Business Scene for the week of 1/15/19

JANUARY WELLNESS WORKSHOPS
Jon Olson, kinesiologist at Applied Kinetic Concepts, is holding two free community wellness workshops from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17 and Thursday, Jan. 24. The meeting will be held in the conference room at the Susanville Mall, located at 805 Main St. If you’ve never had a kinesiology session, you’ll get a chance to learn about and experience the many benefits of using this and other wellness techniques to improve your overall health, as well as reduce stress and achieve your goals.
We all need a little extra help sometimes and Olson specializes in helping clients find a holistic way to correct muscular and neurological faults, while enhancing your health, mind, body and spirit. You can stay for the whole program, or simply drop in for as long as fits your schedule. He’s also worked with veterans and individuals with PTSD from abuse to put their painful past behind them and find a new sense of joy in life. If you or someone you love could use a fresh new way of looking at life, be sure to attend one of the programs. You can learn more at appliedkineticconcepts.com or call him at 310-4277. If you have a horse, he also has the Bemer services for them too!

LASSEN COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIPS
If you know a local high school or college student pursuing a career in agriculture or agri-business, then be sure to encourage them to apply for the Lassen County Farm Bureau Scholarships. Applications must be completed by the applicant and postmarked on or before March 15 to be considered by the committee. Students interested in applying can contact their school counselors or call 257-7242 for an application.

FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED
Paul Romesburg, owner of Paul’s Automotive, shared with us the shop is now family-owned and operated by him and both of his sons, Nathan and Matthew. They are still a full-service automotive shop ready to help with any problem your vehicle may be having. With winter still upon us, be sure your car is ready for this rough winter weather. Paul tells us now is the time to get your car or truck scheduled to make sure it’s running properly. Give them a call today at 251-5200 to make your appointment.

COMMUNITY CHURCH
Celebrate Recovery every Friday at 6:30 p.m. at 110 N. Gay Street. New Year — Fresh Start! Join them Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Childcare and graded children’s programs are available. Community Church is located at 1400 Numa Road. Call 257-2924 for more information.

WHEN THE POWER IS OUT THE CASINO IS STILL OPEN
Now that we are in the heart of winter weather season, when the power goes out and the house is getting cold, jump in your car and head on over to the Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel where the lights are on, the heater is working and the restaurant is ready to serve you up a hot, fresh delicious meal. Plus, you can enjoy a little recreation at the slots and see if you might be their next big winner. The gas station and mini mart are also open and able to provide you with propane and lots of delicious snacks and beverage food!
Pizza Factory is also open during power outages and serving up your favorite Italian sandwiches, pizzas, salads and soup, made fresh daily at their Susanville and Janesville locations. If someone you love is a shut in, be sure to invite him or her to go with you, or order them dinner to go. We all need to look out for our neighbors, family and friends during the winter storms and sharing a meal is a great way to connect.
In the south county, The Mark is open for you to get supplies and stock up on gas when the power is out, but they can only accept cash transactions. They also carry propane, too, to get your generators running.

SHARE YOUR WESTWOOD, COUNTY PHOTOS
If you have a photo or photos you would like us to consider using in the 2019 Lassen County Visitors Guide that exemplifies everything that makes this county such a great place to visit, especially from the Westwood area, we encourage you to submit them via email to [email protected]. Be sure to include details about where the photo(s) were taken, your phone number and permission for us to use them in our publication without compensation. If we use your photo(s), we’re happy to give you the appropriate photo credit. Deadline for submission is Feb. 15. We encourage photos with people doing visitor-type activities, but scenic pictures are also welcome. Pick up a copy of the 2018 visitors guide at one of our offices or at one of the many local business where they are available to get an idea of the kinds of pictures we’ve used in the past. For more information, call or email the Lassen County Times: 257-5321; [email protected].

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