Business Scene for the week of 5/16/17

RABIES CLINIC AND ADOPTION DAY

This Saturday is the fifth annual low cost rabies licensing clinic and adoption day at Memorial Park. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All dogs must be on a leash, cats in carriers. You’ll want to bring all current rabies certificates for licenses. See the ad in this week’s paper for more information and prices.

 

UPTOWN WINE WALK

This Saturday is the Wine Walk in Uptown Susanville. From 2 to 5 p.m. you can stroll through some Uptown businesses and have a glass of wine. Wine glasses are available at Susanville Real Estate.

 

TIP-A-MOM

The local Soaring Eagle Blue Star Moms are going to be at Lumberjacks restaurant next Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. for another fun evening of Tip-A-Mom. Gather your friends and family and have dinner. The moms are hoping you help them continue to serve our local military sons and daughters with a tip for them and a tip for your server. If you get a coupon from a Blue Star Mom ahead of time, Lumberjacks will kindly donate 15 percent back to the Blue Star Moms.

 

LOTS OF GREAT TREASURES

Lassen Humane Society’s 12th Annual Yard Sale will be held this Friday and Saturday at the Lassen County Fairgrounds, in the industrial building. There will be something for everyone including bikes, laminate flooring, tools, garden equipment, furniture, toys and many more treasures to fit your budget. This event helps to provide valuable services for the community. See their ad in this week’s paper for more details.

 

VIVINT SMART SECURITY HOMES AND BUSINESSES

Former Lassen County resident Trevor Baum has returned to the area as the Vivint smart home security advisor. “After three college friends were brutally stabbed and assaulted in their home, I had the opportunity to meet the owner of Vivint. This conversation led me to my new career offering business owners and individuals peace of mind with a security system that can be remotely accessed via their smart phones,” according to Baum. Plus, they offer Life Alert and LifeLock fraud protection services with significant savings, so you can monitor your loved one’s and your credit while you are gone. For information on his free installation and activation fees for Lassen and Plumas county residents and businesses, be sure to see his ad in this week’s paper or call him directly at 251-6560.

 

SIX LESSONS AT CHURCH OF CHRIST

Susanville Church of Christ is offering a sixlesson course on Core Themes of the Bible. The lessons are from June 7-11. See their ad in this week’s paper for times and more information. You can also visit them online at susanvillechurchofchrist.org. On another note, they will be offering their vacation Bible school this year from Aug. 7 to 10 for ages 4 through 12.

 

CAR GIVEAWAY

Once again Jason Rieger, owner of Wheels West in Susanville, is giving a car away for Sober Grad. This is the sixth year that Jason has graciously given away a vehicle to one lucky graduating senior in Lassen County. This year, he is giving away a Nissan Sentra. Graduates must attend Sober Grad to be eligible to win the car.

 

HAPPY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY

Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon is celebrating their fifth anniversary. On Saturday, May 27 they’ll be serving up special celebration dishes and drinks all day long. “This event is an opportunity to show our customers how much we have appreciated their support,” according to coowner, Margaret Liddiard. So get your friends and enjoy some delicious food and spirits in Uptown Susanville. They’re also featuring live music by Liam Kyle Cahill, of Reno, from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 23.

 

FREE FAMILYLITROCKS CLASSES

Lassen Library is helping adults support their children’s literacy by not only building their own literacy skills, but also teaching their children to learn, grow and succeed in school. One Saturday a month, literacy registered parents and grandparents can head on over to the library and enjoy a fun-filled program. The next program is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 20 and the theme is Pajama Party. To find out more about this program, call the Lassen Library at 251-7471.

 

REGISTRATION NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR LITTLE MISS AND MISTER LASSEN COUNTY

The PLAY DATE will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 3 at the Lassen County Fairgrounds, the Russell Avenue gate. Meet in the wooden fire tower park area. Applications must be turned in to the fair office by 5 p.m. May 31. Participants must have reached their seventh birthday and may not have reached their ninth birthday by July 19 of this year. Applications are available at the fair office or online at lassencountyfair.org.