sports ’n shorts farewell party
Originally opened in 1996, Dave Gott has decided to close his popular East Quincy water ’in hole, Sports ’N Shorts. With his deeply rooted family history in the food and bar business in Quincy, I know it had to have been a tough decision for Dave. But those close to him said the upcoming retirement of his longtime manager helped him make this agonizing decision.
quincy, chester rabies clinics
Two low-cost rabies vaccination clinics are scheduled next week in Quincy and Chester. On Sept. 21, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m., shots will be offered at American Valley Animal Hospital on Alta Avenue in East Quincy. On Sept. 24, 9 a.m. – 12noon shots will be given at Chester Veterinary Clinic on Main Street. The Plumas County Animal Control folks will also be there to provide one-stop licensing services.
STREET ROD ACTIVITIES
Come join the fun at the 26th annual Street Rod Extravaganza! This Friday, Sept. 9, Chester’s Main Street will be alive with classic cars and great music, including a “sock hop” at the Main Street Coffee Bar. The fun continues Saturday, Sept. 10, with the car show in Chester Park. Best of Show, People’s Choice and the Red Myers Memorial Award will be presented along with first and second place awards in a variety of categories. A Poker Run cruise through Lake Almanor West and a Poker Walk from a host of merchant locations will also be available.
BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING
Grace-Ann Mason and JoAnn Prince, owners of Great Northern Hair Co. in Quincy, just returned from a shopping spree at the “Off Price Market” in Las Vegas. They purchased lots of new clothing, jewelry, tights, socks and more so look for their new inventory just in time for back to school!
merchants welcome frc students
The Quincy merchants are again participating in “WOW,” the Week of Welcome to Feather River College students, their parents and families and college staff, Thursday, Aug. 25, from 4 – 8 p.m. Join the festivities by visiting many of our local merchants perhaps getting reacquainted with all they have to offer.
Now through Sept. 8 you too can play the Eagle Hunt for a chance to win Community Bucks. Clip — or make a copy — of the ad in this week’s Feather River Bulletin and carry it with you to the participating merchants. Then simply write down the number attached to the eagle on display in each store or get the merchant to sign off on the ad verifying your visit. When you’ve visited all the stores, turn the completed form in at the entry box at the farmer’s market Thursday, Sept. 8, or at Carey Candy Co. any time prior to Sept. 8.
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