Business Scene for the week of 12/19/17

REMEMBER YOUR COLLECTOR
Don’t forget that special person on your gift list who likes collectibles. Judy Cook, owner of Finders Keepers in Uptown Susanville invites everyone to come in and see the selected vendor items on sale during the month of December. She has vintage jewelry, Christmas ornaments, toys, books and much more. Finders Keepers is located at 602A Main St., Susanville.

READY FOR WINTER DRIVING?
If you are headed out of town, whether it’s for the holidays, or just out driving, be sure your car is ready for winter. Paul Romesburg, of Paul’s Automotive, tells us now is the time to get your car or truck scheduled to make sure it’s running properly. The last thing you want is to get stranded on the side of the road. Paul offers more than 30 years of his own experience in the automotive industry. They also have a Christmas toy store at the shop. While you wait for your car to be serviced, you can enjoy a hot cup of coffee, watch TV and shop. Give them a call today at 251-5200 to schedule your appointment.

TAX TIME?
No, it’s not quite tax time, but according to Mandy McGarva, CPA, it’s not too soon to start thinking about your taxes. In fact, she is already taking appointments for the 2017 returns. She also reminds us she takes new clients. Give her a call to set up your appointment, 260-0439, or stop by her office at 900 Main St., across the street from US Bank.

NAMED PREMIER STORE
Sears Hometown Store in Susanville was just named a 2017 “Sears Hometown Premier Store” for consistently offering the highest level of customer service, as well as outstanding store performance and quality standards. Owner Kevin Smith tells us, “We strive to serve our community with the highest-level of customer service, so this recognition speaks volumes to the hard work and dedication of each and every one of our employees.” Congratulations to Kevin and Kitty Smith and all of their employees for the recognition.

OPEN EVERY DAY UNTIL CHRISTMAS
Sherry McBroome and her crew up at Sierra Jewelry Company in Susanville are hard at work until Christmas. Sherry said they are open every day until Christmas, including Christmas Eve. Remember, they happily wrap gifts you purchase there, too. Visit them at 801 Main St. in Uptown Susanville, or give them a call at 257-2578. The store will be closed from Dec. 25 through Jan. 1 so they can enjoy their families. They will open again at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2.

GET YOUR TICKETS FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE
Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel still has tickets available for its annual New Year’s Eve party. The surf and turf dinner starts at 6 p.m. You can enjoy dancing to the live music of Forgery. If you want to have a really special night, check out their hotel and entertainment packages.

A GREAT PLACE TO GATHER AND SHOP
The Bottle & Brush Art Bar wants to remind you they have a great selection of unique gifts and paintings made by local artisans in their gift shop. Plus, you can get gift certificates for their paint and sip classes, so your loved one’s can free their inner artist. If you’re looking for some place to go and get together for a little holiday cheer, this is the perfect spot to sample wine and beer. You’re always welcome to bring in your own snacks to enjoy, too. If you haven’t been to the Bottle & Brush Wine Art Bar yet, be sure to stop in this holiday season.

FREE CHRISTMAS DINNER
Community Church is once again serving a free Christmas Dinner at Jensen Hall at the Lassen County Fairgrounds on Christmas Day. The ham dinner with all the fixings and dessert will be served from 3 to 5 p.m. You can dine-in, pick-up or for home delivery call 257-2924 until Dec. 24. On Christmas Day, call 260-3130 or 310-5140. All are welcome.

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