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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010 9A Coupi weds Jacqueline Williams Matthew Jue were married June 25, 2010, at Sterling Hills Golf Club in Camarilo&apos; The bride is the daugfiter of Jeanne and Henry Williams of Quincy an!d a 2003 graduate of Quincy High School. Attending the bride was maid of honor Christina Kimmel from Quincy. Bridesmaids included Dana Pearson and Rachel Wem- mer, also of Quincy, and the bride's cousin Betsy Demer- est of Incline Village, Nev. Jacque is a registered nurse and Matthew is an electrical engineer. Following a honey- moon trip to Tahiti, they have made their home in Camarillo. Energy assistance available The Department of So4ial Services has announced that temporary emergency asSis- tance is available for low,in- come families and families receiving public assistanc 9. The program, referre6 to as Temporary Energy Assis- tance for Families, is a h O e- time energy assistance pro- gram sponsored by Pacific Gas and Electric Company. TEAF is administered through the Salvation Army. Families facing utility dis- connection due to unpaid past bills may receive an en- ergy credit of up to'$1,500 per household based on the total past due amount of their bill. Families facing utility dis- connection may obtain an application online at, from the PG&E website or from the Social Services office in Quincy at 273 County Hospi- tal Road. The Salvation Army will process applications for emergency assistance. All applications must be mailed to The SalVation Army, TEAF Program, P.O. Box 193465, San Francisco, CA 94119-3465. TEAF will only assist fami- lies with past-due amounts. Questions regarding this program can be directed to The Salvation Army at (800) 933-9677. ,) 74th # ann00uersa-ry . Bill and Marie Scovell cel- ebrated their 74th wedding anniversary Aug. 16. They were married in Klamath Falls, Ore. on a Sunday af- ternoon, after which they were whisked away for a whirlwind honeymoon of one night and one day in Yreka courtesy of Bill's em- ployer, E. A. Davis and his wife. They returned to Tule- lake, where Bill worked as a linotype operator and Marie worked on growing Bill's waistline with homemade doughnuts every !morning. After Bill developed lead poisoning, they moved to in 1939, and lived Bly, Ore., at the mill site were" he was employed until 1941. They came to Quincy in 194 1 to stay the night with Marie's parents and have been here ever since. Bill took a job with a local mill and stayed through three owners. From 1952 - 1957, he worked for two or three other companies be- fore going back to work for Meadow Valley Lumber Company. The mill changed hands a few more times un- til Bill retired in 1977. Bill built their present home on Chandler Road in 1948, where they raised two children, Pam and Dennis. Bill and Marie Scovell Pam passed away in Octo- ber 2008. Dennis lives with his folks. Their many grandchil- dren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchil- dren are spread around the country. They had an inti- mate family gathering Aug. 14, to celebrate. Is ALL IT TAKES 0 TO NEED ,,, RANDY BECK ]FUNDRAISER DINNER- AUCON- RAFFLE Dinner Fundraiser Friday, September 10" 4-8pro Pioneer Park Pavilion, Quincy Tri-tip Dinner. $20 Donation Sponsored by Quincy Fire Department Silent Auction Concurrent with Dinner Fundratser Auction will close at 8pro Raffle Tickets are s5 each or 5 for s20 Drawing to be held at the Dinner Fundraiser Prizes donated by local artists: Bill Peters Original Painting Mike Nesbit Duck Decoy Quilt by Quincy Quilters Tickets are available from: Toy Store/Little People Great Northern Hair Co. 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