Business Scene for the week of 7/18/2014


Plumas Bank is pleased to announce that Raelyn Potvin has been promoted to vice president, internal audit officer. Raelyn joined the bank in 1985, working most of her career in accounting and eventually becoming the assistant controller and accounting manager. Four years ago she was named the internal auditor, taking on a leadership role in managing the bank’s audit resources. She has obtained several certifications from Independent Community Bankers of America, including those for internal auditor, compliance officer and BSA officer.

“Raelyn has worked for the bank for almost 30 years, always assisting our internal and external customers with a positive, helpful and caring approach.The board and I are pleased to promote her and we all look forward to many more years of leadership from Raelyn,”said Andrew J. Ryback, the bank’s president and CEO.


Nancy Presser, owner of Sacred Space Energetic Healing Arts, is pleased to announce that she is now offering classes that discuss pain management techniques for chronic and acute pain. In these workshops attendees will learn how to take the healing process into their own hands and apply it to their daily life. You will find her studio on Ann Street next to Anna’s Café in Greenvile.


In addition to accepting Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards, JoAnn Prince and Grace-Ann Mason have made it even more convenient for their customers by now accepting American Express at their store and salon in East Quincy. Make sure to check out their new line of body jewelry while looking over their extensive inventory of clothing and accessories at Great Northern Hair Co. next to Papa’s Donuts.


We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that Pastor Rick and Charlotte Rogers are enjoying their fifth year with the Calvary Chapel in Quincy. To celebrate the occasion they went to picturesque Bucks Lake where they performed several baptism ceremonies July 12.

For 15 years, Leslie and Jeff Greenwood have been manufacturing horse barns, tack rooms and economical barn-style storage buildings in a variety of sizes at Sierra Valley Barns. It’s on Highway 70 just east of Beckwourth.

Three years ago Wendy Bohl opened Serenity Hair & Nail Spa on Black Oak Drive in Chester. It is a full-service salon that provides a relaxing atmosphere for its clients.

DeMartile Automotive on Highway 70 in Quincy celebrates its 14th year of business. Evans and Kathy DeMartile and Tim and Marcy DeMartile own this complete automotive service center.

Thirty-one years! That’s how long the very hardworking Pete and Joyce Dryer have owned and operated the Twain General Store. From either direction, if you are driving through the Feather River Canyon on Highway 70 this is a great place to stop and stretch your legs, grab a snack and simply enjoy the charm and character of this unique general store and its collection of photo albums and newspaper clippings of years gone by.

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