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her Rived -------~er River But!etip. Scout News Wednesday, April4, 2001 5A >ws call Gi 'Jude:! Pz andy C mes 0t z Van 3rent l{ man, da ill HoC Photo submitted y and n Ville proved to be the ideal spot for cross country skiing recently, as members of a lette troop put on their skis and enjoyed the day. Metcalf irl Scouting just keeps get- I better and the adventures ]/ff/~be awesome At least.that's one troop'has discovered :r the Years. 7bile Girl Scouting seems appealing to some girls as I grow older, the members loria Boland's troop find it eeps getting better. ile the annual cookie nut sales are still part of -'hallenge in raising funds, :r activities keep getting e exciting, thanks to the - rstanding and dedication eir leader. their most recent adven- 0 cross country skiing was |led by members of ~. ~ ,*tte Troop 270. Johnsville, noted for its adapt easily," Boland said. downhill skiing, became the"Most of the group was able to setting for a little cross coun- make it from the museum try activity, as they headed parking lot to the camp- down the Johnsville Museum ground, one-and-a-half-miles Road, little used during the away." winter months when the parkReturning to the starting is closed, point, a few girls switched Seven cadettes and four par- sports and attempted a little ents enjoyed the warm, sunny downhill skiing. afternoon, Boland reported.Pizza beckoned to the hun- Although some of the troop gry crew when they'd finished had cross country skied previ- their day in the snow, ously, it was the first time sev- "Many of the girls enjoyed eral of them attempted the themselves so much that they sport, agreed to try it again," Boland "But they all seemed to said. WHY ARE 17 M.ILL CO. nmw --- THROUGH O0 on any apl ZZa or Calzone with coupon uplmrvalid with an), other offer. I +,eeteS I 1770 East Main | oss from Napa Auto Parts) | Quincy I I I I I I | Don't trust just anyone to insure your car, see me: I I I I I Like Richard K. Stockton, Agent 65 West Main Street, Quincy (530) 283-0565 Lic. #0[368653 a good neighbor, State Farm is there. State Farm Mutual Automobile InSurance Coml~ny (not in N J) State Farm Indemnity Company (N J) - Home ~: Boocn~oa, Illinois SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 i )r I )01 rated Aries, eluded IN CONCERT able ( ion ri126-27 Down Under Spring mr0 dweek! , 1,0 0 oflhe r. esl m,u spa 0us :i, and I~s rooms & Jacuui ~ sui~ ' Y~ ~ Spa m~ L~oor and outdoor pox>Is, steam rooms, sauna "Mort lJkdy To W'm" .,L, tth+.my Qtrt,:s q[ t/tt' ta+ %to.s ,,~k't~,.+ CASINO RESORT RENO ++ Photo submitted Downhill skiing Just seemed toe good to pass up a day of cross country skiing. Choosing an area where beth ate possible is part of the Ucket. hose who attended in- cluded: Patents Jim Boland, Bob Robbins and Tom Wood, Cadette Leader Gloria Boland, and cadettes, Jenna Kuipers, All Crane, Maria Boland, Christina Robbins, Jaime Eliason, Hillaty Russell and Bailey Wood. lii i r-- !~.~ ................... ~, i !Lil I I Dine In Take Out Delivery I I | Coupon good thru 4/30/01 I i One coupon per order. Not good with any other offer Plumas Pines Shopping Center, Quincy" 283-2320 II I To all the job seekers and employers who participated in the 5th Annual SEASONAL JOB FAIR! Mmanor ;kin'ling Center Gold Mountain Patti Bun)~an Family Resort Almanor I.akefront Village Graeagle MeadOws Peninsula Market Army National Guard Graeagle Meadows H'ownersPine Shack Frostie Buck's Lak~rshore Resort Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch Plumas Pines Resort Caf~ Mohawk/Iron Door Grizzly C~-ill Plumas Pines Golf Resort California Dept. of Forestry Gumba's Portola Frosty Caq)cnter's Local #2{~35 llal)l)y Campers Pullman IIonse Inn Chester Sub~y & TCBY Holiday Market Stover's St. Bernard Lodgc Child's Meadow Resort Homme's Landscape The Bidwcll House Clio Deli Intermountain Disposal, Inc. The Boat House Grill Dan's Family Diner Knot Bumper/Burger Depot Three Bean Coffee Drakesbad Guest Ranch Laborer's Union Local #185 Timberhouse E1 Torlto Loco Lake Mmanor Resort Two Rivers .Soccer Camp Elwell Lakes Lodge Lake Mmanor Inn US Forest ,Service Feather River Apts. Little Norway Resort Walton's Grizzly Ixxtge Feather Bed Longboards Bar & Grill ' Washoe County Park~ & Rec. West Almanor Community Club Feather River Camp Mohawk Tavern Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club Feather River College Mt. Tomba Forget Me Not Gifts Nicole's Wilson's Camp Prattville Gold ~ke Lodge Packer Lake Lodge The day event was a huge sn ss with Job seekers and SO cmpio erst thamks to Ca ! Ftrsuwh lfl and the ROP Cookin on the Lake program aml Nleole's of Portola for pro.tdlng Intwbes: A2TENrION JOB :SEE~: ....... at I ; the event you find tlm posmons m The collaborative partners of the Workforce Develolmzent Team sponosrcd this ~,eaR.