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Business Scene for the week of 10/23/19


The Quincy Chamber is hosting its annual Safe Trick or Treat again this year Thursday, Oct. 31, and they need adult volunteers to help with crosswalk safety. If interested call 394-0541. The trick or treat activities start at 3 and end at 5:30 p.m.


This Friday, Oct. 25, the Pangaea Café in downtown Quincy is having its Halloween costume party beginning at 9 p.m. Prizes (must be over 21 to show off your costume) will be awarded. You’ll be entertained by Mitch Polzak and the Royal Deuces.

The Plumas Pines Resort Bar & Grill on the west shore at Lake Almanor is having its 21st annual Halloween bash this Saturday, Oct. 26. Festivities – costume contest, prizes and great food — officially get underway at 9 p.m. But you certainly can go earlier for a nice dinner, reservations recommended.


The Sierra Small Business Development Center, in cooperation with the Quincy Chamber of Commerce and the Lassen County Chamber, is holding small business workshops in Quincy at Feather River College on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 4 to 6 p.m., and in Susanville at the Business and Career Network on Chestnut Street on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 3 to 5 p.m.

Supporting entrepreneurs with topics that will include identifying what business resources are available to you, exploring financing options, both traditional and alternative, and understanding government contracting opportunities.

The Small Business Administration, California Capital, Alliance for Workforce Development and US Bank are also sponsors of these workshops. For more information or to register: 582-5022.


Ron and Stephanie Horton, owners of Les Schwab Tires in Quincy, tell us they are having a huge early season snow tire sale and changeover sale. Through the month of November they will be offering special package pricing to replace your existing tires with snow treads for both commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles. See their ad in this paper for this special pricing.


It doesn’t happen all that often, but when it does it’s huge. We’re talking about the factory authorized Polaris snowmobile clearance event at DuPont Power Tools in Quincy. Owner Duffy DuPont says the pricing is great with huge rebates and incredibly low 36-month financing.


The Board of Directors of Plumas Bancorp, the parent company of Plumas Bank, have declared a regular semi-annual cash dividend on Plumas Bancorp’s common stock of .23 cents per share that is payable Nov. 15, 2019, to stockholders of record as of Nov. 1, 2019.

The bank recently reported record earnings for the third quarter ending in September as well as record earnings for the first nine months of 2019. In addition, total assets were up 15 percent year-over-year to a record level of $889 million.

“We are pleased to announce this dividend which was made possible by the bank’s consistent superior performance, strong capital levels and effective business model. Our board wishes to express its appreciation to our valued shareholders for their commitment to Plumas Bank,” said Andrew Ryback, president, chief executive officer and a director for the bank.


More details next week but make a note not to miss these popular Christmas Season kickoffs in Quincy and Indian Valley the first part of November.

In Quincy the first Saturday Forest Stationers, Quincy Hotspot and Quincy Provisions are each having their annual Holiday Preview Open House.

In Indian Valley: Sterling Sage has its 21st annual Christmas Open House; Crescent County has its 34th Christmas at Crescent Country; Young’s Market is having its Holiday Tasting Fair and on Wednesday, Nov. 6, it’s Evergreen Market’s annual Taste of Evergreen.

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