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PinePress Tuesday, July 18, 2000 Area Classifieds iolies 257-5321 ENTRIES AVAILABLE LOCATIONS IN SUSANVILLE which will get you into the Great Susan c Derby 2000 are available at Tri Counties Bank, US Bank The Bootery, Plumas Bank, Computers, Century 21 Cottage Realty, Hardware, Robbins House of and Davie, Payless Lumber and the They can also be purchased from member. in this year's derby is a 2000 Toyota Tundra extended cab. It has a value of $30,000. 10 derby entries will be entered in a addition to the race for the truck. blue duck race is a 14-foot Gregor with 20 hp Evinrude motor and trailer - a prize in the blue duck race is $2,000 for with your choice of destination. Prizes will be awarded in the regular duck t certificates, a side of beef, ear rings, restaurants and much more. Only 3,000 ducks Ls year's race, so don't delay, get your BE 6-GUNS AT HIGH NOON, IS A CHALLENGE of Chuck's Railroad Room has been to a horseshoe tournament by Carol's House. the following teams to join in the Mustangs of the Lassen Club, . Way Station and Gino's Geldings be negotiated, but Chuck wants to remind has horseshoe pits in his back yard beer ADDED AT MORTGAGE COMPANY Mortgage welcomes a new mortgage Nino. ; a real estate agent for 10 years and spent two in Reno. He moved to Susanville to roots. Originally from Alturas, he claims to boy who's been in the city too long. handles loans throughout Lassen, Plumas STILL BEING to enter :to win a free Sixth Celebration. COtter says she's as her way You to her support. Will be held at Mt. Lassen new Darrellyne course events 9 Don't miss Saturday's fair parade Let's all head on down to tie Lassen County Fair this week where the whole family can enjoy a week full of entertainment, rides, exhibits and more. The Chamber will be organizing the Lassen County Fair Parade, which will take place Saturday, July 22, at 10 a.m. Gather your family and friends and line up along Main Street to watch the best parade ever! If you haven't already made reservations for the Girl Friday Lunch at the Fairgrounds this Friday, call the Chamber office ASAP! You are all encouraged to bring your Girl Friday to the fairgrounds and enjoy the special luncheon and program, which will take place at noon your grandstand tickets. Fairgrounds. Open classes Remember, a pre-sale include; working cow horse, grandstand show ticket gets trail and Western pleasure. An Update yOU into the fairgrounds for event schedule and entry form free! can be picked up at The The city of Susanville will Pardner or Typing and host a sanctioned quarter Temporaries. You also may  horse show July 28 through 30 call 257-1031 for more , at the Lassen County information. Year will be named. , _,_ Have you ever been to a local ranch rodeo? Well, next Saturday, July 22, you have the chance to watch our local ranch hands compete in what they do best! Enjoy the Ranch Rodeo at the fairgrounds in the north arena from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission to the rodeo is (Currently Ernest & dessies - Coffee & free. To add to the excitement, the Chamber will host a Mixer Ceramics) and Outback Steakhouse will Prime Location: serve barbecue lunches from noon to 6 p.m. at the north Corner of Feather River Dr. & Main St. on the grandstand lawn. At arena this luncheon, Lassen Be sure and stop by or call County's Girl Friday of the the fair office at 2574104 for Clean Sweep Award Ph0lo by wood'/M0[gar. HUSA Director Lilllan Koppelman, left, presents the Clean Sweep Award to Edith Schwirian, owner of Schwirian Jewlers in Susanville. included in the pre- sentation was George Schwidan. New business Photo by Eiteen Majors April Heaithcare, the nation's largest provider of home medical and respiratory equipment, has opened an office at 1445 paul Bunyan Road, Suite C. Staffing the new office are: from left Victoria Coret- to-Slotto, RN, branch manager; Alison Murray, RCP, CRT, division clinical manager; Richard Corona, PST; Jessica Papenhauseu, RCP, CRT, clinical account specialist; and Joy yoesie, customer service repre- sentative. Career guidance available Career Development Semi- nars are one of the newest of- ferings at Lassen Career Net- work. They are designed to help people determine which occupations will be a good match for them. Seminars are offered each month. For more information on the Career Development Semi- nars, or other workforce relat- ed issues call LCN at 257-5057. Suitable for: Retail, Professional Offices, Medical, Dental, Restaurant, etc. Available: September, 2000 3% to Cooperating Brokers I ooms21S ,OUm- COTTAGE has 2 boO- r 2 ttS at an eodra room lttat can Jacu tub,  kitchen, lees, rt views. 