With the new 1,300 sq.ft. workshop and showroom now complete, Tom Weatherson of Almanor Taxidermy is now able to display samples of his work. Among the many items you'll see is his "blue ribbon" award winning black tail buck mount, as well as birds and other mammals, large and small. If Tom's not at his business, chances are he's attending a seminar or workshop learning the latest techniques and "tricks of the trade." BOHL REJOINS CHESTER SALON
After spending the last few years working with her husband at his business, Cabinets Unlimited, Wendy Bohl has returned to The Cutting Edge in Chester. She says she is excited to be back and looks forward to doing manicures, pedicures and hair styling for former and new clients alike.
NEW SERVICES AT CHESTER CHEVRON
U-Haul truck and trailer rentals and Western Union wire transfer services and money orders are now available at Chester Chevron & Mini Mart, owner Joe Singh tells us.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Full time Graeagle resident Andrea Irving is now offering her extensive background in project management services, space planning, estimating, budgeting and vendor liaising to area residents and businesses. Andrea has worked for over a decade for KLA-Tencor making sure business facilities across the country are optimally designed, constructed and furnished to suit each site's workforce needs. Consultations are free; she can be reached at 836-1939.
This month Marjorie Meeker celebrates 17 years of success with her Greenville business, Country Style Salon. Some of the additions Marjorie has made include Sheryl Flint's room full of yarn and Margie and Trisha Atkins Costumes on Consignment.
Two years ago, on the evening of "Girls Night Out" in Quincy, Kimberly Pilkington bought My Sister's Closet on Main Street. She has done some amazing things with her store, be sure, if you haven't already, stop by and check it out!
For the past 12 years, Mike Gamberg has been offering the greater Quincy area and its surrounding communities embroidery and screen-printing services and art design at his establishment, Yagotawana Outfitters. With thousands of images to choose from, Mike says he can print your message on just about anything!
Mouser Brothers Enterprises in Quincy at the Feather River Industrial Park has been in business for eight years. From energy efficient doors, to organizing your garage or closets to maximize space, to commercially manufactured or custom-built cabinets and countertops, Jason and his staff have something for every home and every budget.
Hannah Rothlin, owner of Plumas County Wellbeing Center in Quincy, begins her fourth year in business. She offers fitness training and wellness coaching for individuals and businesses wanting to provide a healthier environment for their staff. Although Hannah has accepted a position with the Health Department, she plans to continue her private practice.
How sweet it is...Sweet Lorraine's, the ever-popular restaurant on Main Street in Quincy's financial district is celebrating its third anniversary under the ownership of Chef Gary Cerpovicz and business partner/hostess Bea Collignon. They built their reputation serving some of the finest lunches and dinners you'll find anywhere - I've personally heard that confirmed by numerous out-of-town diners on more than one occasion!
Kerri Brest-Landry has had a very successful and rewarding first five years in business serving the in-home health care needs of many, many people throughout Plumas and Lassen counties. When she opened Quincy Home Medical she had two employees. Today, she has 20 employees and a recently opened branch office in Susanville. Services provided included skilled nursing, therapy and home health aid (bathing).