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Business Scene for the week of 7/27/2011


indian valley chamber mixer

There will be lots of hot fun in downtown Taylorsville at the Indian Valley Chambers summertime mixer Friday, July 29, from 4 8 p.m. Hosted by Main Street Salon and Boutique owner Kristi Brown, visitors will enjoy wine tasting, hors doeuvres and live music. Be sure to say hi to the salons newest stylist, Jen Mcglynn.


two businesses relocate

Joleen Cline, of Cline & Associates, has moved her income tax preparation and bookkeeping service to 325 W. Sierra St. in Portola. She has been in business for 22 years.


Owners Joshua and Serena Smith have moved their business, Chester Auto Repair, to 607-C Main St., because it is more centrally located.

new digs for Community solutions

Director John Banks tells us he has relocated his East Quincy offices for Plumas Sierra Community Solutions. The simple move was within the same building but has resulted in more than twice the amount of space. The address is 2288 E. Main St., suite F-4 and is right across the street from Madden Plumbing. His company, with additional offices in Portola, Greenville and Chester, provides the court-mandated classes for anyone convicted of driving under the influence of either drugs or alcohol or those needing the wet/reckless program course.



lots of new stuff!

Village Antiques at 567 Lawrence St. in Quincy is featuring French chic and barn chic items that have recently been added to their inventory. Sandra Lee and Linda Brennan invite you to stop by soon to browse through their expanding variety of antique furniture, framed works of art, porcelain china and vintage jewelry. The store is now open six days a week from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., closed on Tuesdays.



an iconic local business

Known as the Gateway to the Frenchman Reservoir, Wiggins Trading Post owners Dick and Shirley Wiggin are celebrating their 43rd year of business. Weve all driven by it numerous times, but those whove yet to stop and look around are missing a real treat. Its not just the idea that the minute you go inside the store youll think youve taken a step back in time. Its also about the unbelievable assortment of merchandise they sell everything from groceries, meats, produce, sporting goods to hardware and even homemade fudge.



acknowledging milestones

Congratulations to John and Kitty Ornelas who are celebrating 11 years as owners of Almanor Espress at Hamilton Branch. In recognition of their anniversary, John and Kitty hosted an art soiree at the home of local artist Dottie Clark last Sunday and are displaying several of Dotties paintings at their cafe, which includes a gift store and garden center.



Serving the greater Chester-Lake Almanor area, Jeff Lemons begins his 12th anniversary with Lemons Electric. As an electrical contractor with 29 years of experience, Jeff works on both new construction projects and residential repairs.



Mike and Vicki Girvin are marking their 15th anniversary as owners of Canyon Dam RV Park & Country Store. The store has a gift shop with a variety of novelties, original art, collectibles and antique gift items that include original oil paintings from W.E. Mashburn and beautifully crafted wooden bowls by Greenville area artisan Kevin Norberg.



The talented and hardworking Teri Haas has helped put those smiling faces on her four-legged customers at Top Dog Grooming Studio for nine years now. You will find her studio located off Quincy Junction Road on Bell Lane.



ABSolute Fitness & Health just celebrated its eight-year anniversary. Patti Long Buchholtz, owner and certified personal trainer, offers private, semi-private and group training with Pilates reformer, mat Pilates and weight training sessions. She also offers aqua fitness classes at the Plumas Pines Resort rec center in Graeagle. Call 836-1153 to schedule a free consultation.



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