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W nesclay, Aug. 1,2001 Bu'i e?n PrO( The 19th annual Round be awarded three deep in Valley Run will take place each age group. Saturday, August 18, at Overall winners will re- Round Valley Lake near calve $50 cash, a one-night Greenville. stay at a local bed'and break. The course is a 5.3.mile fast, and a framed picture of cross country loop around their finish. Runner-ups will the lake, with mostly flat ter- receive $25 cash, dinner for rain through meadows and two at a local restaurant, and forest. The course is mostly a framed picture of their fln. dirt with some paved sec- ish. tions, and there will be one Ribbons will be awarded to aid station with water at the all finishing walkers and halfway point. The run is not kids' run participants. The safe for baby Joggers or fastest boy and girl will each wheelchairs, win a pizza. A three-mile walk and a On the day of the race, reg. kids' run will also be offered. Istration will be from 7:30 to The up-and-back walk is 8:30 a.m., with the kids' run mostly flat and is suitable for beginning at 8:45 a.m. and the baby Joggers. The kids' race, run and walk starting at 9 for children 10 and under, is a.m. a 200-yard run and will be Parking will be available at held prior to the main event, marked areas near the start Preregistratlon for the run location, and in the day-use is $15 and must be received areas between the dam and by Aug. 8. Preregistrants the start area. Spectators may pick up packages with need to arrive before 8:45 bib numbers on race day. a.m., because the road is part Race day registration is $20. of the course and will be All entrants will receive a blocked at that time. quality embroidered baseball Proceeds will benefit the cap and a goodie bag. To reg- Keep Indian Valley Beautiful later online, go to , tion, contact race directors There will be a mens' and John and Marty Shower at womens' division for age 284-6856. groups 15 and younger, 16-25, 6-35, 36-45, 46- , 55-65, and 65 plus. Medals and prizes will Index # 'R25M C21M C22M PIgM P20M 'P24M Clinics August 6-August 10 Clinic Dates Days Times Int. Co-Ed Soccer 8/6.8/10 M-F 8 M-3:20PM S er .......8/6-8/10 M-F 8AM-3:20PM Int.'Boys 8/6-8/10 M-F 8AM-3:20PM Basketball Int. Gymnastics 8/6-8/10 M-F 8AM-3:20PM Adv." Football 8/6 -8/10M -F Int. Fo&ball 8/6.8/lO M-F Grade Location K-12 GHS K-12 CHS K-12 CHS K-8 FRG Fees $10 $10 $10 Contact FRG 8AM-3:20PM 9-12 PHS $10 8AM-3:20PM 5-8 PHS $10 Summer sports Sports clinics for youths in grades K.12 are offered this summer by Feather River College in Quincy, Greenville, Chester, Portola and Loyalton. If you haven't yet regis- tered for a clinic, you may register on the first day of your chosen clinic beginning at 8 a.m. at the clinic loca- tion. Be sure you bring a par. An Intermediate gymnas- tics class will be offered in Portole next week. Photo submi~ed clinics ent's signature, social security the $10 clinic fee. ticipants will hours of sport. All participants a sack lunch, ing water and ment and clothir Parents plea pick up 3 as the clinic is more the FRC Summer fice at 283-0202, weekly schedule found at plumas.org. Water park trip The Central Plumas Recre- ation and Park District has announced the date of its next Summer Adventure Se- ries outing for youths enter. Ing the fifth through the eighth grade. An encore trip to the Wild Island Water Park in the Reno/Sparks area has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 15, according to trip coordinator and district ad- ministrator Jim Boland. The previous trip to Wild Island was so popular that the kids have been lobbying hard for another one," Boland stated. The Summer Adventure Series was made possible through a Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement grant awarded to the recreation .y x.2001/0S. There is poten- ;. tlal for an extension of the to- bacco settlement grant funds for healthy recreation pro- ' . grams, indefinitely, provided the local recreation entities In Plumas County can demonstrate significant health benefits through their espectlve programs and ac- ttvfttee, according to Boland. To te, the recreation and .Park l.lstrict.has utilized its " 'tobacco settlernent funding to fa Ultate water aerobics, . swim lessons, lap swim and the Plumas swim team at PI- oneer.Pobl, the offering of a "preschool. summer camp, youth soccer camp, and the . Summer Adventure Series. . The final outing scheduled for the2001 Summer Adven- ture Serl ,' 'lll be a bus trip to the new Truckee Skate Park on Wednesday, August For. more Information about the Wild Bland Water Slide trip or othe healthy ac- tlvttibs made possible through the tobacco settle. ment funds, contact Jim Boland at 283-3278. 0 A 0 'IN} OMC IIUIBURIaAN I~, 4=4, =~, v-e, Mr. '.~, n~, P/w/t, ~IS, AM/FM cas~, low #~, 1514750. 'INJ GNIIMV OUlIUItlBAN a|oo 4=4, =SL, V4, Mr. =t, ~, P/wit. P/S, ~, #~m694, IS- BO 4X4 k md~, v.I, A/C, Ik cule, p/W/t, p/I, 0, AAA/FM ~ Hunter ed. class A hunter education class is being offered starting Monday, August 13, 2001. Th/8 class will be held at the uinc Library from 6-8 p.m. Aug. 19-17, and will con- tinue on Saturday Aug. 18, beginlth at 9 a.m. A foe will be charpd for each student that takes the clau. There Is no age limit, but we recommend uplng age 12 as a good guide for a base maturity level. This class will be limited to 26 s dents. A hunmr education certifi. cats is required for all per- sons who have not formerly held a California resident hunting license and wish to hunt in California. A hunter education certificate Is now a requirement in many oth- er states for those hunters that plan to hunt outside of California. A valid hunting license may no longer be enough to satisfy this re- quirement without proof of completion of a hunters edu- cation/safety class. Please contact Scott Hews. den at 283-1378, evenings af. ter 6 p.m. Students will be accepted on a first-come- first-serve dbasis. Io mira IXPLOIm| ~lMS, Showroom, Nelgkborkood NIm RENTAL CAR r ~elect|on! 611 Main St. * Car Lot, 40 N. Roop St.- Sale expires 8-14-01 All prices plus tax, lie. & doe. fees ot,t~..n'~,