Plumas News

Plumas County News

Business Scene for the week of 1/24/18

BACK AT PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY

Julie Christensen
Hammond

After attending Sac State to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy for the past three years, Julie Christensen Hammond has returned to Quincy. She has re-joined the team at Plumas Physical Therapy specializing in the younger population’s PT needs. Julie is a lifelong Quincy resident having graduated from Quincy High in 1997 and Feather River College in 1999. Julie and her husband Andrew have a 21-month-old son, Jack.

IMPROVED PHONE SYSTEM INSTALLED

Plumas District Hospital has recently implemented a new phone system to make it easier for callers get to their desired extension quickly and efficiently. The system also enables patients to get to the operator quickly by bypassing the phone tree. “We value hearing about callers’ experiences with the new system and have set up a survey on our website,” said Tiffany Leonhardt, PDH’s director of patient experience and staff development. She said to participate in the phone experience survey go to pdh.org/phonesurvey.

WINTER MENU FEATURES PRIME RIB

Terry Moore at the Coyote Bar & Grill is serving his winter menu featuring USDA Choice grade prime rib on Friday and Saturday nights. This popular dinner is served in addition to the winter bar and grill menu, which includes ribs, fried chicken, gourmet burgers, Mexican specialties along with an appetizer menu. The Graeagle restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday, with happy hour from 3 – 5 p.m. and dinner from 3 p.m. to closing. Reservations are suggested, especially on prime rib nights: call 836-2002.

WINTER HOURS FOR TWAIN STORE

Folks will now find the Twain General Store and RV Park open with new, albeit temporary wintertime hours — daily 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Owners Joyce and Hardy Lindahl will offer the same full menu for breakfast and lunch items that include, but are not limited to their famous house-made deli sandwiches. Of course, the store carries most everything you’ll need including propane in the RV Park. Twain is a perfect stop for a break or snack for people driving up and down Highway 70 in the Feather River Canyon and it’s located about 10 miles west of Quincy.

FREE PASS TO SEE FOR YOURSELF

That’s right, the staff at Feather River Fitness in Quincy is giving you a chance to visit the exercise and racquetball facility by offering a free 2-day pass. You’ll have full access to everything in the exercise rooms including free weights, weight training and cardiovascular exercise equipment. You can also take advantage of the professionally taught exercise classes they offer that include Tabata, Yoga, Lunch Crunch, Body Blasts and Gentle Fit.  The 2-day pass is a great way to jumpstart your new year! The fitness center is on Highway 70 next to Pet Country.

DJ DANCE PARTIES SERIES

Main Street Sports Bar is kicking off its DJ Dance Party series that takes place the last Saturday of every month. On Saturday, Jan 27, enjoy the performances DJ Muilpeers and Mista Unknown that begins at 9:30 p.m. Owners Karen Powell and Stephen Lodrig are excited about the upcoming schedule of DJs entertaining patrons in the next few months. Least we forget: The MS Girls Bingo fundraiser is Thursday, Jan. 25, in the lounge.

VETERANS FREE LUNCH, PROGRAM

The Plumas County Veterans Service office and the Chester American Legion Post #664 are hosting an informational lunch for veterans in the Chester/Lake Almanor area. It’s Wednesday, Jan. 31, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at The Ranch House on Main Street in Chester. Lunch includes a choice of sandwiches and non-alcoholic beverage. Space is limited so call Shannon at 258-6161 to reserve your seat.