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I'~ogressive Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2001 1 Area Classifieds Photo by Rhonda Balkovek baths and haircuts are just a few of the offered by Brooke's Pet Grooming in Quirt- Brooke Browers has 35 years of experi- in this field. Following in her mother's foot- she opened her first shop when she was 16. relocated from Paradise, where she had a 25 years. She likes the small town atmos- Quincy, adding that Paradise was just get- big. Photo by Denise Carpenetti more than 24 years of experience in geneP with his specialty being tile work, has opened shop in Portola. He is Barbara, where he did a number of for movie stars, and after visiting this area to relocate hare. Tom's company is called ~!/~i: :: !:i i Photo by Cheri Mclntire Yoga classes for groups and individuals, area resident Dawn Lee has opened a busi- Chester called Main Street Yoga & Massage Her yoga instruction, she explains, "is each person, bringing your total being into While improving stamina and reducing has been a massage practitioner fer She and husband Rob live in Clear Creek Jessica, 17, and son Ryan, 15. Shop late jk4on. 10-7. The rest of the week still 10am-5pm 836-0852 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle AMEND YOUR RETIREMENT PLAN? eased minimum distribution requirements for 1RAs, the amounts that must be subtracted each year and, in allowing savings to remain rex-deferred longer. plans must be amended by the end year to meet the new minimum distribution rules. Withdrawals will have to be figured under the old rules. has not yet amended the rules and you are more money from your tax-deferred account? get relief by rolling the excess amount (more rules allow) into an IRA within 60 days. also must be amended to comply with the new tax changes take effect in 2002 and in subsequent higher maximum contribution for everyone, and contribution level for those over 50. These in place by the end of the 2005 plan year. COmpany's plan up to date? You can depend on the 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 $1 in "I I ~Ira ~J:: /E. PLUMAS CHAM- [ -';':: JBEROFCOMMERCE i With Christmas just around the corner, and Thanksgiving just past, it is time to talk about plans for Christmas events that will be taking place here in Eastern Plumas County. On Dec. 1, both Graeagle and Portola merchants will be doing something special. Graeagle will be having a merchants' open house from 1-7 p.m. with horse-drawn wagon rides going on at the same time. Santa pictures will be from 3-5 p.m., followed by music and caroling in the opportunity with Santa also Graeagle Gift Shop. park. The lighting of the tree taking place on Dec. 1 at the Project Santa Claus is once will take place at 6 p.m. Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds again accepting new toys that Portola's Ye Olde Christ- in Quincy, and this is from 9- are unwrapped. The drop-off mas takes place in Old Town 11 a.m. This one features San- points for the toys are : Porto- from 3-6 p.m., with Santa pic- ta photos with your pet and la City Hall; the Plumas Eure- tures being taken from 3-5 benefits P.A.W.S. The num-ka Fire Hall; the Gottas p.m. There will be tree deco- ber for more information is home, at 18 Yonkalla in rating from 3-4:30 p.m. and a 283-2244. Graeagle; and Fran Roude- pifiata in the park at 3:30 p.m. The chamber will be selling bush's home in Portola, at 697 The tree, auction and tree Christmas tree permits until Ridge. If you need pickups, lighting will begin at 4:30, Dec. 21, when the chamber of- please call 832- 4174 or with caroling to follow from rice will close for the Christ- 836-0152. 5-6 p.m. mas holiday. The office is lo- One more event I would The biggest thing for both cated now at 424 E. Sierralike to mention is the chain- children and adults, as usual, (Hwy. 70) in Portola, withber's Christmas mixer, hosted will be the Santa Train Rides winter office hours of 10 a.m. by Plumas Bank here in Por- that the Railroad Museum to 2 p.m., Monday through tola, from 5-7 p.m. on Dec. 17. will be conducting Dec. 1, Saturday. Inasmuch as this will be starting at 6 p.m. They will The Graeagle Community the last column for the East- again be running the Santa Church, on Dec. 15, from ern Plumas Chamber to ap- Train on Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. 12:30-4:30 p.m., will be having pear before the Christmas There is one more picture a home tour of six decorated holidays, we here at the homes. The tickets will be $8 chamber would like to wish and are on sale in Graeagle at everyone a very Merry Lila's, the Mill Works and the Christmas! Art and i Photo by Denise Carpenetti There is a new business in Portola where you can paint your own ceramics; it's called Rock, Paper, Scissors. Located on Pacific Street, owner Jody Mc- Nicolas says her studio is available for day use by Individuals or groups gathering for birthdays, office parties, bridal showers and other events. She sup- plies the paint, stencils, stamps, offers assistance and fires pieces for a fee. Jedy has a degree in fine arts, has done art and ceramics for years and has taught children ages 5-12. Edward Jones invites you to attend this interactive Viewpoint broadcast: Silver Lining on the Recession Call in your Jones. and limited. 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