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,Progressive. Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 7@ North Valley Aquatics (NVAL) held their p swim meet Fourteen Plumas Team members com- The NVAL all-star L names were released. on their NVAL per- four Plumas team were chosen. Max was seeded third; Locke, Lauren and Grant Ozanich e seeded fourth. Ozanich trio attended last swim meet of the on Labor Day at the In- Swim Meet in dland. There they en- some very stiff as most of the swimmers were round swimmers. County swimmers seasonally. ite the handicap, the racked up a total of Their best efforts as Max Ozanich place in the 50- 100-yard freestyle, while Grant landed fourth 100-yard breaststroke. Photo submitted Four members of the Plumas Swim Team made the North Valley Aquatics League all- star list at last month's championship swim meet. soon The California Department of Fish and Game has opened registration for its expanded series of naturalist-led tours to experience one of the cen- tral valley's most dramatic and beautiful phenomena, the fly-in of sandhill cranes. The lsenberg Crane Re- erve near Lodi. formerly called the Woodbridge Eco- logical Reserve, is the sea- sonal home to the cranes-- California's largest native bird Late afternoon trips are scheduled every Sunday, the second Thursday and the sec- ond and third Saturday of the month from Sept. 30 to Feb. 24. The tours last two hours, ending at sunset, and include use of the wildlife viewing shelter at a behind-the-scenes site. Very little walking is involved. Tours on Nov. 2-4 are scheduled through the Sand- hilt Crane Festival in Lodi. Call 209-367-7840 for more in- formation about the festival and tours during those dates. The Isenberg Crane Re- serve supports some of Cali- fornia's densest populations of greater sandhill cranes (a threatened species) and less- er sandhill cranes, in addi- tion to providing valuable habitat for hawks, waterfowl, shorebirds, herons and song- birds. To register, send a self-ad- dressed, stamped envelope and a card with your first and second choice of date, number in your party, name and complete address and phone number. A confirma- tion letter and map will be sent soon after. Send to: Crane Tours, De- partment of Fish and Game, 1701 Nimbus Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670. A $5 do- nation per adult (under 18 free), payable to the Califor- nia Wildlife Foundation, is requested with registration. Trips will fill so reserve early. Group tours are also available on select Satur- days. adverse weather, or road conditions, the lakes and streams, by county, will be re- the week of Septem- with catchable-size trout from the De- of Fish and Game River. Fork of / We will make your vacation "Bw a 3 or # clay pass, or day is FREE Packages Er California Park Susanville ;144,550 Ash St. Quincy 114,20 Crescent St, JMASNEWS.COM U R T RA:D E 'OO FORD TAURUS o~to., V:6, FWD, AiC, ~ cruse, P:W/L P,'% /~FM cm4., IO,O00 m~. #146525 'O1 I~ORD EXPLORER 4x4, V-6, all power, $fB99345, "22,900 IF "=o .ORb CONTOOR =E | Wl~e, m~o.. V-6. PWD. A/C. lilt, rui*e, P/W/L, P/S,I / AM/FM cass., # 145713. I L "11,300 J 'OO GRAND CARAVAN ~, AWD, ,,,h~, 4x4, a,~., v-6, ,I/C, ~, ~, P/W/t, P/S, /t,.M/F M ~a~., #651292. S "1)2 FORD IF-SO | Brm*m, 4x4, $ speed, A/C, g~, cruse, P/W/L, P/S, | A,~/FM ca.., Z0,0~0 m~l*~. Q Your Neighborhood HERTZ RENTAL CAR Headquarters Great Value! Big Selection! Fast Service! r Showroom, 611 Main St. * Car Lot, 40 N. Roop st. Sale expires 10-8-01 All prices plus tax, lic. & dec. fees OUALn"~ GARIE Susanville