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8A Wednesday, May 20, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Christian school principal to retire after 27 years Plumas Christian School is bidding farewell to its principal John Sturley, who has decided to retire after 27 years at the school. A barbecue and contra dance sponsored by PCS Parent-Teacher Fellowship is planned for Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Shea ranch off Chandler Rd. Those who wish to attend can RSVP to Tina Robinette at 283:0415 for details. John Sturley and his wife Laurie Sturley arrived in Quincy from Alto Loma in 1988 with three young children, three horses and two dogs. At that time the school was completing its second year of operation, and offered only grades K-6. Chet Crane, a friend of the Sturleys, was the first principal. "We visited the Cranes and said, 'Someday we're going to move to our own Quincy,'" said Laurie. Crane, who decided to move to the east coast, contacted the Sturleys in the spring of 1988 and asked John if he was interested in the position, but he had already signed a contract to teach the following year at a school in southern California. A different principal was hired for PCS, but the position opened again last-minute. A month before school started, John asked his current administrator if Students, teachers, and staff gather outside the new Plumas Christian School building in 1988 to hear the bell rung for the first time. Photos submitted he could be released from his teaching contract. She told him she would never stand in the way of something God wanted to do, and said she was sure God would provide another fourth-grade teacher in his place. "We threw the family in the van and camped in the kindergarten room, because we'd spent all our money on our gas," Laurie recalled. "We interviewed on a Tuesday, got hired Tuesday evening, and were at a PCS booth at the county fair on Wednesday." A teaching replacement for John arrived a week before school started. "When I look back on our 27 years here, what stands out is the fit that Quincy was right away," said Laurie. "It was just such a comfortable shoe, and an exciting adventure. After 27 years, John's worn every hat there is. He'd go the extra mile with each student. When the kids think of John, they will think of the fact that he cared for them--he was invested in them." "When I first started teaching in 1992, John watched my four-year-old son Charlie in his office so I could teach," said math teacher Chris Heinbockel" Terry Adkins, chairman of the PCS board, said, "John's hopeful optimism, team spirit, sacrifice and endurance have left a God-glorifying legacy." Terry expressed thanks for John "pouring out his heart for the students in our community---our kids." "John embodies the perfect balance of commitment to excellence, love for children, and excitement for life," said Graham Shoo, a 2002 John, Laurie, and their daughter Teddy in 1988, the year they arrived in Quincy. alumnus. "He helped me shape 13 wonderful years of school to pave the way for wherever I wanted to go afterward. "Honestly, college was almost a letdown after PCS. John also led several of my friends to faith in Christ, and the impact of that is now benefiting their families. I'm sad to see him retire, but so thankful for his amazing legacy." John's daughter Teddy Sturley (class of 2005) remarked, "As we think of our dad's career at PCS, one thing that comes to mind is his passion for a Christian education firmly rooted in the Bible. We saw him live this out both at home and at work as a genuine man of integrity, wisdom, and self-sacrifice." John plans to work full-time as pastor of Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship. He has taken up an interest in fishing and hunting as a result of a home-school survival class he has taught at PCS this year. Shannon Little, a current teacher at PCS, will replace him as principal. PUBLIC NOTICES MINING CLAIM MAINTENANCE FEES DUE To: Gerald M. Randall and Joan 1". Randall, partial mining claim owners of Genesee III UPI, CAMC 281277, formerly of 9 Retail Rd 8161 Dayton, NV. This is a notice that the performance of the assessment work for 2014 has been com- pleted and the payment of the maintenance fees for 2015 has been completed and you have not contributed a proportionate share of the assessment work for 2014 or the maintenance fees for 2015. Please contact M. Hammond; .2.t883, =: Prospect St, Hayward, CA 94541. Published FRB Feb. 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13, 20, 2015 Sheriff's property sale Sheriff's Sale Under Foreclosure (CCP 701.540) Levying Officer File No.: 2014000684 Solano County Superior Court Court Case No.: FFL107232 Date: 4/28/2015 Plaintiff: David B. Schecter. Defendant: Dianne Duardo. Under a Writ'of Execution issued out of the above court on 11/06/2014, on a judgment rendered on 10/18/2010 for the sum of $91,783.00, I have levied upon all the rights, title, claim and interest of the judgment debtor(s), David B. Schecter, in the real property, in !h e County of Plumas, described as follows: Physical Address: 278 Snowshoe Lane, Little Grass Valley, CA 95981 APN Number 003-470-003. Minimum Bid (if applicable): 91,783.00. PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS SHOULD REFER TO SECTIONS 701.510 to 701.680, INCLUSIVE, OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE FOR PROVISIONS GOV- ERNING THE TERMS, CONDITIONS, AND EFFECT OF THE SALE AND THE LIABILI- TY OF DEFAULTING BIDDERS. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in lawful money of, the United States, all the rights, title and interest of said judgment debtor(s) in the above described property, or so much there- of as may be necessary to satisfy said exe- cution, with accrued interest and costs on: May 27, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. At 1400 E. Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971. Directions to the property location can be obtained from the levying officer upon oral or written request. Gregory Hagwood, Sheriff-Coroner /s/C. Shannon, Sheriff's Authorized Agent. Liens may be present which may or may not survive this levy. Attorney: Jean-Pierre Rushing dba Interwest Judgment Recovery. Name of Court: Solano County Superior Court, P. O. Caller 5000, Fairfield, CA 94533, Fairfield. Levying Officer: Plumas County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff's Civil Division, 1400 E. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971; (530) 283-6348, FAX: (530) 283-6344. Published FRB May 6, 13, 20, 20151 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEANG APPLICATION FOR MUSIC FESTI- VAL BELDEN TOWN RESORT & LODGE 14785 BELDEN TOWN RD. BELDEN, CA 95915 The Plumas County Board of Supervisors will be holding a public hearing on the fol- lowing matter on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 at 10:15 a.m. in the Board of Supervisor ' Room 308, Courthouse, Quincy, California. An Outdoor Music Festival application has been received from Paul Plescov for the fol- lowing event to occur at the Belden Town Resort and Lodge: "Stilldream" JULY 31st through AUGUST 3rd, 2015 The Board will take public input and com- ments about this event, and may impose conditions appropriate for the permit. For further information on this festival and the above hearing please contact: Jim Graham, Plumas County Public Works at (530) 283-6169. Written comments should be mailed to: Jim Graham, Plumas County Public Works Department, 1834 East Main Street, Quincy, California 95971. Publication: FRB - May 20, 2015 Published FRB May 20, 20151 Protest Hearing The Board of Directors of the East Quincy Services District will hold a Protest Hearing on June 18, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. atthe District offices located at 179 Rogers Ave., East Quincy, California. The purpose of this public hearing is to present the rates for water and sewer charges for 2015-2016, and adoption of the Schedules of Water Supply System Charges and Sewer System Charges, which are necessary to fund Distdct operations. The Schedule of Water Supply System Charges is based upon the metered water consumption for the various classifications of water consumers. The Schedule of Sewer System Charges is based upon the sewer treatment costs charged by Quincy Community Services District and average non- irrigation water consumption for the various classes of wastewater system user. The monthly charges will be as follows. They are all based on a aA" meter size. Monthly Water System Base Use Charges with a 4% Rate Increase User Classification Single Family Residence $27.96 (6,000 gal.) Multi-family Residence Unit $66.24 (20,000 gal) (4 unit example) Small Commercial Unit $22.21 (3,000 gal.) Large Commercial Unit $27.96 (6,000 gal.) All classes - per 1000 gal. $1.92 For water over the base use amount Quincy CSD volumetric charge Per 1,000 gallons $2.03 Monthly Sewer System Charges with a 15% Rate Increase User Classification Single Family Residence $55.49 Multi-family Residence Unit $221.96 (4 unit example) Small Commercial Unit $28.18 Large Commercial Unit $55.49 All interested persons are invited to be present and to be heard at said hearing. Anyone who seeks to challenge the decisions of the Board of Directors in court with respect to these mat, ters may be limited to raising only those issues raised at the public hearing described in the notice, or in wdtten correspondence delivered to the District at, or prior to the public hearing. A copy of the Water and Sewer Revenue Program and the proposed Charge Schedules are available for inspection at the District office at 179 Rogers Street, East Quincy, during normal business hours. If you have any questions,.please contact the District Engineer, Daniel B. Bastian at (530)-836-2644. Dated: May 5, 2015 Shawneen Howe, District Secretary Published FRB, May 13, 20, 20151 Club hosts ham. radio training The Plumas County Amateur Radio Club is holding a Ham Cram event Saturday, June 13, at Feather River College. in the Allied Health Building. Beginning at 8 a.m., club members will present a cram session for those interested in becoming a technician-certified amateur radio operator. " Testing for all levels will begin at i p.m. in the Allied Health Building. Ham radio operators help communicate in disasters and in events such as bike races, marathons, and a variety of other events. For more information, please contact Judy Mahan at 616.06,,/9ii:i :: : ..... ., ,":' ...... : .......... All-You-Can-Eat Ribs&Chicken Fridays from 5-8:30pm (Salmon and Veggie Kabobs w/reservations) Bonfire Sing-A-Long with S'Mores! Horseshoe Tournaments, Swimming Horseback Rides 10am & 3pro Wagon Rides Start at 6pro ...... ........... ' F.iyFishing Clinic .... June 28th, July 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th Reservations Appreciated! 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Road, Quincy www.greenhomranch.com *BBQs thru 9-26-14 lO miles east ofQuincy Sip & Smol:e Whiskey and Cigar Tasting Three top.shelf whiskes, two and food served around the Horseshoes, Cornhole, Chipping Contests Door Prize! bar&grill  .... s PLUMA PNES 402 POPLAR vALLEY RD., GRAEAGLE NEWSMAKER Air Force Airman Britny M. Kerr graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air ',Force cove: -tues, physie fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Kerr is the wife of Anthony Tognietti. She is also the daughter of Katherine and James Kerr of Chico, granddaughter of Lor Rheba of Alameda, and niece of Jennifer Kidd of Alemeda, Dennis and Louise Garrison of Palm Springs, and Louis Thomas of Quincy. The airman graduated in 2012 from Champion Christian School, Chico. Prolne Comity in Mumas & Sk'm Counes! 65 East Sierra Ave, Portola 530-832-1252 Very Competively Priced No delivery fees, statement fees, or hidden costs. "We Live Local, We Shop Local, We Support Local"