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12A Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Feather River BiJIletin Pay your taxes, p@ y taxes Singing "Pay your taxes, pay your taxes" to the tune of "Frere Jacques," a dozen citizens stage a tax protest Friday, April 20, in front of the Chevron station in Quincy. Upset by corporations who make huge profits and pay their executives enormous salaries but pay few or no taxes, organizer Leslie Mink, of Quincy, presented tax "bills" to Chevron, Bank of America and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. The organizers said they support local workers of these companies, but think the corporations need to pay their fair share. The protest drew participants from Quincy, Eastern Plumas and Indian Valley. Photos by Delaine Fragnoli Take a walk through our greenhouses ... And see what we've been growing for you! Fully Acclimated Bedding Plants $299 s2100 They're ready to gol 6 pk Pansies, Violas, Petunias, Snapdragons, Dianthus, Alyssum .... and moreE ONION SETS Standard Garlic $99 Elephant Garlic $2 9 2 varieties ~ bare root ~ ever-bearing STRAWBERRIES Russell Seed POTATOES:d0 Yukon Gld Sla? B,u, BLACKBERRIES  LOGANBERRIES S 95 Thornhss ~ 2-yr-old 14 2 gal BLUEBERRIES $109s 4 varieties ~ 4-yr-old . ,e 5 gal RASPBERRIES $1t'9s 2-yr-old . v I gal Organic FINGERLING SEED POTATOESI French Rose Finn Banana $4900 2,Year-Old Bare Root Asparagus $149m1$1A99 ea I'1t '1' doz INTERESTS, SEEDS StartJn S 179 Highest qualily of organic certified gourmet varieties with no GtOs Time To Fertilize YourLawn People and Pet S ! service florist , I I forevery i: i | occasion, r.: | Our roots are deep In Plumas County Quality & Experience Since 1946 Where we love our plants enough to raise them here Full Service Florist  Don't forget, we deliver! 41796 Hwy. 70. Quincy i  Open: Mon..Fd.: 8".30am. $:30pm Near Feather River College 283-2010  s=. 9,,m. Spin Closed Sun. i TRI-TIP DINNER Saturday, May 5, 2012 3-6:30pm $10 per ticket Pioneer Park Pavillion For tickets call 530-966-4466 Fairgrounds Rd., Quincy 2 12 OPENING DAY FRIDAY,  kPRIL 27 Whitehavvk Ranch Golf Club April 27. May 24 Play All Day s95 Located 6 miles south of Graeagle on Highway 89 1,800-332-4295 530-836-0394 Have you seen THE FEATHER RIVER BULLETIN online? BREAKING NEWS BUSINESS WEATHER CLASSIFIED ADS SPORTS REAL ESTATE Adult vac :lne st,)ppecl Whooping cough (pertus- sis) reached epidemic levels in California during 2010, and in response, the California Department of Public Health expanded its vaccination pro- gram to educate and provide greater immunization avail- ability. Particular attention has been focused on protecting babies under 1 year of age, who are those most adversely affected by pertussis infec- tion. There has been an opportunity to protect these infants by providing free Tdap .vaccine (tetanus, diptheria and pertussis) to close family members to re- duce disease transmission. This preventative approach of "cocooning" by vaccinat- ing close contacts has been highly effective, anti is strongly encouraged. The Plumas County Public Health Agency continues to provide pertussis vaccina- tions to children younger than 19 years old. However, due to budgetary restraints going forward, it will not be able to provide the pertussis vaccine to adult family mem- bers. Health staff encourage patients to contact local health care providers and pharmacies to receive adult Tdap (pertussis) vaccina- tions. Contact the Pub]ic Health Agency at 283-6330 for further information. Open Until May 20i,:: To send a legal: To send an advertisement: ezrBit,as