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Business Scene for the week of 9/6/2013

CASH MOb HITs I.V. BUSINESS

   Here’s a great twist on the term ‘flash mob’ that was first coined in 2003. Typically, it is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, and then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression. Locally, some 20–25 Indian Valley women from several groups and organizations — churches, water aerobics folks, a bunko card club and others — got together with their own twist and descended on Crescent Country Sunday, Aug. 25, for an impromptu ‘Cash Mob’ shopping spree. It was the groups’ way of showing their love and support to longtime owners Barbara Tucker and Lisa Forcino and also to thank them for the many challenges they know the two have faced over the years to keep the unique gift store open. The Cash Mob came, shopped and spent, leaving in their wake a heartfelt message of gratitude and love to Barbara and Lisa.

   Wouldn’t it be terrific if this Cash Mob concept caught on throughout Plumas County? I’d be hard-pressed to name one of our small businesses that couldn’t use a nice little cash infusion right about now!

‘First Friday’ art show sept. 6

Come enjoy the “First Friday” art show and reception Sept. 6, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the beautiful Blue Goose Fine Art Gallery on Main Street in Chester. Owner Debbie Groesser says this month’s theme at the Gallery of Artists display is “Native Ways.” And, of course, there will be lots of prizes, refreshments and plenty of small-town fun showcasing what can be considered big-town talent.

   … and anniversary party sept. 7

The Blue Goose Art Gallery opened two years ago as a fledging cooperative with more than 35 artists. To commemorate this milestone, the artists want to thank the public for its support and invite you to come celebrate Saturday, Sept. 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Debbie promises to have lots of delicious refreshments and plenty of great prizes to present that day at her Main Street Chester gallery.

free sodas all month long

Diners enjoying Round Table Pizza’s popular all-you-can-eat pizza and salad bar lunch buffet are in for an added treat this month. The staff is giving away free sodas with every buffet ordered. The lunch buffet is served Monday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., and they are located in Quincy’s Plumas Pines Shopping Center.

annual reduced price pet clinic

Once again, Dr. Doyle Rolston is offering reduced prices at his annual dog and cat vaccination clinic scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 10, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m., at the parking lot for Evergreen Market in Greenville. Folks from Plumas County Animal Control will also be on hand to provide fast, convenient licensing services. Dr. Rolston owns the Indian Valley Veterinary Clinic on Arlington Road in Crescent Mills.

restaurant’s anniversary

Gary and Bee at Sweet Lorraine’s on Main Street in Quincy next to Bank of America take note of their eighth year running this popular lunch and dinner restaurant. Gary extends a special thanks to his “terrific staff” and “fantastic customers” for making this possible. Besides being known for its friendly atmosphere, Chef Gary has made quite a reputation for his prowess around the kitchen. Whether it’s his tasty lunch sandwiches and specials or his mouth-watering steaks, seafood or pasta on the dinner menu, Gary does it right!

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