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. =w. wvu,.,,.-Ju'.Jy s Ivlu,..% kvIU DUIILIII, r'iut.jlt:,:)IVt::, IrtLUlUf ll..)uf[er ScoYe / Chester senior Alex Omnerik scored the final two baskets for the Volcanoes in their home playoff game Wednesday, Feb. 24. Chester, seeded eighth, lost to ninth-seeded East Nicolaus 62-34. Photo by Shannon Morrow . Ski team helps its own By Lisa Kelly Asst. Director, JJST The most wonderful thing about being a member of the Johnsville Junior Ski Team is not just getting to ski with friends and family on the weekends; not just the feel- ing of accomplishment when crossing the finish line; and not just the confi- dence and self-esteem from participating in a team sport, even though these are all the things we can talk about, laugh about and share with one another. Above all, the most won- derful thing about being on the JohnSville Junior Ski Team is the emotional wealth of an extended fami- ly and the never-ending sup- port that is offered in times of tears and testing of faith. It is the prayer, love and caring that is ever-present when there,are so few an- swers to be had. It is the joy of sharing your love and compassion with a friend in need. Jedidiah Lusk, a JJST rac- er for the team Fire on Ice, (which his father, Scott, is the coach of), has been diag- nosed with a tumor on his brain stem that is currently considered inoperable. The final prognosis is yet to be determined by the physi- cians who are working with Jedidiah and his family. Jedidiah is at UC Davis in Sacramento. You can keep in touch with him at caring- bridge.org/visit/j edidiahlus k/journal and follow his progress as his sister, Jessi- ca, blogs every day. Donations are gratefully accepted at the Jedidiah Wellness Fund at Plumas Bank, (530) 283-6800. Get Well cards can be sent to P.O. Box 30053, Cromberg, CA 96103. Jedidiah can also be reached at the Davis Tower, (916) 703-8074. The Johnsville' Junior Ski Team and The Plumas Ski Club are holding a drawing to benefit Jedidiah and his family. You can purchase tickets for $5 each or five tickets for $20 at Central Plumas Recreation and Parks District and the Quin- cy Chamber of Commerce. Thanks to the generosity of the members of the Plumas Ski Club, the grand prize is: A gift certificate fo a night for twoat the Resort at Squaw Creek, two Alpine Meadows adult lift tickets, and a gift basket including wine, cheese, crackers, smoked salmon, capers and gourmet chocolate. You can also buy tickets at the JJST races March 6 at Soda Springs. The drawing will be held March 13 at the Alpine Meadows race, so there will be time to get in some amaz- ing spring skiing. For more information, call Lisa Kelly at 283-3956 or 775-232-9536. "Thanks to those of you who contributed to this lovely child's campaign for life," said Kelly, "Support Jedidiah on his journey back to the race course.'" The local Harley club is holding a breakfast Satur- day, March 6, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Grange Hall in Quincy. Half the proceeds will go to Jedidiah. The Quincy High School ski team is leaving that Sat- urday for the state champi- onships at Shasta, but they will stop by for breakfast on their way out of town. Jedidiah Lusk, a skier for the Johnsville Junior Ski Team, stands at the starting gate with his father and coach," Scott Lusk, kneeling behind him. Photo submitted BUSI00NESS & S, ERVICE,00,D0000IRE00CT,ORY WEAPONS TRAINING I ]l AUSLANDER TACTICAL Auslander Tactical is a group of NRA-Certified Firearms Instructors and Range Safety Officers striving to offer the finest firearms instruction and range qualification services possible in Lassen County. TREE SERVICE Owner/0perator Frank-Ti Neff is pictured above. 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