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2C Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter MARATHON, from page 1C we get more staff and more volunteers, and it's just fun to watch this thing grow." Running With the Bears was the smallest Boston Marathon qualifier in the nation this year, and generally attracted a type of athlete that enjoys more wide-open spaces and fewer crowds to deal with. Jeremy Brown, the marathon's winner, gushed about the natural beauty surrounding the course• "The first few miles were my favorite," said Brown. "Running in the cool morning air, surrounded by mountains -- it was a great way to start a race." Brown averaged seven-minute miles as he took on the 26.2-mile course, finishing in three hours, three minutes, 12.4 seconds• Andrew Sloan came in after Brown with a time of 3:16:05.2, followed by David Wiskowski who finished 10 minutes later in 3:26:05.7. In addition to the full-marathon course, Running With the Bears offered a half-marathon and a 10-kilometer course for participants to run. The half-marathon was ruled by local athletes, with three of the top four from Plumas ® Jeremy to win Brown crosses the finish line at Running With the Bears this year's marathon. Brown finished the 26.2-mile course in three hours, three minutes, 12.4 seconds. Brown qualified for the Boston Marathon with nearly seven minutes to spare. Photo by James Wilson CountY. Simo Leone, 25, of San Francisco, took the top spot for the half-marathon, coming in at 1:23:19.5. Chester's Robert Story, 39, placed second with a time of 1:32:40.3. Quincy's Phil Braddick, 57, took third with 1:38:04.4 and Greenville's Logan Kingsland came in right after Braddick in 1:39:11.8. In the 10K, the older runners dominated. Steve Whitt, 60, placed first with 49:13.5. Bruce Coury, 65, took second with 52:50.1 and Ran Chance, 51, placed third with a time of 54:56.1. Runners were greeted with a drink token, bottle of water and a massage• Later in the evening, the fun continued with live music, dancing and a barbecued pig. Slots•are open for the 2015 Running With the Bears. Mountain Circle plans to extend the number of slots available for the event to 500. To register, go to runningwiththebears.org. Sand volleyball Fairgoers enjoy a game of beach volleyball Aug. 16. In keeping with the fair's theme of "Fun and Games," the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District set up the volleyball court to draw and engage more people. Vaughn Rodgers and his daughter Valerie won the tournament and took home the gigantic trophy. Photo by James Wilson ,| The fall-sports season is upon us already -- at least the soccer season is. Plumas County teams will gather in Quincy this Friday and Saturday for Quincy High School's annual Augusffest tournaments. The boys are scheduled to play on the soccer field at Quincy High School, while the girls will take the fields at Feather River College. Details on the girls' tournament are unknown at this time. The schedule for the boys' tournament at Quincy High School is as follows: Friday Noon Quincy vs. Butte i p.m. Portola vs. Tulelake 2 p.m. Truckee vs. Butte 3 p.m. Redding Christian vs. Portola 4 p.m. Quincy vs. Truckee 5 p•m.Tulelake vs• Redding Christian Saturday 8 a.m.Quincy vs. Tulelake 9 a.m.Redding Christian vs. Butte 10 a.m. Truckee vs. Tulelake 11 a.m. Portola vs. Quincy Noon Truckee vs. Redding Christian 1 p.m.Butte vs. Portola 2 p.m.Third-place game 3 p.m.Championship game PUBLIC NOTICES ................... .......... 2014 HR 2389 TITLE III On September 16,2014 at 10:15 a.m. in the Chambers of the Plumes County Board of Supervisors, located at 520 Main St., Room 308, Quincy, CA, the Plumas County Board of Supervisors will finalize its approval of the following projects tentatively approved, on August 12, 2014 , APPL• AMOUNT ALLOCATED NO._=. ,APPLICANT CATEGORY/PROJECT REQUESTED AUGUST 12, 2014 " 1 Plumas county OES 1/11 $ 90,000.00 90,000.00 Wildfire Prevention Jerry Sipe 2 Plumas County Sheriff II $ 25,000.00 25,000.00 Search & Rescue Dean Canalia • " 3 Plumas County Sheriff • OES Radio Tower and Vault Project ' Dean Canalia ' Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP, Aug. 20, 20141 II $ 130,482.86 130,541.88 • :" FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2014-0000169 (Expires: 7/2/2019) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: