Plumas Bank is celebrating the holidays with the community by hosting holiday mixers at their Chester office Thursday, Dec. 4 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and at the Portola office Wednesday, Dec. 10 from 5:30-7 p.m. If your social calendar is already booked you can enjoy refreshments when you do your everyday banking at the Greenville or Quincy branches as part of our Customer Appreciation Days, Monday-Wednesday, Dec. 15_17.
CULINARY EXAM DINNER
The final test for students in the Pro Chef 1 culinary class at Feather River College will be held next Wednesday, Dec. 10 at the Eagles’ Perch Café on the Quincy campus. Under the direction of Chef Sean Conry from Longboards Bar & Grill, the students will prepare and serve the public a four-course meal as part of their final exam. Reservations are required, tickets can be purchased from the college or at Longboards in Graeagle.
WELLBEING CENTER CLOSES
Citing current economic conditions, Hannah Rothlin has decided to close Plumas County Wellbeing Center in Quincy and serving clients’ needs for the past four years. Hannah says she will still be available for wellness consulting, employee fitness and personal fitness training in your home, office or local fitness center.
BIVENS AND VANZANT JOIN SALON
We have two new faces at Margie Meeker’s Country Style Salon in Greenville. Kelli Bivens is available for nails and pedicures, featuring Rock Star nails. On Saturdays, until she graduates from cosmetology school in Chico, Karen VanZant is doing her apprenticeship at the salon. As such, she is offering discounts for both appointments and walk-in clientele.
GOOD VIBES HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
The ladies at Good Vibrations in Chester in the Stover Building are holding a holiday open house from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12. There will be drawings for prizes and plenty hot cider and cookies to enjoy.
NEW ORTHOPEDIC DOC IN CHESTER
Dr. Farzad Sabet is now with Shasta Orthopaedic and will practice in its Chester office, beginning Dec. 1. He graduated from Ross University School of Medicine. Following his residency, Dr. Sabet was accepted for a fellowship program at the Spine Institute in Ohio. This fellowship concentrated on non-surgical treatment of neck and back pain. The Cleveland Clinic ranked was ranked in the top three hospitals by the “US News & World Report” America's Best Hospitals survey. The doctor says he believes in treating a person as a whole rather than treating the symptoms in isolation.
Dee Stowe’s business, Jewell’s, has now been at its Lawrence Street location (the former Quincy Lumber red barn building) for a full year. She carries a great assortment of jewelry making supplies. She also conducts classes for beginners to advanced jewelry makers.
X Three years ago Lisa and John Csicsery bought one of Quincy’s favorite gathering spots, Stoney’s Country Burgers, across from the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. This hardworking couple offers an extensive menu carefully crafted to please every member of your family!
X Courthouse Cafe owners Dutch and Kim Morrison this month are celebrating another anniversary (eight years and counting) as proprietors, chef, hostess and server at their ever-popular breakfast and lunch café on Main Street across from the courthouse in Quincy.
X Two years ago, Steve and Hope Smith opened Club Roost, a nightclub in downtown Quincy. With its front lounge, The Retro Room, patrons can relax and enjoy their favorite libation surrounded by nostalgic pictures and memorabilia from performers like Dean Martin and The Rat Pack. Sports enthusiasts can venture downstairs to the Backdoor Sports Bar to let their hair down in an atmosphere fitting the name — eight big screen televisions, pool table, darts, shuffleboard and, of course, cribbage boards.
x It was just a year ago when Sheryl Flint re-located her Indian Valley business, A Room Full of Yarn, to Margie Meeker’s Country Style Salon.
BANK RELEASES SCENIC CALENDAR
Plumas Bank’s fourth annual photo calendar this year features Nature’s Harmony in “Plumas Bank Country.” Richard McCutcheon was the winner of the $100 cash prize offered in a random drawing of those photogs selected. The other winners whose photos were selected and featured include (chronologically in the months they appear): Karen Hicks (cover); Dick Daniel; Deborah Housen; Michelle Riendeau; Kathleen Smith; Kristen Stelzriede; Ralph Levy; Carolyn Gibbs; Mike Willhoit; Jessica Nelson and John Zeis. A $25 donation was made in each winner’s name to a charity of his or her choice.
Be sure to pick up your free copy of the new 2009 Photo Calendar at your local Plumas Bank office today!