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8A Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 Feather River Bulletin " R River Col COMMUNITY CORNE.. WEEKLY GATHERINGS, MEETINGS AND CLUBS begins prin! l sem Laura Benton Sheehan brought up the issue Thursda , Jan 23 Gopher Hill site Weather oy Scout Troop 151, Mon., games. 10:30a.m., ' Staff Writer of conceded weapons on y o AA, noon, 260 County 283-1145. 6 p.m. Scoutmaster Rob Community Meeting Room, Hospital Road, Courthouse Robinette, 283-0858 for Quincy Library, 445 Jackson campus. Have we thought Annex - Orchard House. AARP, at Mountain View location. St. For information, call the about this?" he asked. Quincy.. 24-hour info'.(877) Manor community room 4th Duplicate Bridge. Every library, 283-6310. With winter break over, President Kevin Trutna 880-3880, Sat., 116 Circle Dn i p.m. New Monday, 6:30 p.m., Resource After-School Kids Club. the Feather River Collegeresponded that it was not part .... "s Su-'-ort Grou", members welcome Call Greg Center, Blairsden, corner of Arts and crafts projects, campus is once again alive of the college's plan to have Womb,. v " hwys 70 and 89. Call Ruth science activities, games,with students traversing to concealed weapons. pl YasEVer Thurs ,Crisis 1Center,2 0 m '591 Margason,info. 283-0686 for more Bright, 836-1454 or Jackie stories, snacks..2nd grade to and from their classes. Initial The emergency operations Lucky, 836-2232 6th (younger children mustattendance records show the draft plan will be reviewed by Main St., Quincy. Call 283- Dinner at the Grange, AA 7p m, Meihodist be accompanied by adult), college on track to meet the the president's cabinet and 5515 Feather River Grange Hall, A1 non, 5'30 m United Quincy, 4th Fridays, 5-9 p m Church, 282 Jackson St., Free. 3-5 p.m. during school state cap of 1,600 full-time academic and classified " " P" "' " " Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) year, Qu.mcy hbr.ary equivalent students, Dean of senates f0r further comments Methodist Church, upstairs Call 283-2782 or 283-2930. 880-388o commumty meenng room, Instruction Derek Lerch and revisions before the final in back. For families & -" 445 Jackson St. 283-6310. reported to the board at its plan is submitted to the board friends of alcoholics. American Valley Jan. 16 meeting, for approval this spring. Boy Scouts Troop 130, 6:30 Saturday, Jan. 25 ..... Toastmasters. Every Wed., A new website is in the p.m., LOS Church, 55 Bellamy NA, noon, 260 County .. mesoay, Jan.:zu 12-1 p.m., Plumas Bank works and should be up and Financial update Ln. Call Dale Stokes, 283-3661. Hospital Road, Courthouse meeung, noon, ZbU r dit Admi " tion C e rostra running by the end of the CFO Jim Scoubes Blue Star Morns, 7 p.m.,Annex- Orchard House. County Hospital Roa _ _ building, 32 Central Ave.,semester, according to presented the district's Masonic Lodge, Harbison Quincy. uourmouse Annex - urcnara ...... Beh .......... Qumuy. t mu omewayo webmaster Mick Presnell. quarterly financial status Street, Quincy. AA, 5 p.m. 260 County House, Quincy. 24-hour info: pnr mnre info .nnta ,t I~thv RRn .......................... Presnell gave a presentation report. He said the Healing and Growing Hospital Road, Courthouse w.- ..... _ . . 283-7618. Open to all persons to the board and outlinedgovernor's proposed budget through Grief Annex - Orchard House. tango, every xuesaay, mr .... ........... interested m developing thmr new f atures that the website for 2014-15 will provide bereavement group. Open Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) resments oi uountry wua . . ...... speaking and leadership will contain, such as enough money to eliminate to anyone struggling with 880-3880. Hvmtm:dre uenter, tumcy. skills. grief. 