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Business Scene for the week of 8/15/2012

new name, new award-winning chef

Award-winning chef David Sypnicki is the new executive chef at Aspen Grill, the newly re-named restaurant at Chalet View Lodge on Highway 70 just west of Portola. David just moved to the area from Chico where he was chef de cuisine at Grana restaurant. On a recent visit, he fell in love with the area and the Chalet View property in particular, which prompted the move. David’s credentials also include being the executive chef at Cafe Mingo in Portland, where he won restaurant of the year for 1996-97. He is taking advantage of the wood-fired oven to create a variety of small plates, pizzas and entrees.

 

new carpet cleaning system

Some of you might have already seen Quincy Carpet and Window Care’s shiny new trailer around town. Owners Rick and Laura Marchus use it to transport the brand new state-of-the-art carpet cleaning equipment they recently purchased to provide the best service for their clients. It also shows the couple’s commitment to serving the area.

 

 

more and more candles…

Connie Kunsman has owned and operated Connie’s Place, a delightful treasure trove on Highway 70 just west of Portola, for 36 years! Her secondhand treasures include antiques, furniture, household items, collectibles, books and jewelry.

 

Dave’s Carpet and Window Cleaning in Quincy enjoys its 14th successful year cleaning carpets, upholstery and windows. Proprietor Dave Reynolds has built a solid reputation for quality work and unsurpassed customer satisfaction throughout Plumas County.

Dan Sidorak celebrates his eighth year with Maple Leaf Flooring in Chester. He is a hardwood-flooring expert with more than 35 years of experience refinishing, recoating, repairing and installing.

 

Sure adds up! JoAnn Prince at Great Northern Hair Co. in Quincy has been a licensed hair stylist for 51 years, 34 of those years in Quincy and 32 years at Great Northern! Those who know JoAnn know she takes immense pride in a variety of community projects and has done so over the last several decades. She actively volunteers her time and energy for the local service clubs and other organizations. Be sure to thank her for all she has done and will continue to do.

 

It’s the 30th anniversary for American Valley Hardware in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy. Gary and Mary Vogt have a tremendously well-stocked store with everything from paint, plumbing, electrical and automotive parts and supplies to household appliances and gift items.

 

Originally opened in 1999, St. Bernard Lodge, Bed & Breakfast has been operated by Jim and Sharon for 14 years. The lodge is located on Highway 36, 10 miles west of Chester and only 20 minutes from Lassen Volcanic National Park. The lodge offers lots of services and amenities, including horse boarding.

 

It’s the 12th anniversary for Rick and Eileen Greenly’s Papa Murphy’s Pizza. It isconveniently locatedin the post office building in Quincy. They are known for their award-winning delicious take and bake pizzas. Their recently acquired business, Dunn’s Midtown Coffee, next to Papa Murphy’s, enjoys its 16th birthday this month!

 

 

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