Business Scene for the week of 5/30/17

NEED AN UNUSUAL SIZED SCREEN?

Not only has Russell’s Window Cleaning been cleaning windows in Lassen and Plumas counties for 30 years, but Bob Russell tells us they now offer custom screens. If you need a new screen, you can give them a call at 257-2985, and they will make you one.

 

VFW LUNCH

The first Saturday of the month, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2381 host a luncheon open to the public. This Saturday the lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. downstairs at the Veterans Memorial building on Main Street in Susanville. The Jammers will be providing live music for the luncheon. Bring the whole family. Children under 10 eat for half price. If you have any questions, call VFW Post Chairman Delmer Brown at 249-6037.

 

CHILDREN IN POVERTY

Did you know that one-sixth of Lassen County’s population is children? Did you also know that about one in five of them are currently living in poverty? Does this shock you? Check out Lassen County Department of Child Support Services Facts Worth Sharing ad in this week’s paper for more facts, and find out how you can help. You can always contact them for more information, at 866-901-3212.

 

SPRING RECITAL COMING SOON

If you enjoyed the movie Toy Story, you will enjoy watching the dancers of JandJ Performing Arts with their dance rendition June 10 or 11 at the Lassen College Gymnasium. Tickets are available in advance at JandJ Performing Arts and other locations. For more information, call 260-1575, or check out their website at jandjperformingarts.com.

 

GET YOUR TOYS READY!

Brothers Terrin and Tucker Vargas down at Livid Edge Motorsports are helping four-wheel drive enthusiasts gear up for summer fun. They offer service and repair on all things four-wheel drive, from dirt bikes to trucks, with reasonable pricing. Inside the shop, they display a wide array of optional items like shocks and bumper kits for your toys. Stop in at 2995 Johnstonville Rd., Susanville or call 257-4867 to make an appointment to have your vehicle serviced. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

 

MANICURIST JOINS SIERRA TAN

Jon Barker and Rachelle Martinez, owners of Sierra Tan in Susanville, welcome Karisa Harper, licensed manicurist, to their salon. Harper operates The Happy Nail and is available for both manicures and pedicures. Harper may be reached at 249- 1428. Sierra Tan is offering a graduation special on spray tans; see their ad in this week’s paper for more information. Sierra Tan is located at 60 Hall St., Susanville.

 

PATRIOTIC DECOR AND MORE

Kelly Smith, owner of Hodge Podge Lodge, has an all-new display of patriotic items in her Main Street Susanville store. You will find solar lights, yard signs, wreaths, aprons and more. You will also find a wonderful variety of Susanville souvenirs from syrups, to bread mixes and more. If you’re looking to put a gift basket together, what a great way to add a little Susanville to it. Stop by Hodge Podge Lodge soon to check it all out.

 

GRADUATION GIFTS

Miller’s Vending Mall in Susanville has graduation gifts and gowns for her. They also carry a selection of Bath and Body Works items and candles. Come check out their selection and great prices. Miller’s is located at 63 N. Roop St., Susanville.