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From Page Olin 9, tions lining up.sid 3Jk "I think we've said it," Long parking and green grass forthe area, is concerned about Director Jim Boland said he is between Pioneer said, referring to why theyparking, the time it's taking to approve in favor of the facility being le- the fairgrounds fa- don't want that area devel-Further considering the a site for a skate park. cated next to Pioneer Park. uirements for oped. "We want to go the green land's use for a skate park, DeSelle said he supports a In considering a parcel of of the skate and clean and neat path in the Long said the fair board isn't skate park on the proposed lo- land offered by former resident deemed suitable bylong run." interested in approving a plan cation on Fairgrounds Road.Ralph Wittick, Boland had sev. who Long said he was also con- that only benefits Quincy. As a Rotarian and parent Greg eral reasons why that site the site, and by cerned about what will ulti- board, they have the needs-of Gilman said his primary goal wasn't the best location. AI- for accessibility mately happen if the skate two counties to consider, is to find a suitable location for though it is adjacent to the to the public park is approved on that piece Long's real concern focuseschildren to skateboard, pool, the parcel offered is dfltl- of land. on the use of the land at the Gilman said they're not al-cult to access. however, was "It's not compatible with fairgrounds. "Every time lowed to use the area around choice with what we want to use that land somebody wants a piece of the the courthouse, they have been Another Who expressed con-for," Long said. fairgrounds, are we going to ousted from the former One Tim Ball, prevention coordl- aoise and addition- At this stage, and with itshave to go through this?" he Stop station in East Quincy, hater for the Plumas County own master plan development, asked, and they are cited if they use Alcohol and Drug program, members of the the fair board intends to use Director Carol Viscarra said the parking area at the Plumes and members of the Plumas expressed concernsthe site for additional parking she couldn't support a planPines Shopping Center. Youth group have pitched an- up what they see and camping, that is gender-biased toward Gilman said these kids are other solution. remaining expan- According to Fair Board boys. She contended that few interested in skateboardingBall wants to obtain county saidthey would President Mike Beatty, the girls are really interested in and need a place they can go support to have the old Ar- Image present- board's goal is to remove park- skateboarding, where they can skateboard mory, located in East Quincy a ing from inside the fair- Director Pat Roarty said she without fear ofbelng evicted, next to the Little League fields grounds, and move camping fa- is concerned about the long He said the place could be and across from the Sheriff's voted unani- cilities to areas outside therange need for the property. As popular enough that parentsDepartment, transferred over both proposals main grounds to lessen conges- a representative from Lake AI- from other areas would be will- to A&D. Land Image, and tion during peak use. manor, she pointed out thating to drive their kids to the If this happens, Ball will in a letter to One of the important loca- the fairgrounds is designed to Quincy location. They are now seek a grant to renovate the ra- tions for these plans is the benefit the entire county, taking them to Chlco and other cility for a youth center. is tentatively eight-acre parcel the fair-While none of the directorsareas for just that purpose. Basketball courts already ex. in the board of grounds has traditionally used spoke out against a skate park, The site adjacent to Pioneer ist in the building, Ball said. in the court- for parking and camping. Beatty said it would be better Park is the ideal place, accord. And with a little remodeling, In evaluating Land Image's located at Gansner Park, or on ing to Gilman. It is centrally more facilities could be offered two proposals for design ele- the land offered for the pur- located, has high visibility, to the county's young people-- merits of the parcel, Long said pose adjacent to Pioneer Pool. and checks out with workable including room for a skate Long has at- he anticipates a third