Business Scene for the week of 5/16/18

 Based at the Chester Airport
Terry Miller is offering sports pilot and ultralight flight instruction lessons as well as scenic flights from his business, Flying 4 Fun, at the Chester airport. He spend 30 years in public safety, 27 of those with the Lodi Police Department and began what is now a second career in 2006 when he received his pilots license and earned his flight instructor rating in 2007. Miller has accumulated more then 5,000 hours of flying time. He said for those who have dreamed of becoming a pilot, getting a sports plane license is the least expensive. He and his wife just moved to the Almanor Basin and have two grown children, Travis and Tina. He can be reached on his cell: 209-329-7681. Photo by Patty Dailey
A second Jones office opens
Edward Jones has opened a second location in Quincy. After nearly four years working in a partnership with his father-in-law, Steven King, at his Edward Jones office on Bradley Street, Financial Advisor Aaron Lohn and his office administrator Cathy Newton are providing all the services offered by the investment company in this new location at 230 Main St. across from the post office. The phone number is 283-9037. Aaron and his wife Michelle both graduated from Quincy High School and Chico State, where he earned his degree in business administration with a focus on finance. The couple decided to return to Quincy to raise their family, Porter, 8, and Charlotte, 4. Aaron is active in his community serving on the Charter School board, is a member of the Quincy Chamber and volunteers with the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. King will continue working from his Bradley Street office. Photo by Holly Buus
Blairsden nursery’s new owner
This past winter Lauren Houston purchased Anderson Garden in Blairsden and has recently reopened it for the season with its new name, Blairsden Garden Center. She learned her gardening skills while attending the University of Oregon and while living in Colorado. In addition to carrying an assortment of shrubs and trees, Lauren also carries soil products, planting vessels and vegetable and herb plants. Photo by Roger Neilson
New beauty salon opens
Cathy Michael, Emily Patterson, Amy Churchill, Deanne Potter and Julie Tanaka opened a beauty salon in the Feather River Industrial Park on Mill Creek Road in East Quincy. The Halo Beauty Salon’s services feature these ladies’ combined 30 years of experience in hair, waxing, massage, manicures, pedicures, ear piercing and spray tanning. Photo by Kay Moss