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Business Scene for the week of 7/11/2012

second saturday art

Jo Ann Hanna is the featured artist for Second Saturday Art in Graeagle. Red House Art Gallery owners Toni and Brian Carl invite you to come by and meet Jo Ann and see her latest work — landscapes and mountain scenes from the Sierra —Saturday, July 14, from 1 to 4 p.m.

motorcycle products added

Chester Auto Parts, also often referred to as Napa Auto Parts, is now a Tucker Rocky dealership. Store manager Jim Beckett said they are now offering aftermarket parts, accessories and apparel for street bikes, custom touring and off-road motorcycles and ATVs featuring all the popular brand names.

 

dinner is served at Sharon’s

In addition to serving breakfast and lunch daily (closed Mondays) from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sharon’s Cafe now serves dinner ‘til 8 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The restaurant is located at 270 Commercial St. in Old Town Portola.

 

impressive remodeling completed

Michael and Karen Kibble are pleased to have Quincy Drug Store’s remodeling completed. The improvements not only look great, but they will enhance their customers’ experience when visiting. Changes include an expanded, comfortable waiting area, larger workstations for convenient customer service, a separate, more private consultation area, new carpeting and counters and improved handicapped accessibility.

 

counting the years…

Bob and Dorothy Farnworth have been boarding pets for Quincy area folks for 36 years at DMF Boarding Kennels on Highway 70 just east of town.

 

Here’s another big one: Pete and Joyce Dryers have owned and operated the Twain General Store for 30 years! If you are driving down the Canyon, you should stop and visit and have a look at their photo albums and newspaper clippings of years gone by.

 

George Westbrook, owner of George’s Mobile Slaughtering & Custom Butchering in Quincy, is celebrating his second anniversary. George offers mobile slaughtering but doesn’t charge for travel. He can do just about any animal from wild game to mobile ranch kills, including beef, swine, lamb and goats. If you buy a 4-H animal at the annual livestock auction at the fair, keep his services in mind.

 

Cuccia’s, the terrific Italian restaurant with the beautiful oak bar, celebrates its fourth anniversary. Owners Terry Moore (he also owns Coyote Grill in Graeagle) and Gina Prince have created a menu featuring savory pastas and stone-baked pizzas that can be enjoyed with a cold beer or your favorite wine (off-sale is also available) from their extensive inventory. The restaurant is located at the corner of the old Mohawk Highway and Johnsville Road in Graeagle.

 

Skills 4 Living Therapy celebrates its fourth anniversary this month. Jeanne M. Harper’s practice provides occupational therapy and hand therapy services to the area. Jeanne has more than 26 years of occupational therapy experience and is certified in hand therapy. Her office is located at the Chalet View Lodge Commerce Center on Highway 70 between Portola and Blairsden.

 

John and Kitty Ornelas celebrate 13 years as owners of Almanor Espress at Hamilton Branch.

It’s much more than just a coffee house. In addition to their full espresso bar, you’ll enjoy the healthy, lighter fare selections from their breakfast and lunch menu, along with pastries and baked desserts. They also have a plant and garden center.

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