Biz news for Aug. 23, 2011
NOW SERVING BREAKFAST
If you were one of those who enjoyed Coventry Gardens in Susanville, you will be happy to know Zach is cooking again. He is now at Chuck's Railroad Room in Westwood. They are now serving breakfast seven days a week from 7 to 11 a.m.
The all-new Leap Ahead Learning Center in Susanville, located on the Meadow View School campus not only accepts school-age children before and after school, but they also welcome preschoolers.
Owner/operator Tambra Bowles offers 21 years of experience. They accept children from all different school districts. They are open from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can reach them at 252-6100.
VACCINATION HEALTH TIP
If your child is required to be vaccinated before entering school this year, The Health Nut carries a homeopathic vaccination detox which counters the ill-effects of vaccines like minor fever, pain, swelling and fatigue. This formula is doctor-formulated and FDA approved, safe and has no known side effects. Ask one of the nutrition consultants at The Health Nut for their vaccination detox.
CELEBRATING 8 YEARS
This month Kelly Fairbank, of East West Bodywork, is celebrating her eighth year as a professional Massage Therapist. She received her certification from the School of Shiatsu and Massage at Harbin Hot Springs as well as Spirit Winds School of Thai Massage. Kelly enjoys customizing each massage session to the client, whether it be an overall relaxing massage or more specific deep tissue work to address low back pain, neck and shoulder tension or muscle spasms. You can reach her at 310-3394; be sure and check out her ad in this week's paper.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Lassen Family Services is offering Volunteer Crisis Line Training, Sept. 6 through Oct. 24. This is a great opportunity to learn how to be an advocate for someone whose life is affected by domestic violence, sexual assault/rape, child abuse or neglect. Call Colette or Lorrie at 257-4599 for more information on how you can help make a difference.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Wheels West is now open for business, offering quality pre-owned cars and trucks. Owner Jason Rieger was born and raised in Susanville, and has over 20 years experience in the automobile business. Manager Doug McDonald, who owned Classic Auto Brokers and worked for Deal & Davie — being the car buff that he is — also offers over 20 years in the car business. Jim Oschner, with more than 23 years experience, is also working as a sales consultant at Wheels West. These men pride themselves on their honesty and integrity. Be sure and stop by their lot to see what vehicles they have to fit your needs.