By Gary Meyer
“We are surrounded by Lutherans, Pentecostals, Jehovah’s Witnesses…this cannot be in our town!” Frazier Park resident Linda Mortenson said when she called the newspaper office on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 31.
“It can’t happen here!” she said emphatically.
Mortenson was referring to the new China Red House Massage sign across the street from the Pilot Flying J truck stop.
She asked whether the newspaper was aware that the business had set up shop. She wanted to know if we were going to…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Left: Owner of China Red House Massage Daihong Li (in striped shirt) with clients (l-r) Emergency Room Nurse Terri Bobbitt, her son Conner and her husband Jay Bobbitt, who all enjoyed massages as a family on Sunday at the new facility in Lebec. Right: China Red House Massage has been open in Lebec for two weeks. Below, right: Li’s Kern County Business License, issued on September 25, 2015.
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