Business Scene for the week of 9/18/18

LMAE CONSORTIUM MEETING
The Lassen-Modoc Adult Education Consortium, formerly Lassen County AB86 Consortium, will be holding a community meeting in the Lassen Community College boardroom from 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20. The public, school members and business partners are invited to attend and learn more about the adult education programs available in the area. They service 11 school sites with 25 adult education programs throughout the area to prepare adult students no matter where they are in their educational journey. You can find out more about their regional programs at lassencollege.edu/academics/Pages/Grants.aspx.

FALL FAVORITES AT VENDOR FAIR
Honey Lake Valley Association Hall, formerly the Grange Hall will be having a Craft and Vendor Event show from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22. The hall is located at 472-690 Theatre Road in Susanville. Be sure to stop by and see what these local sellers have to offer. The holiday season is fast approaching and it’s never too late to look for that special gift.

FAMILY TRACK & FIELD DAY FUNDRAISER EVENT
At 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, the local MOPS organization will be hosting a Family Track & Field Day event, which features 41 Track & Field activities for ages 1-13. The event will be held at Lassen High School and includes short and long distance runs by age group, a family 4 x 100 relay event, plus other field events.
You can also try your skills at the free obstacle course for participants, indulge in cupcakes from Merry Morsels, and enter the new bike drawing just to name a few of the fun activities they have planned. If you’ve been looking for something to do with your family, then pre-register by emailing [email protected]. There will be limited registration the day of the event from 9 to 9:30 a.m. For more information, call Christina at 661-428-1999. All proceeds support the local MOPS chapter.

THE RODEO IS COMING
Mark your calendars for the annual Lassen Community College Rodeo, Friday through Sunday, Oct. 12 – 14. This year’s rodeo is bigger, better and at a new location at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. You can find out more details by visiting lassencollege.edu. This is a great event to bring the family for some good old western style fun!

PRODUCE STAND TUESDAY AND SATURDAY
Martin’s Produce Stand in Susanville is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Saturday. They have melons, tomatoes, squash, pumpkins and more. The produce stand is located at the corner of San Francisco Street and Johnstonville Road in Susanville. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.

WOMAN’S HEALTH SCREEN
Northeastern Rural Health Center in Susanville will be having their annual Woman’s Health Screen during the month of October. Their low-cost physical exam offers women a great opportunity to make sure they are on track to being healthy. If you want to learn more about the services covered, costs and to schedule an appointment, see their ad in this week’s paper.

GET YOUR HOME READY FOR THE COLD WEATHER
Arlin Billington, owner of the local Billington Ace Hardware has stocked up on all the supplies you need for the cool fall and pending winter season. The Strawberry Mountain premium wood pellets are now in stock. These popular clean burning, no wax or additives pellets have low moisture, fumes and ash content and are a 100 percent natural, renewable heat source. Plus he tells us he has RV anti-freeze window washer fluid rated for 15 degrees below. If you’re not sure what you need to winterize your pipes, or you just want to stock up on packaged kerosene and emergency preparedness supplies, you’ll find the helpful hardware folks are ready to offer your personalized shopping services.

HELP, HOPE AND HEALING FOR SEXUAL ABUSE SURVIVORS
Samaritan Safe Church is a na­tional program for adult survivors of child sexual abuse. Community Evangelical Free Church, Susanville Church of the Nazarene, Valley Christian Center, Susanville Assembly of God, Lassen Missionary Baptists Church and Eagle Lake Community Church have joined together to offer a community outreach retreat from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, for individuals seeking healing solutions to move from a victim, to a survivor and at last becoming a thriver over their traumatic experiences and adversity. The long term physical, spiritual and emotional impact of sexual child abuse can rob a person and their family of a life of peace, hope and healing. While it isn’t always easy to talk about how to move forward when there has been so much pain, this retreat might be the first step for someone suffering to heal the grief within.
The program will be led by Peter Celum, M.Div of Christian Counseling & Conciliation and Shayla Ashmore, LMFT, Director of the CHAT program at Lassen Family Services. They will be using art, music, writing and reflection, in addition to discussion in order to raise awareness of this issue and inspire others to use their power as adults to protect children from sexual harm. Space is limited for this retreat which will take place at Eagle Lake Community Church in Spalding. See their ad for registration details and more information about this enriching program. Limited registration scholarship assistance is available for those with a financial hardship.

BEAR MOUNTAIN HEATING PELLETS
The weather is starting to turn, and Savage Ranch Feed Supply is ready. Owner Debi Savage says they are carrying Bear Mountain Heating fuel pellets, as well as Bear Mountain flavored barbecue pellets. For more information, or to get information on pricing, see their ad in this week’s paper or call 254-6315.

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