Biz News for Feb. 19, 2008
Susanville Church of the Nazarene will be hosting a free community concert at 7 p.m. on Feb. 28 featuring former Beach Boy Philip Bardowell. This is Bardowell’s Fall to Rise CD release tour. Comedian Gary King will also perform as a special guest. This should be a fantastic musical event so bring your family and friends to the new church on Spring Ridge Road across from hospital and enjoy a night of laughs and good music. 2007 BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to Every Bloomin Thing. They have been chosen by the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce as the business of the year. Owners, Melissa and Glenn McCoy, tell us they are very honored and excited to receive this award.
MIKE’S QUALITY AUTO CARE CENTER IS TAKING SMOG APPOINTMENTS AGAIN!
Mike Vivilacqua, owner and smog tech at Mike’s Quality Auto Care Center is back to work and ready to start taking smog appointments again. Mike was off on medical leave to recover from knee replacement surgery. Mike would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers and also your patience while he was off work. He is excited to be back to work. Mike states he can perform all smog inspections including “Gross Polluters” and diagnosing and repairing failed smogs that he is famous for. You can call Mike’s Quality Auto Care at 257-5106 Monday thru Friday. Welcome back Mike!
NEW LOCAL INCOME TAX PREPARATION PROVIDER
Jay Rice, CPA, has started his own home-based income tax preparation business. Jay grew up in Susanville and has a master of accountancy degree from Brigham Young University. Jay is looking forward to helping clients with their tax needs and can be reached at 257-0987.
Shirley Robinson, owner of “The Bead Shop” in Uptown now has hand-forged knives by local craftsmen Steve McConnell. Each knife is uniquely designed and hand crafted which makes these knives truly a one of a kind piece.
FRESH BAKED BREAD DAILY
If you’re an early bird you may have notice the aroma of homemade bread lingering around Kookies by Katy in the morning. Owner, Katy Olsen, says Solomon (her wonderful baker) is preparing his homemade breads five days a week. Featuring a different loaf daily. Try your favorite deli sandwich with our homemade bread.
DONKEY BASKETBALL ANYONE?
The Herlong Sports Boosters are sponsoring a Sunday afternoon of thrills, spills, family fun and lots of laughs. Donkey Basketball is the name of the game, and Sunday, Feb. 24 is the day of the event. Scott Blackwood (Radio Network) and Kristen Schwagerl (CHP-Susanville) along with other “celebrities” in Lassen County will be playing against the Pioneer League Champion Lady Vikings, then the Herlong faculty versus the varsity boys basketball team, For more information call Herlong High School 827-2101
NEW CLASSES AT IRON HORSE GYM
Rudy Valentine co-owner of Iron Horse Gym informs us that they are now offering 4:30 pm classes Monday-Thursday. Suzie Blackwood teaches step aerobics on Mon. and Wed., Laura Holtz teaches kickboxing on Tues. and Thurs. For more information, stop by the gym.
LAST DAY TO SIGN UP FOR LITTLE LEAGUE
This Thursday is the last day you can sign your child up for Susanville Little League. Sign-ups will be held in Janesville at the Janesville Pizza Factory from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Feb. 21.
Lassen High School Football Boosters plan to raise funds for Arnold Field
May 15 — The Lassen High School Football Boosters have come up with several fun and creative ways to raise funds for the renovation of Arnold Field. The boosters are offering students, athletes, alumni, local businesses and community organizations a way to permanently make their mark at Lassen High...Read More...
Grizzliette Show is a huge success
The Lassen High School drill team hits its final pose at the end of a routine during the annual Grizzliette Show Friday, May 3. The show featured routines the Grizzliettes have performed throughout the year. Photo by Maddie Musante May 14 — The Lassen High School drill team...Read More...
Lady Grizzlies win league championship
The Lassen High School varsity softball team stands together after winning the first game of its three-game series against Yreka High School. The Lady Grizzlies went on to beat Yreka in away game Thursday, May 9, clinching the league championship. Photo by Scott Nordstrom May 10...Read More...