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2C Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter il The Sierra Buttes Trail variety of tools used for basic Stewardship group has part- trail construction; and nered with the Outdoor demonstrate an ability to as- Recreation Leadership Pro- sess trail conditions, trail gram at Feather River Col- needs and safety considera- lege in Quincy to bring stu- tions. dents the Trail Builder Cur- Advanced Trail Building riculum as part of an associ- Techniques will also offer ate degree, Students will nine hours of lecture and 27 learn to build low-mainte- hours of lab. The course will nance trails in a safe and effi- cover safe use of technical cient manner. These classes equipment, grip hoist, cross- are suitable for students who cut saw, chain saw, pionjar, are interested in trail-build- boulder busting, rock struc- ing jobs, or for those wishing tures, building stairs, grade to bUild trails on public and reduction and tread eleva- private lands. If everything, tion. goes smoothly, these courses Upon successful comple- w ll be offered in fall 2012. tion of this class, students Basic'Trail Building Tech- will be able to demonstrate niques will offer nine hours, safe, proper and efficient use of lecture and 27 hours of lab. of a variety of mechanized The course will cover trail and motorized tools used for building safety techniques, trail construction; safely con- trail maintenance, brushing duct a variety of activities re- and scouting, tread and lated to the use of rock (e.g. drainage construction, basic walls, drainage structures, saw, crew training and hand elevated tread, etc.); and uti- tool field maintenance, lize techniques consistent Upon successful comple: with protectin6 asainot fu tion of this class, students ture trail maintenance needs will be able to identify and and user conflicts. implement trail strategies The development of the contributing to trail and nat- Trail Builder Curriculum is ural resource sustainability; funded through a grant from select, utilize and maintain a Recreational Equipment Inc. A trail worker clears out brush. The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship, building classes this fall. Photo courtesy of Sierra Bu'ttes Trail Stewardship in collaboration with Feather River College, will offer trail fi One of the top soccer com- wea /es lessons on respect, prepare them for the fall panies in the United States, responsibility, integrity, season. Team camp rates are Challenger Sports, is hold- leadership and sportsman-available from the camp co- ing one of its British Soccer ship into the campers' daily ordinator. Camps in Graeagle the week routine, Each camper will receive a of July 23-27. The British Soccer Camp free soccer camp T-shirt, a Portola AYSO 441 has program provides a uniquefree soccer ball, a free giant teamed up with Challenger cultural experience for the soccer poster and a personal- Sports to host the week-long players, highlighted in the ized skills performance eval- British Soccer Camp at the Camp World Cup. The uation. In addition, any child Graeagle Soccer Field in coaches use this daily tour- who is signed up online at Graeagle. nament to teach the players least 45 days prior to camp The camp will run Mon- about life, customs and tra- will receive a genuine day through Friday, and ditions of other countries. British Soccer replica jersey. each child will be coached The campers are asked to Space is limited. Parents by a member of Challenger's makeup soccer chants, wear are encouraged to sign up team of 1,100 British soccer the team colors of their online in advance at chal- coaches flown to the United country, bring flags and For more States exclusively to!w rk ! learn as rtaueh as they can information, contact Tiffany onthese programs. - about, the country they rep- Larrieu at ~414:0154 or Challenger Sports will resent, hold more than 3,500 soccer AYSO 441 Portola is offer-Challenger Sports has camps this summer and will ingBritish Soccer Camp ses- been conducting soccer coach more than 130,000sions for the following ages: camps in the United States players between the ages of First Kicksl ages 3- 4, 9- 10 for more than 20 years. In 3 and 19. a.m $59; Mini Soccer, ages 4 addition to coaching youth Challenger's new "1,000 - 6, 10:10 a:m. - 12:10 p.m players, Challenger will also touches" coaching syllabus $86; Half Day, ages 6 - 15, 9 run hundreds of free par- provides an innovative daily a.m. - noon; $107; Half Day, ent/coach soccer clinics regimen of foot-skills ages 6- 15, 5 -:8 p.m $107. throughout the country in moves, juggling, tactical Teams are also welcome to partnership with the Na- practices and daily tourna- attend and receive a week tional Soccer Coaches Asso- ment play. Challenger also of focused instruction to ciation of America. Susanvilie - CAL FIRE announces all dooryard burn permits within Lassen, Modoc and Plumas Counties will be SUSPENDED effective midnight June 30, 2012. The burn ban will continue until formally cancelled by CAL FIRE. Dooryard burn permits will not be issued and dooryardburning is not allowed durin.g this period of time. A soccer coach from England demonstrates foot skills to his students. A week-long British Soccer Camp !s being offered by AYSO 441 Portola. Photo submitted .Need REPLACING or REPAIRING: DOORS TRIM WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 ule American Valley Speedway 2012 Calendar Saturday, July 14 - IMCA Modifeds, Mini Stocks, & DART Dwarfs Saturday, July 28 - IMCA Modifieds, Mini Stocks, & Open Dwarf Practice Saturday, August 4 - IMCA Modifieds, Mini Stocks & DART Dwarfs Sunday, August 12 - FAIR RACE - IMCA Modifieds & Mini Stocks Friday, August 24 - 2 DART DWARF NATIONALS Saturday, August 25 - DART DWARF NATIONALS Saturday, .September 8 - TIMBER CUP- IMCA MODIFIEDS, DART DWARFS American Valley Speedway Fernley Shootout IMCA Modifieds, Dwarf Cars & Spec Sprints June 2 - Quincy American Valley Speedway June 9 - Fernley August 4 - Quincy American Valley Speedway August 18 - Fernley September 15 - Fernley "Schedule tentative. Subject to change at any time.