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4A-Stray, Jan. 12, 2OO3 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sidney O SCU ;ure Gary Schoepp is now the solo owner of Action Auto. PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE owner O ion BY BILL VANDER WEELE Herald-Leader Gary Schoepp is now the sole owner of Action Auto, the DaimlerChrysler five-star dealership in Sidney. Schoepp and Jim Reichenbach had been co- owners and operators since purchasing the dealer- ship from George Swenson in 1982. "The opportunity presented itself to be the sole owner, and I said 'I do,'" Schoepp said. Little will change at the business. "The five-star philosophy will be our number one focus. In addition to making the sale, we will build lifelong relationships with our customers by taking care of them in the manner our customers expect, attention to the fine details." Schoepp said, "I enjoy working with people in "'I enjoy working with people in the ear business and living in eastern Montana." - Gary Schoepp the car business and living in eastern Montana." He has lived in Richland County since being a third-grade student. "This is home." BY BARB SEITZ Herald-Leader After relocating from Prunedale, Calf., Jaymi Mozeak made the entrepreneurial deci- sion to become a business owner. "We had plans of starting a business when we happened to come across a good opportuni- ty," Mozeak said. I I I "We had plans of start- ing a business when we happened to come across a good opportunity." - Jaymi Mozeak Ill II I Mozeak will become sole pro- prietor of the pet store Kritterz Too Wednesday. An initial change will be the name of the establishment to Corner Pet Store. Because animals have always been one of her passions, finding apet store for sale in Sidney was ideal. Mozeak said she and her mother relocated to the area because of population and to interact and live among "nicer people." She currently resides just outside of town and said things are going well for her. "I have always been interested in animals," Mozeak said. She plans to carry items similar to the current inventory, but said she plans to alter some feed products. "I plan to carry Nutro because there are no by-prod- ucts, its easily digested and pro- vides less waste." Although the Corner Pet Store will no longer carry kittens, Mozeak plans to stock all corn- Stockman Bank, Sidney, recently donated a metal sculp- ture, appraised at $34,000, to the Foundation for Community Care of Richland County. The sheepherder sculpture, located outside of the foundation building at 1405 Fourth St. SW, Sidney, is the second major con- tribution Stockman Bank has made to the Foundation for Community Care in the last year. In August, Stockman Bank made a $100,000 contribution by donating the building that now houses the foundation. Bob Goss, president of Stockman Bank Sidney, said, "We think the sculpture belongs with the build- ing. It's a landmark around Sid- ney, and we wanted them to stay together." Goss added, "The Foundation for Community Care plays a major role in providing Sidney and the surrounding trade area with quality health care. We are proud to support their cause and think it's imperative to have health care close to home to ensure our community's contin- ued growth." Judy Held, director of the Foundation for Community Care, said, "We are so pleased and grateful Stockman Bank chose to give the Pomeroy sculpture to us. Beyond the fact the building and the sculpture have been together for many years, the sculpture also illus- trates the Foundation for Com- munity Care's mission so well. Our purpose is to ensure a The sheepherder sculpture is Stockman Bank made to the Care. healthy future for the people of this area, to build a strong base of funds to protect us from loss III "We think the sculpture belongs with the building. It's a landmark around Sidney, and we wanted them to stay together." - Bob Goss of medical and health care serv- ices, much like the shepherd and his dog are there to protect and care for their flock." SUBt the second large Foundation for Held added, "Stockman and the Nefsy Foundation tribute hundreds of dollars every year to projects and or across Montana." Local Stockman Bank cials are also pleased donation. "The building and are the single largest gift man Bank has contril company's history. We ticularly proud that the community is the Goss said. passes BY BILL VANDER WEELE Herald-Leader Brenner, Averett & Co., P.C., now features three certified pub- lic accountants. Sarah Graves has worked for the firm, located at 121 S. Cen- tral Ave., for more. than two yearsl She received the results of her CPA exam in August. The Roundup native attended college at Montana State Uni- versity in Billings. Outside the office, Graves' interest is sports. She competed in cross country at MSU- Billings and served as an assis- tant coach in the sport for Sidney High School this fall. PHOTO BY BILL VANDER Sarah Graves of Brenner, Averett & Co., recently her certified public accountant exam. PHOTO BY BARB SEITZ Jaymi Mozeak will open the Investment workshops begin Thur Corner Pet Store Wednes- day. Enid Huotari, Edward Jones investment repre- income taxes, or maximizing your mon pet store merchandise and sentative in Sidney, will host a "Financial Work- income, you should plan to attend this animals including reptiles, birds, shop for Individual Investors." class," Huotari said. fish, hamsters, mice, harnesses The six-week workshop will assist individuals in The workshop will begin Thursday and most pet care products, setting financial and investment goals, Huotari through Feb. 20. Classes will meet one Comer Pet Store will be locat- said. The class will provide an in-depth look at the week on Thursdays from 7-8:30 p.m. and ed in the current Kritterz .Too many different types of investments available to in room 302 of Sidney High School. location at 1060 South Central and suitable for investors who are working to Enrollment fee is $20 per person, which Ave. Mozeak may be contacted retire, all course materials. at 482-5310 after Wednesday. "Whether you are interested in maximizing your For more information, or to reserve a long-term investment returns, reducing your Huotari at433-7788. 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