TOMATO FESTIVAL AND PURSES FOR PETS
From 2 to 5 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 23 is the annual Tomato Festival and Purses for Pets fundraiser to benefit the Lassen County Spay and Neuter Program by the Lassen County Humane Society. The gently used upscale handbag auction will also be taking place. There will be live music, heirloom tomato tasting and much more. Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin’ Thing, graciously allows this event to take place at her store in Johnstonville. For more information, see the ad in this week’s paper.
SADDLE UP FOR ST. JUDE
Once again, the Lassen County Sheriff’s Posse is holding its annual fundraising trail ride to benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The ride will be on Saturday, Sept. 23 at Upper Susanville Ranch Park. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper, or call Dennis Oberg at 260-0806.
BACK OPEN SOON
Pak N Ship will soon be back open with their regular Monday through Friday hours. Owner Juan Guzman’s father recently became ill, and he is now on the mend. Juan was grateful for all the phone calls, but assures us he will be back open at the end of the month full time. You will find Pak N Ship at 20 N. Fairfield, or give him a call at 251-0441.
THEY’RE AT WALMART
Beginning this Thursday, Sept. 21 through Monday, Sept. 25 Wheels West will move their inventory down to Walmart for an end-of-the-summer sale. JR Lunsford, of Wheels West, tells us, “We will be working with three local credit unions to get you the best rate.” He also said, “If you’ve been thinking about buying, now is the perfect time.” They have lots of trucks and SUVs for winter driving, too. See their ad in today’s paper for more information.
LIVE LIFE IN BALANCE
Have you been feeling off balance lately? Are you experiencing health issues like pain, TMJ, learning disorders or having difficulty sleeping? Local kinesiologist Jon E. Olson tells us these are just a few of the areas that can be improved by correcting structural and neurological disorganization in the body’s muscle and energy systems. Using customized, gentle, non-invasive techniques and therapies like the BEMER, cold laser and red light, neurovascular and lymphatic massage, brain integration, nutrition and pulsed electromagnetic field treatments, Olson has helped hundreds of clients enhance their overall health, mind, body and spirit. If you’d like to learn how kinesiology could empower you to get your life back in balance, call Jon E. Olson at 310-4277 to learn more.
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE ART SHOW AND RECEPTION
Bryan and Roxanna Haynes, owners of the Bottle & Brush Art Bar, want to invite you to their Art Show and Reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 28. They will be featuring works of 10 local artists. Plus, you can mingle with your friends and enjoy their quality craft beers and California wines. The holidays are just around the corner and the Hayneses are now taking bookings for private parties, team building meetings, as well as their monthly Paint & Sip classes. Look for their ad in this week’s paper for the pictures of the upcoming art projects you can register to attend at bottleandbrushartbar.com
HOPE AND HELP FOR MENTAL HEALTH ILLNESSES
Mental health issues are on the rise and millions of people are suffering in private due to fears of judgment or lack of awareness of community resources. So Peter Celum, executive director at Lassen Family Services, Dale and Angela Claiborne, pastors from the Fresno Valley Christian Center and local pastor and addiction specialist Jennifer Kirklin will be hosting a free community conference titled ARISE, Mental Health And The Church on Sept. 23. The program will be from 9 a.m. to noon. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.
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