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Business Scene for the week of 8/8/2013

home inspection services

Indian Valley resident Sean Prior, owner and operator of Almanor Log Works since 2002, has started a new business called Almanor Inspection Service. He completed the necessary courses and is now certified by the Housing Inspection Foundation to do the home inspections required by many lenders. Sean determines what condition the house is in, not the value, as explained in an easy-to-read report complete with photographs. Having been in the construction trade building homes for more than 20 years, Sean knows what potential issues to look for and where to look for them. He is available for home inspections throughout Plumas and Lassen counties and offers a 24-hour turnaround.

joins Quincy’s qt’s bakery

Taylor Lynn Brandon has joined the team at QT’s Bakery, located inside Carey Candy Co. She recently moved here from Hollister, where she worked with her mom in a bakery for years. Taylor will focus on baking cupcakes, pastries, brownies, bars and cookies but says she plans on adding other treats soon. She invites special orders and likes to try out new and unique flavors. Taylor is looking forward to expanding the bakery’s selection.

round table’s buffet returns

Kerri Hoover, owner of Round Table Pizza in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy, has added a salad bar and the popular all-you-can-eat pizza buffet lunch special. Kerri originally operated Champions Pizza but decided to become a Round Table franchise last May.

a little clarification

From a press release supplied to us last week, we reported that Skills 4 Living Therapy owner Jeanne Harper was the only licensed occupational therapist and certified hand therapist in Plumas and Sierra counties. For clarity, she is the only hand therapist. There are several occupational therapists throughout this region.

from the ‘time flies’ files …

Epilog Books in Quincy is celebrating its 38th year this month. Christine Crawford, owner for the last seven years, keeps expanding the selection of books and unique gift items and looks forward to serving the community for “many, many more years to come!”She says, “And here’s to many, many more!”

  Mike Girvin has owned and operated the Canyon Dam RV Park & Country Store for 17 years. The store has a gift shop with a variety of novelties, original art, collectibles and antique gift items.

 Make it the ninth year of business for Paul Mundorff and The Bike Shop in Quincy. Paul is considered an expert when it comes to bikes. His store is located on Lawrence Street next to Moon’s restaurant.

 For 15 years, Dave Reynolds has built a solid reputation for quality work and unsurpassed customer satisfaction throughout Plumas County. Five years ago he opened Dave’s Carpet and Window Cleaning in Quincy.

For five years, Kent and Adrienne Barrett have continued to please palates with their delicious barbecued food. They operate Southern Accent out of a bright yellow mobile catering trailer that can be found at various locations in Quincy during the week and at special events throughout Plumas County.

 

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