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12B Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progresswe, Reporter County Dems to meet Plumas County Democrats will be holding their monthly meeting July 17, 6:30 - 8 p.m. in the conference room of the Quincy branch of the Plumas County Library. Your advertisement: Republican women to host speakers The Plumas County missions at Golden Gate Wagner travels and speaks Republican Women group is honored to announce the return of William Wagner, Ph.D., as speaker at its July 24 luncheon meeting to be held at the Log Cabin Restaurant in Portola. Wagner will be speaking on Islam and Shariah Law, and will be autographing copies of his book, "How Islam Plans to Change the World." He is a tenured professor teaching constitutional law, ethics and appellate techniques; professor Of Baptist Theological Seminary; and vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention, where he served for more than 30 years as a missionary for SBC's International Mission Board. Prior to joining academia he served as a senior U.S. prosecutor, federal magistrate judge, legal counsel in the U.S. Senate and chief American diplomat for the Department of Justice at the American Embassy in Liberia. extensively in the Middle East and Europe, training missionaries for ministry to Muslims. He has just returned from Kenya where he spoke to over 1,000 pastors and 200 bishops. The public is invited to attend this event Thursday, July 24, either with lunch at 11:30 for $2O, followed by Wagner's presentation, or for speaker only by calling Marlene Nelson at 836-1547 for details and reservations by Monday, July 21. Events Around Plumas County w chester: Public prayer service, 7 p.m., Our Savior Lutheran Church at 161 Aspen St. Service, donations support Pacific Crest Trail hikers. Free ater, Wi-Fi for hikers. For information: 258-2347. Quincy: Second annual Plumas County Senior Summit, 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Senior Nutrition Site. Includes refreshments, keynote speaker, presentations, question-and-answer session. Hosted by Plumas County Health Services. Lunch available for $2.50 seniors, $6.50 under 60; call 283-0643 to make reservations. For more information: Plumas County Health Services, 283-6337; Nancy Lund, 284-7206. Lake Almanor: Women's Luncheon, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Lake Almanor 'U Community Church at 2610 JJ. 7 Plumas County Road A13. Free; bring salad, dessert or muffins; arrive early,for introductions. Includes featured speaker. Child care available; to register a child call church office, 596-3683. For information: Denise Porter, 256-340% ...... ,. Portola: Portola Area Historical Society meeting, 7 p.m., Portola Methodist Church social hall on corner of Pacific Street, Second Avenue. Ray Donnenwirth presents program on Portola area in World War II. Free; all are welcome. Quincy: Quincy Certified Farmers' Market, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m., corner of Church and Main streets. Vendors offer local produce, handcrafts, prepared food; two prize giveaways. Live music by Stone and Straw; Bombastic Strings at 6 p.m. Crafts with Plumas Christian School. For information:, 487-4386. t Greenhorn: All-you-can-eat barbecue, 5 - 8:30 p.m., Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch at 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Road. Includes horseshoe ournaments, swimming, bonfire sing-along with s'mores. Salmon, veggie kabobs available with reservation. Barbecues continue weekly through Sept. 26. For information, reservations (appreciated): 283-0930. Greenville: Gold Digger's Contra Dance, 6 - 9 p.m., Downtown Farms behind sheriff's substation. The Gift of Music program offering includes live music by The Lost Sierra Ramblers, dance instruction. All are welcome; practical footwear suggested. Nonalcoholic beverages served. Admission donation-based; proceeds support Gift of Music program. Lake Almanor: Annual Fashion Show and Boutique, starts 10 a.m., Lake Almanor Country Club. Women's Club provides fashion event including vendors, lunch, auction. Open to everyone. Tickets $20. For information, to purchase tickets: Donna Smith, 259-2090; Peggy Lentz, 259-5478. Portola: Concert in the Park, 7 p.m., Portola City Park. Free live music featuring Proxy playing '60s, '70s, '80s, rock, R&B, jazz. Sponsored by Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce, city of Portola. Food, drinks available from 6 p.m. lunch option (21 or older) $5 extra. Active 50/50 giveaway, prizes, family fun. military, veterans with VA card eat free. "Foot drive" supports local veterans, Camp HUG. For information: Dave, Helen Reynolds: Lassen-Applegate 283-4950. Emigrant Trail: 200-mile SUV and four-wheel drive trip ,n Graeagle: offered by High Rock  Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair; Trekkers Four-Wheel Drive Sat 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sun Club begins near Imlay, ' 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Graeagle Nevada, ends in Surprise Valley. Bring tents, Town Park. Presented by sleeping bags, snacks, water. Meals provided. Great American Craft Adults $275, children 7 - 14 $150, children under 7 free. Proceeds support California Association of Four-Wheel Drive