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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007 1 HAUNTED HOUSES Remember while you're trick-or-treating uptown on Halloween be sure and check out the haunted houses at Mt. Lassen Properties and US Bank. The staffs at both locations go out of their way to make it fun and exciting every year. JACK-O-LANTERN PIZZA Halloween can be a crazy day Who are we kidding, it is a crazy day Papa Murphy's hopes to help people out this year with their all-new Jack-O-Lantern pizza. You have to check out what they use for the eyes, pumpkin stem and smile. NEW LOOK THIS FALL Have you looked around your house lately only to find that you have had the same things in the same place for a long time? With Staging & Redesign by Naomi (Turner), can help you make rooms appear bigger than they are, or maybe you want a room to be cozier? If you're thinking of selling your home, now is the time to contact Naomi to give your house that perfectly arranged look. Give her a call 310-3496. SERVING UP HEALTHIER BEEF Brian Rose at Rose's Caf6 tells says they are serving premi- um dry aged beef, produced locally in Susanviile by the Five Dot Ranch. "Many of our customers are health conscious individu- als so we are serving beef that does not contain any antibiotics or added hormones. In fact the Five Dot Ranch can trace every animal they own and can guarantee they are born, raised and finished in California" according to Rose. "Being able to revise our menu to feature quality grown meats and produce is just one of the many benefits of operating our family owned restau. rant" he adds. HOME BUSINESS EXPO If you've been thinking of earning some extra cash, then con- sider attending the Home Business Expo on Nov. 10 at the National Guard Armory. Sponsored by the Susanville Mothers Club, the event will feature more than 20 in home-based busi- nesses. You can shop the various booths and pick up .gifts for the holiday, book a party or ask about their business opportunities. For more information about attending or being an exhibitor, see their ad in this week's paper. SS and Lassen Auto Body now open Ray Rice and his son Kelton, co-owners of Lassen Auto: Body, are now open and ready for your business. They have more than 35 years experience in the body repair work and specialize in body repair, frame work, auto painting, custom: pin striping and airbrushing. All insurances is welcome. They plan on detailing vehicles soon as well. Stop by today at 755 Alexander Ave, next to D&L Distributing or call 257- 2882. Rural alth clinic hosts next Mixer The staff at Northeastern Rural Health Clinic and Susanville Family Pharmacy invite the community to stop by from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, as they team up to co-host a Chamber mixer. This is an excellent oppor- Swift BEAUTIFUL HOMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS Jan Breedlove, Decorating Consultant for Home Interiors : says the new fail holiday catalogs are in. "Many people like to create a warm, inviting atmosphere in their homes during the - holidays, and we've got lots of great ideas for yourseff and for gift giving". If you'd like to host a Home Interiors party but you're too busy to get your house in order, don't worry. Breedlove says she is happy to host. .your- party ather home "Hostess just need to bring six friends and a plate of cookies and services available at both the I will do the rest. Plus I have a specialty shopping room set up, pharmacy and the health clin- and theme parties are no problem." To find out more or book a ic while mingling with party you can contact her at 251-8164. friends and business associ- ates. HOLIDAY BANQUETS AT THE BLACK ROCK TAVERN The mixer will be held in Robert and Tiffany Berg owners of the Black Rock Tavern the Northeastern Rural are accepting reservations for holiday parties. "We can host Health Clinic, 1850 Spring small to large groups and offer a variety of menu options," Berg Ridge Drive, Susanville/next adds, "ff you don't have a home large enough to host all your to Banner Lassen Medical family and friends, that's no problem, just arrange your gather- Center. You do not need to be ing at our place." For booking availability contact the Black a Chamber member to attend; Rock Tavern to reserve your date today, everyone is welcomed and we encourage you to bring a IS YOUR SPACE LIMITED? friend. Is there no office space for your record storage? Have boxes of The Chamber mixer calen- old files been piling up? Manager, Shirl Mannel of Skyline Self dar is filled with scheduled Storage says, "We can help solve you record storage needs." mixers through 2008. Mark "We understand the challenge of meeting government require- your calendar with the dates ments to retain business documents and to be able to produce of the last few mixers for the them if necessary" Call Shirl for more information. 