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Fen ! Community News Wednesday, Aug15,2001 3A i I i i Photo by Debra Coates in the background, and John Davis paint btm of the First Baptist Church in Quincy. spent a week in Quincy on behalf of a their church in Georgia. By Debra Coates She was told that Pastor Managing Editor Norris Wells in Quincy had It may not be everybody's asked for help with construe- idea of a summer vacation, tion, so the two began corre- but 10 people from Georgia spending. Poole assembled a chose to fly 3,000 miles and team consisting of herself, paint a church--inside and her husband and eight others out. from several different Baptist Last week, members of four Churches in Georgia, and one Southern Baptist churches from North Carolina. painted the First Baptist The team began their work Church on Reese Street in Monday morning, and hoped Quincy Now, the church, to finish in time for a tour of which was previously gray, is the area before flying back to white with dark gray trim the East Coast on Sunday. The interior was also bright- Travel expenses were paid ened with several gallons of by the mission team, while white paint, the painting materials were While the men in the supplied by the Quincy church group painted the ex- church's building fund. terior, the women painted the Pastor Wells said he was church sanctuary, washed very appreciative of people and pressed the curtains, and who would donate their time gave the building a thorough and resources to help his cleaning, church. It was all part of the church This is not the first time mission the church has benefited Rebecca Poole, the trip's or- from such a mission. Two ganizer, said she read about years ago, a California-based several mission opportuni- mission team re-roofed the ties in her church newsletter, Quincy Church. back home in Georgia She And it was not the first could have decided to teach time these helpers from Geor- bible school, take youths gia ventured on a mission. camping, or do evangelical Some of the team had previ- work, but, instead, Poole ously worked in Alaska. wanted construction. I River Bulletin .Coates for second best Publishers Association is a lthree first-placenews page layout and design, professional trade organiza- two second-place .Advertising Director tion that represents nearly ttrue l ehewrpA v tbe-Cahfrn:a Sherri McConnell for display 500 newspapers. advertising, which captured This year, the Better News- second place, paper Contest received more rk ] rds marked the In addition, the Lassen than 3,300 entries from 212 County Times finished sec-newspapers. ss [b .m,,the past decade ond for excellence in classi- The Bulletin competed illetin has won el-fled advertising, but it is the against other weekly newp- Second place in same section that appears in supers. raost important the Bulletin and is put to- Of the Bulletin's 30 awards eOntest. gether by the Bulletin's Di- in the past decade, it re- 'p [L ' tlers, which were ane Kleine and Barbara Hall ceived 19 first-place awards " ] Aug. 11, include:"This is a terrific accom-and 11 second-place awards. Editor Debra plishment for the staff, said Keller has received seven 1 ,Portola Reporter Publisher Michael Taborski. first-place awards and four s coverage of the "This year's awards, and the second-place awards since iE.18 financial settle- awards we have won during 1995. jZ/ h took first place the past decade, speak to the Coates has received eight tive reporting. , commitment our staff has Better Newspaper Contest Eriter Dave Kellber displayed toward our read-Awards, half of them for first of articles ers, customers and advertis- place. ntanglements arid ers. The. vards aLso show McConnell has won two surroun}ling that,,, mong our peers, wefirst-place awards and three Igv'ernment, Whlch ai' '%c0}igidered a quality second-place awards, while g lace for communi- product" Pine Print, which The awards were given for articles and publications in weekly 2000. The California Newspaper INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" California State License P.I. 14614 Lake Almanor Kleine and Hall have earned three first-place awards and one for second place. All water heaters are not alike. Just like automobiles, there are different models & quality. The heaters may all give you hot water, but they will all last differently. Some are more energy efficient, saving you money. Brought to you by: Plumbtng,~eating/Sheet & Metal Co. Inc. 283-1605 [r~j~ for ~ n(~z~ t?otic~ next u'%-'k~ PSi 2001 TttC, L LP, U,/ BRING HARMONY AND BALANCE INTO YOUR HOME, AND NEW ENERGY INTO YOUR LIFE. Join us, and our guest speaker Laurie Munson, Holistic Health Care Consultant Date: August 18th Tune: 11:15 - 2:00 pm Location: Rising Star Gymnastics 267 Main St., Quincy Registration fee: $20 Personal consultation available. Call for an appointment. Contact Cyndi Stockton for more information. 283-16:24 / 19th Annual River Railroad Days 17th-19th, 2001 Schedule of Events Friday, August 17th !~r ribs tart 6-10pro Log Cabin Concert Senes 7-9pm City Park i "Qtb,~ Magic Band 9pro-Midnight B.~kwith Tavern Saturday, August 18th II Tournament 9am Baseball Fidds K. h I~l 1~.,, llam Downtown Route Noon Commerdal Street Park ; "~re ~-~ Market/Craft Faire All Day City Park meat m Noon 5 m Clt Park ~I~1~ra " the Park - p " y ~l~,',~ Demonstrations Noon4pm Riverwalk ~1"4~. ~r's ACtivities Noon-5pm City Park b'l~.raita Display All Day Railroad Museum ~7= All Day Railroad Museum ~,2.~ ~"aunc~a-thon All Day City Park r~.~ ~o 7-1 lpm City Park I Sunday, August 19th 9:00 am Baseball Fields ~t ~ 13uckie Race %0 am Feather River ~'~ACtionRace 10:00 am Feather River ~=t Show l 1:30 am City Park ~.,tl~ Noon-2 pm City Park Demonstrations Noon-4pm Riverwalk ~ A~tivities Noon-5pm City Park Ai~t in the Park City Park ~I~?L "u~"arket/Craft Fake 2-5:00 pm [~'~lt:" l~.Spn~lay~ All Day City Park All Day Railroad Museum All Day Railroad Museum thon All Day City Park lnformatto call 832-4216 II I Lawrence St. (next door to Stoney's) Wed., Aug. 22rid 7 p.m. Topics include: Water Rates High Sierra Music Festival Questions fielded to Supervisors concerning problems within the county & possible solutions. 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Fall Semester Starts Monday, August 27 Counseling and Registration Open Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm IIIII III I New Student Orientation Friday-Sunday, August 24-26 at FRC and Copper Creek Ranch Meet your fellow students and instructors Campus Tours * Live Music and Entertainment Campfire Games and Discussions Hiking Ropes Course Mountain Biking Swimming Canoeing and much more! All provided FREE to new students registering for fall classes at Feather River College Call 283-0202, ext. 286 for details Transportation from FRC ~ Copper Creek and back, Friday lunch through Sunday breakfast, and all gear/equipment are provided,