Biz News for April 10, 2012
Chef Brian Rose, owner of Rose’s Café, tells us he’s just introduced a new dinner menu.You’ll find many of his authentic traditional Italian dishes, steaks and his new gluten-free pastas.
“More and more people have food allergies, and I have revamped my menu to make dining out an enjoyable, healthier option for those with gluten sensitivities,” he said.
FARM FRESH EGGS
Ethan Williams, of Williams Brother's Ranch Fresh Eggs, tell us that their hens are in full production and farm fresh eggs are now available. You can find Ethan at the Farmer's Market in Susanville, or give him a call at 251-3588 or 251-7782.
AAA Insurance in Susanville is having a tailgate party from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 13. You could win San Francisco Giants tickets and other prizes, too. There will be free snacks and beverages for everyone. Get a quote from them and maybe you will be the lucky winner of two luxury suite tickets to a Giants game. They are located on Main Street near Walmart. For more information, call 252-5000.
NEW RESTAURANT AT GOLF COURSE
There is a new place to dine when you are headed out on the links! Diamond in the Rough Café is now open at Diamond Mountain Golf Course. Todd and Marianne Campbell, owners of the Courthouse Café in Susanville, invite you to join them before or after you tee off for a delicious breakfast burrito or any of their other yummy menu items. They are open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week. Stop in or call 252-6220 to book a party; gift certificates are available.
With this crazy weather we have been having, your car or truck probably needs a good cleaning. John Lain, of The Oil Changer on Main Street, Susanville, informs us they have started a new side to the business. They are now detailing vehicles. They have an entirely separate garage just for the detailing. Stop by today to find out when you can get your car in.
RE-OPENED IN WESTWOOD
The Sug'r Shack in Westwood has re-opened for the season. Owner Julie Brecht offers both take out and outside dining. You can enjoy a fresh made burger, hot dogs, frosties, milkshakes and more. All of their food is made fresh. It's a great place to take the whole family.
ZUMBA GOLD NOW OFFERED
New Image Racquetball and Fitness Center is now offering Zumba Gold Dance classes. Licensed Zumba instructor Yolanda Smith said Zumba’s high intensity, low impact workout is perfect for baby boomers, pregnant women or just anyone who loves Zumba. Call Yolanda for class times and availability at 310-6257.
NEW TEEN CHALLENGE GROUP FORMING
A parking lot sale is being planned to support the Sacramento Valley Teen Challenges new Susanville contact office. Teen Challenge is an organization that helps young adults with addiction issues seeking a spiritual based approach to healing from their substance abuse problems.Sandy Forrest tells us they are seeking donations for their fundraiser to be held in the Lassen High School parking lot April 28. If you have items you would like to donate, see their classified ad in this week’s paper for more information.
GOOD GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP
Honey Lake Hospice will be having their Good Grief Support Group meeting from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 18 at the Lassen Library in Susanville. If you are experiencing grief caused by the loss of a job, marriage, death of a loved one or any other cause, you will find the meeting facilitated by Mike Boretz, LCSW and Sandy Forrest, RN, Bereavement Coordinator to be a safe, supportive environment to learn loving, nurturing approaches to moving forward and working through your personal pain. You can call Honey Lake Hospice at 257-3137 for more information.
ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH
Lassen County Alcohol and Other Drug Department tells us April is Alcohol Awareness Month and as part of it, they want to remind parents it’s never too early to talk to your chidren about the dangers of substance use and abuse. If you are concerned your child may be experimenting with alcohol or drugs, they offer resources to parents and students to encourage a positive, proactive approach to these issues. Don’t be fooled into thinking it’s cool to provide alcohol to kids in your home. Individuals contributing or purchasing alcohol for minors can face serious fines and legal penalties.