With regret, Plumas District Hospital announced the early departure of Dr. Charles Eck, who was slated to work at the hospital for nine months. Unfortunately, shortly after he began seeing patients at Quincy Family Medicine, Dr. Eck learned of a personal medical issue to which he must attend immediately. No word on a replacement has been made yet.
GAS PURCHASES HELP G'VILLE HIGH
John Papenhausen at Mohawk Trading Co. in Greenville will donate a portion of its sales to Greenville High School. One cent from the sale of every gallon of gasoline sold during the month will be given to GHS to help fund field trips, science projects, tutoring, reward barbecues and the school's good citizenship awards.
GREENVILLE CHAMBER MIXER
Mt. Huff Golf Course is the site of the next Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce mixer Friday, Oct. 8. The main dish, ham, will be provided. Guests are asked to bring a complementary dish to share. At sunset, there will be a contest using glow-in-the-dark golf balls. The chamber wants R.S.V.P.s by Oct. 5, call 284-6633.
LE COQ CLOSED FOR WEEK
Caf LeCoq in Quincy is just closing Sept. 30 - Oct. 5. Owners Patrick and Donata are taking their little girl, Simone, to the Shriners Children's Hospital for another surgery. They apologize for any inconvenience and invite you to come in when they reopen for some of Patrick's fall favorites!
NEW NAME, NEW LOCATION
After six years in Blairsden proper, Susan Wilson, C.R.M, M.P. has moved her massage business, renamed Still Point Massage, to the Corner Barn at Highway 70 and 89. Susan said her new location is readily accessible and larger, with plenty of convenient parking. Susan will also showcase her artwork, which is for sale.
OUR CONTINUED BEST WISHES...
Celebrating 33 years (yes, 33 years!!!) is Bill Battagin's Feather River Stoveworks and Feather River Solar Electric in historical downtown Taylorsville. Bill prides himself on having the largest display of woodstoves - featuring Hearthstone, Osburn and Jotul - in Plumas, Lassen and Sierra counties.
Mouser Brothers Enterprises in Quincy at the Feather River Industrial Park off Lee Road, is celebrating its 10th year in business. From energy efficient doors, to organizing your garage or closets, to custom-built cabinets and countertops, Jason and his staff have something to offer for every home tailored to the family's budget.
Highly regarded Chester optometrist Dr. Fred Feil has been taking care of eye and vision needs in the Chester-Lake Almanor Basin for 20 years. During those two decades, Dr. Feil has expanded the myriad of services to include medical and surgical care, including refractive surgery and small incision cataract surgery.