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IOA Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Fun fishy Thanks to a contribution from the Parent Cooperative Organization atQuincy Elementary School, Danielle Frid is teaching an art lesson in each classroom. These second-graders used watercolors to create a unique aquarium. From left: Kyhrie Brady, Jenna Peay, Zoe Lewis, Addie Dupras.and Jaden Newton. Principal Kristy Warren said she was thankful to the PCO because "it's nice to have a professional artist working with the students." Photo by Debra Moore Plumas County Realtors number dropped to 19 cash, according to the data. reported they sawpositive percent. Currently, Plumas Realtors changes in the local real When PAR specifically offer more than 350 homes in estate market in 2014 with a looked at the range of all the area with prices starting sharp reduction in sales up to $500,000, it as low as $15,000. The average foreclosure sales and reported 93 percent of the asking price is $390,000. increased prices in all levels residential properties sold by "We're anticipating and of the residential markets, Realtors in 2014 closed at less looking forward to a according to the Plumas than $500,000. This market productive and successful Association of Realtors. category contributed moreyear," commented PAR Data gathered from PAR's than $84 million in real estate President Carol Yeater, who countywide multiple listing sales last year, which is a $2 represents the nine-member service show that the average million gain over 2013. PAR board of directors. price of all homes "sold" at A total of 440 units wereFor additional information, any price in 2014 was sold, which was 39 units contact a local Realtor. A list $257,095, up from 2013's fewer than in 2013, but with can be found at average of $221,394. an average sale price in 2014; other In 2013, more than 29 of $192,423, which was $20,000 local real estate news can be percent of Plumas area home more than the previous year. found on PAR's Facebook sales were foreclosures or And 42 percent of the sales in page. Information is deemed short sales; in 2014 that this price bracket sold for reliable but not guaranteed. Dare to benefits high school Quincy High School is hosting the second annual Dare to Dodge tournament April 1. Local organizations such as the Quincy Volunteer Fire Department and local California Highway Patrol office are participating in the tournament-style dodgeballteams must have eight fundraiser. All proceeds from members, but "the more the the event benefit Quincy merrier," Anyone interested High School. in joining is invited to Dare to Dodge will be held contact Matt Beeson at at 6 p.m. in the QHS large to gym. Teams pay $80 to obtain the necessary forms. participate. Organizers said Spectator admission is asons panca ril Quincy's Masonic family announced it will host its bimonthly pancake breakfast Saturday, April 4i It will be held at the Masonic Hall, 70 Harbison St. across from the library. Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and goes to 10:30. Breakfast consists of scrambled eggs, sausage, orange juice, coffee, hot chocolate and all-you-can-eat pancakes. Donations at the door are $6 adults, $3 children under 12 and $5 students with ID, Proceeds go to the scholarship fund and other fraternal purposes. ucln, Liberty Utilities customers will be taking steps to reduce California's greenhouse gas emissions as a result of the State Legislature's Global Warming Solutions Act. What does this mean to you? Beginning April 1, 2o14, all Liberty Utilities' customers will see a new "carbon pollution permit cost" on tfieir monthly power bill, and eligible residential and small commercial customers will see a ',climate credit" on their April and October bills. Ultimately, it means cleaner energy that produces less greenhouse gas. California requires at least 20 percent of all generated power to come from renewable resources by 2017ma goal Liberty Utilities has already achieved today. And we are on track to meet the state's requirement of 33 percent by 2020. T gether; we'll reduce our carbon footprint--step by step: For more information, visit and click on the "Customer Support"tab , nes w RECHARG WO-R LD CLASS" m QUEEN SET Elsewhere Our Price =..1-19g" CLEARANCE '1049 PILLOWTOP: QUEEN SET Elsewhere Our Price CLEARANCE QUEEN SET Elsewhere Our Price CLEARANCE KING SET Elsewhere3240g" Our Price CLEARANCE S1199 NO INTEREST WITH PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHS!*