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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 20, 2013 5B t in th rld? Toni and Jim Pleau, Greg and Cheri Mclntire and Wanda and Paul Garrido spend "mucho" Maryanne Cowell, of Chester, along with her sister and brother-in-law, Cathy and Curt Zaugg, relaxing time in La Paz, Mexico, at the La Concha Condos. The three couples from the Lake of Paradise, visit the Parque Museo La Venta in Villahermosa, Mexico. The three were on a 12-day Almanor/Chester area found time to get "out of the cold, into the warm" and celebrate a tour called "Exploring the Lands of the Book of Mormon in Mexico and Belize." ... Next time retirement and three birthdays. Next time you travel, share where you went by taking your you travel, share where you went by taking your local newspaper along and including it in a local newspaper along and including it in a photo. Then email the photo to dmcdonald@ photo. Then email the photo to, Are you ready in th event f an emergency. What are these signs ap- of Katrina folks atop their their own emergency plan conventional and alternative can also help our collective pearing aroufld town? "R U roofs ... waiting for help. Re- for themselves and their medical resources, long-term anxiety level decrease, bring- Ready?" What does that ::i member Chris Christie, gov- neighbors, dry canning, fire safety, alter- ing out the best in us as we mean? Ready for what? I am o ernor of New Jersey (during These are the issues and native fuel and cooking face any adversity together. ready for a lot of things -- vis- Sandy), sharing his frustra- questions that will be ad-sources. Attendees will have Other events coming soon its from my children, the tion at the lack of assistance dressed Saturday, March 23, the opportunity to start as- will include a Backyard Gar- snow to melt on my raised from FEMA and the federal from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thesembling their own "72-hour dening workshop, offered by beds and world peace. But COMMUNITY GREEN government? Plumas County Office of packs" during the open house. Transition Quincy and Qflin- somehow I don't think these PAMELA NOEL As more and more of these Emergency Services, the Red We can muster all the posi- cy Natural Foods Co-op, signs are asking if I am ready weather events strike, corn- Cross, Plumas County Public tive thinking and right ac- scheduled for April 6. This 9 for these events, becoming clear that the time munities need to know how Health Agency and Transi- tions of which we are capable, a.m. to 3 p.m. workshop will What "R U Ready?" is ask- to think about being prepared to respond. Thus, we can tion Quincy are sponsoring a But we never know what hu- include the topics of compost- ing is, "Are you ready in the is now. Not next month or probably mitigate most prob- Preparedness Open House. mankind or nature has in ing, raised bed gardens, seed event of an emergency -- be it year-- but now-- before any lems if we plan ahead. NotHosted by the Church of Jesus store for us. Some of us worry saving and raising chickens weather related, fire, canyon kind of emergency is upon us. only will we be more logisti- Christ of Latter-day Saints, about potential possibilities; for eggs. Cost will be $15, and closure, terrorist activity, en- Often we think that the cally prepared, but we'll feel the event will be held at 55 some of us do not. Nonethe- registration will be available ergy shortages or economic "government" will bail us more relaxed and less anx-Bellamy Lane, across from less, it makes sense for us to through Quincy Natural collapse?" Any number of sce- out. And in a limited, local- ious when contemplating the the hospital in Quincy. All follow that old Boy Scout mot- Foods. A soup lunch will be narios are possible, ized event that may happen, possible emergency scenar-are welcome, to, "be prepared." It can make provided. For more informa- With the increasing inci- And, it may take some time ios. There does exist an Some of the displays and any potentially devastating tion Call 283-2480. The popular dence of unusual weather for the "government" to re- emergency plan for our area, topics that will be covered will situation much more manage- Backyard Farm Tour will be such as Hurricane Sandy, it is spond. Remember the images but individuals need to have be food, sanitation, safety, able and comfortable. And it offered this July. Sudoku Puzzle #2649-D Difficult ACROSS 1. Takes a siesta 6. Pays to play 11. Horace's" Poetica" 14. Imam's deity 15. "My fault!" 16, Asian holiday 17. Fashion designer's favorite actor? 19. "Fore" site 20. Maximilian and Charlemagne 21. Angelou's"Still" 23. Ride the ump 24. Took the lead 26. Frequent striker 30. Defat, whaler-style 31. Attu dweller 32. Many mall rats 33. Unaffiliated pol: Abbr. 36. Verbal assault 37. Positioned 38. Mold-ripened cheese 39. Kramden laugh syllable 40. "... I __ my way" 41. Go on and on and on... 42. Kicked off the show 44. 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