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Feather Rtver Bullettn weonesclay, June Zb, ZU-14 ~A Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plu masnews.com Alice Berg, the write-in candidate for District 5 supervisor who garnered 8 percent of the vote in the June primary, announced she intends to try again in November. In a written Statement submitted to this newspaper June 20, Berg wrote, "Many, many folks have reached out to me and said they would have voted for me if they hadn't already voted by mail." Berg filed as a write-in candidate less than three raise The first Guest Chef Night Throw-Down took place June 14 at The Knook. Chefs Janice Thomas and Mark "Bubba" Rother competed against one another making their special chile rellenos. A total of 33 tickets were sold to tasters and all voted at the end of a scrumptious meal. The Drunk Brush was involved as well, offering the purchase of drinks during the event. The crowd chose Thomas as the winner of the event. Thomas graciously offered up a portion of the proceeds to Blue Star Morns. This event will continue each month with a portion of the proceeds going to the charity of the winning participant's choice. The Quincy Certified Farmers' Market has an evening of family fun planned for this Thursday. The market is hosting a plein air art show featuring works from 45 students from Quincy, Greenville and Portola schools. The family-friendly market offers gardening activities, crafts and hula-hooping. Kids can enjoy shaved ice and pizza, as well as fresh produce from multiple local farmers. Environmental Alternatives Foster Care Agency offers a face-painting booth. This nonprofit provides a variety of residential services to neglected, abused and delinquent children in the community. Stop by its booth for an opportunity to learn ! more about the positive influence community : members can have in a i child's life. The Quincy Certified Farmers' Market is excited to iwelcome No City Boyz to the ~market stage. This group of ihigh school students will be iplaying classic and alternative rock tunes. At 6 p.m. Kristina's Gymnastics will give a show team performance on the : lawn. As always, farmers will provide fresh-picked seasonal i produce. LaViolette's donut ~peaches are the perfect sweet : snack and only available for i[ John 8:58 - Jesus said i to them, "Most assuredly, [ I say to you, before I Abraham was, I AM." Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main St., Quincy u..~.j ] Our community from it! weeks before the June 3 election, challenging incumbent Jon Kennedy (who had already announced that he would be leav'ing the area) and candidates Jim Judd and Jeff Engel. Engel was the top vote earner with 608; Judd had 542 and Berg garnered 123. Since no candidate received 50 percent plus one of the total votes cast, the seat goes to a runoff in November. Berg wrote in her statement, "And, I received so many calls from folks asking me to 'run next time.' So, I have decided to push forward with a write in campaign for the November election. Although I will be at a minor disadvantage because my name will not be on tl~e ballot, we are now on more a level playing field in terms of time remaining to campaign." Can a candidate who lost in the primary run as a write-in in the general election? This was uncharted territory for the county elections office, but after consulting with the Secretary of State's office, officials deemed that Berg could indeed become a formal write-in candidate when the filing period opens Sept. 8. Melinda Rother, the assistant clerk/recorder, said her office did a lot of research and determined "we can't find anything that says she can't, so we deem that she can." Rother explained that local elections are not part of the "top-two primary" that resulted from Proposition 14, which prohibits candidates from running as write-ins in the general election. Cathy Darling-Allen, Shasta County's clerk and registrar of voters, agreed. "This has come up several times," she said during a phone interview June 20. "Local races are not top two, so it would be allowed." Janice Thomas and Mark "Bubba" Rother share recipes during the inaugural Guest Chef Night Throw-Down, which took place at The Knook on June 14. Photo submitted We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 LIC. #45392'7 a limited time. Blueberries, hot meals and live music can cherry tomatoes, green beans be found at the corner of and other favorites will be Church and Main streets in ~ ...... f available, downtown Quincy. locai All of these and more can The farmers' market has a Supp my. be purchased with CalFresh full schedule of and WIC benefits. When entertainment throughout these benefits are used at the the summer. A calendar of market they are matched events can be found at r il In announces ig Looking for a gardening, harvesting and family-friendly outdoor learning about healthy eating evening activity this are some of the fun activities summer? The Digging In for people of any age. garden education program The Digging In program's invites one and all to the mission is to provide Alder Street Garden for experiential education Family Garden Night 6 - 7:30 opportunities for elementary p.m. every Wednesday school students in the areas beginning June 18 and of agricultural sustain ability, running through local food systems and Aug. 13. healthy lifestyles. Kids' activities, master For more information call gardener demonstrations, program director Cody Reed hands-on in-the-dirt at 927-8497. Look to us for Expert Eye Care. Eat a well-balanced diet rich in leafy green vegetables, fruits and omega 3's. Wear sunglasses that block 9970 to lOO% of both UVA & UVB rays. Rest your eyes regularly when using the computer for extended periods of time. Have your eyes examined every year to guard against age-related eye diseases, and vision loss. www.fridenoptometry.com FRIDEN OPTOMETRY Jonathan Friden, O.D. 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2020 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glass;s (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for !he visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related Vision problems. dEH:rfT::~a;ay from 4:30 toQ:i ndoYF: r mn f;r stoMa tir:: tc':l~ g" 7:30p.m. farmers, crafters, .487-4386. I I I ~~ ~~ On Inde.pen.dence Day, Friday, !uly 4th, #~ II ~ I C0mmerlal El we wdl stdl do garbage/trash ptckup. II ~ I Driver [~ Cans should be on the curb ~,,..: II AppointmentsPh sical$Eve Y n I" n g AAll TransferB L sAs no later than 7.00amSites, Recycling Us l/Centers A l[ [ Available W and the Main Office will be closed W = Feather River Disposal, Inc. It :akl182 L-410( II I] Dr. Trent Saxton DC ME NRCME#1763638472 In Mem tD William E. "Bill" 2/11/26--1/11/14 In memory of Bill, please join us for an evening of stories, songs and toasts to a life well-lived. Bring your favorite "Bill" story and enjoy a summer night in the mountains he loved. Thurs, July 10, 2014 Pioneer Park, Quincy, CA (34 Fairgrounds Rd.) 7:00 pm (Please bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating) His family requests that in lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in Bill's honor to the Plumas County Museum. For questions, please contact his daughter at katy@katydore.com Visual Brake Inspection (w/o wheel pull) Inspect Tire Pressure & Tread ,. Check Antifreeze & All Fluids Inspect All External Lights