sugges- plans from Land Image's deter, park. Ball said st .Idents pre- Public meetings tion being presented to the Rotary Input minations, sented their idea to Supervisor Image, and fol- board of supervisors. This rec- DeSelle, representing Quin- of the ommendation should present cy Rotary factions interested =om Imra onm Ken Nelson, who voiced his park. an alternative that allows for in sponsoring a skate park for Central Plumes Recreationsupport for the plan. PG&E will present two in- formational opportunities in Plumas County next week. Lisa Randle, spokeswoman for the organization, said that PG&E representatives will ap- pear before the board of super- visors on Tuesday, May 15, and will host a community meeting in Chester the follow- Ing evening, Wednesday, May 16. The time for the PG&E pre- sentation had not been eetab- lished at press time, but the time will be posted on the su- pervisors' agenda when it is released this Friday, or may be obtained Friday by calling 28 6170. The Chester meeting has been scheduled for 7 p.m., at the Chester Memorial Hall. The public is invited to attend. Randle said PG&E wlshes to provide a "summer 2001 out- look," and will discuss recre- ation, energy conservation and other issues. Jx i? :~ rio IO a.m.-3 p.m. Open to the public, Christ of Latter 55 Bellamy Lane, Methodist Church, Thursday at noon. Group. Women meeting in a safe, comfortable, confidential environment to share their stories and support each other through change. Every Thursday, noon to 1:30 p.m., 591 Main St. (behind Feather River Bulletin). For more info call 283-5515. Lions Club, meet at Moon's, Quincy, noon. For more info, call 283-5127. N-Anon Family Group, 5:30 p.m., United Methodist Church Fellowship hall, Quincy. For fami- lies and friends of alcoholics. Pistol Shoot, sponsored by Quincy Sport Shooting Assoc., Gopher Hill site, 6 p.m. Troop 130, 7 p.m., Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 283- 3218. Reese St., Quincy. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8p.m. Methodist Church, Jackston St., upstairs in back, Quincy. Blble Study Fellowehlp, 10 a.m. Mountain View Manor community room. 283-1558. Infant Massage class. For parents Quincy Explorers, 7 p.m., Church- & pre-crawling babies, expectant of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Call 283-3218. NA, 7 p.m., Methodist Church, Quincy. PRS-WlC. Supplemental foods and nutrition education for children parents and caregJvers. 9:30-10:30 a.m., Saturdays at Therapeutic Solutions, 230 Main St., Quincy (Dunn's Coffee Shop building). No charge. Call Jays Bruce, 284-7638. Feather River Grange No, 440 Reese St., Quincy. AA, Graeagle Community Hall (upstairs), 8 p.m. Health Clinic Plumes County Health Department, Courthouse Annex. For more information, 283- 6330. 8a.m.-noon; 1p.m.-4:30 p.m. WeigM Watchers. Weekly meet- ing. Quincy Methodist Church, basement of Fellowship Hall. Weigh-in at 5 p.m., meeting at 5:30 p.m. AI-Anon, noon, at Crisis Resource Center. More w o, 283-4265. Amerlcan Leglon, Dewey L Soroptimist IntemMIonal of Oulr /, Methodist Church, noon. AWANA Program for kkds, 3 yfs to 6th grade, Every Tuesday 8 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Meadow Valley Church. 283-4237 for kdo. " Alcoholics Anonymous, Book Study, 7 p.m., upstalm at the Unitld Methodist Church, Quincy. Board of Sq.mdmm,: 10 8.m., Courthomm, Quay. 10 a.m. Fire four Tuemmya Of monm. It Christ Re .............. under 5 years and pregnant/nurs- pancake breakfast, 8-10 MeElroy and Gtange. l, 55 W. Mwo+SI.,; , O0:WIC- Quint. Tickets available at the Lawrence St., Quincy. more 248 Main St, Oldney 251-6406. 545 LawTence St., Quincy. a.m.;Worship 283-0254. 4093. .Every Tuesday. door. Second Saturday of each infocal1283-3918andleavesme 1-800-WIC.4003. a.m, Saturdays, Sunday: Worship 10:00 a.m., Feather River 4-H, meets 7 p.m., month, sage. Wmnwl dl. Christrian Education 9:00 a.m. Quincy Grange Hall, visitors wel- Quincy Reading Group, BOOK- support Tmlodwl, 5:,10 Church of CIIdst come; second Thursdays. Sunday, May 13 SHELF, 373 Main St, Quincy. 7:00 p.m., PRS olfimm, 248 Main for ionary Bsl iat 283-1191, P.O. Box 628, Quincy. NgA (National Rifle Associ ). 7 NA, 7 p.m., book study, Drug and p.m. Second Monday of eveff more infommlion call 2 1-5675. is, Pastor; 283- Sunday, 10-11 a.m. Bible Study; 11 p.m., Portola Station, 171 Gulling Alcohol Building, Courthouse month. CslNOmlt Woewlt M l'kMllrt at 171 Redburg &m.