A new business in the county has people on a tight rope. Connections On Course, Inc. offers a challenge and rope course. Created by Wendy Riley, Beth Dekker and Katy Anderson, Connections offers activities with a network of ropes, cables, platforms, logs, swings, pulleys, and initiative games to enhance friendships or relations with co-workers. The women offer two different challenge and rope courses for personal parties such as family gatherings and birthdays, or company picnics or retreats.
For more information, call 265-0469, 320-2566, or 477-1604.
Rebecca’s Mighty Muffins & More has opened at 421 Colfax Ave. in Grass Valley. The shop features muffins, scones, cookies and a variety of baked goods. Owners Jeromy and Sara Laurin also offer lunches such as sandwiches, salads and pasta dishes. All sandwiches are made with fresh baked bread from the store. There are vegetarian and organic selections, as well. Rebecca’s Mighty Muffins & More is open daily from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. To contact them, call 273-2904.
The Bel Capelli Aveda Concept Salon relocated last month to 477 S. Auburn St. The change of space did not change its phone number, however. Clients can continue to reach Bel Capelli at 477-2832.
The Nevada City Chamber of Commerce will host a presentation on a report it commissioned to determine the economic impact of the Nevada City business community on the budget of Nevada City.
The Chico Economic Development Department at California State University conducted the study. Director Warren Jensen will give a presentation to summarize the report and explain the data further. The meeting will be at 9:30 a.m., Feb. 26, at City Hall, 317 Broad St. in Nevada City. For more information or to RSVP, call 265-2692.
Century 21 Davis Realty, Inc. in Grass Valley announced that Gene and Joan Lehman have bought one-third interest in the real estate office. The pair join owners Jody Wood and Michael Wilkie.
Day-to-day operations will remain the same, with Wood as broker and corporate president, Wilkie as business manager and corporate chief financial officer, Joan Lehman as corporate secretary and Gene Lehman as sales manager. All four broker owners will continue to represent clients as buyers and sellers.
Pacific Gas & Electric Company has been named “Tree Line USA Utility” by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The acknowledgment hails from PG&E’s efforts to care for the health of trees, removing branches and limbs that grow too near its power lines, according to the company.
The utility conducts an extensive year-round line-clearing program, safely trimming trees and clearing brush from more than 90,000 miles of distribution lines and keeping “vegetation-free” the bases of 600 transmission towers and 120,000 distribution poles.
The Computer Authority. net, a new business in the county, offers computer repair, virus retrieval and custom-built systems for the home or office. Owners Scott Johnson and Chris Monroe provide in-home service and installation. For more information, call 477-5951.
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