Biznews for July 2, 2013
WELCOME DOOD TO AAA
Insurance Agent Bob Phelps with AAA Susanville informs us Terri Dood has just joined their office. Stop by and welcome Terri to their office and be sure to ask Bob for a no-obligation quote on all your insurance needs.
FRUIT STAND OPENING
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, head to the corner of San Francisco Street and Johnstonville Road in Susanville and see what in-season fresh fruits and vegetables Martin’s Produce and Greenhouse has to offer at their stand. They have incredible savings going on to clear out their greenhouses in Standish, and will have their hanging baskets in town, while they last. They will be open on the fourth of July as well. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper or call 254-6503.
HOLIDAY DELIVERY AVAILABLE
Eileen MacChamber, owner of Eileen’s Delivery Service, would like to remind you to be safe and sane this Fourth of July! If you have been drinking, please don’t drive. Call Eileen’s Delivery Service and you can have your food and festive supplies brought to your door! They accept cash and credit cards and can be reached at 250-5140.
NEW REVOLUTION IN CURLING IRONS
Suzanne Rice, owner of Suzanne’s Ultimate Salon, has the newest revolution in curling irons available. The world’s first fully automatic professional curl machine, The Miracurl, lets you control temperature, time and curl direction, providing the flexibility to form loose waves, soft swirls, defined curls and more. It even signals when it’s time to release the curl, so perfect results are foolproof. Stop by the salon to get yours.
SUMMER DANCE SESSION
School is out. Summer is here. Time to get your feet moving! J and J Performing Arts is starting up their summer dance sessions with something for everyone! Classes start July 8, so sign up now. In addition to dance, owner Jessica Newton Wade tells us they are also offering singing, yoga and tumbling. See their ad in this week’s paper, or go online to jandjperformingarts.com for more information. J and J Performing Arts is located at 38 North Lassen St., Susanville.
CELEBRATING SIX YEARS
Treats Dog Company owners Monte and Joanie Keilty are celebrating six years with their Chester store. That store was so warmly welcomed they decided to open their second store in Susanville a year later, (which had to move to a larger location since opening). They recently opened their third store in Redding. If you have a four-legged friend, reptiles, birds or fish, they have everything you need for all your family pets. Stop by their Main Street locations soon.
Margie Teeter and her son, David, of Margie's Book Nook, are pleased to announce Waldo is in Susanville! The iconic children's book character, Waldo, is turning 26. To celebrate this fact Margie's Book Nook, along with 23 other local businesses, will be hosting the bespeckled world traveler. Those who spot him can win prizes, including buttons, books and more. For details, visit Margie's Book Nook and get a list of rules and participating merchants. The hunt for Waldo is on this month. See their ad in this week's paper for more information.
ROCK THE LAKE
This Friday at the Eagle Lake Marina, Susanville Sunrise Rotary and Eagle Lake Marina present Rock the Lake at the South Shore. There will be live music from Rockasaurus, food from South Shore grill and beer from Lassen Ale Works. The fun is set for 7 through 11 p.m. Take a short drive, listen to good music, have a bite to eat and drink right here in Lassen County.
JULY 4TH FABULOUS FIREWORKS SHOW
Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel tells us they are the proud sponsors of this year’s Fourth of July fireworks show at the fairgrounds. There are several great viewing spots to drive and park around town or you can attend the holiday races at the fairgrounds and watch the show from there. Wherever you go have a safe holiday and be sure to stop by the casino for dancing and music by DJ M:Mortal.