Biznews for Jan. 15, 2013
WANT YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA?
Diploma Gold Adult School is starting a new semester and is composing a list of interested students. If you are more than 18 years old and would like to earn your high school diploma, you can go to the office of Diploma Gold located inside Diamond Mountain Charter High School at 1000 Main St. in Susanville. For more information, call Zeane Barber at 251-1158.
NEW HANDBAGS, HATS AND MORE
Tammie Vial, of Juwanna Tan, tells us she now has Carry Me Now handbags, an assortment of Baby Alpaca hats, scarves, gloves and the cutest teddy bears. Local Scentsy consultant Jodi Henry will be selling Scentsy products at Juwanna Tan as well. Be sure and check out all the new items in the shop. You can make your tanning or hair appointment, too.
2013 LABOR LAW UPDATE
Learn about the 2013 California Labor Law changes that affect California businesses. The meeting will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23 at the Business and Career Network on Chestnut Street in Susanville. Reservations are required. Call Terri Hiser-Haynes for more information at 257-5057.
CRAB FEED TICKETS
The annual Elk's Crab Feed is next month. Tickets are now available from Town & Country Real Estate and Tum-A-Lum Lumber in Susanville. The event is scheduled for Feb. 22 and 23. Be sure and get your tickets early.
NEW QUARTERLY NEWSLETTERS
Michelle Williams, manager of C & S Waste Solutions of Lassen County, informs us they are now publishing a quarterly newsletter. Their customers should expect to see it this month. Their redesigned webpage is now up and running at candswaste.com.
GINGERBREAD WINNERS ARE
The Gift Boutique & Antiques hosted their first gingerbread competition this holiday season. The winners were: grand prize, Jeannie Diermier, $50 gift certificate; first prize youth, Sierah Mathers, $25 gift certificate; creative design, Gracie Claypool, $25 gift certificate; and holiday spirit, Kylie Kersh, $25 gift certificate.
WESTWOOD’S FOURTH ANNUAL CHOWDER COOK-OFF
Rain, snow or shine, make a note on your calendar to attend the Westwood’s Fourth annual Chowder Cook-Off at the Westwood Visitors Center on Saturday, Jan. 19. Sponsored by the Westwood Chamber of Commerce, it features a barbecued oyster bar, crafts, a no host bar, live music, kid’s bounce house and a 50/50 raffle. Make a pretty mean chowder, yourself? It’s not too late to enter; applications will be accepted up to the morning of the cook-off. For more information, call Bridgett Bustamante at 588-370 or call the chamber office at 256-2456 and leave a message.
WANT YOUR PICTURE(S) PUBLISHED?
If you have a photo or photos you would like us to consider using in the 2013 Lassen County Visitors Guide that exemplify everything that makes this county such a great place to visit, we would encourage you to submit them via email to .com. Be sure to include details about where the photo(s) was taken, your phone number and permission for us to use it in our publication. The only remuneration we can offer for the use of your picture(s) is a photo credit. Deadline for submission is Feb. 13. We encourage scenic photos with people doing visitor-type activities, but scenic photos are also welcome. Pick up a copy of the 2012 Visitors Guide at a local business to get an idea of the kinds of pictures we’ve used in the past. For additional information, give the Lassen County Times a call at 257-5321.
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY AVAILABLE
Since Clip-N-Dales has moved into their new location at 710-765 Highway 395 East, owner Amanda Byrd is offering pick-up and delivery service for cats and dogs. She will be happy to pick up your four-legged friend, groom them, clip their nails and bring them back to you. She will also come to you to clip your pets’ toenails. You can reach Amanda at the same phone for your appointment, call 257-3647.