Biznews for Aug. 27, 2013
OPENING NEXT WEEK
Longtime Susanville resident Mark Nareau has been working very hard on his new business venture. He is getting ready to open Little Italy Italian Kitchen next week. This authentic Italian restaurant is a passion of Mark's as he shares his family’s real homemade Italian dishes. You will find everything will be made from scratch, including homemade ravioli, lasagna, fresh pastas, real Italian pizza cooked in a brick oven and much more. Little Italy will be opening at 2212 Main St. (corner of Main and S. Fairfield). You can call the restaurant at 257-2525.
Susanville United Methodist Church in Susanville is hosting Homecoming Sunday on Sept. 8. Worship is at 8:30 a.m. with communion and 10:45 a.m. with choir. Child care will be available for both services. After church they are having a Gala Celebration with barbequed chicken and ice cream sundaes. The church has recently improved accessibility with a chair lift, new office bathrooms and more. You will find the church at 70 S. Lassen St. in Susanville. For more information, see their ad in this week's paper, or call the church at 257-5893.
OPEN LABOR DAY
With the long holiday weekend, it's a good time to get your gardens refreshed. Melissa McCoy, at Every Bloomin’ Thing, tells us her fall flowers have arrived. Be sure and check out this week's ad for the special sale she has going this weekend. They will be open on Labor Day from 9 am to 3 pm.
LABOR DAY SCHEDULE
C & S Waste Solutions informs us they will be closed for Labor Day. Trash collections will be pushed back by a day for the week.
WELCOME NEW NAIL TECHNICIAN
Marleen Norvell, owner of Elite Salon, is pleased to welcome new nail technician Tracy Kindle. Kindle specializes in acrylic nails; you can schedule an appointment for a full set of nails or fill by calling her at the salon.
Attention moms! Now that the children are heading back to school, Norvell says, “It’s a great time to treat yourself to a little pampering from head to toe and our stylists are available by walk in or appointment.”
So if you’re a bit bored of the same old look and want a fresh new style for fall, call Elite Salon today.
FABULOUS FALL FASHIONS
JoEllen Wood, at The Pardner, wants to remind you they have an amazing selection of brand name, high quality jeans for children, juniors and adults. The cool fall days are just around the corner and you can find everything from T-shirts and sweatshirts, to button-up shirts, vests, jackets, boots and more at your local, one-stop western store. Looking for a little bling? Be sure to check out the latest Montana Silversmith collection of jewelry and belt buckles, too. If you haven’t checked out the clothing, boot and accessory room at The Pardner, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the great selection of your favorite designer brands right here in Susanville.
BAKE & YARD SALE
Lassen D.E.N. (an organization raising money to open a community center) is having a bake and yard sale from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1 in the Bank of America parking lot in Susanville. If you want to make donations (of items in good condition), you can take them to Skyline Storage at 6 p.m. Aug. 29, or bring them to the sale prior to 7 a.m. They are accepting goodies for the bake sale, too. Pizza Factory lunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you are interested in helping or contributing to this event, call 257-0882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HIGH SCHOOL SPECIALS
Kimberly Guimond, owner of Kimberly’s Kitchen in Uptown Susanville, is now offering a student menu for breakfast and lunch with special menu items at a discounted price for students. Breakfast for students is from 6 to 8 a.m., and lunch is from noon to 1 p.m. You will find them on the corner of Weatherlow and Main streets.