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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 5C All participants of this year's Willie Tate Memorial Run/Walk gather for a picture. This year's event had 66 registered runners. rial rings James Wilson. there, running the race in Every participant re- Sports Reporter memory of his father, ceived a Willie Tate Memori- sports@plumasnews,comA team from Reno showed al Run T-shirt, designed by up in memory of their ownKevin Segna, a former stu- Railroad Days continued lost loved one, Karli John- dent of Tate. Segna has de- through Sunday with the son. Kara Kroll and her par- signed the shirts for the last Willie Tate Memorial ents Eric and Christie Kroll three years and is currently Run/Walk. Sixty-six run-donned shirts that read an animator for "The Simp-' ners took to the streets Sun- "Team Karli." Johnson sons.'" day, Aug. 19. passed away earlier this Winners received gold, Both the 5K and 10K races year due to birthing compli- silver and bronze railroad started and ended at Portola cations, spikes. Sheahan also re- City Park. The course was a Nick Bingham took the 5K ceived a rusty spike for be- flat run along the Feather men's overall in 17 minutes ingthe oldest participant. River east of Portola city and 23 seconds. Heather All moneyraised through limits. Wicknabbed the women's the race will benefit the The memory of Willie A. overall in 25:44. Willie Tate Memorial Schol- Tare was abuzz last Sunday In the 10K, Westie Magnu-arship Fund. Every year, as many of Tate's formerson won the men's overalltwo exceptional youths re- students and close friends with a time of 41:14. Speedy ceive the scholarship to help whose lives were impacted Ramona Sanchez won the them with costs of college. by Tate were present to par- women's 10K race in 37:07. This year's recipients were ticipate in or help with the The youngest runner was Teila Pellet and Catherine race. 12-year-old Hayley Riggans Cruise. Tate's mother, Annie from Portola who ran the 5K For more information on Tate, made an abundance of in 37:59. The oldest runner the Willie Tate Memorial baked goods that provided was 85-year-old Bill Shea- Run, go to portolarailroad sustenance and energy tohan, also from Portola, who the racers. Jamar Tate was comPleted the 5K in 55:57. Photos by James Wilson Kirsten Dawson ecstatically grins, knowing she's almost to the finish line. Dawson participated in the 5K event that started and finished in Portola's downtown park. Hunters, firewood cutters, off-highway motorists and other recreationists using the Lassen and Plumas na- tional forests are urged to re- view the temporary fire area closure orders in place due to both the Chips and Reading fires. Forest officials have temporarily closed many roads and several recreation areas, including trails and campsites, to help ensure the safety of visitors and fire- fighters. "Most areas of our forests remain open; we hope visi- tors can continue recreating or cutting wood in alternate areas if necessary," said Earl Ford, Plumas National Forest supervisor. He noted maps: expanded closures could be On the Chips Fire, visit in- put in place depending on or fire activity, call 283-3593 or 283-3288. With bow hunting season On the Reading Fire, visit having started Aug. 18, it's or particularly important for call (877) 384-7026. archery hunters to take note For more information on of the closures that could af- recreation opportunities and fect their plans, fire restrictions, visitors may Forest visitors are alsocontact the Lassen and/or reminded that fire restric- Plumasnationalforests: tions remain in place and Lassen, campfires are not allowed or 257-2151. outside designated camp-Plumas, grounds, plumas or 283-2050. 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