SHINE SOME LIGHT
This time of year is meant for evenings sitting outside in the backyard. Maybe you need some lighting out there, or perhaps you need a ceiling fan/light replaced. Martin Nine, licensed electrical contractor, can do it all for you. With more than 30 years of experience, he is available for any service and repair work.
He can do new construction, remodels, additions and any general lighting maintenance you need. Martin also offers 24 hour emergency service. You can reach him at 249-2912.
MOVIE NIGHT-ALL INVITED
Susanville United Methodist Church is hosting “The Shack” at 6 p.m. this Friday, June 16 in the sanctuary, 70 South Lassen St. They will be providing popcorn, water and soda. Admittance is free, but they will be accepting donations. For more information, or to RSVP, call Jeannie Long at 253-2109 or the church office at 257-5893.
THE CUTEST DOG IS…
Recently Treats Natural Pet Marketplace hosted the cutest pet contest at their Susanville store. Well the winner was Odin, owned by Meghan Robbins and Brian Colbert. They were the lucky winners of a gift basket, especially with Odin in mind.
Dr. Jacqueline J. Bae, COO/CEO at Lassen Indian Health Center tells us they are having a Wellness Conference from noon until 6 p.m. June 16 and 17 at the Susanville Indian Rancheria Gym. The conference is open to the public and you are encouraged to stop by and get the latest in health and wellness tips.
FATHER’S DAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT
Tom and Joy Lim, owners of The White House Restaurant in Susanville, invite you to bring your dad to lunch or dinner on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 18. They will be open from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and host a wide variety of dishes on their menu from burgers to steaks that are sure to make dad happy. They are located at 3085 Johnstonville Road, Susanville, just down from the Super 8 Motel. See their ad in this week’s paper or call 257-6666.
BLUEGRASS AND BARBECUE
On Wednesday, June 21, head out to the Lassen County Fairgrounds for their Bluegrass and Barbecue Local’s Night. Listen to Bluegrass music with your family free of charge, enjoy a tri-tip dinner (available for purchase) with all the fixings. Tickets for the dinner are available at Margie’s Book Nook and the Lassen County Fair office. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.
LASSEN PLUMAS CONNECTION
Our sales staff has begun selling the 2018 edition of the Lassen Plumas Connection telephone directory, the only locally produced — and most cost-effective — phone book that covers all of Lassen and Plumas counties, including parts of Sierra County. For 23 years, we have been providing the region with the most complete and comprehensive listing of residential and business listings in an easy-to-read and easyto- use format. We also include cell-phone numbers for those who choose to list them — all you have to do is call our newspaper office and provide us with the number since they are not available for purchase from the telephone companies.
Some 42,000 phone books are hand-delivered to homes and businesses throughout the local area, primarily by local school and youth groups. The delivery has become a major fundraiser for them. Since that very first edition in 1995, these groups have earned more than $200,000 for delivering the books. So when you remember, thank the advertisers in the yellow pages because a big chunk of advertising revenue in this book goes right back to our local youth.
So, Mr./Ms. Business Owner: Our professional advertising consultants are available to design a customized ad package that will market and promote your services in print and online. The entire phone book is posted to our two popular and highly visited websites: lassennews.com and plumasnews.com. For more information, rates and assistance give me, Erika Guisti or Laura Tew a call here at the Lassen County Times, 257-5321. We’re here to help with all of your marketing needs. Unlike other phone book representatives from out of the area, we’re here working with you throughout the year.