Biz news for Nov. 16, 2010
If you need to get in the season of things, Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing, has just what you need. The holiday workshop schedule is now available. Learn how to make a fresh wreath, a harvest arrangement, a centerpiece or maybe even a hanging basket with fresh fir. You can stop by the store in Johnstonville for a complete schedule.
HAVING A HOLIDAY PARTY?
Whether it's a business or personal party. Now is the time to start planning. Tammi Montgomery, owner of Primo Deli reminds everyone she offers catering services. She would be happy to put some delicious foods and amazing desserts together for your holiday parties. Visit her Uptown Susanville location for more information.
ORDER ONLINE, PICK UP AT STORE
If you like the convenience of shopping online but don't necessarily like to wait for your items to arrive, then you must check out Sears new online feature. Kevin and Kitty Smith, owners of the Sears, in Susanville tell us now when you place your order online you can see if the local store has the item in stock. You pay for it online then go pick it up in the store. It's a great new feature Sears is now offering their customers.
7th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS AT THE RANCH
Irene Doyle said its time for the 7th annual Christmas at the Ranch holiday store to open in Milford. You’ve driven past this historic home on highway 395 for years, now you can stop and shop for wonderful unique gifts and holiday home décor. “We’ve got over 15 artists and crafters who’s handmade items will make the holidays brighter and keep your gift giving within your budget,” said Doyle. See their ad in this week’s paper for more details. The holiday Christmas shop is open weekends through Dec. 19.
WOMEN'S OPPORTUNITY AWARDS PROGRAM
Soroptimist International of Susanville is seeking applications for their Women's Opportunity Awards Program. $1,000 cash will be awarded to a local woman who is the sole provider of financial support for her family. The money can be used to offset the cost associated with her efforts to a higher education or additional skills and training. The local winner will advance to the regional level for a chance to win even more financial assistance. The application deadline is Dec. 15. For applications contact Sandy Young at 310-4633
A WHOLE NEW LOOK
If you drive down Main Street in Susanville (and who doesn't), you may notice Tina Cordoba, Broker/Owner of Town & Country Real Estate has changed the look of her truck. Not only does the truck have a new look, so does the business. She has dropped the GMAC part of the name. Expect the same service and knowledgeable staff in her Main Street real estate business.
CHANGES INSIDE SUSANVILLE SUPERMARKET
Susanville Supermarket is getting a whole new face-lift inside the store. Anna Stewart, co-owner, tells us that they have an all new deli case that covers the entire back wall, with lots of new cheeses and even a gourmet section. The bakery and deli departments have also taken on a new look. Stop in today to see the new upgraded changes and how great the store looks.
GRAND PRIZE DRAWING DEC 1
In honor of their fifth anniversary this year, the ladies at Smiles for Life, Inc. are having their grand prize drawings on Dec. 1. Jeannie Huber, RDHAP reminds all of her patients to bring in their postcards they received in the mail to receive their free gift and to be entered into the drawing for one of the grand prizes.
HOLIDAY COAT DRIVE
It’s time for the annual Banner Lassen Medical Center Coat Drive Event this Friday, Nov. 19, from 2 to 6 p.m. You can drop off your new and gently used, but cleaned coats at the hospital and your donated items will support your local Salvation Army and Lassen Family Services, Inc. With your donation, you will be entered in a drawing for great prizes too! So do a good deed this holiday season and help someone stay warm this winter. For more information see their ad in this weeks paper.
ORDER YOUR FRESH TURKEY TODAY
The holidays are here and there is nothing better than a fresh, juicy, mouthwatering piece of meat on the table according to the folks at Idaho Grocery. “We’re taking orders now for holiday turkeys, hams and roasts,” according to butcher Robert Urrutia, “plus we have a great selection of frozen gourmet meats too.” Idaho Grocery has also expanded their lines of fine wines and champagnes to taste the season with your friends and family.