Biz news for June 8, 2010
LITTLE MERMAID COMES TO LIFE
Watch as your favorite characters come to life and dance the beloved tale of The Little Mermaid. The performance is set to start at 7 p.m. for Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12 at the Veterans Memorial Hall on Main Street in Susanville. Tickets are available at J and J Performing Arts on Lassen Street in Susanville.
The Health Nut is your store for safe sunscreens! Recent studies have shown that certain chemicals found in most commercial sunscreens may actually contribute to skin cancer. These include oxybenzone, Vitamin A, sprays, powders and some minerals. A report by the Environmental Working Group lists Badger Sunscreens as the safest sunscreens you can put on your skin. Badger Sunscreens are all natural, chemical-free and environmentally friendly Kristin Volberg, owner of the Health Nut, says she’s proud to carry Badger Sunscreens and other Badger skin products and she recommends them for adults, children and even infants.
PETS NEED THEIR TEETH CLEANED!
Does your dog’s breath take your breath away? Amanda Byrd, owner of Clip 'N' Dales in Susanville is now offering dental cleaning for your beloved dog on June 15. If you need to get an appointment for your pooch, be sure and give Amanda a call.
David Teeter, Manager of Margie’s Book Nook wants everyone to know that Terry Grosz is returning to Susanville to do a book signing for his latest book. Terry Grosz, author of an award winning series of books on his life as a game warden in the Western United States, has branched out with an historical novel covering the opening of the west and the adventures of two mountain men on the hardscrabble frontier.
Terry will be signing his new novel “Crossed Arrows” at Margie’s Book Nook in uptown Susanville from 1 to 3 p.m. on Friday, June 11. So David invites everyone to come say hello to Terry and hear all about his new book.
FAIR TIME IS COMING
Summer fun at the Lassen County Fair is set for July 21 through July 25. Whether you are interested in the livestock exhibits, horse show schedule or the crafts and hobbies, you will find all the information needed on its Web site to enter in this years fair. You can also enter your best jelly, quilt or photo.
Here are a few of the entry deadlines coming up, June 11 all FFA and 4-H livestock, all independents, all FFA and 4-H entries, including market animals, horse show (after June 16 post entries are accepted for double the entry fee) and all junior livestock. On June 18, senior open livestock and other exhibits (except agriculture and floriculture) deadline. On July 3, both agriculture and floriculture deadline. If you need more information contact the fair office in Susanville. Visit lassencountyfair.org today for all entry deadlines and entry forms.
If you’re thinking about getting a new computer for your graduate, then you might want to talk to the experts at Quantum Computing Services first.
“Many people make the mistake of buying a computer or software that doesn’t meet their requirements and needs,” said Zack Solis, co-owner of Quantum Computing Services. “If you’re not sure what your student will need, then give us a call and we’d be happy to answer your technical questions and offer you assistance with your service and installation.”
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HIGH SEAS DESTINATION IN SUSANVILLE
St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Susanville is hosting a "High Seas Destination" Vacation Bible School in Susanville. The High Seas Expedition begins on Monday, June 21 and goes through June 25. The fun begins at 9 a.m., and ends at noon. All nursery age through sixth grade are welcome. If you need more information call the church office.