CHRISTMAS IN GREENVILLE
This Saturday, Dec. 14, as part of Greenville’s annual Christmas in Greenville festivities that run from 5 to 8 p.m., several Indian Valley merchants will have open houses providing plenty of refreshments, snacks and great deals. Activities at the community center include the Festival of Trees, the traditional tree lighting ceremony, photos with Santa, workshops to make wreaths and Christmas cards, a storytelling cabin and much more. The American Legion post will offer a free holiday dinner at 6:30 p.m.
new plumas bank board member
The board of directors of Plumas Bancorp, the parent company of Plumas Bank, has appointed Steven Coldani to its board. He is a licensed real estate broker and is co-owner of Graeagle Associates Realtors. He is also the president and owner of Coldani Realty Inc. in Lodi. In addition, Steven is a managing member of Coldani Farming LLC, a diversified farming company producing various row crops such as olives, grapes and hay; he also raises livestock.
small business saturday
With all the local merchant open houses, sales events and personalized service cheerfully provided, it certainly shouldn’t be difficult for all of us to participate in “Small Business Saturday” on Nov. 30. The concept is quite simple: Visit and patronize those businesses that employ our neighbors and reinvest our money close to home. Small businesses employ about half of all private sector employees and for every $100 spent with a small business, $68 returns to the community. We are joining thousands across this great country in asking you to support those shops and restaurants that are the heartbeat of our community and local economy. Good things happen throughout your community and to the various organizations that make it such a great place when you invest in your town by buying locally. In the most positive way it truly epitomizes the age-old axiom “what goes around, comes around.”
The $100 shopping challenge
With the holiday season fast approaching, we’d be remiss if we didn’t challenge our readers to once again earmark $100 to spend locally.
It’s a simple concept that is worth its weight in gold: If each of our newspaper readers — yes, you — spend at least $100 shopping at home this holiday season, that would pump more than $1.8 million into Plumas County’s economy, and that’s based on a conservative average of just two readers per newspaper.
Indian valley winners…
Westwood resident Ruth Calderon was the lucky winner of the $200 “Spirit of the Season” gift basket given away at Josh and Bink Huddleston’s Sterling Sage holiday open house.
At Crescent Country, Quincy residents Carolyn Rouse and Linda Westwood, and Sharon Storms of Indian Valley, each won a $50 gift certificate given away by Lisa and Barbara at their 28th annual open house.
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