[the_ad_placement id=”banner-right-placement”]

[the_ad_placement id=”banner-left-placement”]

Business Scene for the week of 1/25/17

OPENING SOON IN GREENVILLE

James Machado and family will soon be opening a new restaurant in Greenville in the building formerly occupied by Lupines. The family restaurant, Cherrywood Café & Grill, will open in February for breakfast and lunch. It will also offer a selection of gourmet coffee and teas. The lunch menu will satisfy even the most discriminating palette with dishes like pulled pork sandwiches along with other freshly smoked meats and even veggie burgers. James said many of the products he’ll use in the restaurant, like barbecue sauce, rubs and honey, will be locally sourced. This spring watch for them to be doing barbecues every other Saturday night. “I want to provide another option for a place where the community can gather. We’ve spent a lot of time asking questions, listening and formulating what we think the community wants to see with the opening of this café and grill,” James said.

INCOME TAX PREPARATION SERVICES

The services at Sheila Bohl Bookkeeping have been expanded according to owner Sheila Bohl. In addition to bookkeeping and payroll services, along with fax and copying services and drop-off dry cleaning convenience, Sheila now offers complete income tax services.  Stop in Monday through Thursday at her Chester office on Main Street, also known as J & S Bookkeeping.

NEW QUINCY U-HAUL DEALER

U-Haul Company of California announced that Sierra Cycle at 2335 E. Main St. has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Quincy community and surrounding area. They will offer a variety of trucks, trailers, towing equipment, support rental items and in-store pick-up for boxes. The products can be reserved at this dealer location by calling 927-5077. Sierra Cycle partners Andy and Ronda Feinblum said they are excited to team with the industry leader in do-it-yourself moving and self-storage to better meet the demands of Plumas County.

NATIONAL PET DENTAL HEALTH CARE

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. According to the American Veterinarian Medical Association more than 85 percent of dogs and cats that are at least 4 years old that have not received proper dental care may have a condition called periodontal. It’s when bacteria attack the soft gum tissue that begins with the development of plaque on your pet’s teeth. It’s not easy for your pet to tell you what’s going on inside his mouth, but a qualified veterinarian certainly can tell you and, more importantly, help your pet feel good.

Here’s two locally helping do their part by making it easier on your pocketbook:

Gary Klement, DVM, is offering a month-long 20 percent discount on all dental procedures at his East Quincy facility, American Valley Animal Hospital. Dr. Klement said this includes a thorough examination, blood work, an IV catheter, cleaning and polishing. Call 283-4500 for an appointment.

Dr. Doyle Rolston at Indian Creek Veterinary Clinic near Crescent Mills is also offering a 20 percent discount on dental treatment packages during February. His dental package includes an exam, pre-anesthetic blood work, IV catheter, and anesthesia, clean and polish and a home dental care kit to take with you. Call 284-6187 for an appointment.

LOCAL PHONE BOOKS GETTING OUT

The 2017 edition of your locally produced telephone book, the Plumas-Lassen Connection, is hot off the presses and will soon be delivered throughout Plumas, Lassen and eastern Sierra counties. For well over two decades, we (Feather Publishing Co.) have published this local directory, combining home and business listings from throughout the region into one conveniently sized, easy-to-read phonebook.

Our sincerest thanks to the local business and professional people who, through their ongoing yellow page advertising support, make this important and highly used reference directory possible. And it’s through that support that a substantial part of their yellow page advertising investment in this local directory is given to local schools, clubs and organizations as payment— more than $200,000 since the first edition in 1995 —to them for delivering this book to homes and businesses throughout the county. Clearly, it’s become a major fundraiser for many of them.

As weather permits in the weeks ahead, students will be delivering these phone books to every home and office throughout the tri-county area. Once they are delivered, should you need additional copies for your home or office, just drop by your local newspaper office and help yourself.

SPIN CLASS SIGNUPS UNDERWAY

Beginning Feb. 21, the Lake Almanor Fitness Center in Chester is offering spinning classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. Members and non-members can reserve their bike now for these upcoming classes taught by fitness instructor Stephanie Preston. Pricing is for set for either one or two classes for a five-week schedule. There is also a single class drop-in rate available. Stop in the fitness center on Cedar Street or call 258-3900.

[the_ad_placement id=”banner-left-placement”]