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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, june 16, 2010 3C Events emphasize fun and community The first of a series of 5K summer and beyond, weath-a costume theme and a fun runs will be held thiser permitting, potluck. The costume theme coming Wednesday, June 23,The runs will benefit Trufor the June 23 run is caped beginning around 6:30 p.m.Community, so instead of a crusaders. in front of Sierra Health and registration fee, partici- For more detailed infor- Fitness in Quincy. pants can give a donation. , mation about the runs and These 5K runs will be heldIntended to be a social othei" community fitness the fourth Wednesday of event to promote healthy events, see next week's each month through the lifestyles, each run will have sports section. Forest Service Chief Tom National Public Lands recreation opportunities Tidwell announced recently Day- Sept 25, 2010 -This fee such as camping, sightsee- that the Forest Service will waiver is offered every ing and hiking can be en- offer a fee waiver weekend year. joyed throughout the year at during the summer of 2010, Veterans' Day - Nov. 11, no cost. The Forest Service in addition to other annual 2010 - This fee waiver is of- is glad that we can help fee waiver events at stan- fered every year. Americans better afford dard amenity fee sites. The Fee Waiver weekends recreational opportunities, These fee waivers will be support the goals of Presi- and we hope this will en- offered in cooperation with dent Obama's America's courage people to get out- other federal agencies under Great Outdoors Conferenceside and reconnect with the Federal Lands Recre- and First Lady Michelle those special places we call ation Enhancement Act Obama's "Let's Move" ini-National Forests. (REA). tiative by actively support- The Forest Service oper- "The Forest Service is ing and promoting pro- ates about 17,000 recreation working to ensure as many grams, projects and initia- sites. Of those sites, approx- visitors as possible have the tives that encourage the use imately 6,000 require a fee at opportunity to experience of outdoor spaces by the recreation sites which pro- the great outdoors and take public. The waiver will al- vide visitor services, needed advantage of the many low people to explore ourmaintenance/repairs, and recreational activities na- nation's forests, which offer recreational facilities and tional forests have to offer," a wide range of recreation services. said Tidwell. "By waiving and educational benefits The mission of the USDA fees, everyone will have the such as: improved physical Forest Service is to sustain opportunity to enjoy the and mental health, emotion- the health, diversity, and wonder and rejuvenation of al well being, a concern for productivity of the Nation's recreation on national nature, and a conservation forests and grasslands to forests." ethic, meet the needs of present The Fee Waiver dates for Traditionally, fees are not and future generations. The 2010 are as follows: charged on 98 percent of na- Agency manages 193 million Back-to-School Season - tional forests and grass-acres of public land and is Aug. 14-15, -- fees will be lands and over two-thirds of thelargest forestry research waived for Saturday and developed recreation sites organization in the world. Sunday. can be used for free. Many Portola's Dillon Soares was named Photo by Shannon Morrow layers pic the 2010 Most Valuable Player in the Feather River League. eague Shannon Morrow Selvaggio, junior pitcherLewis were picked for the Sports Editor Clinton Morris and juniorAll-League team. sports@plu masnews.com third baseman/pitcher Jar- Big Valley had senior The 2010 All-League base- rod Fleisher. pitcher/infielder Anthony ball team was announced last Chester had four players Fuller and sophomore utility week for the Feather River receive All-League honors: player Clayton Rhodes make League. senior catcher Tucker Cans, the All-League list. Dillon Soares, Portola's se- sophomore outfielder RyanGreenville junior utility nior first baseman, was cho- Bereznak, senior shortstop player Justin Posch was sen as the league's Most Daniel Butt and senior out- among the All-League selec- Valuable Player. Soares fin- fielder Tyler Hernandez. tions. ished the season with a .488 Loyalton's three All-League Honorable mentions went batting average, with 42 hits players were: senior short- to Portola's Les Carr, Quin- and 33 RBIs. stop/pitcher Dylon Gravelle, cy's Jessie Wallace, Quincy's Portola's other players se- senior first baseman Weston Jordan Rose, Chester's Conor lected to the All-League team Roberti and senior utility Loranger, Chester's Dax/id were:junior second baseman player Antonio Lazarde. Ryn, Loyalton's Bradley Kyle Heskett, sophomoreFor Quincy, senior short-Truhett, Loyalton's Brodie in- outfielder Billy Broad,stop Andrew Murphy and se- gle and Big Valley's Edward sophomore outfielder Piero nior first baseman Nolan Richno. 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