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Biznews for Jan. 13, 2015

NIGHT BOUNCE AND MORE

Jolea Clapp, co-owner of Jumpin' Joey's tells us they have a lot going on at their indoor bounce house. This weekend, January 17-19, and then again January 23-25, they have a special offer for new customers. Be sure and see their ad in this week's paper for the details.

Then on Jan. 24 they will be having a night bounce from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information give them a call at 257-5867.

LOCAL GUEST SPEAKER

Randall Cochran, recent heart transplant recipient, will be the guest speaker at the Monticola Club luncheon, catered by the Roseberry House, Jan. 15 in Susanville. If you wish to attend, please call Joan at 257-3197 to reserve your spot.

WESTWOOD’S SIXTH ANNUAL CHOWDER COOK-OFF

Rain, snow or shine, make a note on your calendar to attend Westwood’s sixth annual family friendly Chowder Cook-Off at the Westwood Visitors Center on Saturday, Jan. 17. Sponsored by the Westwood Chamber of Commerce, it features a barbecue, crafts, a no-host bar, live music by Spur of the Moment, a kids’ bounce house and a 50/50 cash drawing. If you make a pretty mean chowder yourself, you might pocket some of the winners’ cash prizes. It’s not too late to enter; applications will be accepted up to the morning of the cook-off. For more information call the Chamber office at 256-2456. If there is no answer leave a message.

NOW SERVING LASSEN COUNTY

Longtime tractor dealer (previously of Valley Ag & Tractor and Floyd A Boyd) Jerry Duerre, is now operating Pacific Ag Rentals (PAR).

Duerre says they offer rentals, sales, leasing and rent to own. They specialize in John Deere tractors. You can reach Duerre at 339-8577.

WINTER HOURS

Every Bloomin' Thing is operating with their winter hours now. Owner Melissa McCoy, tells us they are open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is the only time of the year they are not open seven days a week.

THE GIFT OF TOUCH

Katherine Ellena, Kat’s Massage Therapy, is excited to announce she is now available by appointment inside Sierra Tan. Kat graduated last year from the National Holistic Institute in Sacramento and has more than 900 hours of training in massage therapy. Call and ask about her new client specials, she is even available for evening and weekend appointments. Kat can be reached at 310-1107, or stop in at Sierra Tan at 60 Hall Street, Susanville.

LOCAL DOCTOR PUBLISHES BOOK

Dr. James Snell, local marriage and family therapist, has recently published a book entitled, People of God Speak up, the World’s Gone Crazy” and is going to be interviewed on American Family Radio on Jan. 14. His book is available at Margie’s Book Nook, Artisan Coffee in Janesville, and Dr. Snell’s office at 608 Cottage Street, Susanville. To listen to his interview from our area, go to afr.net the program is titled Today’s Issues.

TRACTOR SUPPLY NOW OPEN

You will see familiar faces when you step through the doors of Susanville’s own Tractor Supply Company, located at 142 Robs Way.

Manager Bill Payer heads up the local team, and assures a friendly and knowledgeable shopping experience. Tractor Supply is open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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