Business Scene for the week of 12/12/17

AMMO, DECOYS, SELF DEFENSE
If you haven’t been up to Honey Lake Firearms recently, now is the time to get that last minute Christmas shopping done. Whether it’s decoys or ammo for the hunter or shooting enthusiast, or a pepper spray stocking stuffer to a new firearm for that special someone on your list, owner Jeff Cagle and his staff can help you find just the right gift.
Honey Lake Firearms is located at 600 Main St., Susanville, and is open Monday through Saturday.

LAST WEEK FOR CHRISTMAS AT THE RANCH
Irene Doyle tells us this is the last weekend for the Doyle Ranch Christmas Store to be open. If you haven’t had a chance to stop by, be sure to take the short drive to Milford and check out the unique selection of gifts and home décor made by several local artisans.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE
Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon is now taking reservations for their annual New Year’s Eve surf and turf dinner. This is a popular event, so call the pub to book your space. Plus, you can also attend the party where you’ll get favors, a champagne toast at midnight and a free ride home from Lassen Rural Bus and all without a cover charge. They will be featuring the live music of Studded Jules from 8 p.m. to midnight.

THERE’S STILL TIME TO ORDER NEW RELEASE BOOKS
Margie and David Teeter at Margie’s Book Nook want you to know there is still plenty of time to place special book orders that will arrive in time for Christmas. They’ve also stocked up on a great selection of 2018 calendars, puzzles for when you’re stuck indoors, and they’ve got your favorite Melissa & Doug learning toys and gift sets on sale. Before you head out to the big chain stores or shop online, head on in to Margie’s Book Nook for some good old-fashioned values and hometown customer service.

HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONS TO ENHANCE YOUR LIFE
Local kinesiologist Jon E. Olson has put together a new client special to give you a chance to experience firsthand how much better you can feel by correcting muscular imbalances and neurological faults. He’s helped clients with digestive disorders, back, knee, joint and shoulder pain, headaches, allergies and a host of other health issues. If you’re tired of feeling achy and rundown, then make an investment in your well-being or give a gift certificate to someone you love this year.
Applied Kinetic Concepts uses state of the art technology to help you attain a better quality of life. Check out their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

THE WINNERS WERE…
This year’s Santa’s Sleigh Days was once again a huge success. Many people participated and made the rounds to all of the participating merchants. The lucky winners of the $50 each shopping spree were Jeanette Cook, Debbie Bricker, Janet Svoboda, Pan Vazquaz, Ruby Grace and Judy McInnis. The grand prize winner, winning a $200 shopping spree, was Bucky May. Congratulations to all of the lucky shopping spree winners. Have fun shopping.
Many stores had their own in-store drawings. Sharon Beaurage won a 2-ton floor jack from Napa/Lassen Motor Parts, Maria Mankins won a Christmas arrangement from Milwood Florist and Pet Supply, and Anthony Rios won a $100 store certificate from Billington Ace Hardware.

ORNAMENTS GALORE
Heading to a Christmas party? Need a gift for the gift exchange? What better gift to give than an ornament? If you’re looking for a unique, fun or unusual one, head Uptown to The Elegant Iris and The Men’s Den. Owners David and Blake Huhtala have so many ornaments in their store. Be sure and check out the huge decorated tree while
you’re there.