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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, Nov, 6 2007 / / SS and FOR SALVE& MQRE JILl ATKINSON Advertising Manager jatkinson@lassennews,com BUSINESS SCENE MAGNIFICENT MODEL HOMES Nobody wants to give their hard earned money to the utility companies, so Stone Co Construction has built three beauti- ful, energy efficient Smart Built Homes in the Overlook Community. Smart Built Homes are up to 30 percent more energy efficient than standard homes. Plus they come with passive solar; energy efficient appliances and R21 wall insula- tion just to name a few of the standard features. If you would like to view these model homes they are open seven days a week on Overlook Drive. For dates and viewing times see their ad in the week's paper. CONGRATULATIONS Kookies by Katy owner Katy Olsen is proud to announce her own Kookie Ell Ashley Simms is the proud mother of Juliet Morgan. She was born Oct. 18 and weighed in at 6 lb. 2 oz. We welcome our newest Kookie Elf! ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION E1 Tepeyac Grille tells us they are celebrating their second anniversary this month. "We are very pleased to have expanded our restaurant ser- vices to include fine dining at Lassen Steaks and Josefinas Mexican "To Go" according to Esther Faustino. "We have enjoyed serving the many customers who have supported us since our opening, and we'll be having lunch and dinner specials all month long as our way of'saying thank you" she adds. ATTENTION KIDS Have you thought about your wish list for Santa yet? This year, you don't have to send your letters all the way to the North Pole; Instead, send them to us at the newspaper. We will publish them in our special Letters to Santa section on Dec. 18, and forward them to Santa. Don't forget to include your name and age. All letters and art should be in black ink or pencil on white paper. Send them to the Lassen County Times, 100 Grand Ave. Susanville, Ca 96130. VON BRANDT AT CLIP AND DALES Amanda Yerington, owner of Clip & Dales has a new face in her shop. Through the high school work ability program, she has a helper from 1-2 p.m. every afternoon. Robin Von Brandt is getting some great work experience, and Amanda is getting some extra help. This is a great program for ever: one involved. ATTENTION VENDORS Mark your calendars for Saturda Dee. 1, The Lassen Cduflt~ Clrd~Rbgi" of Commerce is.gettir eady for thethird annual Magical Country Christmas. This year's festivities include a holiday parade with Santa's arrival, followed by the lighting of the Christmas tree and a fireworks display. There will be lots of entertainment by some local talent. There will also be food vendors lining the street, and some of the Uptown restaurants will be staying open late that day. Primo Dell and Kookies by Katy will be open and serving late. ff you or your organization is interested in having a booth for the festival, call me (Jill Atkinson) at 257-5321. CROAKIES ANYONE? The Bike Station would like everyone to know they now stock Croakies eyewear retainers. These are the strap-like retainers that keep your glasses on or leashed around your neck. They're available in cotton, nylon, or neoprene. Owner Jeff Warren tells us he's had several requests for these over the years and has finally gotten off his duff to get them in. THEY'VE MOVED Kari Moore, owner of Susanville Property Management moved her business to 44 N. Lassen Street in uptown Susanville. Debra Russell of Russell Property Management recently merged with Karl Stop in and see them for all your rentals and management needs. CHEER EXHIBITION The Junior Varsity Youth Cheer Squad (ages 10/11) will be traveling to Las Vegas over the Thanksgiving Holiday. The girls will be performing a cheer exhibition On Thursday, Nov. 8 at Lassen College to help them raise money to pay their expenses for their trip. According to Heather Ford, it will be in the gym at the college with doors opening at 6:30 p.m, and the show starts at 7 p.m. TIME SAVING SOLUTIONS The holidays are coming and if you're like most people, there just doesn't seem to be enough time in the day to get all those errands done. That's why Darrell Mac Chamber has started Quick Dash Delivery. "Delivering meals, grocery shopping, running errands and more are just a few of the services that I provide my clients" Mac Chamber adds. So if you're unable to get out of the house and handle those errands or you'd just like someone to bring cookies and coffee to your next office party contact Quick Dash Delivery at and your time shortage problems will be solved. WINTER HOURS Shirl Mannel, manager of Skyline Storage wants her cus- tomers to know that the Gentry Lane location now has their winters hours in effect. The new hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. o Estate Planning Wills Trusts & Probate , Bankruptcy Real Estate/Business o Family Law,Foreclosures 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street, Susanville ' Odette Swift Contract Negotiation~Broker In Moniea Wright Time For oc ssmg The Holidays This spacious home is ready to welcome your guests with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, family room; nursery/computer room; and a two-sided fireplace! Located on 4 acres in the trees. This house has everything bm Luanne Fiekett ~ to make it a home. Janesville "~ Specialist TI~ ' ~ ~p~ ~,~,lm~ RFAI TY 25/-//z./ ~&~ - ~L t!L l ~l Fax 257-5660 Y/tO D I 23o I Main Street ~L~E~@ ~ V ~ 1%.l.