Biz news for Dec. 14, 2010
NOW OFFERING GIFT CARDS
Lorin and Judy Galassi, owners of the Susanville Papa Murphy's, informs us they now have gift cards available. They can be purchased at their Main Street location. Speaking of Papa Murphy's, be sure and stop in to enter for a chance to win one of over 30,000 Papa Murphy's gift cards that will be given away in the "Colossally Massive, Super, Ginormous Sweepstakes."
NEED TO GET INTO THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT?
Susanville Assembly of God Church on Richmond Road is once again having a Christmas program. Pastor JD Estacio informs us this year’s program, "God Coming Down" with praise and worship will be this weekend at 7 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. It's a wonderful holiday event for the whole family. Child care is provided as well.
OPEN AT THEIR NEW LOCATION
Rich and Tammie Vial, owners of Juwanna Tan, in Susanville have opened their tanning salon in their new location. They are now at 60 Hall St., right behind the Police Department. They completely remodeled the building, and now have nine tanning beds of various kinds. They will be carrying a lot more merchandise in their store with all the extra room they have. Stop in soon to see what they have.
MASSAGE MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE
If you would like a monthly massage, then maybe a massage membership is just for you. Susanville Massage is now offering a monthly membership. You pay a monthly fee and get one massage with your membership and that discounted (membership) price on any other massages you want. Give Annie Westerbeke, CMT a call today to get your membership.
IT'S A CHRISTMAS PAWTY
Treat Dog Company in uptown Susanville is hosting a Christmas Pawty for your four legged friends. Santa Paws will be there for the party from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 18. You can get your pets picture taken with Santa, and be sure and check out the free stocking filled with goodies they will be given away. It's sure to be a pawsatively good time!
QUICKER COMPUTER RESPONSE TIME
If you recently purchased a computer for the holiday gift-giving season, then Zachary Solis, at Quantum Computers, wants to remind you that many new systems come with lots of things loaded on them that can slow down your systems response time. “We offer affordable system tune ups and servicing so your computer operates efficiently with the right software and hardware to meet your personal and professional needs” according to Solis. “We just removed a virus from one clients computer that was taking over 10 minutes to access the internet, now he’s up and running in less than 15 seconds.” See their dial-a-pro ad in this week’s paper for more information.
FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA
It’s time again for the third annual Community Food Drive at Banner Lassen Medical Center. Bring your donation of non-perishable food items to the Lassen/Shasta room from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Dec. 15 and you could get your photo taken with Santa for your donation. See their ad for more details.
AND THE WINNERS ARE....
Some of the lucky winners from Santa Sleigh Days are; $100 winners; Craig Stokes, Steve Dustin, JaneNell Riley, Diana Goetchius and Vivian Brazzanovich. These lucky five winners get to spend their shopping spree money at any of the participating Santa Sleigh Days merchants.
Glenda Quarisa won a $100 store gift certificate from Billington Ace Hardware, Beth Laver won a $25 store gift certificate to Margie's Book Nook, Tim Ackley won a gift basket from Simply Treasures, Yvette Neely won a $250 store gift certificate to Leslie's Jewelry, Tasia Harrison won a girls gift from the Lassen County Times and Norine Mathews won a boys gift from the Lassen County Times.
Beginning Jan. 13, for 13 weeks is a new class called Divorce Care. Being offered for anyone divorced, going through a divorce or separation. The class is a Christ centered program, the classes are held at Susanville Assembly of God church (you don't have to be a church member to attend). The classes will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. every Thursday evening for the 13 weeks. For more information contact Janette at 257-7899.