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14A Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Feather River Bulletin m m With high summer temper- higher, health permitting, not in use. Star fluorescent torchieres. atures expected, PG&E offers When away from home, raise Do full loads when using Consider purchasing a these tips to help stay cool, the thermostat to 85 degrees, your clothes washer dryerwhole house fan to cool your save energy during summerClean or replace air condi- and dishwasher, house, or use a portable heat" tioner filters monthly during Unplug and recycle your evaporative cooler if you live the cooling season, second refrigerator, in a hot, dry climate. No cost actions Keep the sun and heat out Use dimmers, timers and Turn off equipment when of your house by closing Low-cost actions motion sensors on indoor and not in use, like appliances, drapes or blinds on south- Replace incandescent light outdoor lighting. lights, televisions, computer and west-facing windows, bulbs with energy-efficient Install an Energy Star monitors and printers. Activate power-saving compact fluorescent lamps, programmable thermostat to Set air conditioner ther-features on your computers Replace hazardous halogenprevent unnecessary heating mostats at 78 degrees or and office equipment whentorchiere lamps with Energy orcooling. Pacific Gas and Electric Company can help con- sumers save energy with rebates and other energy- efficiency programs. When buying a new refrig- erator, dishwasher or clothes washer, look for the Energy Star label. Those appliances use less energy than standard models and cost less to run. Rebates are available for room air conditioners, portable evaporative coolers, central air conditioners, heat pumps, high-efficiency air conditioners and geo- exchange heat pumps. For more information, call PG&E's Smarter Energy Line at (800) 933-9555. is JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION SUNDAY, JULY 2STH 8:S0 AM Robbins will be closed Saturday, 24 for the fair. r-- |||mwmmmmmm m | m m m m m m m |mmm| m mmmmmmmlmmm=ummwmmm|mmnm||mmm~mmmm|||mmnmnmmmmmmmm| : a $20.00 Robbins : ( u can spend at : ,s this week when I you buy $100.00 or [ onFumitureJuly21"July23'2010anything we sell. Not subject to prior sale. more...cut it out and use ! :It as ~m~mmm~m~m~mmm~mm~m~mm~mmmmm~m~mm~~m~mmm$~mm~mmm|m~mmmmmmm~mm~mm~m~ Re cliner ...with coil springs. Fits men up to 6'7", up to 400 Ibs. and is stocked in 3 colors. Reg. 789. After a hard day's work get a good night's sleep! GENTLE NIGHTS SUPREME FIRM W/15 YR WARRANTY Twin set ...... SALE Full set ........ SALE 0ueen set .... SALE m King set ...... SALE 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE 257-7788 - CA LIC 448528 The fifth annual Bucks Lake Team Fishing Derby takes place Saturday, July 31, at the Sandy Point day use area, fishing starts at 6 a.m., Saturday, with the weigh-in starting at 12:30 p.m. and end- ing at 2 p.m. Contestants have to be in line by 2 p.m. for their count to be weighed. The derby is the major fundraiser for the FRC fish hatchery. It also benefits the fisheries programs at Chester and Quincy high schools. There is a barbecue lunch and a drawing at 1 p.m., lunch is $15 and open to any- one, not just entrants in the tournament. The event is a team derby, boating only -- no fishing from the shore. Everyone in the boat has to be a paid team member. The cost is $50 per person for adults (16 and over), $25 for students over 16, and juniors (under 15) fish free with a paid adult. There are: side competitions for big mackinaw, trout and 50/50 blind bogey, $20 each or $50 for all three. Registration forms and rules may be downloaded at events or by calling Zach Parks at 283-0202, ext. 224. QHS class of 1980 BBQ and picnic Quincy High School's class of 1980 will meet 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., for a barbecue and picnic Saturday, Aug. 14, at Gansner Park. Cost for the family-friendly event is $10 per person -- that includes hamburger or hot dog, chips and soda. Organizers are asking for volunteers to bring salads or side dishes. For more information or to R.S.V.P., call or e-mail Lynn Thomas-Novi at (916) 956-3840 or Early morning & evening appointments available N1 appointments seen promptly Accept all insurance Friendly and knowledgeable staff PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 i help If) it's ing we can' ll find sOme o can. General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 .... w .... _ I i II