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6A We(:lnesclay, Jury 11,2ool UlUO News Fea ulle n i II "- Outgoing Quincy Rotary President Don Donato shares a few thoughts with the ser- vice club's newly Installed president, Ken Bornard, at their recent demotion ban- quet. Barnerd's board of directors this year Includes: Todd Alyward, community service; Bob Darling, club service; John Breaux, vocational service; and BOb Ed- wards, International service. John DeSelle continues for his 16th consecutive year as treasurer, while Fred Surber begins his 22rid year as club secretary. Photos by Michael 1~ Rotarian David Adrian, left, had the honor of presenting Quincy resident Owens with the service club's highest honor, a Paul Harris Fellowship. retired from PG&E eight years ago as the local division manager, Owens ognized for his ongoing contributions to the community and to the Quincy Club. m Friday Night Live's Me- dieval Feast, and all members dieval Feast, postponed from involved (that's all of you) May, is now tentatively must come. This is a scheduled for Friday, July 27, MANDATORY meeting. If at Quincy Elementary members do NOT show up for School. Updates will he post- this meeting, we will not be ed around town and in the holdingthe feast. Feather River Bulletin. The next Friday Night Live meeting will be held Fri- day, July 13, at noon in Gansner Park by the baseball field. Lunch-hot dogs and chips-will be provided to FN L members at no cost. We will be discussing the Me- CalFarm's No-Deductible Primary 45 Health Plan Wasted energy Are you heating or cooling rooms in your home you don't use? Like the kid's bedroom who's off at school? That extra room where you store summer clothes? The unfurnished living room? If so, you may be missing a great opportu- nity to save on heating and cooling costs. Once you close unused rooms, you save on the expense of keeping them comfortable. Plus, the closed off rooms act as insulation between the outside and the rest of CalFarrn's Primary 45 i: Plan Features: $45 Co-pay Fo~ Lq-Network Doctor Cmsu~tions Freedom to Choose YOur Pmventivo I ln~uOng La~ and D~; $300 max paya~ annglt Co-Pays on For More Information Call FA~ ~t,aXJZ, the house. Just be sure all the registers, doors andW ....... ..... : : ~ .',,~:... windows are tightly shut. i And be sure that no items stored in closed rooms need to be kept at normal room temperature. Then sit back and watch the sav- ings roll in. PLUMAS-SIERRA REC -Electrlc|ty Satellite TV Interne! (530] 832-4261 Derrick A. Williams, a resi- dent of Eagle River, Alaska, has enlisted in the United States Army. He is a 1998 graduate of Quincy High School and is the son of Arthur E. and Lin- da K. Williams of Quincy. Williams' test score and en- listment in the infantry quali- fy him for an $8,000 cash in- centive. He recently left for basic training at Fort Ben- ning, Ga. Out These Monthly Rates Caffarm P'nmary 45, 17 I 53.99 I - -, 8.23 I 117,89 204.84 ! -39 I 94.87163.8925084 15.81 234.62321.571 of plM beat.s, Iimaatims a~4 ~ nd~ to ow plan I:ooldet (MKTG 21X)~)"T~ I~,.~ + Sp0~ anti Fam~ ra~ s~m am ba$~ u~ bo~ t~ ~nl~ and spome ~ in ~ same ~ ~- ~m/. ~gm i ~l~ml~ r~quiagL Farm i du~s no~ inchx~l. Pa~ium is sabjsc~ to c~mCe. Adfl $3.00 for requirefl L/fe/AD&O Bene6tz on~erwriRen by ~ Ufe Insurmce Company, Los ,emgete~ CA. ~rvice mark use~ under ticeme from the Cal/fornia Fazm B~n~u ~. II I I I II I I I Tbe Sierra Cascade Street Rodders would like to thank Z Rol of L recognize the businesses that donated and helped our 12th car show at the Plumas-Sierra County Picnic success that it was. With support of these businesses show continues to raise money for local charities. Plur Ace Hardware Meguiars Body and SoulCcF Kehoe Pharmacy So-Cal Rods Plumas Bank bitil Coast Gas of Portola Reno Hilton Bookshelf Wipeout Wash Sands Regency Bank of America tom Dollards Market Gold Dust West Sights and Soundsila5' Mountain Glass Rail City Casino DdPont Powe fTeO t Tangles Bordertown Courthouse C Amerigas Portola Ayoob's Quincy Nugget Motors nts Sierra Massage Horton's Tire CenterAI Oppio rod, Cc Edelbrock Racing Quincy Hot Spot Mountain Building c Summit Racing Forest Stationers Cal Neva Eagle One Ellie's Dress Shop Tahoe Biltmore i ac', Feather Publishing pr We apologize to anyone we may have failed to recognize. osit If the Vice-President lived in he would have turned to to have his pacemaker implanted! Seeing cardiology patients at Graeagle Medical Clinic, 836-1122 iu Portola Medical Clinic, 832-4211 Call for an appointment today "People Ileiph g People'" II I II '.( 1 L. V h 1: iI :t a