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Business Scene for the week of 8/30/2013

labor day sales event

Several Chester-area businesses are opening their doors this Labor Day weekend with spectacular sales and services offered this coming weekend. Coupled with the terrific deals they are offering, the Lake Almanor Elks Lodge is having a fish fry Friday night and a special breakfast Sunday morning. Proceeds from those two meals benefit its Christmas Angel Project for needy children. Great day trip this weekend!

antique appraisals offered

Certified antique appraiser Linda Brennan will conduct appraisals Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Quincy United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is hosted by Chapter KH of PEO International, a philanthropic organization that promotes and supports education for women. Linda will provide individual written appraisals for up to two items for $20, which includes a light lunch and beverage. Linda also co-owns Village Antiques and Collectibles on Lawrence Street in Quincy.

closed for some remodeling

Pangaea Cafe & Pub in downtown Quincy will be closed for remodeling from Monday, Sept. 2, through Sunday, Sept. 8. Owner Holly Callahan is certain you’ll love the new look when she reopens for business Monday, Sept. 9.

paint centers’ recycling offer

Bring in any unwanted paints, stains or lacquers to Chester Paint Center, Quincy Paint Center or Susanville Paint Center and they will dispose of it for free, plus give you a coupon good for $25 off your next Kelly Moore paint purchase of $100 or more. Don’t forget, they are certified to repair airless paint sprayers.

Barber joins great northern

Stacey Harrison has joined the staff at Great Northern Hair Co. in its new East Quincy location next to Papa’s Donuts. Excluding some time she spent traveling with her husband, Stacey has lived in Quincy since 1986. Some will remember that she ran a barbershop in the same building where Great Northern is now. Stacey specializes in men’s haircuts and will trim beards and mustaches. For the girls, she says short and sassy style haircuts are her forte. She also does ear piercing.

more candles to light …

It’s the eighth anniversary for physical therapist Kory Felker as owner of Plumas Physical Therapy. His clinic is located in the medical complex behind the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy. Kory and his well-trained and knowledgeable staff provide a full range of services that range from addressing simple aches and pains to full-on rehabilitation after major surgery.

Richard Caley, owner of Caley Electric located in Cromberg, is celebrating his ninth year in business serving Plumas County. Whether it’s commercial or residential properties, Richard says there isn’t a job that is either too small or too big for him to tackle.

Now with 17 years of experience, Mike and Linda Gamberg are still going strong as proprietors of Yagotawana Outfitters in Quincy. They do custom embroidery, screen-printing and art design.

Red’s Meadow Ranch is now in its 19th year of business. Roger Douglass and Mildred Balben offer trail rides, half-day rides, pack charters, hunting and fishing tours, horseshoeing, horse training, riding lessons and boarding. They are open year-round and can be found on C Road just above Clio.

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