-12 p.m., Worship Service; 6-7 St., Portola. (Baptist Church). Annex, Quincy. Tosstmnterl InternMiontl, TGru Hllll, Qtdnoy, Ind p.m., Bible Study. Friends/spouses welcome. Second Trap Shoot, sponsored by Quincy American Valley ToutmastO ll, ==us Christ Wednesday, 7-8 p.m., Bible Study. Thursdays. , Sport Shooting Assoc., Gopher Hill 6:30-7:30 p.m., 159 Lawrence 'SIIIntl PAW VIIkty site, 1 p.m. For more information Quincy, in the Plurnas Natto .. WldMtdly, 111 Isbell. 283- CommunityChuroh Friday, May11 cal128 .1145. EveffotherSun(lay. Forest's conference ruom (use moe G Mem '--'y ,10&m,4p.m. entrance). For information, 8nd7-gp.m.Wed ,opent) ent meeting 10 Pastors Terry Adidns and Curt Senior Bowling League, men's Beeson. 283-4259. Box 60, and women's. La Sierra Lanes, Monday, 14 3526. Second and fourth Mondl the of Juul Chd Meadow Valley, 95956. Services Ouincy. Wednesday and Friday. Rotary Club, Mineral Building, f/dr- MsImn8 Lodge #60 the of Lalter Day Saintl, 55 NA, 7 p.m., the Drug and Alcohol grounds, noon. God Monday of each monlh It Lane, Quklcy. 9:30 a.m. Church office 353 Jackson St, Qu, 'y. FAX: 283-3860. e-mail: pestorta@peln.com Fellowship 7 First St., E. 208, Quincy, services at and 6:00 Bible at 1:00 Building at the Courthouse Annex.. AA, noon, Crisis Resource Center. 283-4265. AA, 8 p.m., United Methodist Church, Jackson St., Quincy. on Sunday: discussion to Jesus) for kids of all NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, Masonic Haft, 6:30 dimw, $ p.m. meeting. MW +s Boy T-mop #111, 11."304 p:m., OES, IcoutmsIt , Miirm Byme, (H); p.m. Church at Study Quincy Friday, May 11 p.m. Pastor Tony Lang. 283-9737. Perry and Terri Bertocchi P.O. Box 1048, Quincy Saturday, May12 Sunday, May 13 95971. Offices upstairs above Seventh Day AdventiM, Bible Orin and Unda Oison, David and VIw Dr,, Ouklcy. Welldy. Quincy Post Office. Services Study, 9:30 a.m.; Worship service, Carol Ann Brigham Tlmrldly, lilly 10 Canwell, held at Vets Hail, Lawrence 11 Lm., Fellowship Hall, 2333 Pine Tue lay, May 15 Beth GHrnan, Mike Smith, Reneo won1 l'S, Ls LInN, 282 Jackson Street., Sunday 10:30 a.m. John E. and Joyee Lighthill OUill , and Fddly. 766, Quincy St., Quincy. 28,%3092. SIrMt Wodn Miy, ll flll r. III 11 HIIIIII PMnlII Couflly St John's CMholic NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, Tim and Susan Gerol Dorothy Ippedtco, David SIt 0e, Father Andrew A. Koziczuk. M. Gray, Jlnntflr Pricl, Und8 176 Lawrence St., 283-0890, Brennan, Kimmel P.O. Box 510, Quincy, 95971. (urdey, May 12 Our Savior Lutheran Talz6 Pastor David Olson. 283- for a few 4748. Church & High Sts., a Wodd of can- P.O. Box 1396, Quincy, music. Come 95971. Sunday worship, as long as 10:30 a.m. P.m. Christ The Redeemer liat@mail.com, of Indian Valley Churoh (EMC) Foos, minister, 284-6317 Meet at First Lutheran, 120 SWells. Bush St., Greenville. Holy Quincy, 95971. Communion, Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Hair Ce. .... - Lori LOGS, Jennifer Tum , Ken 0 Sunday, M,,'y 13 Local Weather Emily Adkins, Tony Gilman, Hulm Co.rmmlml Anm0c For morn irdmmattm, 21 - (1330. 9-11:30 &m.; 12:30,5 p.m, umry wltcllool Imlv Will, 10".30;11 &nt, for 3. to 5-ye oldl, / w=n Vl y ToUm=w= Of Lake Almanor ?Current .4479.46 - 774,595 1Yeer Ago 4489.77 - 1,030,225 Bucks I.ake ?Current .... 5130.50 - 60,757 1 yearAgo .5145.26 - 84,718 *Elevation oba~ sea level in ft. **Woter ~n acre feet. fMoy 7, 2001 24, 2OOO Woodhaven Residential .Care Home For The Elderly Providing a secure, carefree residence for seniors who can no longer safely live at home. Doreene Wood, LVN, Administrator 283-3538 Lic. #325000118 Forecasts: Call the National Weather Sl /iCe, (53o) 1-5m3 or www.plumasnews.com FEATHER RIVER DISPOSAL, INC. 1166 Industrial Way Quincy, CA 95971 I mmmmmm Rum= County, noon-1 p.m., MaY 4 . Unitod ttShodlat Church, NamnS.J0m.,JmmaVma r"t J dmon St., Kerry O,W,y, ontmn=e Jn beck. till Tutldly, lily 15 Tanah Braswell, Jim I.ledin, Jack at 2113-.3526. Ranagan, Donna Tum , Della BIMeMudy, teen, adultmdjunim' Fraddin, Ev Bey, John D, FrazW, Im CIM'ch, 7 p.m. study, at Jonah md Robert Wood, Sue/Um Walter 1". S ms, Tara M 3dm, Weir=de/, UW m D0n W, EVoy, Cm aWrY, Madden, Mike Mwgwll Munoz' house, 2e3.1e0o. 7 p.m.. 7 p.m.,