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14A Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 ' Feather River Bulletin Church to host 39th annual Italian dinner Plumas Club turns 100 Samantha P. Hawthorne types of sauce, a gourmet and purchased prizes will also Staff Writer salad bar and a variety of be featured during the event, Community members are invited to enjoy an Italian dinner Sept. 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. for less than it costs to purchase a meal at a restaurant. St. Anthony's 39th annual Italian Dinner includes stuffed ravioli with three R___: _i I homemade desserts -- and all for $10 or less. Children under 4 eat free, kids 4-12 are $5 each and adults are $10 each. Every adult mealcomes with a complimentary glass of wine. Tickets are available at the door only. Tickets for a drawing that includes multiple homemade and a 50/50 drawing will be hosted as well. Tickets cost $1 per ticket or $5 for six, Proceeds from the church fundraiser, located at 209 Jessie St. in Greenville, will be used to maintain the church and its activities. For more information or to purchase tickets call Carol Kearns at 284-6502. ...... L ...................... : ......... "__ r( " Reducing Our Carbon Footprint One Step At A Time Liberty Utilities customers will be taking steps to reduce California's greenhouse gas emissions as a result of the State Legislature's Global Warming Solutions Act. What does this mean to you? Beginning April 1, 2o14, all Liberty Utilities'customers saw a new "carbon pollution permit cost" on their monthly power bill, and eligible residentialand small commercial customers saw a "climate credit" on their April and October bills. Ultimately, it means cleaner energy that produces less greenhouse gas. Liberty Utilities continues to maintain its annual renewable resource requirement and we are on track to meet the 33% requirement by - December 31 2020. Together, we'll reduceour carbon footprint---step by step. For more information, visit and click on the "Customer Support" tab Liberty Utilities .... II I I LII Helen Reynolds, left, Nikki Hall, center, and Lucas Hall dress for the occasion during the Plumas Club's 100th anniversary celebration Saturday. Photo by Sherri McConnell Efforts benefit county's librarie.00;: The Quincy Friends of the Plumas County Library's quarterly book sale in August was a great success, ................................................................. ,,,,,.i, i We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product 00B'EATTY (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 LIC. #453927 according to Diann Jewett, the group's secretary and treasurer. "Total proceeds from the sale were $1,341.70, and the children's books were free," she said. "We want to thank all of the individuals in the community who donated their gently used books, helped us during the sale and purchased books," Jewett said. She added that Friends volunteers continue to sort the nonfiction books by category for both hardback and paperback books. She said they are also displayed in alphabetical order by the first initial of the author's last name for easier shopping. Jewett said the Friends of the Library use the proceeds from their book sales for ongoing library enhancement projects that benefit library patrons of all ages. "The Quincy Friends would also like to remind library patrons that they can order books from Zip Books, a grant-funded program through the California State Library that runs through June 2015. If there is a book or audiobook that is not available at the library it can be ordered through this program. Readers are encouraged to ask th library staff about this wonderful free service," Jewett said. There is a brief request form that needs to be completed so the book can be ordered and sent directly to the individual's home address. Jewett explained that when the person is finished reading the book, he or she returns it to the library so that it may be added to the collection. Alternatively, the patron can: choose to purchase it. Jewett said if anyone is :, interested in becoming a member of the Quincy Friends of the Plumas County Library the application forms are available at the library or by contacting her at 283-3873. She also said that gently used books are always a welcome donation. The books can be dropped off at the front desk of the library during regular business hours or Jewett can be called to arrange for a pickup. The next quarterly fundraising book sale is set for Nov. 6 - 8 at the Quincy library. le our new center! to aaeb& agat the Klarissa Luxury Firm 20 year "'" $799 King Set ........ $1099 high density foam King Set.. s1099 Twin seL....s3R Queen set...lm Fullset....I44S King set......qiR The best section at the best SPECIAL PURCHASE! ENGLANDER LIMITED EDITION MODEL 1829 10 Year Pillow Top Twin set,... Queen set....S' Full set ..... 1348 King set ....... lr NO INTEREST WITH PAYMENTS Now 27,000 sq. fi. of all the