Business Scene for the week of 8/29/2012

Mansell takes over realty firm

Deciding to take things just a little easier and enjoy more of what life has to offer, longtime Quincy Realtors Denny and Faith Swanson have handed over the keys to their well-established real estate business, Town and Country Properties, to their grandson, Johnny Mansell. An open house is set for Wednesday, Sept. 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. at their offices on Main Street in East Quincy. Be sure to stop by and wish each of them well in their new endeavors! Faith and Denny have operated the business since 1983 with Johnny joining the firm in 2006.


featured first friday artists

Be sure not to miss the Blue Goose Gallery of Artists “First Friday” event each month. It’s been a huge success, visitors have enjoyed the fun party-like atmosphere with lots of refreshments and prizes given away. On Sept. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m., come meet and see the talents of Lisa Courtemanch, a watercolor artist and jewelry maker from Susanville; Eva Havelik who works with mixed media and splits her time between Lake Almanor and Reno and photographer Pat Neely from Janesville.The Blue Goose is on Main Street in Chester across from Almanor Flooring.


celebrating anniversaries…

Robin White Nunez is celebrating her second year at her shop on Lawrence Street in Quincy. She offers affordable haircuts, coloring, tanning and waxing. Robin displays handcrafted jewelry and is now adding clothing consignments to the expanding list of fine items she carries.

Budd and Sharon Pence have owned and operated Heat Transfer Systems for 26 years! They provide refrigeration, air conditioning and heating services throughout Northern California. Budd and Sharon also own and operate East Side Laundry in East Quincy.

Chester optometrist Dr. Fred Feil celebrates his 22nd year taking care of eye and vision needs for folks in the Chester-Lake Almanor Basin. His services include medical and surgery eye care, including refractive surgery and small incision cataract surgery.

It’s 12 years for Dennis and Ginny Hardgrave as owners of Pine Shack Frost, a popular fast food restaurant in the heart of Chester that built its reputation on friendly service!

Sierra Coffee and Beverage begins its ninth year providing coffee-making systems and other vending machines and bottled water to businesses throughout Plumas and Lassen counties with its three mobile vans. It is owned and operated by Michael Shannon and Victor and Linda Hursh.

Mike and Linda Gamberg begin their 16th years as proprietors of Yagotawana Outfitters in Quincy. They do custom embroidery, screen printing and art design.

Red’s Meadow Ranch begins its 18th year in business. Roger Douglass and Mildred Balben offer trail rides, half day rides, pack charters, hunting and fishing tours, horseshoeing, horse training, riding lessons and boarding. They are open year-round and can be found on C Road with an easy drive through Clio.


x Otilio and Shannon Garcia, owners of Garcia’s Yard Maintenance Services in Quincy, are celebrating their 17th year in business.  From weekly yard maintenance to debris removal and fire reduction plans, their professional hardworking crew can make your yard look beautiful year-round!



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