Business Scene for the week of 11/28/2012

graeagle’s holiday festival

This Saturday, Dec. 1, from 1 to 6 p.m., Graeagle celebrates its 18th annual Holiday Festival. Along with the merchants opening their doors with lots of merriment, libations and food, there will be a horse-drawn lighted trolley offering rides up and down the main drag, street carolers, Santa and the traditional tree lighting ceremony at 5 p.m. We’ll see you there!

earns unique health certification

Patti Long Buchholtz is now certified to teach Pfilates, also known as pelvic floor Pilates. She said this system of pelvic muscle exercises is designed to help both women and men with pelvic floor issues, especially after childbirth or surgery. The program is designed to help improve bladder and bowel control and sexual function issues. For more information call Patti at ABSolute Fitness & Health, 836-1153.



Note: The businesses mentioned below represent a collection of anniversaries celebrated within the past couple of months.

In recognizing five years of accomplishments, Garn Pringle, operations manager at Lake Almanor Fitness Center, has lots of folks to thank — including the center’s loyal members. In particular, he wanted to single out its partnership with Feather River College. He said it has been a stabilizing factor for the facility, allowing it to continue to offer lifelong health and fitness courses that have benefited a great number of folks in the community.

 Hans Holtz, owner of Sequoia Dream Construction and Design, has enjoyed his 12 years of business in Meadow Valley. Hans does rough framing and finished carpentry and also specializes in restoration, preservation and transformation.

Al and Katherine Templeton are celebrating 12 years as owners of the Cedar Lodge and RV Park near Chester.The facility, located a little more than a mile west of town, is nestled in a wooded, park-like setting with a variety of clean, comfortable rooms. They also have RV hook-ups.

Mike and Linda Gamberg are celebrating 16 years with Yagotawana Outfitters in Quincy. They offer custom embroidery, screen-printing and art design services with thousands of designs to choose from. Mike can print or embroider on just about anything.

Mouser Brothers Enterprises, located in the Feather River Industrial Park in East Quincy, is celebrating its 12th year in business. They specialize in cabinets, vanities, countertops and pre-hung doors. Jeremy and the staff are eager to work with you.

Main Street Artists is celebrating its third year in business in Quincy. The gallery is a co-op consisting of approximately 30 artists from all over Plumas County. On the first Friday of every month the gallery offers an artist’s opening with wine and refreshments.

Mike and Valerie Nellor are celebrating their 10th anniversary at Ada’s Place in Quincy. The property was recently named a 2012 Fodor’s Choice property by Fodor’s Travel, the leading name in travel guides for more than 75 years. Each year they designate an exclusive list of restaurants and hotels as the best of the best in their region. Kudos to Mike and Val for earning this acclaimed distinction!


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