Business Scene for the week of 07/23/19

SERVSAFE CLASS
Lassen Community College is offering its SERVSAFE Class from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 26. The program is open to the first 20 people to register and includes the lesson and test. This is a free community course, and it is the official California Food Handler Certificate Program. You’ll find registration information in their ad or you can call Cathy at 257-6181 ext. 8937.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL BB CAMP SIGN UPS
Honey Lake Valley Assembly of God Church is accepting registration for Vacation Bible School. This year they are offering a high power basketball camp. The program is open to students ages 5-13, and the camp takes place Aug. 5 through Aug. 9. Snacks and water are provided and you can see their ad in today’s paper for registration information. There are no skills needed to attend, just register your kids for a week of good fun.

WESTWOOD’S FARMERS MARKET
The Westwood Farmers Market is held every Friday from 4 – 7 p.m. through September in downtown Westwood. The family friendly event features local and visiting vendors offering all kinds of produce, jams and jellies, breads, soaps, handmade candles, and a variety of hot foods and live music. For information about becoming a vendor call Nicole at 256-3538, or email her at [email protected]

SUMMER SHOE SALE
Scott Johnson, owner of Johnson’s Shoes, reminds us that summer is still here. Don’t let July flash by without taking advantage of his huge sales on shoe selections. Whether you are looking for sandals to show off your cute little toes or hiking boots to project your feet on your summer hikes around the lake, they have you covered. Johnson’s Shoes carries name brand foot wear like Birkenstock, Vans, Dansk and Merrell, to name a few. Stop by the store in Uptown Susanville and tell them the paper sent you.

WELCOME NEW STYLIST
Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville, has recently welcomed Dylon Reasoner to the salon. Reasoner recently moved to Susanville from the Chico area where he has been a stylist for more than four years. He specializes in men’s cuts, layering hair techniques and offers color services, too. With back to school just around the corner, he tells us he enjoys making kids feel comfortable for their haircuts. Reasoner is available Monday through Saturday by appointment, and he accepts walk-ins. You can call the salon at 257-4247 to schedule your appointment.

JUMP ON YOUR FALL PROJECTS
Mark Coblentz, owner Golden Rule Truss and Components, says its time to be thinking of your fall building project. He can help you with your trusses for your home, barn or shop. You can choose between kiln dried or grain lumber for your trusses. All trusses are custom built; they are certified and engineered. Golden Rule Truss and Components is locally owned and family operated. For more information, call 251-6628 or stop by the shop at 706-360 Highway 395 East, in Susanville, just down the road from Every Bloomin’ Thing.

THE REGION’S SINGLE BEST BUY
Sales have begun for the 2020 edition of the Lassen-Plumas Connection telephone directory, the only locally produced — and most cost-effective — phone book that covers all of Lassen and Plumas counties and parts of Sierra County. For the past 25 years, the staff at the Lassen County Times and its sister newspapers have been providing the region with the most complete and comprehensive listing of residential and business listings in an easy-to-read and easy-to-use format.
For more information, rates and assistance, call Laura, Theresa and Teresa at the Lassen County Times office at 257-5321. If you are in Westwood, call Patty at 258-3115.

 

Claudia’s Main Street Studio

Claudia (CJ) Carroll has opened her home as an art studio and shop. Claudia’s Main Street Studio is on Main Street in Doyle, California, just down from Winje’s country store off the Doyle loop. Carroll is an artist, author and educator. She has written fiction books that are available at the studio. Some of her prides and joys are the workshop and book she has created to teach individuals to write and share the stories of their lives. Carroll’s art is available at her studio. She offers unique gifts, upcycled collectibles, cards and books. The studio is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, or by appointment. You can check out more of her art at cj-carroll.pixels.com and her books at lulu.com/spotlight/cjcarrolbooks or call her at (575) 754-0156.