2-4 p.m. every other NA, 6:30 p.m., 260 County Plumas DistrictHospit 2:30 P'm' Spnsred bY al AA meeting, noon, 260 streamlined website hosting, interyear deferrals. "cloud-based" editing Scoubes said that halfway Thursday. First Baptist Hospital Road, Courthouse. . uounty rtOSpltai t oaa, software, increased training through the school year, the I Church, 74 Reese St., Quincy. Annex - Orchard House. Pmk Ladms. New volunteers ....... ............ t;ourmouse Annex - urcnara' and live tech support. - district is very close to JoAnne Baldwin, 283-9161 or Quincy. neeaea, uau etty rmsKms .......... house, /umcy. za-nour ram' Presnell said the new site having spent 50 percent of its Doreene Wood, 283-3538. Dukes of Plumas Cribbage283-1616. (877) 880-3880 will automatically adapt to budget. Explorer Post 81, QuincyGang. Meet 10:30 a.m., start Overeaters Anonymous . " . meetin 5 m 260 Count Semor lunch, Blalrsden, mobile devices to create the The board approved a Volunteer Fire Dept. play 11 a.m., every Saturday g, P.., Y Explorer Program, meets 2nd at Mt. Tomba, Cromberg. Hospital Road, Courthouse noon, Mohawk Commumty optimum format for each nonresident tuition fee of ...... Kesource enter. uall 83@0446 device. Another big benefit $194 per unit. The current and 4th Thursdays. For info Annex - urcnara house, _ ' tor reservations call Sarah Anderson, 530-276- Quincy. .. . will be to have Web pagesyear's nonresident rate is NA 7 n m Methodist rief Group, ommunky with automatic expiration $185 per unit. 15o3. Sunday, Jan 26 ...... dates. Plumas Alcohol, Tobacco NA noon 260 Countv . o, United Methodist Church ...... Anyone experiencing grief and Other Drug Coalition. Quincy. The college has chosen Other news ....... Hospital Road, Courthouse League of Women Voters of any kind -- loss of a loved ocusea on reaucmg mconol, Annex Orchard House vendor CampusSuite, an Dr. Trutna informed the one, job, marrmge, pet, tobacco and other drug Quincy " fourth Tues., 6 p.m. Quincy'" " organization with 15 years of board that, beginning Jan. 1, problems in Plumas County. tn wnm,m nnlv library meeting room. Sept. finances.-- is invited to join experience providing college it is no longer legal to report 4thT .......... " ............ .- nursaays, t p.:.m., County Hospital Road, thru June. Call 283-0485 for Pastor Donna at noon to websites. The athletics a board vote is "unanimous." Lourmouse Annex, umcy. th0use An ex rchard more info. begin or continue the process department has a different Instead each trustee's vote . Cour n - O plumasatodcoahtmn@yahoo.House Quincy. of healing. The invitation is vendor for its website, must be indicated com. also open to those outside the Presnell said, and the two individually. League of Women Voters, ,__ church Call the church systems provide links to each Lake Almanor/Chester ~,~ --. ~ ..... o,__. ,r~... OIIlce, zU;5-I74U, mr more into other, area trustee Dr. Dana Ware fourth Thurs., 6 p.m. Quincy. Monda " n 27 W un : uoy, jtin. or. ......... r aDy DUUll~13 ~tLIll-y 1 lllll~, .,~ .... " umcy ommumty Call for location: 530-283-0795. y, Ja . Infants 0 to 24 months, , , told the board that she has Soroptimist International Wednesdays 10 a.m., Plumas Supper, 6 p..m: every we.a, Active shooter plan seen the impact of influenza of Quincy, noon to 1 p.m. County Library Quincy United Methooist Church. With an increase in in Chester. "Chances are," .... 24 Moon's restaurant rrlclay, Jan . branch. 445 Jackson St. Free. high-profile school campus she said, "ffyou get a flu ...... ". NA meeting, noon, 260 Preschool Storytime. Build AA, 7 p.m., Methodist shootings across the nation, shot, you won't get the flu." AA, noon, zt)o ounty ount" Hos Road / p]tal Road, Courthouse Court guse nnex - Orchard Kindergarten readiness and Church, 282 Jackson St., the college has been working Student trustee Timothy nex - orcnara rmuse .... early literacy skills with Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) to update its active shooter Kauffman reported that the . " rmuse, umcy. stories, songs, crafts and - 880-3880. Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) k .... plan. associated student body RRn .RRRn Working with local law elected officers: Franklin __^ . Building, fairgrounds, noon. " U R E a p.m., ZbU uounty 0. 11 9.RR- 1 7 enforcement and other safety Mullen, president; Samuel Hospital Road, Courthouse v ......... C H C H S agencies, a plan has beenSchopplein, vice president; Annex- Orchard House. developed, said FRC Safety and Lauren Guthrie, Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) Calvary Chapel Quincy Meadow Valley Community Officer Nick Boyd. secretary. Katfffman said 880-3880. " A i / 283-4463. 1953 E. Main, Mill Creek 283-4259, 48 Cemetery Rd, Meadow Installation of wireless ASB goals include painting NA, 6:3Op.m., 260 CountY ..... t Shopping Center, E Quincy. Valley, office: 353 Jackson St, #100, transmission devices around the wails and cleaning up the Hospital Road, Courthouse .... . Quincy campus will allow emergency student lounge, and Annex- Orchard House. O Christian Life Fellowship Ot!r Savior Lutheran information to be conducting a food drive. He Quincy. 283-0345, 317 First St., E. Quincy. 283-2546. Church & High Sts., transmitted from one area of said the ASB wants to fired a Trap Shoot, 1 p.m., adults ii 1 CLICK AWAY Quincy. campus to all other areas, way to notify hungry only. Sponsored by Quincy Christ the King Episcopal Boyd said. students on campus of Sport Shooting Assoc., 283-0254, 545 Lawrence St., Seventh-Day Adventist Boyd presented a draft ofcommunity food resources Quincy. 310-2042 or 283-3092, 2333 Pine St., the FRC Community Collegeavailable to them, such as the LAST WEEK'S Quincy. District Emergency Community Assistance LAKE LEVELS Church of Christ Operations Plan to the board. Network, weekly community TEMPERATURES 283-1191, 152 E. Jackson St., Springs of Hope Christian In his brief presentation, suppers and The Resource Lake Almanor *ElevationQuincy. Fellowship Boyd said that in prior safety Center. Date High Low Preclp Snow i'Current 4,480.52 Pete, 283-1613, or John, 927-7626, drills and trainings, local law Chief Student Services Jan 13 47 20 1 Year Ago 4,487.04 Church of Jesus Christ of 59 Bell Ln., Quincy." enforcement agencies Officer Karen Pierson Latter Day Saints , emphasized the need for reported that $880,000 in Jan. 14 48 18 .... Lake Almanor **Capacity 283-2170, 55 Bellamy Ln., Quincy. St. John s Catholic Churchimmediate action in the case financial aid money was .l~n IK K1 t~ .... ?Current 799,654 J;n" i6 ;i 2; 1 Year Ago 959,768 283"0890, 176 Lawrence St., Quincy. ofanactive shooter, disbursed to students Jan. 16. Community United Methodist With most active shooter Jan' 17 51 15 .... Bucks Lake *Elevation283-1740, 282 Jackson St., Quincy, Starlight Missionary Baptist I incidents occurring in a few Black History Month . ' ...... ?Current 5,124.62 283-1505, 171 Redburg Ave., Quincy. minutes or less, Boyd said, A presentation to kick off Jan. ]u ]/ .... 1 Year Ago 5,142.40 Jan. 19 52 17 .... law enforcement personnelFebruary's Black History .......... ..... Bucks Lake **CapacityFirst Baptist Truth Tabernacle of Quincy, often cannot arrive in time to Month is on the calendar, ffrec=p=muon [o aa e: .4u ; snow ?Current 51,988 283-1160, 74 Reese St., Quincy. 260-8006, 2205 East Main St., prevent them. The ALICE Pierson said. Guest speaker This date 2013: 30.34" pi:cip, 1525" snow. 1 Year Ago 79,884 Quincy. response plan is included in Charlie Hardy" will share his 2012.13 totals: 23.75" snow, 37.93" total pt~ip *Elevation above sea level in ft the draft as an active shooter childhood experiences in a Weather year is July 1 to June 30 **Storage in acre ft. " d a-tee aid. The acronym stands for free talk called tJan. 12, 2014 Eva, 283-0800. alert, lockdown, inform, "Entrepreneurial Aspects of Compded by Ron Trumbo Y Jan 13, 2013 email " counter, evacuate, the Montgomery Bus Boyd stressed that there is Boycott," at the Town Hall ' no one way to deal with Theatre in Quincy on Weather Forecast for Quincy active shooter incidents, as Thursday, Jan. 30, 7 to 9 p:m. each incident varies. For The next board meeting is Wednesday, Jan. 22 Thursday, Jan. 23 Friday, Jan. 24 ] example, some shooters have scheduled for Feb. 20. The Sunrise 7:22-Sunset 5:14 Sunrise 7:22--Sunset 5:16 Sunrise 7:21--S nset 5:17 1.8 ~1 > ~. '. 