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12A Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 Feather River Bulletin Grazing in Indian Valley A young buck interrupts his grazing in Indian Valley to look over his shoulder after hearing an unexpected sound nearby 12, perhaps produced by the photographer. Once the winter season sets in, deer migrate to lower elevations such as Susanville or down the Feather River Canyon to the foothills where they can continue to feed. Photo by Norm Williams Oct. esslng Even stuffed animals welcome Community United "Francis of Assisi Methodist, Our Savior recognized this when hei Lutheran and Christ the King called the animals, both wild i Episcopal churches will hold and tame, his brothers and a Pet Blessing Service on sisters. Remembering Saturday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m. at Francis' love for thesei Dame Shirley Plaza in brothers and sisters, we will Quincy, across from the invoke God's blessing on the Plumas County Courthouse. animals, and thank God for ! This annual blessing is in letting us share the earth honor of the Feast Day of St. with all the creatures." Francis of Assisi, patron Friendly and well-behaved i saint of animals, which pets are welcome. There will occurs every year on Oct. 4. be separate sections for cats, The short service will include dogs and other animals. scripture reading, song, Stuffed animals are also prayer and an individual welcome and encouraged. blessing of each animal. Pets must be kept on a Blessing organizers said, leash or in a carrier and must "As Christians, we believe have identification in case of that God created everything escape. in existence, including Pets that are aggressive or animals. The animals of nervous can be represented God's creation share in the with a photo. ways of human beings; they Owners are responsible for have a part in our lives. Most cleaning up after their pet. Christians believe it is the For more information, duty of humans to protect contact Pastor Kendrah at and enjoy nature as its 283-2546 or Pastor Andrew at stewards. 283-1740. Li m its of f speech ic of essaycon "Hate Speech - Free was inadvertently Speech" is the timely -- and submitted. It was last year's provocative -- subject that topic. the League of Women Voters Flyers outlining the rules of Plumas County has chosen of the essay contest are being as its topic for the 2017 High circulated this week in all School Essay Contest. Plumas County Schools The contest is open to all giving students ample time Plumas County students in to research the ramifications the ninth through 12th of freedom of speech and grades, including submit their essays no later home-schooled students. In than Friday, Nov. 17. an essay of 250 words or less According to League the students are asked President Lori Simpson the whether there are any limits prizes this year have been to free speech under the U.S. increased -- first prize will Constitution and if, or to garner $250 and the three what extent', hateful speech honorable mentions are $75 is protected, each. In last week's newspaper, Address any questions to an article announced that Lori Simpson at 283-0517 or the essay topic would pertain Jane Braxton Little at to the presidency, but that 284-6516. Hutch with 6