CLIENT APPRECIATION ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Biz news for Aug. 2, 2011
Hair stylist and color specialist Rikki Sisneros at Hair Hunters, in Uptown Susanville tells us she is celebrating her one-year anniversary at the salon during the month of August. Sisneros is hosting a Client Appreciation event at 2 p.m. Aug. 3 and 4. Clients can enjoy delicious refreshments and take advantage of her many anniversary specials too. If you’ve been wanting to jazz up your look with the latest in Feather Hair Extensions, Sisneros tells us she has new shipments arriving several time monthly and she has a great selection of colors too! See her ad in this week’s paper for more anniversary specials or to schedule a free hair consultation.
IGA KIDS FEST RETURNS
Susanville Supermarket IGA will be holding their annual Kid’s Fest from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 5. They will have lots of activities for the kids including pony rides on a carousel; Dandy the smokeless dragon and Sparky will also be there also.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Coming on Aug. 13, is the annual Blues & Brew festival out at Every Bloomin Thing. There will be live music, and lots of brew to be had. Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin Thing, will once again be hosting it at her location in Johnstonville. Check out next week's paper for more information.
FALL CRAFTERS FESTIVAL
On Sept. 17, the Historic Uptown Susanville will once again be hosting the Fall Crafters Festival. They are currently looking for both food and craft vendors for their event. For more information call Rhonda at Great Basin Antiques in Uptown Susanville, or call her cell phone 310-4906.
Speaking of Great Basin Antiques, owner Rhonda Fuller informs us Mary is no longer working in the store. Mary has moved onto other adventures and while Rhonda wishes her well in the future, she welcomes her son Brandon to the store. Brandon will be working the store during the week. Stop in soon to say hello, you may recognize him as he has manned the store before.
RECITAL PICTURES ARE IN
Fred Zuehlke stopped in to inform us the recital pictures are in at Joan's School of Dance. If you had your pictures taken, stop by and pick them up. Be sure and check out their class schedule too.
RECYCLE IN COMFORT
Bullseye Recycling has the comfort and convenience of their customers in mind as they begin construction on their new 7200 square foot warehouse so you can recycle out of the sun, wind, rain or snow! They want to remind you they have a 70 foot truck scale for your convenience on large loads. The warehouse should be finished by September, stop by and see the progress!
HELP FOR HONEY LAKE HOSPICE
Honey Lake Hospice needs your help now, to aid terminally ill patients and their families and the end of their time on this earth. Delightful Digits Nails is proud to be sponsoring a fundraiser for The Honey Lake Hospice. The event will be held at the salon during normal business hours from Tuesday, Aug. 2 through Friday, Aug. 5. They will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., prizes will be available and any donation is greatly appreciated. Come by and give now, they are located in the back of the Town and Country Real Estate building at 1913 Main St. in Susanville, right next to USA Gas in the old white Victorian house and the phone number is 310-3998.
3 YEARS IN SUSANVILLE
Boy, time really does fly by. Animal lover Monte Kielty, of Treats Dog Company and Pet Market Place, tells us they have had a store in Susanville for three years now. They have recently moved into their new location (near Ace Hardware), with a much larger facility. They now have self-serve pet wash stations (now you don't have to get your bathroom all wet and full of dog hair), and they have a groomer in the store. In fact, on Aug. 3, in the Susanville store, you can use the self-serve dog stations at no charge so check them out.