Biz news for Dec. 8, 2009
SENIOR FOOD & GIFT BASKET DRIVE
Now through Dec. 22 the Lassen County Council on Aging/Food Bank and Lassen Senior Services will be taking donations for their Holiday Food and Gift Basket drive. They are in need of enough donations to make 50 gift baskets for our local senior citizens. You can see their ad in this week’s paper for a listing of all the donation stations. This holiday put a smile on the face of our elderly with your generous donation.BANK CELEBRATES THE SEASON
Plumas Bank is celebrating the holidays with the community by hosting holiday mixers on Thursday, Dec. 10, from 5:30–7 p.m. at both their Susanville and Chester offices.
By the way, be sure to congratulate the bank since they are also celebrating 29 years of community banking this month!
NOW OPEN IN SUSANVILLE
Simply Treasures is open! Be sure to stop into Simply Treasures to see the selection of beautiful dresses and gowns. They are sure to have a dress in stock just for your special occasion. Owner Marette Wakeman says the shop is in a great location in Uptown Susanville, next to Primo Deli. Marette has teamed up with Gaylynn Garcia, store manager who will also be selling her jewelry at the store. By the time you leave the store you have the perfect dress and accessories! There are many treasures at great prices. The store is open from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday thru Saturday.
NEW LICENSE ACHIEVED
Monath Construction, Inc. would like to let you know that they have obtained an additional license to their existing general engineering, general contracting, and concrete licenses. They have added a California State hazardous waste removal license. If you have an old underground storage tank or a spill that needs to be removed give them a call.
PURSES, PURSES AND SO MANY MORE PURSES
If you know someone who likes purses, and what woman doesn't, you must stop by Juwanna Tan. Owner Tammie Vial just received a bunch of new purses by Coach, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Kathy Van Zeeland, Betseyville, Dooney and Bourke, Jessica Simpson, Fossil, Steve Madden and many more. Stop by their Hall Street location in Susanville soon.
NEW PACKAGE DEALS
Serenity Pampering Arts is getting ready for Christmas. Massage therapist Christie MacVitie is offering package deals. You can get multiple massages (package deal) and give them as gifts to more than one person on your list. See her ad in today’s paper for more information. Serenity Pampering Arts is now accepting major credit cards.
NEW PET FOOD LINES
Animal lover Monte Kielty of Treats Dog Company tells us he is now carrying Canidae and Pinnacle lines of pet food. Once again he has Natural Balance pet foods, too. Be sure and stop by their Susanville or Chester locations.
RUBY AWARD: FOR WOMEN HELPING WOMEN
Soroptomist International of Susanville is accepting nominations for its Annual Ruby Award (formerly Making a Difference for Women Award) thru Dec. 21. Nominees must be women who have used their personal or professional influence and resources to improve the lives of other females. The recipient chosen to receive this recognition is eligible for an award of up to $500. Calling Suzanne O’Brien at 257-8866 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW FACE AT CLIP 'N' DALES
Amanda Byrd, owner of Clip 'N' Dales is happy to announce that she has high school student Micaela White now working with her. Micaela is working through the work-studies program with the Office of Education.