quincy thrift is open again
Certainly didn’t take Traci Turner long to regroup and restock (thanks in a huge way to the very generous folks throughout the greater Quincy and Plumas County area) her business, Quincy Thrift, after it was totally destroyed in the recent downtown fire. She is now in her new location on Main Street across from the post office complex that was home for many years to La Casa Bella. The store is once again packed with new and gently used items that include clothes, jewelry, furniture and household items.
Local Plumas-Lassen Connection phone books getting out
The 2014 edition of your locally produced telephone book, the Plumas-Lassen Connection, is hot off the presses and will soon be delivered throughout Plumas, Lassen and eastern Sierra counties. For 19 years, we have published this local directory, combining home and business listings from throughout the region into one conveniently sized, easy-to-read phonebook.
Our sincerest thanks to the local business and professional people who, through their ongoing advertising support, make this important and highly used reference directory possible. But here’s the best part: A huge chunk of their advertising investment in this local directory is used to deliver this book, making it a major fundraiser for local schools, clubs and organizations. Since that very first edition in 1995, these groups have earned more than $170,000 delivering the Plumas Lassen Connection.
In the days and weeks ahead, students will be delivering these phone books to every home and office throughout the tri-county area. Once they are delivered, should you need additional copies for your home or office, just drop by your local newspaper office and help yourself.
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