Business Scene for the week of 3/3/20

THEATRE CELEBRATES 85 YEARS

The Sierra Theatre, which opened on March 8, 1935, is celebrating entertaining you for 85 continuous years! The first film ever played at the theatre, “The Whole Town’s Talking,” will be playing through March 5 for free and customers will have the chance to win free passes at each showing. The black and white comedy stars Edward G. Robinson as a law-abiding man who bears a striking resemblance to a killer, and costars Jean Arthur as his love interest. The film is not rated and is 1 hour and 35 minutes long. It plays daily at 7 p.m. with 1 p.m. matinees Saturday and Sunday, and at 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 

LHS ENROLLMENT

Attention Parents! Enrollment for freshman students for the 2020/2021 school year has begun. Visit the school website and go to the Enroll Here tab and complete the prompts. If you have any question, please contact the counseling office at 257-6857. The Lassen Union High School District invites you to join the Freshman Gala a 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 18 in the LHS Student Center. They look forward to seeing you there!

 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DINNER DATE CHANGE

Please note we have been notified that the date for the Knights of Columbus Dinner has changed. The new date for the dinner is Saturday, March 21. Please see ad in this week’s paper for more information. The Knights of Columbus Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner is set for 4 to 7 p.m. March 21. Attendees 5 years old and under are free. The dinner is held at Monsignor Moran Hall, located at 140 N. Weatherlow St. in Susanville.

 

BEAT THE RUSH!

H&R Block wants to remind everyone that April 15 is the deadline for taxes this year, and it is right around the corner. So make your appointment today and get your taxes done.

 

DIMPLEX CONSOLE FIREPLACES IN STOCK

Zaengles Floor & Home is back at it again bringing top items back to the local store. They recently bought out the Vegas showroom again and are offering deep discounts off the manufacturer’s price on Dimplex Fireplace Consoles. Act fast, though. There are only 40 units to choose from and stock is extremely limited. Zaengles Floor & Home is located at 2800 Main St. in Susanville.

 

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

Rod Townson, owner of Rod’s Transmission, is celebrating 25 years in business. Townson has been serving the community since 1995, and has prided himself on providing excellent service. His shop specializes on automatic and standard transmissions, and differentials. Townson also offers complete repair of all drivetrains systems, transfer cases and clutches. Rod’s Transmission services foreign and domestic vehicles. They are located in the commercial building at 472-675 Johnstonville Road. He is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can reach him by phone at 257-3209.

 

TINY TUMBLERS

Jessica Newton Wade, owner of JandJ Performing Arts, has a new Tiny Tumble Class for your active toddler. The class is for 3 to 5 year-olds and has all basic tumbling sets. They also have Tot Hop, which is a non-curriculum based class. This class introduces your toddler to timing, basic body movements and flexibility. This class is for dancers ages 2 to 4. Come try a class. And Wade reminds those interested, your first class is always free.

 

SPRING GARDENING CLASSES ARE BACK!

Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin’ Thing, tells us that it’s class time again. They have a great selection of classes starting up in March. You don’t want to miss out on them. For more information, go to their website for a complete list. Great new products have arrived in the gift shop and throughout the store. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information, or call 251-2330.

 

GET READY FOR FIRE SEASON

The folks at High Sierra Fire Inc. are looking for a few good people to join their team. High Sierra Fire provides services in preparing defensible space for fire suppression. If you are seeking a highly rewarding job, High Sierra Fire Inc. is the place for you! See details in this week’s ad. Jerry Vice, owner of High Sierra Fire Inc., wants to remind everyone how important it is to protect your home and property from wildfires. With drought-like conditions this winter, the summer could prove to be a bad fire season. Call 249-0757 or 253-0110 for more information on joining their team, or to discover the service High Sierra Fire Inc. can provide for you.

 

R.V. & BOAT SPECIAL

Lassen County Federal Credit Union is offering great deals on loans for your summer recreational vehicle or boat to enjoy the lake. See this week’s ad for more information on their offers or give them a call at 257-7736.

 

KNOW A VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER?

The Lassen County’s Times is adding a new volunteer firefighter sponsorship page to honor the local men and women who serve the area. If you know of a firefighter to be featured, contact your local volunteer fire department.

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