more per month Let Edward Jon~ show you how dollar cost averaging into stocks keeps you investing regularly while it puts stock market fluctuation to work for you. Dollar cost evera~ is a len~ema s~ategy, so you should evaluate your ability to comtnue investing tlxou~ up and clown markets. Stocks are su~ect to value ~, and if sold, mw be ~rth more or less than their original cost. To learn more, call today. Steve King 546 Lawre~ S~ P, aca Squ~ Q~ncy 800-995-0253 (530)283-4061 www edwardjones corn EdwardJones [ I Shop late Mon. 10-7. 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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. OK? WtN N.PLUMAsBANK.COM 307 W. Main St, Quincy 283-0680 nl i