Business Scene for the week of 10/31/17

The Soaring Eagle Blue Star Moms are sending out care packages to deployed military this week. If you have a son/daughter currently deployed, contact Heather Garrison right away, so your child gets their package in time for the holidays. You can call or text Garrison at 249-1373.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars, William Davidson, Post 2381, will once again be hosting its monthly breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. this Saturday, Nov. 4. The breakfast will be held downstairs at the Veterans Memorial building on Main Street in Susanville. They serve a delicious hot breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns and more. The breakfast is open to the public. Call Delmer Brown at 249-6037 if you have any questions.

Want a fun-filled, safe, indoor event to take the family to?
Join the residents at Eagle Lake Village from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31. They are located at 2001 Paul Bunyan Road, Susanville.

Winter is just around the corner. Now is the time to keep your tan going. Sierra Tan, in Susanville, has a special on spray tans for any occasion. Stop in today at 60 Hall St., just behind the police station in Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

Sip and sample the gourmet goodies at Every Bloomin’ Thing this weekend during their Harvest Open House. Owner Melissa McCoy and her team invite you to preview their harvest and holiday wonderland. They are all set up and prepared for the holiday season. Be sure and check out all the new fashions and decor. You can also find them on Facebook, or online at Stop by this Saturday or Sunday at 705-670 Johnstonville Rd. in Susanville.

The Susanville Sunrise Rotary is hosting their 15th annual Beer and Wine Tasting on Saturday, Nov. 18. The event will be at Jensen Hall at the fairgrounds from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. Tickets are now available at Margie’s Book Nook, Lassen County Chamber of Commerce or from a Sunrise Rotarian.

Mitch Martin is pleased to tell us that Mick’s Big Bite Café, located next to the T&A Lounge, is now open for breakfast and lunch. They have a great selection of affordably priced, delicious dishes on the menu. You’ll find traditional favorites and specialty sandwiches and salads, too. Plus, you can order online at or get delivery service in the Susanville area.
“We had a great turnout for our opening and look forward to building relationships with the local community,” said Martin. They’ve completely remodeled the inside of the restaurant and put in cozy booths for a relaxing dining experience.

Starting Nov. 1 through the 22, Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel will be holding two drawings every Wednesday for your chance to win a voucher from Susanville Supermarket IGA for a turkey. See the casino for complete details on all of their upcoming promotions.
Plus, the holidays are just around the corner and they are now taking reservations for holiday parties in their conference or banquet room. They offer a great selection of buffet and formal sit- down menu choices and will take care of all the decorations, meals and mess, so you and your group can enjoy a festive, fun-filled gathering. Call 252-1100 ext. 146 to speak to the banquet specialist today.

Lisa Lent tells us she will be hosting the popular Indian Taco and Fry Bread fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3 at the Susanville Indian Rancheria Gymnasium. Proceeds from the fundraiser will help support college expenses for Richard Lent, Universal Technical Institute student. See their ad in this week’s paper for ordering information.

The Lassen Community College Women’s Softball team will be honoring our veterans and their families with a free breakfast prior to the Veterans Parade on Saturday, Nov. 11. The breakfast will be held from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at Jensen Hall at the fairgrounds. There will be shuttles available from the parking lot to the hall for those who need assistance getting to the event.