Business Scene for the Week of 07/09/19

WELLNESS CENTER OPEN HOUSE
The Lassen Aurora Network is having an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 13 at their offices on Cottage Street in Susanville. They’re celebrating their 15 year anniversary and welcome the community to enjoy complimentary food and fun. Did you know that they offer several free community outreach programs that include family time, women’s tea, meditation, Vet-2-Vet support group and much more? Lassen Aurora Network is your community resource for wellness services. Check them out today.

ANNUAL CHURCH PICNIC

It’s time for the annual Church Picnic in the Park. Several area churches will be sponsoring this free community event that will take place at 10:30 a.m. July 14 at the Lloyd Keefer Park in Janesville. Come early as the program starts promptly at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Tony Loubet will present a special message, “The Lamb of God.” There will be a free barbecue lunch following the message. So bring your family, friends and a lawn chair or blanket and join them for music, worship and fellowship.

GOOD GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

Honey Lake Hospice will be having their monthly support group meeting at 6:30 p.m. July 17 at the Lassen Library. Grief is a personal journey, and you don’t just “get over it.” Many people often need guidance and support to just survive and cope … and then to heal. No matter how long it has been since you lost your loved one, this free community program can help you find new tools for healing the grief within. You don’t need to be alone with your pain. Many people find the greatest benefit just being with others who understand how traumatic and lonely the loss can be. If you or someone you love would like to learn more about the services available through Honey Lake Hospice, you’ll find information in this week’s ad.

FAIR TIME IS FUN TIME
The Lassen County Fair is just around the corner! There will be a lot of exciting things to see, explore and enjoy. Don’t be left out of all the fun, get your tickets now. The fair kicks off with Miss Lassen County Scholarship competition Wednesday night, July 17. There will be the first ever dinner and a show at the Lassen County Fair with a Hawaiian BBQ and entertainment by traditional Hawaiian and fire dancers Thursday evening, July 18 and don’t miss the concert with Maddie and Tae Friday night, July 19 at the Grandstands. There’s also the Monster Truck Thunder and the Demolition Derby and the week wraps up with the Diamond Mountain Speedway Races on Sunday, July 21. Jim Wolcott, fair manager, says the tickets are going fast, but you still have time to get them. Stop by the fair office at 195 Russell Ave Susanville or online at tickets.lassencountyfair.org for tickets.

SHOP LOCAL FOR BUYERS GIFTS

Attention parents: If your child is participating in the 4-H and FFA Jr. Livestock Auction at this year’s Lassen County Fair, then you’ll definitely want to consider shopping local for extra special savings. Several of our business owners tell us they will be giving additional discounts on buyer gifts. Be sure to let them know at Every Bloomin’ Thing and Hodge Podge Lodge that you are purchasing buyer gifts to get your special discount.
You’ll also find great everyday prices on quality gift ideas at Sierra Jewelry, Elegant Iris & Men’s Den, Billington Ace Hardware, Milwood Florist and Nursery, Chickadee Design Center, Tractor Supply, Grocery Outlet and Margie’s Book Nook.

HOW’S YOUR HEARING?
Not as good as it used to be? Maybe it’s time to make an appointment with Upstate Hearing Instruments, located at the corner of Union and Main streets in Susanville at 900 Main St. They will be in the office this month, July 15 and July 16. Give them a call at 243-7307.

WELCOME NEW REALTOR
Jim McCarthy, owner of Gold Run Realty, tells us he’s pleased to welcome new realtor Dan Loeffelholz to their team. Loeffelholz has been working since he was a child and has a background as a home inspector, working construction and is a veteran and retired peace officer. “For several years I have been watching my wife Deb love her career in the industry and I thought this would be an excellent time to join the profession.” If you are looking to work with a positive, passionate professional when it comes to buying or selling a home, then call him today at 250-5759.

Randall and Lois Stein are the owners of Old Hickory Sheds in Uptown Susanville. Located at 810 Main St., you can drive by their lot and see the great selection of high quality sheds, animal shelters, garages, utility dormers and more. The couple recently moved to the area after losing their home and business in Paradise. They are very excited to bring their passion for affordable and rent-to-own buildings to the community. Stein tells us all their models can be customized to the sizes and specialty needs for your use and they all include metal roofing. Be sure to stop in and welcome them to the community.

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