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f Nmllliln inllnunnllml 6A Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 Feather River Bulletin # # The youngest Girl Scouts, the Daisies, won a blue ribbon with their blooming vehicle. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli Museum director Scott Lawson pulls Betty FolchJ (left) who waves the blue ribbon she and Betsy Schramel won in the Novelty-Senior Group category at the 65th annual fair parade Satur- day, Aug. 14, in downtown Quincy. Active in their communities, Eastern Plumas and Indian Valley respectively, the two women were among six grand marshals from across the county. The other grand marshals were Ralph and Trish Wilburn, Jim Gossett and Bob Schoensee. Photo by Lisa Kelly 0 0 Winners of the 65th annualMotorcycles. Horse Drawn Vehicles Fair Parade 1 st Bear Country Riders 1st Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010 2nd Chilcoot Express Sponsored by the Quincy Horse 3rd Joy Engineering Chamber of Commerce Fancy Dress - Senior 1st Stars in the Barn Machinery Outstanding Entry: Joy Antique/Vintage Engineering Working Cowboy- Senior 1st Gene Porter 1st Ralph Wilburn 2nd Storrie Retreat Floats - Clubs or Present Day Organizations: Working Cowgirl - Junior 1st Quincy Tow 1st Red Hatters 1st Ariel Patton 2nd Sierra Pacific Industries 2nd Friends of the Plumas County Animal Shelter 3rd Feather River 4-H A number of Quincy High School alumni participated in the fair parade, but the was the class of '49. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli most mature Bands - Marching 1st Quincy High School Band 2nd Face the Music Novelty - Junior Group 1st Quincy High Cheerleaders 2nd Cub Scouts School Senior Group 1st Betsy Schramel & Betty Folchi 2nd Plumes Mudslingers Senior Individual 1st Clowning Around Visit us online at: www.plumasdish,com ~ "~:~T~:' ..... Adult Bicycle !~ ~ ~ 1st The Bike Shop . unity ................ ourcomm since t989 530-284-1701 530-257-5767 N E ,,v o. AUTHORIZED RETAILER D~gilal Home Advantage plan requires 24-month agreement and credit qualification. If service is lerm.inated belore the end of agreement, a ~ nceiialion fee of $i7,501monti~ remaining apphes, Programming credils ap~y d~.l~g firsi 12 months. $t0.~mo HD edd-on ~e waived for life of current account: requires Agreement. #,u~Pay wi',h F'aperless Biiling. HBO~'Sho~me offer requires AutoPay with Papedess Billing; credos apply dunng tirst 3 raonths ($72 vaiue); customer must downg[ade or Lhe~-curren[ price applies. Requires ~nti~uous onrollmen[ in AutoPey and Papedess Billing. Free Standard Professional thstailation only. All equipment is leased and must be relumed 'to DISH Network upon cancellation or ~nrelumed equipment fees appiy. Limit 6 leased tuners per account; lease u~rede fees appiy for select recei~,ers: monthly fees may apply based on Ly~ and r, um~r of ,'e.=eive~ HD programming requires HD Lelevisk~, All prices, packages and ptogrammi~ subject to change withoul notice, Local channels may not be available ia all areas Ofler is s~bleci to the lerma of appiic, able Prornetional and Residential Cus.*.omer Agreements. Additional resthctions may apply, FJrs|.lirr.e DiSH Network customers only. Offer ends 9,,'28;10, HBO~ and re[a[ed channels and sen,ice marks are the propett',:,, of Home Box Off~ce. Inc. SHOWTIME and related marks are regLstafed irademarks of $ho,,~ime Ne,Morks lee,, a CBS Company. Gil~ w~th purchase is courtesy of Rumas Satetii~ and will be provided [o the customer at the time el activation ,~. no required redemption process, Motor Vehicles Autos 1st Feather River Model A's 2nd Chesley Pence and Dick Lundy Special Interest 1st Girl Scouts 2nd Michael Herndon DDS 3rd Rotary of Portola In addition to being a grand marshal, Ralph Wilburn of Green- horn Creek Guest Ranch took home a blUe ribbon in the Working Cowboy-Senior division. The gues[t ranch also won first for horse-drawn vehicles. Photo by Delaine Fragnoli ake Almanor insula SATURDAY ONLY Labor Day Weekend Inside the Lake Almanor Country Club at Rec t Take Hwy 36 to A-13 toClifford Gate OPEN TO THE PUBLIC NO ANIMALS ALLOWED 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Sponsored by the LACC Women's Club For more information contact: PeggyLentz 259-5478