Business Scene for the week of 12/2/2009

    The Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce is having its annual holiday mixer Tuesday, Dec. 8, from 5:30-7 p.m. It’ll be at the Mohawk Community Center in Blairsden and is co-hosted by the Mohawk Community Resource Center.

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Business Scene for the week of 11/25/2009

Free electronic waste disposal

This Saturday, Nov. 26, you can get rid of any unwanted computers, monitors, televisions and other electronic devices for free by taking them to Feather River Disposal’s transfer sites in Quincy, Greenville and Chester between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Also, make a note that beginning Dec. 1, and continuing until Mar. 31, all transfer sites will only be open Friday through Monday from 9-4.

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Business Scene for the week of 11/18/2009

    Former Roseville resident Mannie Lucido has been named manager of Best Western Rose Quartz Inn and the Chester Manor Motel. He brings 25 years experience in hotel management and said he is looking forward to working with the staff to make sure their guests not only enjoy their stay but will also want to return. One of the property’s owners, Chuck Van Paemel, said they are glad to have Mannie and the experience he brings to their Chester facilities.

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Business Scene for 11/11/2009

Plumas Bank’s Dorine Beckman, assistant vice president and regional commercial loan officer, has earned the title of certified commercial lender through the California Bankers Association.  She attended a six-month, comprehensive program and passed an extensive exam to earn the certification. Dorine has been with Plumas Bank more than 22 years. California Bankers Association is one of the largest state banking trade associations and represents more than 200 members.

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Business Scene for 11/4/2009

    Mary K. Shelters has opened her law practice on Peninsula Drive at Lake Almanor. She has been a licensed attorney since 1979, but decided to change careers when she and husband Blake, a local architect, moved here from Southern California six years ago. After witnessing what a family member in another state had to deal with when they filed for bankruptcy protection, Mary decided to hang out her legal shingle once again to help others through the maze of the current bankruptcy system. She can be reached at 596-3004.

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