Biz News for May 29, 2012
It’s time for the third annual Customer Appreciation barbecue at Brian Wilson’s State Farm Insurance office, in combination with Idaho Grocery. It’s set for 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. this Thursday, May 31. The Urrutias at Idaho are barbecuing up tri-tip sandwiches and chorizos. It’s a great way for the Wilsons and the Urrutias to show appreciation to their customers.
The Lassen County Fair has extended the deadline for the Old Timer’s contest and the Grand Marshall for the parade. The new deadline is Friday, June 8. Applications are available on their website, lassencountyfair.org or in the fair office.
THE WINNERS WERE
Room by Room Interiors owner Naomi Turner would like to congratulate the winners of her drawing held at the Home and Garden show in Susanville. Jennifer Cowson, Linda Griffin and Holli Speers were the lucky winners of a design consultation. Naompurchased a van so she can easily take care of your staging or redesign all in one day. She can provide tricks to help you showcase your home to it’s potential. Call her today at 310-3496.
NEW NAME, NEW SERVICE
Cindy Dieter offers a variety of business services to her clients, hence one of the reasons for the name change. She is now operating with the business name of Cindy Dieter Business Services. On top of everything she already offers, she is excited to be able to offer Estate Planning Services in conjunction with a licensed attorney.She provides confidential services in the comfort of the client’s home. She also said, in the near future she will be offering educational information about living trusts to individuals, couples, families or groups and organizations. You can call her now to reserve space in any upcoming event. You can reach her at 253-3422 or see her ad in this week’s paper.
GRADUATE CELEBRATIONS WELCOME!
With graduation ceremonies kicking off this week, Margaret Wang, of Happy Garden Chinese Restaurant, congratulates all of the classes of 2012. Margaret and her staff have a variety of tasty dishes and appetizers to choose from and welcome small and large groups alike. She wants to remind everyone she has Wi-Fi and the Sports Channel to enjoy while you dine. Happy Garden is located at 1960 Main St., Susanville; for take-out call 257-5553. See their ad in this week’s paper.
DOING HAIR IN SUSANVILLE
Beckie McClelland is now back home in Susanville doing hair. You can find her inside Juwanna Tan on Hall Street, or give her a call at 526-2635.
WESTWOOD COMMUNITY MIXER
Plumas Bankis hosting the annual Spring-Fling Community Mixer at their offices on Birch Street in Westwood from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, June 7. They will offer hors d’ oeuvres and refreshments so be sure and stop by to mix, mingle and eat!
NOW OPEN AT THEIR NEW LOCATION
Rhonda and Steve Fuller, owners of Great Basin Antiques, have just completed moving to their new Uptown Susanville location next to Johnson’s Shoes. They have new summer hours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
“We’ve expanded to include our popular “mantique” and garden areas where you’ll find lots of great treasures perfect just the way they are, or repurposed into your own customized piece.”
HIGH DESERT BRAWL #8 THIS WEEKEND
The 8th annual High Desert Brawl will be held June 2 at the Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel parking lot. Rudy Valentine, owner of the Iron Horse Gym, tells us this will be an exciting event and encourages you to come support this fundraiser, which benefits many worthwhile organizations and scholarship funds. The gates open at 5 p.m.; fight starts at 6 p.m. Be sure to check out new promotions and menu items the casino is offering this summer.
ANTIQUE STORE HAS RELOCATED
The ladies at the Gift Boutique in Susanville have just finished relocating to their new store, right next door to their old one. The new location has three times the shopping space and merchandise. You’ll find lots of new artwork, furniture, new gift items and many vintage treasures. They have expanded their hours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.