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Business Scene for the week of 1/12/2011

quincy veterinarian returns

After taking a break and rehabbing from a successful hip replacement, longtime Quincy resident and veterinarian Dr. Jeff Hurst is once again taking appointments. He will be in the office Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - noon, at his small animal hospital, Feather River Veterinary Clinic on Highway 70 in East Quincy. Dr. Hurst has been taking care of pets locally for 35 years, making him the longest practicing vet in Plumas County.

 

roper’s horses is moving

Kathe Roper has temporarily closed her Quincy business, Roper’s Horses, so she can relocate from her current location next to the post office to the vacant building across from Quincy High School she and her husband Ken recently purchased. Kathe plans to reopen in March with lots of new items and is enthusiastic about having lots more room to grow her inventory in this much larger, more conveniently located facility. In the meantime, should you need something call the store at 283-4677. If they don’t answer, leave a message.

just so you know…

Main Street Artists Gallery, located in the Old Clinch Building in Quincy’s renowned financial district, is available for private events, receptions and parties. And don’t forget, the first Friday of each month there is a new art opening and reception for featured artists. Be sure to check it out!

 

FOUR-YEAR anniversary

The Best Western Rose Quartz Inn is celebrating its fourth year in business in Chester. Owners Chuck and Laura Van Paemel and their general manager Mannie Lucido are proud of the fact that the Inn has received the “Chairman’s Award” for the past three years. This is the highest honor offered by the hotel chain. Onsite judging criteria include cleanliness, design, customer service and maintenance.  The 50-room facility features meeting rooms, an exercise center, an outdoor spa and several other amenities. Mannie and his staff are committed to making sure their guests not only enjoy their stay, but also want to return. High-speed wireless Internet access will soon be available throughout the hotel.

 

village antiques’ winter break

Quincy’s Village Antiques, Collectables and Gifts will be closed Jan. 15 - Feb. 1. Owners Linda Brennan, Sandra Lee and Marilu Dillard will reopen their unique Lawrence Street store Feb. 2 with lots of new items.

 

new location, new stylist

Now fully operational in her new location, Shear Magic II owner and stylist Linda Leclerc announced that Kaitlyn (Kaity) Caunedo has joined the salon. After graduating from Chester High, Kaity moved to Chico where she spent three years in the trade. Linda is excited to welcome Kaity with her young, fresh hair styling experience.  The salon’s new location is 289 Main St. between Holiday and Plumas Tire in Chester.

 

plumas visitors guide in the works

It may only be January, but it’s already time to once again begin focusing our attention to tourism this summer in Plumas County and the impact it has on our local economy.

We agree with a host of local business people and community leaders that tourism this summer in Plumas County will be alive and well. Those visitors opting for more day trips, weekend jaunts and full-blown vacations closer to home will bring a much needed and important infusion of dollars into our local economy.

To that end, we are already working on our annual Plumas County Visitors Guide. Local business owners and service providers should continue to consider this colorful and informative publication a “must buy” annual advertising investment.

This is the official tourist guide for the area and is published each year by the Plumas County Visitors Bureau in partnership with Feather Publishing.

The full color glossy magazine is packed full of information about virtually everything our county has to offer to both visitors and locals alike. Through the entire year, some 90,000 copies are distributed free to hundreds of locations in our region.

As an added value, we also post the entire magazine in a very user-friendly format on our website, plumasnews.com, to make it as convenient and informative as possible for those planning a trip to our corner of the world.

The deadline for advertising space will be here soon. If your advertising representative has not yet approached you and you want to make sure to reserve your space in this product, call your local newspaper office or give me a call at 283-0800. We’re ready and willing to help you design an effective ad tailored to both your budget and your business.

Your advertising investment and partnership makes it possible to produce this comprehensive and informative guide to picturesque Plumas County. Help us help you capitalize on this opportunity by investing some of your hard-earned advertising dollars into the single most effective product used to entice families to Plumas County.

 

more anniversaries to note…

Made possible by so many of you supporting your local businesses that give so much back to their community!

Julian Mark has now owned and operated J’s Feather River Rental for a year. With the help of general manager Randy Mark, she has expanded her Delleker business to provide a vast assortment of rental items, coupled with a talented labor pool for those needing any assistance.

Our best to Chester’s Kristy Lee, as she begins her 13th year of business this month. Never Neverland is a preschool and after school care program for school-aged children. Be on the watch for her annual cookie dough fundraiser later this month.

 

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