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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 15, 2009 3A Champions ! The 9- and 10-year-old girls' Feather River AIIstar District 48 softball champions (from left): Sophia Selvaggio, Anali Brew- er, coach Annie Heskett, Madison Venable, Tabitha Martinez, Rachel Peterman, Heather Marsh, coach Lauren Selking, Serena Eckenroad, Celina Romero, Brooke Panfili, Destiny Weaver, Madison Taylor, Bebe Briggs and manager Tiffany Panfili. Photo by Emma Briggs The 9- and 10-year-old girls' Feather River All- star softball team has won the district championship. The girls' team. which combined players from Portola, Quincy and Loy- alton, had a league season of 10-2. They went on to defeat both Intermountain and Burney for the dis- trict championship at Bur- ney. The team's combined pitching, catching and base running was excel- lent. The girls won all three games by the 10-run mercy rule, which stops the game after four in- nings if a team is ahead by 10 runs or more: 15-2, 13-3 and 11-1. These talented players are now working hard for their next section tourney July 16 in Eureka, where they'll play Redding in their first game. The Feather River team also benefited greatly from the support of coach- es Annie Heskett and Lau- ren Selking, manager Tiffany Panfili and the rest of the parents. Evening at the schoolhouse planned Community members are invited to an evening at the Old Meadow Valley School- house Sunday, Aug. 2. The evening includes a buf- fet dinner catered by South- ern Accents, served 5-6:30 p.m., and music by local artists Michael Braley and Dave, Shelley and Tanner Johns starting at 5 p.m. The schoolhouse is owned by the Meadow Valley Fire Department and is available 20%off Tea fort6 Cocktail Infusions • Lavender Citrus • Lemongrass Mint • Silkroad Chai Forest Stationers (530) 283-2266 Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 5:30 pm for rent for special events. With its stunning views of Spanish Peak, it makes a great location for weddings and other gatherings. Pro- ceeds from the fundraiser will go toward maintenance and repair of the building. Concertgoers are encour- aged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. Tickets cost $20 ahead of time and $25 at the door. Con- cert-only tickets are $15. Tickets are available at Meadow Valley Store, Quin- cy Natural Foods and Epilog Books. Fine Quail b Safes & More Featuring the innovative ,/Assembles anywhere in minutes - no tools! v" The best value for your home security dollar! v" Protect your valuables from fire and theft! Visit us at or call 775-223-5047 Ill I Ill I UU II I Good Food for Good People at Good Prices Eco-Friendly Shrimp! Cases of Knudsen & Santa Cruz juices s19.99 for 12/32 oz.bottles Save over 50% off the shelf price! QUINCY NATURAL, FOODS'00 269 Main St., Quincy * 283-3528 Cheek Sm°g Certified Please call 832-5420 for appointments r i:./ii/i/;iiiigliiii/r "' "-ciiiii]/iiis)/teiii ...... iiiiio/iiiiii6iiiiiii ....... -fi/i/iiiii s//i-i/ii- ..... i ervece Service Service • up to 5 qts. of • Drain & refill cooling system Syn Blend engine oil i (choices, 5/20, 5/30, 10/30, 20/50) i • Replace oil filter i * Lube chassis, hood i & door hinges i" Check & top off fluid levels! i • Perform a v sua i maintenance cheek-up " i • Most vehicles i s32 exp. i Expires 8/14/09 ...................................... • Add up to 1 gallon of Dex- Cool or Ethylene Glycol base coolant • Pressure test system • Inspect cooling system components and make any i needed recommendations, i s59" • Complete evacuation & recharge of system • Price includes 1 lb. of R134A • Leak & performance test • B13A only s64" Expires 8/14/09 : Expires 8/14/09 ..................................... , ..................................... 550 W. Sierra St. (H/70), Portola • Up to 5 qts. of Dextron III/ Mercon TF • New filter • Make any necessary adjustments • Road test • Most vehicles $0099 ,,, exp. ......... Ex.p]r.os87!4!99 ......... For more information, call Peter Beck at 283-0966. • Manual & Aquatic Therapy • Orthopedic & Sports Injuries • Post-surgical Rehabilitation • Sciatica Program PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker,/VlFF 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 NEWSMAKER As members of the Benev- olent and Protective Order of Elks from across the na- tion gathered in Portland, Ore., from July 5-9, for the Order's 145th Grand Lodge Convention, Ron Barker of Quincy Elks Lodge No. 1884 was installed as the new leader of the northeast dis- trict of the California- Hawaii Elks Association. In addition to helping set the course of Elks-USA in the coming year, Barker al- so learned of the order's many national accomplish- ments. Last year the nearly 1 mil- lion members of the Elks made charitable contribu- tions totaling more than $200 million (cash and in- kind), which went to sup- port scholarships and edu- cational grants, drug aware- ness and education pro- grams, third-grade dictio- naries, aid to the nation's veterans, youth athletics and the Elks state associa- tions' major projects, which provide funding for every- thing from cancer treatment and research to shelters for the victims of domestic vio- lence. As the Elks national rep- resentative for the area, Barker will now be respon- sible for working with local Elks lodges to fulfill the or- der's longstanding commit- ment to promote charity and patriotism in their com- munities. In the position of District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler, Barker will play a vi- tal role in the workings of Elks-USA, with duties to in- clude advising lodges on im- portant internal and busi- ness matters, reviewing how national policy is im- plemented by the lodges in the district and assisting in the coordination and super- vision of Elks' activities on many levels. Ron Barker's appointment to this key position in the Order signals the high confidence the national officers of the Elks place in his abilities. 25% off on all Sunglasses All Summer long! 283-2020 Visit my website at: , -'FRIDEN OPTOMETRY FAMILY EYE CARE • CONTACT LENSES Jonathan Friden, O.D. * Joshua Baer, O.D. Formerly Drs. GihMn & Gihnan 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 therapy for learning related vision problems. OPEN 7 DAYS 7am-2pm Breakfast & Lunch Specials Daily 557 St. YOL Plumas F Communit00 Tuescla 9, / As a way of say support, we are spons On this special day, w to the community at abs we will be raffling off asking you to bring a d or a monetary Donators will be offered a To take advanl please call our Plum: K 78 Central 're Invitecl to hgsical Therapg's Appreciation Da00! ,ugust +th • lZpm - 6pm ng thanks to the community for all of its )ring a Communitl Appreciation Dabl! will be offering physical therapy assessments lutely no charge. In addition to the assessments, a number of great prizes. To participate, we are nation of non-perishable food items for C.A.N. donation for C.A.N. or QHS Boosters. BBQ, beverages, and lots of fun, so please stop by! age of our complimentary assessments, =fficc today and set up your appointment ts Physical Therapy ry and Stacey Felker Ave., Suite #2, Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-2202