Biz news for May 18, 2010
NEED SOME GOLF LESSONS?
Dan Kowall of Diamond Mountain Golf Club tells us he is a PGA Teaching Professional now available for private lessons. Tim Mooney, USGTF PGA Teaching Professional, of Lake Almanor, offers private playing lessons, as well as golf clinics twice a week. The clinics are on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For more information about the clinics, call the golf course. To set up an appointment for golf lessons, call Tim at 816-0713.GENTLEY USED
Nu 2 U is open in Uptown Susanville with gently used quality fashions, household items and more. Nu 2 U is a second hand store that benefits Mountain Circle Family Services Inc., programs for foster children. In addition to accepting local donations, they are also looking for volunteers who would like to make a difference. They are located in the alley on North Lassen Street next to City Hall.
COLCO INSURANCE WELCOMES
Andy Beck and his Aflac duck are on the move to a new pond. Andy can now be found at COLCO Insurance on Main Street in Susanville next to The Health Nut. Andy is celebrating his fifth year with Aflac and said he loves how they take care of their policyholders should they have a claim. Besides offering Aflac products, Andy also offers legal plans through Pre Paid Legal Services Inc., the number one company in pre paid legal plans. Give Andy a call at COLCO Insurance.
Marette Wakeman, owner, is happy to announce the re-opening of M&M Treasures now called Simply Treasures on May 18. Marette and Gaylynn Garcia, manager, are very excited to serve Susanville with the new look of the shop and continued discounted prices. Marette said she truly appreciates Sharon Olinger for her devotion while at M&M Treasues and wishes her success in her upcoming endeavors. Simply Treasures is located on McDow behind the Farmers office on Main Street.
WANT A HOME COOKED MEAL
Coventry Gardens is serving a Friday night dinner with home style cooking. Treat yourself to a delicious dinner. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.
NEED FUND RAISERS
The Lassen County Fair is looking for a few organizations to help with some services during the fair time. These services are paid and can be used as a fundraiser. If your group is interested in this fund-raising opportunity at the fair grounds please contact the office.
SAVE THE DATE
Joan Moran has been a teacher in Lassen County for 41 years. She had decided it's time to retire. There will be a retirement party for her on June 4th at the Grange Hall in Johnstonville. Festivities will begin at 4:30, with a meet and greet, and dinner will be at 5:30. To purchase tickets, call Joanne Vossler at 257-7006, or Cheryl Phillips at 257-8618.
TIME TO PLANT AND TASTE
Every Bloomin' Thing is hosting a couple of classes this week. At 5 p.m. on Wednesday and 10 a.m. on Saturday you will find the Classy Containers class with local professional planter Linda Dunn. At 5:30 p.m. on Thursday you can learn how to grill and cook with fresh herbs with Chuck Lucchesi.
ADD INSTANT COLOR AND LENGTH
Now any women can easily and affordably add instant color highlights or lowlights to her own hair with the Hairdo Fineline 5-piece clip-in extension kit. Hairdo Fineline is the latest in clip-in extension technology, made with true2life heat friendly synthetic hair. Just as with real hair, this soft, natural looking fiber can be curled or straightened with thermal styling tools to create any style you want. Designed especially to add exciting color accents to your hair, these affordable, ultra-lightweight and easy to attach pieces can be put in and taken out in a matter of minutes. Now available at Suzanne’s Ultimate Salon.
Judy Cook, owner of Finders Keepers in Uptown Susanville has new hours now that the weather is warming up! Cook informs us the shop will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 5p.m., Monday through Saturday. Do you know a collector that loves items from times past? At Finders Keepers you will find collectables galore.