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4A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Couple to wed Jennifer Welser and Bryce Alves plan a San Diego beach wedding in July. Photo courtesy of Pete Larson Photography Michael and Vreni Welser of Quincy are proud to announce the engage- ment of their daughter Jennifer Welser to Bryce Alves of Del Mar. Jennifer is a 1999 Quincy High School graduate and a Feather River College alumna. She received her Ph.D in cellular and molecular pharmacology and physiol- ogy from University of Nevada-Reno in 2007, and is currently working as a research associate at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. Bryce is 1he son of Kathy Malcomson and Paul Alves of Reno, Nev. He graduated with his Ph.D in immu- nology in 2009, and is a postdoctoral fellow at University of California- San Diego. The couple is planning a San Diego beach wedding in Jffiy 2010. We have a new affordable & licensed handyman service " " " :'2" '  ...... ti Manual & Aquatic Therapy Orthopedic & Sports Injuries NEWSMAKER Bryson P. Taylor graduated from Marine Corps boot camp at MCRD in San Diego Nov. 4. Both he and his best friend, Shawn Fitzgerald- Adams, always dreamed of becoming the best of the best, so they took on the challenge of becoming United States Marines. Taylor was born and raised in Quincy, living with his parents Lorrinda and Richard Taylor, and with his brother, Trevor. Bryson is a Quincy High School graduate of 2009. He 151ayed football and was on the wrestling team, excelling in both throughout his four years in high school. During boot camp Taylor successfully completed a 12-week training course at MCRD; he had to master skills in: drill, PT, confidence courses, combat water sur- vival, marksmanship train- ing, field training and, the most painstaking of them all, the Crucible. The Crucible is a test every recruit must go through to become a Marine; it takes place over 54 hours, includes food and sleep deprivation and more than 45 miles of marching. It is by far the most challenging test any branch of military can offer. Not only are Marines known for their physical ability, but their mental abili- ties as well. During boot camp recruits have to memo- rize: U.S. Marine Corps Ranks, 11 General Orders, USMC Core Values, Code of Conduct and the character- istics of the M16A4 Rifle. Taylor did not go through boot camp alone; back home his friends, family and girl- friend were there for him every step of the way. During the long 12 weeks, the only communication between each other was through letters. His girlfriend, Chyanne Galloway, wrote 105 letters over three months, showing her devotion and support to him while he was away. Taylor is currently going through the School of Infantry. There he will be taught infantry skill and how to use many different kinds of weapons; he will be there for eight weeks. From there he will transfer to Norfolk, Va., where he will begin his job in security forces and learn about anti-terrorism and how to provide physical security for the Corps. Later, he will be stationed somewhere in the U.S. and wait to be deployed. Bryson P. 'Taylor Help available for wildlife habitat Landowners interested in the Wildlife Habitat Incen- tives Program have until Jan 15, to apply for 2010 funding consideration. While application for this program is continuous, fund- ing selections are only made once or twice a year. Al- though additional funding may be available later in the year, producers who apply by landowners and agriculture producers increase the diver- sity and habitat of wildlife and endangered species in California. Last year, the Natural Resources Conservation Ser- vice had 67 contracts for habitat establishment on 36,000 acres. "We were top in the nation for hedgerow establishment by construct-  Call: Post-surgical Rehabilitation 00BEATTY Sciatica Program -------- =.c , -- PHYSICAL THERAPY General Building Contractor Kory Felker, MPT Calif. Lic. #453927 78 Central AVe., Quincy (530) 283-2035 283-2202 The Questionable Descendants0f the Riglt Honorable 1867 Alturas - q II ''   II "Snwshe" Club SUMMON all able riders t the first f YEAR 2010 "-'1 o., o.00,ldilZ00 II HISTORIC [I LONGBOARD REVIVAL "00Y)i I PLSNEW 1-_ 1860,s Style, 10, 16 CWooden Sk, Race! - " ! .. .... :C.::...,..:-" :. :\\;:'-'y .... Postal Service: USPS (No. 188-550.) Periodicals poatege paid at Quincy, CA. Published: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing Co., Inc. Office Location and hours: 287 Lawrence St., Quincy, CA 95971. Mailing address: P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971. Office is open Mort. