Biz News for Sept. 27, 2011
With the feel of fall in the air, it's time for some warm, delicious soup. Tammi Montgomery, owner of Primo Deli in Uptown Susanville, will be serving hot soup beginning the first week of October. Stop by for a cup or bowl. While you're there, be sure and have some of her homemade desserts.
PHOTOGRAPHY FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Seniors, beat that November deadline and head Uptown to see Marcia Parker, at A Better Shot Photography, for your yearbook photos! Marcia is available for all types of sporting events, weddings, family and even pet portraits.
If you need quality photos with a variety of setting options, see Marcia at her new location, 60 North Pine St., or call 308-2105.You may also email her at abettershotphotography.com.
LACY J. DALTON AT EAGLE LAKE
Back by popular demand, Lacy J. Dalton will be at Eagle's Nest Lounge at Mariner's Resort this Friday night. Tickets are now available, and encouraged to purchase in advance. Opening for Lacy is Kenny Joe Zimmerman on the AutoHarp and Jeni and The Hope Boys. Last time Lacy was there in July the concert sold out quickly. This fun filled evening includes dinner. Give Mariner's Resort a call to get your tickets, 825-3333.
NEW SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS
If you have never been to one of Janesville's best kept secrets, Oakhaven Park, then you may be missing out on this small quiet country RV park. They have full hookups, on-site restrooms, laundry facility, manager and newly installed video surveillance cameras. For more information call Carrie at 931-9126.
Antique lovers mark your calendars to attend the open house at the former Back Room Antiques, 1420 Main. St., Susanville. Beverly Smith tells us she’s got a new name, Gift Boutique, and a new partner, Mary Ellen, with lots of new merchandise. So the ladies are hosting an open house from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Enjoy complimentary refreshments while you shop and enter to win their daily gift basket drawing.
MANICURES, MASSAGES AND MAMMOGRAMS
Banner Lassen Medical Center is excited to bring the community a fun, relaxing event that will help monitor breast health.Members of the community can experience a day of pampering with a free 10–15 minute chair massage and free manicure and most importantly offering screening mammograms. You must bring your physician order for this event, so be sure to schedule your appointment with your physician in advance. The event will be held on Oct. 21 and 28.
FALL HOME DÉCOR IS HERE
Rhonda Fuller, owner of Great Basin Antiques in Uptown Susanville, tells us she just got in lots of great new pieces for fall home decorating. No matter what your decorating theme is, Fuller tells us she has a unique selection of western décor, Victorian, sports memorabilia, vintage glassware and much more. So if you need a unique gift or just want to dress up a room, see what’s new at Great Basin Antiques and tell them the paper sent you.
PLAY AND LEARN
Theresa Joyner, of Tiny Tykez Pre-School and Kids Club, wants to let everyone know she still has openings available for your child. Tiny Tykez is located at Shaffer Elementary School in Litchfield and is the perfect drop-off and pick-up for people working in the south county area or if you are headed to Reno for the day. She accepts pre-school ages 2-5 years and kids club ages 5-13 years. She is open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Give her a call today at 254-6800, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PURSES, SANDALS AND MORE
Have you been by Country Sunshine and Tanning Salon lately? Owner Becky Jones now has sandals in stock. There is a variety of cute ones to choose from. While you're there be sure and check out her new purses; there are several different styles to fit everyone’s taste.