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Business Scene for the week of 9/20/2013

bank hires vp, IT manager

Aaron Boigon has joined Plumas Bank as vice president, information technology manager. He has more than 16 years of technology and business management experience, most recently as vice president at IQ Technology in Reno. Aaron lived in Quincy and Portola during his junior high and high school years. He went on to graduate from the University of Washington in 1997, double majoring in philosophy and history, but his intrinsic interest in computers led him to a career in the technology field. He has several industry-related business and technical certifications, including being a Microsoft certified systems engineer as well as a VMware certified professional. “Aaron’s strong leadership skills and extensive experience in IT management make him an excellent addition to the team,” said Rose Dembosz, executive vice president and operations manager for the bank.

truck repair business relocates

Lucas Hall has relocated his Quincy-based auto and truck repair business, Luke’s From the Ground Up Truck Repair, to 289 Crescent St. across from the Gold Pan Lodge. Luke, who has 15 years of experience, specializes in mid-size truck repairs, but said he works on any truck or auto and is certified by the Bureau of Automotive Repair.

final barbecue, 75th birthday bash

Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch is having its season finale Friday night barbecue coupled with a 75th birthday party for co-owner Ralph Wilburn on Friday, Sept. 27, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. For just the price of their famous barbecued meal, you enjoy a special guest appearance by “Buckaroo Girl” Adrian Brannan who, along with several other local musicians, will perform throughout the evening. Wagon and horseback rides are available, but be sure to make a reservation. The dude ranch is located near Spring Garden, about 10 miles east of Quincy just off Highway 70.

new location for quincy wellness

Quincy Yoga and Wellness Center is moving from East Quincy to the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in a spot next to the Plumas Cafe. A gala grand opening celebration is set for Monday, Sept. 30, from 5 to 7 p.m. At their new location, a full schedule of yoga, Zumba, cardio-core, gentle fit and kids gymnastics classes begins Oct. 1.

Almanor artist on kvie AUCTION

The on-air auction for public television station KVIE scheduled for Sept. 20 – 22 will be featuring Lake Almanor artist Pam Trebes, of Trebes Studios. “Fall Equinox Light,” a natural light photo, will be Pam’s featured auction entry. In most areas, this pubic broadcasting station is on channel 6.

anniversary kudos to all…

Kathy Holden celebrates her third year of business with Tidbits in Canyon Dam. Her gift and goodies shop offers a variety of antiques, handcrafted jewelry, hand-blown perfume bottles and diffusers, gourmet snacks, imported English teas and just a lot, lot more. Many of her dry goods and jewelry items feature a Native American motif.

  Becky’s Energy Logs is celebrating its first anniversary. Owner Becky Morrill sells 100 percent natural, fuel-efficient energy logs from her store on Bonta Street in downtown Blairsden. She also sells pellets for pellet stoves and now accepts wood vouchers from the Home Energy Assistance Program. The store is open Wednesday through Saturday or by appointment; call 258-7969.

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