Newspaper Archive of
Indian Valley Record
Greenville, California
April 4, 2012     Indian Valley Record
PAGE 25     (25 of 36 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 25     (25 of 36 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 4, 2012

Newspaper Archive of Indian Valley Record produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 4, 2012 BUSINESS, CLASSIFIEDS AND SPORTS Edward Jones M,.00TABO.SK, ii Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com BUSINESS SCENE TWO APRIL 1 OPENINGS... Anderson's Garden Center in downtown Blairsden opened April I for its 18th season. Mike and Heather have a complete garden center includ- ing flowers and offer landscaping consulting. Graeagle Millworks also opened April I for the season. Owners Tim and Cathy Kurdupski have become well known for their coffees, teas, soups and sandwiches. ON THE MOVE IN CHESTER... Amanda Hosman is pleased to announce the re- location of her beautiful new salon, Amanda's Hair & Nails, to 328 Main St. in Chester. Amanda prides herself on offering a truly upscale, positive salon experience that will have you looking and feeling your best. "Your appearance is my highest priority," she said. It's open Wednesday through Saturday with special appointments available. Right next to Amanda's is the newly located Gosney's Barber Shop. Owner Gina Gosney pro- vides traditional haircuts for men, women and children. Her shop offers a comfortable atmos- phere supplemented with warm, friendly service. ' EJ's Quality Door has moved to a new lo- cation in Chester, 604 Main St., Suite B, next to A1- manor Flooring. Eric Joa offers interior and exte- rior door installation sales, service and repairs since 2007. That includes the necessary hardware, keys and locks. Eric also installs and repairs auto- matic garage doors. Jason and Elizabeth Smith, owners of Pe- terson Glass- The Imagination Company are open for business at their new location at 419 Peninsula Drive, Lake Almanor. They are a full service glass company for new and repairs on resi- dential, commercial and auto glass. New services include home window cleaning and vehicle head- light restoration that takes off the yellow tinge on the outside of the headlights. OUR CONTINUED BEST WISHES... David Price Jeweler in Chester is celebrating its 32nd anniversary. Owners David and Florence Price tell us they have enjoyed the jewelry bust-" ness and "you have to change with the times but " diamonds are timeless," said DaVid: They have added "rhythm" clocks, pewter and lotsof gift items for that special gift-giving occasion. They al- so take items on consignment and David said he will offer you cash for any unwanted gold jewelry. Ken Anthony is celebrating his fifth an- niversary this month with the Twenty Garage in Chester. Besides being a full service automotive re- pair center for foreign and domestic cars and light trucks using state-of-the-art computer diagnostics and ASE certified technicians, Ken also does smog checks and certifications. =" No foolin'! Bob and Cheryl Reinitz, owners of Forest Stationers, celebrated their 16th an- niversary on April Fool's Day, April 1st. Besides a office supply and equipment store, it is a excep- tionally well-stocked gift store. They carry such a wide variety of carefully selected items, there is absolutely no doubt you will be able to find that perfect gift for that special occasion. i Another anniversary in this month: Norm and Jeanne Brovelli with La Case Bella Fine Furnishings in Quincy, celebrating their seventh year. They offer an extensive inventory of indoor and outdoor furniture, lamps, mattresses and bed- ding, walt decorations and much more! Linda Rutherford is beginning her sixth year at Dr. Gregory Sawyer's East Quincy office as a registered and certified dental assistant. Lin- da began her career in dentistry 30 years ago and said she continues to enjoy her chosen profession and working with patients. ALIMONY RULES No matter how divorcing couples split up their assets, they need to follow government roles regarding who pays what to whom and how it is taxed. Generally, the person who pays alimony deducts the amount from income; the spouse who gets it is taxed on the money. To qualify as alimony, the payments must be in cash or to the benefit of the spouse or former spouse. The payments must be made pursuant to a decree of divorce or separate maintenance; that decree may not say that the payments are not alimony. The spouses may not be members of the same household when payments are made. More: there shall be no liability to make these payments after the death of the spouse or former spouse, and the payments may not be treated as child support or a property settlement. Dividing property pursuant in divorce planning, it's advisable to consider the after-tax value of the asset. A salable home, for instance, may be worth more than interest in a retirement account. Divorce almost always has financial ramifications. Consider them with the money people at: 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 " .oter Chamber n00'00;ds more volunteers CHAMBER. UPDATE KIM JAMES