Business Scene for the week of 7/10/19

Tile business at Almanor
Steve Boucher, pictured here with employees Debra Reed and TrishBonari, opened Stone Revisions with a showroom on Clifford Drive atLake Almanor. Steve has been in the tile business in Reno for 48 yearswith the family owned D&L Tile. From granite kitchen and bathroomcountertops to marble floors and shower enclosures, Steve says theyhave tile solutions for any room in your home that is ready for arevision. The quality products they offer include marble, quartz andgranite. Steve and his family have been vacationing at Lake Almanorfor decades and are excited to be expanding his business in this area.Photo by Patty Dailey


After 30 years in business, Shirley and John O’Donnell are retiring and closing their store on July 15, Maybe Antiques and Collectibles, which is located 5 miles west of Portola. Stop by and take advantage of some great savings on some great items since everything in the store has been discounted to sell.


In celebration of their fourth year as owners of Les Schwab Tires in Delleker, Bob and Melissa Price are having a Customer Appreciation Party this Saturday, July 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at their Delleker store just west of Portola. The Plumas Sierra Cattlewomen Association will serve lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will also be a classic car show along with equipment and information on display by the CHP and the Beckwourth and Eastern Plumas Fire Departments.



Attorney David Heaslett will be providing information about estate planning Wednesday, July 17, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., at the Mohawk Community Resource Center in Blairsden. Dave has had 28 years of experience in estate planning. Sponsored by the Feather River Land Trust, you can register online at HYPERLINK “” \ or contact their Planned Giving Coordinator Karen Kleven at 394-0269.


This Saturday, July 13, there will be a special fundraiser for High Sierra Animal Rescue at the Brewing Lair in Blairsden. Festivities run from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and include family-fun activities like face painting, ping-pong games, corn hole, disc golf, prize drawing, adoptable dogs and more. There will also be organic food by the Red Truck available and live music beginning at 6 p.m. by The Tens. A portion of the pints sold will be donated to the Rescue.



Dawn Gray and Susan Bryner at B&B Booksellers are excited about their upcoming 2nd Fridays featuring artist Darlene Jesse and guitarist/singer Hank Alrich. It’s July 12, from 5 to 7 p.m., at their Main Street Chester location inside the Stover Landing Commons. Each month they host rotating exhibits of some of the Lake Almanor area’s finest art, including photography, pottery and fiber art. Light refreshments will be available.


The Cashman family has owned and operated The Paul Bunyan Resort & Frosty on the Lake Almanor Peninsula since 1965. And with summer here, The Frosty is now open daily, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., during the weekend and until 7 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays with a great variety of breakfast and lunch selections. The facility also features mini golf, RV parking and campground, cabin rentals and a six-room bed and breakfast — all with beachfront access.



Speaking of tenants at the Stover Landing Commons, Cravings owner and chef Heath Chase is excited to announce he will be serving his personally inspired dinner selections on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 – 9 p.m. The talented and creative chef saw the opportunity to expand on his popular breakfast and lunch menu adding dinner a couple of nights a week. Christi, his partner in business and life, and their friendly staff are known for providing an enjoyable experience.