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2C Wednesday, June 9, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Local products Jordon Twohig, left, and Julian Russell won this year's California Community College baseball championship as coaches at Ohlone College. The pair played baseball to- gether at Feather River College almost 10 years ago, when they won the school's first-ever conference title. Twohig began his coaching career as an assistant at FRC a couple of years later. Russell played baseball at Quincy High School, where he led the team to league titles in 1997-98, and was selected as the Most Valuable Player in the Pioneer League. Photo submitted KRETH HANDYMEN BUILD IT, FIX IT, REMODEL IT We Care About You! 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HUFF GOLF COURSE & Arlington Rd., Crescent Mills, CA Full-service hook-ups with golf course view rates = Restaurant open 11am-3pm Paul Bunyan Resort Open May to November Full Hookups 530-596-4700 www'paulbunyanresrt'cm 443 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor, CA (530) 596-3348 Located on the Shores of Big Cove 414 Peninsula Drive Lake AImanor, CA 96137 www.knottypine.net CABIN RENTALS with lake views RV full hook-up sites with cable and WIFI 530-596-3390 i 2655 Big Springs Rd. ,  Lake Almanor, CA 96137 : www.bigspringsresort.com Lake Cove Resort and Marina RV Full Hook-ups and Tent Sites Showers Restrooms Marina Boat Ramp 530-284-7697 3584 Hwy 147, Lake AImanor, CA 4x4 owners go explore Relive the gold rush era as you travel the famous Lassen-Applegate Emigrant Trail in your sport utility ve- hicle, marveling at such sights as the beautiful Black Rock Desert, the majestic High Rock Canyon, Double Hot Springs and Soldiers Meadow. All of the these sights as well stories from early emi- grant diaries will spring to life for participants on the 16th annual Lassen-Apple- gate Trail Ride, Friday - Monday, July 16 - 19, hosted by the High Rock Trekkers Four Wheel Drive Club. The exciting 200-mile jour- ney begins near Imlay, Nev., follows the same wagon train route used by Peter Lassen in 1849, and concludes in Sur- prise Valley, near Cedarville in Modoc County. "For me, this trail is spe- cial and as a historian, I get to relive the past by thinking of John C. Freemont, Kit Car- son, and Thomas 'Broken- hand' Fitzpatrick and many other brave men and women as they made this arduous journey from small towns throughout the Midwest," said Warner Anderson, trail boss from the High Rock Trekkers. Anderson said the trip is open to all four-wheel drive enthusiasts and their fami- lies. It is not a difficult route, but there are a few places where four-wheel drive will be required or where trail committee instructions must be followed. "The emigrants wrote in their diaries such good de- scriptions of their trip that we can identify the majority of key points of interest in the history of this route," An- derson said. Camping the first night will be at Double Hot Springs, former camping area for all of the pioneer wagon trains and the second night participants will spend The High Rock Trekkers Four Wheel Drive Club is following Peter Lassen's route for 200 miles through Nevada and California, Photo submitted the evening at Stevens Camp, which provides toilets, spring water, and possibly, hot showers. Participants will need to bring their own tents: and sleeping bags: Cost for the trip is $275 per adult, $150 for children seven through 14, and children un- der seven are welcome free of charge. The cost includes all meals from breakfast on Saturday through breakfast on Men- day. In addition to tents and sleeping bags, participants are encouraged to bring a CB radio, camera, folding chairs, snacks, refreshments and drinking water: The Lassen-Applegate Emi- grant Trail Ride is fully in- sured and operates under a permit from the Bureau of Land Management. Proceeds from the event help support the California Association of Four-Wheel Drive Clubs' Conservation and Education Foundation. The trip is limited to the first 25 vehicles on a first- registered, first-served basis. To register for the trail ride, contact Warner Anderson at (775) 629-9232, wana7448@sbcglobal.net, or Ron Vance at (775) 246-4099, vance63@charter.net. Registration is also avail- able online at highrock- trekkers.com. Want to add excitement to your riding? Training Lessons Boarding  " Specializing in:  -, ', :',,i " i En hsh Ridm Discipline g g :  3:!  ............. i:! Tracy Sims ii.,_:U. ' Quincy A :  ' Take r e hoe " nimal Shelter is giving a $25 voucher to help OO offset the cost to spay or neuter when you adopt a pet from the shelter! Heidi is a great Blue Queensland cross awaiting a home. She is house- broken & would love a new family. Kittens... kittens.., and more kittens. These are just a few of the kittens we have available for adoption now ,00el and in a couple weeks.Please come and take your pick soon... 0@ l OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOPTIONS ONLY 10am-2pm Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8am - 5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed 1-2pm for lunch and closed weekends. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee and license fees are "@I $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to have the onimal altered In completion of the adoption requirement. For more Information, call @@@@ 283-3673 or visit plumasanimalservlces.com. W .00,Sponsored by. 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