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River River Bulletin Community News Tuesday, July 3, 2001 SA Photos submitted Children playing at the Lowell Bader Park in Meadow Valley now have some new equipment to check out. Thanks to partial funding from the Plumas County Children and Families Commission, the Central Plumas Recreation District, with the help of some good volunteers, installed new equipment Just right for youngsters. Cliff lint- ton loaned the use of his loader for the operation, and Mike Brown, Stan Smith, John Kuipers, Ryan Schaper, Larry Schaper, Nancy Elliott and CPRD Director Jim Behind participated in a work day June 2. an inh the June 20 issue of the Wspaper, a performer at pendt Quincy Elementary itol varlet show was .n.th .... y th'stttied as MicheUe Moore. rated reality, the young singer servi Heidi Hoak. :plaine sts, ;79,338 ~]m]~['~ n dur3 "- "lwr ,teo ,OOO t Jl.&JLll )uld ,rate' ..I1DLe. her Io Pizza izza, Sandwiches, P gSo )uld ~ up, Salad Bar nbee:' " Plumas Pines Center ,eyou heating or cooling ms in your home you ::?Y eht ee ilIarom who's off at hl? That extra room bthes) The unfurnished iing room? If so, you may missing a great opportu- to save on heating and ling costs. Once you unused rooms, you re. on the expense of -'Ping them comfortable. "-""the closed off rooms des as insulation between outside and the rest of ]e house. Just be sure all registers, doors and tndows are tightly shut. ga be sure that no items red in closed rooms M to be kept at normal prn temperature. Then m i back and watch the say- : D roll in. lore|! Summer S; lie and annuals 284-6810 Between 2 2 7esOceAn;lMig;l:n&Rd'ay lorsvi lle WHY ARE 37 MILLION CARS INSURED BY STATE FARM? Don't trust just anyone to insure your car, see me: Richard K. Stockton, CLU Agent Lic. #OB68653 m-- 65 West Main Street, OJincy [ Sfkfl FARM I INSURANC| Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.@ State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company (not in N J) State Farm Indemnity Company (N J) Home Off~es: Bloomington, Illinois You may have a greater impact on your chzld's future than you realize. During the first few years of life their brain develops rapidly, making connections that will determine how they act and behave for the rest of their life. A strong nurturing relationship with you now will help your child do better in school, and will help them be more confident, capable and caring Owner, Jeff Gamier REC