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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2001 i Arw UuIla O TABORSKI PUBUSHER ONCE AGAIN, IS IN THE GIVING g tradition continues at the in Greenville. Gould Fickardt and and friends are once again prepar- complimentary Thanksgiving of simply saying "thanks." "If be with your family on Thanksgiving, With ours," they said. The meal will be 2 to 5 p.m. THEIR SECOND ANNIVERSARY a small business is like having two tons a one-ton truck: you've got to keep in the air at all times," said Wes Reed the Road in Blairsden. Wes added that Wife, Sharon, have managed to "keep and, as a result, will celebrate the of their business on Nov. 28 in the store offered at 10 percent The store features, in addition to and unique gifts, a book exchange, indoor seating. Before Dec. 1, if you ad, you will get 10 percent off your so on Nov. 28 you could save as much as on your purchase. ANNUAL TOWN FAIR r from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. local Indian will be presenting a variety of gifts and decorations in the building next office in downtown Taylorsville. As a 4-H will be offering lunch beginning at a point to be back there at 6 p.m. parade" traveling down ON UVING WILLS Nov. 30 at 2:30 p.m. Chico attorney will be conducting a seminar at Sun- & Rehabilitation in Quincy. Neff g changes in the law that deal of attorney and living wills. For more contact Phyllis GoUa at SunBridge. OFFERS MUTUAL FUNDS Farm Insurance agent Richard the necessary training and is of State Farm Fed- Bank. What that really means is that can now offer clients mutual funds. 111 VISITS IN NINE MONTHS Michael Clawson tells us that in just months, the Web site a little over 1 million hits. He said reports show the site averaging per month. "The Web site has had response. Visitors seem to be very in- what's going on in Graeagle," he said. R something new, we want to remind Gifts from the Garden is now open Terry and Dick carry anassortment of gifts and cards At their Chester store. BY AMERICAN BUILDINGS Construction, Lake Almanor, has as an authorized builder for Amer- Company, according to the compa- Keith Fischer. Greg says he will : American, one of the largest manufac- metal building systems in the world, and Lassen counties. His ser- pre ngineered building design, and services. COMPLETES SPECIAL TRAINING Geney, C.M.T., cam- COUrse in spa treatment, aroma therapy ,Wraps offered at Phillipps School of Mas- City. These services are now of- Chester business, Massage Therapy. INFLATION-PROOF BOND? lose" mvestment with a guaranteed return? This time Inflation-Protected Securities, known as TIPS, Series 1 bond. These issues, best for the buy- pay a guaranteed rate of return over and above rate. Earnings are free from state and local taxes; is deferred until the bonds are cashed in. principal is adjusted to reflect changes in the Index. Interest is paid twice a year, based on the a deal is it?. A $10,000 TIPS sold on July 11 had a than 3.5 percent for a l O-year issue. If annual 1.78 percent, the return will outperform other bonds. tend to pay slightly less, but come in denominations ) $10,000, better soited to ~e small investor. ~ s a limit on l-bond purchases. in taxes and inflation when you invest? We'll St. Qelacy 283-068O ] i The holiday season is here, and several Indian Valley events are bringing in new ways to spread the cheer. TAYLORSVILLE TOWN FAIR The Taylorsville Town Fair Saturday, Nov. 24, has be- come one of the most popular holiday craft fairs and festi- vals around. Due to renovations of the rock club building, the craft fair will fill the Taylorsville Mall next to the Post Office this year, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. New additions at the fair are children's games and a booth where they can paint their own ornaments. There will also be a new giveaway fund-raiser conducted by the Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club. By 5:30 p.m., decorated floats, horse-drawn wagons, logging trucks and even a special sleigh will be lining up for a light parade that starts about 6 p.m. Hot chocolate, popcorn balls and candy apples will add to the festive holiday at- mosphere. For more information about this Taylorsville event, Photo by Sherri McConnelt The mother-son team of Nicholo and Sean Lowry have opened an organic foods restaurant in Quincy called In The Raw. Menu items include fresh- squeezed Juices, vegetarian burdto wraps, sandwich- es and salad The restaurant is located at H aorbi- son St., above Body and Soul where Nichole is also a massage therapist. Soan also has another business, Native Landscaping, in Quincy. call Debbie Allen at 284-7622. CRESCENT MILLS TREE LIGHTING Visit with Santa and enjoy hot chocolate and cookies in the fire station on Carter Street before and after the 6 p.m. tree lighting and carols at the Crescent Mills Post Of- fice Sat., Dec. 1. GREENVILLE COUNTRY CHRISTMAS Volunteers are working hard to make this the best holiday festival ever for Fri- day, Dec. 7. Several merchants are staying open late and offering refreshments at open house sales events. 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