Biznews for Jan. 22, 2013
PRE-SCHOOL ACCEPTING ENROLLMENTS
Katherine Collett, director for Sunshine Preschool, would like to let parents of children ages 2-5 years know that there is currently no waiting list to enroll your young student! They offer drop-in care clear up to full-time, just call and see what’s right for you! For enrollment packets and information, call Katherine at 251-5576 or stop by 635 Cottage St., Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper.
NEW MEETING PLACE
The Lassen Humane Society board of directors now has a new meeting place. According to Chris Geffre, secretary, they are now meeting at Lassen Library, 1618 Main St. in Susanville. Meetings are scheduled for the last Thursday of each month beginning at 4:30 p.m.; the meetings are open to the public. For questions, call 257-4555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RAMSEY AT NAREAU'S OFFICE
Nareau & Associates welcomes attorney Ben Ramsey to its practice. Ben is an experienced attorney representing clients in family law matters. He has many years of trial experience in all areas of complex family law litigation. You will find attorneys Mark Nareau, James Matthew Brown and Ben Ramsey at 2920 Riverside Dr., Suite 102 in Susanville.
LOCAL PHONE BOOKS GETTING OUT
The 2013 edition of your locally produced telephone book, the Lassen Plumas Connection, is hot off the presses and is now in the process of being delivered throughout Lassen, Plumas and eastern Sierra counties. Delivering the book to your home has become a regular major fundraiser for students and their school programs. If you would like additional copies for your home or office, just drop by the Lassen County Times and help yourself.
Note to yellow page advertisers: First, thanks for placing your confidence in us by buying space in our directory. Secondly, know that well-trained sales reps from two other telephone directory companies are in the area selling yellow page ads for their books that publish this summer. If you decide to buy an ad in one of those directories, be clear on what you are buying, whom you’re reaching and whether or not it will actually be of benefit.
If you have an ad in one of those other books that you no longer want, you have to cancel the order. At least with one of the directory companies, the agreement you signed with them when the ad was originally ordered automatically renews for the next year if it is not actually canceled — even if they haven’t contacted you for the new book!
Since we are here with you throughout the year, if we can further assist you in any way, give one of our advertising sales consultants a call. We are always here to help you in any way we can!
AVAILABLE BY CELL PHONES
The ladies at Shear Oasis Salon in Uptown Susanville are now primarily using their cell phones to make their clients’ appointments. For some people it's easier to text or call. You can reach Lynette Ancrile at 260-2832, Jennifer Blackburn at 310-9003 and owner Laura Lee at 310-4913. You can still call the salon as well at 257-9259. Give the ladies a call to make your next appointment.
The unique jewelry line of Origami Owl is now available in Susanville. Local independent designer Jodi Henry is now offering Origami Owl products. You can order a custom living locket that tells your own personal story. Call Jodi at 249-5332, or email her at email@example.com.
WEIGHT LOSS SOLUTIONS
Do you struggle with your weight? If so, spend an hour with Dr. Branvold to learn why today’s dietary guidelines are making you fat. You will learn the key factors that must be addressed to lose weight and maximize your health. This free program is scheduled to be held Tuesday, Jan. 29 and you can see his ad in this week’s paper for registration information.