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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009 1B ! INSIDE SECTION B: EDITORIAL AND OPINi0N UPCOM NG EVENTS : para ttl.orle$ The Chico Shriners Mini Car Club was formed in 1960 to help promote Shriners Crippled Children hospitals and burn centers. Photos by Delaine Fragnoli and Traci Bue For more photos and a list of winners, see page 9B. A Chihuahua is looking prettier than a dog has a right too, joining the fun with the Royal Haven Farm Red Riders. Wagon and their The troop rode i~i~:t,~tC T' HOSP "1:;!t. antics. on the courthouse ~a~Nn. groUP Sandra Lee, president of the Plumas District Hospital Volunteers, rides in style in a vintage Thunderbird driven by John Bedell in the fair parade Aug. 15. The volunteers use proceeds from their Bargain Boutique Thrift shop to fund donations to PDH. In the car with Lee are club Vice President Mary Edwards, Treasurer Rita Marshall and Recording Secretary Gaye Porter. Paul Mundorf, owner of The Bike Ship in Quincy, rides a The Airborne Ranger Too Monster Truck, created and built by penny farthing, so called Bob Frank of Portola, is the world's first wheelchair-accessible because the wheels resemblemonster truck. The vehicle is scheduled to appear at Railroad a British penny and a farthing. Days in Portola next weekend. /