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Business Scene for the week of 1/23/2015

HONORING A SPECIAL GROUP OF FOLKS

The Quincy Crazy Quilters is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month. Members meet on the third Thursday each month at 6 p.m. at the Plumas Bank administrative building (behind Safeway). The group — and there are 25 members now — makes “cuddle quilts” that are donated to charities, foster children and hospice. They also provide the California Highway Patrol and sheriff’s department with quilts to carry in their vehicles to use as necessary. By the way, quilts are on display at the Quincy library.



CRESCENT COUNTRY’S WINTER HOURS

Lisa Forcino says she’ll be reopening her Crescent Mills business, the incomparable Crescent County, Feb. 5, “just in time for Valentine’s Day shopping!” The store will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. As always, you can call Lisa at 284-6016 or 284-6227 for after-hours shopping appointments.

Read more: Business Scene for the week of 1/23/2015

Business Scene for the week of 1/16/2015


FROM KENNY ROGERS TO REAL ESTATE

Amber Corr has joined the Mohawk Valley Associates real estate team in its Blairsden office. Amber obtained her license about a year ago, after giving birth to her son. Prior to that, Amber and her husband toured with Kenny Rogers — Amber was Rogers’ violinist from 2002 to 2012. In addition to selling real estate, Amber also teaches violin both here and in Truckee. Amber can be reached at the Blairsden office at 836-2020.

Read more: Business Scene for the week of 1/16/2015

Business Scene for the week of 1/9/2015

TAKE AIM THIS TOURIST SEASON

Hard to believe, but yes it’s time once again to begin focusing our attention on tourism this summer in Plumas County and the ever-so-important impact it has on our local economy.

With that in mind, we are already working on Feather Publishing Co.’s annual Plumas County Visitors Guide —it’s actually a work in progress all year long.

The full-color, high-quality magazine is packed full of information (last year it was 132 pages) detailing virtually everything our county has to offer to both visitors and locals alike. Some 90,000 copies will be distributed free to hundreds of locations in our region throughout 2015.

Read more: Business Scene for the week of 1/9/2015

Business Scene for the week of 12/26/2014

NEW YEAR’S EVE FESTIVITIES

To help you with your New Year’s Eve dinner and party plans, here is a brief look at some of what is being advertised in this week’s newspaper. Don’t wait until the last minute — be smart and make your reservations early.

Moon’s, the restaurant somewhere in Quincy, is offering prime rib or shrimp scampi with a complimentary glass of champagne and dessert on New Year’s Eve. Call for reservations and dinner/theatre “I Do, I Do” packages.

Also in Quincy, the Elks Lodge has two parties on the same evening. The first part of the evening gets underway with hors d’ oeuvres at 6 p.m. followed by a prime rib or Cornish game hen dinner at 7 p.m. Those tickets much be purchased in advance and are available from any Elks Lodge member or at the Ranchito Motel. At 9 p.m. revelers will welcome in 2015 (New York time) with champagne and party favors.

The second part of the evening gets underway at 9 p.m. and continues until 2 a.m. featuring DJ Outlaw for your dancing pleasure. At midnight revelers will welcome in the new year with a champagne toast.

Dinner, drinks, music and fun! The Nakoma Golf Resort & Spa at Gold Mountain near Cliois serving a decadent four-course feast next to the roaring fire in the Wigwam Room on New Year’s Eve from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

A specially prepared lavish five-course meal with complimentary sparkling wine is offered at Longboards Bar & Grill at the Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Blairsden: cocktails and appetizers at 7 p.m., dinner at 8 p.m. Dancing to the classic rock sound of the Mudbone Band follows. If you just want to enjoy the evening’s music and party, show up at 10 p.m. for a $10 cover charge.


With its unique charm and culinary expression, the Grizzly Grill in Blairsden is serving prime rib and roasted leg of lamb along with its regular menu on New Year’s Eve. It will also open for dinner at 5 p.m. on New Year’s Day.


In Greenville, the famed Main St. Dinner House is complementing its regular menu selections with a special lobster tail dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Again, reservations are recommended.

OPENS IN WESTWOOD

Arleen Scott opened Arleen’s Gifts & More on Birch Street in Westwood. The store carries a huge variety of items including gifts, antiques, vintage home decorations, repurposed furnishings, quilting products, jewelry, toys and more. Arleen attended Westwood High School many years ago, moved to Southern California and is excited to return and open this business. She has four grown children and four grandchildren.

OUR CONTINUED BEST WISHES …

Michael and Karen Kibble are enjoying 13 years as the proprietors/pharmacist of Quincy Drug Store.In addition to the Quincy store, they also own and operate Portola Village Pharmacy. Exceptional customer service and care is the cornerstone to their success.

Al and Katherine Templeton are celebrating 14 years as owners of the Cedar Lodge and RV Park near Chester. The facility, located a little more than a mile west of town, is nestled in a wooded, park-like setting with a variety of clean, comfortable rooms as well as RV hookups.

Business Scene for the week of 1/2/2015

DANCE CLASS REGISTRATIONS

Registration for the 2015 dance year at Quincy’s Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio is set for Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015, from noon to 4 p.m. and Monday, Jan. 5, from noon to 6 p.m. at the dance studio in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. Owners/instructors Wendy Yates and newlywed Ashley Dembosz are offering free tote bags to new students and to existing students who add another class. They also tell us they have a new adult program with lots of new classes including dance fitness, Broadway cardio, ballet barre, and stretch and tone. The ladies opened Rhythm & Grace in August to fill the void created when Footloose Dance Studio closed.


CLOSING FOR WINTER INVENTORY

Dee Dee Driscoll tells us she and her employees will be busy with their annual inventory reporting and will closed Dec. 28 through Jan. 5, reopening Quincy Hot Spot on Jan. 6.

Read more: Business Scene for the week of 1/2/2015


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