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16A Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Wellness fair includes 5K, tour of park property Plumas District Hospital, Plumas Physical Therapy and Central Plumas Recreation and Park District are joining forces for a wellness fair Sat- urday, Aug. 28. The fair promises a number of fun and healthy events. Things get underway at 8 a.m. in Pioneer Park with registra- tion for a 5K walk/run that begins at 9 a.m. The free wellness fair fol- lows, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., with vendors, demos and more. A bounce house, fire truck, food samples, horseshoes, bocce ball, volleyball, gymnastics tumbling circuit, Russian ket- 'tleball demonstration and ba- by seat demo are all on the agenda. In addition there's free swimming at Pioneer Pool, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Registration for the 5K is $10 before Aug. 26, and then increases to $15. To register, stop by Plumas District Hos- pital or Plumas Physical Therapy, 78 Central Ave., Suite #2, to pick up a registra- tion form. The Central Plumas Recre- ation and Park District has announced it will conduct a public tour, at 10 a.m. during the wellness fair, on property it recently acquired as an ad- dition to Pioneer Park. The site tour is the first of many opportunities for com- munity members to partici- pate in the planning process for eventual development of the park addition according to District General Manager Jim Boland. "While the planning process for the property is in the preliminary stages, some early conceptual ideas have included: an athletic field en- circled by a community fit- ness track, outdGor basketball courts, a footprint on the site for a future multi-purpose recreation facility, and access and parking amenities." The site is ideally suited for future park development giv- en its proximity to Pioneer Park, bike paths connecting the property to Quincy and East Quincy, and a nearby bus stop, according to Boland. A vital consideration for any future site development plan will be the recreation and park district's capacity in the short and long term to op- erate and maintain additional park improvements responsi- bly. The site tour will originate at the Rotary Group Barbecue Pavilion, at the northeast end of Pioneer Park off Pioneer Road. The tour will last ap- proximately 30 minutes. For more information re- garding the site tour contact Jim Boland at the district of- rice, 283-3278. Bring your car! Bring your U-Haul! Bring your truck! BEDDING: Close-Out M ras Set Firm REG, SALE SAW Queen Size ............................................. 549 ........ 388. ..... 161. Full Size Firm .......... i ............................ 649 ........ .488, ..... 1 61. Full Size Luxury Beautyrest ........... 849 ........ 588. ..... 261. King Size Quilt Top ............................. 829 ........ 88. ..... 141. Eastern King Luxury Firm ............... 899 ......... 688. ..... 211. 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The class- es will be held rain or shine and will be held on the grassy area at the Plumas- ' Sierra Fairgrounds. As class size is very limited, early registration is encouraged. Gimbel also advised, the first class, Sept. 2, is to be an orientation for dog owners only, pets are to be left at home. For more information or to register for the class, con- tact the recreation and park district office at 283-3278. Quilting happenings Congratulations go to Lin- da White and the Lakeside Quilters for planning and or- ganizing the "Once Upon a Quilt" show Aug. 7 - 8 for the Chester Piece Makers Quilt Guild. The Viewers' Choice win- ner was a tie in the large quilt category: Olivia Christ- ian of Lake Almanor won for her "Dear Jane" quilt, a hand-pieced and hand-quilted work. Della Myers of Greenville shared the award for her appliqued and hand- quilted "My Vintage Valen- tine." Meyers also won the Wear- able award with a jacket. The best group quilt award went to Kay Helmbold of Doyle for her shades of pink in "Kay's Stars and Feath- ers." Barbara Edgar was a dou- ble winner with her wall hanging, a lovely landscape of "Colorado Memories" and her glitzy Christmas tree skirt in home dGcor. Chelsea Crawford won the juvenile award for "Mmmm ... Cherries." Diane Morrow's "Stars Over America" took the chal- lenge quilt award. The Chester Piece Makers Quilt Guild is still selling tickets for its Opportunity Quilt, "Mountain Sunshine." The drawing for the quilt will be Oct. 11, at the regular guild meeting. The quilt took a blue rib- bon, best of division and re- serve best of show at the 2010 Plumas-Sierra County Fair. In other guild news, Goldie Olson of Chico will be the guest speaker at the Sept. 13 meeting in the Chester Memorial Hall. Olson is a very popular quilt teacher in the Chico area. She will teach a Chester workshop, the Hunter's Star, Tuesday, Sept. 14. View her sample quilt or sign up for the class at Mtn. Maid Quilters in Old Town Chester.