HELPING CHANGE HOPE TO A CURE
JoAnn Prince and Grace-Ann Mason, owners of Great Northern Hair Co., are conducting their “Help Change Hope to a Cure” Relay for Life fundraiser. You only have until March 17 to place orders for assorted bouquets of daisy mums or the Hope Bear, a 12-inch teddy bear sporting a purple ribbon. The items will be available for pickup April 7 at their store on Highway 70 in East Quincy.
warndorf joins state farm team
Richard Stockton, State Farm Insurance agent in Quincy, has added a talented new team member to his agency, Angie Warndorf. Angie studied extensively, then took and passed the grueling California state insurance licensing exam Feb. 25. Many may remember her from her 10 years at American Valley Aviation and later at Snowline Aerospace. Angie will be working as an insurance and financial services office representative in the Quincy office (across the street from the California Highway Patrol offices). Richard and his staff are pleased to add Angie to their team.
sierra floors reopens
After what Laura Allen says was a long two months of being closed due to water damage, Sierra Floors has reopened. Laura invites you to stop by her Portola store on Commercial Street and see the newly remodeled showroom featuring lots of new products for all your flooring needs.
Pohler joins Coldwell Banker
The Coldwell BankerKehr/O’Brien Real Estate group welcomes Linda Pohler to its team. Linda has been an agent in the Lake Almanor area since 1991. She was owner/agent with her family firm, Plumas Properties, from 1991 to 2014 and broker of record since 2011. Linda said as family members approached retirement, she made the decision to join the family at Kehr/O’Brien.
“What our clients loved about us was the family atmosphere, quality of service and personal values that we brought to each transaction.I made the decision to join the team at Coldwell Banker Kehr/O’Brien because their philosophy and values will allow me to carry on the traditions of my family,” Linda said.
final call for visitors guide ads
We have until this Friday to put the finishing touches on the 2014 Plumas County Visitors Guide. This comprehensive and attractive full-color magazine is distributed through the region and is used extensively by both tourists and locals alike. If you have not placed an ad for your business or service and would like to do so, there are just a few days left. Give your local newspaper advertising rep a call before Friday, Feb. 14, and we’ll help you create an effective ad tailored to your needs and budget.
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