Biznews for May 20, 2014
STUDENT ROUND UP
Long Valley Charter School is hosting a Student Round-Up this Thursday, May 22. According to director Cindy Henry, the event is from 10 to 11 a.m. at 629 Main St. in Susanville. All prospective students and families are welcome to join a tour of the facilities and learn about their school. For more information, call 257-7300.
GLUTEN FREE PANCAKES
Stop by the The Health Nut on Wednesday, May 21 for pancakes! Kristin Volberg will be serving up delicious Namaste gluten-free pancakes for you to try. You can also enter a free drawing to win a nice tote bag filled with Namaste gluten-free foods. Pick up free coupons to use with purchase of Namaste products. She'll have free gluten-free recipe cards, too. That's all happening at the Health Nut from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 21.
ZAENGLES IS EXPANDING
After two years in business in Susanville, the Zaengle family is happy to inform us they are expanding their business into the other side of their current building. Mark Zaengle tells us they will be adding 7,000 square feet of space to their existing 20,000 square feet. They are so excited to be taking over the other part of the building. Look for their new expansion around the first of June.
SUPPORT LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Chad Nethery, owner of Susanville Auto Center, tells us with every new or pre-owned vehicle sold during the month of May, they dealership will make a $100 donation toward scholarships for graduating seniors in Lassen, Plumas and Modoc counties.
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SENIOR HEALTH FAIR
Northeastern Rural Health Clinics, PSA 2 Area Agency on Aging and the California Department of Aging are hosting a Senior Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 29 at the Senior Center on Sunkist Drive in Susanville. In addition to information about many services for seniors, there will be free drawings for prizes. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information.
MUSIC AND MOTORS MERGE
If you want to help support the Save The Music Program then head to Diamond Mountain Casino on Sunday, May 25 and watch the Indy 500 and Coca-Cola $600 races. The fundraiser will run from 9 a.m. until the races end. There will be gifts and prizes during the race, plus tickets on sale for the summer Bandwagon Festival. For more information, call A R Danes at 310-5875.
SEASON PASSES AVAILABLE
Season passes are now available for the 2014 Lassen County Fair.
Jim Wolcott, fair manager, says to stop by the fair office at 195 Russell Ave., Susanville, or log on to their website at lassencountyfair.org to check out the special deal they have going on right now. They can also be reached at 251-8900.
WIN AN ESCAPE
Once again the generous folks at Wheels West are donating a vehicle to Sober Grad this year. One lucky winner will win a Ford Escape. Owner Jason Reiger tells us he is happy to donate a vehicle to this great event. The lucky winner will be announced the morning of June 7. Be sure and stop by Wheels West’s Main Street Susanville lot to check out the Escape, or any other of their fine cars and trucks.
Tinker’s Magical Toy Shoppe is the title for the 41st annual dance recital by Joan’s Studio of Dance performers. It will take place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 31 at the Susanville Veterans Memorial Hall. Tickets are available at Margie’s Book Nook and Dr. Sean Buehler, DDS. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.