BEAD, BEADS AND MORE BEADS
Biz news for June 14, 2011
Shirley Robinson, owner of the Bead Shop, in Susanville has just brought in a pick box of beautiful gemstone beads from a new supplier. This pick box is in the shop for a limited time so stop in today. The Bead Shop is located next to Finders Keepers in Uptown Susanville.
HAVING SOME PUPPY PARTIES!
Sit Spot Canine Center announces a series of Puppy Parties through the summer. Puppies 4-1/2 months to 5-1/2 months are welcome. The parties will be at 6 p.m. Thursday nights at Sit Spot Canine Center, on Johnstonville Road near the airport in Susanville. There will be off-leash puppy play, obstacles and basic family dog skills. Shot records are required. Call Sit Spot Canine Center to register.
The Best Western Trailside Inn is now offering yoga classes Monday through Thursday. There are four local instructors with several years of experience teaching the various classes. There are no fees for classes, donations welcome. Call the Best Western for class times and schedules.
C & K DANCE CAMP COMING
Celeste Blakeman and Katherine Collett are once again hosting the C & K Dance Camp this summer. It's set for June 24-25 at Memorial Park in Susanville. It's open to boys and girls ages 4-17. They will be teaching new styles of dance that will expand each dancer's knowledge and love for the dance. For more information you can call 310-1399.
JUSTIN MCBRIDE IN SUSANVILLE
The Trails to Glory Festival on the Green is coming to Susanville featuring PBR Champion and country musician Justin McBride. Local musicians, The Jason Wheeler band will be opening for Justin McBride. This charitable concert is set for June 18 at Lassen College Soccer Fields. The fun begins at noon with a rib cook off, talent contest for kids, watermelon-eating contest and many more fun items are planned for the day. Anthony Martin is spearheading the event, and he informs us all proceeds will benefit the Trails to Glory Boys Ranch.
CHURCH BUS SERVICE AVAILABLE
Highland Baptist Church on Cottage Street in Uptown Susanville is now offering a bus ministry for those of you interested in attending services, but have a transportation problem. “We offer games, fun, music and prizes,” according to pastor Jeff Root, in addition to bible classes for all ages. You can call the church offices at 257-5225 to arrange for a pick up. The bus will arrive between 9 and 9:30 a.m.
NEW NOTARY SERVICES AVAILABLE
Carol Ingram tells us she has just opened her notary services practice inside the Law offices of Jaimee Jones, in Susanville. Ingram tells us she offers full notary services and is available for travel as well. You can see her ad in this week’s paper for more information.
The local Salvation Army in Susanville is changing their hours beginning in July. They will be closed on Mondays, and their hours for assistance will be from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Food distribution will still be from 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays. Their office in located in the Grocery Outlet Shopping Center.