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Business Scene for the week of 7/25/18

Asian restaurant opens
Ling Eck opened Cedarling Restaurant on east Main Street in East Quincy. She was the former owner of Express Restaurant in that same location. Ling is offering her knowledge of Asian Fusion cuisine, which she explains is a modern take on the different cultures from Korea, China and Taiwan. The restaurant is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Photo by Kay Moss


Certified instructor Averil Kimble is offering a special workshop dealing with stress and tension this Saturday, July 28, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Quincy Wellness Center in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. She says this workshop will teach participants how to release tension most commonly caused by job stress, financial problems, accidents, natural disasters or violence. Although there is a slight charge for the class, Averil also said that because of the benefits participants will derive from this program you wouldn’t be turned away due to lack of funds. For more information and to reserve a spot call her at 616-0503.


At the next regular meeting of the Quincy Design Review Committee tomorrow, July 26, one of the topics under discussion will be the plan for the new auto parts store in East Quincy. Word has it that O’Reilly’s Auto Parts is set to build a new store on East Main Street on the land where the now shuttered Eastside Public House is located and the land adjacent to it. The committee, which meets at 5:15 p.m. at the Planning Department, will also review the Quincy Schoolhouse building.


Karen at Main Street Sports Bar & Lounge now has Trivia Night. It’s hosted by Ryan Thoni every Monday, starting at 7 p.m. It’s free to play for teams from one to four people. First place prize is a burger and a drink for every team member from the lounge’s popular Wednesday Burger Night. Second place is two tacos and a beer for every team member from its Tuesday Taco Night.


Jeanne and Kiran Rana, Bay Area residents who have been frequent visitors to Quincy and Plumas County since the early 1990s, purchased Ada’s Place last January. Immediately after the sale they hired Corinne West as the property’s innkeeper. She is a local resident and longtime friend of the former owners, Mike Nellor and his late wife Valerie. Corinne said her goal is to continue blending the former owners’ vision of what they have done with these quaint cottages — that are nestled amongst lush gardens in downtown Quincy — in check with the new owners’ energy.


Ken Donnell is excited to share with you the newest addition to his Greenville business, MusicLand. It’s called The 2 Mic, mini-flex microphones specifically designed for use on both classical and flamenco guitars. Ken, who repairs musical instruments, has spent the last 30 years very successfully designing an array of special microphones for musical instruments that normally have not used speakers.

The 2 Mic, his latest creation with a patent soon pending, is now in use by musicians around the world. Recently, Adam del Monte, a professor at USC’s renowned Thornton School of Music, and acknowledged worldwide as a rare talent in flamenco and classical guitar genres, performed at a concert at the Methodist Church in Greenville using the The 2 Mic system and subsequently gave the product his personal endorsement.

Ken has been coming to Greenville since the 1990s and became a fulltime resident 18 years ago. He loves the county and wants to see it prosper. Ken plans to go into mass production in Indian Valley with this new niche product stating he is already on target to create 4 – 5 new jobs immediately, producing 30 units a month and expects both numbers to grow significantly in the next couple of years.

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