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2B Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 Sarah Brown, of Durham, traveled good distance Junior Rodeo Aug. 18. Sarah won first pla e In the old group. to oompeto In the first Taylomvllle barrels event in the 1t- to 19 ear- Additional awards were sponsored by Healthy Horse Headquarters, Sobreros Continued from page 1B Barnyard and Nutrena Another sponsor was the Feeds. Taylorsville Sewing Group And the Junior rodeo with the Junior Rodeo Quilt. equipment and stock were Those members included: provided by Sobrero's Barn- Barbara Buckner, Lois De- yard; Pearce Ranch; Circle T; fanti, Kim Burfeind, Misty Rocking Bar 3 Saddle Compa- Banchio, Velda Kraft, Merri ny, with Bob Marshall, Ran Schramel, Joanne Miller,Tanner and Roger Cherry; Dottie McDowell and Dawnand the Indian Valley Riding Kile. and Roping Club. W1n~ Mutton busting 2- to 5-year. olds: first, Gabe Oilar; sec. and, Chance Tolen; third, Farris Smith; fourth, Jesse Murchlson; and fifth, An- drew Fairbanks. Dummy roping 2. to 5-year- olds: first, Cooper Kingdon; second, Carter Kingdon; third, Josh Meyers; fourth, Gabe Oilar; and fifth, Farris Smith. ....... a Construction Hundreds Of Floor Plans tens of Full foundations available Log And Cedar Siding Options HOMES Come :Is, even thousands! out and compare for yoursIll MODELS OPEN Personal Assistance from finance to finish i' 0 Utility Payment Assistance is Available and Benefit Levels Have Increascd!! If you have already applied, APPLY AGAIN! If you haven't applied, DO IT NOW Don't be left out in the cold. Apply before the big rush in winter. If your income is at or below these amounts, you may be eligible for utility payment help. Family Size Gross annual Income 1 $21,475 2 $29,025 3 $38,575 4 $44,125 5 $Sl ,67S Certain restriction al ly---4:unds ate limited. Qualification does not guarantee payment. Call for an ABC Center Wildwood 2584280 258-3350 Lassen Economic Development Corp. 256-3531 Social Security Lassen Career network Salvation Army City Hall 257-5057 257.8152 2574139 257.1017 IIIIII II I I I I application: HealtM Start Social Services Healthy Start Humas County Commission I I I II IIIII Community 832.1827 993-6720 284-1560 Development 283-2466 II III IIII I ~* 7;; ~ Jennifer Van Acker, of Tmylorsville, her klil in the 16-19 age groups. entered barrel racing and goat l lng i The girls weren't afraid to try their luck at steer rlding This one put on as the men ran to keep up with rider and steer. One wonders how long It fore young women are trying their skills on the bulls? In these age groups, the all- olds: first, Jeremy Webb; sec- around buckle went to Gabe and, Sam Frank: third, Dylan Oilar, of Taylorsville. Farris Sponseller; fourth, Ryan Kau- Smith, of Crescent Mills, as roans: and fifth, Andrea Wil- reserve all around champion, son. won a pair of boots and a gift The all-around buckle went certificate. And the hard luck to Dylan Sponseller, of A1- award, with a certificate, turas. The reserve all-around went to Josh Meyers, of Tay- award of boots and a gift cer- lorsville, who hit all of the tificate, went to Clancy practice loops but missed out Pearce, of Taylorsville. And on the real thing, the hard luck award, with a Pole bending 6- to 10-year- gift certificate, went to Brady olds: first, Dylan Sponseller; Kaumans, Of Quincy, who second, Sarah Anderson; was the littlest calf rider. third, Shawna Hoffman; Pole bending 11- to 15-year- fourth, Sam Frank, and fifth, olds: first, Carly Brown; sec- ColtoxtKingdon ............... ands, Rsequel ~Hoffman~:, and Ooat~tytng 6- to 10-year- third;lVlo~Spl~r. ............... " olds: first, Clancy Pearce; sec- Steer dobbing 11- to 15- ond, Sarah Anderson; third, year-olds: first, Moe Sphar; Truly Tanner; fourth, Shaw- second, Raequel Hoffman; na Hoffman; and fifth, Sierra and third, Megan Johnson. Leung. Goat tying 11- to 15-year- Barrels 6- to 10-year-olds: olds: first, Megan Johnson; first, Dylan Sponseller; sec- second, Rachel McDowell; and, Clancy Pearce; third, and third, Hannah Van Fleet. Sam Frank; fourth, Shawna Breakaway roping 11- to 15- Hoffman; and fifth, Sarah An- year-olds: first, Mac Sphar. derson. Barrels 11- to 15-year-olds: Calf riding 6- to 10-year- First, Carly Brown; second, M.D. Dtptom,~te Amertcat~ Board of Dermatology Fellow American Ac,2~demy of Dermatology Board Cert*fled ~n Dermatology Skin Cancer Surgery - Acne Moles Skin Diseases Warts & Skin Orowths Fruit Peels Vetn Treatments MOSt M~jO~ Ir~ur,trtces A~cc~otea Adeat,~re ~.s~gm~er~t * Cot,t~e~ /r>sur,*mce B~ll/m~ c.,, 2S7- 7335 Weekly Appointments Now Available 1810 First St. Susanville I I II I IH Moe Sphar; and quel Hoffman. Steer riding ll- olds: First, Moe ond, Chris Tolen; Raequel Hoffman. The all-around ner was Moe turas. The champion was man, of Butte won boots and a cate. And the award of a gift went to Hannah TaylorsviUe, who and a steer. o dsf'Iq*fst Steer dobbing year-olds: First, Brown; second, Larsen; and Kingdom Goat tying 16- olds: first, er. Breakaway year olds: Mannes. Barrels 16- to first, Sarah Brown. Steer riding 16- olds: first, Cole second, Jesse third, Jessica LarSe Only one team the open team and took a "no attempt. The to Sarah Brown, The reserve ner was Jennifer of Taylorsville. Larsen, of the hard The spoz went to Jesse Crescent Mills, gift certificate. Stovep Mou z[ct z pre3erd3 A. evening ol Cajun a,,d music featuring Tom Rigney & Flambeau September 2, 2001 CHESTER PARK 4 - 9 p.M' Refreshments o.ailable. Beer W'me Soft Dr'inks FREE ADMISSION 3rd Annual Benefit for Stover Mountain Ski Hill Quick Draw Raffle 1st Prize - $10,000 Limited raffle tickets available Call Melissa Smith - 2