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Business Scene for the week of 8/1/2013

computer repairs, systems

Samantha and Brian Williams, of Portola, have started a new business called Williams Computer Repair. They repair personal computers, laptops and networking systems, serving all of Plumas County. Brian is quite talented and can also assist in building custom gaming PCs. The couple has lived in Plumas County for more than 10 years and has one son, Nathaniel Eric Robert Williams.

Local Business Owner Honored

At SERVPRO’s 44th annual convention held in Anaheim recently, Robert Rossini, owner of the SERVPRO of Chico/Lake Almanor office in Chester, was awarded the company’s Bronze Award for outstanding revenue performance.

“I’m proud to have earned this award this year,” said Robert. “Everyone at SERVPRO is dedicated to being the leader in our industry in the Chico and now Lake Almanor area.” They are an industry leader in disaster cleanup, restoration and remediation services.

At the convention, in addition to the awards ceremony, this year’s convention offered more than 60 sessions covering more than 30 topics.

 

bakery’s open house

Jeanne Brovelli, owner of Jenelli’s Bakery on Main Street in downtown Quincy, is having an open house Friday, Aug. 2, from 4 to 7 p.m. Be sure to stop by and see what Jeanne is cooking up!

 
old habits are hard to break

Just a reminder that JoAnn Prince and Grace-Ann Mason have moved their legendary store, Great Northern Hair Co., from downtown Quincy to a new locationin East Quincy next door to Papa’s Donuts. They tell us all the inventory — clothing, jewelry and tanning beds — has been moved; including their extensive live of hair products and their full-service salon equipment used for hair styling, manicures and pedicures.

 

anniversary congratulations …

Skills 4 Living Therapy celebrates its five-year anniversary this summer. The practice, run by Jeanne M. Harper, provides occupational therapy and hand therapy services to the area. It is located within the Chalet View Lodge Commerce Center on Highway 70 between Portola and Blairsden.

Jeanne is the only licensed occupational therapist and certified hand therapist providing services in Plumas and Sierra counties. She also contracts services to Eastern Plumas Heath Care patients in Portola and Loyalton, and has more than 30 years of OT and 12 years CHT experience.

“Occupational therapists help patients of all ages live a more productive life by teaching them to adapt and live better with an illness or disability such as a hand injury or stroke. We also help patients learn methods to prevent injuries,” she said.

 

It’s the third year for George Westbrook of George’s Mobile Slaughtering & Custom Butchering in Quincy. George offers mobile slaughtering without any travel charges. His experience includes wild game, beef, swine, lambs and goats. If you buy a 4-H animal at the annual livestock auction at the fair, keep his services in mind.

 

Gary and Ellen Foss’ Lakeside Construction and Painting recently turned 34. Gary is a general contractor and also offers highly specialized bat and bird removal services.

 

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