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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015 15la The Plumas County Office of Emergency Services and area fire departments are reminding people that it can be dangerous to dispose of fireplace, wood stove or barbecue ashes. Embers, often concealed in what appears to be cold ashes, can remain hot enough to kindle a fire for several days. It is recommended to wait at least four days before disposing of ashes. "With the extremely dry conditions we have been experiencing, everyone should be extra vigilant with ash disposal,', said Jerry Sipe, Plumas County OES Director. "Hot ashes have caused structure fires when left next to a home, garage, deck, or When dumped on pine needles or other flammable materials." To safely dispose of ashes: - Put discarded ashes in a heavy metal container, douse with water and cover with a fitted metal lid. After sitting for a week, check them again to be sure that they are cool. If so, the ashes are then safe for disposal. -Store the container outside and away from structures, decks, fences, woodpiles and other combustible materials. - Never use a vacuum cleaner to pick up ashes. - Never put ashes in bags or boxes. As the fall and winter heating season approaches, remember to regularly inspect and clean chimneys. Soot and creosote are combustible materials that accumulate inside chimneys and create a dangerous fire hazard unless they are removed. Consider updating older wood stoves or fireplaces to a more efficient heat source. Newer wood stoves that are EPA compliant produce more heat and less pollution. Other general fire safety tips for the home heating season: - Make sure working smoke alarms are installed on every level of a home, outside each sleeping area, and inside each bedroom. Test alarms at least once a month. - Keep anything that can burn at least three feet from space heaters and other heat sources. - Keep candles and matches out of the reach of children. - Extinguish all fires, even candles, when you leave the room or go to sleep. - Remember to call 911 for all fires, no matter how small. Following these f'n'e safety tips can save lives and property. Where do I turn for hel Bullied? Harassed? At the End of Your Rope? The Plumas-Sierra ..... ..... Crisis Line at: 530-283-4333 1-877-332-2754 for information & referrals. Text: Here2Help to 72727 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center lib m I~1 m m m m Bill m I I m I I SENIOR Wednesday, Oct. 28 Beef stroganoff, noodles, 1V[ NU coleslaw, beets, whole grain ron, sliced oranges II Monday, Oct. 26 Egg salad sandwich, split | pea soup, leafy green salad, mixed fruit Thursday, Oct. 29 Chicken salad, sliced carrots, bran muffin, mixed | fruit, ice cream Tuesday, Oct. 27 | Sweet and sour chicken, stir fry vegetables, brown rice, | pineapple slices Friday, Oct. 30 Pizza, mixed green salad, steamed swiss chard, mixed fruit | II *Vegetarian Meal; **Healthy Heart Meal ***This item's menu may contain over 1,000 mg of Sodium II |284-6608 (day before for reservation); Portola, 832-4173; Blairsden | open Wed. only, call 832-4173 Tuesday for reservations. Suggested |donation $2.50 for 60 yrs & older. One guest may accompany each | senior, $6 mandatory charge. Menus may change. Noon at all sites. II un lure Quincy: homemade sausages and German-inspired Magic Beanstalk Player dishes. Donations accepted; fundraiser split ~le~ program for K-2 grades, between local C.A.N. food bank and Wycliffe OCt ~-'~focusing on drama skills, Bible translators. "Locally Made" raffle basket. improv, characterization, Raffle tickets: 51 each or 6/55 purchased from monologues and learning a any church member, at church office, or on musical number. Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 night of event. Need not be present to win. Call p.m., at West End Theatre, 14 Crescent St. 283-2546 to RSVP, to purchase raffle tickets or for information. Graeagle: Plumas County Republican ~IIIUIltWomen to meet at OCt 22 Longboards Restaurant in Plumas Pines. Business meeting, 11 a.m.; lunch, noon; followed by speaker Betty Folchi of Jim Beckwourth Museum, 12:45. Carla Embertson of Truckee, CFRW Northern Division president will install 2016 officers, and past presidents honored in recognition of club's 30th anniversary. For lunch reservations, $20, call Marlene Nelson. Public is welcome both for lunch or speaker only. Quincy: Plumas Audubon Society hosting presentation about the general biology and lifecycle of dragonflies and damselflies of Plumas and Sierra counties by Sandra Hunt-yon Arb at Plumas County Library, 7 p.m. Chester: 2nd annual