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[ i~ogress~ve, Record. Reporter ,gress,~e; Wednesay, July 11,2001 3@ hile The 19th annual Round V,alley Run will take place Saturday, August 18, at Round Valley Lake near Greenville. The course is a 5.3-mile cross country Loop around the lake, with mostly flat ter- rain through meadows and forest. The course is mostly dirt with some paved sec- tions, and there will be one aid station with water at the halfway point. The run is not safe for baby joggers or wheelchairs. A three-mile walk and a kids' run will also be offered. The up-and-back walk is mostly flat and is suitable for by Aug. 8. Preregistrants may pick up packages with bib numbers on race day. Race day registration is $20. All entrants will receive a quality embroidered baseball cap and a goodie bag. To reg- ister online, go to . There will be a mens' and womens' division for age groups 15 and younger, 16-25, 26-35, 36-45, 46-55, 55-65, and 65 plus. Medals and prizes will be awarded three deep in each age group. Overall winners will re- ceive $50 cash, a one-night stay at a local bed and break- fast, and a framed picture of all finishing walkers and kids' run participants. The fastest boy and girl will each win a pizza. On the day of the race, reg- istration will be from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., with the kids' run beginning at 8:45 a.m. and the run and walk starting at 9 a.m. Parking will be available at marked areas near the start location, and in the day-use areas between the dam and the start area. Spectators need to arrive before 8:45 a.m., because the road is part of the course and will be blocked at that time. Proceeds will benefit the File photo baby joggers The kids' race. their finish. Runner-ups will Keep Indian Valley Beautiful 1 fli lIe Round Valley Run will be held on August 18. A ile walk and a for children 10 and under, is receive $25 cash, dinner for Project. For more informa- ~leou.t;~ e Will also be offered. The preregistraUon deadline is August 8. a 200-yard run and will betwo at a local restaurant, and tion, contact race directors mu-, held prior to the main event, a framed picture of their fin- John and Marty Shower at ,e. e story of Mr. Jones and Mr. Smith fl igh nee L; mailbox he found four bills, Mr. Smith still felt good. His one letter and one catalog, energy level remained nor- _ ,,A. Qun- ,, The drive back to work mal because his ride to work o. '.W was a bit stressful because of had increased his metabo- le 29,~ :.: ..... summer traffic. It was tourist lism and burned excess calo- season again, and the extra ries. ers SPORTS EDITOR cars made the roads busy. On his lunch hour, Mr. Preregistration for the runish. 284-6856. is $15 and must be received Ribbons will be awarded to A 12.5-pound catfish was caught at Round Valley Lake June 22 by Bart Chmelovsky of Reno, setting a new record. Chmelovsky, who spends his summers at Round Valley [ars another typical Mr. Jones had to wait a Smith had a couple ofer- Lake with his dad, Bill, and .for Mr. Jones. After minute to get out of the park- rands to run. It was a hot his brother, Mike, caught the ....... m- ing lot, and then had a hard day, but he remained com- -, wue goodbye, he catfish using liver. I.rma his car and drove to time getting into the lane he fortable because of the wind Resort owners Bob and :i sP He lived four milesneeded. Once back at the of- created from riding his bike. Deanna Carter have been tnd off-Ice, and it took rice, Mr. Jones parked, rolled After dropping a movie off at .. f stocking channel catfish for in-in minute t,-, a.{,,,, his windowsdown a crack, the video store, M.. o.m. the last four years to reduce " ki ......... and locked the car doors swung by the post office. In I the blue gill population. This asK" le drivin..... After work, Mr. Joneswent magd;flneb?XWd?eatTta1:jlls, a catfish had been doing its job. vas bered the'- oones to the gas station. At almost ,e wOlanoilchUat,~n~,lscara two dollars a gallon for gas, it While pedaling back to /'1mmm mm pn m ..... ..... c " " work, Mr. Smith passed sev- hnos rnsn vfll [ blt embarr .... a ost hun $33 to fill up his -dr oox., tlll L ta " " ln't Washed .... nk. On his drive home, Mr. signs. The traffic was heavier J A fun-filled day of fishing leks. He turn , n,a cou- Jones got nervous when he eral cars stacked up at stop . . :but the on-lysta ]'on , passed a police officer while than usual, so he hopped a for kids 15 and under will be he could going seven miles per hourcurb and cut through a park- held at Packer Lake Satur- ying silly commer over,the speed limit, but he ing lot to avoid a bad inter- day, July 21, from 8 a.m. to 1 When M'- - ....- didn t get pulled over. When section. As Mr. Smith neared p.m. -. got tohe got to his house, Mr. Jones his off-ice, three kids riding The kids won't need a fish: all the good parki d to accidentally left the mail in- their bikes in the opposite di- { ing license to partake in the 2lOwn ere taken,the blockS h side his car. rection waved at him. ] fun, and fishing gear will be ]r W? ki?g for an hour It was another typical On his ride home from t available if they don't have work, Mr. Smith observed a any of their own Special edu- alf Mr Jonesbegan morning for Mr. Smith. After small aircraft flying over- I cational demonstrations, g nred His energy level kissing his wife goodbye, he head He then saw a friendI ! along with food and bever- rw because he hadn't got on his bike and rode to walking down the sidewalk i ages will be availabl ' " -- , e. iSed for a couple of so hestopped to talk wlth ~ | The Sierra County Fish So he took a t. . work He lived four miles aim Ior a couple oI minutes --J " " n is enmmute ?24h t2c a2dtitsttoOOkde . and Game Commlsslo_ __ Once, .hme' Mr. Smith stored Photo ubmitted hosting this event at Packer Jones had 2 a couple of his bike and carried his back- Bait Chmelovsky proudly displays the 12-and-a-half- Lake, located three miles off [0 run OH'-:- ~,i.. tn~r~. hour The ' mg ,,,~ While" on his bike, Mr. pack inside, with the mail. pound cafflah ha caught at Round Valley Lake Juae 22.the Gold Lake Highway. , mslae oI hiS Smith noticed how much as Uncomfortably hot . Sitting. in tLne sun an'" fruit, was blossommgon the h KellCh Gross, M.D. II I, so he turned the ai," fruit trees this year, and [I [ I I D.p.orrme Am, ....... |I I I I A family owned noneronhi ,h * counted several new horses II I I ...... I i i |IHIOHNSON sawmill company in --~,Wentto thev,~-'_ putout to pasture. He appre- III I lJ I I I """""" ~hich" was only~Uea fewStre ciated the stillness of the Fellow Am{sffic an Academy . ~uway, so the Ac morning, taking in all the || ~ai~l~ ao~,a c~,,,,,~a ,. Oe.r.~,o,ogy |/ | vel'll VeryeffectiW'wntO the pos,=G [nen uulceT"- natural soundsandsmeUs.When Mr. Smith got to work, II s...w,.e Ill ,o..,,,o..,.o..... a[! a minutethe streetforaana , .,=a backhe tookdoorhISofbIkethe throughoff-icebuild-the II Dermaolo y II I g spot to open, y~,-,u ing and parked it by the jani- Vlr. Jor es chec e' .. tor's closet. 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