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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 9A Sheriff Greg Hagwood, left, and California Highway Patrol Commander Joe Edwards flank Plumas Arts Executive Director Roxanne Valladao during the "Battle of the Badges" rib cook-off at The Knook in Quincy. Edwards and Hagwood squared off in a chef competition and raised $511 for the Save Our Theatre campaign. Photo submitted Sheriff, CliP commander donate coo)-off proceeds to theatre California Highway Patrol Commander Joe Edwards and Sheriff Greg Hagwood squared off in a rib-cooking contest Monday, Aug. 18, in Quincy. The judges gave the sheriff a narrow victory. But the real winner was the community. Edwards and Hagwood donated the event's $511 in proceeds to the Save Our Theatre campaign. It was the third guest chef night held at The Knook in Quincy. Owner Krissy Bauer said this event, called "Battle of the Badges," was the most -successful. ;:: -:"' ....... Past chef nights have raised money for Blue Star Moms and High Sierra Animal Rescue. Bauer said 30 tickets were sold. She said more people showed up just to enjoy the atmosphere. "The event was created to give our locals a great evening of dining and socializing, while giving our home cooks the opportunity to test their skills and nerves as they prepare their signature dishes in the exciting and competitive atmosphere of a real restaurant," Bauer said. The Knook purchased the baby back ribs, but Hagwood and Edwards took it from there. The guest chefs had to determine their own time management, preparation and product volume, just like a professional chef would have to do. There were three judges -- Bubba and Melinda Rather, and chef judge Connie Garrish. The restaurant's customers accounted for 25 percent of the voting in the form of a "people's choice" vote. Bauer said she plans to continue the guest chef nights. She said the date and contestants for the next competition are yet to be decided. Wh,00r e in the World? Krissy Bednarski visits Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, in July. Derek Jeter broke Joe DiMaggio's record for hitting doubles. Feather River Disposal Happ00 Labor I)a00! ALL TRANSFER SITES WILL BE CLOSED! WASTE MAN/EMENT Feather River Inc. Serving Quincy, Greenville & Chester/Lake Almanor 530-283-2004 SI.USHERPLUMBING Insure Your Family's Safety and Comfort! . ...... : ...... ............. . i SERVICE & SAFETY INSPECTION ' ' PRE SEASON HEATING SYSTEM , I . I I I I i' $159 Oil $219 ' ' GAS & L P ' i I : ,' . .C)ger & coupon valid through Oct' 1.52014 Not va.lldwith anyot.her.c.oupon' ' . .' i WE ALSO CLEAN CHIMNEY'S Protect Your Investmentl Hire a Licensed Contractor  l/i*' lY.i| CA tic. #C-36 396522  CA Lic. #(2-201 C-lO 96315 (s3o) 258.3474 (s3o) 257.82 St hedule of Events lO a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Registration l0 a.m.- 2 p.m. Eastern Plumas Health Fair Community Expo Ki'd's Stuff, bounce house and more 10 a.m.- 11:45 a.m. Bingo - Called by the Calpine Elks 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Lunch is served! You must register for the meeting to receive meal tickets 12:00 p.m. Presentation honoring Photo Contest, Youth Tour and Scholarship winners 12:30 p.m. Start Annual Meeting If you need a disability-related accommodation to participate in the Plumas- Sierra REC Annual Meeting of Members, please contact us at (S30) 832-4261 as soon as possible so that we can make the proper arrangements. We look forward to seeing you there. For more information call (800) 555-2207 or visit our website at l i t ,