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Business Scene for the week of 4/11/2014

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two join real estate firm

The Kehr/O’Brien Real Estate team welcomes two new agents to the Coldwell Banker family,Kristen Stelzriede and Bing Miller. Kristenis a licensed Realtor with specialized skills in photography and home staging who has lived in Lake Almanor for over 30 years. Bing was born and raised in Plumas County. She too has been an agent for 30 years and has had her broker’s license for 25 years. Undoubtedly, she will be a team player for the firm with her real estate experience and her prowess in bowling.

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Business Scene for the week of 4/4/2014

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William Jacks opens MEadow Valley Forestry in Quincy.  Utilizing his degree in biology and his six years of wildland fire experience Williams offers thinning , piling, and burning for property owners.  He can be reached at 588-6200.

ada compliance services

Jim Green, of J.D. Green & Associates, is providing local business and property owners with help providing accessibility for handicapped people. Jim and his associate, Mike Gardner, will guide owners through the maze of requirements in the Americans with Disabilities Act starting with inspections, plans, permits and ultimate construction of improvements for compliance. Jim is a licensed general contractor with 41 years of experience working as a government building code official. He is certified by the International Code Council and is a CASp inspector. For further information, call 249-2736.

 

Little joins Sanford Chiropractic

Dr. Martin L. Sanford, DC, welcomes Carrie Little to his offices in Portola and Loyalton. Carrie is a certified massage therapist offering deep-tissue and pain relief massages.She attended the Utah School of Massage Therapy and has been practicing for many years. “Her experience, skills and approach fit well with the Sanford Chiropractic team,” Sanford says. “Massage therapy is the perfect complement to chiropractic treatments and is often covered by insurance.”

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Business Scene for the week of 3/28/2014

three quincy stores stage event

Three stores in downtown Quincy are teaming up for a gigantic anniversary celebration. On Tuesday, April 1, from 4 to 7 p.m., Carey Candy Co., Forest Stationers and Main Street Styles are each having an open house featuring appetizers, refreshments and fantastic pricing. There will also be a prize drawing and a poker walk.

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Business Scene for the week of 3/21/2014

property protection business

With six years of wildland fire experience, William Jacks has started a new business called Butterfly Valley Forestry. In addition to consulting services, he offers thinning, piling and burning services for private property owners. He can be reached at 588-6200.

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Business Scene for the week of 3/14/2014

HELPING CHANGE HOPE TO A CURE
    JoAnn Prince and Grace-Ann Mason, owners of Great Northern Hair Co., are conducting their “Help Change Hope to a Cure” Relay for Life fundraiser. You only have until March 17 to place orders for assorted bouquets of daisy mums or the Hope Bear, a 12-inch teddy bear sporting a purple ribbon. The items will be available for pickup April 7 at their store on Highway 70 in East Quincy.

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