Business Scene for the week of 1/31/18

Jeffrey’s Pub & Grub
After extensive remodeling, Anna Jeffrey has opened Jeffrey’s Pub & Grub on Main Street across from the Courthouse in Quincy. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and will have eight carefully selected beers on tap along with four televisions for diners to enjoy sporting events. Anna has been in Plumas County for the past 20 years, which is where she met her husband, Leon. They have two children, Kelvin, 19, and Kara, 16. She also owns and operates Anna’s Café in Greenville.
Photo by Holly Buus


Steve Betts

Steve Betts opened The Depot Barbershop at 120 South Gulling (the corner of Commercial & Gulling) in Portola. The barbershop will be open Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Steve is also part owner of the East Quincy Barber Co. and will be working Mondays thru Wednesdays at his Quincy shop. Steve graduated from Portola High School in 2000 and currently lives in Quincy with his girlfriend and their children.


The Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Crab Crack Dinner and Auction takes place Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Greenville Community Town Hall on Bidwell Street. Doors open at 5 p.m., with dinner served at 6:15 p.m. It’s the major fundraiser for the chamber each year. For those who aren’t crab enthusiasts, but who still want to support the cause, there’s also a stuffed chicken breast dinner, baked beans, au-gratin potatoes, Caesar salad, French bread and dessert. Beer and wine are also available. Tickets go fast and are available at Plumas Bank, the Way Station, Taylorsville Tavern, Crescent Country, Hanson’s Homemade, Sterling Sage and Country Style Salon. Items and services for the auction are always appreciated. Call 284-6633 or 284-7334 for more information.


The instructors at the Quincy Yoga & Wellness Center are offering free introductory classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. during February. On Feb. 3, Darlene Gutierrez will teach a class on balance recovery and movement confidence; Feb. 10 is Laura Walmer demonstrating Zumba gold; Feb. 17 it’s Jessie Lewis with injury prevention circuit training and 80s dance fitness; and it’ll wrap up Feb. 24 with Vanessa Vasquez offering a talk and demo intro to yoga.


This Saturday, Feb. 3, it’s the annual Bucks Lake Poker Run with registration at the Bucks Lake Lodge that morning from 9 to 11 a.m. The event is put on by the Bucks Lake Snowdrifters and DuPont Power Tool and includes a barbecue, drawings and cash prizes. For more information, call 394-7084.


Jim and Elisa Rutledge want you to know their newly remodeled kitchen at the Mt. Huff Golf Course clubhouse is complete and up and running. The lunch menu, served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., includes hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, soups and chili served with a spectacular view of Indian Valley and its wildlife from inside the clubhouse or on the outside deck. And don’t forget, the golf course in Crescent Mills is open year round, weather permitting.


Noticed a couple of ads in the paper this week for Super Bowl gatherings on Sunday, Feb. 4:

The Quincy Elks Lodge is hosting a chicken wing cook-off — with prizes for the winners — in addition to free appetizers and other food. Doors at the Lodge on East Main Street open at noon.

And, of course, with the big screen televisions the Main Street Sports Bar & Lounge in Quincy is having a Super Bowl party. Their bountiful food buffet at game time will include appetizers, mac and cheese, beans, salad and a 10 ft. sandwich (prepared by The Knook). Doors open at noon.

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