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lOB Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter , Our Friends of Plumas County Animals rescue site has gone through some weatherization changes the past few weeks. We received a donation for some capital improvements and decided to snug up the building with new windows. We changed out five of the old single-pane windows, two of which couldn't be opened, and replaced them with all double-pane glass. The difference is already ANIMAL TALES FRIENDS OF PLUMAS COUNTY ANIMALS noticeable and our hope is that the site will be more comfortable for the volunteers, as well as the animals who are housed there. Another big help will be a decrease in our heating and cooling costs. There will be no more need to run the air conditioner all night in the summer as we can just leave a few windows open a bit to allow fresh air in the building. Many thanks to Harbor Management for the donation and to Plumas Glass for the swift and professional installation. We are still planning on building an outdoor cat enclosure, but need to wait until our money coffers are replenished to start that project. Hopefully we can start soon and have the project finished in time for spring. We also will be finishing the dog yards and will be open to the boarding of a small number of dogs in December. We have two kennels with doggie doors that open to individual Graeagle: Wino Wednesday, Longboards Bar & Grill. Featuring chardonnay, pinot noir. Casual evening with wine flights, small plates. $45 per person; very limited seating. For reservations: 836-1111. Greenville: Holiday Tasting, 5 - 8 p.m., Evergreen Market. Samples, holiday ideas, live music by Joe Tomaselli and Last Man Standing, special wine tasting to benefit Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce. Open to everyone. Quincy: Public trails meeting, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., Plumas County Library at 445 Jackson St. Public input sought on proposed Bucks Lake Trail System. Review document online at http:llbit.lyll ASUb8M. Meadow Valley: "Putting Your Garden to Bed," 2 - 4 p.m. Free workshop offered rain or shine through Plumas-Sierra Master Gardeners. For directions, more information: Paul Mrowczynski, 283-2099; Michelle Beaman, 283-3103. Mount Hough: Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship workday, meet 9 a.m. at Four Corners. Presented in partnership with Plumas National Forest Mt. Hough Ranger District. Volunteers receive free admission to Nov. 20 movie showing. Quincy: Plumas County Child Development Mini-Conference, 9 a.m,- 12:15 p.m., Pioneer School. Free training designed for service providers, parents working with young children. Free lunch. Offered by Plumas Early Education & Child Care Council, Plumas Children's Council, First Five, Plumas Rural Services, Feather River College early childhood education, Plumas Unified School District Special Education Local Plan Area. To register (required): Pare Becwar, 283-6500, ext. 5234, Livingston answers questions about recent focus groups, public meetings on county mental health services. For information: Kathy Price, 283-1195. Blairsden: Community Blood Drive, 1 - 5:30 p.m., Mohawk Community Resource Center at corner of highways 89 and 70 near the Corner Barn. Offered in partnership with United Blood Services. For appointments: 836-0446; Quincy: Book in Common event, 12:15 - 1 p.m., the Gallery at Feather River College. Tom Heaney presents history of Nazi Germany in 1930s - 1940s, as portrayed in setting for "The Book Thief." Free; open to all. Thu NOV.13 , : . r " :'r , t Quincy: Community United Methodist Church Annual Fall Dinner, 4 - 7 p.m., Methodist Fellowship Hall at Church and Jackson streets (enter from front of church). $10 adults; $5 children 12 and under, students with ID. Turkey dinner with all the fixings; take-out available. Tickets available at church office, the door. For information: 283-1740. Birds of Australia, 7 p.m., Plumas County Library at 445 Jackson St. Free presentation by Kyle Merriam hosted by Plumas Audubon. For information: Chester: Taco night, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Lake Almanor Elks Lodge at 164 Main St. $8 per person. Graeagle: Fundraiser, Longboards Bar & Grill at 402 Poplar Valley Road. Proceeds support Loyalton family whose house burned down. For information, to donate: Greenville: Survey presentation, 3:15 p.m., Greenville Junior-Senior High School Room 220. Bruce Mulligan discusses results of "healthy kids survey." Open to all. Greenville: Christmas Bazaar, Indian Valley Community Center. Vendors presented by Roundhouse Council as fundraiser for kids' field trips, inside booths $30, outside booths $20. For information: Mary Ellen Joseph, 284-6866. Downtown Art and Craft Show, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Veterans Hall on Lawrence St. Proceeds from booth fees, prize giveaway go to Meadow Valley Fire Department. For information: Melissa Hays, 283-3612. "Trail Stewards of the Lost Sierra" screening, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Local documentary focuses on Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. Seating limited. Tickets free for volunteers working with SBTS on Nov. 15 Mount Hough Trail Day; $5 for others. Inaugural Holiday Bike Drive, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Bike Barn in Feather River College outdoor recreation leadership building on south side of Golden Eagle Avenue adjacent to basketball and tennis courts. Bike-Able Quincy, workgroup of 20,000 Lives, accepts donations of used, broken bikes for repair and distribution to those in need. Bike locks, racks, trailers also welcome. For pickup assistance: 283-6337; 707-502-9785 day of event. Book signing, 1 - 3 p.m., Epilog Books at 373 W. Main St. Cynthia Lusk signs "Always Remember Me." For information: 283-2665. Tamale fundraiser, pick up 2 - 5 p.m. Chicken, pork, vegetarian