Biz News for July 31, 2012
AAA in Susanville is hosting a Summer Check-up event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3 at their Main Street location is where the festivities will be. Stop by for a free car check-up and hot dog. While you are there, get an auto quote and receive a free "adventure kit."
SUMMER FUN FASHIONS
Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters and consultant for the Vault Denim line of jeans, tells us she has a great selection of summer fun capris in stock at the salon.
Need a reason for a ladies fun night in? Consider booking a personal jean party so you can share the great deals with all your girlfriends in the comfort of your own home.
CELEBRATING 10 YEARS
On North Roop Street in Susanville you will find Clip 'N' Dales. Owner Amanda Byrd tells us this month she is celebrating her 10th anniversary in Susanville — in the same location all these years. She offers pet grooming and teeth cleaning for your four-legged friend.
SAVE ON STAIN
If you’ve been wanting to stain your deck or fence, there is no better time to do it! Payless Building Supply has great pricing on Superdeck transparent stain, and you save even more by shopping locally and not paying the gas bill and higher sales tax for an out-of-town trip. Stop in at 702-340 Johnstonville Rd. or visit their website, paylessbuildingsupply.com. See their ad in this week’s paper.
FREE QUARTET CONCERT
Susanville Church of the Nazarene will be holding a free concert at 10 a.m. Aug. 5 featuring the music of the Liberty Quartet. There will be a potluck lunch following the concert. See their ad for more information.
LOCAL ARTIST ART SHOW
If you missed seeing the amazing one-of-a-kind jewelry designs by Edith Schwirian at the Art Around the Lake show in July, don’t worry. She tells us she will be at the Almanor Art Show Saturday, Aug. 4 and Sunday, Aug. 5. You can contact Schwirian at schwirianjewelry.com for more information on her upcoming shows and 2012 collection.
OIL PAINTINGS, GUNS AND MORE
If you haven’t already, get your tickets now for The Sierra Sportsmen dinner and fundraiser this Saturday, Aug. 4 at Diamond Mountain Casino.They have lots of great raffle and door prizes, as well as a tri-tip dinner and live music. Call Betty at 254-6536 or Jane Nell at 310-3668. See their ad in this week’s paper.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTS NAMED
It was announced last week that Richard L. Belstock has been promoted to executive vice president, chief financial officer and Kerry D. Wilson has been promoted to executive vice president, chief credit officer for Plumas Bank.
As chief financial officer, Belstock manages accounting, internal audit and risk management. His duties include financial reporting, budgeting, asset/liability management and internal controls. He joined the bank as vice president and controller in 2006. A certified public accountant, Belstock has more than 30 years of experience in financial accounting and regulatory reporting with 10 of those years as controller and chief accounting officer for another California bank.
As chief credit officer, Wilson is responsible for managing the bank's loan portfolio; developing, directing and controlling all lending activities and ensuring bank lending policies and procedures are followed. Wilson joined the bank in 1997 and most recently held the position of senior vice president, credit administrator. He officially received this title in February 2012, but has been acting in this capacity for the past year. Wilson has 30 years of banking experience, half of that at Plumas Bank.
Andrew J. Ryback, president and chief executive officer, said, “The board of directors and I are pleased to acknowledge both Belstock and Wilson through these two very well-deserved promotions. Their strategic insight, dedication and focus have made them an integral part of our executive team and we look forward to their continued contributions.”