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14A Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010 Feather River Bulletin DELIVERY, SET-UP & REMOVAL! PLATINUM PLUSH FIRM FULL SEI' .... Reg.,99. ~t68. SCULPTEO FOAM, OVER QUEEN SET .Reg. 379. ~ 338o 3SO COILS. S YR HPR/S 'R PR WARRANTY KIN, ,El...Reg. 549. ',,~ 498. CHABLIS LUXURY FIRM 12" THICK 10 YR WARRANTY ou,,.,,, .e,,,o 448. KING SET ....Reg. 699. .......SUPREMEL-GE-H*LT=LE~NIGHTSFIRM, IS .... FULL SET .. ,Reg. 549. ,~ 498, ~Y, ~oEUR~~II I IULL SEt ......... Reg. 749..~ 698 e ,.. ,o..,..., .,,,., ,,, 548, 0.,,,- ....... ,,,. 748, WARRANTY. THICK FOAM 848 "'"""'"" "1048 QUILT TOP KING SET ...Reg. 899. O SUPPORT KING SET ..... Reg. 1099. ~ O TWIN SET FULL SET QUEEN SET .. .... R~ 849 KING SET ........ Reg. 1199: ~'CLASSlC LUXURY ...... 648. ........ Reg. 799. 788. 1148. ~ ~~#t~~ CAMPANELLA PLUSH FIRM TWIN SET........ Reg. 979. ,~' 9281) FULL .~ SET ..... . .~. ~o79, QUEEN SET ..... Reg. 1099. ~11~ KING SET ....... Reg. 1499. ~ 1028. 1048. 1448. ~/~f'PARKDALE PLUSH FIRM TWIN SET ...... Reg. 1149.,~~ FULL SET ...... Reg. 12,9.,~1b QUEEN SET .... Reg.12~.~ KING SET ......Reg.1799.,~ Available/oAc U$ On the www.robbinshouse OF ~ & CAIII~~ :RDOlt& ~ 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE Z~~ 257-7788 CA LIC 448528 Nakoma to host tasting The Portola Railroad Days 2010 Committee is excited to show off one of the area gems, the reopened Nakoma Golf Resort. The committee has added another event to its robust calendar of activities celebrat- ing the area's lengthy love af- fair with train travel. Satur- day, Aug. 21, train guests, sea- sonal visitors and local resi- dents alike are invited to an inaugural wine tasting at re- cently reopened Nakoma Golf Resort on County Road A-15 outside of Portola. The event will take place 1 - 4 p.m., following the Golden Spike Parade. Shuttle buses will make a continuous loop between Portola and Graea- gle, with one headed in each direction to maximize oppor- tunities for guests to hop aboard from the parking lot at the Western Pacific Rail- road Museum in Portola. A $5 bus pass guarantees everyone an opportunity to experience not only Nakoma, but also everything in be- tween, without the hassles of parking or concerns about al- cohol consumption. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. The first 150 guests will receive com- memorative wine glasses. Area restaurants such as Longboards, Grizzly Grill and Cuccia's will demonstrate their support by providing signature appetizers or en- tree samples. Once a significant draw to the area, the clubhouse de- signed by Frank Lloyd Wright and its renowned Dragon golf course languished in bank- ruptcy nearly five years be- fore it was purchased in April this year by the Schomac Group of Tucson, Ariz. Although the clubhouse was concei~,ed tfl 1923 foi" the Nakoma Country Club in Madison, Wis., the daring de- sign was never constructed due to a poor economy and concerns about Wright's scandalous lifestyle during that period. District jamboree a success The Elks Northeast District held its annual Jamboree Ju- ly 15 - 18. There were 45 rigs from Rancho Cordova, Auburn, Sacramento, Lake Almanor, Nevada City, Grass Valley, Reno, Alameda and Quincy. Calpine Lodge served breakfast, Quincy Lodge cooked dinner and Grass Val- ley served 112 dinners. Pig races, goofy golf, wash- er toss and horseshoes were some of the jamboree activi- ties. A few Elks enjoyed a tour of the mill. Next year's jamboree will be July 14 - 17, 2011. Horseshoe throwers wanted Anyone interested is horse- shoes is welcome to stop by the pits next to the group area at the Greenville Camp- ground Wednesday, Aug. 11, at 5p.m. It will be the Indian Valley Horseshoe Pitchers' last night of sanctioned play and a fun nighti with hot dogs, snack foods and lots of cama- raderie. Pitchers welcome all com- ers who are interested in learning about the club and how they can enter the na- tional club and pitch any- where in the world.