Business Scene for the week of 8/28/18
HEALTH FAIR THURSDAY, AUG. 30
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, Eagle Lake Village is hosting a free Health Fair. Don’t miss your chance to get a balance assessment, blood pressure check and more. Local vendors will be on hand, providing additional information regarding services in the community.
For more information, call 257-6673, or see their ad in this week’s paper. Eagle Lake Village is located at 2001 Paul Bunyan Rd., Susanville.
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS MONTHLY BREAKFAST
Mark your calendars for 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, for the monthly breakfast downstairs at the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street in Susanville. Breakfast is open to the public. For a small donation you will receive a hot delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, hash-browns and S.O.S., a creamy sausage gravy over toast. Bring the whole family, children under 10 eat free. For more information, call Ron Wood at 310-0428.
LAST CHANCE TO SIGN UP FOR GOLF CLASSIC
The Frank Ernaga Memorial Golf Classic hosted by the Lassen College Foundation and the LCC Athletic Boosters will take place Saturday, Sept. 8. The last day to register is Friday, Aug. 31, and you can see their ad in this week’s paper for more details. All proceeds go to support the sponsoring organizations.
DANCE CLASS REGISTRATION
Joan’s Studio of Dance is having its Open Studio Registration from 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 8. The classes begin Sept. 17. As always, Judy’s Dance Shop from Reno will have leotards, shoes and supplies available. Joan’s Studio of Dance is located at 110 S. Gay St., Susanville.
DELICIOUS TREATS AT THE MINI MART
Jennifer Rieman, general manager at Diamond Mountain Mini Mart, tells us they’ve been adding lots of delicious foods for you to grab and go. You’ll find the Mountain Fresh line of salads, sandwiches, hoagies and croissants made with ingredients you’ll love. Plus they have new Rollerbites Cheeseburgers and the F’real Milkshakes that let you select your flavor and perfect thickness, too.
If you’re in the mood for something sweet, the personal serving Hillshire cheesecakes are a perfect finish to any meal. With the kids back in school, if you find yourself running low on lunch supplies, head on over to Diamond Mountain Mini Mart and you’ll find something to make them smile in their lunch box.
PAMPERING FOR PARENTS
Summer is over and the kids are back in school and if you’re a parent, you may be feeling a bit frazzled. Local stylist Susan McKenzie and nail technician Linda Hoge, at Hair Hunters Salon, are ready to get you looking and feeling fabulous in no time. Whether you need a new color and cut or want to try an easy-to-care-for perm, McKenzie will give you a customized hair experience that will flatter your face. Her new back to school hours are Monday through Friday from 1:30 to 6 p.m., and Saturdays by appointment.
Hoge has the relaxing spa pedicure chair complete with massage, LED water bath, professional foot products, masque and more. Plus, you can book a spa manicure to go with it.
Hoge wants to remind you that nail care isn’t just for ladies — men really enjoy them, too! Just call Susan McKenzie and Linda Hoge at Hair Hunters Salon in uptown Susanville to book your appointment for personal pampering today.
DEFENSIBLE SPACE AND FIRE SUPPRESSION
Jerry Vice, owner of High Sierra Fire, has the crews, tools and equipment to provide and maintain defensible space around your home and to hire out for fire suppression work. Insurance companies are requiring more and more for coverage, so call High Sierra Fire today at 253-0110. They serve all of Lassen and Plumas counties.
GROOMING BY LISA
Lisa Loucks, owner of pet grooming service, Grooming by Lisa, has 26 years of experience grooming all breeds and sizes of pets. She is a full service groomer, including bathing, cuts, nails, ear care and more. Grooming by Lisa is located at 4005 Johnstonville Rd. in Susanville, in the old Jensen Farmhouse. Appointments are available Monday through Friday. For more information, call 251-LISA (5472).