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Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001 7A I,i 11 record of 275 tick- the ninth Fishing Asso- barbecue, 25. united for the and preserva- Almanor sport at the event. event is the of the asso- ;upport Chester scholarships, the and the members, fam- guests were dined, treated to lo- and guest Stillwell a for- Reds player City Royals All- fishing associ- I ation currently has 125 paid members. Seventy-five per- cent of members vacation in the Lake Almanor Basin and 25 percent of members live in the area. Membership dues and fund-raising projects are used to benefit local youths and for the preservation of Lake Almanor fish. Each year, the group en- lists volunteers to help sup- port the cage fish hatchery. Two volunteers, for one hour per day, are needed to feed approximately 50,000 fish, to be released by the association in May through June of each new fishing season. Those interested in volun- teering, or joining the associ- ation, are encouraged to con- tact Lassen View Resort Inc., East Shore Lake Almanor, at 596-3437, or Paul Garrido, 258- 3790. Record numbers of family barbecue. members, families, and guests were served at the ninth annual Lake Photos by Marian Liddett Almanor Flyfishing Club's former base- for the Cincin- and Kansas City of Lake Diego, was Ired speaker •t •ssocla- Stillwell turned his into a fishing and set •side (baseball) for (fishing). Child Health and Safety 23, 9 am-6 pm with Shelley Morrison 152 Dendrology Thurs., 2-3 pm Tues. 3-6 pm with Bill Martin Beginning Tennis 4-5:30 pm with Barry Cunningham Intro to Classical Guitar 6:30-9:30 pm with John Sebold 118 Forest Surveying ,1-5 pm with Danielle Bradford 102 Beginning German 8-9 am with Mike Welser Intro to Woodworking 6-10 pm with Pete Bartels Word Processing Levels I, It, and Ill available Real Estate Finance Wednesdays 7-10 pm Introduction to Mammals Tuesdays & Thursdays 2-3 pm plus lab Thursdays 3-6 pm Environmental Policy & Practice Wednesdays 7-10 pm Stream Survey Technician Thursdays, 7-9 pm and Fridays, 1:30-4:30 pm Introduction to Hydrology Tuesdays & Thursdays 11 am-12 pm plus lab Tuesdays 3-6 pm Register by I September 7 Professional team strives to provide individual care for resident. Our facility is one of the leading providers of nursing services & long term care. SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy 50 Central Avenue • Quincy • 283-2110 Caring for those you care about. Remember... For a unique dining experience in the spectacular Lakes Basin Recreation Area. Serving I I Dinner Menu Changes Daily Reservations Suggested Look for us 7 miles up Gold Lake Rd. Be sure your child is protected from disease. efore they're 2 years old, children need immunizations to prevent 10 diseases, in some cases, this requires more than one dose of vaccine, but several immunizations can often be given at one visit. What if you miss a vaccine? If you get behind schedule, you don't need to start over. You can make them up. Your child can receive the vaccines he or she has missed - even if it's two or three - typically in one visit to the clinic, without fear of increasing reactions. Our doctors use this immunization opportunity to check the child's healthy growth and development and discuss health issues with parents. The physicians of the Portola and Graeagle Medical Clinics provide regular examinations and see to it that your child is up to date on all his or her childhood Immunizations. Make sure your child is protected against potentially fatal childhood diseases. Call today to schedule an appointment. Eastern Plumas Health Care "People Helping People" Acute Care Ilospltal • 24 Ilour Emergency and Ambulance" Servh:c • Sktllcd Nursing Facility Family Practice • Internal Medicine • Pcdlalrics • (;encral Surgery • (;(',ncral Dentistry (;astrocnteroloKv • Orlhopedi(,s • (',ardioh)gy • Ih~:nalal Car(' • Radioh~gy Ih)me Ilealth Cal~ • I)iclcllcs • I)o(Jialry • I)iab(qi(: Coulis(~linR • Ilome Oxygen Ultrasound • Mammography • CT ,~Calln(,r " Medical SuPl)lics ' I,aboralory Services Hospital 500 First Avenue • Portola, California 96122 • 530 832 4277 ) Portola Medical Clinic 480 First Avenue • I orlx)la, California 96122 • 530 832 4211 Graeagle Medical Clinic 7597 highway 89 • Grae~agle. Callfl)rnla 96103 * 530 836 1122