Biz News for May 1, 2012
The Susanville Grocery Outlet is bringing in a lot of gluten-free products and even more organic produce. They now have one of the largest selections of micro-brews, and even some organic beers. Owners Andrew and Carrie Baum remind us they even carry propane and ice for those days you're heading to the lake, or just barbecuing around the house.
The soon-to-be graduating eighth grade class at Richmond School is having a fundraiser this Thursday, May 3 at the Susanville Pizza Factory. Thanks to owner Jeff Chew, the class will get 10 percent of the sales that day to use toward their eighth-grade trip. What a great time to take the whole family out for lunch or dinner.
TWO PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT
Angela Pehrson has been promoted to vice president, human resources manager and Elizabeth Steffen to vice president, technology resources manager at Plumas Bank.
Angela joined the bank in 2006 and received her professional human resources certification in 2010. Her responsibilities include developing and maintaining corporate HR policies, ensuring compliance and enhancing employee growth and productivity.
Elizabeth joined the bank in 2009. She manages network administration, eBanking and the customer resource center. She is accountable for directing and ensuring the effective, efficient and secure operation of all technological functions of the bank. She received her bachelor of science degree in business administration/ information systems and her master’s in technology management from the University of Phoenix.
GOLF LESSONS ANYONE?
If you have thought about taking up golf, now is your chance to learn the game. PGA Professional Greg Killingsworth is now offering instruction at Diamond Mountain Golf Course in Susanville. Looking for total game improvement, or just need to work on your putting, chipping or course management? Call the clubhouse to schedule an appointment with Greg, or call him at home at 825-3468.
Be sure and check out the golf course ad in this week's paper for their May specials, and for Mom the Diamond in the Rough is offering great deals for Mother’s Day.
THEY'RE AT A NEW LOCATION
Juwanna Tan has a few new faces working in their salon. Robin Craven and Debbie Callegari of Adiago Beauty & Wellness are now inside Juwanna Tan. You will find them at 60 Hall St. They both kept their same phone numbers.
CAR WASH AND BAKE SALE
The Shaffer School 8th-grade class of 2012 is holding a car wash and bake sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 6 in the IGA/Susanville Supermarket parking lot. All donations will go directly to help with the cost of their end-of-year trip to the San Francisco Bay Area. Come out and enjoy a sweet treat while your car gets clean!
ZUMBA FITNESS PARTY
New Image Racquetball and Fitness Center is hosting a Cinco de Mayo Fitness Party from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 4. There will be raffle prizes and lots of fun! For advance tickets or more information, contact Lauren Morley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are also available at the door.
JO DEE MESSINA TICKETS
Jim Wolcott, manager of the Lassen County Fair, is pleased to announce tickets for the Jo Dee Messina concert will be available on their website starting at noon, Wednesday, May 2. The concert will be Friday, July 20, during the Lassen County Fair.Go to lassencountyfair.org and click on the Admit one button to purchase tickets. See their ad in this weeks paper.
MEET AND GREET BARBEQUE
Supervisor candidates Jean Hodge and Steve Pezzullo are teaming up to host a Meet and Greet this Sunday, May 6. The barbeque is from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Memorial Park. There will be music as well. It’s a great time to ask these candidates any questions you may have.