Biz News for Oct. 2, 2012
ISRAELI FOLK DANCE CLASS
J and J Performing Arts is now hosting a Worship Dance Class. This is Christian worship dance with an Israeli folk dance flavor, and will include traditional Israeli folk dance steps set to a variety of styles of worship music. The classes are for adults and children ages 8 and up when accompanied by an adult. There will be a free trial class from 10 to 11 a.m. Oct. 24. Anyone interested can call Emily at 310-0634 to find out more information.
WARM AND TASTY NEW ITEMS
With winter just around the corner, Tammi Montgomery, owner of Primo Deli in Uptown Susanville, is already beginning to serve soups, chili and more. You will find clam chowder on Fridays, chili on Wednesdays and be sure and check out her lasagna on Mondays. For the high school students she offers a terrific special. Stop by her Uptown Susanville location for more information.
TICKETS FOR K9 UNIT
Animal Lover Monte Kielty, of Treats Dog Company, has been working very hard with the Lassen County Sheriff's office to ensure Lassen County has a K9 unit. Tickets are now on sale for a drawing, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the K9 efforts. The drawing is for a Henry Golden Boy 22 rifle (first place), and a Sportdog 800 remote training collar. Tickets can be purchased for $10; there are only 500 tickets being sold. You can buy your tickets at Treats Dog Company or Honey Lake Firearms in Susanville. Some deputies will have tickets for sale, as well. The drawing will be held Oct. 27.
NEW STYLIST AT HAIR HUNTERS
Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters, is pleased to welcome hairstylist Jeanette Zielen to the salon. Jeanette has 30 years of experience in the industry. She recently relocated full-time to Susanville from Mt. Shasta. She specializes in cuts and color. Jeanette is available Tuesday through Thursday; you can call the salon today for your appointment.
When your red, white and blue is not flying, it's time for a seasonal flag. Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing in Susanville, has a great selection of seasonal flags. Be sure and check out her Halloween and fall flags. Speaking of fall, Melissa has all of her fall décor out now.
SPAGHETTI DINNER FUNDRAISER
The Diamond Willow room at the Diamond Mountain Casino will be host to a fundraiser dinner for David Williams, 13, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer in April 2012. The dinner is scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4. Money raised from this event will go toward David’s medical expenses. If you are unable to make the dinner but would like to make a donation, an account has been set up for David at U.S. Bank.
NEW COUPON EXPRESS AT IGA
Do you go shopping and forget to take your coupons? Now available at Susanville Supermarket IGA is a Coupon Express machine right inside when you go through the doors by the produce section. You can pick what coupons you want to use. The machine is self-serve, and available every day.
WIN A CRUISE FOR TWO
Chad Netherly, managing partner at Susanville Ford and Auto Center, tells us they are giving away a cruise for two this month. All you have to do is take a test drive to enter the free drawing. So what do you have to lose?
“If you’ve been curious about the latest state-of-the-art upgrades and features on the new car models, our sales professionals will be happy to answer all of your questions,” said Netherly.
WELCOME NEW STYLIST
Jackie McNally, owner of Country Sunshine Tanning Salon, tells us she is pleased to welcome new stylist Rikki Sisneros to the salon. Sisneros specializes in color and has several years experience in the industry. She’s also available for special occasion hair and makeup at the salon or on location. For a fun, fresh, new look for fall, call Sisneros today.