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Business Scene for the week of 6/9/2010

RECEIVES QUANTUM LEAP AWARD

The Leavitt Group awarded Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance Agency with the "Quantum Leap Award." One agency is selected annually for this award for demonstrating significant effort to further its development. Mike and Valerie Flanigan are the local managing co-owners of the agency.

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Business Scene for the week of 6/2/2010

SIERRA VALLEY FARMS OPENS JUNE 4
    Sierra Valley Farms and Romano’s Farmers Market in Beckwourth opens for the season June 4. Again this year, every Friday through the middle of September, owner Kim Romano said they are featuring guest chefs from area restaurants and catering companies. First up June 4 is the accomplished culinary master Sean Conry from Longboards Bar and Grill in Blairsden. Rounding out the month will be acclaimed chefs from Pacific Crest in Truckee; Baxter’s Bistro at Northstar; and Tyler Rockwell from The Lodge at Whitehawk.

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Business Scene for the week of 5/26/2010

DENTAL OFFICE SUPERVISOR HIRED
    Wendy Selvaggio has been named the front office supervisor at Feather River Family Dentistry — formerly known as Plumas District Hospital’s Dental Clinic — on Buck’s Lake Road in Quincy. Wendy will oversee day-to-day operations at the dental clinic to ensure smooth patient flow with Drs. David Reed and Pooja Patel. Prior to joining the PDH family, Wendy was office manager for Grizzly Ranch near Portola.

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Business Scene for the week of 5/19/2010

YET ANOTHER UNIQUE ITEM ADDED
    When it comes to having an eye for blending the right mix of inventory for their market, Bink, Josh and Jeff at Sterling Sage in Greenville seem to have it down to an artful science. The latest is hardwoods cutting boards made by an artist in Chico who also has a home in Clear Creek. You will find them in the gourmet foods and kitchen gadget section of the store. The selection is impressive with all sorts of sizes and styles of boards, including long bread boards with custom ceramic dishes for your olive oil and balsamic vinegar mix (which they also sell) for dipping the cut bread.   

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Business Scene for the week of 5/5/2010

NEW ADDITION TO STAFF

    Meagan Brennan has joined the staff at Great Northern Hair Co. in downtown Quincy. She offers cuts, coloring, perms, pedicures and manicures. Megan lives in Portola where she has worked for the last two years.

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