Business Scene for the week of 5/2/2012

two promoted to vice presidents

Angela Pehrson has been promoted to vice president, human resources manager and Elizabeth Steffen to vice president, technology resources manager at Plumas Bank.

Angela joined the bank in 2006 and received her professional human resources certification in 2010.  Her responsibilities include developing and maintaining corporate HR policies, ensuring compliance and enhancing employee growth and productivity.

Elizabeth joined the bank in 2009. She manages network administration, eBanking and the customer resource center. She is accountable for directing and ensuring the effective, efficient and secure operation of all technological functions of the bank. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration/information systems and her master’s in technology management from the University of Phoenix.

Rose Dembosz, executive vice president and bank operations manager, said, “Angie has mastered the core HR principles through the complex certification process and has demonstrated strong commitment and dedication to the employees of Plumas Bank. Elizabeth’s leadership, loyalty and experience have been instrumental in the bank’s growth. Both Angie Pehrson and Elizabeth Steffen have worked extremely hard and are very deserving of their promotion to vice president. We look forward to their ongoing involvement in the strategic future of Plumas Bank.”


free comic books sunday

Scott and Dana Cash, owners of Stoneleaf in downtown Quincy, are having a free comic book (and other giveaways) day this Sunday, May 6. A day of fun — including HeroClix and other unique games — begins at 11 a.m. Their new Main Street store now has a foosball table, lots of gift items, fair trade clothing, hats, jewelry, video games and much more.


beckwith tavern serving dinners

The historic Beckwith Tavern on Highway 70 in Beckwourth is now serving dinner Wednesday through Sunday. The dinner menu — created and prepared by Valerie Maher — features steaks, salmon, pasta and Valerie’s favorite: sea scallops. They also feature brunch on Sundays. Her homemade pies are a must try when you visit!


plumas pines’ new owners

Dwayne and Nina Oller are the new owners of Plumas Pines Restaurant nestled on the west shore of Lake Almanor. They will be opening for the season May 4 just in time for a Cinco de Mayo celebration and later a Mother’s Day brunch. Chef Christian Anderson presents an extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menu featuring Angus beef and house-made breads and desserts. The full bar is complemented with a nice selection of fine wines — all to be enjoyed with both inside and outside tables affording spectacular views of the lake.

more season openings…

Carol’s Cafe and West Shore Deli in Prattville is opening for its 41st season May 3.  Owner Carol Franchetti attributes her success to continuing to enhance her menu of “comfort foods with a new blend of flavors.” This winter Carol did some upgrading to the facility including hickory wood flooring in the dining area and replacing the front windows. This only enhanced the cozy mountainy atmosphere


Dianna’s Restaurant at the Lake Almanor Country Club Golf Course is open for the season.  Chef Dianna Guess has more than 30 years catering experience and 10 in the restaurant business. She invites everyone to come for a quiet dinner and try one of her “chef’s specialties” or enjoy a Sunday brunch.


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