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Fire News Wednesday, June 6, 2001 3A Photos by V~ctoda Metcalf and engine from the Plumas National Forest responded to the Quincy incident. Members of the Quincy Fire Department had already extin- but the thick bushes and trees nearby wore also dowsed with water a stray spark had escaped. I Lake Davis chance to win equally $30,000 is free fishing day throughout the state, but on Sunday, June 10, a current fishing li- cense must be displayed. th annual Lake _A5 tg Derby will be r :Urday and Sun- 10, with reg- at 5:30 uarters ing Tree is being Portola Ro- lires a $10 regis- must be regis- to win. Will be worth Quincy firefighter Frank Carey aimed a spray of wa- ter at the spot whore the fire started. Fire burns near QHS Quincy High School shop instructor Wes Stoddard helped put out a fire re- ported behind the shop. According to the incident commander on the scene, Ray Nichol, the cause of the small fire wasn't de- termined. Envelope of valuable family photographs. If found, please call lucky person l; one will be and 50 worth arked with se- "INQUIRE INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" attached with -- California State License P.1.14614 Ut.:rsal fin on the 252 1562 259-3838 1, there will be aSusanvilte Lake Almanor St fish contest,(x) e largest fish, in ing cash prize1 ird5 100 ' $25 each day. ) be brought to cials at any der- tore 5 p m. each .A]l.4FSel" Disp/ ble for'the con- a also win mer- l gifts by catch- /[FTl, tSbt ] perennials a'ked'SPnsredwill withhaVespon-fish'tags teock arden pla ts tt What prizes l t;ub gged fish must 5]/l de oving P n .) derby head- _lghtning Tree tore5 p.m. on qF SSeS " /K///kpO0 S OUldthe prizeS.also be Hard em iums" Clematis ay, June 9, See rows l ere! OpE_N 14.rs., ri., Sat. 9 am- 5 pm |g Center (ork gaFFi tment'285-# .2)_ . Don[ WtHt un!J] ;in c|]]~trgcncy [o I~qct:t ,vo',~r ph.mfl)~:r "faku ;~ ~uw min',~tcs today ek t :ill to talk to t~% "I-hen, ',:}~un you do }];lvC :l ibroblul;i, yotl will kI]C,,V',,' LP', t)L'[O'[C yOU ncud us, Bron,{?bt to )'ott by Plumbi~tH~llingFot,,~ Metal Co. Inc. 283-1605 l.t# te fi r a nt'W notice m,xt ut* ,ld ~3 P,"; 1 2001 WILL YO0 BE MY EYE DOCTOR? We would be happy to be your eye doctor. 86% of children under the age of 6 have never had a vision and eye examination. And more than 5% of children starting kindergarten have an eye or vision problem Please call Drs. Gilman and Gilman for more informa- tion. 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2206 lU i I f I Complete vision and-eye ~are, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and lye examinations, treatment o{ eye disease, calaracl surgery, foreign b(~y removal, threshold visual field analysis, conlact len.~,s, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewearL low vision aids for lhe visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. I-mail : d nt r 1 ftec.ce.ca.u River College (g 0J 2 '2-0202, 291 ORL 154 Beginning Canoeing Glide along glassy waters.., Breathe in fresh air... Take in nature quietly. In this class, you will travel to a natural Northern California lake and have fun learning the skills that will help you control your canoe. Class meets Wed. July 18, 5-8 pro, and Fd.-Sun. July 20-22, returning Sunday evening (I unit). ORL 160 Beginning Backpacking Camping in alpine country gives you that feeling of total freedom. We will hike 2 miles amidst awesome views and peacefu surroundings while learning skills to launch your own expedition in the future. Class meet3 Wed. August 1, 5-8 pm, and FrL-Sun. August 3-5, returning Sunday evening (1 unit). 531