Business Scene for the week of 6/6/17
NIGHT OUT FOR ELK
Enjoy a night out for Elk Country when you attend the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s fundraising event. The dinner is set for 6 p.m. this Friday, June 9 at Diamond Mountain Casino. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.
NEED YOUR GRASS MOWED?
If you are one of those who hates to mow your lawn, or weed eat around your property, well you don’t have to do it yourself anymore. Don and Jeanine Kirkpatrick, former owners of Kirkpatrick Seal & Stripe, are now operating Grass Tenders. They offer weekly and bi-weekly lawn service. You can reach Don on his cell phone to get on his schedule at 310-0132.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
You won’t want to miss this year’s 25th anniversary Main Cruise in Susanville. There are many events planned for June 23 and 24, including a Soap Box Derby, ISBD sanctioned. So, if you think you want to race in the derby, you better get your car ordered and/or built. The fun starts on Friday, June 23 in Uptown Susanville and will continue into Saturday. There will be a schedule of events published in the June 20 edition of the paper. For more information, you can call the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce at 257-4323.
GET YOUR TREES AND ROSES
In addition to all of the locally grown plants and flowers Martin’s Produce and Greenhouse has to offer, this week they are having a great sale on trees and roses. Now is the perfect time to take the beautiful drive out to the country and see what they have to offer. Martin’s is located at 721-425 Capezzoli Lane in Standish, or see their ad in this week’s paper for more information.
FREE SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM
Community Church is offering a free summer lunch program to feed the body and souls of children. The program is offered Monday through Thursday, from June 12 to August 3 (excluding holidays and fair days). Registration is easy, you just need to call the church at 257-2924 (Susanville residents are
given priority). If you’d like to help with cash or food donations, you can drop your donations off at the church office at 110 North Gay St. in Susanville. For more information, you can call the church.
CONCRETE AND SEAL AND STRIPE
Juan Jimenez, owner of Crazy J’s Concrete, recently bought Kirkpatrick’s Seal and Stripe. They are now providing parking lot and driveway seal and stripe services. They will be providing the same quality workmanship and materials as the Kirkpatricks did. Juan tells us he is also still operating his concrete business as well. Call Crazy J’s Concrete at 257-9681 for a free quote on concrete work, paving, sealing or striping.
UNIQUE CRAFT FAIR THIS WEEKEND
Honey Lake Valley Grange on Theatre Road in Johnstonville will be having their craft and vendor fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 10 and 11. They have several unique crafters from the surrounding communities. Plus, there will be hot dogs and refreshments. See their ad for more details.
SPRUCE UP YOUR HOME AND GARDEN
Billington Ace Hardware has stocked up on all the latest patio furniture and lawn and garden supplies to transform your yard into a relaxing oasis. Arlin Billington tells us they carry the Toro and Craftsman line of quality lawnmowers for all of your weed and grass maintenance. Look for their insert for the latest specials at their outdoor living sale.
JOAN’S STUDIO OF DANCE RECITAL
This year, the theme of Joan’s Studio of Dance is 43rd and Broadway. Joan is celebrating 43 years of teaching dance to young people; some of her students now are the grandchildren of former students. The recital will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 10 at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Susanville. Tickets are available at Margie’s Book Nook.