ERICKSON ENERGY MANAGEMENT, ' LLC. • 'Business Address: #1 Wishram Trail, , Graeagle, CA 96103; County of Plumas. , Phone: (530) 518-4134. ' MailingAddress: PO Box 1014, Graeagle, CA • 96103. i,iThis business is conducted by: Limited • Liability Company. • Darrell Erickson, #1 Wishram Trail, Graeagle, • CA 96103. i The registrant(s) commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: 3/27/2014. i Signed: Darrell Erickson, owner. This statement was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Plumas County on the date indicated below: . Filed:' July 2, 2014• .. Kathy Williams, County Clerk By: Sue Cliff, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, 2014] FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO• 2014-0000189 (Expires: 8/6/2019) The following person(s) is/ara doing business as: PEAY INSTALLATIONS. Business Address: 144 Karen Street, Quincy, CA 95971; County of Plumas. Phone: (831) 241-1508. Mailing Address: PO Box 453, Quincy, CA , 95971. , This business is conductedby: individual. • Chandler Peay, 144 Karen Street, Quincy, CA 95971. • The registrant(s) commenced to transact ' business under the above name(s) on: Not : Applicable. Signed: Chandler Pea), This statement was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Plumas County on the date indicated below: Filed: August 6, 2014. 'Kathy Williams, County Clerk- .' By: Sue Cliff, Deputy ' Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Aug. 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 20141 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2014-0000183 (Expires: 7/23/2019) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: MT. LASSEN THEATRE. Business Address: 200 Main Street, Chester, CA 96020; County of Plumas. Phone: (530) 95971. 228-9735. The registrant(s) commenced to transact Mailing Address: PO Box 1266, Chester, CA business under the above name(s) on~ Jan. 96020. 1, 2004. Signed: Richard A. Kerr This business is conducted by: Individual. This statement was filed in the office of th~ Todd DuBord, 461 Melissa, Chester, CA County Clerk of Plumas County on the dat~ 96020. indicated below: The registrant(s) commenced to transact Filed: August 8, 2014. business under the above name(s) on: Kathy Williams, County Clerk 7/1/2014, By: Julie A. Rizzo, Deputy Signed: Todd DuBord Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP This statement was filed in the office of the Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 20141 County Clerk of Plumas County on the date indicated below: Filed: July 23, 2014. Public Notice Kathy Williams, County Clerk DEPARTMENT OF By: Sue Cliff, Deputy HOMELAND SECURITY Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP FEDERAL EMERGENCY Aug. 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 2014 MANAGEMENT AGENCY Proposed Flood Hazard Determinations FICTITIOUS BUSINESS for Plumas County, California and NAME STATEMENT Incorporated Areas NO.2014-0000184 The Department of Homeland Security's (Expires:7/28/2019) Federal Emergency Management Agency The following person(s) is/are doing business has issued a preliminary Flood Insurance as: DOLLAR STORE, THE. Rate Map (FIRM), and where applicable, Business Address: 257 E. Sierra Ave., Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report, reflecting Portola, CA 96122; County of Plumas. Phone: proposed flood hazard determinations within (530) 876-6970. Plumas County, California and Incorporated Mailing Address: 33 E. Plumas Ave., Portola, Areas. These flood hazard determinations CA 96122. . may include the addition or modification of This business is conducted by: A Married Base Flood Elevations, base flood depths, Couple. Special Flood Hazard Area boundaries or John Knope, 33 E. Plumas Ave., Portola, CA zone designations, or the regulatory flood- 96122; way. Technical information or comments are Kimi S. Knope, 257 E. Sierra Ave., Portola, solicited on the proposed flood hazard deter- CA96122. minations shown on the preliminary FIRM The registrant(s) commenced to transact and/or FIS report for plumas County, business under the above name(s) on: Sept. California and Incorporated Areas. These 18, 2014. flood hazard determinations are the basis for Signed: Kimi Knope the floodplain management measures that This statement was filed in the office of the your community is required to either adopt or County Clerk