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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 7A This locomotive is on display at the Western Pacific Railroad Museum in Portola. Win a chance to run a Railroad Days, Aug. 21 - 23. Photo by Michael Clawson for City of Portola and Western Pacific Railroad Museum in As part of an ongoing have a Contest that will community, both offering a collaboration to promote allow one lucky winner, and unique opportunity where the historic Western Pacific up to three of their friends recreation and technology Railroad town of Portola,, and/or family, to ride along come together in a historic and the annual Railroad as they run a real setting with roots in Days Celebration on Aug. locomotive around the railroad heritage, and an 21 - 23, the Portola City tracks, eye on the future," said City Council and Western The Run a Locomotive Manager Robert Meacher. Pacific Railroad Museum contest is one of severalTom Carter, of the board of directors are marketing strategies the Western Pacific Railroad holding a contest for a two entities have teamed up Museum, said, "This coveted prize - running a on, promoting themselves contest is a great way to real locomotive, and the region as an areashowcase our museum, and People come from all over where "people live where historic little city." the world to participate in they want to play." The Run a Locomotive the Museum's Run a "The museum is one of contest winner will be Locomotive program. This the many attractions we selected at the Portola year, the city and museum have, as well as our Railroad Days COME TO EPHC 4TH ANNUAL FASHION SHOW Thi free evenf H 9fglin' die ! when? Wed., August 19th, 6:00 pm Portola Station Baptist Church Refre hmenf provided. www.ephc.org ,,,and so much more is just I C LICK AWAY locomotive during Portola celebration on Aug. 22. To enter the Run a Locomotive Contest, visit discoverportola.com/ entry-form.html, download the entry form and drop it off at the Western Pacific Railroad Museum before 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 22 for a chance to win. The 33rd annual Round Valley Run was deemed a success by organizers, with more than 70 participants and many volunteers coming out for a beautiful summer morning in Indian Valley on Aug. 1. Greenville High School senior Alejandra Garcia organized th.is year's event with John Shower as her mentor. The race day began with 16 adorable youngsters racing through clouds of color -- for the first ever color run -- organized by Haley Easley of Greenville. Then it was time for the featured run. Rob Orr, from Winnemucca, Nevada, took first place overall a time of 36:15. Matt Staggs, from Lake Almanor, secured second place finishing in 36:51. First female was Diana Bailey, from Janesville, with a time of 43:26, followed by Amy Hafsrud, from Greenville, in 44:05. Each age group had its own set of winners as well. Starting with the 1.5-mile Junior Run: Tanner Watson, from San Diego, took overall male with a time of 13 minutes and Desiree Bailey, from Susanville, took overall female in 14:42. Morgan Watson, from San Diego, and Vellocity Wahl, from Reno, took second place for male and female overall, followed by local Westin Lawson placing third overall for the males. Moving on to the 5.4-mile main run, ages 19 and under, Brad Woods, from Susanville had a time of 56:28 and Julianne Cook, from Greenville, posted a time of 52:05, taking first place -- male and female -- followed by males Kevin Story and Colton Lawson. Age group 20-29: Matt Staggs, from Lake Almanor, in 36:51 and Camille Swezy, from Taylorsville, in 50:48, won first Thank You! un place -- male and female. Juvenal Garcia, of Hamilton Branch, and local science teacher Trey Ferris took seconc and third for the men. Julia Polasik, of Lake Almanor, and Jessica Garcia, of Hamilton Branch, clocked second and third for the women, Age group 30-39: Rob Orr, from Chester, clocked a 37:16 and Dianna Bailey, from Susanville, fmished in 43:26, coming in first place. Females Shannon Story, of Chester, and Dante Meyer, of Quincy, took second and third, while Eric Jessen, from Chico, and Patrick Joseph, of Greenville, were second and third for the men. Age group 40-49: Rob Story, of Chester, with a 37:16 and Chester's Wendy Durkin with a 57:39 took first-- male and female. Females Karla Holmberg and Shannon Miller captured second and third, while Mark Hanson from Chester, and school board member Bret Cook, of Greenville, took second and third for the men. Age group 50-59: Michael Rivas, from Susanville, in 42:40 and Amy Hafsrud, from Indian Valley, in 44:05 took first-- male and female. Ray Bailey, from Susanville, and Coline Beyer, from Westwood, won second while Kay Runyun of Janesville came in third. Age group 60-69: twin brothers Patrick and Mike Buzbee from San Jose, pulled second and third with times of .. 43:08 and 43:40, followed by Quincy's Steve Ward for third. Fabia Buzbee, from Yuba City, ran a 55:16 for first female. Age group 70+: Quincy's Stephanie Leaf took first place in 56:08, while Reno's Mike Thorson placed first in 53:03, followed by Quincy's Charlie Brown and Lake Almanor's Jim Drake taking second and third. The Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Men and Women Clubs would like to thank all the Tee Sponsors, Businesses and Individual Donors that helped make the 2015 Charity Tournament such a success. Your support and dedication to our local community is very much appreciated. Tee Sponsors Bordertown Casino - Reno, NVGrizzly Ranch Golf Ciub Plumas Sierra Rural Elect. Bruce H. Lee, D.D.S. Hansen & AsSociates River Pines Resort CaI-Sierra "lqtle Co. Hunt & Sons Trucking Robert D. Mcllroy, Attorney Cheeseburger Restaurants, Inc. R. Stockton State Farm Ins.Little Bear RV Park Clio River's Edge RV Park Intermountain Disposal Walton's Grizzly Lodge Coates Tire Center, Les Schwab J & M Manufacturing Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club Digital Path, Inc. Greenhorn Creek Guest RanchJohn V. Foley, M.D. Gary Romero Leonards Market, IGA Graeagle Store George & Karen Fraser Plumas Pines Golf Resort Plumas Co. Mini Storage Graeagle Associates Realtors Graeagle Men'sGolf Assoc. Michael Barton, D.D.S. Graeagle Land and Water Co. Mario Garibotti, D.D.S. Don Clark, In Memory of Harvey West Jr. Business and Individual Donors Graeagle Meadows G01f CourseGrizzly Ranch Golf Club Lake Shastina Golf Course Plumas Pines Golf Resort Schaffer's Mill Golf ResortWhitehawk Ranch Golf Club Coyote Restaurant Cuccia's Restaurant Graeagle Fros-Tee Graeagle Market Graeagle Meadows RestaurantGraeagle Outpost Longboards Restaurant Herrington's Resort John & Barbara Capdeville Gary Kinkley Jeff & Patty Monaghan Chuck & Ann Pratt Josh & Lisa Shaskan Summer Stevenson Mike Hix George & Karen Fraser Dick Eck Ron & Carol Eaton Sat Hot & Fresh Food Clean Bathrooms Safewoy Gas Rewards 24 Hr i Fountain Drink & Blue II 151 Crescent Street, Quincy 530.283.3999