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Community News Wednesday, Aug, 29, 2001 11A Ii. @e(" :ii:i Photo by Victoria Metcalf only burned a 5 feet by 5 feet area, but the potential of spreading was members of the Quincy Fire Department and Mt. Hough Ranger District to the scene at Claremont Mobile Home Park last week. The cause of was unknown but it started in a pile of weeds and debris behind two qol)ile homes. Wooden storage sheds were right at hand and without the of some visitors in the park, the fire could have quickly spread to a neighboring field. ~ates indoor swimming Sl}orts complex will state recreation County Board qSors wants to di- share of state the Chester and the ($25,000). the supervisors agreed on this needed to for- request to the state someone to and pa- appointed Plan- John McMor- the project. Rebecca that before the be submit- ects needed to to maintain We handle all your insurance paper work PLUMAS COUNTY'S PROFESSIONAL COLLISION REPAIR FACILITY 1229 Industrial Way, Quincy FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED Trained Professionals Bill Dennison a maintenance Would be submit- ce the recreation is unfund- of a funding maintained by said. said that the Chester ;,000 will pay for ' Study, $15,000 plans, fees to CPUD, tion fees to the Protection Dis- ent permit, r, $2,000 60O and start- 10t, $6,000 and infield and sprin- abd bleachers, ,000 recreation dis- said many of :e verbal esti- will be pro- g is ap- Today whether you're taking care of patients, customers or a home, the last thing you need is t :: another full-time job. | ! That's why, when it's time to sell your home, you need someone with the expertise and time to get the job done right. A member of the California Association of REALTORS and your local Association of REALTORS. Someone who'll help you get on with the life you've worked so hard to enjoy. Real Estate Is Our Life." ~l"m~ Ca~ic~ma Ar~Soc~et~on of REALTORS@ on the Net, http:l/www.cM.ovg Plurnas Association of REALTORS* Quincy 283-2961 Lassen County Board of REALTORS" Susanville Call your local Realtor Never been to Plumas Continued from pag 10A mon to a silent audience, he over from Pastor Norris soon learned that his new lis- Wells, who is retiring. teners gave him feedback. And is he excited? "Bounc- And the better the sermon, ing off the walls. Bouncing off the more he heard from the walls," he said with a big them. smile brightening his face. "That can get you really fired up," he said. Philosophy "I think at my age, I can New church identify with people who are As Tarleton gained the ex- going through difficult times, perience he needed to head "he said. up a church of his own, he Because he's known his said he and Lois talked about share of difficulties, distress how great it would be if they and heartaches, he believes it could find a church in a little makes it easier for him to town in the mountains, help others. "Na! It will never come To strengthen his own ex- true," he figured and left the periences, he said he worked idea behind, with the outreach program in Tarleton learned about the downtown Antioch. There, he opening at the Quincy church dealt with addicts, alcoholics, through an advertisement inthe homeless, the abused and the church's newspaper, the desperate. He said he'd never been to "I don't have all the an- Plumas County. Hiking in the swers. I know have all the Buttes area was as close asquestions," he admitted. "I he'd come to the mountains,speak right from the heart "This is just amazing the and try and tell it like it is." way God has worked in our Since Tarleton turned his lives," he said. "This is just a life and his will over to the dream come true." care of God nine years ago, Tarleton's first official set- he's learned to rely not on his mon is Sept. 2, when he takes own plans, but to do what God has in mind. "If you want to give God a laugh, tell him what your plans are," he said. Shaking his head, he said his life is so much better now that he al- lows God to give the direc- tions. And, since Tarleton has discovered just how good life is, he wants to "pass on his blessings to other people as He's blessed me." "It's amazing how God pulls us through these things and allows us to serve," he said. "He didn't give this to me for free. I'm supposed to give something back." And that's what he's doing in Quincy, where he plans to stay. SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 i i Call for reservations Award-W'mning Resort 1,000 of the newest most spacious and luxurious rooms & Jacuz,~ suites , Full-service Health Spa ~th indoor and outdoor pools, 5t~m rooms, SauIla 7 award-~nning restaurants , Named one of the top 10casinos in America where you are "MoR Lil ly To Win" by Anthony Curtis of the/_as ~,kgo.s Ad, isor / ALL TRANSFER SITES AND RECYCLING CENTERS WILL BE CLOSED Monday routes will be run on Tuesday. ~IUIRIINT IIII