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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 6, 2011 3A Mtt",00l proposed fo00" a'owntown wall PG&E to hold Smarl Meter ed Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will host a SmartMeter educational cen- ter at the PG&E customer ser- vice office in Quincy from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 7. Customers with questions about PG&E's SmartMeter program can come to the event being held at PG&E's office at 435 W. Main St. in Quincy. PG&E will have a Smart- Meter expert available for cus- tomers to speak with individu- ally. Customers can drop in anytime during the education- al center hours to ask ques- tions one-on-one. The SmartMeter program provides customers with more information about their ener- gy usage and more rate op- tions to help them reduce their energy use and bills. SmartMeter technology will also help the state meet its renewable energy goals and provide the foundation for a future smart grid that vill make the power grid more reli- able, efficient and sustainable. Not only does the Smart- Meter program provide cus- tomers with information such as their hourly energy usage and daily natural gas usage, but programs like Energy Alerts. Energy Alerts is a tool made possible by SmartMeter technology that lets customers know when they are moving into higher-priced electric tiers so they can manage their energy use and save. For more information about PG&E's SmartMeter program, visit or call PG&E's 24-hour Smart- Meter Hotline at (866) 743-0263. E Clampus Vitus, Las Plumas Del Oro Chapter 8, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3825 raised $3,135 the evening of June. 25 from a taco dinner and music at the Veterans Hall to help pay young Kendyl Lawry-Bruffy's medical bills. Noble Grand Humbug Justin Eason and daughter Maddeline (left) present Aubrey Lawry, Kendyl's morn, with the evening's proceeds. Photo courtesy Bruce Robbins Having procured the permission of the building owner, Main Street Artists has launched an exploratory campaign for a mural on the wall of the Pizza Factory. The mural will feature local artist Michael Kerby's rendition of the Iongboard ski races. Ex- perts believe that the first ski races in the Western Hemisphere were held in Plumas County in the 1850s. The historical figures responsible for introducing this sport are represented in the fore- ground, based on photographs supplied by Scott Lawson of the Plumas County Museum. A large rendition of the proposed mural is available for viewing at the Main Street Artists gallery. Any comments or opinions about the proposal are welcome. Email Lara Eichenberger at or Michael Kerby at or leave a note at the Main Street Artists gallery. Photos courtesy Main Street Artists More moisture More brea! ilill We have many different styles. to choose from, .... FREE trial lense: with a contact lens exam. www.fridenc FRI---GD EF-yyEN-c2PTc?M------G c TE T  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, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision tterapy for learning related vision problems. Check [ PLUMASNEWS.COM Choices Ways to Save , , L!, ,ii,iiZ:!;i :, , Over 120 Top Channels : :. : .......... F)r 12 month8 EVERYDAY PRICE GUARANTEE UNTIL 2013 Offer requires 24-month Agreement. Satscan Electronics 530-283-3800 ......... P.O. Box 209 Quincy, CA 95971 Brings It Down To Earth Offer ends 1/31/12. Restrictions apply. Call for details. d t=s00 NE T W O R K. ir AUTHORIZED RETAILER Expe Our f physi new n Pleas for an Genera HunterDouglas Tande Custom .Draperies 2238 Chandler Road, Quincy (530) 283-1656 * Manuacturer'z rebate Offl- v@Id for  made betlzen 5/3/11 - 9/12/11, Umltzlo al flor apply./1      U,      m   Pnipak:l Rewar Cardd The tu mdt for 2911 Is sulect to a llhme llmltln of SSO0 and a mducUm for i amount of Secn 25C cr4    m  b   ou c0nsuIt your x advt regarding our indld  ltum nd your hllity t0 dalm    011 Hunt Oougl @ il TM am bMmt of Htxlt Doul