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Lassefi County Times/Wes ood PinePress Tuesday, May 1,2007 0 'qll' q"rl'lll'' I1' ]1 ! Business Scene Jill Atkinson Advertising Director ja , BABY SITTING CLASSES Lassen Child & Family Resources of Susanville will be having a baby-sitting class for those who are interested in caring for children. It's a two-day class beginning Friday, May 16, and continuing on Saturday, May 19. The classes will have all kinds of information, such as first aid training, CPR information and more. Space is limited, so call now to reserve your spot. NOW ACCEPTING CREDI-T CARDS Joyner Electric is now able to accept credit cards for payment. So if you have been putting off a project, you don't have to anymore. OPENING FOR THE SEASON Mariners Resort at Stones Landing, Eagle Lake is opening for the season this weekend. They will be open Friday-Sunday, then beginning on Friday, May 18 they will be open 7 days a week. Featuring American and Thai Tom Urn, new owner of "The White House Restaurant," located on Maln Street in Janesvllle, serves steaks, baby back ribs and Thai food. Tom also owns the "Thai Royal," in Reno. The White House will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Photo submitted FAIR TIME IS APPROACHING Western Themes and Country Scenes! The 2007 fair premium book is now available. The premium book is packed full of information including entry forms, dead- lines and rules for exhibits. Also, the schedule of the events at this year's Lassen County Fair is listed. You can pick up your fair premium book at Ace Hardware, The Pardner, Susanville Supermarket and, of course, at the fair office. You can also visit the fair Web site at for more information. ALL IN ONE STOP! Susanville Family Pharmacy, located in Northeastern Health Clinic, next to Urgent care, is now carrying over-the-counter medications. Fill your pre- scriptions here and pick-up your over-the-counter med- ication all in one place. LOOK WHO'S BACK IN TOWN Rhonda is back at Everett's Men's Room through Saturday. Hope to see you there. Tuesday The Lassen County Historical Society is excited to have the new Historical Museum officially opening to the public today. The museum is located on Weatherlow Street, next to Roop's Fort. The museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The public is encouraged to stop by the new museum and see all the excit- ing exhibits that tell the rich history of our community's past. The Fair has had many community members asking how they can help out after the total loss of the live tock pavilion, which was destroyed by an arson fire. The Fair pavilion was built in the 1940's and has provided generations of families with a place to showcase their live- stock and has been the main- i HURRY, GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY! ii The sixth annual Soroptimist International of i Susanville proudly presents, DIE on our Mountain, i murder mystery dinner theater. This production is : written anddtreetedby Dr. Tom Gauthier with collabo- stay of the Jr Livestock ration. This year they are performing on two nights. Mark your calendar for either Friday, May 11 or Saturday, May 12. The performance will be at the Elks Lodge in Susanville. Tickets can be purchased now at Sears, Ri-tone, US Bank, Plumas Bank, The UPS Store or any Soroptimist club member. PHOTOGRAPHY AND DESIGN Marcia Parker is the owner of new photography stu- dio A Better Shot located on Main St. next ,to Pat's Antiques. Marcia is specializing in 2008 seniors, fami- lies and children portraits. Come see Marcia for your next professional photograph at Better Shot." IF YOU CAN THINK IT, WE CAN INK IT! Owner Ed and Tammy Swayze, of Janesville, of Customer Talk, a promotional merchandise company, handle everything from custom-imprinted products to team or club advertising items. For more information call 253-2211. FAIR FIRE RELIEF FUND-RAISER Many community members have been asking, "How can lhelp?" At 5:80 p.m. on Friday, May 18 at the fair- grounds there will be a fund-raiser dinner. All proceeds will go to a new facility that supports the youth in Lassen County. Call or stop by for your tickets. Auction. A "Fair Relief Fundraiser" to help raise money to assist with cost associated with the construc. tion of a new building and the $15,000 insurance deductible is planned for Friday, May 18. The cost for the dinner will be $15 per person or $10 for kids who attend wearing a 4-H or FFA uniform. The fair is also accepting donation of items