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Business Scene for the week of 12/6/2013

 

 

new plumas bank board member

The board of directors of Plumas Bancorp, the parent company of Plumas Bank, has appointed Steven Coldani to its board. He is a licensed real estate broker and is co-owner of Graeagle Associates Realtors. He is also the president and owner of Coldani Realty Inc. in Lodi. In addition, Steven is a managing member of Coldani Farming LLC, a diversified farming company producing various row crops such as olives, grapes and hay; he also raises livestock.

“Steve is an important addition to our board, as he has a great deal of experience in the real estate and agriculture industries, both locally and regionally. I have no doubt that he will serve the board well and provide us with an additional strong link to the communities we serve,” said Daniel West, chairman of the bank’s board of directors.

“As a shareholder since the 1980s, I am honored and excited to be able to serve on the board. Plumas Bank has a strong history of supporting the communities it serves and I am looking forward to contributing toward its future growth,” commented Coldani.

 

chester spa adds services

With the addition of Diana Long, the Upstairs Day Spa on Main Street in Chester now offers three new services: airbrush sunless tanning, manicures and spa pedicures with a relaxing and therapeutic massage chair/whirlpool foot bath. Owner Dawn Lee says they will also continue to provide massages, waxing, facials and peels.

 

christmas in the mountains

Come join the merriment under moonlit skies as Westwood celebrates its sixth annual Christmas in the Mountains on Friday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. It will be held at the Westwood Community Center at Birch and Third streets. Festivities include vendor booths with an array of arts and crafts, the traditional tree lighting ceremony, a Christmas light parade and plenty of good food. There will also be free crafts and books for the kids, and, of course, a visit and photos with Santa. The Westwood Chamber of Commerce is hosting the event. Give them a call at 256-2456 for light parade entry applications or for more information. Late parade entries will be accepted.

 

blending food, fun and friends

Lake Almanor Tavern owner Derek Anderson says he has created the perfect blend of food, fun and friends during the holiday season with two newly created holiday drinks and appetizers, lunch and dinner specials from RJ’s Restaurant, which shares space in the building with the Tavern on Main Street in Chester. It’s also home to the legendary Brubeck bar, now a focal point for patrons, that originally made its way to Chester from Susanville in 1930.

 

and more anniversary kudos

Merilu Dillard, owner of Something Original in Quincy, is celebrating her fifth year in business. A seamstress for 45 years, Merilu does alterations, tailoring and anything from simple jean hems to elaborate dresses, gowns and prom and wedding dresses. She can replace any zipper and has even repaired the sail on a sailboat!

 

x The Feather Bed in Quincy celebrates its 22nd anniversary this month. Innkeeper Bob Janowski and his attentive staff run the charming and comfortable Jackson Street bed and breakfast.

 

x Mike and Linda Gamberg are celebrating 17 years with Yagotawana Outfitters in Quincy. They offer custom embroidery, screen-printing and art design services with thousands of designs to choose from.

 

 

 

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