Business Scene for the week of 8/15/17

NEW SIGN

Have you driven down Main Street Susanville recently? Longtime Susanville shop Haircuts by Brenda, next to Jackson’s Service Center, has a brand new sign up. Owner Brenda Unterreiner just had it installed recently. Don’t forget to get your haircuts before school starts. No appointments needed.

 

EASY TO BE A MEMBER

Did you know it’s easy to become a member of the Lassen County Federal Credit Union? Not only do they make joining easy, they also offer many free services to their members. Be sure and check out their ads in this week’s paper for more information, or you can stop by their Riverside Drive location next to Walmart. You can call them at 257-7736.

 

VEHICLE READY FOR SCHOOL

With the school year soon to begin, you’ll want to make sure your vehicle and your children’s cars are ready to go. If you’re a doit- yourselfer, remember the locally owned Lassen Motor Parts/NAPA has all the oil and filters you will need to make sure their car is ready. Don’t forget the antifreeze and coolant you may need, too. For all your car care items and much more, stop by Lassen Motor Parts on Main Street in Susanville. Manager Jerry Rice and his team are happy to assist you with whatever you’re looking for. You can call them at 257-5131.

 

FLIP-FLOP SUNDAY IN THE PARK

Bring the family and join St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at Memorial Park this Sunday, Aug. 20 for Flip-Flop Sunday in the Park. Full Lutheran service will be held at 10 a.m., followed by music and fellowship. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic for after the services. For more information, you can call the church at 257-2223.

 

1962 CLASS REUNION

The Lassen High School Class of 1962 is having their class reunion this Saturday, Aug. 19 at Diamond Mountain Casino. Cocktails are at 5 p.m., dinner at 6:30 p.m., and organizer Donna Morelini said anyone from the ‘50s and ‘60s classes are welcome to join them around 7:30 p.m. For more information, you can call Donna at 257-4904.

 

4-H OPEN HOUSE

Want to know more information about 4-H? Have kids that might be interested? Well now is the perfect opportunity to find out more information about 4-H with project demonstrations and time to have your questions answered. From 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21 at Jensen Hall at the Lassen County Fairgrounds, you can join Darcy Hanson, the 4-H program advisor, and enjoy a root beer float while you hear all about the local 4-H programs.

 

AIR FAIR SATURDAY

This Saturday is the Susanville Air Fair out at the airport in Susanville. You can start the day with a pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. Enjoy the remote control airplanes, helicopter rides and much more fun for the whole family. For more information on this yearly event, call Steve Datema at Susanville Aviation at 257-2030.

 

HONEY LAKE FIREARMS SUMMER SALES

Jeff Cagle, owner of Honey Lake Firearms in Uptown Susanville, has all sorts of sales going on for the end of summer. Stop in at the corner of Roop and Main streets in Susanville and follow the color-coded signs to great savings from guns to ammo. Honey Lake Firearms is open Monday through Saturday. Check out their Facebook page for details.

 

SIERRA TAN WELCOMES MEGAN SANDEEN

Sierra Tan owners Jon Barker and Rachelle Martinez welcome cosmetologist Megan Sandeen to their team. Sandeen operates under her studio name, The Tease. Sandeen is taking new clients and can be called at 249-6202.