she can do most anything
Nine-year Quincy resident Rosetta Kilby has started a new business providing a slew of services. Operating as Dragonfly Rose, she’s the perfect “Girl Friday.” Rose can tackle most any odd jobs that you might need done including — but not limited to — housekeeping, yard work, errands, temporary assignments, house and pet sitting and assorted business and bookkeeping functions. She has worked in customer service capacities, which makes her a good candidate for businesses and offices needing someone to fill in for vacation relief. She can be reached at 283-1382.
two join therapy clinic
Kory and Stacey Felker, owners of Plumas Physical Therapy in the professional building behind Quincy’s Plumas Pines Shopping Center, welcome Cristina Lacey and Courtney Brubaker to their team. Cristina will be a receptionist and has lived in Quincy for the past year and a half with her husband and children. Courtney, a newlywed, lives with her husband in Meadow Valley. She is an office assistant. The full-service rehabilitation clinic deals with a range of services, ranging from minor aches and pains to complete care after major surgery.
fall/winter schedule at moon’s
Moon’s, the restaurant somewhere in Quincy, begins its fall and winter hours Oct. 21. Owners Mike and Lisa Kelly tell us they will be open for dinner Thursday through Monday at 5 p.m., serving their fresh-baked garlic bread, pastas, steaks and pizzas along with their chef’s daily specials. The couple has been busy getting the banquet room ready for those holiday parties and encourages you to book your event soon!
la casa bella to close, sale on
Norm and Jeanne Brovelli will be closing La Casa Bella Fine Furnishings in Quincy in December. All they will tell us at this time is that they are looking forward to some new endeavors in the near future so we’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, a storewide clearance sale is underway.
anniversary greetings …
It’s been 13 good years so far for Hans Holtz, owner of Sequoia Dream Construction and Design in Meadow Valley. Hans, who is now certified to treat drinking water, does rough framing and finish carpentry and also specializes in restoration, preservation and transformation.
* Addie Montezuma has now owned Addie’s Floral Shop on Pine Street in Portola for nine years. In addition to the bouquets and arrangements, you will find celebratory balloons, gift cards and more.
* Celebrating a terrific 23 years: Margie Meeker and her full-service salon, Country Style Family Hair Care,in Greenville. With Halloween just around the corner, or any other special occasion for that matter, we’ll mention the store carries an assortment of costumes and accessories.
* Lori Morrel-Lomas, EA, has owned and operated Feather Financial in Quincy for 21 years. Lori provides a variety of insurance services including health plans, long-term care, disability, life and Medicare supplements. Her tax services include income tax preparation and tax planning. The designation behind her name stands for enrolled agent, certified by the IRS as a trained tax expert.
* Merilu Dillard, owner of Something Original in Quincy, is celebrating her fifth year in business. A seamstress for 45 years, Merilu does alterations, tailoring and anything from simple jean hems to elaborate dresses, gowns and prom and wedding dresses. She can replace any zipper and has actually repaired the sail on a sailboat!