Business Scene for the week of 11/6/18

It’s time for the Salvation Army’s annual Kettle Kick-Off dinner. This year they will be serving the ‘Ville with compassion at the Susanville Assembly of God Church. Dinner includes lasagna served two ways and dessert. Proceeds from this event stay in Lassen County to support their valuable programs throughout the year. Individual or reserved table tickets are still on sale at the Salvation Army office at 1560 Main St. For more information or to simply make a seasonal donation if you can’t attend the dinner, call 257-0314.

Idaho Grocery and Butcher Shoppe has been the place to shop for decades when it comes time to ordering the finest meats in town. When you go to all the trouble to clean the house, decorate and spend hours preparing your favorite traditional dishes, there is nothing worse than biting into a mediocre piece of meat. The solution: Stop in at your local corner grocery store and order a fresh turkey, ham or prime-rib with or without the butchers special seasoning blend. You’ll also find they have a huge selection of unique marinades, rubs and sauces to give your meat that extra special flavoring. Plus, you can pick up extras to make a gourmet gift basket for those cooks on your gift giving list. Idaho Grocery also stocks fresh produce, fine wines and beer, Truckee Sourdough Breads and more. You can get everything you need for holiday entertaining in one convenient stop. They’re located at 2120 Main St.

Start your holiday shopping or finish it up at an event you don’t want to miss the Country Art and Craft Fair at the Elysian Valley Ranch from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 Located at 465-565 Elysian Valley Road in Janesville. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.

Irene Doyle tells us she’s pleased to announce the annual opening of the Doyle Ranch Christmas Store. This year the gift shop will feature a great selection of unique gifts and home décor items made by local and regional artisans and crafters. The store is open every Friday through Sunday until Dec. 15. You’ll definitely want to invite your friends for a lovely drive to Doyle and check out the great values they have in store.

Every Wednesday in November leading up to Thanksgiving, Diamond Mountain Casino, Hotel and Brewery will be giving away five turkeys, three times a day. They partnered with Susanville Supermarket IGA to offer these delicious birds for your holiday feast. The drawings will be held at noon, 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Plus, if you’re feeling lucky, they are giving away approximately $6,000 a day in Promo Play and Cash Call Jackpots. You must be a Diamond Club Card member to be eligible to win, so if you haven’t got your club card, be sure to get yours today and try your luck at winning this holiday season. See the casino for details on all their promotions.

The leaves are falling, the yard needs raking and your body might be feeling a bit run down and aching. If this sounds like you, then don’t delay, pick up the phone and call Susanville Chiropractic Clinic today to schedule your relaxing retreat and mini wellness getaway. You can pamper yourself with their Spa Day Special, which includes a 30-minute Far Infrared Sauna session, Steam Shower, Turbo Sonic vibration treatment and a relaxing session in their heated massage chair. Optimizing your health and energy levels in just a few short hours will leave you feeling your best for the upcoming demands of the holiday season. They’ve even put together a special on chiropractic care too. You’ll get all the details in their ad in this week’s paper, or just call them at 257-7751. Their winter stress solutions special is a great opportunity to get time out with the girls or with someone you love.

Wednesday is no longer just the middle of the week. At Bottle & Brush Art Bar, Bryan and Roxanna Haynes are offering a special discount on all of their red and white wines. It’s an excellent opportunity for you to try their latest monthly selections before you decide to buy a bottle. They’re also the exclusive area retailer for the 2014 Purple Heart Red Wine from Napa Valley. Each month you’ll find new varieties of wine, in addition to their craft beers. Plus, they’ve expanded their gift shop items, so you can start your holiday shopping while relaxing in their casual atmosphere. The Haynes are also taking reservations for private holiday parties. You can rent the space, host a personal painting party and they even have catering available for your event. Last year their dates filled up fast, so be sure to book your date soon!

It’s not too late to order your smoked turkey or ham for your holiday feast! GL&L Smokehouse has delicious, fresh smoked meats and gift basket combinations just perfect for your meals. They also make great gifts for those hard to shop for friends or relatives. Call and reserve your turkey or ham today at 257-2527. GL&L Smokehouse is located at 702-865 Richmond Road in Susanville.



Owner Michael Alvin, right, and his wife Amy, along with their son Grant, are excited to let Lassen County residents know about the opening of their business, The Gun Works. Michael Alvin began his training of weapons diagnostics and repair during his military service in the Army. He went on to complete the two year gunsmith program through Lassen College, thus beginning his career in gunsmithing three years ago. In addition to repairs, re-barreling and muzzlebreaks, Alvin also builds custom long rifles for hunting or sport use. The Gun Works is located at 702-080 Richmond Road in Susanville, and is available by appointment only. Alvin is licensed and insured, and may be reached by calling 249-5426. Photo submitted