Biznews for Aug. 14, 2013
AAA SUPPORTS FIRST RESPONDERS
The AAA office in Susanville, in partnership with the Susanville Fire Department, will be hosting a fire safety event to increase awareness of fire safety's best practices as well as ensuring the residents of Susanville have properly installed and functioning smoke detectors. This event is set from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Saturday, Aug. 17. The fire department will have their Fire Safe house on location and there will be a tow-truck and lots of material on how to prepare your home for the fire season. Refreshments will be served.
Community Church in Susanville is hosting an anniversary weekend celebration. Join them at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17 or at 9 a.m. or 10:45 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 18. Refreshments and fellowship celebrating what God has done will be at each service. For more information, see their ad in this week's paper.
DEADLINE QUICKLY APPROACHING
Just a little reminder to all business owners; the only locally produced, most cost-effective phone book covering all of Lassen, Plumas and parts of Sierra counties deadlines soon for the 2014 edition. For almost 20 years we have been providing the communities we live in a comprehensive phone book that is easy to use and read. It is delivered to all homes and businesses within our region. Our professional advertising consultants are available to design a customized ad package that will market and promote your services in print and online. The entire book is available all year on our ever-popular website; lassennews.com. Give Laura Tew, Lori Watson, Erika Giusti or myself a call today to reserve your space.
HOME INSPECTION SERVICES
Indian Valley resident Sean Prior, owner and operator of Almanor Log Works since 2002, has started a new business called Almanor Inspection Service. He completed the necessary courses and is now certified by the Housing Inspection Foundation to do the home inspections required by many lenders. Sean determines what condition the house is in, not the value, in an easy to read report complete with photographs. Having been in the construction trade building homes for more than 20 years, Sean knows what and where to look for potential issues. He is available for home inspections throughout Plumas and Lassen counties and offers a 24-hour turnaround.
NEW NAME, SAME GREAT SERVICE
Clay Singleton tells us that their firm was first established as Attaway & Coombs in the 1940s, changed to Haws & Theobald in 1978 and then in 1982 they became Haws, Theobald & Auman when John Auman joined the firm. In 2005, Clay Singleton joined the firm, and they purchased Tom Bower’s practice and expanded their presence in Plumas County. In recent years Ken Haws and Ken Theobald have retired and with these retirements came the decision to change the name to SingletonAuman, PC. The name on the door has changed, but they continue the long-standing tradition of having dedicated professionals in the community to serve you all year long.
MASSAGE NOW AVAILABLE
The Health Nut is happy to announce they now have an in-house massage studio. Stephenie Young-Baumiller, Keith and Kristin's granddaughter, is a certified massage therapist. Stephenie will customize your massage depending on your individual needs, including deep tissue and Swedish massage. You can make an appointment by calling Stephenie at 249-0743.
JUNIOR AND WOMEN’S PHEASANT HUNTS, DEADLINE AUG. 21
There will be a pheasant hunt for juniors and women held Sept. 7 at the Ash Creek Wildlife Area. The women’s hunt will be held between 8 a.m. and noon and junior’s from 8 a.m. to noon or 1 to 5 p.m. All juniors and women with a current hunting license (juniors accompanied by adult) are welcome. Applications are available online at nrm.dfg.ca.gov/DFGSpecialHunts. For more information, call Ash Creek Wildlife Area at 249-5824. Deadline for entry is Aug. 21.