lucky winner in chester
During Chester’s Christmas Merchants Open House, Lassen Gift Co. offered a chance to get a discount on the items visitors purchased that night. Owner Sharon Henry said several customers received discounts of 10 to 40 percent, but the highlight was when Carolyn Erickson, from Gridley, drew a ticket for 100 percent off her purchase and walked out the door with more than $70 in free merchandise. Sharon said over the years they have had several 100 percent off tickets drawn and “it’s always exciting,” since the winners don’t know until after the sale is totaled.
three more newspapers available
In addition to home and newsstand delivery of the Reno Gazette Journal, Randy Scurry now offers the same daily service for the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and New York Times in the Quincy-Portola areas. For subscriptions and more information regarding those four newspapers email him at email@example.com call 927-7030.
Those interested in receiving the San Francisco Chronicle in the greater Chester, Lake Almanor and Westwood areas can get their paper delivered by Mike and Sandra Hardigan. They can be reached at 284-7908. Steve Carr takes care of Chronicle readers in the greater Quincy, Graeagle, Portola and Indian Valley areas. To subscribe in those areas call Steve at 284-6761.
here’s to many, many more…
Attorney Mary K. Shelters completed her third year practicing in Plumas County from her offices in Greenville. Mary, a lawyer for 33 years, specializes in bankruptcy protection and negotiates settlements with unsecured creditors for those clients who cannot protect their assets in bankruptcy.
Bob and Julie Hatzell celebrate five years with Quincy’s popular Alley Cat Café. Being located inside the West End Theatre has given Julie the opportunity to pursue hosting evening entertainment, community events, meetings and private parties. But she still serves espresso, coffee, tea, smoothies and pastries Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Two years ago Kory Felker opened Plumas Physical Therapy’s Graeagle office. He also operates the Quincy facility located behind the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. Oh, and congratulations to Kory and Stacey on their upcoming “new arrival”!
Greg Marr and his associates at Manni Funeral Home and Evergreen Crematory in Portola celebrate their fourth year in business this month. Greg has been a funeral director for 25 years and offers his services throughout Plumas, Sierra and Lassen counties.
Barbara and Scott Tanner have been taking care of businesses with Scott Tanner Business Equipment for 18 years. In addition to being an authorized Sharp dealer, they service and sell an assortment of copy and fax machines and supplies throughout Plumas, Lassen, Sierra and Modoc counties.
Al Holloway opened Holloway Engineering,his mechanical engineering business at Quincy’s Gansner Airfield, 21 years ago. Al, who has 47 years in the trade, and his team specialize in rebuilding radial piston engines — the kind commonly used in antique airplanes and biplanes. The engines are shipped to their Quincy facility from customers around the world. For the non-aviators that need help with precision computerized machining or heli-arc welding, they do that as well.