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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 9A Megan Mansfield puts all her energy into making 4 gallons of juice last year. Terri Rust turns the hand-crank so she can bring home some fresh apple juice. Photos submitted The fifth annual Quincy Quincy Natural Foods Apple Juicing event takes Coop. Bring apples and place Saturday, Oct. 20, containers to make some from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m . fresh Quincy-made apple across the street from juice. Events plann omestic nce awareness October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In honor of this nationally recognized month, Plumas Rural Services is hosting the following community events. Quincy Merchants on Main Street are "lighting up the town" with purple twinkle lights in their storefront windows to shed light on domestic violence. Purple is the nationally recognized color associated with domestic violence awareness. Plumas Rural Services Domestic Violence Services are hosting a "Create and Sip" at the Drunk Brush Wine Bar, 438 Main St Saturday, Oct. 20, from 4 until 7 p.m. The cost is $35 per person and includes all crafting supplies, finger foods and one beverage of your choice. Participants will be creating peace/prayer flags with stencils and fabric pens to celebrate strength and courage. No artistic talent is needed to enjoy the activities. Space is limited so register online at plumasruralservices.org/dvsurvivo rs or contact Elizabeth Page at 283-5675, ext. *833. Free training titled "Raising Awareness: Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking Awareness" for service providers, educators and employers will be offered by Plumas Rural Services on Thursday, Oct 25, 10 to 3 p.m. (registration opens at 9:30 a.m.). Lunch is provided. The training takes place at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Mineral Building, in Quincy. This program is sponsored in part by MHSA and organized by Plumas Rural Services. Register online at prsdvtraining.eventbrite.com or contact Page. The "Santa Cruz Noir" anthology features Elysia Garcia. Barn Owl Books in Quincy Oct. 24. Photo submitted local writer Margaret is hosting a reading Nig noir ing October is a good month for stories that go bump in the night. Barn Owl Books in Quincy is hosting a book reading and signing of"Santa Cruz Noir" on Wednesday, Oct. 24. at 5 p.m. Barn Owl Books is located at 373 W. Main St. "Santa Cruz Noir," an anthology, is edited by Susie Bright and published by Akashic Press as part of their noir series that takes place in various cities across the United States. Local author Margaret Elysia Garcia has a disturbing story included in the anthology and will read from it at this event. She will also be available to sign books. Local writers will read excerpts from other stories as well. The series aims to set noir stories in specific locales. Noir fiction is characterized as crime fiction with considerable moral ambiguity. The narrator is often the perpetrator of the crime and cynical about the world. The genre has had increasing popularity in the last few years -- especially during the Halloween season. 10% OFF Bed Tech Cooling Pillows 5O% * Browse products online at QuincyMountainMattress.com 283-9318 LAYAWAY WELCOME! RIE Delivery Anywhere inPlumascounty! Juli Thompson 530.927.7058 jthompson @dicksonrealty.com as Here is a list of some of your friends and neighbors who endorse my ReElection an FRC Trustee, most of whom I've worked with in Education or Healthcare. Indian Valley Misty Banchio John Banks Debbie Cassol Brett Cook Judy Dolphin John Evans Kevin Goss Bob Heard Dave Keller Jim Norman Kest Porter Dottie McDowell Lillian Mitchell Mark Mitchell Tom Rahn Ken Roby Doyle Rolston Travis Rubke Betsy Schramel Lisa Smith Monte Smith Veronica Tilton American Valley Bill Coates Valerie Flanigan Leslie Edlund John Champion Gallagher Gretchen Hagwood Joe Hagwood Pete Hentschel Julie Hochrein Peter Hochrein Gordon Keller Joseph Munoz Margaret Munoz Dwight Pearson Leslie Wall Kristy Warren Elizabeth Powell Susan Payne This is a county-wide mail-in ballot election.