-,Jl-.~ Susanville [~ASSENLANb&HOM~ Independem/r Owned and Operatedrealestate@ Can you hear me now? DREAMING UP THEIDEAL Pictured above inside the new 4G Wireless Verizon store in Uptown rusanville is store manager Katana Barton and sales associate Brad Huff. The store is open seven days a week and carries all the latest phones and accessories. IS YOUR JOB. HELPING YOU GEl" THERE IS OURS. They now accept payments at this location and are avail- It's simple, really. How well you retire depends on how well able to answer all of your product and service questions. you prepare today. Whether retirement is down the road or just around the corner, if you're working toward your goals Chamber board meets now, the better off you'll be: Preparing for retirement means taking a long-term ursda), Nov. 1 ' perspective Werec mlnendbu ngqualityinw=stments Th and holding them because we believe that's the soundest way we can help you work toward your goals. The Board of Directors will . I, r At Edward Jonea, we spend time geL.ring to know your . meet at noon- on Thursday [HAMI EP, . tz.I PDA E r'etlrem nt gb/dg so w e= dffli6 li 'f0: u >th#m. : Nov. 8 for the monthly board Patti Hagata learn more about why Edward Jones.makes sense for Mountainmeeting' atcasinothe DiamondWillow fixecutive Director. you, call or visit your local financial advisor today. Room. The board encourages lowing the fireworks display public attendance and corn- at:the Elks Lodge. Many other merit. If you would like to events willbeheld including address the board contact the a Toys For Tots drive, local office staff prior to the board musical and dance perfor- meeting so that you can be mances. added to the agenda. Items The Lassen County Arts BrackGmen CarlaPamo -- 1740 Main Street Suite B 35 N Gay St that will be discussedinclude Council will hold their Susan~ille, CA 96130 Susanville~ CA 96130 a report from the billboard "Chocolate Festival" from 3 to 530-257-0470 530-257-2777 refurbishment committee, 8 p.m. at the Susanville Ford .od new Chamber logo, expiring building. Mark your calendar board member term s, annual and make plans to bring the Edward Jones dinner committee report, as whole family out to attend well as routine business this celebration. items. California employers and businesses are required to post updated employment posters at each place of busi- ness. The penalty for not post- ing is a steep fine of $/7,000. Each year the Chamber orders a supply of posters that features both federal and state labor law on one poster and makes them available at our Cost of $25 per poster to chamber members and g35 to non-members. The poster contains the 16 mandatory notices that must be posted at Align your assets with your gods **% Retire comfortably each work place. We have run out of posters each year and Understand your cash flow and net wo#h Fundyour children's education have decided to take pre- Build d pro yo q yo ills life tyle orders so that we can supply " an ted ur bga 4* Manage your taxes ,l* Protect ur faro s all businesses that are inter- ested. The 2008 an-in-one California /nd Federal Labor Law posters will arrive by Jan. 1. Contact the Chamber office at 2574323 if you would like to have one. The 3rd Annual Magical :. Country Christmas is planned from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. I in Historic Uptown Susanville, Main Street will be closed to through traffic from Weatherlow Street to the top of Main Street so that the community can enjoy the planned activities. Merchants will be open late for shoppers and many businesses will lea- ture. special promotions in honor of the celebratiorL The Christmas committee has added two new exciting fea- tures to this years event: a Christmas parade "Santa Grand Entrance" and fire- ' For a no cost, personal Financial Review cal1800.809.$444 " works! or visit your local Plums Bank office to set up an appointment today. The tree lighting will take place at6 p.m. at the top of I /i illh Main Street and Santa will FLUi 1J O - - arrive by fire truck to help BANK "" """ "' light the tree and will meet ' "Localpeopleservinglocalneeds" ~i~j~a:~Sl~,Oa~ and greet with children Col-