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IOA Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Kids get free Truckee Chapter 1073 of the Experimental Aircraft Association returned to Nervino Airport in Beckwourth and gave free airplane rides to 30 area youngsters during the Portola Rotary Club Fly-in Breakfast on Sept. 13. These flights are part of the EAA's Young Eagles airplane rides program, in which volunteer pilots across the nation donate their time and aircraft to introducing young people to aviation. The program is open to all kids ages 8 through 17. Truckee's EAA chapter has flown over 3,300 Young Eagles since the program started in 1992, while in Beckwourth Beemers ride into town internationally EAA pilots have flown over 1.9 million kids. For information on the national Young Eagles program, visit For information on the Truckee EAA chapter and its Young Eagles events, visit The Huntzinger family, of Lincoln, attends the 2015 Autumn Beemer Bash held at the Plumas-Sierra County fairgrounds this past weekend, Sept. 18 through 20. The 350 attendees included men, women and families from central California and neighboring states. Photos by Debra Moore LET LIBERTY UTILITIES SHOW YOU HOW We offer a variety of programs for residential and commercial customers to save energy and money-- and help our environment. Many of these programs are at no cost to you such as FREE Energy Audits and FREE Refrigerator Recycling with a $35 Rebate. Commercial retrofit incentives are also available. Visit and click on the . "Save Energy & Money"link at the bottom to learn more or call 1-8oo-782-25o6 r il 0 Plumas-Sierra County Fair Manager John Steffanic, far right, greets BMW riders and thanks them for bringing their rally to the fairgrounds. He Spoke of the economic benefit such groups bring to the area and how he and the community appreciates their presence. The fairgrounds can be seen in the background as bikes, tents and attendees the horticulture building for the annual autumn gathering of the Central Cal three-day event included tours, speakers, poker runs, food and camaraderie. fill the area near BMW Riders. The