Business Scene for the week of 8/8/17


The annual Grizz Feed is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 18 at Lassen High. It’s the first opportunity to see the football teams for this coming season. The freshman scrimmage is at 5:30 p.m., JV at 6:30 p.m. and Varsity at 7:30 p.m. Admission in is free, and for a small fee you can enjoy a barbecue meal. For more information, call Lily St. Andre at 249-3982.



With the school year around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about child care. Tambra Bowles, of Leap Ahead Learning Center, tells us she is currently enrolling for their before school program. They accept children from kindergarten to fifth grade. They open at 5 a.m. and are available until 8 a.m. They also offer bus service to McKinley School. For more information, see their ad in this week’s classified or give them a call at 252-6100.



How’s your air conditioner in your car working? If it’s not blowing cold air, maybe you need to make an appointment at Paul’s Automotive. Marrina Blanthorn tells us they are currently running a special to charge your AC. Speaking of Paul’s, Marrina said they are also currently looking for a mechanic, but you must have a valid drivers license to apply. You can give them a call at 251-5200 for more information, or to make an appointment.



Erik and Crystal Skeans, owners of the Stonehouse Eatery on Main Street in Susanville, would like to let everyone know they have new hours at their restaurant. They are open Monday through Friday from 4:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., and Saturday from 4:30 a.m. until noon. They are closed on Sunday. The Stonehouse Eatery has a wide variety of breakfast and lunch items on its menu; call ahead or stop in today. They are located at 2212 Main St., or call your order in at 257-9479.



Northeastern Rural Health Clinic will be hosting their summer health fair and parking lot yard sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11. Many local organizations will be sharing information and services. Plus, you’ll find amazing treasures at fabulous prices at their yard sale. You can also enjoy a barbecued hot dog lunch at the fair.



For more than 49 years, Idaho Grocery has been the local family owned corner grocery store and butcher shoppe the locals have come to know and love. They recently remodeled the butcher shoppe and the new meat counter holds even more of their hand-cut daily, fresh U.S.D.A. Certified choice angus beef and quality meats. For those of you wanting 100 percent natural, nutritious meat, you can even purchase the western grassfed beef raised by local Lassen County ranchers.

“We’re always trying to do our best to provide our local shoppers the best food for their family meals.” Renee’ Jones tells us. Summertime is the best time to barbecue and you’ll find a huge selection of nationally recognized rubs, marinades and sauces, too. Be sure to stop by and see what’s new at the corner grocer, and tell them the Lassen County Times sent you.



The Tobacco Awareness and Reduction Coalition, TAR, has partnered with Northeastern Rural Health Clinics and Lassen Aurora Network to provide assistance to Lassen County residents who desire to quit tobacco use. Meetings are held Monday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m. for a total of six meetings. If you or someone you love wants to attend these community classes, call Debbie Jones, health educator, at 251-1490.


A new educational workshop and group is being offered monthly (the second Wednesday of each month) beginning from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Aug. 9. They will be addressing issues you face while caregiving for your loved one, while providing a safe and supportive environment where they share with others who are dealing with like issues. For more information, call 640-2933. These meetings will be facilitated by Analuisa Orozco, LCSW, of The Living in Wellness Center in Adin, California.