Business Scene for the week of 5/23/17


Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake is having its 24th annual Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast. The breakfast will be from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28, at Camp Ronald McDonald/Eagle Lake. Enjoy all you can eat buttermilk pancakes, sausage, orange juice, milk and hot beverages. All proceeds benefit Lassen County kids Camper Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit them online at



Once again Customer Appreciation Days was quite a success this year. Thanks to all the participating businesses and to all those who donated care package items for the Blue Star Moms. They were able to supply the BSM with many items for their packages. According to Heather Garrison, of the Blue Star Moms, she believes they received enough items to help for quite a while. They also received monetary donations, which will help them with the cost of shipping all the packages. Winners of the $500 shopping spree were John Atkins and Linda Owings, each winning $100. Pennie Luna, Omengker Ricky, Leland Roberts, David Lopez, Teri Bertotti and Tracy Cerniglia each won a $50 shopping spree. Hannah Tangeman was the lucky winner of Billington Ace Hardware’s $100 gift certificate and Brenda Blickenstaff won a gift basket from Hair Hunters. The cutest dog winner at Treats Natural Pet Marketplace will be announced June 1, so you still have time to enter your pet.



Honey Lake Valley Grange in Johnstonville will be holding a craft and vendor fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 9 and 10. Individuals interested in renting booth space can see their ad in this week’s paper for contact information. Did you know they also have a wonderful rental facility with a stage, full kitchen and plenty of parking? If you’re looking to host a party, wedding or need a location for your next meeting, be sure to check out their building for your next event.



Jack Daniel Simoni, owner of Reliable RV, tells us he’s available for servicing all makes and models of RVs and tractors, including Mahindra tractors. Simoni has more than 15 years experience in the industry and offers mobile repair services or on site at his shop. You can call Reliable RV at 257-1644.



Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville, tells us she’s recently welcomed nail technician Mickey Shultz to the salon. Shultz specializes in gel and the fancy bling design rock star nails. She also offers traditional manicures, polish changes and welcomes emergency appointments. Shultz is available from 10a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday by appointment. Heather and Mickey have also joined together to offer Mickey’s Country Closet, conveniently connected to the salon. They offer Montana Silversmith jewelry and Montana West purses, wallets and clothing. Plus, new western home décor, fashions and patriotic themed items are arriving weekly. You’ll also find something for the men on your shopping list too.



J&K Guns and Stuff now offers laser engraving. Owners Ken and Holly Gullion can engrave on guns, magazines, trophies and more. Ken tells us he doesn’t do jewelry, glass or wood at this time. Stop by their 916 Main St. location or give them a call at 257-7511 for more information.