Newspaper Archive of
Feather River Bulletin
Quincy, California
Lyft
December 5, 2001     Feather River Bulletin
PAGE 39     (39 of 58 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 39     (39 of 58 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 5, 2001
 

Newspaper Archive of Feather River Bulletin produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




I~ressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001 EB Classmeds TABORSKI "PUBLISHER WISHING THEM THE BEST y's landmark businesses, Quincy Lumber and Supply, is closing its and Sue Buehler, owners and opera- store for the last 25 years, have decided to semi-retire so they can begin enjoying things life has to offer. enjoyed serving the community and be- Our store has played a major role in handling of our customers, but now it's time to with our lives," Sue said. They have de- a liquidation sale on all the merchan- fixtures in the building, (which begins to- and expect to have everything month. deeply appreciate the support our cus- friends have shown us over the years a f'mal clearance sale is just one of the can show our thanks, so be sure to come [take advantage of our close-out," Sue added. TO HAVE YOUR HOUDAY PARTY visit to the Greenhorn Creek Guest to see f' rsthand the many improvements to made by new owners Trish and Ralph conn'ms that this would be the perfect hold your holiday get-together. As Trish offer o1' fashioned hospitality, good with all the fLxins' and knee-slappin' in our dance hail and saloon." lations are available for those stay longer. The facility, located about east of Quincy off Highway 70 at Spring is open year-round for company retreats, reunions and other gatherings. SHIPPING SERVICE OFFERED IN QUINCY service is being offered at American Val- in the Plumas Pines Center in Owner Gary Vogt has signed up with a called Package Express, so they now of. services. "We will wrap, pack and :that can be carried by UPS. We also tracking, expedited delivery and insur- he said. Gary says a number of hiz have continually asked iflhey could .. his store, so now he also a good service for customers who in our circulars or on-line catalog but it to the store." THE LESS FORTUNATE couple of area businesses that are part to help the less fortunate this holi- Greenville Auto Parts owners Matt Olson want to help fill the shelves at the l Valley Food Pantry, so they are offering a on purchases made by anyone who two or more cans of food. and Kathy Alvarez are helping the Toys program by offering their customers a $3 on large and extra large pizzas when they an unwrapped toy to their business, Table Pizza in Quincy. OUINCY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Quincy Chamber of Commerce just sponsored Business Summit 2001. Ap- proximately 40 local business people were in attendance. This, our third annual sum- mit, is a meeting designed to identify and discuss issues that effect commerce in Quin- cy and the American Valley. The main goal for the cham- ber is to leave the meeting with a bundle of commerce issues that impact the major- ity of our local businesses. We then develop action state- ments on the issues and move forward with a plan that can resolve the issue, whatever it might be. After my thoughtful and stimulating "state of the chamber" address, we pre- sented the status of action items developed from last year's summit. And, speaking on behalf of the chamber, we did a good job resolving those issues identified last year. Guest speakers included Stanley Young, who spoke on the status of the proposed Spanish Creek Golf Course. Scott McCallum, of the Mc- Callum Consulting Group, presented an insightful pro- gram on group marketing strategies. Janice Trueblood, of the Alliance for Workforce Development, outlined the services offered by AWD to assist local employers in a Photo by Rhonda Balkovek His love for classic cars and trucks makes this new auto detailing business a natural for Richard Bau- com. From his East Quincy location next to Shade- tree Auto, Rich offers services that include complete auto detailing inside and out. He also offers pres- sure en ne washing. He has lived in Quincy for five years; prior to that, he lived in Portola, where he served as a volunteer fireman. Stock Up FOR THE SEASON ']'his ycar, givc a I)rc~m with a lhmrc, a high~luality hwcst,||c||t fro|n I,Mwanl Jones. "l']lcrc's ,,~)mct hing Ibr c~cryonc on your list - stocks, Ixm(ls, mutual funds and much more. Cag or stop by today to wrap up the detallsl Steve King EdwardJones 546 Lawrence St., Placer Square. Quincy 800-995-0253 (530)283.-4061 s.~,~a.~.,..sN.~ variety of ways. We thank these contribu- tors for helping us conduct a successful summit. Setting goals and objectives, then nurturing and growing our business community are es- sential components of a healthy local economy. The Quincy Chamber of Commerce, our board of di- rectors and our membership are "charged" with the duty to address local economic is- sues that affect our ability to prosper. In our so-called time of eco- nomic uncertainty, or at any time, who but the business community itself is going to take charge of our destiny? Who is in the best position to influence and change things at the local level to maximize our potential? We have no city council or mdyor to go to. Perhaps we should have? There are day-to-day re- quirements to sustain and op- erate our businesseto make a profit. There are short- and long-term goals that we set and measure. With an entire group of businesses, Quincy businesses, we can achieve goals and successes that per- haps no single business can on its own. Clearly, the business sum- mit was and is a successful service to our members. This is just one of the benefits of membership. Call us to see what else you are missing: 283-1112. We hope that you can come out and enjoy some of the up- coming holiday festivities in Quincy. Meanwhile, we wish you a healthy and prosperous holiday season. Peace of mind doesn't have to cost a lot. That's A/lied's Premier Service commitment to you. When you insure your home with Allied, we offer you... Money-saving discounts 24 hour a day, 7 day a week claim reporting Fast, fair claim service To learn more, call us today. Chris Jones Uc. # 0A55766 Higll Sierra insurance Ser~ces, Chester 800-468-1233 530-258-3477 Kirk Lambert Uc. # 0498874 Lambe~ & ~ insurance Se~es, Foam 888-251-5512 530-832-5512 Allied Insurance mem~4)~ of Nitlonwide Insu~mnco OF GIVING on a tradition started by his father many Mohawk Trading Co. owner John Pa- lS giving away three turkeys each week Eve. Stop by his Greenville bus/- your free ticket and check the posted list of to see if it's your lucky day! HOUSE THURSDAY Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) You to their holiday open house tomorrow, Dec. 6, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., at their Street offices. Sl~p I~t~ ~,, IO-7, "~ke week =fill tO .,v.6p a BEWARE OF TAX SCAMS investors usually know that any investment deal that too good to be true probably is. But many thousands of falling for phony tax shelter seams currently being to the unwary by e-mail and over the Interact. Watch ~ost common seam supposedly enables an owner to retain while avoiding all taxes. It uses a series of arrangements supposedly moving into one trust, then siphoning it off into another to tax liability, then involving another trust to own the residence and even pay all of the family's medical and The schemes are completely illegal. Seams induce employers to stop withholding from pay and telling employees they don't have to report promise tax-avoidance by sending money overseas up so-called charities to support themselves. .taxpayers depend on experts they know and trust. Before tnto a tax-avoidance scheme, check it out with us at: That's fight. Just give us a call and we'll switch your checking or savings account right over the phone. Even your direct deposits and automatic payments! Then we'll bring the forms out to your home, ranch or business for you to sign. And we'll even give you a free order of checks--just for giving Plumas Bank a try. Why? Because we understand you have a lot of other things to do. Like earning a living or helping your kids with homework. And we truly believe that after a few months with Plumas Bank, you'll never want to bank anywhere else. So pick up the phone and call us today. Or drop in to your local Plumas Bank office. Striped suit optional. WWW. PLUMAsBANK.COM 307 W. Main '- 283.0680 , ?