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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Mar. 3, 2010 9k OHV grants ready for comment The Plumas National For- est is actively developing its draft off-highway vehicle draft grant applications that will be submitted to the state of California by March 1, 2010. The public is invited to comment on any changes or improvements to the pro- gram and to assist with the development of the grant applications. The applica- tions will be available for public review from March 2 through April 5. Final appli- cations are due to the state of California May 3. To review the grant appli- cations, go to click on the link to review the preliminary applications. One grant application will be prepared for ground operations projects for win- Ho famales It's no secret that preParing food together can be a bonding experience. Shelley Morrison, director of the Feather River College Child Development Center, recently taught a tamale making class for parents, staff and student teachers. "It was a great way to connect all of us together and make delicious tamales," said Morrison. "We had a lot of fun. The parents were able to get to know the staff and student teachers wllo care for their children during the day on a different level in a relaxed and fun way." Photo courtesy Feather River College Child Development Center ter and summer, and plan- ning and restoration pro- jects. The second application will be for winter and sum- mer law enforcement. The 2009S10 grants will provide for operation, maintenance, signing and resource pro- tection for trails and facili- ties associated with the Plumas National Forest recreation program. The summer OHV pro- gram includes approximate- ly 4,900 miles of roads avail- able for summer OHV tour- ing, including 109 miles of "true" 4X4 roads and single- track; developed OHV camps at Gold Lake, Poker Flat, Stag Point, American House and Cleghorn Bar; monitoring for OHV im- pacts to soils and wildlife habitat; and an active vol- unteer program through Adopt-A-Traii: The w-inter snowmobile program includes three winter recreation areas (Bucks Lake, La Porte and Lakes Basin) with 184 miles of groomed snowmobile trails with an active volun- teer grooming program; 868 miles of signed, ungroomed snowmobile riding opportu- nities; winter staging areas at Gold Lake, Bucks Sum- mit, Big Creek and La Porte; warming huts at the La Porte staging area, Four- Trees, four trailside warm- ing huts associated with the La Porte trail system; and monitoring for winter use impacts to wildlife habitat. For information, contact the following employees: Deb Schoenberg, Feather River RD, 534-6500; Peggy Gustafson, Mt. Hough RD, 283-0555; Micki Smith, Beck- wourth RD, 836-7120; Susan Barron, Supervisor's Office, 283-7755; D,uane Jackson, Law Enforcement, 25B-5120. Written comments may be directly submitted to: Plumas National Forest, At- tn: Susan Barron, P.O. Box 11500, Quincy, CA 95971, by close Of business April 16, to ensure inclusion in the grant application. Our community benefits from it! Shelter open Sat. for pet adoptions The Plumas County Animal Shelter is now open Satur- days. Families looking to adopt a new four-legged friend can meet the animals on Sat- urdays, and most likely bring them home the following Monday or Wednesday said supervisor Melissa Bishop. The Saturday hours, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., are solely for adoptions, but the shelter is open for licensing and other services Mondays and Fri- days, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and Wednesdays, 10 a.m. -7 p.m. There is a $10 adoption fee, and new families are respon- sible for a rabies shot and neutering or spay costs as well. For more information, call the shelter at 283-3673 or visit to see pictures of animals look- ing for homes. GET READY FOR SPRING! VVinter Golf Lessons 1/2 hour video swing analysis with take-home copy $50 Gift Certificates Available for use in 2010 Brandon Bowling, A PGA Head Golf Professional Randy Estep Assistant Golf Professional k__ 836-1420 PLUMAS PINES 402 Poplar Valley Rd., Graeagle Golf Resort The Wellness Column Presented by Christopher W. Anderson, DC CHIROPRACTIC & THE TMJ It's not the most well-known joint in the body but it's certainly a critical one: The Temporal-Mandibular Joint (TMJ). It's the joint where your jawbone meets the bones of your skull, and it's located right in front of your ears. When this joint has problems, it can lead to a variety of symp- toms, including: Biting or chewing difficulty or discomfort Clicking, popping, or grating sound when opening or dosing the mouth Dull, aching pain in the face Earache, Ear infections, Headache, Neck tension, Fatigue Jaw pain or tenderness of the jaw Reduced ability to open or close the mouth Inability to Sleep, Irritability and much more. From 5 to 15 percent of the American public suffer from some type of problem with this joint. Some people may see a dentist with this type of problem, but in many cases, the best person to see is your chiropractor. TMJ problems can come about because of falls where the head, neck or chifi are hit, tailbone injuries that transmit effects all the way up the spine, whiplash and prolonged sitting in a work position, especially when the head extends forward. In these cases, chiropractic adjustments specifically intended to restore structural balance can help correct TMJ problems. Correcting these problems with chiropractic can prevent symptoms from getting worse and lYecoming chronic. According to the National Institutes of Health, "Because there is no certified specialty for TMJ disorders in either dentistry or medicine, finding the right care can be difficult. Look for a health care provider who understands musculoskeletal disorders (affecting muscle, bone and joints) and who is trained in treating pain conditions." That description perfectly describes chiropractors. Certainly this is a great, non-drug, non-surgical place to start for anyone suffering from this problem. Chris Anderson, DC sees patients in Poola and Quincy. Call 832-4442 for more information and/or an appointment. II I m Watch the ip m mm l= am gm mm i. mm mm mm ml mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm I , , Here! $ ab I ,, off X-Large O00en0000o. 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