Biz News for June 19, 2012
If you are a car buff, this weekend is meant for you! On Saturday, June 23 it's the 22nd annual Lassen County Chamber of Commerce's Main Street Cruise in Historic Uptown Susanville. The fun begins at 2 p.m. with custom stock and classic cars and motorcycles. It's free admission and promises to be fun for the whole family. Main Street will be closed to traffic. There will be a street dance on Pancera Plaza from 7 to 9 p.m.
TIME TO PLAY GAMES
Margie's Book Nook in cooperation with Primo Deli in Uptown Susanville will be hosting a two-hour board and card game session from 3 to 5 p.m. this Thursday, June 21 at the deli.
David Teeter, manager of Margie's Book Nook, said, "It's open to all players of all ages, there will be several games there, but feel free to bring your favorite game to play."
David will be teaching the game, "Small Worlds" to those interested.
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
The Lassen County Fair is hosting its annual luncheon to honor employees at noon Friday, July 20 on the north grandstand lawn. You are encouraged to bring your employees, staff and other faculty that make a difference in your workplace.
Nominations are currently being accepted. All nominations must be received by Wednesday, July 11 in the fair office. For more information, contact the fair office.
PLUMAS BANK HIRES CREDIT MANAGER
Michael Henry has joined Plumas Bank as vice president, administrative group manager. Kerry Wilson, senior vice president, credit administrator, said Michael would be responsible for general credit administration duties. That includes updating and maintaining credit policies, helping structure and review loans, and managing various loan departments within the bank.
Michael has 10 years of banking experience, most recently as vice president, commercial portfolio review team leader at a bank in Phoenix, Ariz. He holds a master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance and a bachelor of science degree in sociology. He and his family relocated from Mesa, Ariz. to Quincy and are very eager to be involved in the community.
NEW LINES OF DOG FOOD
Local animal lovers and owners of Treats Dog Company (in both Susanville and Chester), Monte and Joanie Kielty, are always adding new products to their stores. They are now carrying Eukanuba and Purina Pro Plan to their wide array of current products. If you have a four-legged pet, Treats Dog Company and their animal lovers will surely assist you with your pet’s needs.
NEW RUSTIC HOME DÉCOR
Rhonda and Steve Fuller, at Great Basin Antiques, tells us they’ve gotten in lots of new home décor, just in time for summertime entertaining.
“We’ve got a unique selection of rustic home and garden items that are great just the way they are, or repurposed into something new for you” said Fuller.
If you haven’t been to their new location at 716 Main St., in Uptown Susanville, be sure to stop by and check out all their latest treasures and gift ideas.
ART AROUND THE LAKE
Local artisan Edith Schwirian wants to remind you it’s time again for the annual Art Around the Lake tour in Chester. The tour is set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, July 21.Tickets are already available from venue artists and the proceeds benefit art in local schools.Schwirian tells us she has lots of new, one-of-a-kind jewelry designs she will be showcasing at this event.
BARBECUE SEASON IS HERE!
If you are tired of the same old hot dogs and burgers on your barbecue this summer, stop in and see what G&L Smokehouse has to offer. Their Chili Lime Chicken is sure to delight your taste buds, and offers a refreshing change to the same old thing. Stop in and see Ches and Blayne Mallery at 702-865 Richmond Rd., or give them a call at 257-2527. They will be happy to help you with your grilling needs.