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Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter BUSINESS and CLASSIFIEDS MIKE TABORSKI Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com BUSINESS SCENE DEMBOSZ: 30 Rose Dembosz is celebrating 30 years of service to Plumas Bank. She was their first employee, joining the bank's charter organizational team in October, 1980 as the operations officer. Her career has taken her from assistant vice presi- YEARS WITH BANK i/ dent senior operations officer in 1988 to executive vice president, manager of the Rose Dembosz bank operations group in 2007. She currently over- sees several departments including operations, in- formation technology, human resources, and the customer resource center. Andy Ryback, interim president and chief execu- tive officer stated, '.s Plumas Bank's first employ- ee, Rose worked to organize our bank from an idea proposed by local business leaders to a half billion dollar institution. Her strong work ethic and loyalty to the company have helped drive the bank's suc- cess and she has set an influential example for all Plumas Bank employees." Rose said, "The past 30 years have been an incred- ible journey and along the way I have had the op- portunity to grow, learn and work with an excep- tional board of directors and an outstanding team." NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT TO KEEP YOUR FUTURE ON TRACK. CABALLERO JOINS STATE FARM TEAM State Farm Insurance Agent Richard Stockton has added a new team member to his Quincy agency, Lisa Caballero. She has lived in the Quincy area for many years and has six years of banking experience. Earli- er this month, Lisa took and easily Lisa Caballero passed the State Insurance Licensing exam. She will be working as an insurance and fi- nancial services office representative, taking Car- lene Sedgwick's position, who will be retiring in December after a 26-year career at the Quincy of- .fice. Be sure to stop by the State Farm office across from the shopping center and congratulate Carlene on her upcoming retirement, while wel- coming Lisa to her new position. EdwardJones TRUJILLO JOINS FLANIGAN INSURANCE Mike and Valerie Flanigan have added a newly licensed property and casualty agent in their Quincy office, MaryAnn Trujillo. She and her hus- band Eric relocated to Plumas County from Livermore. "MaryAnn is a bright and talented agent and we look for- ward to watching her grow in her role of assisting business clients with their insurance needs," said Mike. Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance is an independent insurance agency with offices in Quincy, Susanville and Reno employing 13 agents to serve the insurance needs for both bus- nesses and individuals. MaryAnn Trujill0 FINAL WEEKEND AT TRATTORIA ROSA Don't miss the final opportunity to take advan- tage of the two-for-one meal deal at Trattoria Rosa, the Italian restaurant in Cromberg. Owners Patrick and LaVelle Kenny will be closing Nov. 1, for the season. Another reminder: Saturday and Sunday grillmaster Lloyd Lewis will be serving up some of his famous barbecue at the restaurant, so you have a choice of ordering off the regular menu -- taking advantage of the season closing deal -- or enjoying Lloyd's feast which is not part of the deal. CHRISTMAS AT CRESCENT COUNTRY It's the 25th annual Christmas at Crescent Coun- try holiday event Friday through Sunday, Nov. 5 - 7. Lisa, Barbara and friends are anxious to show off their outstanding selection of traditional holi- day gift giving items, which literally includes something for everyone and every room in your home. Be sure to stop by, browse and enjoy their wassail and cookies. WHAT A TRUST CAN DO Many wealthy people have trust funds. But trusts can be utilized by people at almost any income level to help manage their money and how it is spent and by whom. Trusts can be set up to help accomplish your financial goals. They may be utilized to control distribution of your estate over time, perhaps managing it until young heirs can do so themselvs. A trust may manage your money if you or your heir is incapacitated. In some cases it can be used to reduce estate taxes at your death. A trust is a separate legal entity that owns and manages assets for the good of the trust's beneficiaries. The individuals who set up the trust set the rules for it. There is no legal minimum for creating a trust, but the trustees may require a minimum. The trust is generally managed by a truste or trustees that you choose, whether a friend, relative or advisor or a corporate trustee such as a fnancial institution. Creating a trust? Get professional