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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 17, 2010 5B Real estate company su(:q:essful through hard times BUSINESS PRUDENTIAL LAKE ALMANOR REAL ESTATE M. Kate West Chester Editor chesternews@plumasnews.com "While the economy in gen- eral offers a bit of a challenge, we have been fortunate. We have sold enough property and worked with enough buy- ers and sellers to keep things moving," said Prudential Lake Almanor Real Estate broker-owner Wendi Durkin. She attributed the continu- ing success of the firm to an overall team effort. "It stems from the people working here. I think we have the best agents in the Basin working together," she added. She said" another factor to that success is knowledge and love of the area. "We each have the technical ability, but most of all we have a love of the area. You just don't do as well if you don't believe in what you're selling," she said. Looking back She said the business was originally named Bailey Creek Properties because of the family's development business. "We built at the Clifford Drive location about four years ago to put a footprint in the Basin, and we made the decision to go with a national name to solidify that foot- print," she said. "Because our name was Bailey Creek, people thought that was our market base. We sell properties throughout Plumas County; by changing our name we could help peo- ple to understand we could help them buy or sell property in Westwood or anywhere else," Durkin said. She said Prudential, in ad- dition to selling anything from vacant land to lakefront, golf course or commercial, al- so specializes in property management. "We handle rentals and help introduce people to the community. We are easily recognized by our golfer out front," she said. Looking forward Durkin said Prudential would continue marketing ef- forts to bring people to Lake Almanor. "We want to help people learn to love Lake Almanor. It's a place where people want to come back to and enjoy," she said. She also spoke about the many people who originally traveled here with their par- ents. "These are friends who become clients -- we hope they come back and bring Wendi Durkin is the broker-owner of Prudential Lake Almanor Real Estate, on Clifford Drive, just before the entrance to Bailey Creek Golf Course. Photo by M. Kate West Advertisin00 works! M! CASITA MEXICAN RESTAURANT 686 Main Street, Chester, CA 530-258-1879 Claudie Marquez, Flabio Pacheco and Elizabeth Marquez. Since starting our new advertising campaign, that we are now serving our delicious breakfast menu on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the response has been outstanding and we've had a great turnout for breakfast. We want to thank our customers as well as the Chester Progressive for making our breakfast turnout so successful. Sincerely, The Marquez family 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 283-0800 135 Main Street, Chester, CA 258-3115 RECOR33 Greenville, CA 258-3115 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA 257-5321 000000We,twood P00.eP,e. Ll'OlffOU II00OllTn P.O. BOX 790, Westwood, CA 258-3115 133 W. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA 832-4646 jobs for the people who live here," she added. In addition to being in- volved with the youth activi- ties of the Chester High School Booster Club and PTA, Durkin also coaches girls' basketball and volunteers as the player agent for Chester taken on the leadership role Little League. as chairman. Durkin is also very in- As to life in the Lake A1- volved with critical issues fac- ' manor Basin Durkin said, "I. ing the community, especially am fortunate enough to be the grassroots effort "Save able to live here with my fam- Lake Almanor." Active since fly. It's a conscious choice and its inception, she has since I feel pretty lucky." Prudential - Lake Almanor Real Estate 289 Clifford Drive, North Lake Almanor Oct 1 - April 30 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. May 1 - Sept 30 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. prudentiallakealmanor.com 259-5687 866-228-5687 Rare wolverine sighted in area Sierra Pacific Industries announced Jan. 22 that company biologists have reported camera sightings of a rare North American wolverine (Gulo gulo) on the company's forestlands in Sierra County. The sightings follow wolverine sightings in 2008 and 2009 in the same general area. Markings on the furbearer indicate it is likely the same animal. From the previous sightings, DNA extracted from hair samples collected at photo stations by Dr. Michael Schwartz at the U.S. Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Research Station concluded the wolverine is not a descendent of the last known southern Sierra Nevada population. Based on analysis of its DNA, it most closely resembles genetic types found throughout the northern Rocky Mountains. The wolverine detections were made using movement-operated cameras as part of SPI's ongoing comprehensive wildlife monitoring program. The sightings occurred on the company's forestlands in early January northwest of Truckee. These lands have been privately owned since the 1860s and have produced forest products since the 1930s. The most recent harvest in the area occurred in 2008. For a video of the sighting, visit spi-ind.com. Photo submitted FRF00 I00ONI00ERT MARCH 27, 2010 AT 2:00 P.M. TOWN HALL THEATRE With more than 3 million reGording00 sold to dat00, G_re00g & 8tore are the number-one selling children's music duo in the country. It's easy to see why -- their singable lyrics and catchy melodies are set to a contemporary beat. Their motto is "Educate, Moti- vate, Enrich, and Entertain." And, that they do!! Parents and teachers alike find Greg & Steve's tunes a fun way to teach chil- dren basic concepts such as colors and numbers as well as friendship and cooperation. 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