Biznews for March 26, 2013
GLUTEN-FREE TASTING AT THE HEALTH NUT
Stop by The Health Nut this Thursday, March 28, for their gluten-free tasting event. Gourmet cook Linda Owings will be preparing some new dishes for you to try from Namasté Gluten-Free Foods. For your tasting pleasure she'll be offering a new broccoli cheese pasta, slices of freshly baked bread and for dessert, Namasté Blondies. She'll have some fun gifts, free recipes and money-saving coupons, too. You'll be able to enter a free drawing for a bag of gluten-free products.
ANNUAL KIWANIS EASTER EGG HUNT
The Susanville Kiwanis Club will be having their annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 30 at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. Each area will have a golden egg that can be turned in for an Easter basket. Be sure to bring your little ones for this fun, community event.
EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
Honey Lake Valley Assembly of God will be hosting the Janesville Community Churches’ annual Easter Sunrise Service. The service will start at 6:30 a.m. sharp March 31. There will be a bountiful breakfast to follow. See their ads in this week’s paper for more information.
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE
There will be a community-wide Good Friday Worship Service from noon to 12:55 p.m. this Friday, March 29 at Gospel Tabernacle Church. The church is located at the corner of Ash and Fourth streets. The Evangelical Ministers Fellowship of Susanville sponsors it.
STATE OF THE ART WELLNESS ANALYSIS
Dr. Branvold, D.C. at Susanville Chiropractic Clinic, tells us he recently attended a new training program to add Quantum Reflex Analysis services to his practice.
“QRA is a testing method that reveals your body’s needs using a simple and yet profoundly effective system of testing the bio-energetic status of the body’s key organs and glands. Using the proven medically accepted muscle testing on the acupuncture reflex points, the practitioner can customize a treatment to create balance, strength and well-being,” he said.
To introduce this new service he is holding a free community seminar from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 2. Seating is limited and you can see his ad for registration information.
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FITNESS ON REQUEST
There are some big changes happening at Anytime Fitness in Susanville! Manager Deb Shuford informs us they are expanding their fitness center by 850 square feet to allow for their new Fitness on Request program, which will include TRX Suspension band training as well as Pilates, yoga, kick-boxing, boot camp and more. Free to their members are nutrition and support groups, too.
She said, “Our goal is to help members reach their goals with a program.”
You can like them on Facebook to keep up with current events, or call Deb at 257-7770. They are located at 2635 Main St., Susanville.
GROW YOUR OWN SPROUTS
If you like nothing more than fresh, homegrown sprouts, you will want your very own Seed Sprouter, now available at Every Bloomin' Thing. Owner Melissa McCoy owner, tells us they just arrived.
Melissa, along with several garden-lover employees, recently attended an educational workshop in Reno. They learned new things for troubleshooting gardens, preventing weeds and insects, and one of the most amazing items Melissa tells us is that you should use warm water when spraying plants or grass.
For more information, stop by their Johnstonville store, or visit them on Facebook.