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Community News Wednesday Aug 15, 2001 SA was Just having too good a time in ears. Hopefully, he had as much fun with the as he and other members of the School Aged Program went to the fair on kids' day. i Photos by Shannon Morrow Jaelynne Rose, Hannah Wendell and Rhonda Hardy get splashed as Brady Kaumans misdirects the hose at the summer program's car wash Aug. 3. Hannah Wendell and Jaelynne Rose really put some ef- fort into shining-rip one of the many vehicles they washed to raise money for participants from the School Aged Child Care Program to go to the Plumas-Sierra County Fair. The August meeting of the Plumas County Republican Women Federated will be held on Thursday, Aug. 23, at 5:30 p.m. at Gansner Park in Quincy. In addition to the regular business meeting and picnic supper, the group will hear from Fred Krueger of the Na- tional Forest Service. Krueger will speak on forest issues and recreation, The Republican women's group is open for member- ship to all Plumas County Re- publican women. For information, call Dana Gerhardt at 283-5486. To make a reservation for the August meeting and pic- nic supper, call Bobby Mon- roe at 283-1053. The cost of dinner is $13. Reservations need to be in by Monday, Aug. 20. NOTICE TO BUCKS LAKE AREA RESIDENCES Dumping household garbage inside Haskin's Valley Campground is ,,, PROHIBITED. Violators will be prosecuted by American Land & Leisure. knows how dirt and grime is invited to a raeeting at the in Quincy on ', Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. Ors Ken Nelson have been in- will include the Music Festival rates, as well as of interest ex- Y audience mem- Hall is located Street next to Burger and rYOU not own home, but) stz//needpro See me for details on State Farm's extensive coverage at an affordable price. Richard K. Stockton, CLU Agent Lic. #OB68653 65 West Main Street Quincy (530) 283-0565 State Farm General Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois statefarm.comTM Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.* 414 ountain Yamaha 2019 E. Main St., Quincy Introducing the all-new Grizzly 660 Automatic 4x4t Hard-hitting. liquid- cooled. 5-valve. 660cc four-stroke single is the largest and most advanced engine ever put in an ATE Lightweight chassis design ensures the best power-to-weight ratio of any utility ATV in the industry. ,, Fully independent, long-travel front and rear suspension delivers maximum tire con- tact and comfort. Exclusive, push-button 3way On-Command" 4~,'O lets you choose between 2WD. 4WD and 4WD differential lock. Industry-leading ground clearance at 11.8". Fully automatic Ultramatic'" V- belt transmission delivers industry-leading reliability and all-wheel engine braking. vmaN ~ ~aHI A~ ~ U~ ~ ~ ~m cmrne ~aw ~aN~ W~ ~ imma Da~ a4~ I~,lmR~o~ Am~ lu~ a U ~IL ~ N mm~Nr~ Wl ! ~ W WN J N M cm~ ~n all (except items on consignment) Crafts 0it lamps Picture Frames Vases pecialty soaps ")(/ind chimes Beanies Bird houses * Variety of figurines and much more Stop by today! 2096 E. Main St. Quincy 283-5148 Remember... a For a unique dining experience in the spectacular Lakes Basin Recreation Area. Serving Dinner Menu Changes Daily Reservations Suggested Look for us 7 miles up Gold Lake Rd.