Business Scene for the week of 6/13/18

CLARK PEST CONTROL’S GROWTH

With the ongoing success and growth of Clark Pest Control in Plumas and Sierra counties, the company has revamped its local service territories to meeting this growing demand. Now handling the needs of the folks in the Chester, Lake Almanor, Indian Valley, Meadow Valley and west Quincy areas is Jason Bay, who can be reached at 864-6325. Technician Lee Shinabarger, who can be reached at 228-8310, now handles everything from East Quincy to Portola and all of Sierra Valley. The company has been family owned since 1950 offering fast, friendly and reliable service for any and all pest control needs for home and business. Incidentally, Lee will not hesitate to tell you that Clark’s advertising in our local newspapers continues to be a key component in their growth and success here.

GRAY EAGLE LODGE REOPENS

Bret and Lynn Smith have opened the Gray Eagle Lodge and the Fireside Restaurant for the new season. Executive Chef Lynn Hagen offers dinners daily with a special each night along with a full bar and fine wine selection. You will find this 20-cabin resort and restaurant nestled in the Lakes Basin area above Graeagle on Gold Lake Road.

AND SARDINE LAKE RESORT IS OPEN

Enjoy lakeside fine dining this summer at Sardine Lake Resort in the Gold Lake’s Basin above Graeagle. It’s a longstanding Browning family owned and operated resort now run by Dorothy (Browning) and Chandler Hunt Before dinner, enjoy cocktails and some spectacular views on the water’s edge in their lakeside gazebo. Dinners, served mainly by reservations, features steak, chicken, seafood, rack of lamb and a nightly special or two prepared by Chef Kurt Haselton.

WINE PAIRINGS AT WHITEHAWK

This Thursday, June 14, enjoy a wine pairing dinner featuring Antinori wines at the Whitehawk Restaurant now operated by renown chef Sean Conry and his partner in Farm to Belly, Mike Trombetta. Rest assured they have created a carefully planned menu to complement this fine selection of Italian wines that will be served.

WAY TO GO, RANDY!

Tim O’Brien, broker and owner of Coldwell Banker Pioneer Realty in Quincy is proud to announce that veteran Realtor and agent Randy Barlow was awarded the Coldwell Banker President’s Elite Award for 2017. This coveted annual award is presented to the top two percent of all sales associates in the Coldwell Banker system worldwide. Tim also has Coldwell Banker offices in Chester, Lake Almanor and Portola.

LASSEN GIFT’S NEW EMPLOYEE

Sharon Henry welcomes longtime Chester/Lake Almanor resident Sandi Gibson to her team at her Chester store, Lassen Gift Company. Sandi says she loves the customer service and quality products that Lassen Gift Company has always provided and is now proud to be a part of the team. You’ll spot her behind the soda fountain, or in the year-round Christmas room, or helping someone in the clothing section — which is to say, she loves the variety the store offers patrons!