Clubs' Conservation and Education Foundation. Limited to first 25 vehicles. To register: Warner Anderson, 775-629-9232; Ron Vance, 775-246-4099. Clio: Bow-Wow at Nakoma, 5 - 10 p.m., Nakoma Golf Resort. High Sierra Animal Rescue fundraiser includes dinner, giveaway drawings, silent auction, live auction, Putt for the Mutts competition, longest drive competition. Tickets $45 each, available at HSAR in Delleker, Nakoma Golf Resort, Fairs. Live bluegrass music, arts and crafts exhibitors. Free to the public. For information: 775-825-3679. Johnsville: Ice cream social and bake sale, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Johnsville Museum. Johnsville Historical Society celebrates National Ice Cream Month in conjunction with Gold Discovery Days at Plumas-Eureka State Park. Museum open. Plumas-Eureka State Park: Gold Discovery Days, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Hands-on activities, historical demonstrations, food for sale, wagon rides, museums open. Family friendly. Plumas-Eureka State Park Association annual pancake breakfast/giveaway 8 - 11 a.m. Sun. Breakfast $10 adults, $5 kids under 10. For information: Graeagle Mill Works in Graeagle, K&S Store in plumas,; Kit Overcall, 414-0!78.. Portola, Hot Spot in Quincy, Sportman's Warehouse in Reno. For information: 832-4727, Greenville: Gold Digger Days, parade 10 a.m. on Main Street. Sponsored by Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce. Many activities throughout day, evening. Custom Car Get-Together, 5 p.m. - dark, parking lot on Highway 89 between Mohawk Trading Co. and Evergreen Market. Hosted by Mohawk Trading Co. Prize giveaway. Proceeds benefit Indian Valley Fire District. Lake Almanor: 10th annual Art Around the Lake, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 35-plus artists show work, open studios to visitors at 10 locations around lake. Hosted by Feather River Fine Arts Guild, Plumas Arts to help purchase art supplies for local public schools. Tickets, $10, include map, artist directory; available in advance in Chester at Good Vibrations, Books & Beyond, Blue Goose Gallery of Artists. Day-of tickets available at any tour location. For information:, Plumas-Eureka State Park: Gold Discovery Days kick-off hike. Meet 9 a.m. at park museum for moderate route, 10 a.m. at Eureka Lake for easy route. Dink and Dave Rife lead hike to original gold discovery site. Wear sturdy hiking boots; bring water, sunscreen. Lunch, historical tours follow at park until 3 p.m. Quincy: Car wash fundraiser for 4-H kids, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Les Schwab Tire Center. Driving clinic, 9 a.m., Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. High Mountain Riders sponsors horse-driving lessons by Scott Monroe funded in part by grant from American Driving Society. Auditors welcome for a fee. For information, to schedule lesson: Dorothy Edwards, 616-0858. Inaugural Jokers Wild Poker Walk, sign in noon - 1 p.m., Main Street Sports Bar at 395 Main St. Presented by United Bikers of Northern California, Plumas County Chapter/Bear Country Riders. $10 per person, e Graeagle: Free movie under the stars, starts around 8:30 p.m., Indian Peak Vineyard Playground (old preschool hind park). Presented by The Outpost. Featuring "Saving Mr: Banks." Chairs, popcorn provided. Bring blanket, warm clothes. Weather permitting. Lassen National Forest: California Native Plant Society outing, Wilson Lake. Group meets at Chico Mark & Ride; contact leader for alternate meeting site. Group explores lake shore, adjacent meadow, ice cave. For information: leaders Gerry, 893-5123, Wes, 342-2293; Lassen Volcanic National Park: Migratory bird banding demonstration. Portola: Annual Barbecue Beef Feed, 5 - 8 p.m., Portola City Park. Portola Volunteer Fire Department provides all-you-can-eat top sirloin, salad, breadsticks, beans; cotton candy machine on site. Tickets available at City Hall, Plumas Bank: $15 adults, $9 children. Proceeds go toward purchasing bikes for kids' giveaway. For information: Henry Johnson, 318-5864. Quincy: Central Plumas Recreation and Park District annual soccer camp, 9 a.m. - noon, Feather River College. Participants age 5 - 17 welcome. To register participant, for information: CPRPD, 283-3278, stop by office at 34 Fairground Road. Portola: Veterans dinner, Calpine Elks Lodge. Open to all veterans in Portola, Loyalton, Quincy, Greenville areas free of charge. To RSVP: veterans service office 283-6275; Calpine Elks Lodge, 832-5785. More.PNF Firewood permits to be available Additional green firewood permits are available for personal firewood curing in the vicinity of Snake Lake near Quincy, according to local Forest Service officials. Special green, project-specific fuelwood permits are required, priced at $10/cord with a two-cord minimum. "The first phase of the program was a success," said Andy Hart, small sales forester for the Mt. Hough Ranger District of the Plumas National Forest. "Wood cutters did a good job of removing their wood and piling their debris." The trees are a mix of white fir, pine and cedar averaging 8 inches in diameter, and, if split, would be dry in time for next winter's heating needs. marked trees and must pile the needles and small limbs left behind. Cutters may not leave the road to scout for trees but