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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 7B Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood, in his 1984 QHS class photo and now in 2015, encourages Lori Baily, in her 1986 QHS senior yearbook photo and present day, is coordinating the dunk tank fairgoers to "give me a bath." fundraiser, offering fairgoers some fun and friendly revenge against a local authority. Photos Ann Powers Staff Writer Upset about a recent speeding ticket? Kind of peeved after paying a parking violation? Going to the fair? If the answer is yes to any of those questions, the Quincy High School Class of 1986 is offering people a chance to exercise some fun and friendly 'revenge' against local law enforcement and other officials at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair, Aug. 12 - 16. QHS class of '86 grad Lori Bailey, with the help of "I'm sure there are a lot of people out there who will take advantage of the opportunity to give me a bath." Greg Hagwood Sheriff Plumas County several classmates, is leading thefundraiser that includes a dunk tank, Sheriff Greg Hagwood, some fu'efighters and other local officials. All proceeds benefit QHS. "Sheriff Hagwood was the fin'st to say yes," said Baily. Why? "I'm always the first to say yes to these things," Hagwood explained. "I'm just a sucker." Or, maybe just a guy who is still cool to his school. Hagwood graduated from QHS in 1984. His three children also earned diplomas there. "The high school is a official. Baily said the spirit, Hagwood encouraged special place for me," he operation would be set upfair attendees to give it a said. "I owe, and my near Old Towne in the shot, get him soaked and family owes, a debt of fairgrounds, help the high school all at gratitude. It's a wonderful "Sheriff Hagwood will be the same time. institution." out there for a while," she "I'm sure there are a lot of For $5, fairgoers can said. "We hope to have the people out there who will purchase three balls to fire departmentanother take advantage of the throw at the tank's target for day." opportunity to give me a a chance to soak the unlucky In typical good-sport bath," he joked. Food Safety & Sanitation CRN# 7318 Instructor: Sue Schultz Fall 2015: Dates: August 24 - 28, 2015 Time: 5 - 7:50 pm Location: Learning Resources Center 105, Feather River College (530) 283-0202 ext. 222 570 Golden Eagle Ave. Quincy, CA for ore info visit: www.frc,edu/admissions the third in a series, sponsored by The Oommo. good Oomw.ity Fo lafio. The public is invited to join The Common Good Community Foundation and the Feather River Land Ti-ust for hors d'oeuvres, a special talk, and dinner (optional) Thursday, August 13, 5:00 P.M. The Lake Alma_nor Tavern, Chester (next to Dollar General) Hors d-oeuvres No-host bar 5:00 Talk 5:30 No-host delicious Dinner 6:00 Call the Tavern at 258-2100 to reserve dinner by Aug. 11 Feather River Land Trust Executive Director Working together to protect the places that defme the Almanor Basin. How Land Trusts do community conservation Brief history of Feather River Land Trust Partnership with the Maidu Summit Consortium and conservation of Humbug Valley Save Olsen Barn Campaign: creating a Chester park/preserve PG&E Lands: what's next in conservation in the Almanor Basin Invite you to join Cattlemen,s Day at the Fair- 5pm and Extreme Bulls & Broncs - 7pm Saturday, August 15th Location: Rodeo Equestrian Arena at the Fairgrounds BUY YOUR VIP ..... $30 Per Meal & V.I.P. Seatin for i I