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Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001 I Area Classifieds TABORSKI PUBLISHER Our weather harsh? No way! 8 I just got back into town. Missed most of the big storm. ADMINISTRATOR AT SUNBRIDGE CARE I was in Redding for a grant , Barnes has been named the new administra- proposal training session. t SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation Cen- Amazing what you learn about your town when you Quincy. He has been in the long-term care start talking to people out- :ion business since 1995. With a degree side the area. therapy, R.J. started in 1990 work- Did you know that our the Veterans Administration in the Bay weather is "harsh"? The at acute hospitals and psychiatric wards. He trainer had heard that it was wife, Tami, and their two children will 12 degrees. He acted like he home in Quincy. wasn't sure that was possible. NEW YEAR'S EVE Irving, owner of Moons, the restau- somewhere in Quincy, says she will be for dinner on Monday, New Year's Eve. LOCATION FOR GREENVILLE AUTO SALES and Julie Neill, owners of Greenville Auto and Service, have relocated their business Greenville to Crescent Mills, across from the ANNIVERSARY NOTED month marks the five-year anniversary for the virtual guide to the town of and surrounding communities. Local master Michael Clawson says he looks for- to the next five years and beyond, with plans unique content, features and fun! CHRISTI JLS DINNER they did for Thanksgiving, Gould and Bev are a complimentary Christmas dinner at : Greenville establishment, The Waystation. be with your family on Christmas, be with ours," Gould said. The traditional r meal will be served Christmas Day from 2- CARE SPECIALIST JOINS PLEASURE ials to body wraps, skin care specialist O'KeUey says she does it an. And now, be doing it at Shear Pleasure in Quincy.. from Chester, Elizabeth pursued her ca- 'in the Bay Area and says she is glad to be back County. AND MASON ATTEND HAIR SHOW Northern Hair Co. partners JoAnn and GraceAnn Mason were at a seminar in , learning all about their new hair product called Keune. THEIR FIRST ANNIVERSARY Cafe owners Dutch and Kim Morri- celebrating their fh'st anniversary this as proprietors of this ever-popular break- and lunch eatery in downtown Quincy. Well, it is sunny and cold with gorgeous snow right now, and I would replace "harsh" with "beautiful." Did you know our roads are "twisty"? Oh, in compari- son with I-5? No,-they're "scenic." Heck, he was talk- ing about 36 to Susanville. I think 32 to Chico is the most wonderful drive there is. I hope everyone comes to visit our winter wonderland. Just drive carefully and dress warmly. Enjoy the snow and the hol- idays. I know I will. Did you finish your shopping yet? Get downtown and check out all of the fun stuff. m Photo by Sherri McConnell Comim~ back from a short, two-year retirement after a 30-year career with Pacific Bell, Jim Keenan has opened a new business called the Keenan Connec- Uon. He offars telephone system repairs and wirin intemat Jacks, satellite TV connections and more. He and his wife, April, and their three children have lived In Slant since 1977. We have a tot to be thankful for during the holidays because of you - our friends and neighbors. It is a pleasure to be part of this community. Enjoy the holiday season. Call or stop by today, Steve King 546 Lawrence St., Placer Square, Quincy 800-995-0253 . (530)2834061 .S~,~ l=th, t,t~ la,,mm Staee ~ 41 4l Bakery and Photo by Rhonda Batkovek Robert and Charlene Zube (left and center) have opened American Made, a dell and bakery on High- way 70 In East Quincy. Open from 4 a.m. to 5 p.m., they offer fresh donuts, breakfast beginning at B a.m. and lunch at 11 a.m. Born and raised in Greenville, Bob was a Bay Area police officer, retir- ing after 26 years of service. He had managed the Relay Station in Quincy for the last three years. Daughter Ranee (right) one of four grown children, will be belling in the business. Picture This... PREMIER SERVICE FOR YOUR HOME Your home is your most valuable asset. Let us protect it with homeowners insurance from Allied Insurance. Allied's commitment to Premier Service means you will enjoy,.. e Money-saving discounts 24 hour a day, 7day a week claim reporting - Fast, fair claim service To learn more, call us today. 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