ZOMBIE Run and Sat Monster Mash Dance Party, OCt ~.4 hosted by Almanor Recreation and Park District. Elks Christmas Angels second annual Soup Tasting Supper fundraiser, from 5 - 8 p.m., Lake Almanor Elks Lodge on Main St. Supports Christmas Angels Project. All-you-can-eat, with 15 varieties of soup, fresh baked breads and desserts. Tickets: 515 available at Edward Jones or Rouland Insurance, both located on Main St. Genesee Valley: Enjoy a fall day at Heart KRanch from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., where everyone is invited to bring art supplies or camera to create art. R.S.V.P. by calling Karen or Vanessa at 283-5758, or emaih kkleven@frlt.org, or online at frlt.org. Greenville: Indian Valley Elementary Parents Club hosts annual Halloween Carnival, 4 - 7 p.m., at GHS gym. Carnival games, haunted house, photo station, prizes/candy; cake walk, concession stand and costume contest. Ages 0-13. Volunteers needed, call Anna Lawson, 394-7767. Bake sale items needed; drop off baked goods IVES office Fri., Oct. 23, or gym, Sat. morning, Oct. 24. Lassen Volcanic National Park Field trip to Forest Lake sponsored by Mount Lassen Chapter, California Native Plant Society. Bring lunch, water, insect/sun protection and money for ride-sharing. 1-1/2-mile climb from the Forest Lake-Brokeoff Mountain trail head; 700 ft elevation gain. For information: call 893-5123. Portola: 6th annual Community Safe Trick-or-Treat, 5 - 9 p.m., Grizzly Creek Ranch campus, 5900 Grizzly Rd. Free for all ages. Carnival, hayrides, games, spooky movies and more. For information, call Amanda, 832-1085 or Amanda@ sierranevadajurneys.org. Parking limited, carpooling encouraged. Bring a flashlight. Quincy: Apple JOLT (Juice'em or Lose'em Transition Quincy) will hold 4th annual apple pressing from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. across from Quincy Natural Foods. Bring your apples and containers. Contact Karen, 394-0269. Feather River Grange waffle breakfast from 8 -10 a.m. $6 for adults; half-price for kids under 12. fun, Crescent Mills: 26th annual Dawn Apple Squeeze, at Dawn Apple OCt Orchard, 10101 Hwy. 89, noon - dusk. Bring chairs and potluck item. Apples, music, free. For information, call: 284-1838. Graeagle: High Sierra Animal Rescue holds first "SPAY-ghetti and No Balls" fundraising benefit at Indian Peak Vineyards from 1 to 4 p.m. Late lunch of spaghetti, salad and garlic bread. Proceeds benefit homeless pets. Tickets: 510 in advance, purchased at HSAR, 103 Meadow Ridge Lane, Portola, or $12 at the event. For information, visit highsierraanimarescue.org, call 832-4727 or e-mail events@highsierra animalrescue.org. Quincy: Our Savior Lutheran Church, 298 E. High St., will hold Oktoberfest Potluck, 6 p.m., featuring Greenville: Drive-thru flu vaccination clinic, Indian Valley Medical Clinic, 174 Hot Springs Rd., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., or until vaccine is gone. If weather bad, clinic will move to Greenville Town Hall. Flu forms can be downloaded at plumascounty.us/publichealth/ fluinofrmation. Portola: Drive-thru flu vaccination clinic, 500 First Ave., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., or until vaccine is gone. If weather bad, clinic will move to Portola Memorial Hall. Flu forms can be downloaded at plumascounty. us/publichealth/fluinofrmation. Quincy: Linnea Hanson, nationally recognized botanist, featured guest speaker at meeting of Quincy Native Plant Group, on unique plant life and conservation of fens, a type of wetland. Hanson is retired Plumas National Forest botanist and president of Northern California Botanists. Quincy Library, at 6 p.m. Sierra West End Educational Theatre, a drama-based program for teens, trains peer educators and mentors. Meets 6 - 8 p.m., Tuesdays at the West End Theatre, 14 Crescent Street. Quincy: Magic Beanstalk Player Wed program for K-2 grades, OCt ~'~ focusing on drama skills, improv, characterization, storytelling, monologues and learning a musical number. Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m., at West End Theatre, 14 Crescent St. Chester: Cancelled: Seneca ~IJ@.