Business Scene for the week of 3/28/17

DRUG FREE PAIN RELIEF
Have you been suffering from chronic back pain? If so, spinal decompression is the most effective conservative care for problems such as sciatica, bulged discs and osteoarthritis.
Susanville Chiropractic Clinic has helped many residents with drug free pain relief. Plus, they’re offering exercise with oxygen therapy to boost energy, decrease inflammation and have you feeling better in no time.
To learn more about these state-of-the-art health care services, consider attending one of their two classes being offered at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 28. You can also see their ad in this week’s paper for more information on their free consultations.

HONEY LAKE HOSPICE AFTERNOON TEA
It’s time for the ninth annual Honey Lake Hospice Afternoon Tea on Saturday, May 13. The tea is from noon until 2:30 p.m. at Jensen Hall at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. Advance ticket purchases are required, and you’ll want to get yours fast because this is always a sold out event. So invite your mother and lady friends for a fun-filled afternoon and indulge in some delicious treats and great conversation. You’ll find more details in this week’s paper.

LUNCH AT THE VFW
The community is invited to a special luncheon being hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, William Davidson, Post 2381. This second annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day event will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 1 at the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street in Susanville.
There will be activities, drawings and the Post is providing Native American Seniors with a free lunch.

WELCOME NEW HOME INSPECTOR
Local resident Dan Loeffelholz tells us he’s recently opened Diamond Peak Home Inspection services. Loeffelholz passed the national home inspection exam and is a member of CREIA. If you’re thinking of buying, selling or refinancing your home and need a home inspection, then give him a call to schedule your appointment.  You’ll find his contact information on our Dial-a-Pro page.

GRAND OPENING OF NEW RESTAURANT
If you love Mexican/American dishes, then you’ll want to go to the grand opening of the newest restaurant in Susanville, El Cuatrero. Located at 950 Main St., they’re open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. seven days a week for breakfast and lunch starting April 1.
Owner Horacio Figueroa tells us he’s put together a delicious menu featuring his famous carne asada, giant burritos and lots of other favorites.

SPRING CLASSES STARTING
Jackie Earnshaw, owner of SitSpot Canine Center, has spring dog training classes starting soon.
There is also a single session workshop on leash manners. Classes have limited enrollment for lots of individual attention. For more information on classes and start dates, call 257-3161.

REDEFINE YOUR BODY
Summer is coming in just a few months and Dora and Rudy Valentine, owners of Iron Horse Gym in Uptown Susanville, invite you to try out their state-of-the-art facility. They offer fitness on demand, personal trainers, youth fitness and the Silver Sneakers program. Plus, 24-hour access is available. So if the winter weather has given you a couch potato body, don’t worry, the professionals at Iron Horse Gym are ready to help you redefine your figure so you’re feeling fabulous and looking great.