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4A Wednesday, Jan, 24, 2001 People and Community 7 Chet Vance's family was present to honor the patriarch as he received his 50-year pin and certificate from the Ma- sonic Hope Lodge. From left: Greg Mclntire, Cheri (Vance) Mclntire, Chet Vance, Carrie Vance, Kathy Holt, Keri Slier, Christine (Vance) Curran, Colby Slier, Kevin Curran, All Ramelli, Rachelle Rameili, and Greg Ramelli. 1 Portola resident Chester (Chet) Vance was recently presented with the 50-year pin and certificate for his service to the Masonic Hope Lodge #234. Charles Porter, inspector of the 219th Masonic District, presented Vance with the pin while his Masonic history was presented by Worshipful gree of Master Mason Dec. 12. Award. Master Robert Pearce. 1950. Vance is known as Portola's Vance began his career He served his lodge as offi- most avid tennis player and with the Masons when he was cers' coach for 40 years, was instrumental in getting initiated as an Apprentice Vance served as Master of the city council's Promise to Oct. 17, 1950. the Hope Lodge in 1958. 1974 rebuild the tennis court, after He passed to the degree of and 1993, and was the second it had to be torn down to al- Fellowcraft Nov. 28, 1950 and member of the lodge to re- low for the Commercial Street was raised to the sublime de- ceive the esteemed Hiram extension. uincy Quincy residents Retha member of the Williams and Carl Selby areeign Wars. His planning to be married Sun-clude Michael day, Feb. 11. Mault. Retha is a retired nurse atFriends and Quincy Convalescent Hospital. brate their Her children include Allen First Baptist Williams, Elaine Williams and Quincy at a two ShelahGove. mony. A rece Carl is a retired police offi- church's social cer from San Rafael and a low. 1 After two years as presidentRoss had of the Plumas-Sierra Countyyear as the leader d Fair Board of Directors, one year ago, Leonard Ross laid down his knowing whether m--' .I~JW ~la gavel. He was among those reappointed as a m,1 ~LrOrl who voted in Mike Beatty as the Portola area. lki,.. nty the new president. When Ross's terqk:-: As Ross made his farewell then Supervisor-Fr . tc speech as president, he said, bush refused tt "It's been a real honor to bewhether she want~h,~Lun your president for the last two terve al~:: h e [1 t ~r~il~ar years. You've been' a good " sjL ?ve s board." against her in the Following those remarks, Di- al race, and openlY rector Carol Viscarra nominat- B.J. Pearson. She t_an ed Beatty. No other nomina-point another tions were put forward, andstead, so Ross con l i i " Beatty received unanimous ap- serve on the board. will proval. Pat Roarty and~i~. As Beatty accepted the gavel were both suggeste ' ,,' from Ross, he said, "I'd like to president, but thank Leonard for his two the nomination. He S years. We've had some really a busy year ahead. rocky issues and he carried Roarty was the board." unanimous vote. Illllll III II VINYL SIDING Wholesale Distributor KELLEN PACIFIC INC, 87 Coney Island Drive Surf the world wide web ., ,, ... x,..,:... I Getyourown E-Mailaddress lr 9 95/:0: 775 355-1701 ' 775-355-7597 Fax tubers Unlimited ac es .... I Additional fees and hook-up costs may apply I See store for details The Only 61 Bradley St. Quincy Quincy Susanville Porlola/Chesler 283-2357 251-2357 1(888) 832-2357 Honest Pizza RotmdTablePizza Plumas Pines Shopping Center : 283-2320 Piumas County Route 70 - Crack sealing operations from Camp Lay- man to Two Rivers Road. Jan. '2'2 -- 26. One way traffic control between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Delays-i0 minutes. 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