advice from the folks at: 307 W. Main St., ;-0680 Autumn colors lead to winter cele00,rations CHAMBER UPDATE SARAH METZLER Quincy Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, Oct. 13, the Quincy Chamber of Commerce welcomed in the 2010-2011 board of directors at the annual luncheon. Panda Morgan, Small Business Development Center, shared information and resources for rural business. Roxanne Valladao, Plumas Arts, presented a Town Hall Theater slide show and goals to renovate the local icon. New officers are President, Kent Barrett of Southern Ac- cent; Vice President, Jeanne Brovelli of La Casa Bella; Sec- retary, Sara Patrick of Green- horn Creek Guest Ranch; and Treasurer, Kathy John-Beat- ty of Plumas Bank. Directors include Les Ellis of Sierra Park, John Kolb of Streetscape, Nanci Luce of Shear Pleasure, Amy Schulz of Feather River College and two new directors, Cheryl Reinitz of Forest Stationers and Kristie Fox of Sierra Health and Fitness Revolution. A Directors Retreat was scheduled to establish priori- ties and a new survey de- signed to address the needs of the Quincy business commu- nity. Comments and sugges- tions are welcome. Chamber members are essential part- ners necessary to implement community enhancement and are very much appreciated. Are you ready for Safe Trick, which is Friday, Oct. 29, in Quincy from 3-6 p.m.? Back by popular demand, the Doggie Costume Contest will be held at 4 p.m on the Court- house steps. Prizes will be awarded. The Quincy High School "S" club will again be providing traffic control at the intersections to keep the chil- dren safe. This event is sup- ported by your local Quincy Merchants. Parents are en- couraged to accompany their children and share in the scary fun! The blazing colors of au- tumn lead us rapidly into holi- day festivities. Come and.cele- brate the magic of this holiday season with us on Friday, Dec. 3, from 5-8 p.m. This is the unique winter festival known as the Quincy Main Street Sparkle. Children of all ages will enjoy the Sparkle Light Parade. This year we are ex- pecting a special visit from you-know-who --Santa and the elves -- so prepare your wish list ahead of time! Who will win the Sparkle Princess Costume Contest and $100 in gift certificates from partici- pating chamber businesses? It may be cold enough for a visit from Frosty the Snowman so dress warm! Live music and dancing will entertain you, your friends and your family from 5-6:59 p.m. Then get ready to count down the Tree Lighting! The evening's festiv- ities continue until 8 p.m as the Quincy Merchants host open houses that are sure to delight your senses. Food, drink and special gifts will be available for everyone on your list! We hope that you will join us for this festive occasion. Jeff Diesel Jeff Brawiey has opened a repair shop on Lee Road in Quincy, sharing a shop with Iongtime friend Skip Part- low. Although he repairs all ve- hicles, he special- izes in fleet and heavy equip- ment service and repair. He is cer- tified by CDET to provide diesel engine smoke tests. He and his wife, Christie, have two chil- dren. Photo by KaFen Kuhn ...... Come enjoy Safe Trick or Treat Oct. 29 Downtown Quincy Happy Halloween! Forest Stationers Across from the Courthouse Graeagle Store 531 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 111 Hwy 89, Graeagle, CA 96103 (530) 283-2266 FAX: (530) 283-2501 (530) 836-1952 Mon-Fri 9:30am - 5:30pm Mon-Sat 10am-5prn; Sun 10am-4pm Now is the time to schedule your tree portfolio review. Call or visit today. Steven R King Financial Advisor 546 Lawrence Street, Suite 8 Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 www.edwardlones.com Member SIPC No one offers more discounts than Farmers! So if you want a great price, great service, and a great agent, there's really only one name you need to know for auto insurance. Call now to find out more. Rouland Insurance Agency P.O. Box 425/650 Main Street Chester, CA 96020 530-258-2218 Toll Free: 800-254-2218 Agent License Number: 0657918 brouland @farmersagent.com /' FARMERS L's you back where you belong: Plums Bank will pay you to GO GREEN! Simplify your life! Open a Go Green Checking account and a Grow Green savings account today! You'll gain the freedom to manage your accounts online, anytime, while adding to your financial success. These accounts are environmentally-friendly, convenient, and they can help make your savings growl Learn all about eStatements and check out the details on our new Green accounts by visiting www.plumasbank.com, your local Plumas Bank office, or call us at 1.888.3PLUMAS. Earn money and help our environment, GO Green! I t. i :