tamales $20 per dozen, supports Albert Soarses' medical costs. To order: Connie Garfish, 283-4361. Cribbage tournament, 6:30 p.m., Plumas Arts Gallery. $30 per person, limited to first 30 players. Beer, wine, nonalcoholic beverages for sale; refreshments. All proceeds go to Town Hall Theatre. For information, to sign up: Plumas Arts, 283-3402. Weci Blairsden: Speakers Bureau, Mohawk Community Resource Center at corner of highways 89 and 70. "The Battle of Gettysburg," featuring two local historians, includes artifact display starting 5 P.m., presentation at 6. Free, light refreshments served. For information: MCRC, 836-0446. Graeagle: Wino Wednesday, Longboards Bar & Grill. Featuring "think outside the box: wines you may not know." Casual evening with wine flights, small plates. $45 per person; very limited seating. For reservations: 836-1111. Quincy: League of Women Voters Of Plumas County meeting, 6 p.m., Plumas County Library. Guest speaker Director of Mental Health Peter Chester: Sierra Hospice Memorial Tree Lighting, 6 p.m., 372 Main St. next to Dollar General. Ornaments in memory of loved ones available until Nov. 19 at Plumas Bank, 255 Main St. Outdoor ceremony features music, Lake Almanor Handbells, reading of the names, candle lighting, refreshments. Lake Almanor: Third annual Changing Seasons Craft Fair, Lake Almanor Community Church at 2610 Highway A13. Handmade crafts only. For information: Suzie, 596-4143; Denise, 256-3401. Taylorsville: Fundraising dinner and concert, dinner starts 6 p.m., Taylorsville Grange Hall. Music by Eric and Keeley and Friends; the LoLos. Proceeds go toward equipment purchase for new nonprofit Indian Valley community radio station. Tickets available at Evergreen Market. Quincy: Women of Worship presentation, 10 - 11:30 a.m., First Baptist Church at 74 Reese St. Victoria Shea, Ph.D., speaks on supporting those dealing with loss. Includes refreshments. For information: 283-9943. Graeagle: Wino Wednesday, Longboards Bar & Grill. Featuring Sean's favorites. Casual evening with wine flights, small plates. $45 per person; very limited seating. For reservations: 836-1111. /U/i /iUB outdoor yards and we will beand rehome the animals if welcoming our canine not for the support of boarders in time for animal-loving people like Christmas. Two dogs who Mavis. Many thanks to live peaceably together can everyone who supports be housed in one kennel area Friends and the work we do! for a discounted price:Book We have some wonderful early! adult cats that need a home Friends will have booths at for the holidays. Please look the craft fairs at the Vets Hall at our Facebook page to see in Quincy on Nov. 15 and also our wonderful animals at the fairgrounds Dec. 6. We (left-hand column) or have drawing tickets for two Adopt-A-Pet to see who might prizes: two amazing lap fit into your home. Most of ' quilts handcrafted by the adults are young -- 2 to 3 Carolyn Kenney and another years old -- some have spent prize of a $75 gift certificate, time raising litters of kittens at any Plumas County and all are healthy, gorgeous restaurant of your choice, and socialized. We have The tickets are $1 each or six tabbies, Siamese, black, for $5. Maine coon, Norwegian We will also have cat cross, three-legged, fat, thin, hammocks with stands energetic and lap cats. We've available for donation at the got them allI Please open fairs. Our cats and kittens your hearts and your homes love their hammocks and it is and help Allie, Lion-boy, heartwarming to see them all Shelby, Pepe, Gaia, Celeste, snuggled down and sleeping Samantha and Babe find real comfortably. Now your cat at homes. They do deserve the home can enjoy his or her attention and love of a own bed too! The beds will be family. Come by and visit cozy, portable and fun and and see who tugs at your have been built by our heart the most. volunteers as a fundraising Friends of Plumas County effort for our nonprofit. Animals is a 501(c)(3) Friends sends heartfelt nonprofit corporation and all thanks to everyone involved donations are tax-deductible. in the Fractured Fashionistas No one in Friends gets a show held in October. Not salary and no money is spent only was the evening on administrative fees. hilarious, but thanks to the Friends is not a county generosity of designer Mavis entity. Donations can be sent Somers, Friends benefited to Friends, P.O. Box 182, greatly from the sale of her Quincy, CA 95971 or brought designs and a third of the to the site at 2163 E. Main St. "take" at the door. We really Thank you for your could not exist and care for continued support. lAn Cooper, a chocolate lab/dachshund mix, may appear short in stature; however, his solid body and attitude make up for whatever he is lacking in height. Photo by Brianna Buslach Local author to sign books Epilog Books will host author Cynthia Lusk as she signs copies of her new book, '!Always Remember Me," on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 1 to 3 p.m. In the book, Cynthia tells the story of losing her son Jedidiah to cancer. Epilog Books is location at 373 W. Main St. in Quincy. For more information call 283-2665 or visit 283book. com. F m m m i i m SENIOR. MENU Monday, Nov. 17 | Cheese lasagne, spinach salad, mixed fruit, french | roll | Tuesday, Nov. 18 Chicken creole, broccoli, | brown rice, apricots iBm ~ i im Wednesday, Nov. 19 *** Ravioli in a meat sauce, swiss chard, french roll, peaches Thursday, Nov. 20 ** Lemon baked fish, | carrots and potatoes, -' roll, mixed berries | Friday, Nov. 21 Tamale pie, salad, cantaloupe, custard | *Veqetarian Meal' **Healthy Heart Meal This item s menu may contain over 1,000 mg of Sodium Nutrition sites: Chester, 394-7636; Quincy, 283-0643; Greenville, | 284-6608 (day before for reservation); Porto]a, 832-4173; BtairsdenI1" 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.-. a- ,m i i i i == i i -- i --- i Support your local merchants...they support you! i