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Community News weekday oct. 17, 2001 /{i ,.>,< # Photo by Victoria Metcalf Plumu District Ho pil l Administrator Michael Batty recently won this giant version of the AFLAC In- he Imm lllately knew what he would do with it, The giant stuffed fowl will become part of the party giveaways for employees at the hospital this holiday season. The duck has become popular a television advertising campaign was launched using a real duck. From left are Bill Drum, executive di- Health Plus; Karen Story, medical staff secretary; Administrator Michael Barry; and Unda Budden- of employee health. different career partners within the Employ- gy, manufacturing, engineer- Understanding the ment & Training Center, Ca- ing, teaching, law enforce- e' of science and reer Awareness Day is madement, armed services, pho- Will be the task possible through the efforts tography, health care and area youth at the of the local business commu- medical, forestry, communi- & Training nity. cations, banking, culinary Awareness It gives students the oppor- arts, veterinary, retail, con- tunity to talk with business struction and many other rsday, Oct. 18, owners, employers and rep-fields of student interest. Quincy Ele- resentatives who volunteerApproximately 500 stu- and Pioneer Ele- their time to share career ex- dents are expected to partici- be bringing periences, pate in the event which will through Almost 30 individuals willtake place between 8:30 a.m. Ldents to the present information on ap-and 2:30 p.m. at tIae ETC proximately 20 occupationsbuilding, 1905 E. Main St., by the Work- including fire fighting, geolo- Quincy. and All plumbing fixtures are not alike. You generally get what you pay for. If you are considering fancy fixtures for short money - BEWARE! Find money in the budget for quality or it may cost you in the future. Brought to you by: 283-1605 Lrx~k fim a new mytice next Vdt~,k/ PSI 2001 Prenatal classes Thursday "Be good to your baby be- valuable information to ex- fore it is born," is a message pectant mothers, instructors from public health nurse are also prepared to answer Gwen Mansbridge, one of the questions about development instructors for a free prenatal and birth. class Thursday, Oct. 18. Snacks will be provided. The class is open to all Child care is available. And pregnant women, from 6-8 there is a free gift waiting for p.m. at Christ the King Epis- each new mother. copal Church on Lawrence For more information, call Street in Quincy. 283-6330. While available to provide I The Plumas County Library wear their pajamas and bring presents "Starry Time," a their teddy bear or favorite monthly family bedtime story stuffed animal. program, on Thursday, Oct. 25 The program, presented by at 7 p.m. in the Quincy Li- Margaret Miles, will feature brary meeting room. stories, songs, and a bedtime Children are encouraged to snack. See What You Have Been Missing,.. Discover Laser Vision Correclmn We'can help you make your decision with literature, videos, a free Lasik consultation and more. All pre- liminary and post surgical testing is provided in our office. Seminars with surgical demonstrations are available. We are affiliated with two highly qualified Laser Vision Centers. Please call Drs. Gilman and Gilman for more information. ,.. DRS. GILMAN (9 GILMAN 68 Central Ave. Quinc , 283-2206 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, V~sion and Eye examinations, treatment of;e~;dilea~, catarac't surety; for- eign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact tenses, glasses . (large selection of ine~tpensive to designer eyewear), low vision ,aids for Ole visually impaired, and vision therapy fo~ learning related visionproblerm. gregation of the Church the area to the Festival Din- .26. will be at the Hall on High- Will begin at 6:30 so reser- to be made by dinner is free. Community non-denomina- rship with pas- by Mike Pre- meets for every Sun- aL In addition, tries sponsored meet through- e information phone the Or visit the raeagle: from on County go about 1/4 for Dinner, at 836- office at is no charge PARENTS |330 37 very much for help with our trouble from a thanks to It has been and we Barbara & Earl Fred & Linda Patsy & Gary SHADETREE AUTO SALES * 283-9740 J Serving North Eastern California ) NVESTIG,I rl Criminal - - Civil - - Business Criminal Defense Bankruptcy Workers Compensation Crirr~nal History Accident Invest~on Personal Injury Photo and V~leo Surveillar~ce Business & Credit Business History Interviews & Statements Backgrounds Process Serving Asset & Property Searches Divorce & Child Custody Frank Skrah, Pre-employment Derogatory Public Fihngs Retired LAPD Supervisor of Detectives (25 years) "INQUIRE 252-1562 Susanville Business Licenses Checked Expert Witness (Law Pre-Sentencing Reports e~tocement matters) i INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" I California State License P.1.14614 ! Lake Almanor I WEMPLE'S 8TH ANNUAL Class Sc i Mon. 6-7 am Fitness i01 (Step) Leslie 10:30- 11:45 am (75 mts) 11-11:45 am Weight Room Staff (45 mrs) 12:10 pm (45 mts) 4:30 - 5:20 pm (50 rots) 5:30 pm Tues. Wed. Rtness I01 (C.ard~o Yoga - AJ Weight Room Staff BodyWorks Abs & Butt Sa,ena Gmceann Debra ~"Z~I=~" Fitness Yoga to 6:45 pm * AJ BoclyWorks Sarerm Abs & Butt Klckboxlng Leslie Meltssa BodyWorks Dd~ Step& NOTE: Please check white board in hallway for changes to schedule (or call ahead). Class Descriptions: (full dqriptive handouts are on hallway wall) Both)Works: Sculpt every part of your body, using resistance equipment. Chair-Aerobics: Can you work out while sitting down? Yes, you can! Fitness 101: Step, Pump &c/or Kick - it's cross-training at its finesd Abs & Butt: Learn how to target and work these often troublesome areas. Fat Burner: Using light weights &. non-impact aerobic moves = burnt fad Wt. Room: A circuit workout on machines in main room of club. Beginning Yoga: An introductory class -- learn the basics of Fitness Yoga. Fitness Yoga: Burn fat, sweat, get strong &. flexible in a power Yoga class. Yoga mat required; beginners welcome first Mondays of each month. Step & Kick: Cardio Step + Cardio Kick gets you sweating fasd Your instructors: AJ* , Leslie*e, Debra, Melissa, Sarena, Oraceann YogaFit Certified KickBoxing Certified *ACE Certified Fitness Instructor # 336 Crescent St., Quincy, CA 95971 283-(BALL) 2255 f