BACK OPEN FOR THE SEASON
Biz news for May 24, 2011
Julie Brecht, owner of the Sug'r Shack, in Westwood is now open again for the season. They offer a variety of fresh and delicious fast food from burgers to frosties and milkshakes; also outside dining or to-go orders. Visit them across from Young's Market in downtown Westwood.
NEW FACE AT CUSTOMER TALK
Ed and Tammy Swayze, owners of Customer Talk, welcome new customer service employee, Mary Carpenter to their business. Ed, Tammy or Mary are available to assist you with any design, logo or printing needs. They are open Monday through Saturday in Uptown Susanville.
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Traci Witry-Alby, owner of The Pioneer Saloon, would like everyone to know the bar is closed until further notice. Her husband Steve (who ran the business) was in a very serious accident and is not able to return to work at this time.
DISPOSE OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
If you have old prescription drugs lying about in your medicine cabinets and don't know what to do with them, now you can properly dispose of them with the Take Away system from Walgreens. You can purchase this bag for a minimal fee; enclose your prescriptions and place in the mail. It's completely confidential. Pharmacist BJ Goodridge reminds us they also have RX Lockers available, as all your prescriptions drugs should be locked up. For more information on this service they are now providing you can stop by the store anytime.
On another note, Walgreens pharmacy is also offering the whooping cough vaccine; now mandatory for some students enrolling in the next school year.
NEW FACE AT KIRACK CONSTRUCTION
Kirack Construction is now offering driveway and parking lot maintenance; whether you need your driveway sealed or striped they have the crew to do it for you. Mike Kirack informs us Leif Kirkpatrick recently joined his crew, he offers many years of experience and knowledge is sealing and striping. Be sure and ask them about the all-new UV acrylic sealant now available.
NOW OPEN IN UPTOWN SUSANVILLE
Lassen Aurora Network (a non-profit organization) Gift/Craft Shop is now open in Susanville. They are open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. They are currently accepting consignment items as well. Be sure and stop by to see what they have.
CELEBRATING 25 YEARS
Carol Hodges, owner of The Hair Doctor salon, in Westwood is celebrating her 25th anniversary. Be sure and stop by her downtown Birch Street location to see what specials she is offering in honor of her anniversary.
TAYLORMADE DEMO DAY
Are you thinking about getting new golf clubs? If so, you may want to go to Diamond Mountain Golf Course in Susanville this Friday, May 27. Adam Almand tells us he will have a TaylorMade representative in the Pro Shop from 2 to 6 p.m. You are free to try all the latest equipment and see what they have that’s new on the market. Speaking of Memorial Day weekend, check out their ad in this week’s paper to see about their Memorial Day savings.
Just in time for summer days in the sun, The Health Nut is now carrying Natural Sun by Aubrey Organics. New this year, Natural Sun contains no harmful chemicals and is safe for everyone. Owner Kristin Volberg says Natural Sun sunscreens offer broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection. With SPFs of 15 and 30 plus, Natural Sun comes in an unscented version for children and sensitive skin, Green Tea, Active Lifestyles for swimmers, hikers and people that have to work outdoors, as well as Natural Sun Saving Face 15, light enough to wear under makeup. Now you don't have to make a choice between protecting your skin from harmful rays and equally harmful chemicals. Pick up Aubrey Organics Natural Sun sunscreen at The Health Nut on Main Street Susanville.
PIONEER DAY AND MODERN WAYS
The 2011 Lassen County Fair is approaching quickly. The entry/nomination deadline for Lassen County Fair Parade Grand Marshal and Old Timer’s of the Year is May 30. The Fair Premium Book is at the Fair Office, Susanville Supermarket and Ace Hardware.