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October 10, 2001

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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 I Area Classiflods TABORSK! PUBUSHER go AND ICE CREAM year ago, Oct. 14 to be exact, when and GaLl Taroli purchased Ex- Ceramics & Coffee in Chester. ix first year was quite success- girls! of Chiropractic Christopher Ander- celebrating his first anniversary in a Next Wednesday, Oct. 17, he is having appreciation night," with light being served from 5-7 p.m. at his Por- how time flies! Barbara Himes is cele- years as proprietor of Sassy Nails on Quincy. We understand her shop quite the "retro" look after some exten- Services at her shop include pedi- and tanning. IN MILL CREEK Music & Fun," featuring Alex i and the Ol' Guys singing group from Su- is on tap at Childs Meadow Resort in just east of Chester. Owner Dottle Zim- says the fun begins at 1 p.m on Oct. 13 'til dark. ON SALE AT PAPA MURPHY'S part to help the victims of the Sept. attacks are Rick and Eileen Greenby, Papa Murphy's Take 'n Bake in East are selling pins that feature the flag dated Sept. 11, 2001, for $2 each-- will be sent to the American Red Fund. THE CUTTING EDGE Chester resident Terri Gaither has at Bob and Jennifer Taylor's The Edge salon in Chester. Terri received her from Chico Beauty Col- says she is excited about beginning her hair coloring, styling and cutting. ROOMS owners of the Glass Chester, have opened a new store in called Beer and Wine Plus. They offer and nonalcoholic beverages, quality accessories, such as picnic and Chris says bulk buying allows them to cost down on the myriad of products they will fred them in the same building as Treasures Plus, a consignment store Shirley Jones and Beth Math- sell a variety of items for'the kitchen room, not to mention collectibles. FOR EXPANDING BUSINESS space being leR unused business relocates, Scott and T were able to expand their opera- anner Business Equipment. When Around Furnishings moved across their spot in the Quincy post office the Tanners picked up enough room to their line of Sharp and Savin including copiers. TAKEs PATIENTS a", .Bergstrand, D.C., will resume seeing t ms Uincy office beginning Oct. 15. The see patients on Mondays and from 8-5 p.m. HIS office is located in the )n Central Avenue behind the Shopping Center, where optometrists and Gilman have their offices. CLOSES ITS DOORS Inn at Lake Almanor has closed its the past decade, Peter and Sabina the facility. Prior to that, they oper- Red Onion in Chester for 10 years. Good we understand negotiations are in and the restaurant may reopen soon. NEW TAX LAW: ESTATE TAX news is that the top estate tax rate drops from 55 to 50 next year and will gradually fall five points more. The from es~,ate taxes goes to $1 million next y~u" and until the tax disappears altogvth~ in 2010. The bad news estate tax is due to return in 201 I, with a $1 million } rate. exemption rises to $1 million next y~tr and after other tax changes rtwcrz in 201 I. The t 35 percent a kicker in the tax law that may actually increase the Y of helm. inste~ of inheriling property at its value on the date of will "inherit" ~ deccdent's basis. When the pmperzy is is tigured on th~ canyov~r basis. There arc two excq~ions: million can pass tax-free to a spouse and up w $1.3 million heirs about estate planning7 You'll get the answers you n~ from the mxwis folks m: The arrival of fall color in the Indian Valley heralds fun events, including an apple harvest festival and a Hal- loween carnival. Also, the chamber will be co-hosting a mixer for Matt and Jeri Olson, of Greenville Auto Parts and Saw Service, in their new Highway 89 lo- cation Saturday, Oct. 20, from 3-5 p.m. The event also celebrates their ten years of doing busi- ness in Indian Valley. Apple Harvest Festival nival, sponsored by thees at popular gift shops in With a bumper crop ofap- Greenville Parents' Club at Greenville, Crescent Mills ples all over the county this Greenville Elementary and Taylorsville during the year, the Dawn Institute, of School Saturday, Oct. 27,first weekend of November, Indian Falls, is hosting the from 6-9 p.m. and the Veterans' Day parade Apple Harvest Festival Sat- For information, call theSunday, Nov. 11. urday, Oct. 27, from noon to school at 284-7195. And, nominations for Corn- dusk. munity Member of the Year Presses will polka-dot the The Great Pumpkin are due to the chamber office lawn above the orchard onA tradition in Greenville, by Thursday, Nov. 8. Highway 89, and folks are in- the talking Great PumpkinThe award will be present- vited to bring jars and bottles will greet children who trick- ed during our end-of-the-year to fill with juice, or-treat at the Masonic Hall mixer Saturday, Dec. 15. Gourd carving, potluck on the corner of Main andFor nomination forms, or foods and music are high-Mill streets Wednesday, Oct. for more information, call lights ofthis popular event. 31, from 5-7:30 p.m. the chamber office at 284- For more information, call Other events coming up in- 66,33. clude the holiday open hous- the institute at 284-6036. Halloween CamlvM Children of all ages are in- vited to the Halloween Car- Id care in Portola Photo by Denise Carpenetti Slim Jacobson, left, has opened Adventure Village Child Cam Center in Portola. With the help of Emillle Kreth, the licensed facility will combine a full day of chiM care with educational programs for chlMren 12 years old and younger. 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