dinner and play package
It’s the last chance to take advantage of a special dinner and show package offered by Moon’s Restaurant.For $36, your show and dinner package includes choice of chicken, pasta or salad entrée, glass of wine and dessert and your ticket to the musical “Annie” this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the West End Theatre. Reservationsare required for the 5 and 5:30 p.m. seatings.
fair parade specials, dj friday
Karen Powell and Stephen Lodrig, new owners of the Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge in Quincy are opening at 10 a.m. this Saturday for those who might want to enjoy a Bloody Mary, mimosas or other specials before or after the parade. On Friday night, a DJ will begin playing dancing tunes for those who want to dance the night away!
NEW NAME, SAME GREAT SERVICE
The accounting firm of Haws, Theobald & Auman is now SingletonAuman, PC. Co-owner Clay Singleton tells us that the firm was first established as Attaway & Coombs in the 1940s, changed to Haws & Theobald in 1978 and in 1982 became Haws, Theobald & Auman when John Auman joined the firm. In 2005, Clay Singleton joined the firm and they purchased Tom Bower’s practice in Chester. In recent years Ken Haws and Ken Theobald have retired, which prompted the decision to change the name to SingletonAuman, PC. Although the name on the doors at their Chester and Susanville offices has changed, they continue the long-standing tradition of having dedicated professionals in the community to serve you all year long.
new name, new location
Thirty-year propane industry veteran Jack McKeehan has changed the name and location of his Portola-based business. He started High Sierra Propane in 2007 and along with the move to 65 E. Sierra Ave. changed its name to High Sierra Gas. The locally owned and operated company serves Portola, Mohawk Valley and Quincy. Jack has also owned the Mohawk Tavern for the past 30 years.
fabulous frugal fashions
The stage is set for next Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the Portola Baptist Church for Nifty Thrifty’sFabulous FrugalFashions show. The Eastern Plumas Health Care Auxiliary is sponsoring the 6 – 7:30 p.m. event. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. Reservations need to be made by this Friday, Aug. 16. Call 832-4033.
more milestones to boast about…
Add yet another year and it becomes 46 for Bruce and Susan Robinson as owners and operators of the obviously very successful Shadetree Auto Sales and Repair in East Quincy. They cater to their customers with quality used cars and trucks, tractors, horse trailers and new and used tires.
Make it 23 years for Chester optometrist Dr. Fred Feil. That’s how long he has been taking care of eye and vision needs for folks in the Chester-Lake Almanor Basin. His services include eye care, including refractive surgery and small incision cataract surgery.
The Pine Shack Frost, a popular fast food restaurant in the heart of Chester that built its reputation on friendly service, has been owned and operated for the past 13 years by Dennis and Ginny Hardgrave.
Michael Shannon and Victor and Linda Hursh mark their first decade as owners of Sierra Coffee and Beverage. They supply coffee-making systems and other vending machines and bottled water to businesses throughout Plumas and Lassen counties.
Now with 17 years of experience, Mike and Linda Gamberg are still going strong as proprietors of Yagotawana Outfitters in Quincy. They do custom embroidery, screen-printing and art design.