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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 14, 2010,3A J dramaworks' SWEET Troupe wins Best Cinematography at the first-ever Spotlight by Kirk, Gina Rangel, Arel LeBrook, Amberdon Elsken, Kara Green, Jessika Hobbs Office of Problem Gambling. Photo submitted Festival in Anaheim. Pictured are Shel- and Terri Sue Canale of the California dramaworks' SWEET pro- of Problem Gambling, work- state of California to raise problem gambling is and gram won the Best Cine- ing in partnership with Fri- awareness of the growing how it has grown and then matography Award at the day Night Live, offered issue ofproblemgambling, wrote "commercials" and first ever Spotlight Festival grants to eight youth dramaworks' SWEET pro- filmed them. The scripts in- put on by Friday Night Live groups. The grantees were gram was honored to be volved on-the-street inter- and the California State Of- to make public service an- awarded one of these grants, views, comedy, black-and- rice of Problem Gambling.nouncements suitable forThe youth used a curricu-white silent film techniques In the 2009 - 10 school use on television and in"lure provided by the pro- and.mere very.entertainin.g year, the California Office movie theaters around the gram to learn about whatand educational. Johnsville Historical Society Presents At St. John's Church, Johnsville, CA at 10am to 12pm On Saturday, July 17th, 2010 Manual & Aquatic Therapy Orthopedic & Sports Injuries Post-surgical Rehabilitation Sciatica Program PLUMA PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 American Valley 4-H Megan and Lindsey held its annual end-of-the- Jensen gave the alpaca pro- year potluck June 16. ject report. They reported a Brittany Wilcox opened baby male alpaca was the meeting, called roll and born. Lindsey Jensen gave the Record books will be due treasurer's report, following the fair. Weight certificates wereThe next club meeting passed out to swine and will be Enrollment Night lamb exhibitors, in September. All your favorite sunglass frames are 25% off All Summer 283-2020 Visit our website at: gfoptometry.com FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE CONTACT LENSES Jonathan Friden, O.D. Joshua Baer, O.D. Formerly Drs. Gilman & Gilman 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 visiofi aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy "for learning related vision problems. 0 0 0 i,ii I,M 0 ILl "1"- I..,- Our Mission: Limitation of the Property Tax Levy for the Hospital Bond to $50 per $100,000 of Assessed Value Would you like to pay only $10 per $100,000 assessed value for a new hospital? You could, but you would have to move to Truckee to do it. In 2007, voters in the Tahoe Forest Hospital District approved a $98.5 million bond measure. In tax year 2008-09 they paid $10.10 per $100,000 assessed value. In 2009-10 they paid $9.90. In 2008, voters in Plumas Hospital District approved a much smaller $17.5 million bond measure and paid $25.99 per $100,000 assessed value in 2008-09, and $121.81 in 2009-10. Why are Plumas taxpayers getting ripped off? The reason for it is the hospital directors adopted a financing scheme that is inappropriate for our little hospital district. Ad valorem (according to the value) taxation works well in communities that have many parcels of high value, such as Truckee or metropolitan areas. It is a disaster in an area such as Plumas Hospital District where the number of parcels is small and property values are modest. Voting YES on Measure B and capping the ad valorem tax will force the hospital board to seriously consider a combination of funding methods, which they should have done in the first place. I| You may contribute to your campaign fund by writing a check to: 50/100K Group P.O. Box 21 Meadow Valley, CA 95956 We are all in support of our Hospital We DO NOT support Unlimited Taxation Tax it 0 now available from Hunter Douglas. II 1. Energy Savings Insulating Ouettee tgch]t@a~ I~0rreyc0mb sha~es help reguce energy Joss througP, wlnd~ws by ~p to 50%2 2. Tax Credit" Available on qualilying Duette A~ch~tl~ honeycomb shades ~een I/I/09 a~'~d 12131110 3. Promotional Offers Ask aI~ other special offers that may be av@lable o~ Duette Ar~iIetla honeycomb @a~es. 2238 Chandler Road, Quincy ) ]: lr ii,'i ;"Z ,i|-- iI.IIilI I