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October 10, 2001

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Community News Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 13A ', rla Mete.aW flew, machines roared mOtioned directions onored hand sig- ms an $850,000 sewer im- minent Project moved the Gold Pan Motel the edge of Highway 70 A award the future home I d COUrthouse annex. approximately 5,00O 12-inch, gravity-type along the route hiag ground bordering P mas County Visitors I/ r Thursday, Oct 4, Eric "I1 all, an engineering Clan With PACE Civil IS an enginee.rit efprm Redding, said t as30 percent complete o Visinoni, of Visinoni COnstruction, of Par- said they hoped to have roject finished by No- ~r. SUccessful bidder on a ct involving Plumas ,T, the Quincy Commu- ervices District, and Ins, the plan is for the stCt ln company to link ; ng sewer services nat section of the Sewer extension. -- PUmp station is also t-- Construction at the car- l Gansner Park to han- new system. i "qUit s set up, a backhoe i ideep, narrow trench to | t e new line. A laser sys- I to make sure it is l, thin the trench, and ! ed in again with terlal ,rating a machine that e Second backhoe, a eXplained that a spe- attachment called a foot,,, allows them to a. the material. a estimated the de- ,rYe about 20,000 ;r cubic foot on the dumped in the ked if the new sys- Continue to serve When the new design is imple Caltrans next inoni said that is r diScussion. It or it could be th the new con- arls and replaced. 'r Shoulder main- . ations continue of Greenville to L of Greenville, he-way traffic :.rn.-3 p.m. Up to ays expected. t)r Linage main- Lder way 3 miles ton Oct. 10-12 ffic control be- .in. and 3 p.m. te delays ex- Vee' ' Ti)h.e Largest 1Splay of odstoves in o raas, Lasse.n & 7, 'ie,',-a ':o..t,.. A young construction worker handles the project from inMde the trench, tamping down the material dumped IMo it. . -{ .i." :- ..... .,-" " " , : ..... .... :"3 Dino Vlsinoni is at the controls of a machine with a sheep's foot attachment that exerts tremendous pres- sure on the material being dumped into the trench to cover the new line. A backhoe digs out the narrow trench that will hold the sewer line and dumps earth "i ' into a waiting truck. " Photos by Victoria Metcalf This is the laser used to make sure the pipo is lev- el within the trench before it's covered up. A construction worker mo- tions to the operator of the loader, telling him how to maneuver his load---ap- parently a mixture of earth ., :"" and gravel---into the ' trench. 1 , I o ge . ~"~ Learn somethmg new th,s/=all ~ COLL39Z2 Managing Your Health Learn how to develop good daily .health, [llll effective'. and how to make your relat,onshlps work. Class meets[ .. ,..,., ,,,. _,..,__ Tuesdays, 9 am-12 pm, October 9-23. Meets Thurs 8 am-12 om Instructor: Athea Anderson. [ November l: ember'20 1 unit / - Editing Home Videos HLTH105 FlrstAzd and Safety [ Meets Mon & W ..... n eo, and Covers CPR and first aid i emergency .... "-" ,---:' .... " - , . , ..... / ,u am-.~ pro, uc[ooer l-b .b unit situations. Upon comp,edon, you, qua.ry ror / American Red Cross certification. Class meets / Hospice Training Meets Tues 6-9 pm & Sat 8 am 5 pm Sat. & Sun., 9 am-6 pm, October 6-7 OR / ' " October 2 November 171 5 umts November 3-4. Instructor: Shelley Morrison. / " ' " / Low Impact Aerobics MU5125 Intro. To Classical Guitar |Meets Mon. & wee., s:15-e:4s pm Learn classical guitar playing techniques, /October 30-December 20 .5unit music reading, tuning, and posture. Class /Strel andTone meets Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30 pm, October /t4eets Tues. & Thurs., 12:30-2pm 31-December 19. Instructor: John Sebold. 1OR Non., Wed., Fri., 12-1 pm /October 30-December 20 .5 unit m Over 2 million women in th U.S. are breast cancer survivors. Breast cancer can be easily,detected in women 40 and older with a low dose X-ray procedure called a mammogram. Mammograms can detect breast cancer early, nearly 2 years before a woman can feel a breast lump. Annual breast exams by a health care provider are an impor- tant complement to mammograms. Breast self-exam is an easy way for a woman to detect any early breast changes Survival rate for women with treatment for early-stage breast cancer is 96%. Schedule your mammogram today: Call 832-4277, ext. 202. Only $60 for a screening mammogram during the month of October. "People Helping People"