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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 27, 2013 BUSINESS AND CLAS5;IFIEDS MIKE TABORSKI Publisher 0000BU_SINESS SCENE GAS DISCOUNTS SHOPPING AT SAFEWAY Shop at Safeway using your Safeway Club Card and now earn reward points that will save you up to 20 cents a gallon on gas purchased at Chevron. Quincy store manager Toni Thomas says the points are easy to earn and easy to use at the Quin- cy Chevron station or any other participating Chevron station. Grab a brochure that explains this offer next time you are shopping at Safeway. CHESTER STORE OFFERS UPS SHIPPING Susan Bryner and Dawn Gray, co-owners of Books & Beyond in Chester, have added yet a new meaning to "beyond." The store is now an autho- rized UPS shipping outlet. "As we approach our 10- year anniversary, we see the need to expand the type of services that we offer our local community So, to our traditional retail inventory, art gallery and dry-cleaning services we have added shipping, copy and print services and public computer ac- cess," Susan said. NEW HOURS, BEER AND WINE TO COME Miriam Marquez, owner of the Plumas Cafe in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy, has extend- ed the dinner hours. The breakfast and lunch restau- rant now serves until 8 p.m. Monday - Friday and un- til 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday Miriam adds that she will have her beer and wine license soon. AND THE WINNER IS... Carol and Brad at the Chester Old Town Caf6 held a 're you smarter than a meteorologist?"- contest last week. Suzie LaGroue, of Chester, was the closest to predicting what the weather, temper- ature and winds would be on March 20, the first day of spring, winning lunch for two. REALTOR JOINS SIERRA DESTINATION Kimberly Buckhout has joined Carol Yeater at Sierra Destination Realty in Clio as a Realtor associate. She re- cently completed the required training to obtain the certified distressed prop- erties expert designation. Kim is con- fident her timing with this certifica- tion is crucial in a market where anx- gimberly Butkout iOUS homeowners have received a barrage of infor- mation that she says is at times inconsistent and inaccurate. She can be reached at 616-1448. COSMETOLOGIST JOINS T'TOWN SALON Kristy Brown, owner of Main Street Salon in downtown Taylorsville, is pleased to welcome Michelle Greco to her salon. Michelle, a longtime resident of Plumas County, graduated from De- Loux Beauty College in Reno and has nine years of experience as a cosmetologist. She does hair styling, manicures and pedicures. FITNESS CENTER STAFF ADDITIONS Matt Maumoynier and Carrie Warren are now as- sociated with the Lake Almanor Fitness Center in Chester as personal fitness trainers. Dave Alcorn is available as a free-weight strength training coach and will be happy to share his expertise with LAFC members. Krista Norris, a professional line dance instructor, offers group line dancing on Thursday evenings. She will alternate with their current in- structors, Carol Morgenroth and Karyn Merriman. NEW EYE TREATMENT PRODUCTS The gals from Great Northern Hair Co. in Quincy recently participated in an online training seminar for the new Dermalogica eye treatment products. The ladies learned all about four special- ized products idealfor any skin condition: skin ag- ing, age reversal for advanced smoothing, a cream for those dark circles and another cream to help reduce those fine dehydration lines. They can help you determine which treatments are ideal for your skin condition. Business Scene continued next column Edward Jones . WHEN WILL YOU START SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS7 " Good things come to those who wait: someone who starts collecting Social Security benefits at age 70 gets 76 percent more a month than he or she would have gotten at 62. You can collect at age 62, but you'll get 25 percent less each month than if you waited until full retirement age -- 65 for those born before 1943, 66 for those born between 1943 and 1954 and 67 for those younger. Wait even longer, and there's a bonus: an 8-percent delayed retirement credit for each year up to age 70. Married couples have options involving spousal benefits, generally half of the other spouse's benefits. A lower-earning spouse can claim benefits at 66, say, while the other spouse collects spousal benefits. Then they switch. When the higher-earning spouse starts collecting on his or her earnings at age 70, the benefits are markedly higher-- and so are the spousal benefits for the other. What's right for your pocketbook and your health? Talk it over with the money people at 307 W. Main St., Quincy * 283-0680 NOT TO GO UNNOTICED... Kent Grammer, Valerie Grammer and Kurt Grammer celebrate their fourth anniversary this month as owners of the -- we toss 'em, they're awe- some- Pizza Factory in Portola. You'll find them located downtown on Commercial Street. Kent said they've learned a lot about the business and their customers and are thrilled to be an inte- gral part of the community and its school pro- grams. Bucks Lake Lodge owners Rebecca Guereque and Louis, Louie and Luz Gutierrez are celebrating their sixth anniversary Hats off to the families for having the fortitude to rebuild the his- toric lodge -- which, in case you haven't heard, is now open -- after the tragic fire in 2010 took the lodge, their home and all their belongings. Open in Greenville Suzanne Hamar has opened the General Store on Crescent Street in Greenville. It's a variety store offering brand name work clothes for loggers, construction and restaurant workers and medical and dental professionals, including scrubs. Suzanne, a 14-year resident, also stocks work boots and shoes, kitchenware and an assortment of new and used household item along with sewing machine needles and threads. She hopes to create a co-op at the store for additional businesses and is organizing a bi-monthly swap market with arts and crafts street vendors. Photo by Valorie Chisholm Easter Hop on Down ! - Find everything you need for all your Baskets[ tationers: '3 Main Street, Quincy, CA95971: Mon-Fri 9i30amS:30pm Auto repair shop opens Michael Godby has opened an automotive repair shop at 2115 E. Main St. in East Quincy called Mikey's Automotive. His services include complete computerized diagnostics. From oil changes to transmission repairs, Mike says he can do most any repair on cars and light trucks. He also works on snowmobiles and heavy equipment. He moved here from Las Vegas three years ago and has been in the repair business for two years. Photo by Kay Moss RETIR MENT: SOME DECISIONS ARE SIMPLE To learn how consolidating your accounts to Edward Jones could help give you the retirement you want, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 [ 1 1 Illllllll[[ II II IIIIII I lUllllluuul 00iii:00 ii: Real Estate Sales ~ Vacation Rentals Our real estate market is gaining momentum. If you are ready to buy or sell, please give us a call today. Free market evaluation Experienced friendly sales team Free home warranty with every purchase Two Office Locations to Serve You 452 Peninsula Drive (530) 596-3303 Phone: 119 Main Street, Chester L i00ll .  DRE License #01237446 I today /