Business Scene for the week of 8/4/2010


Realtor receives certification

            Jane Staudenmayer attended a symposium for the National Association of Realtors in South Lake Tahoe recently where she was certified as a resort and second home specialist. This new RSPS designation is awarded to real estate professionals who wish to demonstrate and promote to consumers their expertise in the specialty. According to the NAR, there are fewer than 1,200 Realtors in the nation with this certification. Jane has had her real estate license for 15 years and has worked the last five years for Century 21 Lake Almanor Real Estate, which is owned and operated by Broker Mary Getz.

New barber in Quincy

            George Scheuchenzuber III now works at Hugh’s Barber Shop on Main Street in Quincy across from the courthouse. George welcomes walk-ins and appointments for men and children’s haircuts and hot shaves for men.

Opens new chiropractic office

            Steven P. Grosse, D.C. is opening a second chiropractic office in Graeagle at The Barn complex on the corner of Highway 89 and 70. He will be available at Graeagle Chiropractic Monday - Friday from 1 - 4 p.m. and at his well-established Quincy Chiropractic location on East Highway 70 from 6 a.m. to noon Monday - Friday. Appointments may be made for either office by calling 283-5666 or 262-4791.

Attends colorado equine course

Susan Holmes, CEAP of Heaven’s Gate Equine Acupressure in Quincy, just completed a graduate course in equine acupressure and massage. The course, Integrated Massage and Acupressure: Caring for Tendon and Ligament Conditions, was offered at Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute in Larkspur, Colorado. Susan said the traditional Chinese medicine approach to tendon and ligament health, causative factors in injuries, and therapeutic protocols were the focus of the course. The materials and information imparted will add a new layer of depth to Susan’s equine acupressure practice. For more information, visit heavensgateequine.com or call 248-1182.


Certified quickbooks specialist

Laura Sprague, a bookkeeper at Smith Financial Services for the last 12 years, has recently completed the required courses to become an Intuit certified professional advisor for all 2009 and 2010 versions of QuickBooks accounting software.  Laura has nine years of extensive experience with this popular software dealing with setup, training, bookkeeping and accounting services and support.  To contact Laura for a consultation request, QuickBooks users can select “Find a local QuickBooks expert" from the help menu located in the software program or you can e-mail her at 2833292@sbcglobal.net


Debit and credit cards accepted

            In their ongoing effort to better serve their customers, Stan Todorov and Ivan Tochev now accept credit and debit cards at their Lake Almanor restaurant, Bobby Roma’s. Located across the street from Coldwell Banker on Peninsula Drive, the restaurant features chicken, ribs and shish kabobs.


Racking up the years…

Joseph and Kathryn Fisher are enjoying their eighth year in business in Quincy with Bullet Information Technology Solutions. They provide an array of computer services that include maintenance and repairs, networking solutions and software support. Kathryn also offers mobile notary services throughout Plumas County.          

             It’s kind of confusing to acknowledge the hardworking Dave Reynolds and the two years he has actively been operating Dave’s Carpet and Window Cleaning given the 12 years experience he has in the trade. But, that is how long he has been back taking care of his customers from his fully-equipped and completely self-contained service vehicle with its own fresh water supply and generator.

             Teri Haas is now in her eighth year with her very successful — as evidenced by the smiling faces on her four-legged customers — Top Dog Grooming Studio. You will find her studio located off Quincy Junction Road on Bell Lane.



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