Biz News for March 6, 2012
ANNUAL AFTERNOON TEAHoney Lake Hospice is having their annual tea from Noon to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 10 you can enjoy delectable edibles and visit with your friends. This event sells out early, so contact the Honey Lake Hospice office at 257-3137 for your tickets today.
METAL DETECTORS NOW AVAILABLE
Tom Keen is an authorized dealer in Susanville for White’s Metal Detectors. Serving all of Northeastern California, Tom can help you find just the right equipment for any job or hobby. Tom is an avid treasure hunter himself and would be happy to answer all of your questions. Call 260-3299 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org. See his ad in this week’s newspaper.
MMM, MMM, GOOD
If you’ve been craving some good, homemade comfort food, then head on over to the Courthouse Café on Riverside Drive, across from Walmart for a delicious breakfast or lunch. Owners Todd Anderson and Marianne Campbell are making fresh biscuits every morning for their homestyle biscuits and gravy.
“We’ve put together a breakfast and lunch menu of tasty comfort foods and some new dishes too,” said Campbell.
If you haven’t eaten at the Courthouse Café, stop and by and taste what’s on the menu today.
COMING SOON TO SUSANVILLE
Have you noticed the large banner on Main Street in Susanville that says, "Zaengles Floor & Home … Coming Soon?" See it for yourself at 2800 Main St. next to the bowling alley.
The Zaengles have recently returned from the Worldwide Furniture Market (in Las Vegas) so they can introduce "styles that welcome you home." They will be carrying a new look in furniture, accessories, floor covering and window coverings. They promise to keep us posted as to when the store will be opening.
BIG DADDY WEAVE
This next Monday night, March 12 Big Daddy Weave will be performing at 7 p.m. at Susanville Assembly of God on Richmond Road. This event is sponsored by the Susanville Evangelical Ministers Fellowship. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance.
CHECK OUT THE NEW CLASSES
Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing is back from attending several different trade shows. It is already beginning to look like spring out there. She has lots of new spring colors in the gift shop. Be sure and check out the new purses, jewelry, scarves and more. If you are interested in taking some gardening classes, you can check out their page on Facebook for a class schedule. You will learn how to "grow your own" and much more.
LEAPING FOR JOY
Jim and Cindy Willis, of Jim Willis Construction, are leaping for joy. Their daughter Melissa gave birth on Leap Day, Feb. 29 to a healthy baby boy. Jaxon Blayne Nave weighed in at 5 pounds, 11 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Congratulations to the entire family!
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
Spring is coming and now is the time to fix up your rooms and the folks at the St. Francis Trading Post in Uptown Susanville have a great selection of new and quality pre-owned furniture for every room of your home. Owner Pat Haflich tells us they have custom, made-in-America couches and loveseat sets available in your choice of fabrics, or you can select from the many sets on the showroom floor. If you haven’t been into the Trading Post to see the new items arriving weekly, stop by today and tell them the paper sent you.
CREDIT PROBLEMS ARE NO PROBLEM
Chad Nethery, managing partner, and the staff at Susanville Ford and Auto Center have been working hard to help residents who have fallen on hard times find vehicle financing. If adversity has caused a dip in your credit rating, don’t let that discourage you from purchasing a vehicle.
“There are still plenty of lenders willing to offer reasonable rates to help you get back on your feet again and rebuild your credit,” said Nethery.
You can apply for credit in the convenience of your home at susanvilleautocenter.com.