Jeff’s Digitex Printing’s two new large-format printers are just the next step in the nearly 40-year-old downtown Fallon business’s commitment to evolve with changing technology.
The company, owned by Jeff and Jill Christiansen, started in 1972 in the days of duplicators and mimeograph machines. Today, it offers graphic design, high-quality printing, copying, silk screening, embroidery, and many more services.
Businesses can find a full array of services on state-of-the-art technology at Jeff’s Digitex Printing, allowing them to design and print high-quality business cards, flyers or marketing material.
The new large-format printers allow customers to create large posters in full color on canvass, photo-quality print or paper.
But Jeff’s customers reach far beyond the business community. The silk screening and embroidering services brings in high school sports teams, individuals who want custom hats or T-shirts, and people creating personalized gifts like embroidered towels.
“The customer’s imagination is the only limiting factor,” said Jeff Christiansen.
Christiansen also owns two other businesses that are located in the Jeff’s Digitex Printing building. Susie’s Fallon Picture Framing offers high-quality framing, matting and laminating. Susie has been framing photos for 20 years, and is nationally certified in picture framing. And Spring Valley Rentals offers housing and storage unit rental services in the Fallon area.
For more information visit www.jeffscopyexpress.com.
A new restaurant serving Greek, Mediterranean and continental cuisines opened up in Fallon this fall, and is already looking to expand.
66 Center Bistro, owned by Michael Meginness and run by Chef Tasso Mara, serves up affordable lunches and bold dinner dishes at 66 W. Center St. in downtown Fallon.
Whether you prefer Moussaka, rack of lamb or Filet Mignon tips, Mara has built a unique menu that ranges from traditional Greek dishes and French specialties to classic American fare.
Mara relies on his three decades of experience in the restaurant industry — including stints at Carmel’s Quail Lodge, Sheraton Hotels and Fallon’s Slanted Porch — to build 66 Center Bistro’s diverse and flavorful offerings.
The dinner plates are complimented by affordable lunch items, such as $5 Gyro sandwiches, and specials like the restaurant’s popular Sunday Champagne brunch.
Mara opened the restaurant in late September, just as the Northern Nevada growing season was waning. But he is using local meats in his dishes, and plans to expand his use of local produce this spring and summer.
He also plans to expand the dining room into the neighboring units in the building soon.
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Produce and fresh fruit does not get any more authentically Fallon than at Lattin Farms, a fifth-generation Lahontan Valley business with a big reputation for everything from full-flavored red raspberries and cantaloupes to home-baked goods and jams.
But each fall Lattin Farms becomes more than a source of good fruit and produce. Hay rides, a legendary corn maze, a pumpkin patch, cow trains and pick-your-own-produce are only a few of Lattin Farm’s Fall Festival offerings each October that make the farm an annual autumn tradition for Fallon families.
The Fall Festival events are held each Saturday in October, and are a perfect place to pick up pumpkins for Halloween, or take the kids out to enjoy the most memorable moments of fall.
Founded in 1860, Lattin Farms has a long history and a deep tradition of providing first-rate agriculture from Fallon’s fertile soil. Many local restaurants use Lattin Farm’s fresh fruits and vegetables in their recipes. And for many Fallon residents, a trip to the farm’s fall festival is an annual autumn rite of passage.
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