Chester-Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau "When life hands you lemons, make lemonade." We're making lemonade at the Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce! The county cut funding for tourism, so we have made some very creative budget adjustments just to stay vi. able. We moved to a new lo- cation (162 Main St.), when we discovered a suitable lo- cation with reduced rent. We're heating with a wood stove, using donated wood. We've reduced our phone lines to one (deleted the fax line, the roll-over line, and our 800 line). We don't have hot water, but we're making do. The visitors center hours have been reduced until we can find more volunteers to serve the visitors. The cham- ber is 99 percent volunteer based, coordinated by one paid employee. We are ac- tively seeking volunteers to help in the visitors center and with various events and committee work. We're proud that our chamber-sponsored events entice many ou>of-town visi- tors who stay and play, but we need help serving the needs of these visitors. We're specifically looking for help with events such as two big bike rides, June's Mile High 100 and September's Fall Century, as well as the annu- al May dinner, wine walks throughout the summer, the Fireworks Committee, the Fourth of July Parade (day before and day of), Septem- ber's Street Rod Extravagan- za, Merchants' Trick or Treat and Merchants' Christmas. Volunteering in the visi- tors center can be a reward- ing experience, plus you get to share your knowledge of our great community with all kinds of interesting and interested people. If any of these activities sound like something you'd like to do, call us at 258-2426. We have a couple of fun events on the horizon: the Annual Membership Dinner is May 17 and Carol's Annual Mixer is April 26. Make reservations soon for either or both of these online at lakealmanorarea.com under the events calendar, as they are both very popular events. Our calendar is a free promo- tional opportunity for the en- tire community; you do not have to be a chamber mem- ber to list your event. The earlier you list, the more peo- ple will see your event. Indi- an Valley is way ahead of us in getting their community organizations to list their events, although I'm sure the Almanor Basin will catch up soon. This is your chance to promote your event; take ad- vantage of it! Meet the new owner Tim Ringo purchased Bob's Janitorial & Carpet Cleaning from Iongtime owners Bob and Sally Bowen. Tim did carpet cleaning while in college and more recently sold his custom T-shirt business in Quincy. He said his emphasis is on providing complete janitorial services, but he also cleans carpets, upholstery, windows and hard floors. Tim also does flood damage mitigation. The 25-year resident and his wife, Kimberly, have one son, Jake, 5. Tim is a licensed pilot and enjoys flying in his spare time along with snow skiing and his ministry work with Jehovah's witnesses. The Bowens.haveoved to Ukiah. Photo by Bill Chesley ........ We can help you make your Easter baskets special! I| HAVING MORE RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS IS NOT THE SAME AS HAVING MORE MONEY. ,% To learn how consolidating your retirement accounts to Edward Jones could make sense for you, call today. Steven R King Financial Advisor www.edwardJones.com Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-4061 ONCE BOB AND LINDA ROULAND TELL YOU ABOUT ALL THE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE, YOU MIGHT WANT A WALLET-SIZED PHOTO. R O IJ i::: I L /I /t/ II / I / ?!ileal $ u u R ,4 I N C "Your billfold is about to get farter. Because not only will o photo of your favorite now insurance agent find a valued place In your wallet, the pictures of several presidents could as well. Formers agents llke us have access to more than 35 discounts, which means you could save money on a policy that's Just right for you. What's not to love? Contact us today, 1'hen grab some scissors. Your wallet will thank you." FA RM E RS" PO Box 425 / 6501min St, Chmter, CA 96020 Agent License Number: 0657918 Do you love your agent? 258-2218 or 800-254-2218 April 4, 2012 marks the 35th Anniversary far John's Automotive Electrical, proudly owned and operated by John L. Prinvale. Located in Quincy since 1992, John specializes in electrical systems for automobiles and trucks and is certified to work on ambulances, fire trucks, emergency vehicles, transit and school buses. John serves Plums, Sierra, and Lessen counties. John said "With the slate of the economy the way it is, more people are maintaining and repairing their vehicles insleod of buying new. I am in business for the long haul and am upfront and honest. I see many of my customers returning for other repair needs." John knows how important customer service is to the success of his business. He remarked, "Cathy Williams and her team have helped me come up with solutions during these difficult times. Plumes Bank has all the banking tools I need for my business to succeed!" To find out how Plumas Bank's personal approach to business banking can help your business, call us at 1.8ilII.3PLUMAS (375,8627), or ask John L Prinvale.