Biz news for Feb. 2, 2010
CASH FOR COLLEGE
If you have a graduating senior this year, then mark your calendar to attend the Cash for College Night on Feb. 4 in the Creative Arts Building Learning Center at Lassen College. The program starts at 6 p.m., and participants will get a line-by-line presentation on filling out the FAFSA financial aid application. Plus just for attending you could be entered to win an extra $1000 college scholarship. See their ad in this week’s paper for complete details.
CHRISTMAS YEAR ROUND
Deena Waddell, owner of Country Victorian Charm tells us you don’t have to panic or worry about getting that last minute Christmas gift or decorations. Deena has added a Christmas section to her store so you can shop for Christmas year round. You will find her store in Uptown Susanville.
The American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days Program raises funds for hope and for all people facing cancer. This long-standing fundraising campaign celebrates the society's mission to eliminate cancer as a life-threatening disease by offering daffodils to donors in appreciation for their contribution.
Local coordinator Dawn Lightsey encourages everyone to help paint our community yellow with daffodils this spring. For more information or to place your order, you can contact Dawn at 249-3847 or e-mail her at email@example.com. The deadline to order daffodils is Feb. 26.
SHEEHY NOW AT THE LOOK SALON
You will see a new face at The Look Salon beginning this week. Owner, Angie Pierce welcomes Daelynn Sheehy to her salon. Daelynn is available to hair and skin care. She is offering facials as well as hair cuts and color. Give the salon a call to make your appointment.
NEW LONGABERGER CATALOG
Speaking of The Look Salon, Shawna Abrego (stylist at The Look Salon) is your local Longaberger representative. She tells us the new spring catalog is now in. They have brought back the popular pottery color eggplant. She also said it's the last chance to order retiring items, and if you can believe this, Easter baskets are now available. See Shawna for more details.
FRESH FLOWER BOUQUETS NOW AVAILABLE
Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing is gearing up for Valentine’s Day. This year she is offering fresh flowers, which she never has in the past. You can phone in your order or head out to her Johnstonville shop.
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT TRAINING AVAILABLE
Mountain LifeFlight is sponsoring a Basic Life Support Skills Training and Review class on Wednesday, Feb. 24. The class will begin at 10 am at their business office on Ash Street in Susanville. The training is free to all BLS Providers who possess a current NorCal EMS card (First Responder/EMT-1). For more information contact Casey at Mountain LifeFlight’s business office.
NEW DOG TRAINING CLASSES
Sit Spot Canine Center announces the start of dog training classes. Orientation to beginners is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4 at Lassen County Fairgrounds Commercial Building. Orientation is for people only, leave the pooches at home. Classes will be offered Wednesday and Thursday nights. A brand new class will also be offered this term; Cross Training for Dogs. This advanced class is for graduates of Level II Obedience, Preliminary Agility or Total Recall class. Contact Sit Spot Canine Center for more information.