Business Scene for the week of 8/3/2011

kids fest in greenville friday

Evergreen Market in Greenville will host the second annual “Kids Fest” Friday, Aug. 5, from 4 – 7 p.m. A good portion of the hometown supermarket’s parking lot will dedicated to an assortment of activities — carnival-style games, a bounce house, face painting and the like — for kids of all ages. Participating groups include Indian Valley Recreation and Parks, 4-H, Fire and Rescue and the California Highway Patrol. Many prizes will be given away, including two bicycles with helmets.

how sweet it is

Traci Downey, owner of Traci’s Sweet Surprises on Main Street across from the courthouse in Quincy, is offering healthier choices — lower in fat and calories — in her delicious cakes, cookies and pastries. Call ahead to order these new specialty items.

now open on sundays too

Gamboni’s Peninsula Grill is now open on Sundays through August, reports owner/chef John Gamboni. Enjoy relaxed casual California cuisine dining presented on a newly created extensive menu that reflects today’s economy. They also offer an extensive wine list, bar menu, sushi and a happy hour.


cromberg post office contract

Art and Carolyn Hinton, owners of the Golden Coach RV Park, have taken over the contract to run the Cromberg Post Office. It’s open Mon. – Fri. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. and Saturday ’til 12:30 p.m.


we’re talking anniversaries…

Product knowledge and staying on the cutting edge are just some of the reasons Paul Mundorff is enjoying his seventh successful year in business with The Bike Shop in Quincy. Paul said he now carries the Torker Electric Assist Hybrid for those concerned with high gas prices. He is located on Lawrence Street next to the recently reopened Moons Restaurant.


Chester Veterinary Clinic is celebrating its 16th anniversary this month.  Dr. Roberta Wiederholt bought the practice in 2008. She and Dr. Suzanna Elkjer’s services include routine vaccinations, spaying and neutering, surgical knee repairs and dental work for your pets. They also have boarding kennels at their Main Street facility.

Avonna’s Critter Clippers has moved from its Main Street Chester location to 3450 Highway 147 on the east shore of Lake Almanor just past Lake Cove Resort. Owner Avonna Burkman said the added room allows her to expand their day care services. She said they also changed their product lines to a more “eco friendly” inventory for both resale and their own use. Same phone number: 258-6355.

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.

For 35 years Connie Kunsman has owned and operated Connie’s Place, a delightful treasure trove on Highway 70 just west of Portola. Her secondhand treasures include antiques, furniture, household items, collectibles, books and jewelry. The longtime resident retired from EPHC but remains active as a volunteer in the hospital’s auxiliary program.

Serving the greater Chester-Lake Almanor area, Jeff Lemons last month began 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. d on Bell Lane.

Joseph and Kathryn Fisher, are celebrating their 9th anniversary as owners of Bullet Information Technology Solutions (BITS)  in Quincy.

They provide an array of computer services that include maintenance and repairs, networking solutions and software support. Kathryn also offers mobile notary services throughout Plumas County.

Three years ago Dave Reynolds resumed ownership of Dave's Carpet and Window Cleaning in Quincy. Altogether, Dave has been serving the carpet and upholstery cleaning needs for the folks in Plumas County for 11 years!

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