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14B Wednesday, Sept. 3,2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Apples dmngn Mian or Yellow Sale prices effective September OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5am-lOpm 50 GRAND 10 Ib, Special Fresh ! | L gce italian Red Sweet Onions Limes Tomatoes Green Red 3 Ib, bag Bell Peppers Bell Peppers Yams i lb. S & 6, 2014, only. Sale starts at 6:00 am. Limited supply. No rainchecks please. i SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 Scratch Baked Goods Fine Wines & Spirits All Lottery Games US Postage We accept Food Stamps & WlC where can happen! ]EA Senior Living is pleased to announce the opening of We are new to Nevadal but notto ' : ' " for those with dementia : .... 25+ years of creating Meanin Moments 6155 Stone Valley Dr. l Reno, NV 89523 ](775) 746-2200 Jane Edwards is one of many colorful and not-so-colorful characters buried at the Quincy Cemetery, scene of the "A Grave Occasion" cemetery tour and fundraiser dinner hosted by the Plumas County Museum Association on Sept. 20 beginning at 3 p.m. Photo courtesy Plumas County Museum GRAVE, from page 12B Quincy Cemetery whena strong opposition arose to that plan. After heated Edwards (Kim Carroll and debate, the unfortunate Patrick Parks), child was buried outside the Congressman Manuel cemetery fence. This Herrick (John Probst), precipitated the formation brewery owners Lydia and of a Chinese cemetery the William Schlatter (Margaret following year further up Garcia and Julian Wells),the hill and to the east, on ranchers Lucina and Allenthe right side of Radio Hill J. Welden (Michelle Fulton Road. and Tina Terrazas) and Today, the Quincy sheriff and ranchers Nancy Cemetery is about full, and and James Yeates (Danielle a new, modern-style and Brian Plocki). cemetery known as East About 1912, young Anna Lawn was constructed in Foote, a Chinese girl, died the late 1960s near the and was to be buried in the Armory. Volunteers sought to help clean up Wolf Creek Sierra Institute's Center of Forestry is partnering with Sierra Nevada Conservancy and the Great Sierra River Cleanup 2014 to clean up Wolf Creek in Greenville on Sept. 20. This will be the fifth year that Sierra Institute has participated in the cleanup. It continues the tradition of previous years by working in parallel with the Almanor Basin Watershed Advisory Council (now called LAWG for Lake Almanor Watershed Group), primarily concentrating efforts around Lake Almanor. LAWG will be hosting a similar cleanup focusing on the Chester Meadows area this year. Charlie Plopper, coordinator for this effort, can be reached at for more information and preregistration. "We are very excited to be doing this again this year and especially being able to. focus our efforts in Greenville on Wolf Creek," says Lauri Rawlins-Betta. "We've invited the local school students to participate, along with various community groups, Such as the Indian Valley Youth Summit and Indian Valley Recreation and Parks District, in hopes of making this a community effort." Other sponsors are the Indian Valley Community Services District in providing the Greenville Ballpark for the after-cleanup barbecue and Evergreen Market for providing the food and beverages for the day. Registration begins at 8:45 a.m. at the IVRPD Community Center, 209 Crescent St. in Greenville. After registration and morning refreshments, participants will head out to" various preselected sites with team captains and crews. Cleanup efforts should be concluded at noon, when folks will meet again at the Greenville Ballpark for a barbecue. Organizations that would like to create their own teams are more than welcome to join; the Sierra Institute welcomes trucks and hands. Materials such as gloves and trash and recycling bags will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own refillable water bottles, hats, gloves and comfortable clothing and shoes that can get wet, just in case. Bringing a bucket or rake is also encouraged, but not necessary to participate. To preregister as an individual or a team, call 284-1022 and ask for Courtney or Lauri. "Greenville is such a lovely place to live. Let's keep it that way. Join us in cleaning up Wolf Creek," said Rawlins-Betta.