Biznews for July 23, 2013
WEDDING, ANTIQUES AND MORE
If you are getting married in the near future, you'll want to head up to The Elegant Iris/Men's Den in Uptown Susanville. Owners Blake and David Huhtala have an entire table with wedding supplies at deep discounts.
Blake also informs us she now has antique glassware, vintage and antique teapots, teacups, vases and much more in collectible glassware. Be sure and stop in the store soon to see all the new items.
SMITH IS BACK AT SEARS
After a short leave of absence from the store in Susanville, owner Kevin Smith is back operating the Sears store. Kevin also tells us they have a whole new program available. You can now lease to own appliances, air conditioners, lawn mowers and more. There is no credit required; you can take the item home that day. So why not lease to own? See Kevin or an associate member in the store for more information.
NEW MANAGER AT NAPA
Kyle Porter, owner of Lassen Motor Parts/NAPA, is happy to announce he has a new store manager in Susanville. Jerry Rice just relocated here from Burney where he has worked in the NAPA store for the past 29 years.
BLUES AND BREWS
It's time for the annual Lassen County Farm Bureau's and Every Bloomin' Thing’s Blues and Brews. The fun is set for 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3. Enjoy an evening of barbecue tri-tip, great music to dance to and, of course, lots of brews from many different vendors. Tickets are now available at Every Bloomin' Thing’s Susanville and Chester locations. All proceeds will benefit local youth scholarships. Come out for a fun evening! For more information, call 257-7242.
MOUTH GUARDS FOR FOOTBALL
With football season right around the corner, Dr. Kohrt in Susanville recognizes how important it is to wear mouth guards and is offering a great special right now. Be sure and give their office a call. If you're a new patient, check out this week's ad for more information. You can reach their office at 257-2828.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY
Lassen Senior Services is having a 'Christmas in July' event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Demonstrations by local artisans include making your own lip-gloss and BYOP (bring your own pot) for creating a deck or patio flowerpot. They will have Christmas card kits and ornament kits plus you can learn how to make potholders for a gift for yourself or someone else. Each artist will charge a nominal fee for your project, and part of their proceeds benefit the Meals on Wheels program. A chili lunch will be available for purchase. Stop in where it's cool and enjoy your day. Call 257-2113 for more information. The event will be held at 1700 Sunkist Drive.
SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE!
We have been a little extra-busy here at the Times working on a new project. Our new publication, School Days, has arrived. This handy little full-color book is a guide to help parents with school information no matter what school(s) your children attend. You will find everything in there from pre-school to college information, contact information for the different schools, football schedules, immunization requirements and much more. They are being delivered all around town this week. If you can't wait for a copy, feel free to stop by our office at the Lassen County Times and grab your complimentary copy.
AN EVENING OF SINGING
Highland Baptist Church in Susanville will be hosting an evening of singing, preaching and eating. At 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4 you can enjoy the live music of the Blessed Hope Trio of Golden State Baptist College. There will be a free barbeque to follow the program and child care will be provided for children less than the age of 9. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.
CELEBRATING WORLD BREASTFEEDING DAY
The local WIC officer will be celebrating World Breastfeeding Day on Aug. 1 at their offices at 1410 Chestnut St. in Susanville. All pregnant and breastfeeding moms are welcome to attend the program at 11 a.m. There will be games, educational information and light snacks provided.