8:01 p.m. ," been known to pull a fire March board meeting will be II ' Burney. .... alarm to draw victims to a held at Greenville High certain area, while others School on March 13, and will :,.. ,:, ' s ', |: 8:113'a.m:3 have targeted certain include a luncheon meeting " .. " " I ; classrooms, with Indian Valley ~ 1 2 Reddng ,~ :// . Board president John community leaders. 1/14 -- ~ I -.'= , I '"-- I' i MO:n n's Restaurant fe atured f~% (~ I [~;, ~,~% 1.' QuinQ/.Quin~n~: ~. Porto, ', 8:11/115a.m. on Nevada Backroads show ~ X~'[?"~ ~;~'~. I I 2.1 ~k C';, \~. ~/,/7"v~-------~,~ LauraBeaton in the1870s. In1930 6:19 p.m. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1/11 "u~(-~'~~, //~.~)" ~ ,._~ ~}/--\ _ _",/ ~ ". Rler~ Staff Writer descendants buflta tavern Wednesday Night: " Thursday Night: ~ I ~ "-- /~J ~,j A~ --//~J e~! 4ia:m and named it Moon's. , Over t e,ears sever around 26 around 24, clear, low around 25, M a g nit ude .4 1.6 1.3 arso, Was Moon's Restaurant Quincy establishments Saturday, Jan. 25 Sunday, Jan. 26 Monday, Jan. 27 [ ~,Jr~l ~ ~1~2 ~1~''la'~'~+ 9:52 a.m.1/10 5:20 p.m.1/13 9:27 a:m.1/11 lIB! ll o| ........ ' once a brothel, a gambhng"gained a reputation for. ,, , -- , parlor or a speakeasy? having a nefarmus past, Sunrise 7:200--Sunset 5:18 Sunrise 7:19--Sunset 5:19 Sunrise 7:19--Sunset 5:20 I ~~ has not occurred since mid Apri12013. Nevada'sKTVNChannel2 according to Lawson. Hesaid '~ ~' :,. ~ ..... " "; -- Beg nn no m d Fr day morn no a sma News reporter Jack Sutton Moon s was thought to store : .,:. ;{ eight-event sequence of earthquakes posed those quesqons during gambling implements, such " "~" " ' :~' : = occurred about nine miles northeast of an episode of"Nevada as poker tables and fantan, " ~;,:~it , : ' ..~,,~;ii The number of earthquakes increased Reno in Spanish Springs Valley. Six from the previous week, rising by six and events happened on Friday, one on Sat- Backroads, A Slice of upstairs. S back to the mid teens level. Following last urday and two on Sunday. The focal History," in a Jan. 12 TV Kelly and her husband have S r u over nine months, this increase was almost surface. All of the activity registered A f'flm crew came to Quincy June 2012. Kelly described Su week's anemic single-digit tally, the first in depths were about six miles below the segment, been operating Moon's since 57. ~,- 58. ! 59. I predicable. However, if it were not for a M 1.5 or less. , small seismic swarm northeast of Reno, The largest of two quakes near ~ I Tuesday, Jan. 28 in early January and Moons as a dinner house the quiescence would have continued. Canyondam measured M 2.1. They were interviewed restaurant owner known for its Italian food. /,~;~('~ / ""~" i Sundse 7:1g-Sunset 5:22 [ The intensity of seismicity decreased aftershocks to the moderately strong Lisa Kelly and Plumas As reporter Sutton said "_m, f~ -. ~ again, producing only one quake in the Canyondam M 5.7 earthquake on May 23. , ~~~ ~~ EI M 2 range. This few events in this range A M 1.6 jolt happened near St. Bernard. legendaryOUnty Museum directorscott LawsOnMoon,sabout the todayhashiS closing remarks, Moon Sbecomeremainsa legend,a mainstayand in Saturday Night: Mostly Sunday Night: Clear, I establishment, the community." clear, low around 25. " with a 10w around 26. I Members of the Moon To view the segment, go to family immigrated to Quincy Earthquake Report January 9-15, 201, '" Advanced Geo/ogic Exploration,/nc. ,,t~'e I~'ck' Scientists of the Earth~ 180 Main St. P,O. Box 1956 Chester CA 96020 (530) 258-4228