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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017 15B Summertime adult ball league ends Marl Erin Roth Sports Editor The Central Plumas Recreation and Park District adult softball leagues played their t-real games Aug. 17 in Quincy. "The last week of the season was rescheduled and pushed back due to the smoke from the Minerva Fire," said Recreation Supervisor Kyle Stone. "The Young Guns" won the Men's Division with a 12-4 record. "Rusty's" won the Women's Division with an 11-1 record. And lastly, "Quincy Hot Spot" won the Co-Ed Division undefeated with a perfect 12-0 record. "It was a very successful season with lots of good competition and family fun," said Stone. "We hope to see all of the same teams back out here next year, and hopefully we can even add a few teams and grow this exciting league!" Quincy Hot Spot wins with a 12-0 record in the co-ed division of the Quincy adult softball league organized through Central Plumas Recreation and Park District. A swimmer enjoys a swim in a pool glistening with crystal blue water during a hot summer day. Photo by Marl Erin Roth Marl Erin Roth set up for lap swim during Staff Writer all open pool hours. Those hours are 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday Repairs are complete and and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday the pool at Feather River and Sunday. Fitness is open daily. Actual "end of the Limited memberships are season" for the pool is available for those entirely up to Mother interested only in the pool Nature, but fitness center vs. whole gym access at a staff anticipates the pool discounted rate. could remain open until The fitness center pool is sometime in early October. TALCUM POWDER OVARIAN CANCER CASES LAWSUITS ARE BEING REVIEWED NATIONWIDE FOR WOMEN DIAGNOSED WiTH OVARIAN CANCER AFTER USING= Johnson's Baby Powder Shower-to-Shower FINANCIAL COMPENSATION MAY BE AVAILABLE "Get a l...aad a rhis/" ~ ~ ,, ,~/g,i,,,~,,: ,i,~,.,,g.,, ,,.,,,,~,, ,,,. ~,.~ .... . . ,.~. ,,~.~.. ,~,~,~., ,,o Quality Controlled Concrete 530"832"4225 " 530"258"3050 Locations In Portola & Lake Almanor Serving Plums, Laesen, & Sierra counties Rusty's team takes first place in the women's division of adult softball Aug. 17 in the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District League Photos by Kyle Stone Proprietors: Bink & Josh Huddleston 213 Main St., Greenville 530-284-7334 Antiques Gifts Re-Purposed Items Open Wed.-Thurs. 10-4 Friday 10-3 Saturday 10-4 216 Main St., Chester 530-375-7300 Conn]ie's ]Pllace Second Hand T reasu]res Antiques Collectibles Used Furniture Books Household Items Jewelry Open 7 Days a Week * 10am-4pm 72850 Hwy. 70 * 3 Miles West of Portola 530-249-1745 e 1 Antiques & Colleetibles Specializing In California and Olher Pottery Crockery, Kitchenware, Dishes, Rocklngham, Sewing Paraphernalia, Bottles, Miscellany 71993 Hwy 70, 3 Miles West of Portola, CA 530/832-0104 Barbara Delano BUY e SELL e ESTATE APPRAISALS ANTIQUE STOVES e TRAINS e TOYS FURNITURE & GLASSWARE e PO'I-rERY Shirley l John O'Oonnell 530.835.01 30 71573 Hwy. 70, Blalrsden CA 96103 (4 Mile Wet or Portola)