Biznews for Jan. 29, 2013
THEY'RE BACK IN TOWN
Zielski Equipment Service is back in Susanville. Jason Zielski offers mobile-mechanic service on equipment. You can reach him on his cell at 249-9897.
CCW PERMIT CLASSES
Instructor Ti Neff, of Auslander Tactical, is now offering new California Concealed Weapon (CCW) permit classes. The first class of the year is set from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Susanville Airport (Johnstonville Road) and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10 at the range. To reserve your spot, call Ti or Sherrie Neff at 249-2612.
Rushelle Meadows, manager of the Elks Lodge, reminds those going to the crab feed that it's a good idea to bring your own pickers. Tickets are still available at Town & Country Real Estate and Tum-A-Lum Lumber in Susanville.
Rudy Valentine, owner of Iron Horse Gym in Susanville, tells us he is now offering Judo classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays with Junior Olympic Champion Yasier Alvarez. New Latin dance classes are now available on Mondays and Wednesdays with Reynaldo Gagloo or Gabriel Colombo.
MAMA'S Nearly New Treasures is hosting a grand re-opening at 10 a.m. this Friday, Feb. 1. Lea Vanderley informs us they have hundreds of new items stocked storewide. They will be offering deep discounts at their Richmond Road location. If you have any questions you can reach them at 257-6667.
EXTENDED PAYMENT OPTION
Susanville Orthodontic Care is now able to offer extended payment options to people who qualify with zero down. Denise White tells us it's an easy option for a lot of people to make monthly payments for their children — or their own — braces. Stop by their Ash Street office to find out more, or call them at 257-4455.
Well, you don’t have to go to New Orleans to celebrate the Super Bowl. Instead, head on over to Diamond Mountain Casino for their Super Bowl celebration. The party starts at noon Feb. 3. They will be giving away more than $3,000 in free play and merchandise prizes, in addition to serving up a tasty tailgate buffet.
UNIQUE LOCKETS FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
Adriana Newton tells us she is now an Origami Owl custom jewelry independent designer, servicing the Lassen and Plumas county areas.
If you’re looking for a fun, new reason to get together with your girlfriends, consider booking a party this spring. You can also order from its catalogue or at her online site at adriana.origamiowl.com or call her at (916) 337-5743.
WELCOME NEW STYLIST
Marlene Norvell, owner of Elite Salon, tells us she is pleased to welcome back stylist, Julie Woodward after her 9-year absence. Woodward, formerly at Suzanne’s Salon, has joined the Elite team and is available weekdays and evenings by appointment.
“I specialize in color, color correction and weaves,” said Woodward.
She is using the newest line of Redken Chromatic professional hair products for those of you looking for ammonia-free hair services. You can reach her at the salon or on her cell phone at 249-2625.
Mountain Lifeflight is celebrating 20 years of service to Lassen County. They have been providing emergency medical service for the past 20 years, and look forward to several more decades in the community.
COLD AND FLU SEASON
Even if you’ve had a flu vaccination, it’s important to keep your immune system strong. Kristen Volberg, owner of The Health Nut, recommends increasing your daily intake of vitamin D. Many doctors are now recommending at least 4,000 IU per day for adults and 2,000 IU for children. Other strong immune builders include Wellness Formula, the herbs astragalus, elderberry, oregano oil, siberian eleuthero and garlic. Probiotics are also very important. Beneficial bacteria that live in our intestines make up about 75 percent of our immune system. Check out their selection of soothing herbal teas for relief of colds and flu symptoms.