Earns state insurance license
Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance Agency’s Mara Tasaki has recently earned her property and casualty insurance license by passing the California state exam. Mara has been employed at the agency’s Quincy office since February. Her main focus will be placing and servicing a variety of commercial insurance products. “We are very pleased to have such a bright and talented addition to our team. Mara has the qualities and skills that will serve our agency well, by delivering professional insurance services to our commercial customers,” Mike Flanigan said. Mara has a bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Barbara. She lives in Quincy with her 9-month-old son, Brayden.
It’s Time To Go Fishing!
After 35 years in the propane business, the last six years at Lake Almanor Propane in Chester, district manager Richard Ghering is retiring. He thanks his customers for their support and adds that he now looks forward to spending a lot more time fishing on the lake! Company officials said his replacement will be named soon.
Patey’s Plants Plus has moved to 691 Main St., Chester, and is now open for the season selling flowers, shrubs, trees and more.
Jeff Ogle is opening Jeffroe’s Produce on Main in Chester this week. Besides the fresh produce, fruits and veggies, this multi-faceted business also offers assorted specialty drinks and a popular sandwich/salad bar.
customer appreciation open house
Hot Spot owners DeeDee and Don Driscol are kicking off the barbecue season with an open house and customer appreciation day Saturday, May 21, at their East Quincy store (next to the Polka Dot). Besides getting a chance to browse through a store filled to the brim with a uniquely wonderful assortment of merchandise, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. you can also sample lots of taste-pleasing goodies they will be serving hot off the grill!
Plumas Business Exposition
Plumas County business owners are invited to showcase their products andservices at the Plumas Business Exposition Saturday, June 4, at the Plumas-Sierra fairgrounds. The event will be held in conjunction with the well-attended Plumas County Picnic. It is an inexpensive venue — just $25 — for retail, contractors, tradesmen, in-home and professionals to showcase their wares.
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