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8A Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Girls dust wanna have fun Downtown merchants and customers alike got into the '50s Grease theme Sept. 25 for Girls Night Out. Greasers and vintage cars trolled Main Street, while others sang their hearts out to the sing-along version of the hit film starring John Travolta and Olivia New- ton-John. Photos by Roxanne Valladao The easiest route to your new wheels. % APR* Up to 36 months Fast and Easy Auto Loan Turn into your nearest U.S. Bank and see how easy it is to find the perfect rate for that new or used car or truck. Same day decisions, flexible terms, payment protection and low monthly payments with no money down. You just can't pass this up. Apply today at U.S. Bank. All of serving you" ] 888-444-BANK (2265) *Offer not avadable to refinance an existing U.S. Rank auto loan. Automatic ~ayments from a U.$. Bank ~c~ge required. Rates as low as 3.75% ~ are available for 3-year auto loans $10,000 and higher at 100% loan-to-value CUP/) or less. Rates for. smaller loan amounts, longer terms, or higher 1"13/may be higher. Loan fees apply. Loan payment and APR will vary based on the loan amount the term, and any fees. Origination fees va,'y by state and range from $50 to $125 or up to 1% of the ~ amount. Loan payment example: a $10,000 automabile loan at a 2.93% interest rate for 36 months with a $125 onginatien fee will have a 335% APR and a monthly payment of $294.14. Offer ,s subject to credit qualificatJens. Rates are subject to change. Some additional restrictions may apply. Payment example does not reflect optional 45 days to first payment. Interest and payment protection fees accrue during the 45-dey on pay period. Your purchase of a payment protection plan is optional, and will not affect your application for credit. Some eligibility requirements apply. Ask your banker for full details. Installment loans are offered through U.S. Bank National Association ND. 2010 U.S. Baonerp, U.S. Bank. Member FDIC 100413 Plumas County will cele- brate Oktoberfest this week- end, Oct. 9- Oat. 10. Family Fall Festival will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Feather River Arts Cen- ter, on Commercial Street in Old Town Portola and at the Caboose Parking Lot. The free event includes mus4c, a bounce house for the kids, NASCAR fun (the 2006 Jeff Gordon #24 car will be on display), fall tabl6top displays (one do- nated table will be auc-. tioned off) and work by lo- cal artists, courtesy of the Portola Merchants and East- ern Plumas Chamber of Commerce. Food and drinks are available. Help kick off the local canned food drive by bring- ing a can. All proceeds col- lected from community members or sponsors will go to the Portola Family Cri- sis Center:, the Feather Com- munity Arts Center and Railroad Days 2011. Old Town Portola mer- chants will offer a variety of great specials and deals on this fun, family-friendly day. For more information call 836-6811. The Mountain Harvest. Festival starts at noon and runs to 6 p.m. at the Plumas- Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. Advance sale ticket price is $35 ($30 for Plumas Arts members) and includes admission to the brew fest event, live music and much more. For tickets and details, call Plumas Arts at 283-3402. Longboards Bar & Grill at Plumas Pines will offer Oktoberfest beginning at 6 p.m. Admission is $40 and includes a traditional German buffet dinner, one German beer, live music by the OOMPAH Schmeel Band. Folks can enter at 7 p.m. for $20 for live music and one German beer, with- out dinner. Plumas District Hospital will host a health screening Monday through Thursday, Oct. 11 - 14, 6:30 - 8:30 a.m., at the North Fork Medical Building, 1060 Valley View Drive (behind the hospital). Testing is $50 and includes comprehensive metabolic panel, thyroid screening, complete blood count, cho- lesterol, triglycerides and HDL, direct LDL and ratio. Optional tests and prices include a bone density scan for $50 and prostate screen- ing for $15. Appointments are re- quired for the bone scan: They will be scheduled at the health screening. No tele- phone appointments are available. Participants are asked to come on the day assigned to the first letter of their last name. A - F Monday, Oct. 11 G - M Tuesday, Oct. 12 N - S Wednesday, Oct. 13 T- Z Thursday, Oct. 14 Participants must be 18 years or older for blood draws. They must not eat for 12 hours prior to the blood draw, but may take water and any medication as usual. *n P~ use group me ~4 A Child Safety and Sexual Abuse Prevention workshop, Thursday, Oct. 14, will ad- dress issues of personal safe- ty for children, child sexual abuse prevention, abuse dis- closure by a child and under- standing a child's behavior. Parents, childcare providers and teachers are encouraged to attend. The free workshop is at the Plumas County Library. Din- ner, catered by Southern Ac- cent, is at 5:30 p.m. and the workshop will run 6 - 8 p.m. Childcare will be available in the children's library room. Anne Gaudet, Plumas Cri- sis Intervention and Re- source Center, will facilitate the workshop in cooperation with Women's Mountain Pas- sages, with funding from the Plumas Children's Council. For more information, call Pam Becwar at 283-0859. A Community Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat : I!S GRIZZLY CREEK RANCH by Portola Saturday, October 30th, from 6pm to 9:30pm We are still currently looking for a few more organizations/ service groups to help support this event. This event is open to everyone in the community. You will have the opportunity to either decorate a cabin or have a table in our dining lodge. 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