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Business Scene for the week of 1/17/2014

quincy sew and vac open daily now

Sandy Thomas has retired from her position with the county and is now running her business, Quincy Sew and Vac, on a full time basis. With 30-plus years of experience, Sandy is tailoring, mending and hemming Monday through Friday, 9–4. Her husband Dale takes care of all of the sewing machine and vacuum repairs. The couple opened the business, located at 102 Main St., in 1998. 

 

closed for inventory

Barbara Tucker and Lisa Forcino are busy taking inventory this month at their famed Indian Valley business, Crescent Country. Although the store is closed this month, the ladies said you can always call for a “shopping appointment” at either 284-6016 or 284-6227.

 

sheet metal work and welding

Lazzarino Machine Works owner Jesse Lazzarino tells us he added sheet metal equipment to his metal fabrication shop on Lee Road in Quincy. He now offers sheet metal, welding, plasma and metal fabrication services. Jesse opened his shop in 2011 after spending eight years with the Honda Racing Team, where he gained hands-on experience building motorcycles from scratch. Much of his work now, prior to adding the sheet metal equipment, has dealt with heavy equipment, including logging equipment.

 

our best wishes for more to come

It’s the first anniversary for two Portola businesses sharing the same name, Portola Depot. Both are located on Commercial Street; one is referred to as Track 1 and sells quality used furniture. The other, Track 2, sells gently used family clothing. Owners John Scism and Shelley Marks are having a huge sale, as much as half off, in both stores Jan. 21 – 25.

 

Forty-two! Yes, that’s right, Tande Custom Draperies is celebrating its 42nd anniversary this month in Quincy. Twenty-two years ago Lisa and Dan Hanna took over the business from Lisa’s parents. They sell Hunter Douglas products and serve the entire county from their mobile showroom.

 

For five years, director John Banks and his colleagues have been providing classes mandated by the court for various infractions. Depending on the offense, classes can range from three to 18 months in duration. Plumas Sierra Community Solutions has classroom facilities in Quincy, Greenville, Chester and Portola.

 

Here’s an impressive birthday: The Graeagle Store, a historic landmark that anchors that community, turns 95 years old this month! Steve Jr. and Nancy Harding, with their daughter Gina and her husband Dale Lambert, run this well-stocked grocery store that is well-known for the quality of its meats. It has been in the Harding family since 1970 when Steve Harding Sr. bought the store.

 

Tom Joyce, broker and owner of Graeagle Real Estate and Graeagle Properties, has been in the real estate business in the Mohawk Valley, Portola and surrounding areas for more than 35 years. Tom and his associates can help you buy or sell residential and commercial property. They also manage rental properties from their offices located at the entrance to the Plumas Pines – Plumas Eureka Estates development on Poplar Valley Road.

 

Ed Cammack celebrates his 14th year as proprietor of Plumas Motor Supply and Radio Shack in Quincy. He bought the business from his father, Bill, who moved to Plumas County in 1966 and, along with his wife Beth, purchased the auto parts business in 1986.

 

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