|Hair salon opens|
|Lifelong Chester resident Kaitlyn Caunedo has opened her own salon, The Garden Salon & Spa. She provides a full range of services, including hair styling, coloring and extensions; manicures; pedicures; and waxing in her two-room boutique located next to Chelssa’s Flowers and Events on Main Street in Chester. Photo by Cheri McIntire|
chester chamber halloween mixer
Come join the fun at the Lake Almanor Area Chamber’s Halloween mixer at Morning Star Log Furniture.Owners Mike and Cathy Simmonsare hosting a costume party (costumes not required) and gathering for the community Thursday,Oct. 24, 5 – 7 p.m. Enjoy some hot chili around the bonfire and a libation from the chamber’s bar cart.
chester, quincy businesses move
Fran Gray has relocated her Chester business, Back Porch Consignment & Gift Home Furnishings, to 209 Main St., near Ayoob’s Ace Hardware. Her new location is bright and cheery and provides a great showcase for her eclectic array of merchandise. This is Fran’s 12th year in business.
she can do most anything
Nine-year Quincy resident Rosetta Kilby has started a new business providing a slew of services. Operating as Dragonfly Rose, she’s the perfect “Girl Friday.” Rose can tackle most any odd jobs that you might need done including — but not limited to — housekeeping, yard work, errands, temporary assignments, house and pet sitting and assorted business and bookkeeping functions. She has worked in customer service capacities, which makes her a good candidate for businesses and offices needing someone to fill in for vacation relief. She can be reached at 283-1382.