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Illgllq$tN~ ~ Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, April 7, 2010 7A TRAIL from page 6A mentioned were the Pacific, Gas & Electric Co. and the Stewardship Council. The Plumas Association ofJune 2006, which they oper- but also in his community as In discussion about the Realtors installed a new slate ated for three years, well. Stewardship Council, Super- of officers for the 2010 year at With the dramatic changesNew association board visor Thrall said the East its annual dinner gathering confronting the real estate member Cathy Michaels, Shore of Lake Almanor falls held March 17, at Gamboni's industry, they decided tofrom Coldwell Banker under the purview of Plumas Peninsula Grill in Lake A1- join the Lake Almanor Real Kehr/O'Brien's Chester of- County District 2 Supervisor manor. Estate and its national brand fice, joins continuing board Robert Meacher, who cur- Joyce Ruschhaupt, of Pru-with Prudential. members Arlie Holland, also rently sits on that nonprofit's dential Lake Almanor RealRuschhaupt's many ac- with the Kehr/O'Brien team; board of directors. Estate, was installed as the complishments in the trade Catalina Olivo-Segulyev, of "Highway 147 is the biggest association's president. John include certification as an E- Mohawk Valley Associates problem," said about a Mansell, of Town & Country Pro specialist and special as- in Blairsden and Portola; linking trail system withinProperties in Quincy, moved set manager. She is a voting Marlene Boggs, of Prudential the Basin. up to vice-president and Bill member of the California As- California Realty in Truckee McComb of Coldwell Bankersociation of Realtors and vol- and Calpine; A1 Morrison, She also said PG&E has, as part of the Project 2105 Reli- Chandler Real Estate in Por- unteers her time and ser-with Coldwell Banker Chan- censing Settlement Agree- tola assumed the secretary- vices on numerous boards dler Real Estate and David ment, agreed to set aside part treasurer post. and associations. Windle, Cal-Sierra Title oftheland for the trail. Ruschhaupt brings an ex- Jay Sabelman was hon- Company, who represents "It's going to be a big job tensive background of expe- ored as the 2009 Realtor of the affiliate membership on with that piece of it," Thrall rience to the new post. She the Year. Nominated by his the board. added, began her career in Fresno, peers in the association, the Mark Smith of Summit Concurring, John Sheehan with London Properties Ltd. selection is made based on Business Advisors in Graea- said, "The Holy Grail is the She and her husband, Bryce, the member who has distin- gte vas inducted as a new ability to market a looped moved to Lake Almanor andguished himself in service member of the association trail around the lake." opened London Properties in not only to the association, that evening as well. Carol Yeater (left), former chairperson for Region II of the Califor- nia Association of Realtors, installed Joyce Ruschhaupt asflhe 2010 president of the Plumas County Association of Realtors. Almanor Railroad history The current 13-mile rail line runs from the Collins Pine Mill in west Chester, along the causeway and north shore of Lake Almanor to a connection with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway at the Clear Creek Junction. The Collins Company pur- chased the line from the Grande Ronde Lumber Com- pany and incorporated the rail line as the Almanor Rail- road Sept. 15, 1941. The rail line was originally built in 1931 by the Red River Lumber Company, which op- erated a private electric log- ging railroad from Westwood to Chester. The first route was approx- imately three miles longer than that used by the Collins Company over the years. Next steps A final question raised was about who owns the rever- sionary rights: the corridor to the rail line? Hardy said he would take the lead in seeking answers relating to ownership of the entire rail corridor, whether or not the rail banking op- ti'0n still exists and more abot Ithe STB process op- lions. By the close of the meeting no decisions had been made as to which agency would take the lead in the endeavor and no work groups were es- tablished. The next meeting date will be announced. Tim O'Brien receives his past-president's pin and recognition for his service to the Plumas Coun- ty Association of Realtors from incoming president Joyce Ruschhaupt. The annual installation of officers was held March 17 at Gamboni's Grill at Lake Almanor. Photos submitted Zi Gamma enjoys St. Patrick's meal Zi Gamma Zeta held its tra- ditional Saint Patrick's Day dinner March 17, at Helen Shaver's, with LuRue Mc- Carthy as co-host. All members and mem- bers' spouses were Irish for the evening. With all the green, it appeared the lucky leprechauns had landed in Plumas County. With the traditional meal of corned beef and cabbage, taters, carrots and many ex- tras, the meal was a great success. Helen's bread pudding Thank You to the Donors for Our Annual Easter Egg Hunt Matt Warren Photography Sav-Mor Foods The Toy Store Forest Office Equipment Carey Candy Company Plumas Bank Dollar Tree Store Epilog Books All the Best Video The Polka Dot Feather Publishing La Sierra Lanes Papa Murphy's Soroptimist International of Quincy Your contributions made it a fun family event. with sauce atop was a nice treat. LaRue's tasty soda bread was appreciated as al- ways. With a nice green table set- ting and wonderful friends, all had a great time. Paint is the most cost-effective way to protect & beautify Your Home Interior:& Exterior Environ n ( -friendly 20 ye s experience in Plumas & Sierra counties Serving homeowners, business owners, landlords, 836-1339 CA Lic. IF m I I I I I I I I I I I off Jay Sabelman (left} is all smiles as he accepts the 2009 Realtor of the Year Award from outgoing president Tim O'Brien. 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