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~ogressive, Record, Progress~~ Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 a Plumas - ;% : ing m, the t ined d the I the Lppar due : ion. iYt _i Plaes abound in ,ug Sr,hit - Tit" mmure has to t9 n ,s road happu ?:d d to many bea d a drive along ;Che iler 6 at : the est. rove :h the le. aked Photos by Victoria Metcalf U lWalk at the Sul- bility. The newer construe- Work will progress this fall area tion materials will extend the until snowfall interferes, National periods between boardwalkthen resume next spring. The ior re- replacement," added Parris. job will be completed before Steps have been eliminated the summer season. ill improve and grades lessened to make Fall is a wonderful time to to protect the walks easier to negotiate, visit the park. The smaller ever-changing Relocation of some sections number of visitors provides a that visi- of the boardwalk willprevent chance to relax in solitude, access from damage from snow loading while enjoying the scenic vis- stated Super- during the long winter tas and remarkable volcanic Parris. months, landscapes. Fall colors pre- rks is locatedRecycled lumber products vail throughout the area un- Park Road, have been incorporated into til snow prevents vehicular e north of the the design to support theaccess. ,trance to the park's ongoing commitmentWhile most visitors use the acrid wa- to sustainability. Park Road, recreational op- hag fumeroles in Limited visitor access toportunities also exist along Orks have in- the area will continue Warner Valley, Juniper Lake for years, throughout the fall months, and Butte Lake Roads. boardwalk with closure required during For more information, call lraProve accessi- a few key work periods, park headquarters at Are you a PG&E customer? Does your income qualify? You answer YES to these questions, call to enroll t. 9 in the CARE program at the following locations. tett ABC Center Qua,." QUALIFYING INCOME* 258-4280 Healthy Start mYmg income for the CARE program.Wildwood 258-3350 832-1827 Family size Gross Annual Income tttmdllt Social Services Healthy Start 993-6720 284-1560 1 $22,000 2 $22,000 Pluraas Coun Community Dev. Lasum Economic Dev. 3 $25,900 commi on Corp. 283-2466 256-3531 4 $31,100 Plumas Crisis Intervention 5 $36,300 283-5515 595-4444, Monday through Friday, except holidays. For TDD phone call 595-3480. The Letters About Litera- competition in California in- ture competition, open to stu- elude Eve Bunting, the ehil- dents in grades four through dren's author;, John Gilmore, 19., is inviting children to education editor at the San write letters to the authors of Diego Union Tribune; David their favorite books. The Kipen, book editor at the San first- and second-place win- Francisco Chronicle; Patt ners on two levels will re- Morrison, a columnist at Los ceive cash awards and be Angeles Times; Mort Saltz- flown to Sacramento for an man, deputy managing editor awards ceremony in the at the Sacramento Bee; and spring, several children's librarians. Sponsored nationwide by A separate panel of judges the Library of Congress and will select winners in the the Weekly Reader Corpora- competition for adult learn- tion, the competition is con- ers of English. ducted in more than 30 states The deadline for the compe- and involves tens of thou- tition is December 1. Winners sands of students, will be announced in the Prizes are given on both the, spring. national and state levels. In For entry forms, students California, prizes are award- and teachers may write to: ed for those letters that ex- Robert Daseler, California press most eloquently the ira- State Library, P.O. Box portance of a particular book 942837, Sacramento, CA to a child. 94237-0001. Entries are judged on two Letters About Literature in levels: Level I for gradesfour- California is sponsored by seven, and Level II for grades the California State Library, 8-12. This fall there will be the California Center for the a third category for adult Book, the California Depart- learners of English enrolled ment of Education, the Call- in literacy programs in Call- fornia School Library Associ. fornia. As with the children, ation, the Children's Liters- there will be first- and ture Council for Southern second-place prizes for the California, and Southwest adults. Airlines. Judges of the children's Woman offers cancer recovery through nutrition Did you know that every 30 seminar that will help you seconds another American is beat the odds against cancer. diagnosed with cancer, and During the seminar, you every 55 seconds in this court- will hear what respected reed- try, someone dies of cancer? ical journals and noted re- That's 1,400 people every day. searchers are saying about How can you beat the odds the newest findings in how to and not become a needless prevent cancer and other all- statistic? ments that are plaguing Tonight, Wednesday, Oct. Americans. 17, at 7 p.m. at the Greenville, Researchers now agree that Seventh-Day Adventist lowering cholesterol levels Church, attend a video pre- and reducing fat intake can sentation of the testimony of prevent and even reverse a 35-year-old woman who got many of these debilitating breast cancer. Listen to what diseases. she did through health and These lectures will follow a nutrition to become cancer - computerized Health Age ree. Analysis with a printout of The church is located on your biological age, and will Crescent Street next to the be followed by vegetarian Sierra Sunrise Care and cooking demonstrations and a across from Jackie's meal. Free materials and the Drive-Inn. meal will be given to all who Also at the Greenville SDAregister in advance, but those Church on Sunday, Oct. 21, at unregistered are welcome. 3 p.m., as a follow-up to Don't miss this---for your life! tonight's video presentation, Call 249-0206 or 284-1896 to attend a health and nutrition register. The Plumes Unified School District and Plumas Rural Services are co-host- ing the Parent/Young Adult Informational Forum Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 4 p.m. at Plumes County Publish- ing, 445 Jackson St., in Quin- cy. mental disabilities. The multi-agency forum The target audience is will discuss: coordinated ed- young adults, 18-24 years ucation, life skills, commu- old, and their families, spe. nity access, recreation/so- ~cial education teachers from cialization, and program the secondary schools, planning for Plumas County F.N.R.C., p.R.S, and F.R.C. young adults with develop- We'll help you from planning to painting. Save $1,O00's in Sweat Equity Get the satisfaction of building your own home, or subcontract the project out. We supply all the building materials. "We'll help from finance to finish." or 1-888-299-3227 "We Help From Finamre to Finish" Home Office 1-800-482-6453 Rough plumbing & foundation not included P.O. Box 156, Adin, CA