for an auction; all proceeds will go to the building fund, for more information call 257- 4104. An account has also been set up at Plumas Bank for those who wish to make a cash donation. The Elks Lodge will be hosting a "Spring Fling" for- really known as the Fireman's Ball at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 5. Tickets are Chamber Update Pard Hagara $10 per person and will be available at the door. All tick- et sales will be used to sup- port our local troops: Rockin' Rhino will provide music for your listening pleasure and dancing the night away; call 257-4810 for more informa- tion. The Susanville Symphony will be presenting "Susanville's Virtuoso Magic" featuring concertos by Ben Wade and Tianna Heppner-Harjo on Wednesday, May 2, Friday, May 4, and again on Saturday, May 6 at the United Methodist Church:: 70 8. Lassen Street, Susanville. Wednesday and, Friday's concerts will begin at 7 p.m. and Saturday's con- cert will begin' at2:30 p.m. For more information contact Dana at 257'-2920 or visit the symphony's Web site The Chamber has a staff opening for an office assistant that would work 35 hours per week Monday thru Friday. The applicant must have good computer skills, be able to communicate well with the public, be able to multi-task, and customer service skills are a must. If you or some one you know is interested in applying for the open staff position please contact Patti at 257-4323 for more informa- tion and a detailed joo description. THIS WEEK IS CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAYS It's the annual Customer Appreciation Days event sponsored by the Lassen County Times and partici- pating merchants. You'll find a list of merchants in today's paper. This year we are "providing a BEAR HUG to children in need." We are asking for throw blankets, and or stuffed animals (new please). All items will then be given to Lassen Family Services, Northeastern Rural Health Clinics, Banner Lassen Hospital and Honey Lake Hospice. They will use them for children in need, whether it be:a family crisis, acci- dent, or something else that has upset. You can donate items next week to any of the participating mer- chants. You will find free hors d'oeuvres at all of the busi- nesses on Friday, May 4. Be sure and sign up to win part of the $700 shopping spree. It's sure to be a week of fun, not to mention all of the great deals you'll fmd in the stores. , Estate Planning Wills, Trusts & Probate ,Bankruptcy Real Estate/Business FamilyLaw Foreclosures I 75 S. Gay Street. Susanville Working in Harmony, with People and Places Odette Swift Cmu'acts & Negotiations Moalea Wright Escrow Processing OF Luanne Fickett Pmpeny Information Specialist PURPLE MOUNTAINS MAJESTY above the fruited plains, this 1.08 acres of vacant land in the mountains gives a majestic view of the valley below. Paved road, year round access and power. Janesville. REALTY 257-7727 Fax 257-5660 2301 Main Street Susanville | LASSEN LAND & HOMES | Imlependemb' Owned and Operated realestate@ For decades, Edward Jones ,has been committed to providingpersonalized investment service to individuals. From our office here in Susanville, you can rely on: | mmnlenee Face-to-face meetings, when and where you're available. n ttm Technology that gives you instant access on your account and other investments. to information m Pommal mwl "Investment ! idan 'for your personal needs. -- Call or d0op M rode. Braek Green 1740 Main St. Ste. B Susanville. CA 96130 (530) 257-0470 Carla Parsons 35 N. G~y St SusaaviJle, CA 96130 (530) 257-2777 $1PC Contact Your Advertising Consultant Laura Tew - ltew@ Jenni Goforth - Betsy Bingham - is in the Lair and it!s a super time to save for a a sunny day. Open a Super Spring Certificate of Deposit account at nk and help your savings soarl A minimum deposit of $10,000 and a checking account with a minimum of $1,000 are required to take advantage of this super earning opportunity. To open your Super Spring CD stop by your local Plumas Bank office or call 1-888-3PLUMAS for details. Annual Pwmntage Yhdd ~J~{} effe~ve 3/!9/07. To earn stated" APY,' u minimum deposit of $10,000 is required end 1he customer mu~ have or open o d'mckJng occounf wlth o minimum of $1,000. ~ assumes principol end interest remain on depmlt at Ihe rome rote for 5 mon~. Upon m~udty, the 5-monthCerliEa~ of DelX~ ,viii roll into o regular 6.nwnth CD rathe premirmg rate. Early wi lrowols subiect to penal. Offer valid d roueh 6/t 5/07. Member FDIC, "Locai p opl serving local ne. ds" J