Biz News for Jan. 10, 2012
This Saturday, Jan. 14 is the Westwood Area Chamber of Commerce's third annual Chowder Cooh-off at the Westwood Visitors Center. Rain, snow or sunshine, this event will feature a barbeque oyster bar, crafts, a no-host bar, live music, a bounce house and a 50/50 raffle. According to Bridgett Bustamante, it's not too late to enter your famous chowder. Chowder entries will be accepted until to the morning of the cook-off. For more information, call Bridgett at 256-2456.
Carrie Insley, of Oakhaven Park, in Janesville is offering a January move-in special. She says it’s a great time to move that RV. For more information, call Carrie at 931-9126.
Cold winter days make it a perfect time to get a warm and cozy facial! Aesthetician Jimi Sturgeon is now working on Fridays through the winter. If you have ever considered eyelash extensions, Jimi does those as well. You will find Jimi at Adiago Beauty and Wellness on First Street in Susanville. You can reach her at 252-4600.
NOW AT STUDIO ONE SALON
You will find a new face at Studio One Salon in Susanville. Jacquelyn Kiar is now available for appointments from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. You can reach her at 310-2356 or the salon at 257-4828.
PARKINSON AT CENTURY 21
Mel Benny, Broker Associate at Century 21 Cottage Realty, is pleased to welcome Nancy Parkinson to their sales team. Stop by and say hello at their Main Street Susanville office.
Alison Templeton, owner of Crow’s Nest Studio, is hosting a free art day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. She is inviting anyone who is interested to come in and make use of her supplies and equipment and have the opportunity to socialize with other artists and share ideas. She is located at 1015 Main St., Susanville, or you can call 257-ARTS (2787). See her ad in this week’s newspaper for more information.
WELCOME MANAGING PARTNER
Benny Brown’s Susanville Ford and Auto Center dealership tells us they are pleased to welcome aboard Chad Nethery as their new managing partner. Nethery grew up in the McArthur area. His wife and their two children are excited to relocate to Susanville. He brings more than 14 years of industry experience to the dealership and he adds, “I am looking forward to building long-term relationships with the residents and the community.”
Tammi Montgomery, owner of Primo Deli in Uptown Susanville, is now open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
AN ANSWER TO WEIGHT LOSS
If you have tried losing weight before, then no doubt you are frustrated with losing it then gaining it back again. If you’ve given up on losing weight, don’t.
“Excess weight is more than a problem with your appearance.It is a serious health issue and should be treated like one,” said local Chiropractor Dr. Ronald Branvold. If you are serious about losing weight, then don’t miss his free educational seminar at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 17. Dr. Branvold will be sharing with participants what they need to know to change their metabolism and get healthy!See his ad in this week’s paper for registration information.
RELAX AND FEAST ON YOUR FAVORITES
Now that the holiday season has come and gone, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed from all the work and festivities. If you’re tired and don’t want to cook, treat yourself to your favorite comfort foods at Rose’s Café in Susanville. Brian Rose wants to remind you he’s open for lunch Tuesday through Friday and for dinner Wednesday through Saturday.
TRAIN YOUR DOG MONTH
January is National Train Your Dog Month, and SitSpot Canine Center’s certified professional dog trainer Jackie Earnshaw has a variety of dog training classes starting Saturday, Jan. 14, indoors at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. Learn how to teach your dog to come when called, better family manners, silly tricks, musical freestyle or try a variety of dog sports using science-based techniques with lots of fun games to play with your dog. Call SitSpot at 257-3161 or visit sitspot.tv to sign up.