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Business Scene for the week of 5/23/2013

chiropractor’s insurance notice

Effective June 7, Dr. Bruce Walker has terminated his contract with Blue Shield. On July 16 he will no longer handle Anthem Blue Cross, including State Compensation Insurance Fund, Cigna and all ASHP plans. He has sent a notice to the patients of his Quincy practice with more details. Although they are no longer a participating provider, they will send in claims but payment will have to be made at the time of service.

caboost now at burger depot

Julie Rohr, formerly of Main Street Coffee Bar, is now making her specialty coffee drinks, smoothies and fresh baked pastries at Caboost, at the Burger Depot on Main Street in Chester. She’s serving Thursday through Monday, 6 – 11 a.m.

 

pet vaccinations half price

Dr. Bob Nelson at Nelson’s Veterinary Services in Chester will provide all vaccinations at half price May 28 through May 30. This is something Dr. Nelson has generously done each year for many, many years. Appointments are necessary; call 258-7264.

 

seasonal openings…

Beginning May 31, Romano’s Certified Farmers Market at Sierra Valley Farms will open for the season and continue every Friday through Sept. 30. The market is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and features an assortment of fresh products from local growers. Their ever-popular cooking events with guest chefs will be featured numerous times this season as well. The farm is located at 1329 County Road A23 in Beckwourth.

McLaughlin’s Road House on Highway 89in the heart of Crescent Mills is open for the season. Customers can enjoy what is said to be the best Philly cheesesteak in Plumas County or any of the other taste-tempting items from their menu Monday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

celebrating anniversaries …

TheGold Rush Gallery will be celebrating its ninth year in Graeagle this Memorial Day weekend, and their 34th year as jewelers, doing business as The Gold Rush. The gallery itself presents the work of more than 125 of America’s finest craft and jewelry artisans, including local, regional and national artists. Featuring the creative jewelry work of gallery owners Ken and Debbie McMaster, they specialize in custom jewelry design including gold quartz and gold nugget jewelry and their line of mountain scene jewelry. Expert jewelry repair is also available. “We are continually blessed and excited to bring such quality jewelry, crafts and variety to Plumas County and all our visitors,” Ken said.

 

Caron Chance has been in the catering business locally for 17 years. She owns and operates the obviously very successful Back Door Catering Co. in Quincy at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Caron caters any type or size event offering a selection of items to meet any special needs and every budget. Her husband, Kenny, is a licensed general contractor in his sixth year of business with Chance Construction Co.

 

memorial day barbecue

Gunnar and Candi Garrett and Mary Gow, co-owners of the Double G Iron Horse Salon in beautiful downtown Westwood, are hosting a Memorial Day barbecue with hot dogs, hamburgers and chili Monday, May 27, from 4 to 8 p.m.

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