Business Scene for the week of 3/5/19

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.

BEST OF BROADWAY ANNIVERSARY SHOW STARTS FRIDAY
The 20th anniversary production of Best of Broadway is starting at 7 p.m. Friday, March 8. This year’s show will include 20 songs from 20 different musicals. There are seven performances scheduled between March 8 and March 16, all held at the Veteran’s Memorial Hall in Susanville. For details, see their ad in this week’s paper. Pre-sale tickets are available at Margie’s Book Nook.

SIERRA SPORTSMEN CLUB MEETING
Greg Reinsel, public relations coordinator for the Sierra Sportsmen Club, would like to let everyone know they are having their regular membership meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, March 11, at the Susanville Pizza Factory. The Rice Canyon Range is currently closed due to storm damage, it will reopen as soon as repairs can be made.

HOME SELLERS WORKSHOP
On Wednesday, March 13, don’t miss the home sellers workshop hosted by Realty World-Lassen Land and Homes. If you are thinking of selling your home, stop in to get the advice you need to get you on the right path to selling your home. The workshop is from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Realty World office, located at 2301 Main St. in Susanville. Call 257-7727 for more information.

WELLNESS WORKSHOP
Applied Kinetic Concepts owner Jon Olson will be hosting two free community wellness workshops from 4 to 7 p.m. March 14 and 21 at the Susanville Mall conference room. You can drop by or stay for the entire program, where you’ll get a hands on sample of how you can improve your well-being using the latest in state-of-the-art drug free approaches to health and healing.
Olson offers a holistic way to find muscular imbalances and neurological faults while enhancing your health, mind and body. These drug free therapies can assist adults and children with issues of stress, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, physical issues and more.
If you or someone you love is tired of feeling low energy, pain and want to feel a renewed sense of energy for life, then be sure to attend this program. He also has the BEMER therapy for adults and horses. To learn more, call him at
310-4277.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY ANNUAL DINNER
Mark your calendar to attend the Lassen Humane Society’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner on Thursday, March 14. The dinner will be held at the Susanville Senior Center at 1700 Sunkist Drive. Tickers are available at the door from 5 to 7 p.m. Take out dinners are available, too, and there is a silent auction. This is one of their biggest fundraisers of the year, so enjoy a great meal and support a good cause!

GL&L CORNED BEEF BRISKET
March is here, and that brings St. Patrick’s Day and the opportunity to enjoy the feast of corned beef brisket with all the trimmings. Don’t forget to order your fresh, home-style cured corned beef brisket from locally owned and operated GL & L Smokehouse. They are located at 702-865 Richmond Road in Susanville, call 257-2527 to place your order.

TAKE TIME FOR YOURSELF
The Bottle & Brush Art Bar wants to remind you they have a lovely place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine or craft beer with your friends. They’ve recently added some leather class projects to their monthly DIY days, but want to remind you that you don’t have to craft or paint at all to take some time for yourself. They’ve also expanded their gift shop to include several lines of quality gifts by women-owned businesses. Recently they added the Buffalo Girls Salvage, which is a unique line of jewelry made by spent bullet casings from salvaged police officers and federal law enforcement.
The wine bar is serving up a new selection of high quality wines and beers every four to six weeks. You can sample them with their wine flights and even purchase a bottle to go. On Wine Down Wednesdays, they offer special discounts, too.
Don’t be afraid to register for a painting class because you think you aren’t artistic. Bryan Haynes makes it fun and there is no pressure to be a master artist. Most of the painters are first timers just looking for a night out with their friends or something new to do for date night. If you haven’t been there, be sure to stop by and tell them the paper sent you.

A TIP WORTH SHARING
It’s not always easy to be enthusiastic, especially when it seems like you’re the only one with more work than you think you could possibly handle.
Sometimes life, work, family or activities can drain your energy. However, we can keep our enthusiasm at a high. The following strategies should help keep you motivated:
Be enthusiastic. Many times, we condition ourselves to be negative. We are afraid of being viewed as being overly enthusiastic or unrealistic. Some believe this will soften the blow of any problems or difficult situations that come along. Yet, by simply being enthusiastic, it eventually becomes real. Others pick up on enthusiasm, become excited themselves, and then give their enthusiasm back. It becomes a beautiful circle of energy.
Don’t criticize, condemn or complain. And don’t put up with people who do. Another person’s negativity affects your own. It becomes a negative, ongoing cycle that is easy to begin, but can be difficult to come out of. Don’t fall for it from the beginning. Consciously decide to generate enthusiasm.