Business Scene for the week of 1/23/18

If you’re in need of some new camouflage gear, now is the time to head Uptown to The Elegant Iris and The Men’s Den. Owners David and Blake Huhtala tell us they are clearing out their camo inventory. With giant savings, you can outfit the whole family at a great price. Be sure and see their ad on the front of the Business and Classified section this week.
David also tells us they are clearing out their 2017 Hoyt Bows, so all you bow hunters get in there for the best selection. They are located at 618 Main St. or give them a call at 252-4747.

Marshall Gratton and Phil Bankhead, owners of Pet Station in Susanville tell us they just received a great deal on NutriSource dog food, and they are passing the savings on to their customers. Be sure and stop by their store in the Sierra Shopping Center near Billington Ace Hardware for all your pet supply needs. See their two different ads in today’s paper for more information.

It’s time for the annual Louis Price and Kenney Polson concert and dance fundraiser sponsored by the Lassen College Foundation. The event will take place from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15 with the doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available at the Lassen Community College Book Store, the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce and Margie’s Book Nook. Sponsorship and VIP packages are available, too. For more information, see their ads in this week’s paper.
Discover Lassen College Day is happening from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 6. The event is open to the entire community and students of all ages to explore the many opportunities at Lassen Community College. There will be visual presentations, self-guided tours, hands-on workshops and demonstrations. Plus, this is a great opportunity to talk to counseling, admissions and records, financial aid, sports and the other academic programs and campus clubs. So whether you’re looking to make a career change, learn a new hobby or you’re preparing to send your young adult off to college, be sure to check out the many educational opportunities available right here at Lassen Community College.

Longtime local artisan Norma De Baker tells us she will no longer be participating in the area craft shows, but you can still find many of her one-of-a-kind fused glass items and sculptures around town at the Bottle & Brush Art Bar, Artisan Coffee & Gallery and the newly opened David Mahan Gallery in Uptown Susanville. She is still available for customized memorial jewelry in honor of your deceased loved ones. You can contact her at for memorial jewelry.

This year, our Lassen County Visitors Guide will be expanding the information in the school section of the magazine. It’s a great resource if you have school-age kids. If your business would like to advertise in the Visitors Guide, contact your advertising consultant as the deadline is in the next few weeks. It’s a great place to reach parents of school-age kids.

The crew at Every Bloomin’ Thing tell us they are currently open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Owner Melissa McCoy said they will expand their hours more next month. Melissa tells us they are still getting new inventory in regularly, stop in their Johnstonville location soon to check out the gift shop. Clothes, handbags, beanies, scarfs and more. They even have a men’s section. You can also visit them on Facebook, or their website,