aaa’s quincy office closing
The Quincy branch of California State Automobile Association on Lawrence Street is closing effective Dec. 31. In a letter sent to its insured/members announcing the closure it stated that if you need assistance with your AAA insurance coverage or any membership needs like maps and Tour Book guides you can contact their Susanville office at 252-5000 or its branches in Chico and Oroville. The Quincy office has been open for better than 30 years.
Plumas Bank is celebrating the holidays by hosting several festive events at their branches, as they have done for decades.
The Chester office is hosting a chamber mixer called “Taste of the Lake Almanor Basin” Thursday, Dec. 8, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. On Wednesday, Dec.14, 5:30 – 7 p.m. Eastern Plumas residents can enjoy another holiday mixer at the Portola office. If your social calendar is already booked you can enjoy refreshments when you do your everyday banking at the Greenville or Quincy branches Wednesday – Friday, Dec. 14 – 16. In Susanville visit their office Monday, Dec. 12, and Friday, Dec. 16, for customer appreciation days. Don’t forget to pick up your custom 2012 calendar featuring the “simple pleasures of Plumas Bank Country” while you’re there.
businesses on the move…
Carey Candy Co. has moved into its new location at the corner of Lawrence and Bradley Street across from the Quincy Fire Station. Saying Amy has expanded would be an understatement. The new location offers plenty of room to spaciously display and feature her renowned candies, other treats and gift shop merchandise. With all this room, Amy is planning to add an ice cream counter later this year, in addition to expanding her inventory. There’s plenty of parking on the corner, which makes popping in and out of the store for a quick snack very easy.
Plumas Bank’s Photo Calendar
Plumas Bank’s beautiful 2012 photo wall calendars are now available at your local branch office. The calendar showcases the artistry of local photographers highlighting the theme “Simple Pleasures in Plumas Bank Country.” As the bank celebrates its 31st year, it realizes its success is due to the continuing support of its loyal customers. Offering this coveted calendar as a gift is just one of the ways they have to show you how much they sincerely appreciate your business.
Elizabeth Kuipers, vice president and marketing manager, wants to also thank all the talented photographers who submitted photos. The 2012 calendar winners are Linda Cooley (cover), and, in order by month, Jean Souders, Pat Roarty, Michael Rodriguez, Mary Edwards, Ronda Hall, Shawna McCurley, David Whicker, Peter Spain, Carmen Kresge, Adrienne Stenson, Chris Stepahin Larson, Heather Way, and Richard McCutcheon. Congratulations to all the winners, and an extra special kudos to lucky Kresge: Her name was drawn to win the $100 cash prize!
chance to win pumpkin pies
You still have until Friday to visit one — or ideally all — of the 13 Quincy area businesses that are each giving away one of Traci’s Sweet Surprises freshly made delicious pumpkin pies. Additionally, all entrants will be entered in a drawing for a special grand prize. To enter the contest visit Ayoob’s Main Street Styles, Café LeCoq, Express Coffee Shop, Fuel Star 76, Fuel Star Beacon, Feather Financial, Great Northern Hair Co., La Casa Bella, Pizza Factory, Plumas Motor Supply, Quincy Hot Spot, Shear Pleasure, Shadetree Auto and Traci’s Sweet Surprises. Again, visit them all for 13 chances to win a fresh pumpkin pie and the grand prize.
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