3 car garage w a stP. All on 1 ql acre. A ,eat tr, at ....... ' .odegesvcom 2301 Main St., Sulanville 708-789 Sunnyside RcL, Janesville Remember The Good Old 'Just last of the and ; on Main call House on has 14 Years at the John in tn WOn art awesome Thurs., July 27, 2000 t.00 - 4:00 pm ' 17-4:0 Main Street Susanville 'l'hc program i.,, free. but ..,,.ati,g i,, limih.(I. 'lb r....crc our .-cat. ()r for more information- ! )h'ac COnlavl thi . ol'lh'e .-oon. ou nna abo a..k to ,',' a lal)C of thi pro- gl'llll. ere& 1740 Main eel, 5ite g , CA ;.o Bm 530-27-0470 Fox 27-3941 800-75-7478 .di.m Edward Jones Seing Individual lnvegor Since t87z i When your local banker was as flexible as plumas Bank's new CD? When you don't know whether rates So what is this new FLEX rate? It's the Three Month Treasury are going up or down, you. , 'i ,o.,.ot to oo u,,o., 6.400000 money in a Certificate of | Another benefit of a FLEX Deposit  unless, of| CD N that you n add to it at come, it's Plumas Bank's | any time---in any amount: new FLEX CD. | So bring $ 5,OOO or more w With a one year FLEX CD | your localPlumas Bank bank- ers before July 31 st and let them show you me rate changes with the market every banking can be. month so you never get left behind, just how flexible PLUMAS 00BANK Aitural Porlola Sunvllle W Greenville "Local people serving local needs" Fall River Mills one ea CDs Rates ate set weeidy (on Fridays) based on the prior TaefineL,.s" t: RJ CDshaveatermofoneyeandthenxedus.14, ' Y nd " nu ttl Oneamon amwersary, therate Street ournal 3.momh T-ai ra ere s a three J . . amnta an accoumtS SS,[X) 1"1 nt d  . . teld ofted betweerlJuly L4 . DO)adJuJY wthdrawaLs prior to mamn. AF shown Is the   e PinePress Tuesday, July 18, 2000 Area Classifieds iolies 257-5321 ENTRIES AVAILABLE LOCATIONS IN SUSANVILLE which will get you into the Great Susan c Derby 2000 are available at Tri Counties Bank, US Bank The Bootery, Plumas Bank, Computers, Century 21 Cottage Realty, Hardware, Robbins House of and Davie, Payless Lumber and the They can also be purchased from member. in this year's derby is a 2000 Toyota Tundra extended cab. It has a value of $30,000. 10 derby entries will be entered in a addition to the race for the truck. blue duck race is a 14-foot Gregor with 20 hp Evinrude motor and trailer - a prize in the blue duck race is $2,000 for with your choice of destination. Prizes will be awarded in the regular duck t certificates, a side of beef, ear rings, restaurants and much more. Only 3,000 ducks Ls year's race, so don't delay, get your BE 6-GUNS AT HIGH NOON, IS A CHALLENGE of Chuck's Railroad Room has been to a horseshoe tournament by Carol's House. the following teams to join in the Mustangs of the Lassen Club, . Way Station and Gino's Geldings be negotiated, but Chuck wants to remind has horseshoe pits in his back yard beer ADDED AT MORTGAGE COMPANY Mortgage welcomes a new mortgage Nino. ; a real estate agent for 10 years and spent two in Reno. He moved to Susanville to roots. Originally from Alturas, he claims to boy who's been in the city too long. handles loans throughout Lassen, Plumas STILL BEING to enter :to win a free Sixth Celebration. COtter says she's as her way You to her support. Will be held at Mt. Lassen new Darrellyne course events 9 Don't miss Saturday's fair parade Let's all head on down to tie Lassen County Fair this week where the whole family can enjoy a week full of entertainment, rides, exhibits and more. The Chamber will be organizing the Lassen County Fair Parade, which will take place Saturday, July 22, at 10 a.m. Gather your family and friends and line up along Main Street to watch the best parade ever! If you haven't already made reservations for the Girl Friday Lunch at the Fairgrounds this Friday, call the Chamber office ASAP! You are all