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mmuni News Mac.,4. M 1 Photo by Terri Nacar Supervisor B. J, Pearson helped Portola's city crew load tables and chairs, iWere destined for several area fire departments. More than $20,000 worth of was received from the Cleary family, new owners of Piumas Pines Golf Re- 'Pearson, with Supervisor Don Clark, paid a total of $804) from their funds with the rest being donated by the Clearys • 1 ~lre departments, se- and Portola's all beneficiaries donation by the from San Fran- recently pur- Pines Golf Re- their first order of was to remodel the Supervisors Don J. Pearson heard the remodeling, they the Clearys to see any of the dis- was feasible. terns included bars, re, dishes, silver- chairs and a va- Other items generally found in restaurants. Several fire departments Pearson said the Clearys received tables and chairs for were quite open to the idea of their board meetings, train- helping their new community ing sessions and fund-raisers. and a deal was struck. Those who attend city The three truckloads of fur- council meetings will appre- niture was priced by the clare the gift of comfortable Clearys at $20,000, with the chairs, which replace the old new owners donating $19,500 metal ones they were forced and the supervisors paying to sit on for up to five hours only $250 each out of their during long meetings. recreational discretionary Pearson said there is still a funds, lot left and what doesn't go to "The Clearys believe various organizations will be strongly in helping the corn- auctioned off, with the money munity and being an active going to Project Santa. participant in its health and "This has to be the most welfare," said Pearson. generous donation that we Each of the fire districts in have seen in Plumas County eastern Plumas, along with and we are deeply apprecia- the senior citizens and city tive to the Cleary family," he hall were allowed to takesaid. what they wanted. Services of Northern La will be in at the Nutrition 10 a.m. until noon Will also be in Quincy 13.ra. a paralegal with of experience, will over the age of 60 at olYme in the [se annex in Quincy le Nutrition Site in 1 1 planning for incapacity and el- der abuse. Sue does not pre- pare wills, divorce related is- sues or bankruptcy. Appointments must be made before Wednesday, March 28. To make an appointment, call Anne VanPutten, Plumas Community Service Advisor, at 283-0891. Senior transportation is available. SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 are limited to So- Medicare and consumer grandparents' problems, legal t NOTICE TO USING he subject to a new m independent rel~rting contact the t916) 657-0529 r Tax,me is a great time to think about a See me, your good neighbor agent for details: Rk 'd St0ckt0n, CLU Agem 65 Main Street, Quincy (53O) 283.-or 5 Farm Life:" Need Groomin Let the professionals help you~ • Trims • Wash "Dry • Manicures We also have roomy and comfortable accommodations! Boardina Rates: Cats: $6.50 Dogs: By Weight DMF Boarding 48228 Hwy 70 • Quincy (530) 283-2833 Do you know a person who board will select this year's .The nominee may or may has done a deed, or deeds, that winner from those nominatednot be a member of Rotary. have promoted goodwill, fel- and will have a special presen. Foster said that achieve. lowship and understanding in tation at their May 14 lun-merits which promote world the greater Quincy area? If so, cheon meeting, peace and understanding; then you might consider nomi- Requirements for making a deeds that encourage and pro. nating that individual for the nomination include: mote service to others; and ac. Quincy Rotary Club's "Citizen .The nominee must live in complishments which encour. of the Year" award, the greater Quincy area with a age others to become Involved This is the first award of its good standing in the communi, and provide service to others kind to be offered by the local ty and have a good personalwill all be given a higher prior- service club, said Rick Foster, and business reputation, ity. who is the club's community .This individual shall haveNominations can be submit. service director. He said that done a deed or deeds that bane- ted in writing to Rick Foster, Rotary promotes service to fit all concerned, with ele- 2270 Ridge Run Rd., Quincy, others and will consider any ments that build goodwill, fel- CA 95971. Deadline to make nominee that has gone out of lowship, and understanding nominations is April 21, 2001. his or her way to be of service (ideals that are tenets of Ro- For more information, contact to the community, tary) and should be recogniz. Foster at 283-5514. Foster said the current able to the community. III II I FRESH SHREDDED PARMESAN This new specialty pizza combines the intense taste of roasted tomatoes & garlic with the spiciness of peppe'roni & onions to create a sensational flavor. Featuring: Pepperoni, fire roasted tomatoes, roma tomatoes, roasted garlic, yellow onions, herbs, spices, & seasoning, zesty red sauce, whole milk mozzarella, cheddar & provolone cheeses & shredded parmesan cheese on top! Plumas Pines Shopping Center, Quincy- 283-2320 II I I I I I ' J 1~ i l;/ I ~ I There will be cases of Risk factors Include • A family history of colon polypl, clm:Ir or certain other bowel conditions a Breast or genital cancers • PosslMy dietary risks Screening is recommended for anyone over the age of 50. Studies have shown that screening for colorectal cancer by checking for blood in the stool reduces death by 15-30%. If you have not been screened lately, or have any of the risk factors, call for an appointment today. Portola Medical Clinic 832-4211 Graeagle Medical Clinic 836-1122 "People Helping People" Acute Care Hospital • 24 Hour Emergency and Ambulance Service • Skilled Nursing Facility Family Practice . Internal Medicine • Pediatrics • General Surgery • General Dentistry Gastroenterology • Orthopedics • Cardiology • Prenatal Care • Radiology Home Health Care • Dietetics • Podiatry • Diabetic Counseling • Home Oxygen Ultrasound • Mammography • CT Scanner • Medical Supplies • Laboratory Services Hospital 500 First Avenue • Portola, California 96122 • 530 832 4277 Home Health Care 181 Sierra • Portola, California 96122 • 530 832 4320 Portola Medical Clinic 4.80 First Avenue • Portola, California 96122 • 530 832 4211 Graeagle Medical Clinic 7597 Highway 89 • Graeagte, California 96103 • 530 836 1122