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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 (~ ~ i ~-~ CLASSIFIEDS :.LP WANTED AUTO ! REAL "* S-- NE IS YOUR JOB, HELPING YOU GET THERE IS OURS IT'S TEN, TIMES TEN, TIMES TEN! As a way of saying thanks to their many customers for 10 great years, Roper's owners Ken and Kathe Roper and Jessica Westman are giving away some terrific prizes -- 101 in all! The Ropers and Westman also own Wild West Yogurt, which has been in business three years. Between now and Nov. 29, stop in the Quincy store across from the high school and register for a chance to win one or more of the following prizes that will be given away Dec. 1 through Dec. 10. Each day for 10 days they are giving away 10 $10 gift certificates. Shoppers can submit the 10 things they like best about the store for a chance to win a $100 gift card. And that's not all: They are having a special two-day storewide anniversary sale Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21 and 22. The store carries a huge inventory of clothing, boots and jewelry along with an assortment of other items perfect for gifting a friend or yourself! Edwardlones HERE'S A CHANCE TO WIN $50! The new owners of Little People, Matthew and Leah Kitchens, want to get to know you. So besides expanding the inventory of clothes, toys, games and more at their downtown Quincy store, they are having a drawing for a $50 gift card. All you have to do to enter the contest and it's something most of us in this wonderful community would do anyway is stop in and introduce yourself; it's that simple! That aside, if you haven't been in the store in a while, even without the incentive you'd definitely want to make a point of it! Across from tile Courthouse 531 Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2266 FAX: (530) 283-2501 Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:301ml BANK'S 2015 CALENDAR AVAILABLE Plumas Bank's 2015 photo wall calendar is now available at your local bank office. This year the popular custom calendar celebrates 35 years of community banking in Plumas Bank Country. Local photographers whose pictures were chosen this year include Mike Nellor, Tim and Michelle Erskine, Paul Riddle, Janice Davies, Carol Howe, James Robbins, Boo Heisey, Becky McCall, Bryan Freschi, Jan Cox, Paula Tiner and the late but never forgotten Richard McCutcheon, who entered this contest every year for the past 10 years. "He, along with his talent and passion for photography, will be missed by all," said Elizabeth Kuipers, vice president and marketing manager. She went on to offer her congratulations and thanks to all of their winners, especially Boo Heisey -- she was the lucky winner of the $100 drawing and chose a $100 gift certificate to Pioneer/Lassen Ale Works in Susanville. TRY AND TOP THIS Jeanne Brovelli has added several new toppings, including Hawaiian and Italian, to the popular bagels offered at Jenelli's Bakery in downtown Quincy. The drink menu has also been expanded, most recently with the addition of chai lattes and mochas. Daily house-made soup and rolls are back by popuhr demand, served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. FIDO, FRANKS, FRIENDS AND FUN You and your dog(s) are invited to the TGI Fide parties held every Friday through the winter at the Dog Depot Pet Store starting Friday, Nov. 14, from noon to 5 p.m. Store owner Mimi Garner says she will be serving up hot dogs. Donations benefit the Plumas County Animal Shelter in Quincy. Dog Depot is located across from the White Barn at the intersection of highways 89 and 70. BOOK SIGNING SATURDAY AT EPILOG Epilog Books on Main Street in downtown Quincy will host author Cynthia Lusk as she signs copies of her new book, ' lways Remember Me," on Saturday, Nov. 15, from i to 3 p.m. In the book, Cynthia tells the story of losing her son Jedidiah to cancer. SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AND RETIREMENT PLANS Now that the Supreme Court has invalidated the Defense of Marriage Act -- the law that defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman -- the Internal Revenue Service has been clarifying the rules about the federal tax status of same-sex couples. In states that still do not recognize same-sex marriage, on the other hand, state tax laws still require those individuals to pay. state taxes as single persons. New federal tax rules now require that qualified retirement plans must recognize same-sex spouses of participants as of June 26, 2013. If the plan's wording is not consistent with the new rule, it must be amended to comply with the new rules; plans must adopt the new wording by December 31 of this year. Although the ruling specifies the June 26, 2013, date (when the Supreme Court ruling was made), plans can choose an earlier date. Some fiscal- year plans may have until early 2015 to update. You can depend on our experts to keep business plans up to date. Call on us at John A. Kimmel, CPA Be( uette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation CPA 307 W. Main St., Quincy * 283-0680 Carpet and upholstery cleaning James and Sarah Lausen, owners of Awesome Lausen Janitorial in Quincy, celebrate their purchase of Dave Reynolds' carpet and window cleaning business. The 'addition of his state-of-the-art carpet and upholstery cleaning equipment is a natural for the Lausens, who al- ready operate a very successful residential and commercial janitorial business. As he has for the last 21 years, Dave will continue working as a sales associate at Coldwell Banker Pioneer Realty. Photo by Sherri McConnell Portola variety store opens Susan and Mike Hook open a variety store on Sierra Street in POrtola called Captain Hook's Treasures. The varied inventory includes antiques, novelty items, sporting goods, assorted gift items and more. Mike also owns and operates Hook's Repair and does fire prevention work. The store is closed Sundays. Photo by Roger Nielsen Aimanor chamber / hosts 5K Turkey Trot CHAMBER UPDATE KIM JAMES Chester-Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau The Chester/Lake Almanor Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the first annual Lake Almanor 5K Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning at the Bailey Creek Golf Course. The first 50 registrants will be guaranteed an event T-shirt. Kids under 10 can participate for free. (You can pre-register online for a discount, too.) The family with the most participants will win a prize -- a fresh- made pie in a reusable pie dish. Costumes are welcome. So grab your friends and family, and come out to Bailey Creek Golf Course on Turkey Day morning to walk or run before your holiday feast. Meet at the Bailey Creek Club House, 9 a.m., rain, snow or shine. The annttal Chilly Chili Cook- Off will be held in Chester on Saturday, February 14, 2015. All the information for this event and registration can be found at We are taking registrations now, also we are looking for volunteers for the day of the event, if anyone is interested in helping with the chili cook off. Eastern Plumas Chamber is taking a Booth to the Santa Clara Sports and Adventure Show in February. Besides taking Lake Almanor information with them, they have: made the very generous offer Lake Almar/or chamber area members to personally showcase their businesses, for the very small fee of $200 per business. Considering the booth is $4,000, not including time or energy, or the money spent for lodging or meals, this is a huge opportunity. If you are a chamber member and you are interested in being showcased at this world- class sports and adventure show please contact the Chamber at 258-2426. To see why it makes sense, to get ready for retirement now, call today. 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