FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA AND MORE
Susanville Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram will be having free photos with Santa in their Santa’s Wonderland Showroom from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14. Kids can enjoy cocoa, and they’re also having a live remote broadcast from 1 to 6 p.m. to accept coat donations and Toys for Tots donations. Plus, this is the last week to enter their coloring contest. You’ll find the entry form in this week’s paper and if you take it to the dealership on the Dec. 14, your child could win one of six bikes being given to kids ages 3 to 11. So head on over to the car dealership today, and let your child experience the magic of Christmas with Santa. Parents, they’ve got some extra special discounts, too, just in case you’re thinking about putting the key to the car of your loved one’s dreams under the tree this year! There’s no better time to get a great end of year deal on a new or quality pre-owned vehicle and make some donations to support our local community. too!
PINTS FOR PARADISE FUNDRAISER
The Lassen Ale Works at the Boardroom wanted to do something to help the good people displaced by the Camp Fire, so they’ve organized a Pints for Paradise fundraiser to be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11. Guests can enjoy beers from six breweries, live music and silent auction. Tickets include food, beer and wine and all proceeds will go to the Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund. Tickets are available at the door or at the Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon and the Boardroom.
LASSEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE SILENT AND LIVE AUCTION FUNDRAISER
Lassen Community College is hosting a fundraising event to raise funds for the Camp Fire victims in Paradise. The fundraiser will coincide with the LCC Men’s Basketball game on Tuesday, Dec. 11. The silent auction begins at 4 p.m. and the game starts at 5 p.m. The live auction will be at halftime. All proceeds from the auction, as well as the game, including entry fees and concession profits, will be donated and distributed through the North Valley Community Foundation. If you are interested in making a donation, see their full color ad in this week’s paper for more contact information.
DELICIOUS HOLIDAY MEATS AND GIFT BASKETS
Ches and Blayne Mallery, owners of GL&L Smokehouse, have put together a variety of holiday gift baskets and gift boxes filled with their delicious meats that are sure to please everyone on your list! If you are looking for the perfect smoked turkey or maple sugar cured ham for your holiday dinner, call and order yours today at 257-2527. GL&L Smokehouse is located at 702-865 Richmond Rd. East in Susanville.
FOR THE SWEET TOOTH ON YOUR LIST
If you haven’t been to The Elegant Iris lately and you have a sweet tooth, owner Blake Huhtala tells us they have a new batch of candy in the store: “Sweets and Annie Bs.” The sweets include lemon sours, almond clusters, orange sticks and a whole bunch more. They are also carrying BowTech and Martin Bows. Stop by for all your last minute gift shopping.
DON’T WAIT TO START YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION
Donna Smith, owner of Mountain Yoga Studio, tells us they have a new Boutique at the Studio, which carries yoga apparel, accessories and a great gift collection from Natural Life. All of which would make great gifts for Christmas. The Boutique is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays in December. See their ad in this week’s paper.
TRUCK AND JEEP SPECIALISTS
Don’t forget the four wheel drive enthusiast on your list! The good folks at Livid Edge Motorsports are ready to help you out. In addition to gift certificates, they can order just about anything you need to upgrade or trick out your Truck, Jeep, SUV or ATV. Livid Edge Motorsports is located at 2995 Johnstonville Road in Susanville. They may also be reached by calling 257-4867.
A GIFT FOR THOSE WHO GRIEVE
Local author Laura Kay Tew recently released her two inspirational books this year: “Healing the Grief Within” and “Peace Be With Us All.” She tells us she’s pleased to announce the e-book versions as well as online orders are now available at her recently launched website at laurakaytew.com. If you or someone you love is having a difficult time coping with loss and adversity or simply need some inspirational and spiritual food for your soul, then consider buying these two boutique books, handmade right here in Susanville by Supreme Graphics. She is offering a discounted rate for those of you who would like to support your local independent bookstore and purchase them in person at Margie’s Book Nook.
ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY MEATS
Idaho Grocery wants to remind you they are still taking pre-orders for your favorite holiday meats including prime rib, ham and steak. Plus, you can pick up great deals on quality seafood in their frozen section and lots of gourmet marinades, sauces and rubs. Your local butcher is happy to help you with cooking suggestions and can even do his secret spice rub on your meat too. Plus, they’ve got a freshly stocked produce counter, Truckee Sourdough Breads and your favorite beer and wine to celebrate the season.
ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS EVE PICKUP
Firearm enthusiast on your list? Hurry Uptown to Honey Lake Firearms to make sure that special gift will make it under the tree by Christmas Eve. Purchases must be made by Friday, Dec. 14. Honey Lake Firearms has a store full of stocking stuffer items as well as many other gift items. Their hard-to-keep-on-the-shelf hoodies are back in stock, also. Honey Lake Firearms is located at 600 Main St., Susanville, at the corner of Roop and Main.