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2C Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter / !> .,. , Kylie Kersh of Chester speeds down the Big Gee course at Soda Springs Saturday, March 10. Kersh took third place for the Johnsville Junior Ski Team. Photos submitted Logan Hamlin wears the medal he earned by winning first place in the boys 7 - 8 category. f Value & Dependability The Eco-Choice Stove Advantage BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Sales * Service * Supplies 120 lb. Hopper Mobile Home Approved pliis tax 81% Efficient MobileHome Approved Fireplace Distributors of Nevada, Inc. -,% A group of racers on the Johnsville Junior Ski Team celebrate their success. J Two Local Technicians Copiers & Fax Machines Laser Printers New or Remanufactured (888) 447-2679 * (530) 284-1112 Fax: (530) 284-1102 101 Pine St., Greenville Serving Plumas, Lassen, Sierra & Modoc Counties Lic. # 955859 & Insured Cabinet Supply and Install True Cabinetmaker with 26 years experience We DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE CUSTOM CABINETRY Residential & Commercial Wood, Laminates, Countertops, Solid Surface and Architectural Millwork Visit us on the web at www.srccabinet.com SUGARLOAF RANCH & CABINET Sierra Valley CA nl Holding to tradition. Johnsville Junior Ski Team stormed the Big Gee race at Soda Springs March 10 to take home many awards. The Big Gee is an annual race put on by the Truckee Donner Recreation and Parks District and includes skiers from Sugarbowl, Truckee Tahoe Ski Team, South Lake Tahoe and Johnsville Junior Ski Team. Skiers compete in thmr age groups and awards are giv- en to the 10th place in each category. In the 6 and under catego- ry, Connor Barr, of Tay- lorsville, placed second for the boys, while Jax Holland, of Chester, took fifth place. in the boys 7 - 8 category, JJST took the topthree spots with Logan Hamlin, of Quincy, placing first: Trevor Barr, of Taylorsville, placing second: and Kai Hostetter, of Quincy, plac- ing third. Canaan Newman, of Quincy, took home a 10th place award. The boys 9 - 10 clivision finished with Lane Coelho, of Quincy, taking the sixth place award; James White, of Quincy, placing seventh; and Liam Parrott, of Quincy, in eighth place. The girls' 9 - 10 classifica- tion placed Kylie Kersh, of Chester, in third place. while Brenah Delacour, of Chester, took sixth place, and Chyanne Morri- son, of Quincy, took ninth place. In the 11 - 12 categories, Cody Morrison placed sec- ond in the boys division, Av- ery Dyrr placed fifth, Miles Rubalcava-Cunan took eighth and Kainoa Hall placed ninth. All four boys are from Quincy. The girls 11 - 12 class positioned Nicole Swartz, of Reno, in third place; Nariah Hall, of Reno, in fifth place: Abria Parrott, of Quincy, in sev- enth place; Sylvia Wood, of Quincy, in eighth; and Han- na Doyle, of Chester. in 10th. The 13 - 14 category put Claire Coelho in fifth place overall for the girls divi- sion. Other racers included Si- mon McQuarrie, Quincy (12th place); Owen Delacour, Chester (13 h': lace); :Ben Hoffman, Q Incy (20th place); Luke Zempel, .Graea- gle (21st place); Melia Hall, Quincy (14th place); Sam Lawson, Graeagle (12th place); Kaidyn Holland, Chester (12th place); Chancy Juska. Chester (16th place); Chloe Copeland, Tay- lorsville (20th place); David Leonhardt. Quincy (llth place); Kevin Story, Chester (12th place). Johnsville Junior Ski Team is a ski race team that is open to all 7- to 14- year-olds in Plumas County and surrounding counties. Children are trained by seasoned skiers who enjoy working with kids. Develop- ment training is offered to younger children and beginner skiers with con- centration on developing basic skiing techniques and beginning racing skills. Developmental skiers Rre phased into racing teams as they progress. For informa- tion, call Tanya Meyer at 927-7747. yearsexperience with SoCial Security and SSl cases at all levels of appeal DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be out of work 12 months or more, you may merit Social Security Disability even if you've been previously denied, Any reason may qualify: accident, mental or physical illness, on'the-job or off-the- job injury. Laws are being tightened. Qualified (775) 825-1616 1-877-832-8757 se habla espafiot DISABILITY ASSOCIATES