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10A Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Feather River Bulletin Loving memory Janice Bonnett (left) and Linda Lee hold the second in a series of Relay For Life quilts Bonnett created in memory of her brother, Mark Whitney, whose love for tennis shoes, Hawaiian shirts, flamingos, shades and cruising inspired the pink and purple flamingo- themed quilts. Lee brought Whitney's 1965 Olds Cutlass convertible to life with added detail. Bonnett's and Lee's relay team, North Fork Flamingo Ohana, are selling tickets before and during the Plumas County Relay For Life event, June 23 - 24, at the Feather River College track. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Photo by Mona Hill CRM meeting, tour set Plumas Corporation, Feather River Coordinated Resource Management (CRM) group will hold its annual spring tour Thursday, June 7. The tour will visit both completed and pro- posed watershed restoration project sites in the Upper Feather River watershed. Tour participants are asked to meet at the Plumas Corpora- tion office parking lot, next to Gansner Airport on Highway 70 in Quincy, at 8:30 a.m. Car- pooling will be coordinated and the group will depart at 9 a.rn. The tour will be a full day, and participants are asked to bring their own lunch an,d water, dress appropriately (hiking boots, hat, jacket) and be ready for unpredictable weather. The Feather River CRM spring steering committee meeting will be held the day before the tour, Wednesday, June 6 at 9 a.m. at the Feather River College library in Quincy. For more information or to RSVP for the tour, contact Gia Martynn at 283-3739, ext. 107. EARTHSCAPES VINYL COMPARE SALE Silver .... $2.99 ..... |.49,o r arra,, a..,n, Gold .... $3.99 ..... S|. 5ro,ro.,30o..m, Platinum $4. 99..... 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MONDAY-FRIDAY :  8:30-5:30 10-5 La-Z-Boy Recliner: Carol Taylor Englander Queen Set: Richard Kemp s250 Gift Ceil f cate Ashley Parker Room of Carpet: Clarence & Jackie Trlpp Ashley Recllner: Ada Darrow Youth invited to 'Capture the Flag' The Thrive Quincy Youth Development Project kicks off Friday, June 8, at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair- grounds. This opening event, a free evening of glow-in-the- dark "Capture the Flag," is an icebreaker for future events, including robotics, art displays, sculpture, photography, sustainability projects ,and, emergency preparedness as part of "Innovation Games." Participants will divide into two teams that will skulk and sneak around buildings and bushes to close in on the opposing team's flag. In this event, strategy and coopera- tion are all. Sponsored by a grant from the state's 4-H Youth Develop- ment Program, the event is one of a series that challenges youth with games, design, art, critical thinking and creativity. Participation is free and open to anyone between the ages of 9 and 15. The action begins at 7:30 p.m. at the fair- grounds and ends at 10. For more information, contact Sara Frigo, sfrigo@ or Lucia Biunno, To be a parent volunteer, call Frigo at 283-0118 or Biunno at 283-6173, visit Thrive Quincy on Facebook or go to thrivequincy. " Space still available for B,Jck.,. Lake camp Plumas-Sierra 4-H still has deposit holds a spot. The space for 30 kids at its 16th annual summer camp at Bucks Lake. "We have about 35 kids signed up, but we need help to get at least 30 more children," said program representative Lucia Biunno. The camp caters to kids 9 - 15 years old and runs Wednesday, July 11, through Sunday, July 15. Children need not be 4-H members to participate. Cost is $225; scholarships and payment plans are avail'able. A $100 balance is due by June 22. Campers participate in team activities, healthy choices, tobacco prevention education, canoeing, swim- ming, crafts, hikes, fishing, skits and other fun pursuits. 4-H teen members organize the camp wRh volunteer adult oversight. Adult volun- teers are needed and may participate at no cost. Contact Biunno at 283-6173 or (800) 298-6334 for more in- formation or an application. Call before cutting wood Effective June 1, people with personal use woodcut- ting permits for the Plumas National Forest must check daily fire indices by calling (800) 847-7766 to learn if woodcutting is allowed. A recorded message will Need help REPLACING or REPAIRING: DOORS TRIM WIIDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 28:3-2035 notify woodcutters if the next day is "hoot-owl" (no cutting after 1 p.m.), open all day (no restrictions) or no wood- cutting allowed that day. Woodcutters should call before 4:30 p.m. on the day they plan to cut as the message for the following day is updated at about that time. For other Plumas National Forest information, visit or call 283-2050. Elks dinner The Quincy Elks Lodge No. 1884 will host a dinner June 19 to benefit community youth sports programs. The dinner runs 5:30 - 8 p.m. The menu is "Mama Jean's Indian Tacos." Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids 6 and under:. Check