SOUP & SEUSS AT LIBRARY
Lassen Library is hosting a family day, Soup & Seuss from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, March 25. This is an annual fundraiser for the library. There will be plenty of Dr. Seuss stories, crafts, photos, music and lots of fun to be had by the whole family. Make it a family event and support the library. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is hosting its annual Susanville Spike Camp on Saturday, April 1. The fun will once again happen at the Lassen County Fairgrounds for kids up to age 16. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. They have all kinds of fun activities planned this year; be sure and see their ad in this week’s paper for more information. You can call Tim at 253-2754 for more information.
Tickets will be on sale at the Spike Camp for a set of five Pointer O/U shotguns. The drawing for the guns will be at their Big Game Banquet June 9.
30 YEARS IN BUSINESS
Longtime Susanville resident Bob Russell has been keeping those windows sparkly clean in Lassen and Plumas counties for 30 years now. Russell’s Window Cleaning not only does windows, but they happily clean your screens, too.
Bob and co-owner Jared Byrd tell us they do both residential and commercial windows and screens. They are licensed and fully insured. You can give them a call at 257-2985.
A/C WEATHER COMING SOON
Don’t wait for the last minute to make sure your air conditioner in your car is working properly. Paul Romesburg at Paul’s Automotive tells us now is the time to have your A/C serviced before it gets hot. You can reach Paul’s Automotive at 251-5200 to make your appointment.
IT’S A CHICK FEST IN WESTWOOD!
It’s the third annual Chick Fest at Lassen True Value Hardware on Saturday, March 25 in Westwood. Storeowner Alex DeMartimprey invites you to bring the kids to see all the baby chicks, ducks and turkeys available for purchase. The necessary accessories and supplies will also be on sale that day, along with other basic gardening supplies.
ALZHEIMER’S/DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUP
On the fourth Tuesday of each month, Eagle Lake Village hosts an Alzheimer’s/Dementia caregiver support group. This month, at 2 p.m. March 28, the group will meet; the topic being “Communicating with people with Dementia.” All are welcome to attend. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper. Eagle Lake Village is located at 2001 Paul Bunyan Road, Susanville.
OLD MILL CAFÉ CHANGES HANDS
Sabrina and Brett Sanders are the new owners of the Old Mill Café in WestwAood. Much of Sabrina’s extensive 20-year restaurant experience came while working at the café for the past decade. Brett’s background is in construction, which will come in handy as their future plans include adding hotel rooms above the restaurant and office space for lease. The restaurant is known for its comfortable atmosphere and good food served for breakfast, lunch and dinner, where, Sabrina says, “the employees are amazing and always friendly.”