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6B Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 BuJletin Progress*re, II A free Show and Shine Car come to swim, go boating, walk, a Saturda ' vening Show, cosponsored by Eagle fish, hike, ride bicycles, play slide show, Eagle Lake bingo Lake Marina and Camp- horseshoes, or just sit andlis- and a frisbeecontest• On Sun- grounds and the Lassen Kus- ten to music and look at the day, a portable disc player tom Kruzers, kicks off the fun cars• Bikes and boats are stereo will be given away in a at Eagle Lake on Saturday of available for rental at the ma- free drawing open to all. Labor Day weekend this rina. All are welcome. The Eagle Lake Recreation year. Custom and classic cars Viewers and campers will be Area has plenty of campsites, are welcome to join in the invited to vote for their fa- two large picnic areas, a fun. A "Camper's Choice" tro- vorite car, which will deter- sandy, shallow water beach, a phy will be awarded for the mine the trophy winner. For beautiful 5.5-mile paved mul- viewers' favorite car. information about the show, ti-use trail, and, of course, a All participants are invited call Don and Jeanine Bair at tremendous lake for water to make a "trophy" to present 257-2572 or e-mail them atsports and fishing• Over 200 to their car of choice. Exam- . campsites are available on a ples are a candy on a stick for Everyone is also invited to first-come, first served basis. a "Sweet Ride" or a toy ship join in the annual Eagle Lake Other sites are available by for a "Big Boat," etc. The fun Labor Day Weekend Family reservation by calling toll starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Fun Day events• Special free, 877-444-6777. For further Sept. 1. At the end of the day, events are scheduled for all information, call Eagle Lake there will be a cruise through ages, including a horseshoe Marina at 825-3454 or Eagle the campgrounds for the en-tournament, family Lake Campgrounds at joyment of the campers. Olympics, arts and crafts, ju- 825-3212. All participants are wel- nior rangers, a guided nature 2, •:+- By Victoria M calf pear from almost anywhere,should come to a complete With a coll tion of birds Staff Wnter and drivers need to be alert, stop or pull over to the side of ranging from the ordinary Drivers on Plumas County scanning the sides of the the roadway until the deerchicken to button quail, highways are being encour-highway while watching oth- has moved on. the Red West Ranch, Just aged to drive with cautioner traffic. Deer and other animals areoutside of Quincy, is also and be alert for deer. When spotting a deer or a unpredictable• There's no home to two emus. The That's the message from herd of deer, a bear or other telling when a seemingly large birds are Just a the Quincy area Californiaanimals, either along the calm deer will suddenly de- by, but add to the f scin - Highway Patrol. roadside or on the roadway, cide to bolt into the roadway• ing critters to watch at Day or night, •deer can ap- drivers are asked to use cau- Vehicles vs. deer incidents ranch, living with a flock tion. on local highways are far too of chickens, and the occ ]] Slowing down, not just a common. Check . sional peacock who yen- ][ Out ]] few miles an hour, but reduc- In just a two-hour period tures close by, the emus ..... : ... ing speed drastically to allow Tuesday, Aug. 21, two fawns 1 ] the driver t° °bserve the ani" were hit in tw° separate inci" seem just ns much at * ": " mal and take appropriate ac- dents near Quincy. Both home in Plum County as tion, is advised, according to weren't killed, but injured in Australia or other for- the CHP. and later had to be destroyed, eign parts, In some instances, driversaccording to the CHP. Photos by Victorm Metcalf , ,.,, . x - i !, pots Around State must says GED be t 1 I Indian Valley Treasure Hunt LABOR DAY WEEKEND SALE D at "ii f;-=Fdd,a_y_, Aug.,31, through Monday, 3 q[ We're clearing our shelves to make room .J ') for Fall and Halloween treasures. "] Entire Boyds Collection is on sale, With prices so low, shopping is a pleasure. including plush resin F 20% off fragrances of the month Caim Animals also 30% off [,: Augb.a- Gr ,. gra=. =/ U Open every da. 10-6 ? [ Other collectibles on sale too! )=" 284-6016 - Hwy,89, Crescent Mills r Plus, see our =1 ® table of treasures at 1 P~"d Labor Day Weekend Sale Wednesday, Aug. 29 - Monday, Sept. 3 " Open 10 am - 5 pm ' ~ Main Street, Taylorsvtlle * 284-7579 ~d . ANTIO._UE Western Style Indulge! New home decor by Stetson Award winning Sciabica's Oil of the Olive Varietal Mustards Champagne Raspberry • Smoky Garlic Sweet Hot Beer 50% off selected items Open every day 10 - 6 284-7334 213 Main St. Greenville ........ New Fall Fashions have arrived! Model Katie Reid is wearing Cruel Girl and Tanner Meigs is wearing Wranglers We Your Complete Western Out, ters stern Clothing • Home Accessories Gifts Feed • Tack • Pet Supplies Highway 89 • Crescent Mills - 284-6156 Adults in California who are working toward their General Educational Devel- opment certificate have until December to successfully complete the GED Tests• In January, the GED Testing "Bw a J or # day or Uay is FREE Disney Packages ~r California Aclventure Park Susanville 257.6144,550 ASh St. Quincy 283.1014 * 20 Crescent St. Service in will release new place the Any GED candi has not ed the GED test must start again 2002 Series GED ify for the School Eq cate. Those who all five tests must ing again in new GED tests. scores cannot be scores on the neW Test content sign specialists the new tests against permitting tion of ok cause the new differ significantly current GED TeSl ample, the new real extent. These torial cartoons nomic data, memoranda, for cut across require information in plines simultane¢ cording to GED vice Executive Auchter, these questions closely ways adults must effective workerS, and citizens. The next GED sanville will be on Friday, Sept. 6181 ext. 8970 for information. Those who formation about policies in Califor tance with testir g cations (and, if previously scores) sl ould GED Office at Correspondence rected to me fol dress: State GI D fornia De tion; P.O. Box mento, CaliL State GED we http://www. FOSTER Lic.