may do so to pick up their cut firewood, provided there is no resource damage to the soil and surrounding vegetation. The green firewood cutting area is along Snake Lake Road (National Forest System Road 24N27 and Plamas County Road 435) within T24N/T25N R 9E, Section 6. Special green firewood permits and a cutting area map are available at the Mt. Hough Ranger District Office 39696 Highway 70, Quincy, CA, 283-0555, and on Thursdays and Fridays at the Greenville Work Center, 122 Hot Springs Road, Woodcutters may only cut Greenville, CA, 284-7126. Soccer camp set for next week The Central Plumas Recreation and Park District's annual soccer camp will be starting this coming Monday, July 21. The camp will be held at Feather River College, and will run Monday through Friday, from 9 in the morning till noon each day. Any participant between the ages of 5 and 17 is welcome. The participants will be placed in groups according to age and playing level. The 12- to 17-year-olds, however, are placed in groups geared more toward competitive play, and these groups offer intense and structured training to challenge a player's skill and field awareness. Instruction will be provided by former collegiate players, as well as the head men's and women's soccer coach at Feather River College, Don Williams. "This camp is designed to provide an enjoyable soccer experience for youth, while developing new skills and a deeper appreciation for the game of soccer. We are really excited about the coaches we have on board this year, and we hope to see a really strong turnout," said CPRPD Sports Coordinator Jeren Seibel. To register a participant or to get more information, contact CPRPD at 283-3278, or stop by the oiIice at 34 Fairground Road. BLOTTER, from page 5B incoherent. The call was transferred to SIFC. A deputy advised that SIFC should not respond because the man was intoxicated. A sergeant advised he would be transporting the man back to his residence. Intoxicated: in Quincy, a caller at the music festival reported that a male was under the influence and caUsing a disturbance. The caller said the man was wearing only a towel and was making obscene gestures to children. A deputy advised that an ambulance would be on the way and that he would stand by until it arrived. PDH was notified. The man was transferred to PDH. Theft: In Quincy, a caller reported the theft of 20 wristbands at the music festival. A deputy was advised. Sunday, July 6 Car vs. deer: In Portola, a caller reported they just struck a large deer and that it was still in the roadway. The caller advised that there were no human injuries but that the airbags deployed. The call was transferred to the CHP. Eastern Plumas fire was paged as a precaution. The information was provided to the EPHC. Monday, July 7 Bear: In Clio, a caller at 1767 Valley Ranch Road reported five incidents of a bear breaking into homes. The caller said the bear usually comes around at night. The information was provided to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Combative patient: In Quincy, a caller at the hospital requested assistance with a combative patient. The caller said the man was yelling and screaming and fighting with the staff. The caller said staff members had the man held down for now. There were no weapons involved. A detective and a sergeant responded and assisted. Wednesday, July 9 Dog bites horse: In Greenville, a deputy received information about a dog bite. The caller said a dog had bitten her horse and that it had happened before. The call was faxed to animal control. Uninvited cook: At Bucks Lake, a caller at the old 4-H Camp reported that a man walked into a random trailer and started cooking a meal using the trailer owner's food. The suspect was described as a 30ish male with blond hair and a scab on his forehead. The caller said the property caretakers were the ones who saw the man. The caller did not believe the man was still there. The caller said there had been a lot of transients and hikers in the area the past several days. A deputy was later advised that a man with sandy hair, wearing blue shorts, a blue shirt and white sunglasses, entered a local store and made a purchase using coins from a pill bottle. The store attendant believed the bottle of coins was stolen from the trailer. The man reportedly left the store on foot and turned right at the fire station. The information was provided to a deputy. F i m I m m I SENIOR MENU II Monday, July 21 m | Sweet pepper & cheddar strata, tossed green salad, | dinner roll, mandarin | oranges. Tuesday, July 22 Pork roast, baked beans, | steamed greens, ww dinner roll, applesauce. i i i i i mmm I1 Wednesday, July 23 Tuna-noodle casserole, peas | & canliflower, red & green grapes, ice cream. | Thursday, July 24 | Leaf lettuce topped with chicken salad, whole wheat | roll, melon fruit cup. | Friday, July 25 | Broccoli-beef stir fry, brown rice, cubed pineapple, cupcake. | I I Nutrition sites: Chester, 394-7636; Quincy, 283-0643; Greenville, 284-6608 (day before for reservation); Portola, 832- | 4173; Blairsden open Wed. only, call 832-4173 Tuesday for reservations. Suggested donation $2.50 for 60 yrs & older. | One guest may accompany each senior, $6 mandatory | charge. Menus may change. Hours: Noon at all sites. L m ,m .... --. --- m i   i --- dl