2007 year scheduled for Nov. 15, to be co-hosted by Every COVENTRY GARDENS IS OPEN Bloomin' Thing and Port of Owners, Rob and Linda Hart of Coventry Gardens an Subs, the Dec. 6, mixer will be English Tea Room want their customers to know they are back hosted by Milwood Florist, open! Linda's recovery from her back surgery is coming along and the last mixer of the 2007 nicely. Rob has been nursing Linda back to good health!! will be hosted by Plumas Bank, Susanville, on Dec. 13. 2008 CALENDARS HAVE ARRIVED The Chamber office has Wende Brewer, owner, of Country Victorian Charm in returned tofall/winterhours; Historic Uptown Susanville says they just received a large vari. the office is open Monday ety of 2008 calendars. The selection includes Lang, Thbmas thru Friday, 9 a.m, to 4 p.m. Kincaid, Gooseberry and more. Stop in to keep up to "date" and We can be reached at 257-4323 check out the new gift items coming in daily or check us out on the web at FOR QUILTERS & SEWERS lassenc untychamber' rg" The Chamber staff has had The ladies who owned Ewe Quilt 'N' Such are having a get together at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov, 3 at Lassen Manor on Mesa a very busy summer season Street. This is just a chance for ladies who want to quilt, sew, and many Chamber member learn how to do either, and just have fun. It will be in rec room materials, business cards and three. Mona Walters also says they will take quilts for quilting brochures have been deplet- ed. Be sure that the Chamber too. has an adequate supply of your business cards and brochures on hand so that we can help promote your busi- ness throughout the year. i';dwardlones JOHNSON'S PRINTING CLOSING Doug & Monica Beer, owners of Johnson's Printing are clos- ing their business after this Wednesday The Beers are moving to Quincy In fact Doug with be working for our Quincy office; Feather Publishing. As a result, our office in Quincy will have all of Johnson's Printing files. You can still call their number (257-9511) or our Lassen County Times office in Susanville at 257-5321. We offer pick up and delivery of your printing needs. Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts & Probate Bankruptcy Real Estate/Business Family Law Foreclosures CHAMBER UPDATE Patti Ha'gata Executive Director This is a free marketing ser- vice available to all Chamber members. Throughout the yea( our tunity to checkout an averageof. 40 tburism and relocation packets per week. If your business would benefit bY advertising in these packets call us. We will insert your flyer or brochure into these packets, your cost to take part in this type of promotion is $250 per year. This is very worthwhile for the Chamber as well as the advertiser. Through these : packets po[ential tourists and relocators are seeing what Lassen County has to offer; what a great way to promote your product or service! Coming soon If you would like to advertise in this special event, call us today! 257-5321 HAVING MORE RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS AS Many investors won't put aH their retirement savings ata si,gle broker because they believe it's far t~,risk~,~. Actually, ther~ may bem-or.~ risk iff h~vihgmilltil~le'~a~c6Uhfs. Witlid~ a" " single focus, it canbe difficult to keep track of your inve~nents and to see if you're properly diversified. At the very least, multiple . accounts usually means multiple fees. Bringing your accounts to Edward Jones could help solve all that Plus, one statement makes it easier to see if you're moving toward your goals. - "- *,Diversifica n.does not guarantee a profit, nor does it otect against 10ss. To learn why consolidating your retirement account~ to Edward Jon~ makes sense, call your local financial advisor today. mm. mnlJ0nes.c0m Member $IPC Br~kemm Ca.ta Parm~ 1740 Main Seeet'Suite B 3S~1 Gay St $usanville, CA %130 Susanville, CA %130 530-257-0470 530.257-2777 Align. your assets with your goals *:. Retire comfortably Understand yourcash flow and net worth .~ Fund your children's education Build and protect yourlegacy ~ Manage your taxes .~ Protect your family's lifestyle For a no cost, personal Financial Review cell ~-$0 1.M,~: : or visit your local Plumas Bank office to set up an appointment today. BANK '?l.ocal pea:ple serving iacal needs"