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Business Scene for the week of 7/19/17

Landscaping business opens
Justin Bradford has started Creative Landscapes on Peninsula Drive at Lake Almanor. The company specializes in full service landscaping and maintenance, including sprinkler systems and ponds. With 13 experienced employ- ees, he describes their work as creating an “artistic, living environment that will provide years of pleasure.” Justin graduated from Greenville High School and began his landscaping career in 2006. Photo by Becky Brewster


Jessica Flynn

Chester resident Jessica Flynn has joined the Flanigan Leavitt Insurance Agency. She works out of the firm’s Susanville office assisting clients with their homeowners and auto insurance needs. Jessica is a licensed agent with more than three years of experience. The Susanville office is located uptown at 608 Main Street. Agency owners Mike and Valerie Flanigan also have offices in Quincy and Reno and are part of the 10th largest privately-held insurance brokerage firms (Leavitt) in the nation with the national resources, expertise, problem-solving skills and key insurance company and underwriting relationships to provide you with the right solutions to all your insurance needs.


Crescent County owner Lisa Forcino has invited Eva Gorman, owner of Josefina Fine Knits in Greenville, to hold a special class at Lisa’s store in Crescent Mills on Saturday, July 29, from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Eva titled her class “Knitting, Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts,” explaining that all knitters will eventually need to learn to fix their own mistakes on the fly instead of ripping out and starting the project over with the best techniques to help you “read” your knitting. The $65 per person registration fee includes lunch. The class is limited to eight students; to register contact Eva at 415-497-7514.


It would be hard not to notice the terrific new look with the landscaping around the Town and Country Properties office on Highway 70 in East Quincy. Kudos to Johnny Mansell, the real estate office’s owner and broker, and the rest of the gang for a job well done!


The treats just keep coming this summer at the Paradise Grill in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy. Chef Luis Santos added a decadent collection of cool and refreshing summertime pies — strawberry, peach and boysenberry — to the menu. And that’s just a few of the many choices you can select from their pie showcase. And just a reminder, patrons can dine inside or outside in their newly added outside dining patio. The restaurant features an extensive selection of breakfast, lunch and dinner meals and sides.


Sonja Partain, owner of Graeagle Millworks in downtown Graeagle, is excited about the opening of a satellite location she named The Millworks Coffee Express. It’s a convenient drive-thru coffee hut featuring the same coffees, blended drinks and pastries sold at her downtown Graeagle restaurant. The drive-thru is located  at the intersection of Highways 70 and 89, across the street from the iconic Barn.


A lot has been going on with the Quincy Chamber of Commerce, reports Chamber Director Lisa Kelly. She says they now have a rejuvenated board of directors that includes new members Kris Miravalle taking on the secretarial duties, Jennifer Bromby and Susan Scarlett. They join President Matthew Kitchens, Vice President Janice Robinson-Haman, Marketing Director Lisa Kelly, Treasurer Cheryl Kolb and directors Scott Cash and Kevin Trutna. They are very committed to making the Quincy Chamber a thriving and vital organization serving the best interests of its membership and the community. Like any volunteer organization, they are always looking for members and help so if you are interested in being a part of this exciting revitalization effort, contact quincychamber.com or by email at [email protected].

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