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iver Bulletin i Kristy Hoffman, of Feather River Coordinated Resource Management, demonstrated bracelet making with a pur- pose. "Sun, soil, water, air; everything we eat, every- thing we wear is made from them," Hoffman recited as she slipped representative beads on to the bracelet. Photos by Mona Hill i, L , ;: 77/[ Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010 7A Tour offers taste of Plumas The Sierra Institute has of- fered a chance to learn about local food in Plumas County Saturday, Sept. 11. A Taste of the Season: Foods of Plumas County will take participants to local farms to taste the season's best produce and learn about the importance of local foods and how it supports rural communities. For those who missed the Homegrown Festival, or those who went and want more in- formation, this is the perfect chance to visit local farms and find out about agriculture and more in Plumas County. Participants will learn the many benefits of locally grown food, and why it is deli- cious, important to rural com- munities, and how they can support those rural communi- ties by the purchases they make. Local produce is exception- ally fresh, and also supports small farms and farmers and helps the environment by re- ducing travel. From gardens and produce to ranches and livestock, the tour will look at RaIL Participants will board a bus and travel to local farms to hear about local agriculture and the people who work the land to grow the delicious food. The tour will discuss com- munity farming projects, as well as gardening efforts from a local elementary school. The tour lunch will be prepared exclusively from local foods. Refreshments, lunch and bus transportation are provid- ed as part of the tour, which begins at 9:30 p.m. and con- cludes by 8 p.m. Tour cost is $50 per person, $95 per couple. Reservations are required. Visit the Forestry Center's website ( or call Lauri Rawlinsetta at 284- 1022 for more information and to reserve a spot. Modern tools, adapted from other uses, help DIY millers thresh the wheat. CRAI=TS LOCALLY GROWN FOOD Question? Call 550-229-4009 Food Stamps Can now be spent at the QUINCY FARMERS' MARKET. It's east]: Visit the Market" F_JT Booth Get tjour tokens Shop the Market! The following is a list of all the groups that have hosted or provided other support to date or will be hosting before, the end of 2010: The First Baptist Church of Quincy St. John's Catholic Church Community United Methodist Church The Quincy Seventh-Day Adventist Church Christ the King Episcopal Church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Our Savior Lutheran Church Meadow Valley Community Church Caf6 le Coq, Patrick le Coq and Donata Smith Western Council of Industrial Workers- Local Union #3704 Beta Sigma Phi Eta Alpha Plumas Bank, both the main branch and administration Independent Living Skills Foster Youth Group The Wooden Rose Adult Literacy Group The Plumas CriSis and Intervention Resource Center (PCIRC) The Quincy Community Supper Core Ministry Team The Rotary Club of Quincy The Lions Club of Quincy The Soroptimists Club of Quincy Girl Scout Troop #270 Boy Scout Troop #151 Club Live Quincy Youth Group PCRS Alive Masons and Eastern Star (assisted by the Rainbow Girls) Mount Hough Ranger District Forest Service Supervisor's Office Forest Service Retirees Women of Twain Morning Thunder Sav-Mor Foods Dena and Bill Wilson Bill and Sue Wickman Pete Van Derhoff Suzanne and Scott Stifling Safeway Dunn's Coffee and Fine Teas The Back Door Catering Company Quincy Natural Foods Silver Threads Kenny Davis Debbie Freeze Luis Cunan Chris Retallick Braden Smith Nansi Bohne Plumas Rural Services: Women, Infants and Children S-Club, Quincy High School Plumas County Office of Education: Christie Schmidt, Special Project Program Supervisor Plumas County Board of Realtors Chicago Title Company Fidelity National Title Company Bank of America, Quincy Branch  Flannigan-Leavett Insurance Bonanza Motors Yolanda Davis and the FRC Ladies Club District Attorney's office The Sober Sisters The Newcomers' Club Quincy Certified Farmers' Market Greenhorn Ranch Paul Alvarez Feather Publishing Company, Inc. Feather River College The Bear Country Bikers Community Connections Southern Accent Environmental Alternatives Plumas County Sheriff's Office Center for Spiritual Living CAN (Community Assistance Network) If you would like more information on attending and/or helping to host a supper, pleas e call Community United Methodist Church at 283-1740 or PCIRC at 283-5515. We are grateful to live in a caring, supportive community. Our thanks again to all who make the Quincy Community Supper possible. Sincerely, The QCS Core Ministry Team SEASON FINAl, E! Thanks for making this a great BBQ season. Our Friday night BBQ is coming to a close. Join us for the final BBQ of'the season on Friday, September 24 Dinner & Concert tickets SD0 adults *20 Juniors Concert only Sl0/person (concert begins at 9pm) Reservations are encouraged. Free door prizes with more activities that start at 5pm. So come enjoy the Ranch, fish, swim and join us for dinner Friday September 24 from 5-8:30pm. 1-800-33-H0WDY or 283-0930 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Road, Quincy, CA www.greenhomranch, corn You have known us for our quality parts NOW know us for our LOW PRICES111 We have added thousands of dollars in NEW inventory in our VALUE LINE PARTS which means MUCH LOWER PRICES on the following parts lines: Brakes Rotors Chassis Parts Ignition Parts U-Joints Calipers Wheel & Hub Bearings Filters Wire Sets Electrical Parts ... and the list goes on# Plus our NEW O.E.M quality line of Import Pn The prices are so low you won't believe it! We now have RV and Trailer parts. We also have a huge selection of WEATHIRHEAD HYDRAULIC HOMi i We can make up to 1 1/4" hoses, 6 days a week; custom made while you wait I Machine Shop services now available to you, through our I I Susanville store, just drop off here and we do the rest. I Check out our in-store monthly specials Canyon Motor Parts Open: Monday - Saturday: 8-5 283-0660 1759 E. Main St., East Quincy