Business Scene for the week of 12/18/18

CONGRATULATIONS SLEIGH DAY WINNERS
We want to thank all of our sponsors and local shoppers for supporting the annual Santa’s Sleigh Days event. We’re pleased to announce the winners of our shopping sprees are Kyle Nelson, Francis Anderson, Tanya Berry, Brian Bevan, Deb Miller, Shirley Hutson and Susan McKenzie. Angel Burns won the family fair passes and Fred Binwanger won carnival wristbands in the Lassen County Fair drawings. Carol Van Amburg won the Ace gift certificate, Deb Wofford won the plush Tiger at Margie’s Book Nook and Michael Picco won the family membership at Iron Horse Gym.
At the Pet Station, their gift basket winners were Marli Cobb and Debbie Bricker. Cyndy Martin and Noreen won ornaments and an advent calendar, while Linda Engeln won the gift certificate at Zaengle’s Carpet One Floor and Home. Carol Van Amburg was a second time winner too, and got the hooded sweatshirt at Honey Lake Firearms and Janelle Kennedy won the wreath at Milwood Florist.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s promotion!

CANDLELIGHT SERVICES
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, located at 105 Ash St., will be having candlelight services at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 24. “Lo, How A Rose E’re Blooming.”

ADORE HIM
Community Free Church is having a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 25 at the Community Church on 1400 Numa Road. At Jensen Hall, they will be putting on a Free Christmas Dinner. Dinner will be served from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., and they will have ham and all the fixings, plus dessert. The church will also be providing dine-in, pick-up and home delivery. Just call one of these two numbers, and they will take care of you. 257-2924 until Dec. 24, 251-3803 or 310-5140 on Dec. 25.

PRE-NEW YEAR’S EVE WEEKEND SPECIAL
Tom and Joy Lim, owners of the White House Restaurant in Susanville, are excited to announce their two night prime rib and seafood pasta special going on the weekend prior to the new year. From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28 and Saturday, Dec. 29, sit down to a delicious meal of your choice of surf or turf delights. The White House Restaurant is located at 3085 Johnstonville Road, Susanville, just down from the Super Eight Motel. See their ad in this week’s paper, or call 257-6666 for more information. They will be closed from Dec. 30 through Jan. 1.

GOLDEN RULE TRUSS AND COMPONENTS
Mark Coblentz, owner of Golden Rule Truss and Components, is ready to help you with the construction of your new home, barn or shop. Their trusses are made from your choice of kiln dried or grain lumber, and are custom built up to 60 feet in length. All trusses are certified and engineered, and Golden Rule Truss and Components is not only locally owned, but family operated. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper, or call 251-6628. They are located at 706-360 Hwy. 395 E, in Susanville.

RELAXATION STATION, MASSAGE AND MORE
If you haven’t been in to Sierra Tan recently, now is the time to stop in. They have their all new zero gravity massage chair, relaxation station and co-owner Rachelle Barker has opened an antique and collectibles shop just inside the salon. They always have specials on tanning minutes, so don’t let the cloudy days get you down. See their ad in this week’s paper, or stop in at 60 Hall St., just behind the police station.

BAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT!
Merry Morsels owner Heather Arter is gearing up for your holiday pie orders. She will have pumpkin, apple, cherry, and blueberry pies available. Get your orders in early! Now when you are ordering your pies, don’t forget to pick up an extra treat. Arter has amazing cake pops, cupcakes, brownies and of course cakes. See her ad in this week’s paper and bring the ad in and receive a free treat! Merry Morsels is located at 2314A Main St. in Susanville.

BABY, IT’S WARM INSIDE
Stay warm this holiday season and beyond with reliable, affordable propane gas delivery service. Ed Staub and Sons offers a budget plan with set installments each month to make it easy during those cold months. They also have equipment installation, repair and maintenance. Not to mention 24/7 Cardlock Fueling, unleaded and diesel fuel. For more information see their ad in this week’s paper or give them a call at 257-3416. Their friendly staff is always ready to answer your propane questions.

GIFTS GUYS WILL LOVE
Our locally owned Napa Auto Parts store has stocked up on the latest in gifts for the car lover in your life and they’re all on sale just in time for Christmas. You’ll find everything from color changing LED lights you control with bluetooth and portable wireless speakers for your outdoor tailgating events, to portable jump starter power supplies, high quality DeWalt tools, portable compressors and more. So whether you need a stocking stuffer or a super special gift like a Genesis Elite tri-fold tonneau cover, head on over to Napa Auto Parts and let their friendly staff help you with your holiday shopping.

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