of Plumas County on the date show evidence of being already in effect in indicated below: Filed: August 6, 2014. order to qualify or remain qualified for partic- Kathy Williams, County Clerk ipation in the National Flood Insurance By: Julie A. Rizzo, Deputy Program. However, before these determina- Published FRB; IVR, PR; CP tions are effective for floodplain management Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 20141 purposes, you will be provided an opportuni- ty to appeal the proposed information. For information on the statutory 90-day period FICTITIOUS BUSINESS provided for appeals, as well as a complete NAME STATEMENT listing of the communities affected and the NO. 2014-0000193 locations where copies of the FIRM are avail- (Expires: 8/8/2019) able for review, please visit FEMA's website The following person(s) is/ara doing business at as: AAA MAINTENANCE. http://www.floodmaps.fema.gov/fhm/scripts/ Business Address: 5640 Bartow Road, bfe_main.asp, or call the FEMA Map Quincy, CA 95971; County of Plumas. Phone: Information eXchange (FMIX) toll free at 1- (530) 283-1472. 877,FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627). Mailing Address: PO Box 479, Quincy, CA Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP 95971. Aug. 20, 27, 2014I This business is conducted by: Individual. Richard A. Kerr, PO Box 479, Quincy, CA ont effort int ocl kds to t iathlo skills The 20,000 Lives collaborative network recently awarded the Eastern Plumas Recreation District a small grant that will support a youth triathlon training camp hosted by Community Multi port Events. ...... , ........ Theig !,of the, is-to:: develop an interest in fitness in local youths through the sport of triathlon. Given the economic challenges in local communities and high obesity levels in children, it is important to engage with youths by offering alternatives to traditional sports. Community Multisport Events hosts local triathlon, cycling and running events for the benefit of Plumas County's communities. Many local youths have expressed an interest in participating after seeing young people from other areas (e.g. Truckee Wild Cherries Youth Triathlon Team) race in local triathlons. • Portola Pool, the Graeagle However, youths cannot Millpond and surrounding participate in a USA areas. In the pool, Triathlon sanctioned event participants will work on without first developingswim stroke fundamentals, important skills to ensure buoy turns and navigation• safety. These skills include The swim class will then open water swim skills and progress to open water road biking skills. The youth instruction to practice open i t~iathlOti ~affi~ill initiate :water starts and exits, local kids'age 12: 17 into the navigation in open water sport of triathlon, and safety. The Triathlon Camp is for On the bike, athletes will beginner levels to develop practice cornering, climbing the skills necessary for the and descending, braking, sport of triathlon road safety and pack riding, (swimming, biking and Run practice will focus on running)• dynamic warm-ups, form Camp dates are Aug. 22 -drills and transition runs. 24 or Sept. 5 - 7 on Friday In addition, athletes will afternoon, Saturday and learn about weight training Sunday• Community and sports nutrition• Camp Multisport Events is offering will culminate with a youth two date options for thetriathlon noncompetitive camp. The date with the most event. participants registered will Those interested in be selected• The camp is free~ enrolling theirchildren to attend, but campers must into the camp can contact pay a $20 registration fee, Alice Berg at 836-1201 or which will be refunded when Jennifer Condliffe at the camp is completed• 832-5766 at the Portola Pool Camp will take place at the to register• One more chance to try tria th l on This runner hits the transition point between the biking and running portions of the Tri-Graeagle triathlon in Graeagle during the Fourth of July weekend. Community Multisport Events will hold one more triathlon this year, set for Aug. 31. The events company, based out of Clio, plans to donate $1,000 to the Mohawk Community Resource Center. Members of the resource center will also be on hand volunteering during the event. Those interested in participating in or attending the triathlon can get more information at communitymultisport.com. Photo by James Wilson t