HOW ARE YOU FEELING TODAY?
Lassen Indian Health Center is offering their free community outreach Diabetes Luncheon from noon to 1:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Susanville Indian Rancheria Eatery. This is a great opportunity to attend an educational luncheon and learn how to make healthy lifestyle choices for preventing and managing diabetes.
Did you know that diabetes and heart health are related? For more information about the variety of services available to all residents in the community, call them at 530-257-2542. They are accepting new patients and take all insurances. Plus, they offer Telehealth Services, acupuncture, nutritional therapy, pain management, psychiatric support, diabetes care and much more. The workshop is facilitated by CEO/COO, Executive Director Jacqueine J. Bae Ph.D, MHA, MPH. A few of our employees attended the January program and they had a lot of positive things to say. It’s never too late to make some healthy changes that can significantly improve the quality of your life.
PARENTING SUPPORT WORKSHOP
Lassen Community College will be hosting a Parenting Compliance Achievement program from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 25. Instructor Lisa Jersey will be focusing on co-parenting communication, goal setting, family structure and roles defined, skills and attitudes for success and dealing with two-household families. This program is offered free of charge to any community member wishing to attend.
Parenting can be a struggle and one good idea gathered at this workshop, could be the tool you need to make positive changes with your child. For more information, see their ad in this weeks paper.
LASSEN VISITORS GUIDE DEADLINES THIS WEEK
The annual Lassen County Visitors Guide deadlines are on Thursday, and there is still time to contact our advertising representatives to reserve your ad space. This full color, glossy stock magazine is distributed weekly to hundreds of locations throughout the community and the surrounding areas, in addition to being available on our website, lassennews.com. Many of our local residents read the publication, too, since it features stories and information on the various activities happening in the county throughout the year. So even if your business isn’t targeting tourists, it is a great opportunity to have your message out year round in a high quality publication. Ad rates start as low as $105, so it is extremely cost effective for having your message be read in 50,000 guides. Plus, professional layout and design is included in the cost of the ad. For a personal consultation, contact Laura, Erika or Teresa at the Lassen County Times office at 530-257-5321 by Feb. 23.
NEW RESTAURANT IN TOWN
Erik and Crystal Skeans, owners of the new Stonehouse Eatery in Susanville, are excited to announce they are now open for business. Erik’s love of food and Crystal’s human relations background created the perfect combination for their eatery which combines delicious breakfast burritos and both hot and cold lunch sandwiches with a friendly atmosphere and staff. They have locally sourced their meat from Idaho Grocery, dairy products from Morning Glory and their bread from Truckee Sourdough. They offer student lunch specials and a variety of discounts for uniformed personnel and seniors. They are open from 4:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Stop in at 2212 Main Street, Susanville, or call ahead at 257-9479.