Business Scene for the week of 9/4/18

NEW LOCATION FOR FOOD BANK
The Lassen County Council on Aging announces the new location of the Lassen Modoc Food Bank warehouse and office. Their new location is 611 Main St., in Uptown Susanville. The food bank hours are currently 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, with on call assistance available. For more information on hours and distribution sites, or to access an emergency food distribution, call 257-4884.

LMUD CUSTOMER APPRECIATION BARBECUE
Lassen Municipal Utility District is hosting their annual Customer Appreciation Celebration from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 6. Join your friends and neighbors for a barbecue hot dog lunch, a drawing for an LMUD gift card and while you are there, pick up other free items, which will be available at 65 South Roop St., at the LMUD Business Office.

FALL IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
Melissa McCoy at Every Bloomin’ Thing tells us that they are having a Mixology Class at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8.
They will have a demonstration of four hand-crafted cocktails featuring unique fruit infusions. Seating will be limited for this event, so make your reservations early to reserve your seats. This event will be hosted by Margaret from Lassen Ale Works and Melissa. See Every Bloomin’ Thing’s ad in this week’s paper.

BENELLI SHOTGUN SALE
Jeff Cagle, owner of Honey Lake Firearms in Uptown Susanville, is having a sale on Benelli shotguns. For sale details, stop in at the corner of Roop and Main streets and while you are there, check out the wide variety of guns, ammo and reloading supplies. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

SOLUTIONS FOR UNWANTED FACIAL HAIR
Naeem Akhtar and Manjit Ahuja, at Touch of Thread in Uptown Susanville, tell us that as women get older and experience hormone changes, it can often cause an excess of unwanted facial hair. If you’ve been experiencing this lately, you might want to try a chemical free, all natural solution to plucking and waxing. Hair threading is an ancient technique that has stood the test of time. It is less painful, there are no break-outs, and they’ll professionally shape your eyebrows to flatter your face. You can select from individual areas on your face and neck or have a full face threading treatment. Stop by their unique boutique at 22 North Lassen St., and check out the latest in embroidered, beautiful dresses and skirts, purses, jewelry and home décor, too. Be sure to tell them the newspaper sent you.

FEED AND SUPPLY STORE IN STANDISH
Looking for options for your livestock feed and supplies? Savage Ranch Feed and Supply is open in Standish. They carry a wide variety of feed and supplements for all classes of livestock. They carry the brands you have come to know and trust. Savage Ranch Feed and Supply is located at 471-150 Thomas Blvd. in Standish. They are open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Saturday, closed Friday and Sunday. Call 254-6315 or see their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

REACH MORE HOLIDAY SHOPPERS
Attention business owners: If you want to reach an audience of readers who want to shop outside the box this holiday season, don’t miss your opportunity to advertise in the annual Home for the Holidays magazine. This special full color, glossy stock magazine features local activities and shopping events, from craft fairs and the tree lighting ceremonies to holiday entertainment and recipes. It’s a great place to connect with customers who care about supporting community businesses like yours.
Home for the Holidays will publish in the Lassen County Times, the Westwood PinePress and the Chester Progressive on Nov. 13 and 14. The advertising deadline to reserve your space in this popular publication is Sept. 27. It will also appear online at lassennews.com, giving you a professionally designed holiday ad that will reach an even larger audience. To learn more or to reserve your ad space, contact your advertising consultant today.

HAIRAPY BY DAWN

Longtime Lassen County resident Dawn Lunsford has opened her own hairstyling salon, Hairapy by Dawn. Lunsford has been styling hair for her clients for 33 years, specializing in a wide variety of styles of colors and cuts. Hairapy by Dawn is located at 805 Main St., Suite C, in the Uptown Susanville Mall. Dawn is available by appointment only, call 257-4444. Photo submitted