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'l12B Wednesday, May 2, 2001 EveNts Bulletin, Progressl~,~ Three Iongtime Caltrans workers were sent off in style, as they celebrated their retirement with friends and family last month in Quincy. Jim Giles, maintenance leadworker from Pulga; Jim Cox, super- visor from Quincy; and Ken Fitch, supervisor at Pulga; were serenaded by two of Cox's daughters, Maggie and Mitzie, as they per- formed their own rendition of "On the Road Again." Dancers, complete with hard-hats and other appro- priate props, gave them a little soft shoe in their send-off. Former Caltrans maintenance supervisor Dave Fitzwater was on hand to lend the festivities and help present the three men with special gifts for their years of service. They each received two clocks and special certificates. 7 : i!i i i:% b;i / Photos by Victoria Metcalf invited to master plan A public hearing on a coun- ty-funded master plan for the establishment of a skate park, and possibly other recreation- al facilities, is being held Tues- day, May 15, at 1:30 p.m. in the board of supervisors' cham- bers in the courthouse. , he purpose of the meeting:- is resent the results of a re' c r t- creation survey con ducted by Land Image of Chico, the master plan devel- opers. Additional public informa- tion will be gathered during the meeting on the prelimi- nary master plan. Ultimately, the options will be the subject of an environ- mental review, prior to adop- tion. Some of the issues under consideration include addi- tional parking, camping areas, recreational facilities, a com- munity center and traffic cir- culation, among other topics. For more information, con- tact Jim Graham at the Plumas County Planning De- partment at 283-6210. I I tain biking, canoeing, caving, telemark skiing, kayaking, tubing and more recreational opportunities find their way into Stock's life. A light potluck begins at 6 p.m.: the presentation follows at 7 p.m. at the Plumas County Library's meeting room on Jackson Street in Quincy. For more information, con- tact Sally Yost at 284-6649, or Judy Buck at 283-4620. "Uncommon Adventures on the Plumas," by Rick Stock, is tonight's presentation at the Plumas Audubon Society pro- gram. O, A recreation leadership in- Dq structor at Feather River Col- lege, Stock is presenting a slide program and sharing sto- ries about his adventures in the wilds. And, his adventures cover a wide range of outdoor-related topics. Rock climbing, moun- LOOK! AWAKE! Holy Spirit Outpourin ls! Great worldwide revivals are everywhere, Some see silver and gold rain falling, This to clothe the Christians in the greater glory and pov,,er of Jesus. In this new glory you'll feel raptured every day. This new new presence of Jesus will be yours. You'll feel peace and have great joy in your life. Many report that the Lord spoke to them that this is a new "Jesus is coming now.". (A Spiritual Coming). PRAY to experience this unfolding glow,,. Read the book; "Jesus is Coming Now' (not physically). Write.--Lyonel Gibson, International Missionary & Christian Workers, Inc., 3611 North Orchard, Fresno, CA 93726 SUBMIT To announce activities or events, mail, fax or release or fact sheet to your local editor. The include the who, what, where, when and why of the name & phone number of a contact person. Oh, who can resist kittens. Here you see three, but there are many more. These are 6 weeks old. .. Please stop by. Makiah is a cross from is a young, Sl female adult. is a great requires a Sweet as she is, no tolerance for Visit our Website at www.r The shelter is in need of blanketS. If you have any spares, please drop For more information call the Plumas Animal Shelter in Quincy at 283-3673. This public service announcement HEAT TRANSFER Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration 81 8 Quincy Junction Road, tO Do the big city businessmen support or Little League teams? Of course not! Local merchants are the same people whO Scoutmasters, Little League Coaches and Volunteers. These merchants donate great deal of effort to building a COmmunity for everyone. hopping locally insures that your money ome to support the things we all need and dollar spent locally is returned many times over. dollars support the local services which daily and your family. Think about it! Do you want supporting activities in some other ...And when was the last time a big city took the local scout troop can] KEEP THE DOLLARS YOU SPEND,,,,SHOP AT