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b News WednesdayT Jan, 17, 2001 9A 1 1 1 1 ea on, an award-win- musician and iZer, brings his special and stories to (outhern Baptist ]tuesday, Jan. 23. is well known upper midwest and iIt for his vocal and tal skills with gui- and fiddle. album for children, rple tree trunks,' nts' Choice Silver axd. 1 performs in schools oto hes, and those who Jack Pearson, an award- remember his engag- winning musician and story- teller, brings his banjo, gui- banjo and guitar tar, fiddle and amplified toy llhave toes tapping box lid to Greenville for one ffSmging along in no performance the evening of ohaS it that he has Tuesday, Jan. 23. ised to bring his-- Y box lid? The church is located at 241, a's performance Greenville Wolf Creek Road, P.m. Admission is formerly known as Setzer . UUgh there will be a Fe iag,, to help defray Road. For more information, call Pastor Fred Kerr at 284-7522. 1 store patrons depositing of I years. A very surprised Bruce Williams listened as Yvonne Casalnuovo reads a glowing tribute on fellow teachers at Quincy Elementary School. The staff from Quincy Elementary showed up board meeting Tuesday, Jan. 9, to honor their principal for his 10 years of service. 1 Gamma Iota members of Beta Sigma Phi began meet- ings for 2001 on a rainy Jan. 9 evening at the home of mem- ber Joanne Kibbee. 1 Following Sanderson's pre- sentation, members of Gamma Iota voted to make a donation to the JAMERS program. Those attending the meeting Hospital in Chico because a Redding flight care company had been contacted, and not the nearest helicopter in Susanville. iLake Almanor West receipts in boxes at the market Welcoming guest speaker Sanderson told the group included: Linda Busselen, r Firefighter's exits. Holiday then collects Pare Sanderson the members that, by the time Jamie June Biggs, Bettie Cobb, and counts the receipts, and learned of her newly organized reached Enloe, his organs had Marcia Detrick, Judy non is now $353.69 writes out a check for a per- program called JAMERS gone without blood long Eisenman, Jacqui Harris, buying a welded alu-centage of the total. (Joint Association for enough that they weren't even Joanne Kibbee, Joy Klein, Rita boat capable of fire "I want to make the commu- Monitoring Emergency lon, rescue and med- fit to donate. nity aware of the receipt pro- Marshall, Mary Ann Mathes gram, Holiday manager Doug Response Services), a nonpr E- As a response to the tragedy, and Barbara Norman. lay Market helped raise Duggins said, because the it organization formed in mere- Sanderson said she launchedOn a lighter note, President }ey by donating a per- community decides how much ory of her son, Jamie the JAMERS program to moni.Linda Busselen announced the of receipts collectedthe store will donate. Sanderson. tot emergency responses in the h'Ons The receipt program has Relating the story, state, to help make sure the ! tall order with a tall been in action for two months, Sanderson told the group that incident is not repeated. 18,000 to be exact, but but the fire department's she watched as her 17:b ear-old son, a student at Chest.r High to the support of com- fundraising efforts began last School, lay dying at the side }Jr Y businesses such as April. and other fundraising "We hope to be completed by the Almanor West Firesummer," Chief Joe Fording ent has brought in said. "Then the boat will ser- $22,000. vice all of Lake Almanor, in to receive $1,500 conjunction with the boat day. operated by the Peninsula Fire Program depends on Department." RoundT lePizza t UMAs PINES SHOPPING CENTER 283-2320 ROP "Cooking on the Lake" Camp Prattville and Sierra Counties Regional : Pational Program (ROP) is offering a 10 .k class beginning on January 29, 2001 ending April 5, 2001. The class will meet