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Business Scene for the week of 10/10/2012

SOME FALL GOLF SPECIALS
 
As our golfing season starts to wind down, here are a few specials offered at local courses:
 
Bailey Creek: During the month of October, unlimited golf for $200. Monday through Thursday play golf with cart $49. 
 
Lake Almanor Country Club: Half-off green fees and carts any day through Oct. 31.
 
Plumas Pines Golf Resort: Play all day now until the course closes for $60 all day. $75 buys you golf and dinner at the legendary Longboards Bar and Grill now through Oct. 27. Both offered seven days a week.
 
 
QUINCY CHAMBER MIXER
Ranchito Motel owners John and Tracy Wixted are hosting the next Quincy Chamber of Commerce mixer Thursday, Oct. 18, from 5 to 7 p.m. Chamber directors encourage you to bring your business cards and brochures so you can take advantage of the “fantastic networking opportunities” you will find at this East Quincy landmark. Refreshments will be available.
 
KIDS COSTUME PARTY
A Fairies and Trolls Costume Party for kids 5 – 8 years old is set for Sunday, Oct. 21, at Epilog Books in Quincy’s financial district. Storeowner Christine Crawford would like RSVPs by Friday, Oct. 12. Call 283-2665.
 
WINE SPECIAL; “KEEP IT LOCAL” 
As their season comes to an end, the staff at The Lodge at Whitehawk Restaurant are offering a special wine deal through Tuesday, Oct. 16, their final regular night of the season. Buy one bottle of wine with your dinner and get a second bottle for half price. 
 
Support the continued operation of Plumas Eureka State Park at The Lodge’s next “Keep it Local” fundraising dinner and silent auction Tuesday, Oct. 16. Cocktails begin at 5 p.m. followed by a 3-course dinner at 7 p.m. Call 836-4985 for reservations.
 
WESTWOOD’S FALL FESTIVAL
The Westwood chamber’s Fall Festival promises old-time family fun in downtown Westwood Saturday, Oct. 13, noon – 5 p.m. at the community center. Events include a pie contest, kids’ pumpkin patch, scarecrow contest, hayrides, music and more.   
 
LIGHTING THE CANDLES…
Addie Montezuma has done wonders during the eight years she’s been the proprietor of Addie’s Floral Shop on Pine Street in Portola. In addition to the bouquets and arrangements, you will find celebratory balloons, gift cards and more. Her shop, located on Pine Street (behind the Portola Reporter), is quaint, warm, cheerful and full of intoxicating smells from the wide assortment of flowers.
 
The Feather Bed in Quincy is celebrating its 21st anniversary this month. Innkeeper Bob Janowski, along with his lovely staff, Holly, Rachelle and Natasha run the charming and comfortable Jackson Street bed and breakfast. 
 
Margie Meeker celebrates her 21st year with Country Style Family Hair Care in Greenville. With Halloween just around the corner, or any other special occasion for that matter, we’ll remind you about the store’s assortment of costumes and accessories.
 
It’s a major milestone for Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS. He and his staff have been taking care of family dental and orthodontic needs for his Plumas County patients from his East Quincy clinic (across from the Polka Dot) for 30 years! 
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