Biznews for June 11, 2013
NEW SUMMER HOURS
Alison Templeton, owner of Crow’s Nest Studio, is announcing her new hours for summer. Alison will be attending summer courses at Chico State University, so her open hours at the studio will be from 12 to 4 p.m. Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and also by appointment. Call Alison at 310-3407 for more information and to schedule workshops or birthday parties. She is located at 1015 Main St., Susanville.
NEED A RIDE OR FOOD DELIVERED
Did you know Eileen's Delivery Service will not only deliver your favorite foods, groceries, dry cleaning, etc, but she also offers a ride service. If you used to use vouchers for the taxi service, be sure and check out her inexpensive services.
Eileen also tells us, "With the (children) home for the summer, parents can call me and I will be happy to go pick up food for their (children) and deliver it to them, that way parents don't have to leave cash laying around."
You can reach Eileen at 250-5140.
Mark your calendars for next week's Camp Grizz basketball camp. Coaches Jessica Larson and Dorinda Shaffer run this camp every year. It's open for children ages 8 to 15, and set for June 17 through 20. Children ages 8 through 11 will be held at Lassen High School from noon to 5, and ages 12 through 15 is at Lassen College from noon to 5. For more information, call Dorinda at 260-3706.
HELP THEM GIVE BACK
The Tina Cordoba Team at Town & Country Real Estate wants to give back to the community, and they are asking for your help.
Tina tells us, "When you buy or sell with us we will donate a minimum of $100 (customer’s choice) to either the Arnold Field ADA renovations, or toward a community pool." Cordoba tells us they will be doing this through Dec. 31.
Due to illness, Judy Cook, owner of Finder’s Keepers in Uptown Susanville, has been forced to keep her antique shop closed for the past couple of months. Beginning this week, as health allows, she is planning to re-open for a few hours each day. She encourages you to call before heading up, but is anxious to begin serving the community again. She hopes to resume her regular hours soon. To see if she is open, call 257-4299. Finder’s Keepers is located at 602A Main St.
BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE
Fair time is just around the corner, and Jim Wolcott, general manager of the Lassen County Fair, encourages everyone to come into the office at 195 Russell Ave. in Susanville and take advantage of their buy one, get one free special on season passes to the fair. They also have discounted pre-sale carnival wristbands. Hurry in while supplies last! The Lassen County Fair runs from July 17 through 21.
HOOVES AND ANGELS FUNDRAISER
The local nonprofit horse rescue and rehabilitation organization, Hooves and Angels, tells us they will be hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 21 at Diamond Mountain Casino. At 9 p.m. there will be live music by the Side FX band. See their ad for ticket information.
WEIGHT LOSS AND WELLNESS
Did you know two out of three people in Lassen County are overweight? One out of two have at least one chronic disease such as hypothyroidism, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and high blood pressure. If you are in one or more of these categories then ask yourself, “Are you getting better?”
If not, then consider attending Dr. Ron Branvold’s free weight loss and wellness workshop from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 11 at the Susanville Chiropractic Clinic.
GET HELP LEARNING HOW TO QUILT
Laura Roberts, owner of Country Pines Quilting, tells us she has a great selection of new quilting kits in stock from beginner level to advanced.
“Quilting is a great stress reliever and a wonderful creative outlet, too” said Roberts.
If you have an old quilt needing repair or an unfinished project, just bring it on down and they can help you fix and finish your project. Plus, they will have a booth this year at the fair in Jensen Hall.