Biznews for June 10, 2014
Charlie and Priscilla Cecil are the new owners of Chuck’s Railroad Room in Westwood. For 13 years, the couples had been splitting their time between here and Marin County and are now full-time residents of Plumas County. Charlie has 18 years of restaurant and bar experience, managing and cooking. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner in a family friendly atmosphere. The menu includes Chef Kim Collier’s nightly specials and Charlie’s special barbecued smoked baby back ribs and chicken.
Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing, tells us she is having a container gardening class at 9 a.m. and a garden to glass mixology class at 3 p.m. this Saturday, June 14 at the nursery. You can call the nursery to sign up, or take a drive out to their Johnstonville location to sign up.
LIVE MUSIC AT ALE WORKS
Reno band Six Mile Station is playing at 8:30 p.m. this Thursday, June 12 at Lassen Ale Works in Uptown Susanville. They play Americana, folk, rock and bluegrass. The five-guy band includes Susanville native Tyson Schroeder. Be sure and stop in for dinner and enjoy the live music.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON
Walker Mansion Inn is now open for the season in Westwood. Owner Esther Pretti invites you to go by there and enjoy lunch in their dining room, or enjoy the weather out on their screened in porch. After having a delicious lunch you can browse through the extensive gift shop. The inn is also available for weddings and private parties. You will find them at Third and Ash streets in Westwood, or give them a call at 256-2169.
NOTE TO YELLOW PAGE ADVERTISERS
Thanks to those who bought advertising space in this years' edition of the Lassen Plumas Connection telephone directory. We appreciate your confidence and trust in us and in the effectiveness of our locally produced phonebook.
We know there are lots of other choices when it comes to spending your advertising dollars, so we wanted to take this opportunity to give you a brief heads up: There are sales reps from other telephone directory companies currently working this area selling yellow page ads for their books.
If you do in fact decide to buy an ad from one of their well-trained salespeople, be sure you know what directory you're buying and its coverage/ readership. No harm in asking lots and lots of questions.
If you happen to have an ad in one of those other books you no longer want, you have to specifically 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 canceled with their sales rep by phone or in writing — 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 myself or one of our very experienced advertising consultants a call. We are happy to assist you in any way we can.