|uUl Healthcare District is having mille ill OCt 27"2g a Wellness Screening, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Low-cost blood draws; 10-12 hour fasting required, no appointments needed. Osteoporosis screening and mammography appointments will be made. Blairsden: Local historian Bill Coates tlll' presents history of Mafia OCt 2g and organized crime in U.S. at Mohawk Community Resource Center. Free event, though donations welcome to help fund MCRC. No RSVP necessary, light refreshments served, For information, call 836-0446. Chester: Drive-thru flu vaccination clinic, Chester Park-Willow St., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., or until vaccine is gone. If weather bad, clinic will move to Chester Memorial Hall. Flu forms can be downloaded at plumascounty.us/publichealth/fluinofrmation. Lake Almanor: Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce holds annual Costume Party/Mixer, hosted By Mike and Cathy Simmons of Morningstar Log Furniture, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Morningstar Log Furniture, 1431 Highway 36, intersection with Highway 89. Contact Kim James to R.S.V.P. at: kimjames@lakealmanorarea.com. Chester: Fish fry, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Lake ~lrl Almanor Elks Lodge at 164 OCt ~0 Main St., $8 per person. Chester: Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds," Lassen Theatre, 200 Main St. 7 p.m. Mr. Quincy: Drive-thru flu vaccination clinic, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds-Fairgrounds Rd., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., or until vaccine is gone. If weather bad, clinic will move inside building. Flu forms can be downloaded at plumascounty.us/publichealth/ fluinofrmation. Chester: Annual merchants' Safe Trick-or-Treat event on Main Street, beginning at 3 p.m. Graeagle: Downtown Graeagle Trick-or-Treat, 4- 6 p.m. unty Quincy: Huge Halloween Bash, Eastside Public House, 1760 E. Main St., 7 - 11 p.m. Costume contests, prizes, music by DJW, AKA Dave Willis, drink specials, food, 21 and over, cover: 55. For information, call 283-9805. Quincy 'PCO Fall Festival, Quincy Elementary, 2 - 4 p.m. Food, fun and games for entire family. Cake walk, concessions, games, picture booth, costume contest, pumpkin decorating contest. Rockin' Halloween Bash, Mark Castro Band, 9 - 1 p.m. Costume contest, drink specials, cash prizes. 21 and over.,443 Main St. For information, call 283-4094. Westwood: 4th annual Halloween Bash, Iron Horse Saloon, 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. Live music, festive drinks, outside fire, costume contest. 21 and older. 320 Ash St. For information: 256-2621. Chester: Pancake breakfast, 9 a.m. - SliJlt noon, Lake Almanor Elks Lodge at 164 Main St., $8 adults, $5 children 10 and under. Graeagle: Drive-thru flu vaccination : ~l~On clinic, Blairsden-Graeagle ~O~1/~- Rd., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., or until vaccine is gone. If weather bad, clinic will move to Greaeagle Fire Hall. Flu forms can be downloaded at plumascounty.us/publichealth/fluinofrmation. Quincy Elementary School fifth grade class hosts fundraiser at Longboards Bar & Grill at Plumas Pines Golf Resort, 6 - 8 p.m. Chef Sean Conry is preparing chicken and meatball and pasta dinner, salads and dessert; students are given opportunity to learn about food service trade. Tickets: 525 each; proceeds used for next year's watershed field trip. Greenville: Evergreen Market Holiday Tasting and Live Music Event, 4 -8 p.m. Enjoy live music, sample many products, new ideas for the holidays and other yummy treats. Hwy. 89. For information: 284-7313. ' ......... Quincy: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation hosts Big Game Banquet prime rib dinner at fairgrounds at 5 p.m. Door prize: Savage Axis .270 with scope. Proceeds benefit elk, other wildlife and habitat. For information, call Stephanie, 283-0855 or visit: RMEF.org., Feather River Chapter. Wed Nov 11 Lassen Volcanic National Park: Fee-free entrance day, in celebration of Veterans Day. Quincy: Community United ~UI' Methodist Church hosts ~0~/~" annual Fall Dinner: turkey and all the trimmings. 4 - 7 p.m. Methodist Fellowship Hall, Church and Jackson streets - enter from front of church. Take-outs available. Adults: $10; children 12 & under, and students with I.D., $5. Tickets available at Church office or at the door. For information, call 283-1740. t:ti Nov 13 Chester: Taco night, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, 164 Main St., $8 per person. Quincy! Walk-in flu vaccination tlit' clinic, Plumas-Sierra County ~0~/'~g Fairgrounds-Fairgrounds Rd., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., or until vaccine is gone. Tulsa Scott Pavilion. Flu forms can be downloaded at plumascounty.us/ publichealth/fluinofrmation. Quincy: Back by popular demand, lrl West End Theatre presents ~OV 20 John Craigie, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $15, on sale at Carey Candy, West End Theatre Cafe and westendtheatre.us. Chester: Fish fry, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, 164 Main St., $8 per person.