Chamber mixer, open house
You are invited to help Physical Therapist Kory Felker celebrate his fifth anniversary as owner of Plumas Physical Therapy. To mark the occasion, he is hosting a Quincy Chamber mixer Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at his practice in the medical complex behind the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy. Beer, wine, sodas and appetizers will be served. Kory, along with a well-trained staff, provide a full range (no pun intended) of services that include convenient early morning and evening appointments so you can get back on the road to recovery.
The 1997 NEW YEARS FLOOD VIDEO in Plumas County is now available on DVD. The original video tapes have been completely re-mastered to digital with all of the exciting footage that inspired the first video-tape. See the damage beyond the roadblocks. Featuring: Feather River Canyon flooding, Two Rivers washout, Sloat Bridge, Dog Rock washout, Indian Valley flooding, Quincy and American Valley flooding. To order your copy, send a check or money order for $20 to Kevin Mallory, PO Box 1785, Quincy, CA 95971 and include your name, phone and return address information. Call (530) 283-0150 or send an email to Flood97@plumasnews.com for more information. Includes tax and shipping.
Randy Scurry ran a newspaper ad last week announcing his intention to once again offer home delivery of the Sacramento Bee in the Quincy-Portola areas. He said the phone calls to subscribe have been overwhelming; unfortunately his email address was incorrectly published. For those who may have tried to contact him via email and failed use: firstname.lastname@example.orgHis phone is 927-7030.
Fun for the whole family
Mark your calendars for a day of family fun as the Westwood Chamber of Commerce holds its “Old Town Fall Festival”, Saturday, Oct. 16, from 3 – 9 pm, at WalkerMansion and the Visitors Center.There will be hayrides, a pumpkin patch, pie competition, music, craft vendors, food vendors, beer and mead gardens, caramel apples and much more!
Business seminars offered
The Northeastern California Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is holding two workshops next week. On Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the Plumas Work Connection complex in East Quincy. Local consultant Amy Schulz said the session, “Business Basics,” runs from 6 – 9 p.m.
The following day, Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Mohawk Community Resource Center in Blairsden area local consultant Brian Carl said the SBDC will discuss “Cash Management for Small Businesses,” also from 6 – 9 p.m. There is a fee for both workshops, for more info go to sierrasbdc.com
Two for one dinner specials
Through the remainder of October, Patrick and LaVelle Kenny at Comberg’s Italian restaurant, Trattoria Rosa, are offering 2-1 deals on all their entrees. They are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 4 – 9 p.m. This deal isn’t good the final weekend of their season, Oct. 30, 31, because renown grill master Lloyd Lewis of Oakland Camp fame will be there searing his famous barbecued favorites for all to enjoy.
Year in and year out…
• Satisfying customers needs with customized work has been a trademark for Mike and Linda Gamberg for 14 years with Yagotawana Outfitters. This Quincy business offers embroidery and screen-printing services. Their Chromablast photo-ready digital printing system enables them to put photographs on any fabric surface.
• Chris W. Anderson DC is celebrating his 10th year in business serving the chiropractic needs of his clients from his offices in Portola and Quincy. Dr. Anderson utilizes numerous techniques to meet the unique needs of each individual patient.
• Another business enjoying its 10th year: Sequoia Dreams Construction & Design. Owner Hans Holtz likes to keep up on industry changes and recently attended a workshop dealing with weatherization and building performance issues. We should also mention he now has his state issued T-1 water treatment license, which allows him to test wells, drinking water and the like. He and his wife, Michelle, live in Meadow Valley.
• Richard Caley, owner of Caley Electric in Cromberg, is celebrating his sixth year in business. Richard does electrical for residential or commercial and that no job is too small.
• Sierra Coffee and Beverage is celebrating its seventh anniversary serving Plumas and Lassen counties.The three owners, Michael Shannon, Victor & Linda Hursh,started by offering coffee and coffee making systems to businesses and have expanded it to include a line of vending products and bottled water service.
• Lana Beal, owner of Always Sunny Tanning and Nails, celebrates her business’ fourth anniversary.Lana offers manicures, pedicures and tanning. She also carries an assortment of women’s clothing, summer shoes, sunglasses, lotions, soaps and scrubs.
• Red's Meadow Ranch begins its 14th year in business. Roger Douglas and Mildred Balben offer trail rides, horseshoeing, horse training, riding lessons and boarding. Located above Clio on C Road, it is open year-round.
One smile at a time
Millions of children in developing countries are in desperate need of cleft lip and palate surgery. The families of these children — often living on less than $1 dollar a day — are too poor to ever afford to pay for surgery. Quincy businesswoman Caron Chance of Back Door Catering is following a long family tradition as a donor to Smile Train, a national organization focused only on a single problem: cleft lip and palate. Now through the holiday season, Caron will donate a portion of her catering proceeds to this charity.
In tune with the times, she has revamped her menu selections and pricing structure to make holiday parties affordable for most any type of gathering. Back Door Catering is located in Quincy inside the Mineral Building at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds.
Remember when Plumas County Flooded? The 1997 NEW YEARS FLOOD VIDEO in Plumas County is now available on DVD. We've completely re-mastered from the original tapes all of the exciting footage that inspired the first video-tape. See the damage beyond the roadblocks. Featuring: Feather River Canyon flooding, Two Rivers washout, Sloat Bridge, Dog Rock washout, Indian Valley flooding, Quincy and American Valley flooding. To order your copy, send a check or money order for $20 to Kevin Mallory, PO Box 1785, Quincy, CA 95971 and include your name, phone and return address information. Or call (530) 283-0150. Includes tax and shipping.