Business Scene for the week of 6/13/2014
Animal Clinic Expands Service
Martin Schafer, DVM, continues to expand his Beckwourth small animal clinic, Plumas Veterinary Service, enabling employees to see their furry patients five days a week. Last year, Dr. Amanda Coats brought her expertise to the medicine and surgery center. Most recently, Corrinne Lorentzen, a licensed veterinary technician, has joined the other technicians already on the team: John Stanton, Stephanie Cox and Brandon Swann. Rounding out the staff are the receptionists, Julie Arietta and Lori Taylor.
Customer Appreciation Day
Karen Powell and Stephen Lodrig are celebrating their first anniversary as owners of the Main Street Sports Bar in Quincy. And to show their thanks, they are having a customer appreciation June 14, starting at noon. In addition to special prices for the drinks, there will be also be hourly drawings. At 9 p.m. enjoy live music performed by the Bourgeois Gypsies.
Rattlesnake Aversion Training
On Monday, June 23, Natural Solutions Wildlife Enterprises is holding a class that will teach your dog to stay away from the curious sound and scent of rattlesnakes.Karen Hayden specializes in one-on-one training for your dog and recommends this course for dogs 6 months and older.For appointment times call 616-1315 or email email@example.com.It will be held in Quincy but the exact location is pending.
ADA Seminar in Portola
Plumas Bank is sponsoring a free Americans with Disabilities Act compliance presentation Monday, June 16, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Eastern Plumas Health Care Education Center, 500 First Ave., Portola. Speakers include Mike Gardner, a certified access specialist, and Anthony DeCristoforo, an attorney, along with John Cunningham and Todd Roberts from the county building department. Call Rachelle Ramelli at 832-4405, ext. 1201, for more information.
Taylorsville Pool Fundraiser
Two ladies at the Main Street Salon in downtown Taylorsville are offering their services Saturday, June 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to raise money for a much-needed chair hoist for the town’s swimming pool to help those needing assistance entering and exiting the pool. Hair stylist Michelle Greco will be cutting hair for $10 while Kanda Kanjandee will offer her Thai massage therapy for $1 a minute.
0pens for the Season
Walker Mansion Inn in Westwood is now open for the season. Owner Esther Pretti invites you to enjoy lunch in the dining room or outside in the screened-in porch. The gift shop’s selections include antiques and home furnishings.
Celebrating a quarter-century in business this month is Lake Almanor roofing contractor Brian Hillskemper. In addition to doing both residential and commercial roofing projects, Hillskemper Roofing also installs and repairs rain gutters, and provides bat exclusion services and snow removal.
Jason and Elizabeth Smith, owners of Peterson’s Glass – The Imagination Co. on Peninsula Drive at Lake Almanor celebrate their 13th year in business June 13. It’s a full-service glass company meeting commercial, residential and auto glass needs.