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12A Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 Feather River Bulletin WEEKLY GATHERINGS, MEETINGS AND CLUBS Note: Due to the holiday, some Masonic Lodge, Harbison AA Meeting, 6:15 p.m menBible Study (KJV), 7- 8 p.m of the following events may Street, Quincy. only, 260 County Hospital Road, L.D.S. Church, 55 BeUamy.Lane, not be held. Contact the Plumas County Fish & Game Courthouse Annex- Orchard Quincy. Open to all. Bibles organizer to verify events will Commission, 7 p.m 1st Thurs House, Quincy. available. Call 953-7790. takeplace as l/sted be/ow. (April - Dec.), Vets Hall. Monday, Oct. 8 Wednesday, Oct. 10 Thursday, Oct. 4 Friday, Oct. 5 NA Meeting, 12 p.m 260 Baby Bounce Story Time, Bible Study, 9 a.m every Fri AA Meeting, 12 p.m 260County Hospital Road, Infants 0 to 24 mo 10 a.m Golden Coach RV Park, 59704 County Hospital Road, Courthouse Annex - OrchardWed Plumas County Library Hwy. 70, Cromberg. Call Jim Courthouse Annex- Orchard House, Quincy. Quincy branch, 445 Jackson St. Christensen, 836-4668. House. Quincy, 24-hour Rotary Club, 12 p.m Mineral Preschool Storytime, stories, Soroptimist international of information: (877) 880-3880. Building, fairgrounds, 283-2127. songs, crafts and games, 10:30 Quincy, 12- I p.m Moon's NARFE, Feather River Chapter Grand Jury Assoc. of Plumas a.m Community Meeting Restaurant, 263-0795. No. 2236, 12 p.m 1st Fri Fed. County, I p.m 2nd Mon Room, Quincy Library, 445 AA Meeting, 12 p.m 260 employees, spouses, guests, Feather Publishing office, 287 Jackson St. For information, County Hospital Road, welcome. Call Dick Castaldini, Lawrence St Quincy, call the library, 283-6310. Courthouse Annex- Orchard 283-1349, or Greg Margason, meeting, 12 p.m 260 House, Quincy, 24-hour 283-0686, about location. Boy Scout Troop 151, 6 p.m County Hospital Road, information: (877) 880-3880. NA Meeting, 6 p.m 260 County Mort Scoutmaster Jan Jensen, Courthouse Annex- Orchard Lions Club, 12 p.m 1st & 3rd Hospital Road, Courthouse 283-2209 for location. House, Quincy, 24-hour Thurs Paradise Grill, Quincy. Annex - Orchard House, Duplicate Bridge, 6:30 p.m information:(877) 880-3880. Call 263-0495. Quincy. every Mon Resource Center, Senior lunch, 12 p.m Plumas District Hospital Hwy. 70 & Hwy. 89, Blairsden. Mohawk Community Resource Center, Blairsden. Call 836-0446 Volunteers, 12 p.m 1st Thurs Saturday, Oct. 6 Can Ruth Bright, 836-1454 or St. John's Parish Hall, 283-0474. for reservations. Plumas Milky Morns, support Jackie Lucky, 636-2232. Quincy Cribbage Group, 12:30 group for breastfeeding moms, AA Meeting, 7 p.m Methodist American Valley p.m. sharp every Thurs. Come Church, 282 Jackson St Quincy. Toastmasters, 12 - 1 p.m morns of infants and young early and have lunch. Round children welcome whether24-hour info.: (877) 880-3880. every 2nd & 4th Wed Plumas Table Pizza. No dues or fees. breasffeeding or not; older Masons Lodge #60, 7:30 p.m National Forest office, 159 Second Horizon Club, 1 p.m siblings welcome, 10- 11:30 2nd Mon Quincy Masonic Hall. Lawrence St Quincy, 283-0317. 1st & 3rd Thurs Veteran's Hall. a.m 1st Sat SCFO Cascade Elks meeting, 5:30 p.m social; 6:30 p.m dinner; 7:30 p.m Peripheral Neuropathy building (Headstart). Tuesday, Oct. 9 meeting; 2nd & 4th Wed Elks Support Group, 1 p.m 1st Cribbage Peggers, 10:45 a.m Knitting & Crochet group, Lodge, Hwy. 70, E. Quincy. Thurs Our Savior Lutheran registration; 11 a.m play 12 - 2 p.m Tue Carey Candy Quincy Community Supper, Church, 298 East High St begins, every Sat $11 entry fee, Co Bradley & Lawrence served 6 p.m. sharp, doors open Quincy. Call Stacey, 283-3702. Gumba's, Blairsden. Call Doug Streets, Quincy. Call Magdi, Plumas District Hospital at 5 p.m every Wed. (except 4th Regular Board Meeting, 4:30 Rodrigues, 836-4254. 760-979-8290. Wed. in Nov.), United Methodist NA Meeting, 12 p.m 260AA Meeting, 12 p.m 260 Church, Lawrence Street, p.m 1st Thurs PDH, County Hospital Road, County Hospital Road, Quincy. Free; donations Administration Conference Rm. Courthouse Annex- Orchard Courthouse Annex- Orchard appreciated. Xin Yi TalJi QiGong, 5:30- House, Quincy. House, Quincy, 24-hour American Valley 4-H, 6:30 p.m every Thurs Quincy AA Meeting, 6 p.m. 260 County information: (877) 880-3880. 