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16. Wednesday, June 9, 2010 Feather River Bulletin L'Y TIE v. ... on all LA-Z-BO Y, LANE and recliners! Choose from 120 stock recliners! FATHER'S DAY IS JUNE 20TH LA-Z-BOY BEST SELLING RECLINER OUW Price... LESS =" SO TIE.. , ROBBINS WILL GIVE YOU THE SALE PRICE WHEN YOU TRADE IN THAT UGLY TIE! O LA-Z-BOY SLIM LINE TWEED FABRIC RECLINER O LANE LARGE ROCKER RECLINER W/CHAISE, IN 3 COLORS LANE REAL COMFORT IN A ROCKER/RECLINER W/THICK CHAISE " 599 " 1199 " 1149 PR/CE .... e PRICE... PRICE... e LESS LESS "=" SO " SO =,* in ,,. =, TIE.. 8V TIE.. O O O LANE GLIDER RLINER W/NAIL FLEKRIrlSL ROCKER/RELINER FLEXr]EL HIDH LEG RSCLINER HEAD TRIM, COVERED IN COVERED IN ALL TOP GRADS LEATHER. W/CLAW FEET AND COVERED IN LEATHER LOOKING FABRIC COMFORT YOU MUST TRY. ALL TOP GRADE, SHADED LEATHER. Need a dual reclining sofa or reclining Ioveseat? Robbins has 43 pieces in $100 on each piecel LANE HEAVY DUTY DUAL RECLINING SOFA W/DROP DOWN TABLE FLEXsTEEL LEATHERMATE DUAL RECLINING SOFA YOU'LL LOVE TO RELAX IN We're proud to offer you a choice of all four top selling upholstery brands...La.Z.Boy, Lane, Ashley and Plexsteel. Check us out on the webl Creative financing available, plus bank cards. Free delivery, setup and haul awayl OF FURN  &CARPL=I " ONE 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE Z/ 257-7788 CA LIC 448528 ,College to pay for dorm repairs Linda Satchwell Staff Writer At their May 20 meeting, college trustees approved a loan agreement between Feather River College and the FRC Foundation that will allow for repairs to student housing. Board members John Sheehan and Bill Elliott ab- stained from voting, as they are foundation board mem- bers. The foundation board had already voted to approve the agreement. The need for repairs was detailed at the March 18 meet- ing. It was noted that, among other things, the leaking roofs were causing toxic mold in the walls, which was making students sick. During his trustee report May 20, Sheehan faced the sad state of the dorms head on, commenting that they "were built under Iranian building codes" and calling this "one of those legacy things we need to take care of." Sheehan said that when the foundation took over student housing seven years ago, it "should have allocated more for renovations," adding that this is a problem that can't be ignored as it will only get worse over time. The loan is for $350,000, and the term is 20 years, with re- payment occurring in annual installments Aug. 1 of each- year. According to college presi- dent Dr. Ron Taylor, the college has set aside Secure Rural Schools funds in a re- serve for one-time capital costs such as this. .--.. Flag Day ceremony planned The Quincy Elks 1884 will perform their Flag Day Ritual on Flag Day. June 14, at the Dame Shirley Park, across from the courthouse. The ceremony will start about 12:15 p.m. and doesn't take very long. The public is invited to join in a tribute to the flag. Support the local economy! Need help REPI If it's ing we can'tll find someo can. Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 II