Business Scene for the week of 7/18/2012

lighting more candles…

Mike Girvin is marking his 16th anniversary as owner of Canyon Dam RV Park & Country Store. The store has a gift shop with a variety of novelties, original art, collectibles and antique gift items. Now through October, world famous bear carver Dan Forschier holds demonstrations at the store twice a month. Call 284-7046 for exact dates.


Gary’s Small Engine Plus is celebrating its first anniversary. Owner Gary Smith reports that business continues to grow more than he had hoped for in the first year. He plans on expanding his inventory of parts and supplies for his customers’ convenience. From weed eaters to snow blowers and just about everything in between, Gary can repair them. He is located behind Quincy Fire Station at 201 Andy’s Way.


The talented and hardworking Teri Haas has made her four-legged customers at Top Dog Grooming Studio the talk of the townfor 10 years now. You will find her studio located off Quincy Junction Road on Bell Lane.

In their first 11 years, Plumas Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) has successfully found homes for thousands of cats and kittens throughout Plumas County. Thank you, and here’s wishing you that same kind of success in the years to come!


girls night out in westwood

On Friday, July 27, gather your girlfriends for a fun-filled evening as Esther Pretti hosts “Girls Night Out” in Westwood at her place of business, the Walker Mansion Inn on the corner of 3rd and Ash Street. The evening includes a no-host bar, dinner and terrific deals in the gift shop.


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