Business Scene for the week of 3/7/17

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

The Lassen Association of Realtors will be offering three $500 scholarships this year. The scholarships are available to any Lassen County high school senior. Applications may be picked up at the Lassen Association of Realtors office, 1740 Main St. Suite C in Susanville from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information you can call 257-5220.

 

PATRICKS DAY DINNER

Knights of Columbus present the centennial St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at Monsignor Moran Hall on Saturday, March 18th from 4-7 pm. They will have the infamous cake wheel, and the traditional corned beef, cabbage and more that evening. Tickets are now available at Margie’s Book Nook and the Beauty Corral. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

 

IT’S BACK!

Kelly Smith, owner of Hodge Podge Lodge in Susanville, tells us $5 Fudge Days are back! Be sure and stop by the store on Wednesday and pick up a few of your favorites.

It’s starting to look like spring inside Hodge Podge Lodge too. Check out the all-new dishes, kitchen towels and more.

 

RESERVE YOUR CORNED BEEF TODAY

Blayne Mallery, co-owner of GL&L Smokehouse in Susanville, wants to remind everyone to reserve his or her corned beef for St. Patrick’s Day. They make theirs from a special, old-fashioned Lassen County brine recipe. Call 257-2527, or stop in at 702-865 Richmond Road to reserve or pick up your corned beef today.

 

SENIOR DAY GETAWAY

Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel hosts Senior Day Getaway the second and fourth Thursday of the month. They serve a delicious lunch; play bingo and lots of other fun activities. The lunch starts at noon in the Diamond Willow Room. They also have a new and improved birthday present. If you come in 14 days before or after your birthday, you can redeem your gift of up to $250 in points. Stop by the casino for full details and to enroll in the birthday club.

 

GOOD GRIEF HEALING HELP

Honey Lake Hospice hosts a monthly Good Grief support group at 6:30 p.m. at the Lassen Library the third Wednesday of the month. No matter how long it has been that you have been experiencing grief, this is a great opportunity to help you on the journey of healing. Knowing you are not alone in the process can make a big difference in processing the feelings of loss and despair. Mike Boretz, LCSW and Sandy Forrest, RN will facilitate the program. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

 

FREE WOMEN’S CONFERENCE

Lassen Community College is hosting a free community conference from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 8 at Middleton Hall. The theme is “Women in History: Honoring Women in Business and Labor”. Refreshments will be served and there will be a lovely performance by singer/songwriter Becky Beistline-Poulsen, who will introduce the beauty and wonderment of Alaska through song and lyrics.

 

SCHOLARSHIP NOW AVAILABLE

In honor of her late son, Tina Cordoba (owner of Town & Country Real Estate) is offering a scholarship to a graduating Lassen High School student this year. The 2017 Nicholas Jones Memorial Scholarship applications are available in the counseling office at Lassen High School (where Nicolas attended high school), or from Town & Country’s office on Main Street in Susanville. Application deadline is April 21, 2017.