mill works takes a winter break
Tim and Cathy Kurdupski will close their business, Graeagle Mill Works, March 1 for their routine winter break. They will reopen the restaurant April 1 for the season.
usfs contract writing assistance
The Shasta College Small Business Development Center is assisting small businesses that are trying to obtain US Forest Service fire support contacts. There is no cost for this service; call the college at 225-2770 to make an appointment in Susanville or Redding.
staying on top of the LATEST
Margie Meeker, Country Style Salon in Greenville, recently attended a seminar offered by the manufacturer of one of her most popular products, Aquage, which Margie says is also a leader in education. She took classes on the Luna Bridal collection and updos. She said she learned the creative art of bridal hairstyling and other “high level styling techniques for that red carpet glamour.”
we love lighting the candles…
Joyce and Hardy are celebrating their third anniversary as owners of Skyline Home Improvements in Greenville. As general contractors, they specialize in roofing, skylights, repairs and fixing dry rot, but also do siding, decks, gutters, windows and more. Joyce says their customer satisfaction, resulting in lots of referrals, has helped the business grow.
The industrious Julian Mark begins her third year as proprietor of J’s Feather River Rental. Her Delleker business offers a vast array of rental items for virtually any light- or heavy-duty project, along with access to a pool of hardworking laborers and skilled craftsmen for those needing any assistance with most any project.
Our best to Chester’s Kristy Lee, as she begins her 15th year of business this month. Never Neverland is a preschool and after school care program for school-aged children.
Two years ago Ed Wistos became affiliated with the True Value franchise. In doing so, he succeeded in bringing Chester/Lake Almanor area folks a fully stocked Chester True Value Hardware store to completely and cost-effectively serve their needs.
Quincy business joins the ‘FITE’
Nearly 400 salons and spas nationwide — including Great Northern Hair Co. in Quincy — are joining Dermalogica, the number one skin care product, in celebrating women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship in March. Come join JoAnn and Grace Ann for a “skin party” Thursday, March 10, from 4 – 7 p.m. You’ll get to feel and experience Dermalogica firsthand with a representative available to answer all of your skin care questions!
In honor of National Women’s History Month in March, Dermalogica accounts across the United States are teaming up to support the number one professional skin care brand’s participation in a new global philanthropic initiative, Financial Independence Through Entrepreneurship(joinFITE.org), which aims to give women worldwide a hand up in achieving financial autonomy.
The mission of FITE is to help a minimum of 25,000 women in the United States and 56 countries around the world start or grow a business through consumer and corporate active participation in micro lending. Consumers who purchase these products may participate in the funding of loans for these entrepreneurs by visiting joinFITE.org and redeeming a code issued on the packaging. That action triggers a $1 contribution from Dermalogica that the consumer allocates towards funding an entrepreneur of his or her choosing. Consumers have the ability to allocate the funds to an entrepreneur from the region and trade of their choice and receive progress updates from the specific entrepreneur they have funded which track how the donation has been invested and repaid.