Business Scene for the week of 9/15/2010

Two more physicians at PDH clinics

North Fork Family Medicine and Quincy Family Medicine, both clinics of Plumas District Hospital, announced the addition of two additional physicians.  Erins Barnes, M.D. has been seeing patients in the North Fork Family Medical offices since August.  Charles Eck, M.D. began seeing patients last week in the Quincy Family Medicine facility.

Dr. Barnes is from Kansas and obtained her medical degree from University of Kansas School of Medicine.  She completed her family medicine residency last December at Sutter Health in Sacramento.

Dr. Charles Eck obtained his medical degree in 1986 from St. Louis University School of Medicine.  He specializes in family practice medicine and most recently spent time practicing in Alabama. Call their respective clinics to make appointments with either doctor.

Have a drink on sweet lorraines!

As a way of thanking their customers for five great years with Sweet Lorraines, Gary and Bea are treating their patrons to a free beverage of choice with any lunch or dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 16-18. “It continues to be our sincere pleasure to serve so many of the fine folks in this community. Buying you a drink is our way of saying thanks for your continued patronage.” And, for those who have yet to experience the ambiance and delicious cuisine offered at this quaint Quincy restaurant, consider this a nice incentive to bring that special someone or the entire family for lunch or dinner.


win a gift certificate

As part of her 18th anniversary celebration, Mtn. Maid Quilters owner Sharon Paine is giving away three gift certificates valued at $50, $35 and $25. While visiting her Chester store — which, by the way, has grown from 500 bolts of fabric to over 2,000 bolts and more than 200 patterns and books — be sure to enter her drawing for the prizes.

scavenger hunt for girls night

The Quincy Merchants Group’s Girls Night Outbegins with a scavenger hunt called ‘Imelda’s Shoe Search’ Sept. 16 - 24. Entry forms and detailed information is available at participating stores identified by window posters. The lucky scavenger will win a pair of shoes from Ayoobs.Girls Night Out, which has evolved into an enormously fun evening, is Friday, Sept. 24 from 4-8 p.m.

vaccination clinic in Quincy

Dr. Gary Klement, D.V.M. is offering a special low-cost vaccination clinic from 5 - 6 p.m. Sept. 22, at American Valley Animal Hospital on Lee Road in East Quincy. Annual and rabies shots for dogs and cats will be offered and staff from the county’s animal control will be on hand for pet licensing if you need assistance.

chester dry cleaning DROP-OFF

Burney Fabricare is now located at B&B Booksellers on Main Street in Chester, report owners Susan Bryner and Dawn Gray. Customers and drop off their dry cleaning and clothes needing alterations. A special discount is available for anyone wanting to join B&B’s Readers Club.

book lovers’ reward system

Christine Crawford at Epilog Books in Quincy has instituted a new incentive to reward her book-buying customers. For every $100 worth of new books purchased, you will receive a $10 gift certificate good for anything in her store. Tracking your purchases is simple, just give them your name at checkout and they do the rest!

Honoring their ACHIEVEMENTS…

Hats off to a premier anchor business in Quincy and the hardworking couple who have, through their continued success, provided a noteworthy number of jobs over its 28 years in business. We’re talking about Gary and Mary Vogt and American Valley Hardware in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy. Need paint, plumbing, electrical, automotive parts and supplies? How about household appliances and gift items? Whatever it is, chances are you will find it at their store and it’ll be priced right!

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