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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 g l Area Classifieds TABORSKI PUBLISHER SUMMIT THIS SATURDAY .SPeakers at the 3rd annual Business Saturday, Nov. 17, will be Dan Smith Young who will update the audience of the proposed golf course in Quincy. is Scott McCallum, of McCallum who will discuss local marketing to the public, this annual event is the Quincy Chamber of Commerce to begin promptly at 9 a.m. at the at the Plumas-Sierra Fair- Executive Director Terry Ree- chamber looks forward to this annual )n of issues that affect com- ican Valley. NEW PRODUCTS AT CHESTER .a new look at Motors Services Yama- Chester. In anticipation of the store's owners Larry and Sharon Leiper ; and expanding their prod- carry Fox racing gear and ap- With Klim Aggressive Sled gear. An is planned later this month. TRADITION: DORE'S OPEN HOUSE Sign that Christmas is just around the announcement of Dore's Holiday the talented Gwen Dore the better to prepare for this festive, annual tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 15, through Saturday. When visiting in Quincy on Jackson Street be- courthouse, you'll see an assort- decorations, baskets, nativities, and much, much more. OF OPEN HOUSES... and Sunday, Nov. 17-18, Jean Riggs 7th annual open house at her Portola Village Green. Jean says she trav- Bay to purchase an assortment items and plants for the occasion. .9okies will be served both days. ra. Autumn is in the air here at Lake Almanor, with its cool, crisp mornings--winter can't be far behind. I don't have my leaves raked, but my husband got the wood un- der cover, so we're ready, l like to be winter-ready by Halloween. I also like to have my Christmas shopping done by Labor Day and I didn't finish that until two weeks ago. Have you done yours? If you haven't, may I recommend that you look around town? In this town, you'll find districts and the hospital. Street will be open with re- some elegant, some exotic, What good are your tax dol- freshments and a warm wel- some cute, some quirky and lars doing if they hire a pa- come. The Snowmobile Club some classic gifts. There is trolman for Chico or Her- is planning to offer those fab- something for every taste. If long? ulous hayrides again, so you don't find what you like, Yes, this is my annual lec- park at one end of town and please ask. Most of the stores ture to shop locally. Please, leave the driving to them. can special order what you it helps us all and it's really a The tree lighting will be at need, and get it here in less lot of fun. I still need to pick the Almanor Basin Commu- than a week. up a cheese basket for my nity Resource Center and I Best of all, when you shop Grandma and a gift certifi- expect the Claus family to in Chester and Lake A1- cate for some meat for one of show up there as usual. manor, you help to keep a my carnivore friends. Bring the little ones to visit neighbor employed. You help Check out all of the fun on Santa. He loves to see them. keep the stores in town, so Merchant's Open House, theOn Dec. 24, come for the cere- they'll be here when the night after Thanksgiving. mony at theHospiceMemor- snow is too deep to leave, That is Friday, Nov. 23. Mer- ial tree lighting at the Wild- and you support the people chants up and down Main wood Center. It is at 7 p.m. who donate so freely to all of the school and social func- Shop late Mon. 10-7. The rest tions in town. You also help to raise taxes to support the of the week still 10am-5pm schools, the police, the fire 836-o852 Antiques and Photo by Cari Carton Ruth Weston has opened a new store in Chester called Time Was. She carries antiques, collectibles, English teas and tea making supplies along with oth- er food items with an English accent. Ruth isn't new to this business; she owned an antique shop in Red- ding for many years. She and her husband, John, have lived in the area for nine years. Candy Co., that very unique candy located in Quincy's financial district, Tennessee annual open house tomorrow, 15. Owners Amy and Frank Carey II new product at Expressions charm something for everyone; come Subject to availability. BREAKFAST MARKS CLOSING gne breakfast this Sunday from marks the seasonal closing of the Owners Ed and Candi terrific season and look for- next spring. 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