Young’s Market has been a family-run business in Taylorsville for more than 150 years, and new owner Kelly Tan and her family want to return it to its heyday in some ways.
On the way out will be one shelving unit, and in its place will be a huge farm-style table where patrons can sit by the new glass-fronted woodstove and enjoy food and drinks together.
information systems manager
Plumas Bank has announced that Leigh Calanglang has been appointed vice president, information systems manager. He is responsible for network administration, eBanking, item processing and overseeing the customer resource center. Leigh has more than 13 years of technology experience, most recently as network administrator. He is a graduate of the University of Phoenix, earning his Bachelor of Science degree in information technology and his master’s degree in information systems.
it’s truly ‘a mountain affair’
Join more than 30 merchants, restaurants and lodging providers at their pre-holiday shopping tour they have named AMountain Affair.The event is this weekend, Nov. 9, 10 and 11. Visit the myriad Chester, Lake Almanor and Indian Valley participants for a weekend to remember, “where mountain values and hospitality trump crowded malls and chaotic choices.”There will be prizes, refreshments, music and more. For additional information go to mountainaffairs.com.
indian valley open houses
“A Christmas Tradition” features several Greenville and Crescent Mills businesses holding holiday open houses to kick off the season Nov. 2, 3 and 4. Participating businesses offering holiday cheer and special deals include Sterling Sage. I should add that owners Bink and Josh Huddleston met with owners of Mountain Fruit Company in Chico and brought back cases of fruit preserves just for this event. The others are Into the Woods, Evergreen Market, Sacred Space, Village Drug, Hunter Ace Hardware, Mohawk Trading Post, Donnell’s MusicLand and, of course, Crescent Country.
almanor chamber mixer
Come join the fun at the Halloween Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce mixer Thursday, Oct. 25, 5–7 p.m. at Morning Star Log Furniture. Storeowners and hosts Mike and Cathy Simmons invite everyone to the costume party and gathering at their showroom near the junction of highways 89 and 36.
Michael Vaughn has opened All American Heating, Air Conditioning and Custom Sheet Metal on Highway 89 in Greenville. Michael offers sales, installation and service for most all systems, residential and commercial. He also provides green energy solutions with the benefit of long-term savings, rebate options and tax credits. Photo by Valorie Chisholm
free hamburgers, hot dogs
Scott and Delores Satterlee at Mill Creek Fish and Chips are celebrating eight years in business with a very special customer appreciation day Sunday, Oct. 28, from noon to 4 p.m. In addition to live music from "dirty boots," there will be free hamburgers, hotdogs and drinks. It is there way of saying thanks to everyone who enjoys the wide array of delicious food served at this East Quincy eatery. Raffle tickets will be sold for a chance to win a fishing rod and gift certificates. All ages are welcome to join the fun.
fall open house in canyon dam
Kathy Holden, owner of Tidbits, is having a fall open house this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26–28. Take a scenic drive to Canyon Dam and enjoy hot apple cider while checking out the great assortment of Pendleton blankets, throws and pillows, as well as the handcrafted Native American design wallets, purses, pottery and jewelry. And that’s just the beginning of the many treasures you’ll find there.
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