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• Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 5A Where in the rld? Diana Bleiberg Jacobson, Stephanie Frye Mefford and Nancy Gambell visit Boston. The three ladies are Quincy High graduates and Iongtime friends. John Kolb, of Quincy, pauses on the John Muir Trail with his "favorite newspaper," Mount Whitney in the background. Kolb recently completed the 215-mile High Sierra trail with two buddies. Unfortunately the group could not summit the mountain due to rough weather. The Plumas-Sierra A social hour begins at 5:30 CattleWomen are having p.m. and dinner will start at their third annual Fall Fiesta 6:30. Between dinner and Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 25. dessert the PSCW organizers The dinner dance is being say they are honored to have held at the Calpine Mike Filippini serve as their Community Center in auctioneer. Calpine. Following dinner there will be dancing to live music provided by the Simpletones. A no-host bar and a 50/50 drawing will be offered in addition to the auction items. Tickets are available for presale by calling Paula at 994-3610 or Karen at 993-1655. DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING FREE ESTIMATES SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES 29581 HWY 89, CANYON DAM, CA 95923 • C-12 CA LIC. #762465 530 - 284 - 1474 ....... We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 9]5971 LIc. #453927 To Subscribe 283-0800 • 257-5321 258-3115 • 832-4646 Richard K. Stockton, ... especially when it CLU ChFC, Agent saves you money. Insurance Lic. #0B68653 i can help you save an Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 average of $600*. Talk to me (530) 283-0565 • Fax (530) 283-5143 about combining your renters www.richardstockton.us and auto insurance today• Get to a better State Get State Farm. WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE CALL ME TODAY. October 5 • 4pm At Round Table Pizza Here In QuincY Special Message by 6reg Laurie Sponsored by the Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship * For who tO 59 Bell Lane, Quincy • 530-927-7626 for more information. (M Hrt stay for program) • " " " " * r,o. **** **** iIAI|VIIS'I'AHIII|Ii:A, Tickets cost $15 adults and $6 children 8 and under; they may be available at the door. Melissa Gilbert, along with friends and family, travels to AT&T Park to catch a Giants game and celebrate her 31st birthday. Make sure you have the boat winterized it freezes! Call & Make Boat Repair, Auto Repair & Towing Too! 283-1162 QUINCY Paid political advertisement SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 5 The Locally Homegrown Candidate! Plumas County has been our family's home for over 57 years My wife & I, our children & grandchildren have been raised right here in Plumas attended local Portola schools & classes at Feather River College. I own and operate "Engel Construction," excavating business. For over 33 years, I have served both Plumas and Sierra counties. I employ only local workers and, when available, ~ my construction & business materials from other local business owners For over 33 years I have worked with and gotten to know many of our Plumas County employees and have always had a great and respectful experience with each one Our Roots Grow Deep & Wide, Long & Local ... Right Here In Plumas County ! SUPPORT .... • Good Paying Jobs For All Plumas County Workers • No New Taxes or Fees Without Voter Approval , Fewer Regulations & Less Government Interference in Our Lives " • Reviewing/Reducing County Fees to Help (Jar Existing Business's Survive and Entice New Business to Our County • Private Property Rights, Water Rights, Water Conservation • People's Safety, a Well-Equipped Sheriff's Department and Prison/Jail Reform • Small Businesses That Need Less Regulation • Affordable Senior Housing & Services, Quality Hospitals, Medical and Fire Services • Access tO Quality Mental Health Services • Outdoor Recreation and The Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl Project • Our Local Tourist and Real Estate Industry that can help Grow New & Existing Businesses and Bring Investors • Quality Schools, Trade Schools and Higher Education for Our Children • The State of Jefferson Movement along with the people who are tired of being governed by a faraway government I WILL .... • Listen to the Concerns of My Constituents, Look Out For and Speak For ALL People • Respect and Spend Wisely Every One of Your Hard-Earned Tax Dollars • Have Regular "Town-Hall" Meetings in various District 5 Locations • Remain Concerned For, Committed To and Invested In Plumas County I have not asked for financial donations during my campaign. I want you to know that if elected supervisor, ! owe no favors. I will work for each of you. "I Live Here, I've Raised Our Family Here, I Work Here, I Love It Here ..... " I Love Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness for A Better Quality of Life For All It Shines in the Hearts of All Freedom-Loving People I Sure Would Appreciate & Thank You for Your Vote www.jeffengel.org (530) 836-0257 Paid for by the committee to elect Jeff En el County and a successful to Our Area 1';