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EIIII~ O,~J ' r II. LIl~ I] Illlllllllll ll~ 13illlliitl tillllll ]l ] 6A Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Two tickets to ride subject of giveaway Trains and Travel Interna- tional, Inc., has donated two coach tickets for the Domes to Railroad Days-Feather River Express excursion train to the Portola Railroad Days Planning Committee. In addition, Chris David has donated two tickets for the Stars in the Barn. Both sets of tickets will be given away to lucky winners. These donations are being made to try and help the Railroad Days Events Com- mittee make up for a short- fall of funding for the 28th annual Portola Railroad Days. This event, along with many other programs, has had large funding cuts as lo- cal government and business people deal with their own shortfalls and a troubled economy. A ticket purchase of $20 could win the following prizes totaling $376 and help to promote this community tradition of Railroad Days. The train tickets are for the westbound tril3 through the Feather River Canyon, on the old former Western Pacific route. This trip his- torically coincides with the 100th year anniversary of the first through passenger train, which passed through Portola, while running on the newly completed track from Utah to California, on Aug. 20-22, 1910. This route has seen very few non-private passenger trains since 1970. In other late-breaking news and following a near sell-out for the Domes to Railroad Days, the Feather River Express, a rail buff group from the Bay Area who had reserved all of the seats in the Silver Splendor Vista Dome, has just re- leased 20 lounge seats for us to sell. The price for this ticket is $348 roundtrip and the local folks option is being offered at $198. These tickets are available for either Friday, Aug. 20, or Sunday, Aug. 22. Also there are still three Pullman sleeper rooms avail- able with premium dome seating. Remember, half of the pro- ceeds are being donated to the Western Pacific Railroad Museum. For more information on these rooms or to book on the Silver Splendor Lounge, call the reservations line for Trains & Travel Internation- al, Inc. at (800) 359-4870 or (775) 453-1004. 6oldclass Fairgrounds During these past hot, hot, hot weeks, the Graeagle Millpond has been looking particularly inviting. However, swimmers who are tempted to cool off should take precautions to avoid swimmer's itch. Photo by Diana Jorgenson Swimmer's itch possible at G'raeagle Millpond Diana Jorgenson Portola Editor djorgenson@plumasnews.com When the weather turns very hot, and August is usual- ly the month claiming that distinction, shallow bodies of water like Graeagle's Millpond can become prone to carrying parasites, resulting Th in swimmer's itch. bird., Swimmer's itch, according may to the Plumas County E~vi- Sym] ronmental Health Depart- stinl ment, is a skin irritation you hour can get from wading, swim- to an ming or floating in water that contains small parasites called blood flukes. KRETH HANDYMEN BUILD IT, FIX IT, REMODEL IT ' : We CareAbout You! No lob Too Big or Too Small ' ' Steve Kreth ~ ~'~ ' Insured ~:~ ~ ~g~ ..... ~,L!cense:#90E193 ~ ~ t~ ~~ A .er you see us at our fair booth, stop by the store, and ... i! .............. I All stepping,r stones (in-store specia~l only) :::~;: " Elegant ;frame portable patio fire bowls in brushed stainless or copper. A beautiful ~dition to your patio. Open Tues-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm Sat I Oam-4pm ~Closed Sun & Mon 3 parasites infest various and small animals and be present in the water. ~toms include itching or ;ing lasting about an A skin eruption similar insect bite accompanied by a ~ash may also appear. Sw!im j" mers with especially sensitive skin may get small Diistrs and the intense itch- ing may last as long as a weel~. Over-the-counter reme- dies may provide relief from the itching. To avoid the itch altogether, do not swim in areas with large numbers of ducks or geese, since they carry the parasite. If you do swim, swim in deeper areas and avoid shal- low ~ireas. Young children sit- ting along:the~hbreline are particularly vulii~able. Swim for shorter pei'iods of time, less than 10 minutes, and "rub the skin with a rough towel immediately after get- ting out of the water to re- move the parasites before they can enter the skin. That said, find a deep pool of water and dive in. Cooling off in cool mountain waters is part of the charm of blistering hot August days. We can't let :it all go to the birds. ~:: ~ ~i~ ~ iii~iii ':!i~:ii'~ ;:~;: ':iiiii'?i,i~ii! ............ :!i~'~N~l Early morning & evening appointments available All appointments seen promptly Accept all insurance Friendly and knowledgeable staff PL~ PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283'2202 1.800.434.7428 ="1,01 : 530-257-5767 "~ Visit us online at: www.plumasdish.com ~ E T W o ~ ~, AUTHORIZED RETAILER Digital Home Advantage plan requires 24-month agreemen and ared t qua fcafion, f service ~s terminated before *he end of ~reement a cence'latio~ fee of 17 r, nl-~.. ,~..~, .. applies, Programming credits apo ..... y during firs 12 ma~ths $10/too HD eqd-on ~e wa red f~ I;'e o current acceun[" requires A9-= reemen;. AutoPa'y wi'h, Papertess ~in~'Pi'Bg. 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