Biz News for Feb. 21, 2012
Double G Iron Horse Saloon
The Double G Iron Horse Saloon is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. in Westwood. Owners, Candi and Gunnar Garrett, left, along with Mary Gow, opened their saloon at 320 Ash St. Along with the saloon, they are offering many different league play. They have a dart league, Wii bowling, ECV Watering Hole. Plus, the saloon is the new home of the Chimney Fund, and they will be hosting the annual Chili Cook-off. Photo by Susan Cort Johnson
NEW BARBER AT TIME OUT
Elizabeth Agee, owner of Time Out Salon, welcomes barber Bob Taylor to their salon. The salon is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Fridays and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the weekends. You will find the salon at 2055 Main St. in Susanville. They are hosting a grand opening all week; stop by to see what specials and prizes they have.
STATE OF THE ART STAINED GLASS NAILS
Deena Wadell, nail technician at Elite Salon in Susanville, tells us she’s excited to offer the newest in flashy fingernails.
“I recently returned from taking a class in stained glass nail art and am looking forward to offering the community the latest techniques in nail decorating,” said Wadell.
ANNUAL HONEY LAKE HOSPICE TEA
Honey Lake Hospice will be hosting their annual Hospice Tea this year from noon to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 10 at Jensen Hall. The tea will feature a wide variety of delicious homemade afternoon tea fare, including scones, savories, sweets and more. See their ad in this week’s paper for ticket information.
Local artist Norma DeBaker tells us she is creating one-of-a-kind pieces of memorial jewelry using ashes from your departed pet or loved one. You can select from a large variety of beautiful dichroic glass pieces that are fired in her kiln and then wrapped to create an original memorial pendant. For more information about this service you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug McDonald, of Wheels West in Susanville, tells us they now have financing available at their Susanville location. Stop in and see Jim Oschner or Doug McDonald for your new vehicle. They are located next to Susanville Supermarket.
PLUMAS BANK COMMUNITY FORUM
Plumas Bank is holding a community forum from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 1 at the Plumas Bank office in Susanville, located at 3000 Riverside Drive. Topic of discussion is "Solutions for Your Credit Needs," presented by Maria G. Nye, VP Branch Manager and Dorine Blankenship, AVP, Commercial Loan Officer. Refreshments will be served.
NEW FABRICS ARRIVING
Spring is just around the corner and Laura Roberts at Country Pines Quilting tells us she’s got some great new fabrics just in time for planning your spring quilting and sewing projects. If you have a special event coming up this year, consider making a keepsake quilt. Country Pines Quilting located across from the CHP office on Richmond Road, has quilting patterns and kits for beginners to advanced levels too.
GET READY FOR SPRING
Arlin Billington, of Billington Ace Hardware, has his staff all ready to help you with your spring home improvement needs.
“Even the simplest of fixes like a new, colorful coat of paint can give your home a whole new look and feel,” he said.
Plus, Scotts is offering a Cash for Clunkers program when you return your old spreader, so you can get ready for this year’s garden and recycle your out-of-date spreader. See the store for more details on this promotion.