6:30 p.m 2nd Wed Mineral Library meeting room, gentle Hospital Road, Courthouse Girl Scouts, all levels: Daisies, Building, Margie, 283-1443. movements to loosen joints, Annex - Orchard House. Brownies and Juniors, gr. K - 5, AA Meeting, 7 p.m Methodist help balance, energize, relieve Quincy, 24-hour information: 5:15 p.m 2nd & 4th Tue Church, 282 Jackson St Quincy. stress, Rose Buzetta, 927-8057. (877) 880-3880. Quincy Elementary. Cassie 24-hour info: (877) 880-3880. M-Anon, 5:30 p.m United Methodist Church, upstairs in Cooper, 530-249-6165. Quincy/Plumas Computer back, for families and friends of Sunday, Oct. 7 Celebrate Recovery, 5:30 pm Users Group, 7- 9 p.m 2nd alcoholics. AA Meeting, 12 p.m 260dinner included, Christian Life Wed 259 Jackson St Quincy. Celebrate Recovery, 5:30 p.m County Hospital Road, Fenowship, 317 First St 283-2542. Springs of Hope Church, 59 Bell Courthouse Annex- Orchard Quincy, 394-7008. Plumas Chapter OES 246, Lane, Quincy. Call Pastor Daniel House, Quincy. NA Meeting, 7 p.m Methodist 7:30 p.m 2nd Wed Masonic Hanna, Chester Baptist Church, Cub Scout Pack 151, 5 p.m Church, 282 Jackson St Quincy, Temple. 394-7008. Quincy Elementary, Rick Boy Scouts Troop 130, 6:30 Fletcher, 394-4720. p.m LDS Church, 55 Beilamy AA Meeting, 5 p.m women C H U R C H E S Ln. Call Dale Stokes, 263-3661. only, 260 County Hospital Road, Blue Star Morns, 7 p.m Courthouse Annex - Orchard Ascent Christian Ministries First Baptist. 283-1160, 74 fleese House, Quincy. Meet at Christian Life Fellowship, St Quincy. fbcquir 317 First St Quincy. 530-394-7008. LAST WEEK'S ascentca.0rg :- - : ValleycommO ty: " " i TEMPERATURES Assemblies of God - Christian 283-4259, 48 Cemetery Rd, Meadow LAKE LEVELS Life Fellowship Valley, office: 353 Jackson St, #100, Date High Low Precip. Snow Quincy Sept. 24 82 33 Lake Almanor *Elevation 2830345, 317 First St E.Quincy. Sept. 25 85 33 1"Current 4,484.0 Sept. 26 88 33 1 Year Ago 4,487.1 Sept. 27 90 34 Sept. 28 88 37 Lake Almanor **Capacity Sept. 29 71 38 1Current 884,034.1 1 Year Ago 962,479.7 Sept. 30 71 43 Trace -- Sept.averages: Hi: 82.32; Lo: 37.07 Bucks Lake *Elevation Total precip for month: trace 1Current 5,140.1 Total precipitation, July 1,2018, to date: 1 Year Ago 5,142.0 trace precip; O" snow. This date 2017: .98' precip; 0" snow. Bucks Lake 2017-2018 totals: 38.91" precip; 33" snow. JCurrent 2016-2017 totals: 81.43" precip; 43" snow. 1 Year Ago 2015-16 totals: 52.42" precip; 10" snow. 2014-15 totals: 32.89" precip; 6" snow. 2013-14 totals: 21.91" precip; 7" snow. 2012-13 totals: 37.93" predp; 23.75" snow. ~estl~r year is July 1 to June 30) Compiled by Ron Trumbo **Capacity 76,092.2 79,229.7 *Elevation above sea level in ft. **Storage in acre ft. l-Sept.30, 2018 ~Oct 1,2017 Calvary Chapel Quincy 283-4463.1953 E. Main, Mill Creek Shopping Center, E. Quincy. Christ the King Episcopal 283-0254, 545 Lawrence St Quincy. Church of Christ 283-1191,152 E. Jackson St Quincy. Our Savior Lutheran (ELCA) 283-2546. Church & High Sts Quincy. Seventh-Day Adventist 310-2042 or 283-3092, 2333 Pine St Quincy. Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship Pete, 283-1613, or John, 927-7626, 59 Bell Ln Quincy. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 283-2170, 55 Bellarny Ln Quincy. Community United Methodist 283-1740, 282 Jackson St Quincy, St. John's Catholic Church 283-0890, 176 Lawrence St Quincy. Starlight Missionary Baptist 283-1505, 171 Redburg Ave Quincy. Truth Tabernacle of Quincy, 260-8006, 2205 East Main St Quincy. Weather Wednesday, Oct 3 Sunrise 7:02-Sunset 6:45 Chance of showers, with thunderstorms, high 68. Wednesday Night: Chance of showers and thunderstorms, low 38. Saturday, Oct. 6 Sunrise 7:05--Sunset 6:40 Mostly sunny, with a high Forecast for Quincy Thumday, OCt 4 Friday, Oct 5 Sunrise 7:03--Suns~ 6:43 Sunrise 7:08~Sunset 6:41 Chance of showers, with a high near 65. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 33. Sunday, OCt 7 Sunrise 7:06-Sun9et 6:38 Sunny skies, with a high near 70. Saturday Night: Mostly clear, low around 30. near 69. Sunday Night: Clear and starry, low 42. i A'. , '" " "" I ' 8"10"p m I 1 Mostly sunny, withahigh I %Bu~y 9/!2i 10:58Om. near 70. "' do,n, " "'/ I I 9/6 ~ll~lP----~k~ C~l~ste~I / " - ~ ,~| 5:26 I 1 1 2 /~'f/ / V&. 91, I I 91; 1 L,:$'o.m. I / Chi' Friday Night: Partly I, cloudy, with a low I 12:13 p.m. 9'03 p mk-.