Biznews for March 4, 2014

MOVING SOON

Sometime in mid April, Axia Home Loans will be relocating to 3940 Riverside Drive in Susanville. Cheryl Holmes and her staff won't miss the many stairs they have had to climb for the past 15 years. They are excited to be relocating to a brand new building (currently under construction) on a single floor. They will have ample parking and easy access to the new office.

ALSO MOVING SOON

Escrow manager at Chicago Title Bekki Fink informs us they are also planning on relocating to the new offices currently being built on Riverside Drive in Susanville. They plan on moving by May 1 to 2940 Riverside Drive.

NEW LOCATION FOR HAIR HUNTERS

Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters Salon, has just moved to the former Leslie’s Jewelry location at 700 Main St.

“We’re very excited to be in a fresh, new facility and the salon is open Monday through Saturday by appointment. Walk-ins are always welcome too,” Marsh said.

With spring just around the corner, the beauty specialists at Hair Hunters Salon are ready to pamper you from head to toe!

LIVING A DIABETES-FREE LIFE SEMINAR

Ronald Branvold, DC at Susanville Chiropractic Clinic, is hosting a free open house at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 4. The open house program will educate participants on the three steps to lose weight permanently and prevent Type II Diabetes. Make this year your best by calling 257-7751 to reserve your space today. Give yourself the gift of health.

CUSTOMER SERVICE ADVANTAGE PROGRAM

Lassen Community College is kicking off an eight-week business program starting March 25. The focus of the Business 78 course is “The Customer Service Advantage.” Participants will learn principles that support customer service excellence, consumer retention, managing conflict and more. The program will be held at the main college campus. For registration, contact Lassen Community College today.

NEW SCENTS AND FLAVORS

Hodge Podge Lodge has several new handmade fudge flavors to choose from. Owner Kelly Smith now has lemon meringue pie, boysenberry pie, mint Oreo and cherry nut. Have we tempted your taste buds yet?

Kelly also tells us she is now carrying Naked Bee products. Be sure to check out the organic orange blossom honey-scented lotion. Stop by their Main Street Susanville location to see the new spring items arriving weekly.

36 YEARS IN BUSINESS

For 36 years, Sezzi Concrete has been providing Lassen County with concrete, road base, topsoil and a variety of decorative rock. President Dan Sezzi operates the business his parents started. The Sezzi family has always been involved in community events and plans to continue with that tradition.

Manager Shelley Miller tells us to be sure to stop by before you start your spring projects to see what they can do for you.

HAVING A PARTY?

Are you hosting a party or event and don't feel like cooking? Mark Nareau and his crew at Little Italy Italian Kitchen will happily cater your event. They offer a variety of Italian dishes, from ravioli to lasagna to stone-oven pizzas. They use fresh Italian caputo flour for their pizzas. Keep in mind they also offer dine-in, take out and delivery for all their homemade dishes. You can reach them at 257-2525.

CATTLEWOMEN SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

The Lassen County Cattlewomen and Cattlemen’s scholarship applications are now available at area high schools and Lassen Community College. The deadline for the memorial and agricultural scholarship applications is April 9. For scholarship packets, contact your counseling and/or financial aid office.

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