Biz news for Nov. 16, 2010
If you need to get in the season of things, Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing, has just what you need. The holiday workshop schedule is now available. Learn how to make a fresh wreath, a harvest arrangement, a centerpiece or maybe even a hanging basket with fresh fir. You can stop by the store in Johnstonville for a complete schedule.
Biz news for Nov. 9, 2010
Andy Warren, local owner of the JCPenney catalog store, has some exciting news to share. Warren says, "When you place an order online and have it delivered to the local store here in Susanville, you pay no shipping." It's perfect timing with the holidays just around the corner. So now you can shop in the comfort of your home and pay no shipping.
Biz news for Nov. 2, 2010
There is a retirement party planned for several longtime Lassen College instructors. Bernadette Chavez, Liona Baker, Tina Bishop, Rosanna Brown, Brian Tobin, Ed Mincher and John Mulcahy are all retiring. The dinner party begins at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 19 at the Diamond Mountain Casino Willow Room. Tickets are now available at the college (administration and student services buildings) or at Leslie's Jewelry. Reservations must be made by Nov. 15.
Biz news for Oct. 26, 2010
HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS IN SUSANVILLE
Alright all you ghosts and goblins out there, time to put on your best costume and head up to Historic Uptown Susanville. It's time for the annual Safe and Sane Halloween, sponsored by the merchants and the Historic Uptown Susanville Association. The fun is from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29. Thanks to the Susanville Police Department, Main Street will be closed to traffic. Music will be provided by Williams Sound and Stage, with performances by House of Dance (at 3:45) and J and J Performing Arts (at 4:30). There is also a pet costume contest sponsored by Clip 'N' Dales and Treats Dog Company. Be sure and check out the kids' costume contest beginning at 4 p.m. And don't forget the annual haunted house at U.S. Bank; those ladies love to do their haunted house. It's spectacular every year.
On Saturday, Treats Dog Company is having its Halloween party. The fun begins at 1 p.m. They promise to have some ghoulish games, a dog/cat costume contest and much more. Be sure and enter the drawing for one year of free dog food.
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