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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 15B Mardi Gras The Plumas Community Radio Project's board of directors in- vites community members of all ages to revel at the second annual Mardi Gras Party Satur- day, Feb. 13, at the Quincy Veteran's Hall. The festive par- ty promises to impart a local flavor to a worldwide celebra- tion, and includes live Cajun music, the DJ stylings of Farmer Dave, the Akira Dancers, a Flamenco dance by Maria and a costume contest. Beer, wine, non-alcoholic bev- erages and Cajun food by Southern Accent will be avail- able for purchase. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m., where entry requires $10. Proceeds will benefit KNQY's recent strong efforts to purchase the equip- ment necessary to return to the air. Photo submitted ! Sc looki for he ******************** ,, rappy n2_ me NortheasternRural ~ ~ t take walks" ScrapPy is ~~ Health Clinics ~ good with cats and some oth- ~ -~ er dogs but is food and toy ag- i gressive. She really needs a ~r Proudly Acknowledges good caring home and a good . A s h I e y a a r dy . ~i TALES FROM friend to care for her. ~ Customer Service Representative 3~" i 1 Scrappy is only one of the ~ for NHC Dental Services ~1" t THE SHELTER dogs available for adoption at ~. ~. PLUMAS COUNTY the shelter. We have some ANIMAL SHELTER wonderful dogs who need ~ "~ 283-3673 good homes with fenced ~" ~" ! yards and loving companions ~ February In May of 2009, a small Aus- to care for them. If you have tralian cattle dog was found room in your heart for a loy- ~[" 2 010 . abandoned at Oakland Camp real estate auctions near Quincy. She was taken to the shelter and found to be in terrible condition. Much of her hair was gone and she had scabs and open sores all over her body. In spite of her poor condi- tion, this little dog was bright-eyed and friendly with people, eager for walks and loved to play with tennis balls and squeak~toys. She also loved to rifle in the car and sit on the passenger side seat, looking out happily to see if this ride would go to the park. She got the name of "Scrappy." Scrappy made some trips to the vet where it was discov- ered that she had a thyroid deficiency, which was at least part of the reason for the con- dition of her skin. She is a spayed female between eight and 10 years old and has some arthritis, which makes her travel in a funny little stiffrun. Scrappy also drinks water by the bucket and is always voraciously hungry, and she pees buckets. The vet said she probably has Cushings dis- ease, which is expensive and risky to test for and very~ex- pensive to treat. Scrappy was put on a thy- roid supplement and her skin condition cleared up, but she still doesn't have enough hair to keep her warm in the Quincy winters. She needs a home where she has a fenced yard and a doggie door or a warm dog- house and someone who likes al, unconditionally loving friend, come to the shelter and meet them. Cold noses and warm hearts. Donations may be mailed to K-911 Rescue at P.O. Box 182, Quincy, CA 95971. Thank you. Employee * Of The * Month . . Need help REPI California Homes Selling February 15th Nominal Opening Bid: S100,000 RED BLUFF, CA 11560 Paskenta Rd 4BR 3BA 4,788+/- sf. Open house: 1-4pm Sun Feb 7th, 14th and 2 hours before sale. Sells: l:30pm, Men, Feb 15th See web for complete nationwide listings Jm [~' Buyer's Premium May Apply CA RE LIC 261559 KEN SWOTER BROKER, W&W RE LIC 01863253 W&WAUCLIC 524820 ,RELC 939277 GARY GERARD HOLUB Nominal Opening Bid: $50,000 LAKE ALMANOR, CA 3345 Cedar Ln 3BR 2BA 1,433+/- sf. Open house: 1-4pm Sun Feb 7th, 14th and 2 hours before sale. Sells: 10:45am, Men, Feb 15th .~. i. ~l .~! ....... v WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS worldwide real estate auction 800.801.8003 A great place to connect... The 2010-2011 Plumas County Visitors Guide This colorful publication, produced in partnership with the Plumas County Visitors Bureau, is the area's premiere guide to picturesque Plumas County. Over 85,000 copies are printed annually and distributed at more than 400 locations throughout the Feather River Country and outlying areas. The Plumas Visitors Bureau and local chambers of commerce mail thousands of these guides to inquiries throughout the country and distribute them at various sport and recreation shows they attend. Your Only Local Complete Guide To Feather River Country: Lodging and Camping Train Spotting \ National Forests Parks Wilderness Areas Wildlife Watching Bird Watching Antiques Gold Panning Fall Color Tours Golf Hiking Winter Activities Cross Country Skiing Downhill Skiing Snowmobiling Horseback Riding Mountain Biking , Road Biking 'Boating Fishing Hunting Plumas County History Museums Wildflowers Scenic Highways 2010-2011 Events Calendar County Data Weddings Honeymoons Dining Kids Stuff State Parks River Rafting Snowboarding Swimming Your local newspaper representative is looking forward to working with you[ 283-0800 258-3115 258-3115 832-4646 Sherri, Kay, Karen Val Cheri, Val Alesha, Michael