Biz news for Jan. 12, 2010
NEW HOURS AT COUNTRY VICTORIAN CHARM
Deena Waddell, owner of Country Victorian Charm tells us she has new store hours. Waddell will be closed Sunday and Monday, then open from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday through Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You will find her shop in Uptown Susanville.ADDITIONAL ITEMS NOW AVAILABLE
Andy Warren, owner of The UPS Store, in Susanville, informs us he is now able to do two or three part forms. If you are looking for custom note pads, they offer those as well. You will find The UPS Store near Walmart in Susanville.
BASKETBALL SEASON BEGINS
Lassen Hoops officially begins the season this weekend. Games start this Saturday. According to board president Mike Giacomelli, you can go online for a schedule at lassenhoops.net. For more information call Mike at 257-9240.
SCHOOL SPECIAL NOW AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE
Primo Deli owner Tammi Montgomery tells us she is now offering her high school special to everyone. It's not just for the kids anymore!
Tammi also tells us she is offering a quiche and coffee special in the mornings for breakfast. Don't forget about her pie and coffee specials in the afternoons.
EVER HEARD OF HERITAGE MAKERS?
Carrie Thomas is one of the newer Heritage Makers consultants in Lassen County. Carrie will show you how you can use your photos to make storybooks, greeting cards, posters and so much more. These products are simple to make, yet have a profound effect on family members. Carrie is available to do workshops in your home to show you and your friends how to use the program (Studio) and make your own keepsakes. You can reach Carrie online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW WEB SITE COMING SOON
Carolyn Smith of Sierra Theatre and Uptown Cinemas tells us they are working on having their own Web site soon. They will have film listings with a synopsis on each film. People will be able to e-mail requests and comments on their site as well. You will find them online at sierratheatreanduptowncinemas.com.
ANDERSON TRUST FUND HAS BEEN SET UP
With the recent passing of Quynh Anderson, there has been a trust fund set up for her 10-year-old son Henry. If you are unsure what you can do to show your support for her family, maybe this is the way to go. The Quynh T. Anderson Memorial Fund is at Plumas Bank in Susanville. If you have any questions you can call the bank.
THE NEW 2010 TRUCKS HAVE ARRIVED
If you’ve been thinking about getting a new truck, be sure to head on over to Benny Brown’s Susanville Ford and Auto Center where the new 2010 trucks have arrived. You’ll find a great selection to choose from and you’ll avoid the time and expense of shopping out of town for a vehicle. Your friendly, hometown sales team is ready to take you for a test drive in the truck of your dreams!
GREAT MEALS FOR LESS
Esther Faustino tells us that during these tough economic times she has put together the El Tepeyac Grille economic stimulus package and during the month of January you can enjoy dining on fresh-made, traditional Mexican and American dishes at huge savings. Be sure to see her ad in this week’s paper for more details.
Loretta Green, owner of Green Stitches, in Susanville, just received an Accuquilt Go. It is a machine that cuts 6 layers of fabric in to quilt templates. Makes the templates easy to cut and they are always the same size. Loretta invites you to come see this great new machine and pick-up your 2010 calendar now available. She also tells us new classes will be starting in February.
DRUM LESSONS ANYONE?
Have you been thinking of being a drummer? Now’s your chance! Jeremiah Sturgeon is now offering drum lessons, from beginners to intermediate. Jeremiah recently returned to Susanville and has more than 15 years experience. For more information contact Jeremiah at 702-985-1686 or e-mail email@example.com.