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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 11A Where in t rld? Maryn McFarland takes her son, AdrikYacelga, on a "baseball tour" back East after he graduated from Quincy High in June (as shown on the front page of the Bulletin). In addition to attending games at five different major league ball parks, the two visited the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, and went to Akron, Ohio, to see Quincy's Cody Anderson with his minor league team, the RubberDucks. Yacelga will play baseball in college. I raising ocations a ester woman Samantha P. Hawthorne Staff Writer There are now 20 different businesses helping Chester resident Heather Stephens raise money to pay her constantly accruing medical bills. To help, businesses located throughout the Lake Almanor Basin and Westwood are selling drawing tickets for a beautiful 14-carat white gold pendant. The custom pendant, designed by local jeweler Richard King, is being offered to one' lucky winner. All the proceeds of the. drawing will go directly to Stephens, who is battling stage 2 breast cancer. She was diagnosed in February and is currently undergoing regular chemotherapy. Although she has insurance through her employer, Lake Almanor Propane, she is required to cover 20 percent of the medical bills over $4,000. Utilizing King's jewelry-making talents, Pizza at the Branch is sponsoring Tickets for this diamond-encrusted 14-carat white gold pendant are now on sale at 20 locations throughout the Lake AImanor Basin and Westwood. Money raised :~will' help Chester resident Heather Stephens pay for her breast cancer treatment. Photo submitted the fundraiser in hopes of raising at least $10,000 to go toward Stephens' medical expenses. King said sales have been slow, but he knows "God will provide." Tickets for the pendant drawing are $10 each, and i:i!ii Oct. 1 to Oct. 25 Anytime, 7 a Week Call Now for Tee Times, Reservations and Information Iq..UM AS,~:~'c.N~;'~;,.,~.~ ,..~_ GOLF RESORT 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, Ca will be sold through October. The pendant is valued at approximately $2,000. Now that football season has started, tickets will also be sold during Chester High School games. Chester locations include Buzz Mart, Beacon Gas Station, Almanor Barber Shop, 50 Shades of Color, Hair Artistry, Books & Beyond, Dare to be Dazzled, True Value Hardware, Lake Almanor Propane, the Candy Shoppe, Shear Magic, Happy Garden, Chester Chevron Food Mart, Ron Martin Realty, The Coffee Station, Mt. Lassen Club and The Locker Room. Westwood and Lake Almanor locations include Young's Market, Tantardino's Pizzeria & Pasta and Pizza at the Branch. The drawing is tentatively scheduled for Oct. 31, during Pizza at the Branch's Halloween costume party. Ticket holders do not need to be present towin. For more information contact Lake Alman0r Propane at 258-4209, or Pizza at the Branch at 596-4505. ! l Fresh Effective Leadership Expand Economic Opportunity & Accountability ...... Answering your questions ....... How can Jim be an effective supervisor if he is not a long time resident? In the fourteen years I have lived here I have seen ups and downs in our economy. ' Since my life experiences are not just limited to our area, I have a broader perspective on ways to solve the challenges facing Plumas County. I do not believe the number of years living in Plumas County dictates an individual has a greater concern or monetary investment in our County. Who is backing Jim and why are they backing him? Our committee consists of concerned citizens of Plumas County involved in many community activities. They want a supervisor to work with the Board of Supervisors in a professional manner to resolve the issues facing Plumas County. How has Jim been involved in the community since hemoved here? I first became involved with our local men's golf club. In 2004, I stepped up and helped annex our homeowners association into the Graeagle Fire District. With the downturn in the economy I asked questions that brought community leaders together tO investigate ways to improve our local economy. The discussions that followed resulted in the Lost Sierra Rec & Tech, a collaborative effort to bring new enterprises to Plumas County. "Jim can and will make a difference for all of Plumas county, not just District Five." Don Former Supervisor - District 5 Join Our Team Send a Donation Committee to Elect 3ira Judd PO Box 202 Clio, CA 96106 www. (530) 836-7311 Paid for by the CommRtee to Elect Jim Judd Supervisor- District 5 j L ' !