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Bulletin, Progress!ve, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 7, 2010 7B LeCOQ, from.page 6B Patrick LeCoq makes everything in his caf6 by hand, including pastry dough and cold cuts. All his ingredients are fresh; he's very proud of the fact that nothing ever comes from a box. Photo by Linda Satchwell blessings since we've been was learned in Los Angeles." hef'e," Dee said. "We're so Patrick and Dee LeCoq are happy and so home. And we also very involved in support- do what we love to do." ing the community. Patrick was raised in Last week, Plumas District Normandy, France, where he Hospital Volunteers put on a lived on a farm, the youngest benefit, and it was the first of eight children. They had time they offered LeCoq no electricity, no water and picnic baskets, which Dee dirt floors. "Everything they created and filled with ate, they grew," said Dee. "It Patrick's food. The baskets was innate in him; that's all were a hit, much to Dee's he knew." delight. He came to the States in Of their philanthropic 1980, dropped into Los Ange- efforts, she said simply, "We les with no English. Still, he live here, it's only right." Of landed on his feet. He took the community itself she English classes at UCLA and added, "Part of our success is trained as a chef under Rene that it's a reciprocal relation- Robin at La Marmiton in San- ship we have with the com- ta Monica. munity. They know we're He worked with Robin for only here because they 12 years, an invaluable expe- support us. We wouldn't be rience, Patrick said. "Most all here:withoutthem: We'reatl theT00d I in thi td &Ti& : ' .... Artists guild meeting to feature topiary film The Mohawk Valley Artists horticultural wonderland. Guild will meet Tuesday, A short business and infor- April 13, at 7 p.m. at the mational meeting will be held 'Mohawk Community Re- beforethefilm. source Center, on the corner The MVAG is a nonprofit of Highway 89/70 in Blairs- organization that promotes den. The meeting topic will and supports a variety of art be "Topiary as an Art Form." and musical related activities "A Man Named Pearl," an in Plumas County. The guild award winning film, will also is always looking for new be shown. It the inspiringmembers and ideas. story of self-taught topiary For any more information artist Pearl Fryar. Don't or questions, call president miss this glimpse into a Marian Haidat836-1399. Paid Political Adveni~.memt ' Donate Volunteer Organize www.ChristinaBille ciForAssembly.com 530.315.4464 California State Assembly2010 FPPC #1320388 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Chri~na BiBeci to the California State Assembly District 3- 2010 Protect your pet against Heartworm Disease (thru April 30th) Indian Creek Veterinary Clinic Old Arlington Rd., Crescent Mills Call for appointment ... Celebrate with us,,, Wedcling% family event& business meelings, company parties, Family Style Ranch Meals Group Rafts Reservations 1-800-33-HOWDY (530)283-0930 * 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Rd,, Quincy celebrate all the seasons with us at GRAY's. Growing in Plnmas County over 64 years Is here for all 212 Main Gifts Jewelry Cards Old-fashioned soda fountain Educational toys Year round "Christmas Shop" Gifi Certificates 258-2222 220 Main St., Chester Sonshine Flowers: Made-to-order arrangements, plants, pitJSh animals, bath and body, gift ketsi and other gift accessories. St. " Chester, CA 96020 (530) 258-4543 mm mm ~,. your gardening needs .... from seeds and bedding plants, to trees, shrubs, soils, fertilizers and more, Sherri & Sonia are your gardening experts, Ask us about our line of organic products. !uick, Easy & Delicious! The perfect way to celebrate those special occasions 231 Main St., Quincy We accept all competitor coupons 283-5619 Great S~lt * Grtat i~0~ Gnat SOda * Great Look Groat S~lt Great Loo~ Celebrate your special occasion or any day with a beautiful floral arrange! from Gta, Hair Co. Tanning, Clothing Jewelry &Accessories 458 Main St., Quincy 283-3302 6r~r,~l& G.~ I~ Great Stfla Grt*t l.~lt 7 Great Sqls Great look er, call us. I Delicious Party Platters & Freshly Baked Items from our Bakery for every occasion! Special Order Hotline 284-1777 Where we love our plants enough to raise them here Our roots are deep in Plumas County Ouality and Experience Since 1946 41796 Hwy. 70, Quincy Order by Phone Sl ng H0unl: Near Feather River College - We Deliver ~ gon-r~ ~30am~ul01~ Sat 9am-Gpm DRUG STORE * "r'' Florist and Nursery Since 1946 Customized Engraving . Novelty, Wedding and Baby Gifts 41796 Hwy 70 Home Accents Quincy, CA : 530-283-2010 493 W. Main * Quincy 283-0480