BANK CELEBRATES THE SEASON
Plumas Bank is celebrating the holidays with the community by hosting holiday mixers on Thursday, Dec. 10, from 5:30–7 p.m. at both its Chester and Susanville offices. If your social calendar is already booked, you can enjoy refreshments when you do your everyday banking at the Greenville or Quincy offices Tuesday through Thursday, Dec. 15,-17. The Portola branch is having its customer appreciation days Dec. 23-24. By the way, be sure to congratulate the bank as they celebrate 29 years of community banking this month!
…come visit us too!
When you are out and about between now and Christmas, be sure to stop by the Feather Publishing offices on Lawrence Street in Quincy. In the spirit of the season, and as a way of saying thanks to our friends and patrons, the staff has prepared lots of holiday treats to share, so be sure to stop by beginning Monday, Dec. 14 through Wednesday, Dec. 23.
interact club selling see’s candy
Members of Chester High School’s Interact Club, a very active youth division of the Rotary Club, are again selling See’s candy this holiday season. This is one of their many fundraisers to help fund the service club’s local and international projects. The candy is available from Interact members and at the following Chester-area businesses: Buzz-Mart, Ron Martin Realty, Plumas Bank, Coffee Station and Farmers Insurance.
sale marks anniversary
It’s been 16 years Gordon Henley has owned and operated of Main Street Appliance. This Quincy business sells and services washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators and more, featuring most major brands. Gordon said he is currently conducting what he is calling a “staying in business” sale.” The entire inventory is priced at essentially his cost with “deep” discounts on customers’ special orders as well.
nichole’s coffee depot reopens
After quite a bit of remodeling, Nichole’s Coffee Depot in Portola has reopened. In addition to expanding the seating capacity from six to 18, she has installed high-speed Internet access and cable television. Nichole’s varied menu includes hot and cold sandwiches and her extremely popular homemade soups.
open house Saturday
Treats Dog Company is having an open house Saturday, Dec. 12, from 1-5 p.m. Owner Joanie Kielty invites you to stop by for refreshments provided by Cosmos Culinary Creations and have your picture taken with Santa Paws. On the following Saturday, Dec. 19, from 1-5 p.m., it’ Feo’s 5th birthday fiesta with lots of birthday and pup cake.
Debbie Whiting has owned Classic Image in Quincy for two years. She took over the former Quincy Sun on Lawrence Street next to the USFS offices and added a nail salon and gift center. Longtime employee Katie Smith, now the store’s manager, said they have been gearing up for the holidays with all kinds of ready-made gift baskets.
x This month marks the fourth year for Marty Swisher and his Quincy-based business, The Floor Store. Marty stocks, sells and installs carpet remnants, vinyl flooring and linoleum. He even does carpet cleaning.
x For 14 years Barbara and Scott Tanner have been successfully taking care of businesses with Scott Tanner Business Equipment. They service and sell copy and fax machines and supplies throughout the tri-county region.
x It’s the second anniversary for Bob and Julie Hatzell’s Alley Cat Café behind The Studio Gallery in Quincy. In just two short years the couple and their staff have made this one of the town’s favorite gathering spots.
x Nine years—wow! That’s how long Courthouse Cafe owners Dutch and Kim Morrison have been owners of downtown Quincy’s popular breakfast and lunch café across from the courthouse.
chester merchants’ night winner
Karyn Merriman of Chester won the Merchants’ Night prize from Back Porch Consignments & Gifts. It’s a really nice decorative wall piece depicting an artist’s rendition of Lake Almanor and its many attractions.
homebuyers TAX CREDIT extended`
The federal tax credit for home buyers the president signed into law recently was set to expire Nov. 30, but has been extended until Apr. 30, 2010. It was also expanded to include existing homeowners who have lived in their primary residences for five consecutive years out of the last eight years. First-time homebuyers may still be eligible for a tax credit of up to $8,000, while existing homeowners may receive a credit of up to $6,500. The bill also increases the qualifying income limits, and taxpayers can claim the credit on purchases completed in 2010 on their 2009 income tax returns. Ask your Realtor for all the detail