Dr. Suzanne Elkjer has joined the staff at Indian Valley Veterinary Clinic in Crescent Mills. Dr. Elkjer spent her summers assisting Dr. Doyle Rolston at his clinic while attending Feather River College. She went on to earn her degree from the School of Veterinary Medicine at U.C. Davis. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Plumas Bank announced that Cassandra Cockrell has been hired as a business development officer. She will be responsible for developing business banking relationships in Susanville and Quincy. A California native, Cassandra was raised in Cedarville. She graduated suma cum laude from California State University, Chico with a bachelor of science degree in ag business with minors in business administration and animal science. Cockrell belongs to the Modoc County Cattlewomen Association and enjoys fishing, hunting and picture framing in her spare time.
RV PARK EARNS SPECIAL RATING
Pioneer RV Park, just off Fairgrounds Road past Pioneer Park in Quincy, was recently re-rated by a representative from the Trailer Life Directory that now places the facility in the top 10 percent of like properties in the country. The rating is based on appearance, cleanliness, facilities and amenities. During their eight years of ownership, John and Sandi Johnson have worked very hard at the park to earn this coveted distinction.
TRIBAL STYLE BELLY-DANCE
Here's a great way to get fit, have fun and get in touch with your body. Take Averil Kimble's tribal belly-dance class, or more exactly "Ziva" of Akira Troupe. Averil says this is a dance "...to celebrate women, embrace their femininity, celebrate special occasions and simply enjoy each others company dancing together with joy." It Saturdays mornings from 9-10:15 at the Yoga & Wellness Center in Quincy.
WIN A FREE BARBECUE
Rick and Eileen Greenly are now in their eight year as owners and operators of Papa Murphy's Take 'N Bake Pizza in Quincy - and they are celebrating in a big way! Between now and next Monday, Aug. 4, you can stop by their establishment, located next to the post office, and register to win a Lil'Tex barbecue valued at $700! Of course, no purchase necessary and you needn't be present to win.
MORE ANNIVERSARIES TO NOTE...
Jerry and Mary Ann Crowe are starting their fourth year as owners of The Lodge & Restaurant at Whitehawk Ranch. The restaurant, under the direction of Executive Chef Tyler Roswell, is open for dinner Wed.-Sun., featuring an extensive menu that includes fish, steaks and pastas. Consider making a night of it, the Lodge features 14 luxuriously comfortable cabins.
Warren and Nancy Coulter are celebrating five years as owners and operators of Blackhawk Nursery on Highway 70 just west of Quincy.
Bullet Information Technology Solutions owners Joseph and Kathryn Fisher are celebrating their 6th year in business. They specialize in computer repairs, network systems and solutions. In their offices above the post office in downtown Quincy, they offer an Internet Cafe.