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n, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday. Oct 3, 2001 I Area Classifieds TABOBSKI PUBLISHER CHALLENGE BEGINNING TO ADD UP heard from a couple of businesses who decided to join the challenge made by local OWner Bill Rode to aid the Red Cross Family in New York. Nugget Motors has pledged $25 for and used car or truck sold now through 31 to the fund, Talat at Fuel Star-Union 76 they will give $1 for every car wash to the hoping to reach a $500 goal. started the fund by offering up $10 per room of his two properties, Gold Pan in Sierra Motel in Portola. week, an individual walked in to our Quin- office with a check for $2,500! us help them by making whatever contribu- you're comfortable with, in a check or money to the Red Cross. You can bring it by one of our newspaper offices, give it to your sales rep or mail it to Feather Publish- Box B, Quincy, 95971. : plan to publish the names of the contributors not necessarily the amount each contributed. ANNIVERSARIES TO CELEBRATE... Just a year ago when Marsha Mac opened S' :Top : . The Hair Mechanix in East Quincy. Just s of pu ntly, Marsha added a new employee to her ,am, Bl, . Her name is Alison and she specializes in More! t COloring and corrections. 3ox thick Th ,, e first week of October marks the second wr-.=. L~ eea tow Productions, the local Casablanca rFm KRON dealer, has been in business in Quin- ,av=- ]rea.da and Tracy enjoy introducing people to editing systems, and they continue to offer ernoon of free training for all their clients. ,- .iiZJlll _ also have a Casablanca rental program for ,t Dist messes, schools, churches or individuals who m o.2 t to edit videos. e LayerJ ,tM" WINE AND LUNCH Firm " etarian sandwic n n w et. _ . hes, garden burgers and sm- :h :Just a zew of.the items now being serv.ed for 2 na dd tathis ': cZnZhe Swt eorffO/b rr CanY twh e ,fExtral Y ur meal. " I - ENIST TO TAKE MEDICAL LEAV ri.o b E lie At_; aOza _mh, a dental hygienist who has Pric mr Dr. Stewart Gately, D.D.S., in Quincy Learly a decade, is taking a medical leave of ab- ! Pillo While Debra undergoes carpal tunnel , :ery and recovery, recently hired hygienist ;i Wise-Rick will handle her duties. Debra, )ry poc has been in the dentistry field for 26 years, ex- dmol, s to return to work Jan. 2, 2002. Col Free seminar teaches how to contract with government Local, state and federal and federal agency represen- Forest Service, BLM, and oth- The seminar is free, and governments are the top tatives, er state and federal agencies includes lunch, but registra- users of goods and services in While many businesses al- that manage lands and re- tion for one or both days the country. Government ready contract products and sources. We want small busi- must be received by Friday, contracting agencies need services with government nesses to be able to take ad- Oct. 5. For registration and every product from toilet pa- agencies, this marketplacevantage of doing business more information, contact per to machinery; and ser- has not been maximized lo-with the government sector- Lassen Career Network in vices from janitorial to train- rally -according to Mary if that is what they choose to Susanvilleat 257-5057. ingconsultants. Wollesen, the director at do." "How to do Business with On Wednesday and Thurs- Sierra College's Small Busi- The free seminar begins the Government" is a joint ef- day, Oct. 10 - 11, Northern ness Development Center. with check-in and coffee at 8 fort of the Federal Technolo- California business owners "Lassen County in particu-a.m. Presentations are from gy Center Procurement Tech- can attend an exclusive semi- lar is in a unique position to 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m., followed nical Assistance Center, the nar, "How to do Business be involved in many contrac- by lunch and afternoon Department of Governmental with the Government," tual government relations,breakout sessions until 4:30 Services, Sierra College which will provide an intro- with two existing positions to p.m. with state and federal Small Business Development duction to government con- be involved in many contrac- government procurement Center and the Alliance for tracting and give opportuni- tual government relations,representatives. Individuals Workforce Development, Inc. ties