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12A Wednesday, May 7, 201"4 eamer Kwer eu.e;m Group promotes watershed stewardship Eager readers Plumas Corporation held a successful community stewardship project during Earth Day week on Greenhorn Creek. Four volunteers came out during a beautiful spring evening to plant willows and remove noxious weeds, helping to improve riparian habitat and reduce erosion along the creek. The staff at Plumas Corporation thanks the volunteers for their hard work. Community stewardship of the upper Feather River watershed is what the motto "Clean Water Starts Here" is all about. In the spirit of watershed stewardship, Plumas Corporation reminds everyone that the month of May is Watershed Awareness Month. "With the drought in the forefront of everyone's thoughts and fires already beginning in southern California, now is the Volunteers and Plumas Corporation staff (from back to front) Faith and Piers Strailey, Dana Flett, Leslie Mink, Terry Benoit and Kyle Greet work on Greenhorn Creek as part of Earth Day Week events. Photo courtesy Plumas Corporation time to become watershed aware!" say staff. "Do your part to keep our waterways clean, conserve water use and keep your homes fire safe;" For more information on how to conserve water during the drought visit HUGE SELECTION OF MATTRESSES sale UPTO FURNITURE BLOWOUTS . up to 40% OFF Reclining sofas from ....... s699 Recliners from ................. s299 Sofas from ....................... s449 Barstools from ................... S48 All Flooring ON SALE NOW 10-40% OFF Laminate from ......... $1.49 ,. n. Vinyl from ........ , ........... 77 .. r Carpet from ................ JB9 sq. Hardwood from ....... s4.98 sq. ALL ACCESSORIES NOW 10-50% OFF Lamps Pictures Candles Sconces Florals Vases Metal Art Ceramics Mirrors NO IHTEREST WITH PAYMENTS Ann Clemens, left, and Bev McColm browse through the fiction section at the Plumas County Library's quarterly book sale May 2. The sale is put on by Quincy Friends of the Plumas County Library, a local nonprofit that works toward making services for the library better. Much of the nonprofit's fundraising efforts are due to its members. Membership fees are $10 per year or $100 for a lifetime membership. The next book sale will take place Aug. 7 - g. Photo by James Wilson The rhodies are out A blossom-choked stand of magenta rhododendrons graces a lawn in Quincy in late April. Certain species are evergreen and are prized in landscapes for their flowers and foliage. In Nepal, the rhododendron is the national flower: it is edible and enjoyed for its sour taste. When pickled, the flowers can last for months. Rhododendron maximum is the state flower of West Virginia and Rhododendron macrophyllum is the state flower of Washington. Photo by Laura Beaton Take-out lunch Members of the Quincy Community United Methodist Church will host the eighth annual benefit take-out lunch for the QuincY Community Supper on Thursday, May 22, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Caron Chance, of Back Door Catering Co., will prepare lunch, which features smoked turkey and cheese on a croissant, chilled fresh fruit salad, a freshly benefits baked chocolate chunk cookie and a cold bottle of water. Donations are $9. Place lunch orders by Friday, May 16: call 283-1740 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, or email Leave a name, phone number, number of lunches and pickup time. The church is on Jackson Street. Lunches will be ready Community Supper for pickup May 22, between 11 a.m. and I p.m., at the fellowship hall on the corner of Church and High streets. Orders of 10 or more can be delivered. 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