Biznews for July 1, 2014
CAL-SIERRA TITLE NOTES 52 YEARS
Here’s some longevity definitely worth noting: For 52 years Cal-Sierra Title has been providing escrow services, title insurance, bulk sales, business and liquor license transfers to clients inLassen,Plumas and Sierra counties. David Windle began working for the firm in 1973 and he and his wife Virginia bought the business in 1998. They serve this tri-county region with 13 employees staffing branches located inSusanville,Chester,Quincy and Graeagle. This year David is also serving as president of the California Land Title Association.
MASSAGE BY SAREENA
Sareena Estes, certified massage practitioner, is now practicing massage in Uptown Susanville. Just returning from maternity leave, Sareena is available by appointment, Sunday through Wednesday, with some evening appointments, too. You will find her at 120 S. Gay St. on Pancera Plaza. She offers many different types of massage, from back to the basics to Body Glow, an invigorating body polish. You can schedule your appointment by calling Sareena at 249-9615.
SHEPARD JOINS THE LOOK
Angie Pierce, owner of The Look Salon, welcomes Amanda Shepard to her salon. Amanda has returned to Susanville after spending time training at a salon in Orange County. She specializes in hair extensions, wedding and special occasion make-up and up-do styles, transformations, highlights and more. Be sure and see their ad in today's paper for her July special. You can call The Look to make your appointment at 257-2484, or find her on Facebook, Amanda Shepard Hairstylist and Makeup Artist.
BRAND NEW WEB STORE
Mary Ellen Huffman, co-owner of The Gift Boutique and Antiques in Susanville, is excited about her new website, countrygirlsales.net. Log on to see what she has to offer, stop by the store at 1430 Main St., Susanville or you can call her at 249-4939 for more information.
NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
In addition to taking new patients, Dr. Granville Marshall, of Marshall Healthcare, is now a network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield. They are located at 170 Russell St., Suite L in Susanville. Call 313-5529 or see their ad in this week’s paper for more information.
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CALLING ALL SUPERHEROS
The Susanville Nazarene Church is now taking registration for the “Dare to be Super” Vacation Bible School being held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 7 through 11. The program is open to all children grades kindergarten through sixth. For registration information, see their ad in this week’s paper.
ANNUAL CRAFT AND OUTDOOR SALE
Lassen Senior Center in Susanville is now accepting vendor registration for their upcoming annual craft and outdoor sale Saturday, July 12. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the local Meals on Wheels program. So if you have hidden treasures you need to sell or make wonderful gifts or crafts, be sure to contact them to get your affordable booth space and make a little extra summer fun money today.
4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS AND AUTO RACES
Start off your weekend Friday night with the annual auto races followed by a fireworks show at the Lassen County Fairgrounds! Racing starts at 7 p.m., tickets are available at the fair office or at the gate. For more details and ticket pricing, see their ad in this week’s paper or call 251-8900.
No Stone Unturned in Westwood is celebrating their first anniversary. Owner Evelyn Stone tells us new items arrive daily, and there's new inventory for every season at her Birch Street business.