Newspaper Archive of
Feather River Bulletin
Quincy, California
Lyft
August 15, 2001     Feather River Bulletin
PAGE 16     (16 of 44 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 16     (16 of 44 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 15, 2001
 

Newspaper Archive of Feather River Bulletin produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Fair Parade 4B Wednesday, Aug,]5,2001 Buiiet~n, Pro{ Greenhorn Creek was represented as their people carrier was pulled by six draft horses. \ Photos by Victoria Metcalf Saturday with the annual ...... .. ilia Veterans once again opened the Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade 11. r---- .e,...~%.&,,.~&~'~] Is this a newfangled motor boat? No it's a collection of water crafts atop a truck. Wind surfers and more were on display. Pete Dryer, of Twain, blasted his way along Main Street during the Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade. The load noises thrilled some, spooked others, and just made some people cover their ears. This year's fair parade had some grand music as the Governor's Own Band t Army National Guard appeared. They also performed later at the ty Fair. Network Administration Computer Services Maintenance Consulting Plumas County Information Advanced Computing Solutions for Your When it comes to meeting the ....... ieclqnol0gy needs Of toda3;, .............. ' companies of all sizes turn to PCiT for professional solutions. PCiT specializes in networking, troubleshooting, tech support and high speed internet access utilizing W-DSL technology: PC4"T Staff - Left to right: Systems Administrator Baender, Owner Robert Schleebaum, Technic~ Gabe Camp, and Offce Manager Peggy Parades are a good way to announce and gain support for particular programs. This year, members of the community marched in support of the American Valley Path- ways campaign. 2056 E. Main St. #4 II I I I Utility Payment Assistance is Available and Benefit Levels Have Increased!! If you have already applied, APPLY AGAIN! If you haven't applied, DO IT NOW.* Don't be left out in the cold. Apply before the big rush in winter. If your income is at or below these amounts, you may be eligible for utility payment help. Family Size Gross annual Income 1 $21,475 2 $29,025 3 $36,575 4 $44,125 5 $51,675 Certain restriction apply--Funds are limited. Qualification does not guarantee payment. Call for an application: .(=7._h.es t e r ABC Center 258-4280 Healthy Start 832-1827 Wildw~~d 258-3350 Lassen Economic Development Corp. 256-3531 Susanville Social Se~:urity 257-5057 Lassen Career network 257-8152 Salvation Army 257-4139 City Hall 257-1017 Social Services 993-6720 Greenv tle Healthy Start 284-1560 Plumas County Community Development Commission 283-2466 O It's easy to spot our customers, they are the ones behind the wheel. At Murray & Edwards Insurance Agency automobile insurance rates are very, very low. Over 300,000 people in California {;witched their to Mercury Insurance last year.