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.
adding the latest technology
We invite you to take a close look at your newspaper; chances are you will see a noticeable overall improvement in the quality of our printing. You’ll note the pictures are clearer and show more detail, as do the full-color photos and ads.
These improvements came as a result of an investment we’ve made in a computer-direct-to-plate system that eliminates our darkroom and its traditional film processing. This state-of-the-art system, which we brought online two weeks ago, lets us take the images of our newspaper pages created on our Mac computers and send those images directly to an aluminum plate to be used on our presses for offset printing.
Starting their married lives out as part of the larger global community, Garn and Bunny Pringle’s arrival in Chester not only brought multifaceted talents but also a passion for contributing to the local community, its children and young adults.
They opened the Lake Almanor Fitness Center on Oct. 7, 2007, and since that time they have established business practices that have led to many noteworthy accomplishments.
Some ducks in Graeagle will not be flying south for the winter. Instead they’ll be perched on the countertops of merchants’ stores for the month of October.
The Graeagle Merchants Association is hosting a month-long “duck bingo” event in celebration of the closing of the summer.
During the summer, a giant duck floatie rested on the Millpond as the summer mascot for the little town. Now that the duck is tucked away for the winter, loads of rubber ducklings have been passed out all over Graeagle and surrounding areas.
The merchants association has challenged the community to duck bingo for a chance to win a great prize, and to “get all your ducks in a row.”
What will Quincy look like, feel like and be 20 years from now? That is the question that was addressed Tuesday evening by folks who came together to imagine how Quincy could look in 2033.
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