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2A Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012 Feather River Bulletin Christmas deliveT y In keeping with the Quincy service club's annual custom, Rotarians Dave Adrian, Gerry Hendrick and his wife, Carrie, Steve King, Toni Thomas and Mike Flanigan delivered Christmas meals and lots of holiday cheer to several homebound senior citizens in the Quincy area Friday, Dec. 23. Safeway once again provided the meals 1 20 traditional turkey dinners with all the trimmings I to be sent to individuals identified by the Senior Nutrition program. Photo by Mike Taborski Bucket list East Quincy resident Gordon Glain realizes one of his lifelong ambitions by jumping out of a perfectly good airplane in September. Glain, 82, had done some flying and always wanted to do a jump. He said he finally got up the energy and went to a place near Rocklin. Next on his list is scuba diving I when he can find a location for lessons. Photo courtesy Karen Barker Football on 3 Screens! $2 Beers & $2 during Monday, Thursday and Sunday Games THE GRILLE www.chaletviewlodge.com Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter for info on more specialsl 530-832-5528 On Hwy 70 between Portola and Graeagle headache-flee health plans Ease your budget worries with BIue Shield's new low-cost plans. Ask Lad, the expert. Let me help you find the right plan to meet your needs and your budget. Call me today at (530) 283-2341! feathefg financial -- . I Tax and Insurance Sorce$ Three time cribbage winner blue V. of california Blue Shlold ol Calllm  & Health Insurance Company Mike Taborski Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com Steve Zeigler thinks he proved just how good a crib- bage player he is by winning the tloliday Cribbage Classic doubles tournament for the third consecutive year, elimi- nating the idea bantered about that he is "just lucky when it comes to playing cards," after winning his sec- ond consecutive title last year. Truth be known, credit for his success each year goes to the talented partners he's had each time -- selected through the luck of random pairings. This year it was Art Hinton's Mountain Physical Therapy GRAND OPENING Joaquin A. (Butch) Vargas r MrC MS Offering: Industrial Physical Therapy Sports Physical Therapy General Rehabilitation Manual Therapy Outpatient Orthopedics 39 Years Experience! ,, Call for an appointment today!  Mon-Tue-Thur 8am-5pm 283-2291 . .  20 Crescent St., Quincy turn to carry Zeigler to the championship as the two best- ed a field of 24 players. But at least this year, crib partners Jim Hedin and Norm McQuarry took the title down to the wire as both teams posted just one loss each in nine games played. However, when it came down to determining the win- ners using the tiebreaker for- mula, Zeigler and Hinton had the slight edge in total points over Hedin and McQuarry. The winners pocketed $95 each and the runners-up won back their $20 entry fee. On the losing end, Chuck Leonhardt and Dana Green were in a class all to them- selves winning a pitiful two games all afternoon. For that very ignominious effort, the two losers get the unwelcomed task of organiz- ing next year's tournament. The Wednesday, Dec. 28, tournament was held at Main Street Sports Bar with a steak sandwich lunch prepared by last year's losers: Cobey Brown and Jon Kennedy. This tournament is rich with history and tradition and, as you might have guessed, is mostly about the bragging rights. Two players, Andy Anderson and Hedin, who have played in every con- test since its inception and are still pegging away, believe this annual event began near- ly 50 years ago. First 5 commissioners wanz00 d With the passage of the Cal- ifornia Children and Families Act (Proposition 10) a tax is imposed on tobacco products in order to develop, support and improve early childhood development from the prena- tal stage through age 5. First 5 Plumas County Chil- dren and Families Commis- sion is recruiting three addi- tional commissioners to gov- ern the development of a strategic plan and to deter- mine which programs, ser- vices and projects should be Lorl Morrell Lamas Feather Financial (530) 283-2341 20A Crescent Street Across from Morning Thunder Quincy, CA 95971 taxandinsurance@aokcom www.feotherfinancial.com Health plans and insurance California license no. 0b06912 @ 2008 Blue Shield of California, an Independenl Licensee of the Blue Shield Association 19043 (4/08) 190431 0408 Some things we all have in common. There's nobody like me to protect the things we all value. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.* CALL M E TODAY. Richard IL Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530)283-5143 www.richardstockton.us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE 00StateFarm funded from the Humas Coun- ty Proposition 10 revenue. First 5 Plumas receives ap- proximately $350,000 annually from Proposition 10 revenues. The commission needs the following representation: --Geographic coverage from Lake Almanor Basin, In- dian Valley arid Porto- la/Eastern Plumas County. --Primary caregivers of children, including parents, grandparents and parents/ caregivers of children with special needs/disabilities. Interested individuals may obtain an information packet at the commission's office (front desk) at the Plumas County Public Health Agency, 270 Hospital Road, Suite 206, Quincy, CA 95971, by calling Ellen Vieira at 394- 7016, or on the commission's website at first5plumas.com. Commissioners serve two- year terms on a vol.untary ba- sis. In order for parents to serve as commissioners, re- imbursements for gas and child care are available. Pastor Fred Kerr and his wife, Barbara, happily attend their daughter Ashley's graduation from Oklahoma Baptist Univer- sity in December, where her major course of study was art. Photo submitted NEWSMAKER Ashley Kerr, daughter of Pastor Fred and Barbara Kerr, of Greenville, graduat- ed from Oklahoma Baptist University in December. Kerr and 41 other graduates were urged to "share, love and teach" and were charged to serve God with dedication as they step into their vocations. Kerr graduated from Greenville High School in 2007 and Feather River Col- lege in 2009. Art was her major cotr8 of study, and sheike t{J pur- sue a career iO'edding de, sign and planning. She was home in Greenville for the holidays and will re- turn to Oklahoma to live. Speakers during the winter commencement in the univer- sity John Wesley Raley Chapel were Dr. Todd Fisher, senior pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Shawnee, who based his address on Acts 28:30- 31. Also speaking was the uni- versity president, Dr. David W. Whitlock. Feliz00o Nuevo May the NewYear bring peace and happiness to your doorstep! It's been a pleasure serving you this past year! 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