Business Scene for the week of 6/27/2014Customer Appreciation Day
Come and enjoy a great barbecued lunch during Chester NAPA Auto Parts’ Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, June 26, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Manager Bill Mosby said there will some big savings on tools, filters and other items at the store as well. It is located on Main Street next door to Subway.
Moon’s Opens for Weekend Lunches
Mike and Lisa Kelly and family are celebrating their second year in business at Moon’s Restaurant in Quincy. They would like to extend their gratitude to the people of Plumas County for their patronage. Beginning Saturday, June 28, the dinner house will now be opening at 11:30 on Saturdays and Sundays for lunch and continuing for folks looking for an earlier dinner.
Dinners in the Barn Series Starts
This Saturday, June 28, will see the first in a series of Dinners in the Barn at Sierra Farms, just off county road A23 where it intersects Highway 70 in Beckwourth. This very popular event is co-hosted by Season’d Catering in Truckee. The dinner is a four-course gourmet meal featuring farm fresh produce freshly harvestedspecifically for each dinner. An entertaining and informative introduction and tour of the farm precedes the dinner, which is served inside a historical rustic barn overlooking rows of vegetable crops. CallSeason’d Cateringfor details and reservations: 587-8687.
Impressive Anniversaries Here…
Here are some businesses with impressive anniversaries definitely worth noting:
For 52 years Cal-Sierra Title has been providing escrow services, title insurance, bulk sales and business and liquor license transfers to clients in Plumas, Lassen and Sierra counties. David Windle began working for the firm in 1973 and he and his wife Virginia bought the business in 1998. They serve this tri-county region with 13 employees staffing branches located in Quincy, Chester, Graeagle and Susanville. This year David is also serving as president of the California Land Title Association.
Madden Plumbing and Heating marks its 38th year in business in Quincy, and Judi, who co-owns the company with husband Jim, simply said, “Thirty-eight years have sped by so fast!” Jim and Judi moved here in 1974 and opened their business June 1, 1976, with just the two of them. Now they have five employees. She said they are your home comfort experts, delivering solutions to your heating, air conditioning and plumbing needs.
It’s Quincy Natural Foods’ 36th anniversary and its 11th year at it current location on Main Street in Quincy. Last year QNF opened a second store in Portola called Feather River Food Co-op. General Manager Lucinda Berdon is excited about the continuous improvements staff are making at both locations and proudly boasts that the food co-op now has more than 1,600 members and continues to grow.
Gary and Mary Vogt are celebrating 32 years as the owners of American Valley Hardware.Chances are you will find just about anything you need in the way of hardware, paint, electrical, plumbing and automotive supplies to gifts, craft supplies and small appliances at this well-stocked store in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy.