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12A Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010 Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress 6 Months Financing, NO INTEREST IF PAID IN PULL WITHIN 6 MONTHS. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS RIEQUIRIED, OAC Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date. If the purchase balance is not paid in full within 6 months or if you make a late payment, interest will be charged on the total purchase. Lay-away with 25% down and bank cards welcome! i lIVERY I.A-Z-BOY, LANE, BEST, FLEXSTEEL AND ASHLEY REOLINER IN STOCK IS 8AJI.E PiRICED! EXAMPLE OF &amp;AVINGS: Best Push Button Power Rocker/Re;diar Reg. 659. Starting at 6ifi )BBINS H01 Chair -- _=;, r'rll t,:,", w/Dr"UwaS'es| JL i Tabie0ak Reg. 209.  II |J Cherry w/Slate e.J.lnlm |lJlJB I,,=n,,... Reg. 79. Weg. 89. 20 Styles of in-Stock Mattresses On Sale! Featuring Chablis, 10" Thick Luxury Firm, 10 Yr Warranty Twin ............................................. .,,  set Full ............................................... ,, 3W, set ..... Queenl .........................................  4set :' King .............................................  tset V# UP  70%, OFF 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE 257-7788 * CA uc 448528 Grill to host senior benefit M. Kate West Chester Editor chesternews@plumasnews.com Gamboni's Peninsula Grill on the Lake Almanor Penin- sula is hosting a one evening change from its regular menu of gourmet foods to oils, pastels and other fine arts. This special evening will take place Tuesday, Nov. 16, from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. The purpose of the special evening that celebrates the arts is to raise funds to support the senior citizen ac- tivity program at Wildwood Village. Spearheading the event is Gamboni's employee and artist Mary Austin who paints every Tuesday with the Wildwood seniors. Sharing about her weekly experience she said, "While participation in the arts is really great for these 85- to 90- year-olds, I am so inspired by them." Austin said a $10 donation for the evening would pro- vide guests viewings of the seniors' arts and crafts and accompanying biographies, delightful appetizers and a silent auction of items con- tributed by local artists and merchants. Among the senior artists are Beverly Kelley, Ida Shumate, Carolyn Caton, Helen Sourer, Barbara Dean and Jean Genevieve. Kim James, Heather Greene Upton, Deb Groesser, Ginger Stratford and Betty Bishop are among the partici- pating professional artists. For more information call Mary Austin at 596-3538. Invest in PLUMAS COUNTY TTI  in St., %usanvllle i um mini m m m m m www,sierratheatreand uptowncinemas.com Aft films are ! subject to change I Discount Matinees  I Sat. & Sun, plus Thurs. I & Fri., 11111 & 11112 I iThurs., 11/11 only I i Sierra Theatre: i PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 (R): Uptown Cinemas: SAW VII SECRETARIAT I LIFE AS WE KNOW IT I Held over I Sierra Theatre: iMEGAMIND <./ I (PG) (PG-13) II 1 (PG) II Uptown Cinemas: RED (PG-13) DUE DATE (R) I iStarts Friday, 11/12 .= Sierra Theatre: II HEREAFTER (PG-13) i | Uptown Cinemas: I |SKYLINE (PG-13) i |UNSTOPPABLE (PG-13) I |Starting Friday, 11/19 i | with a midnight show I I (Thursday night 11/18) ISierra Theatre: i HARRY POTrER AND THE IOEATHLYNALLOWS (PG-3)I II Coming Soon' |MORNING GLORY (PG-13) Movie gift cards i also available at | Margle's BookNook. I,-- m--..---- -- i d