Business Scene for the week of 7/2/2014NEW NAME FOR PET SUPPLY STORE
It was seven years ago when Monte and Joanie Kielty opened what has become the very popular Treats Dog Company in Chester. Since that time, they have opened stores in Susanville and Redding. They have altered their store name to Treats Natural Pet Marketplace to better reflect their ever-expanding line of domestic pet supplies.
FIRST FRIDAY, FIRST SATURDAY
Because the next First Friday is the Fourth of July, the Blue Goose Gallery of Artists First Friday Art Show and Reception will be held on the first Saturday, July 5 — appropriately themed “Red, White and Blue.” So from 5 to 8 p.m., you’ll have the opportunity to meet and mingle with some of our local artists, enjoy some refreshments and perhaps win a door prize. The gallery is on Main Street in Chester across from Almanor Flooring.
SKIN CARE SPECIALIST SEMINAR
Suzanne Newman, owner of Art of Make-up & Skin Care at Lake Almanor, recently completed the Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists educational seminar entitled Skin Care 2014 — Bridge to the Future held in San Francisco. She said the informative and extensive seminar encompassed all aspects of skin care management featuring presentations by professional colleagues and experts.
QUINCY BAKERY ADDS MORE GOODIES
Jeanne Brovelli, owner of Jenelli's Bakery in downtown Quincy, now carries the delightful Italian ice cream (Gelato) in French vanilla and dark chocolate while alternating specialty flavors like apricot, coconut and coffee. She has also
added cappuccino, lattes and iced coffee and features a salad of the day with a fresh roll to her menu board.
OLD MILL CAFÉ SERVING DINNERS
In addition to serving breakfast and lunch, the Old Mill Café on Birch Street in Westwood is now serving dinner Monday – Friday, 4 – 7 p.m. Co-owner Jason Theobald says they use only the freshest ingredients with their family recipes complemented by their fruit and cream pies that are baked daily.
WE’RE STILL LIGHTING CANDLES…
Rick Williams begins his 13th year as owner/operator of Timeberline Materials on Highway 36 just west of Chester. From small yard projects to full-blown home building and landscaping endeavors, they’ll most likely have what you want. Products you can pick up at his plant or have delivered include soil, decorative and utility rock, bark and sand. Rick also offers grading and trucking services.
Adrienne Johnson begins her second year with her handmade craft business, Mama Fig Designs, in Meadow Valley. She started out making Baltic amber and gemstone jewelry and baby gifts. She has since added hand-spun alpaca yarn — the fiber is from the Thompson Valley alpacas belonging to Lisa Farnworth — and barn quilts. Many of her items are for sale in some shops around Quincy and Graeagle.
Evelyn Stone celebrates her first anniversary with her Westwood business No Stone Unturned. The Birch Street store offers gently used household items and clothing.
Rick and Eileen Greenly are celebrating their 14th anniversary as owners of Papa Murphy's Take ‘n Bake Pizza in Quincy.