encouraged to bring your Girl Friday to the fairgrounds and enjoy the special luncheon and program, which will take place at noon your grandstand tickets. Fairgrounds. Open classes Remember, a pre-sale include; working cow horse, grandstand show ticket gets trail and Western pleasure. An Update yOU into the fairgrounds for event schedule and entry form free! can be picked up at The The city of Susanville will Pardner or Typing and host a sanctioned quarter Temporaries. You also may  horse show July 28 through 30 call 257-1031 for more , at the Lassen County information. Year will be named. , _,_ Have you ever been to a local ranch rodeo? Well, next Saturday, July 22, you have the chance to watch our local ranch hands compete in what they do best! Enjoy the Ranch Rodeo at the fairgrounds in the north arena from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission to the rodeo is (Currently Ernest & dessies - Coffee & free. To add to the excitement, the Chamber will host a Mixer Ceramics) and Outback Steakhouse will Prime Location: serve barbecue lunches from noon to 6 p.m. at the north Corner of Feather River Dr. & Main St. on the grandstand lawn. At arena this luncheon, Lassen Be sure and stop by or call County's Girl Friday of the the fair office at 2574104 for Clean Sweep Award Ph0lo by wood'/M0[gar. HUSA Director Lilllan Koppelman, left, presents the Clean Sweep Award to Edith Schwirian, owner of Schwirian Jewlers in Susanville. included in the pre- sentation was George Schwidan. New business Photo by Eiteen Majors April Heaithcare, the nation's largest provider of home medical and respiratory equipment, has opened an office at 1445 paul Bunyan Road, Suite C. Staffing the new office are: from left Victoria Coret- to-Slotto, RN, branch manager; Alison Murray, RCP, CRT, division clinical manager; Richard Corona, PST; Jessica Papenhauseu, RCP, CRT, clinical account specialist; and Joy yoesie, customer service repre- sentative. Career guidance available Career Development Semi- nars are one of the newest of- ferings at Lassen Career Net- work. They are designed to help people determine which occupations will be a good match for them. Seminars are offered each month. For more information on the Career Development Semi- nars, or other workforce relat- ed issues call LCN at 257-5057. Suitable for: Retail, Professional Offices, Medical, Dental, Restaurant, etc. Available: September, 2000 3% to Cooperating Brokers I ooms21S ,OUm- COTTAGE has 2 boO- r 2 ttS at an eodra room lttat can Jacu tub,  kitchen, lees, rt views. 3 car garage w a stP. All on 1 ql acre. A ,eat tr, at ....... ' .odegesvcom 2301 Main St., Sulanville 708-789 Sunnyside RcL, Janesville Remember The Good Old 'Just last of the and ; on Main call House on has 14 Years at the John in tn WOn art awesome Thurs., July 27, 2000 t.00 - 4:00 pm ' 17-4:0 Main Street Susanville 'l'hc program i.,, free. but ..,,.ati,g i,, limih.(I. 'lb r....crc our .-cat. ()r for more information- ! )h'ac COnlavl thi . ol'lh'e .-oon. ou nna abo a..k to ,',' a lal)C of thi pro- gl'llll. ere& 1740 Main eel, 5ite g , CA ;.o Bm 530-27-0470 Fox 27-3941 800-75-7478 .di.m Edward Jones Seing Individual lnvegor Since t87z i When your local banker was as flexible as plumas Bank's new CD? When you don't know whether rates So what is this new FLEX rate? It's the Three Month Treasury are going up or down, you. , 'i ,o.,.ot to oo u,,o., 6.400000 money in a Certificate of | Another benefit of a FLEX Deposit  unless, of| CD N that you n add to it at come, it's Plumas Bank's | any time---in any amount: new FLEX CD. | So bring $ 5,OOO or more w With a one year FLEX CD | your localPlumas Bank bank- ers before July 31 st and let them show you me rate changes with the market every banking can be. month so you never get left behind, just how flexible PLUMAS 00BANK Aitural Porlola Sunvllle W Greenville "Local people serving local needs" Fall River Mills one ea CDs Rates ate set weeidy (on Fridays) based on the prior TaefineL,.s" t: RJ CDshaveatermofoneyeandthenxedus.14, ' Y nd " nu ttl Oneamon amwersary, therate Street ournal 3.momh T-ai ra ere s a three J . . amnta an accoumtS SS,[X) 1"1 nt d  . . teld ofted betweerlJuly L4 . DO)adJuJY wthdrawaLs prior to mamn. AF shown Is the   e