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2C Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2001 Bulletin, Progri! m The Central Plumas The league is scheduled to Recreation and Park District run through the months of has announced that in: 2001, Jan., Feb. and the first two an adult volleyball league will weeks of M rch. Registrations begin on Friday and Saturday, will continue to be accepted Jan. 56 at the Jesus Christ of through the Friday and Latter-Day Saints gym in Saturday game time, on the Quincy. The coed league, now evenings of Jan. 19-20. in its sixth season, is open to "There is plenty of space adults of all ages and levels of available for both new and ability, returning teams, as well as To ensure compatible play, individual players in both the league is divided into two divisions. It's really a great divisions. The more competi- opportunity for folks to get out tive Lightning Division plays of the house, get a little exer- on Saturday afternoons from cise, and have a lot of fun with 4-5:30 p.m., and will feature a friends during those cold and fast moving, four-on-four dark months of winter," said style of play. Those interested Recreation and Park District in a more recreational Administrator Jim Boland. six-on-six brand of play can For more information about participate on Friday evenings the adult volleyball league, in the Thunder Division from contact the Recreation and 6-7:30 p.m. Park District office at 283-3278. On Monday, Jan. 1, the final wave of state park admission fee reductions will take effect. They include the reduction of camping fees and elimina- tion of most camping premium fees, the reduction of day use fees in remaining state parks (urban beaches and reser- voirs), and the elimination of boat launching fees. Also, the Limited Use Gold Bear Pass for seniors has been reduced from $20 to $10. "This is an unprecedented fee reduction--something "that has not happened in western states in more than a decade," said State Parks Director Rusty Areias. "Californians and visitors to our great state are enjoying reduced fees at some of the best parks and his- toric sites in the nation." Governor Gray Davis and Director Areias first unveiled the proposal to cut state park day use and admission fees in half May 1, 2000. In July 2000, fees were reduced for muse- ums, historic sites, and the day use at 100 state parks. In August, fees were reduced at Hearst Castle The across-the-board fee reductions make state parks more affordable for working families, schools, groups, asso- ciations and clubs. Reduced fees will make many state parks a more convenient and affordable location for shorter visits, picnics, as well as longer visits for such things as camping, boating or other recreation Details are available on the California State Parks website a t For more information and local state park stories, please contact Roy Steams at (916) 654-7538. ....... ~: , ::..~: O *4" Chris Thompson gets a rebound for Feather River College Saturday, Eagles lost their first league contest to Lassen College, 75-71. Jan. 13. Despite a great preseason, 6"v O~ ~r .) Yellow, 4x4, 5 speed, NC, tilt, cruise, P/W/L, P/S, CD, #[:)97554. ),~ 4 door, white, FWD, i 5 speed, A/C, tilt, cruise, P/VV/L, P/S, CD, t *" 0 d / .4~t :'~" i . F~ "2.a3. z. . "O1 mXPLORmR SPORT TRAC "O1 FORD F-|ISO II1 Tan, 4x4, auto., V-6, White, 4x4, auto., A/C, NC, tilt, cruise, P/VV/L, tilt, cruise, PNV/L, P/S, P/S, CD, #A85612. CD, tow pkg. #A79450. 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