Biznews for June 3, 2014
WESTWOOD SALON OPENS
Hair stylists Brittany Atkinson and Linda Stevens, and manicurist/pedicurists Misty Moya and Lana Beal are the co-owners of the newly opened To Dye For Hair and Nails on Birch Street in Westwood. The ladies, all longtime Westwood residents, said their salon offers an array of services that include haircuts, styling, coloring, manicures, pedicures, facial waxing and tanning. Photo by Valorie Chisholm
NEW MANAGER AT PAYLESS BUILDING SUPPLY
Payless Building Supply welcomes James “Jim” Kooyman to the team as their new general sales manager. Jim has more than 30 years business experience regionally and is excited to be a part of the Payless team. Payless Building Supplynow has Evergrain decking in stock! For more information about sizes available and pricing, see their ad in this week’s paper or call 257-5123.
WESTWOOD ANNIVERSARY NOTED
Evelyn Stone celebrates her first anniversary with her Westwood business, No Stone Unturned. The Birch Street store offers gently used household items and clothing.
HOLMES JOINS AXIA
Local branch manager Cheryl Holmes is happy to welcome her husband to her office. Ken Holmes is a licensed loan originator. You will find Cheryl and her team in their new offices at 2940 Riverside Dr, Suite C in Susanville.
ALL NEW WRAPS
Little Italy owner Mark Nareau informs us he recently added some new items to his menu. Enjoy a chicken Caesar or Greek salad wrapped in a fresh spinach or sun-dried tomato wrap. Also they now have a light cucumber salad and a new Mediterranean pasta plate. Mark also reminds us they deliver, whether to your work or home. Be sure and check today's ad for an amazing offer.
HEADLINER BAND ANNOUNCED
Jim Wolcott, manager of the Lassen County Fair, has announced the headliner band for the Friday Night Coors Light Country Night as Little Texas. Tickets are available online at lassencountyfair.org, or call the fair office for more information at 251-8900. See their ads in this week’s paper for information about all ticket sales and a schedule of events.
FREE SUMMER MOVIES FOR KIDS
Mike and Carolyn Smith, owners of Sierra Theatre and Uptown Cinemas in Susanville, have put together a great selection of classic movies for free summer matinees. These merchant-sponsored summer matinees are free when you pick up your tickets in advance at one of the 10 participating merchant sponsors. The first showing is on Wednesday, June 11, so look for their ad in this week’s paper and pick up your tickets today for a fun family outing.
PETER PAN COMES TO SUSANVILLE
At 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 13 and 14, the Lassen College Gymnasium will be host to J and J Performing Arts’ all dance rendition of the beloved fairy tale, Peter Pan. For more information, call 260-1575 or log onto their website at jandjperformingarts.com. Tickets are available at select local businesses; see their ad in this week’s paper.