NEW EARRINGS HAVE BLOOMED
Biz news for March 8, 2011
Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin’ Thing, is always adding something new to her shop. Now you will find a wonderful selection of Jody Coyote earrings. If you are already thinking of your garden, she now has some fun garden items. Shroomyz are ceramic mushrooms that will add a whimsical burst of color to anyone’s garden.
Lassen High School LEAPP students will be collecting old shoes as a community service project. All types of shoes are welcome and appreciated. Shoes collected will be given to children and adults in need. Bring shoes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 19 to the Lassen High School parking lot or you can find drop boxes at the following locations: Plumas Bank, Tri Counties Bank, US Bank, Lassen High School and most of the elementary schools. For more information call 251-1133.
BEAD, BEADS AND BEADS
Shirley Robinson, owner of The Bead Shop, now has a new pick box of beautiful sparkling gemstone beads and pearls from her special supplier. They are in the store for a limited time. The pearls come in many sizes and colors. The Bead Shop is located next to Finders Keepers in Uptown Susanville.
Marcia Parker, sole owner and operator of A Better Shot Photography, is celebrating her fifth year of business in March. She is having a Customer Appreciation month and welcomes all of her clients, past and future, to take advantage of her appreciation specials. Anyone booking an appointment with Marcia at her new 60 North Pine St. location will receive additional discounts. Call Marcia today to book your appointment at 308-2105.
SPEAKING OF ANNIVERSARIES…
Miguel Montes de Ocaco and family, owners of Tacos Fiesta Mexicana, are celebrating their one-year anniversary this month. “We’re very appreciative of how well our authentic Mexican cooking has been received in this community,” he tells us. If you haven’t stopped in to try their fabulous dishes be sure to make time for lunch or dinner when you can feast on an assortment of traditional style meals at great anniversary specials on Saturday, March 12 and Sunday, March 13.
TIME FOR TREASURE HUNTING
Hey, have you heard there is a new thrift store on Highway 395 and Johnstonville Road? B&D Golden Treasures has just opened across the corner from Johnstonville Quality Foods. Owner Jerry Nobles is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday for late night shoppers. They carry new and gently used merchandise from clothing, home décor, tools and much, much more!
RECYCLED AUTO PARTS
Walt Reynolds and Justin Raymond, of Reynolds & Raymond, on Johnstonville Road has added another business to their current businesses. R and R Recycled Auto Parts is now a local distributor for Viking Truck and Auto Parts (out of Redding). This business has it's own phone number, 252-7777.