to talk directly with state with two existing prisons, the can attend one or both days. _, Photo by Michelle Davis Duane and Nlna Knox purchased the Rainbow Bread delivery route front Lee Wehrman, who has decided to retire after 25 years. This route is one of the few Independent distributors in Northern California, de- livering baked goods like bread, pastries and rolls to restaurants, resorts and stores in the eastern part of the county. Shop late Mon. 10-7. The res of week still 10am-51Om 836-0852 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle HELP WITH YOUR Business development services availablei including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Rnanclai Sourcing * Business Planning, etc. * Demographic Infmmaflon "MAYBE I CAN HELP YOU SAVE MONEY ON IT." Imdng Your Options Maintaining your independence and choice of care as you age. * Dollars and sense - protecting your net egg from the high costs of long-term care * Keeping control of your plan and care options Join industry professionals as they discuss the options and importance of long-term care insurance. This program is free, but seating is limited. To reserve your seat or for more Information, please call or stop by today. Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2001 * 3-4p.m. Steve King SEE US ABOUT A NEW HOME DISCOUNT ON YOUR INSURANCE. ~ Lambert Lie. # 049r~74 ~&~ kuurm~ ~km, ~ 888-251-5512 530-832-5512 Chds Jones IJc. # 0A557f~ ~na msan~ $erC, cu. {2aw~" 800-468-1233 530-258-3477 ..._..Dr,. mJN STREET LOCATION FOR C FAwanUones #qJ Ke HESTER BIZ ,ih e Yu - has relocated her Chester shop. A w dw .jo. corn Vo,,'re i. thick t zt of Everything, to 160 Main Street--the ------- ----------- --- . tion Once occunied b the Pink C . .- Y adillac Book Con one says lt's a much better location with .Lofi e room to display her stuff. Lta . NVILLE AUTO PARTS HAS A NEW HOME and Jeri Olson have relocated their busi- reenville Napa Auto Parts and Chain trice, to the building on Highway 89 where ,t( -, ][ 1 arket had been located The much larger Matt said, will allow them to ex and their I Jrllta auto pa P ) rts selection, as well as their Hus - outdoor power equipment inventory, q deF ]Gifl" AGAINST VIRUSES ' latest viruses can attack your compu [ ei- Donate your gently 1 e-mail or viewing a Web page, repo books to our scho)ls Crosby, owner of Geek's Computers. David , rv] mmnds you download the latest virus pro- your tinle to their classes. Updates at least weekly. He suggests Eudora =il|etscape-' - Messenger;* ...... to preview who m" sending "It s back to school time again and you can wua c send on a virus. As winter contribute more than your kids to the new aches, he reminds us to watch for lightning school year. es, they.can destroy a modem or power sup- Bring your used books into your local many of you found out last week. Plumas Bank office before the end of October i and we'll be sure local high school libraries THE NEW TAX LAW: TAX RATES ~Ou've probably already seen the first sign of the new tax law: a :~d check from the IRS. Ranging from $300 for a single filer to [~a~e~ a..::upl.e,f~,,ntly, theamoum of the rebate is based on ~._ . y u pa~a TOr me year zut~ Any past due federal or state /:~..s, other federal debts or past due child support will be deducted ~'~l:~, YOur check. l~ ~le, too, that your paycheck withholding tax has been reduced to iii'~~ the lower tax rates retroactive to January 1. A new 10- rcent /i~t~'r~:~ ~i!! now cover the first $6,000 for singles, $12,0P~ for ~l~!rCe:- mmg jointly and $10,000 for head of household. The bracket will be slightly higher in 2008. The higher ~to"~ start dropping this year, too: from 39,6 percent to 38.6, from ~l~~ 35 Percent, from 31 to 30 and from 28 to 27 The rates will o "a " g V IF; ga,n ,n 2004 and 2006, but will return to the old levels in ~_ar good news: a grailually increased standard deduction for '-''"~ COuples will hel~=_~o~v .,. p wipe out the mamage penalty." ,~-'-w"~.-- Will the w ' ~ ne tax law affect you. Talk it over with the tax- get them. All donations are wekome 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 CJub. So support your Ideal'schools by drop- ping off a few books the next time you visit your Plumas Bank office. OK? WWW.PLUMAsBANK.COM people at: 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 m