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2A Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Feather River Bulletin g ...... llatET " ............. [LoAWHERm( ~:-:, ... ...#ET-- .............. -- > 11[.t, Elll 4 ! 1 C.., Three Lambach generations walked away with some of the top ribbons June 2 at the All American Nugget All Breeds Invitational Show and Sale in Reno. Penny, Hannah and Windi Lambach, of Quincy's Lambach Farms, won Dorper Reserve Grand Champion - Yearling Ram, Grand Champion - Spring Ewe Lamb and Reserve Grand Champion - Fall Ewe Lamb, respectively. Photos submitted BARNARD & Is MOVING into We '11 ASSOCIATES the Bell Building (NEXT TO BANK OF AMERICA) at 372 Main St., Quincy be opening our doors in our new location on: .. < ...... 2012 MONDAY, JUNE 18, Ken earnard and John Breaux • Ken Barnard and John Breaux are both IRS Enrolled Agents We prepare all types of tax returns, including individual, partnerships, LLC's, both C and S corporations, exempt organizations, gift tax, and Trust or Fiduciary returns. We have a total of 72 years of experience. We also do payroll, quarterly reports, W-2's, and end of year payroll filings. There are some interesting changes in payroll for 2012. If you have payroll, we can explain those requirements and changes to you. We can handle Form 1099 requirements, and the County unsecured property tax forms. We can also handle sales tax, and the pesky Use Tax for the State of California. We both live locally, are members of Quincy Rotary and active in the community. For tax preparation, payroll, and bookkeeping, call today and make an appointment! (Our phone number remains the same.) I iel o group ol Field Day stations as possible. There will be about 35,000 am- ateur radio operators across the country participating. They'll be operating using mergency conditions. This is to exercise the clubs' ability to communicate using genera- tors for power and portable antennas as if &here ~ere ~ re- al emergency event. Because of their portability, ham radio operators have the On the weekend of June 23 ability to provide radio com- and 24 the Plumas Amateur munications where others Radio Club, K6PLU, will may not. Ham radio opera- again participate in the ARRL tors have be called upon Field Day event, located at the worldwide for emergency Snow Park at Bucks Summit. such as hurricanes, floods, The public is invited to join wildfires, earthquakes, etc. the group for Field Day. For During these events normal more information, call Doug communication systems such Hockinson at 921 -'/~8"/. , as ,phones-and, ~ttae Intemt~et~ of- The purpose of the event is ten fail. Ham.ga io's slogan tO have fun with ham radio by is "when all else fails, ham contacting as many other radio works." ,! BURGERS Tues, Wed & Thurs • 11am-1pm TAcos ... Wed 4:30-7:30pm - Fri 11am-1pm . Pick-up orders • 283-1633 1735 E. Main St., Quincy e tto~w | Calling all awesome volunteers We need your helps Join us on June 16th fbr a thmih volunteer workday at Lake Davis • We will be working on Phase II of the Lake Davis Trail • Work will fbcus on new trail construction, brush and deadPall removal • Families are encouraged to come help us beautify the trails, All are welcome and no experience is required • Meeting Location: Lighming Tree Campgrom~d, Lake Davis ' • When to meet: ,lO:OOam • We provide: breakfhst bagels, sack lunches, tools, post-work party and trail guidance • Post-work snacks provided by: Longboards Restaurant, in Plumas Pines. Adult beverages generously supplied by: Under Cover Ale Works, in Blairsden • Please bring: work gloves, water, work boots/shoes, layers, and daypack & sun protection • More: Help us go green, please bring your own insulated cup, and packable containers tbr lunches Fast Friendly Service/ Thank you sponsors! To RSVP for this and any other upc,. ruing (,vent, please go to ore" website: www.sierratrails.qrg, email ,. jnfo@ste~ ratrads.org i.:,.e,:,S0 " ! Most passenger cars & light trucks. I • Diesels extra bet ask about our new lower prices on diesel oil changes. (plus Recycle Fee & Sales Tax) PROVEN • Most passenger cars ~~r~ Lubrication & light trucks. Products ......... • Diesels •extra but ask about Service Includes up -to our new lower prices 5 qts Premium CAM2 0il on diesel oil changes. And, we'll inspect: • Air Filter • Tire Pressure • Wiper Blades • Windshield Washer Fluid • Alignment Wear • Cabin Filter • Transmission Fluid • CV Axle Boots -.Brake Fluid • Power Steering Fluid .... Shocks/Struts • Coolant RecOvery • Differential Fluid • Serpentine Belt Reservoir Fluid Monday- Friday 8am - 6pm • Saturday 8am - 5pm IES SCHWAB 116 E, Main, Horton Tire Center ’)