Joan’s Studio of Dance announced it will host Judy’s Dance shop from Reno during the dance studio’s fall registration. Judy’s Dance shop with have dance supplies and apparel for sale from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 at Joan’s Studio of Dance, located at 110 South Gay St. in Susanville. This year marks the 46th season of instruction by Joan’s Studio of Dance. They offer classes in classical ballet, tap and jazz. Classes will begin Sept.16 for more information about Judy’s Dance Shop or class registration call 257-3197.
VFW MONTHLY BREAKFAST ANNOUNCEMENT
William Davidson, Post 2381, will not be hosting a breakfast Saturday, Sept. 7. They apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. They will be hosting their monthly breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. For more information, call Ron at 310-0428.
COMMUNITY CHURCH EVENTS
Join in for the retirement celebration for Sheri Hagen at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8 at Community Church. It is open to the community, cards of appreciation welcome. This will be held at 1400 Numa Road. Also, GriefShare begins at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9. This program is for people grieving the death of a family member or friend. The meetings are held weekly at 1400 Numa Road for more information, call 257-2924, or see their ad in the paper.
FRANK ERNAGA MEMORIAL GOLF CLASSIC
There’s still time to register for the Frank Ernaga Memorial Golf Classic. The fundraiser will take place Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Diamond Mountain Golf Course. You’ll find registration information in their ad, on the business page or you can call 251-8855 for more details.
THE READING ADVENTURE CONTINUES
The Lassen County Office of Education wants you to know the 2019 Reading Adventure program continues. They are giving away two free books for young readers. The first book is from the “Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.” You can pick up the book at any of the participating sponsors listed in this week’s ad. Then, at 9 a.m. Sept. 28, you can watch the movie for free at the Sierra Theater in Uptown Susanville. The second book is “The Westing Game,” and the free movie showing will be held on Nov. 2.
Reading is a great skill and recreational activity that families can enjoy together and then you can all attend the movie, leading to more conversations about the differences between the book and the show.
Reliable R.V. is having an End of Summer Inventory Clearance Sale! If you have an RV or motor home this is a must go to sale, for great savings. This sale starts Sept. 3 and runs through Sept. 30. For more information about their sale, call them at 257-1644, stop by at 702-345 Johnstonvlle Road or see their ad in this week’s paper.
PET CARE THAT COMES TO YOU
Rachel Derby, owner of Derby’s Critter Care, is offering a discount for all California Department of Corrections Employees for the month of September. But you don’t have to work at one of the prisons to receive her service. Derby will come to your home and care for your pet while you are away during the day or if you are on an extended vacation. She has experience working with large and small animals, horses and other farm animals. She offers services on pet sitting, daily visits, walking and animal waste removal. She said, “Pets are family and family always comes first.” Give her call today at (949) 491-3502.
FALL INTO PROMO PLAY
Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel will be giving away approximately $5,000 in promo play during the month of September. They’ve also brought back the Ruby and Emerald jackpots on the gemstone progressive jackpot. Plus, you can enter their football pools, watch the games on the big screen televisions and get great deals on food and drinks! The Senior Day Getaway luncheons are the second and fourth Thursdays of the month starting at noon. These are just a few of the many things you can do locally at enjoy good food and fun.
COVERED CALIFORNIA MEMBERS
Susan Christensen Edwards, of Christensen Insurance, wants to remind you it’s time to start thinking about your medical insurance renewals. Consent for verification for Covered California members start Sept. 1. The consent for verification gives Covered California permission to verify current members eligibility of coverage. Christensen Edwards wants everyone to be aware without this verification they may lose the subsidies they are currently getting. For more help with Covered California membership, call Christensen Insurance at 257-2263 or Stop by the office at 40 South Roop St. in Susanville.
CALLING ALL CHICKEN LOVERS
Diamond Mountain Mini Mart has just added the Coopers Express line of assorted chicken products. Made fresh daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. you can enjoy chicken skewers in assorted flavors, nuggets and your favorite sides like macaroni and cheese and biscuits. For EBT users, you can purchase items from the cold cooler and heat them up at home. The mini mart has been expanding its hot and cold food lines, quick food to go and of course you’ll find your favorite beverages and custom milk shake machine, too. So the next time you need to get gas or propane, be sure to head on over and check out their great selection of snack and food items.
COMPASSIONATE HOSPICE CARE
When your loved one is facing a terminal illness there are so many raw emotions and issues to deal with it can sometimes be overwhelming. The staff and volunteers at the Honey Lake Hospice want to remind you that they are available to help you through the process. Hospice care allows your loved one to make their passing peacefully in the comfort of their own home. Hospice workers can offer you education about the end of life issues, so you are better prepared to handle the process. If you would like to know more about this valuable resource call them today at 257-3137.