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. How to contact us: All departments: (530) 283-0800. FAX: (530) 283-3952. E-Mail mail@ Web Page Ownership and fiedtage: The Bulletin was established Aug. 11, 1866, as the Plumas National (later changed to Plumas National Bulletin, May 16, 1892) subse- quently changed to its present name May 7, 1931, which merged with the Plumas Independent (1892-1945) on June 7, 1945. Published weekly. It is part of the Feather Publishing family of newspapers serving Plumas and Lassen counties. Deadlines: Display Adverlising: Thursday 4 p.m. Display Classified: Thursday, 3 p.m. Classified: Monday 9 a.m. News: Fddays, 3 p.m. Legals: Thursday 4 p.m. Breaking news: Anytime! To Subscribe: Call (530) 283-0800 or come to the Bulletin office, or use the handy coupon below, or send e-mail to Adjudication: The Feather River Bulletin is adjudicated a legal newspaper by Superior Court Decree No. 4644 (1953) and qualified for publication of matters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Poshnastan Send change of address orders to the Feather River Bulletin, P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971. "The hedgerows are creating pollinator habitat for our 1,500 native pollinator species." NRCS has $534,500 of finan- cial assistance available for WHIP, and can offer up to 75 percent cost share to imple- ment wildlife conservation practices on private land. WHIP is a voluntary, incen- tive-based Farm Bill pro- Jan 15, will receive first ing over 57 miles of new gram. To sign up, visit alocal priority for project selection, hedgerows," said State NRCS office o : U;DA ",e rvio WHIP helps private Conservationist Ed Burton. Center. )riving direclion: NRCS office or USDA Service Center. Driving directions For Rules & Regulations, go to For information, call Visitors Bureau 800-326-2247 or 283-6345. ._ 00//F00rmr00ir000000mr r r. .m00rt0000r r'tff00mrrmrWrmhrrttr l .0000rri. 00mro -% Sunday, January 17 Anyone 18 or older can race. Prizes, Unique Merrirnent.r---00 Fun starts at 9:30am, and races start at noon. .: And don't miss the annum "REDSTREAKf SNOWBALL" on Saturday, January 23rd @ tongboards Bar and Grill! 8 CHANNELS iO CHANNEL FOR 3 MONTHS {with Agent) and contact information for the service centers are available on the website: The WHIP program is a competitive conservation program re-authorized in the 2008 Farm Bill. All program applicants must submit project proposals, which are ranked according to environ- mental benefits to wildlife. The ranking criteria as well as eligibility and appli- cation procedures are avail- able at programs or by contacting a local county NRCS office. CORRECTION Kathy John-Beatty 98 I I I Michael C. Taborski Co-0wner/Publisher Ked Taborski Sherfi McConnell Co-Owner/Legal Advertising Display Advertising Manager Kevin Mallory Cobey Brown Asst. Vice PresJAdmin. Asst. Vice Pres./Operations Delaine Fragnoli Tom Fomey Managing Editor Production Manager Linda Randall Elise Monroe Photo Editor Bookkeeper Mary Newhouse Eva Small Classified, Circ. Manager Composing Manager Sandy Condon Human Resources Dir. Office Manager Subscriptimt Ordor Fenn Feather River Bulletin I P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971 Please enter my subscdption for __ years. I Enclosed find my check for $ I o In County $26 per year [j Out of State $44 per year , [ In California $37 per ye I Name i i i i Addreu i I City, State, Zip I Subscriptions can be bansfenea, but not refunded. L i i n,mi limB iiI J Our apologies to Kathy John-Beatty, whose name we left off the list of directors for the Quincy, Chamber of Commerce. John-Beatty, of Plumas Bank, is a second- term director for the chamber. decl Imrana'nlng reqlre.s an addl dish aa. Se your Ret for dMsdg. 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