Business Scene for the week of 2/26/19
SUSANVILLE AAA OFFICE CLOSING
If you haven’t already been notified, the local AAA office in Susanville will be closing its doors March 1. The last day for DMV services will be Thursday, Feb. 28. The closest office for personal service after March 1 will be Red Bluff or Chico.
TWO-DAY PRODUCE SALE
Susanville Supermarket/ IGA will be holding a two-day produce sale Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2. Great prices on many of your favorite produce items will be in effect, and of course delicious fresh fruit is always included in the sale. Susanville Supermarket is located at the corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue in Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper for details.
CELEBRATE THE LEGACY
Twenty years ago, Craig and Julie Newton created the Best of Broadway show and continued with it for a decade. It has continued to be an annual event, known for its local talent presentation. The 20th anniversary show will have its first performance at 7 p.m. Friday, March 8. Jessica Wade, owner of JandJ Dance Studio in Uptown Susanville, is proud to be a part of the heritage of the event. See her ad in this week’s paper.
HIGH SIERRA FIRE HIRING EVENT MARCH 6
Do you enjoy working outdoors, and are you not afraid of hard work? Jerry Vice, owner of High Sierra Fire, Inc, is holding a hiring event for future employees Wednesday, March 6, at Lassen Career Network in Susanville. The event begins promptly at 10 a.m., and applicants should arrive ready to interview with an updated resume in hand. See their ad in the Lassen County Times for more information. The event is located at 166 N. Chestnut St., Susanville.
FRESHMAN ENROLLMENT HAS BEGUN
Lassen High School is now accepting enrollment for incoming freshman students for the 2019/2020 school year. You can enroll online at lassenhigh.org. Go to the enroll here tab and complete the prompts or contact the counseling office if you have questions. At 6 p.m. March 13 they will host a Freshman Gala at the high school to help prepare eighth graders as they make the big transition.
FIRE TRAINING CLASSES STARTING
Dave Trussell, owner of Big D Fire Training, tells us the annual incident training class for fire contractors will be held at various locations throughout Lassen and Plumas counties starting March 15. To work on the fire line, you must have a 2019 card, and this class will get you that specialized training you need. Space is limited and fills fast, so see his ad in this week’s paper for more information or call him at
LAW OFFICE NOW OPEN
Need help with estate planning or have you gotten yourself into trouble with the law? Stacey L. Montgomery, Attorney at Law, can help. Montgomery has recently opened her own law office in Uptown Susanville. Montgomery offers services in criminal defense, DUI, family law and estate planning. For more information, see her ad in this week’s paper, or call
LET MY PEOPLE GO
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church will be having guest Reverend Rex Umbenhaur at the Lenten Sermon Series. See their ad in this week’s paper for specific dates and times. They are located at 105 Ash St. and can also be reached at
SPRING SHOWERS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
Metal Gutter Industries is gearing up for those spring showers and is ready to help you with your gutter needs. From gutter fabrication and installation, they also have various colors available. They have a color guarantee for the life of the gutter and they are licensed and bonded. You can reach them at 515-5098. See their ad in this week’s paper.
HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING
Honey Lake Hospice is looking for compassionate individuals who would like to learn more about hospice services and end-of-life issues to help families in our community. For decades the staff and volunteers at Honey Lake Hospice have helped hundreds of local families face the emotional and physical challenges of comforting their loved ones as they are preparing to make their passing. If you’ve ever had to contact them, you know firsthand what a priceless service this is. Now they are asking for your help to give back to those in need by becoming a Hospice Volunteer.
They will be holding a four-session, 18-hour training program for new volunteers starting on March 6. The schedule of classes is in this week’s ad, as well as information on registration. If you’ve been wanting to get involved in community service, but don’t know what to do, call the wonderful staff to answer your questions and find out if being a Hospice Volunteer is a right match for you.
DIVORCE CARE SEMINARS
It’s never easy to heal from a relationship that has ended, and if you are divorced or separated, there is help. DivorceCare is a weekly seminar support group that will help you heal from the hurt. In a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through, you can learn practical information to help rebuild your life and give you hope for your future. If you would like to find help, discover hope and experience healing, then consider attending the Wednesday night classes from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Christian Counseling and Conciliation offices at 1740 Main St. in Susanville. For more information, call facilitator Peter Cellum at 559-286-8558.