-, Sl ~ f ~/ L / ~l~eno ~1 around33. "1.7 2 3 i 334pm Ct~ 1 2 I'''=~J''' ='''''~ I 9:03 a.m. 3.-~4 p.m. 1.1" ~f'S~ Ci " I Sunrise 7:O7-Sunset 6:37 Iz'~ ~1~.~ i ~l 9/12 9110 4:30a.m. ~ ~ 4:3Oa'm'l l"' ' ,w- 'w-" 'w'-'" J producing only one small aftershock. A quake registering M 2.3 was detected ~ west of Lake Tahoe near the axis of the high Sierra in the upper headwaters of the American River. The depth was about a I Th~arthq u.akes de c[eased mile below the surface. ~ '~fl~;~k I ~'s burst f/~ctivity, falling The lamest of four tremors east of Reno " I b~s. "l~he intensity.of measuredM 2.4. It was cantered south of I ~ as wells as no activity Femley near Silver Spnngs. Mainly sunny with a high I measured in the M 3 range. The. A quake registedng M 2.0 was detected I d~ shotgun blast, with in the southeast arm of Lake Almanor, a around 68. ~ I ~" cant swarms or aftershock .M 1.6jolt was detected northwest of the ~~ I ~idely sca~ered single Lake Oroville Dam, and the strongest of I events. two quakes north of Redding near Shasta I Act'~e Carnelian Bay- it. P lu!o Dam measured M 1.6. I ~west hom of Lake Tahoe Now is a great time to refresh items in ,-,~ .=:, I declined after the M 3.8 on August 30, your earthquake preparedness kit. Sunrise 7:08-Sunset 6:35 win Roni Java Staff Writer The process of continuing to keep vital school-site repair projects on time and on budget, using voter-approved Measure B school bond funds, is an ongoing responsibility that Plumas Unified School District staffand the Governing Board of Trustees remain on top of month after month. And sometimes, with all of the rules and requirements in place, the jobs are successfully bid by local businesses -- a circumstance for which school trustees have previously expressed appreciation. At the Sept. 12 school board meeting held in Chester, Leslie Edlund, board president; trustees Dave Keller, Joleen Cline and Dwight Pierson; and Traci Holt, clerk of the board, voted 5-0 to award funds of $43,479 for four new requests serving Greenville Junior-Senior High School and Pioneer Elementary in Quincy. The district's ad hoc committee had recommended all four items for approval. Greenville Junior-Senior High The board approved a $14,700 bid with C. Halverson Construction of Indian Valley for facility maintenance and safety work at GJSHS. The jobs entail demolition and disposal of a Quonset hut building plus pump house construction around existing electrical boxes and sprinkler controls. Pioneer Elementary School At Pioneer Elementary School in East Quincy, the board approved $11,825 for landscape work at the play area, a facility maintenance item. Quincy's Mountain Craft Landscaping submitted the successful bid. Also at the Pioneer campus, the trustees OK'd two energy-efficiency and safety projects for window coverings to be provided and installed by a Quincy d~cor company Tande Custom Draperies. The purchase bid for materials only came in at $16,338 and the installation work was approved at $616. Free social op at A free full-day workshop titled "Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day: The ILAUGH Model is offered for professionals and parents Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The workshop takes place at the Town Hall Theatre, 469 Main St in Quincy, and is presented by the Scott Schwartz Memorial Scholarship. The course is designed to teach professionals and parents the social learning frameworks, concepts, and strategies needed to guide others toward improved social processing and social competencies. - Conference attendees will gain new insights into the power Of their own social-emotional intelligence as they explore their social motivations and how they process and respond to social information. The class will dissect hidden social rules, contemplate how social expectations change with age and discuss how social problem solving is at the heart of social competencies and affects how students interpret and respond to social-academic information and assignments. Social Thinking has developed a large range of treatment strategies -- and attendees will walk away with a number of them, including approaches for helping students av~fd-the blurt;:cope- ~ with boring moments and develop conversational language. 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