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BANK SHOWS ITS APPRECIATION
Your friends at our locally owned Plumas Bank are showing their appreciation to the community for the opportunity to serve your banking needs for 39 years, as they do each year at their local branches.
The Quincy and Greenville offices are having Client Appreciation Days on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 12–13, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Portola branch is having a Client Appreciation Day on Friday, Dec. 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the Chester office is celebrating by hosting a Community Supper at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 19, at the Chester Memorial Hall. Make a point to visit your local Plumas Bank for some holiday fun and cheer and while you are there grab one of their picturesque photo wall calendars.
GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION
A grand opening is set for Friday, Dec. 13, from 4 to 7 p.m., for Shelly’s Nail Care & Boutique in Greenville. Michelle (Shelly) Herrera welcomes you to stop in and see her new boutique while enjoying some refreshments and appetizers.
CHAMBER MIXER; PERSON OF THE YEAR
The Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce is having its annual yearend Mixer on Thursday, Dec. 12, at 5:30 p.m., at the Greenville Town Hall. It’s a potluck and everyone’s invited to come mix and mingle and find out who’s been selected as Indian Valley’s Person of the Year.
ANNIVERSARY PARTY AND SALE
Joyce and Dave Ryn are celebrating their second year as owners of Treats, Wags and Wiggles in Chester, and they are doing it in a doggone big way! Throughout the day on Saturday, Dec. 14, they are having a huge storewide sale in addition to appetizers and refreshments.
HELLO, WELCOME TO OUR STORE
After Forest Stationers’ mascot’s untimely demise last year, we’re happy to report that Forest the Bear’s replacement has arrived. The gift store owners Bob and Cheryl Reinitz said he is a little bigger then his predecessor … Gee, ya think? At 7-feet tall he’s not easy to miss! Oh, and by the way, the downtown Main Street Quincy gift store has extended hours for Christmas, opening earlier and closing later Monday thru Saturday, and open Sundays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
BIKE TUNE-UP SPECIAL
David Arsenault is offering a special holiday bike tune-up special now through Christmas at his Main Street downtown Quincy business, Feather River Outdoors. Why try to do it yourself when for just $40 you can have the experts get your bike in tip top shape — and if it needs any parts they’re discounted, too!
TONIGHT IS MUSICIAN’S FINAL NIGHT
The very talented Lee Wall will make his final performance tonight, Wednesday, at The Drunk Brush in downtown Quincy. Lee came to Quincy from Ireland to play soccer at FRC and fell in love with the town and decided to stay a couple years longer then intended. Unfortunately, it’s time for him to move on, but not until after his last performance and sharing the stage with Lucky Star tonight.
SPEAKING OF MUSIC …
This Friday, Dec. 13, Danny Horton and Scott Arthur will be playing their blend of outlaw country and folk rock at the Main Street Sports Bar and Lounge.