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6A Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 Feather River Bulletin nvil e parade Quincy Elks members marching in honor of all action include Army veteran Kevin Correira, Williams~ Photo by Maryann DeMontigny vets Emily Webb of Emily's Garden invites community members and merchants to a gathering to decorate Main Street for the holidays. The get-together is set for Sunday, Nov. 21, at 11 a.m. at the Vets Hall. "It's our community that makes this little town so who served as well as for prisoners of war and those who are still missing in AI Smith. Army veteran Bill Witcher. Doug Ely and Air Force veteran Troy you can find. My favorite measurements of where you greens are equal parts of want to put your greens so cedar, Douglas fir and red or that Webb can cut the lath to white fir (though any will fit. Yep, she's bringing her do). The sugar pinecones are little chop saw. the biggest and make nice She wants participants to swags, but there are so many, know that a wreath takes from the tiny lodgepole cones quite a bit more effort. Those to the big Jeffery pinecones, who would like to make a it's really up to you." wreath should let her know Webb asks that partici- beforehand so she can try pants bring: a garbage bag of and get some wreath forms at greens (this should do a wholesale cost. window sill or two and a To add a festive touch, doorway; pinecones; clippers; Webb asks folks to bring a and a staple gun. A small little food and drink: hot pair of wire cutters would chocolate, eggnog, muffins or be great, too. Webb will bring whatever sounds yummy. all of the lath, florifft wire, R.S.V.P. to Emily Webb peel-and-stick Velcro, finish- at Emily's Garden, 284-0840 ing nails and ribbon, or To make things easier, take quincy. great. People helping people, artist inspiring artist, friends making friends," said Webb. "So come one, come all for a morning of 'Working with Greens,' a community workshop to decorate our Main Street for the holiday season." Folks will make garlands for windowsills and door- ways, swags for lampposts, a few wreaths for doors, red velvet bows and some holiday cheer. "The beautiful forest that surrounds us will give us our bounty," said Webb. "So on your next walk in the woods or hike up the mountain, grab a big garbage bag and some clippers and see what THIN FIRST Invest in PLUMAS COUNTY At approximately 3:50 p.m.service through Sunday Saturday, Nov. 6, Plumas- evening. Sierra Rural Electric Cooper- "This could have been a ative (PSREC) experienced a 24-hour system-wide outage, system-wide electrical outage if not for these backup power due to a Pacific Gas and supply options," said PSREC Electric (PG&E) transmission General Manager Bob service failure. Marshall. According to PG&E, the At approximately 5 p.m. outage was caused 'by a Sunday, Nov. 7, in order to serious accident in which a switch back to its primary crane came in contact with transmission feed, PSREC high-voltage transmission experienced another system- lines. With limited capacity, wide outage. Service to the PG&E was able to continue southern end of the system providing power to its cus- was restored to normal status tomers in the Quincy area, at approximately 5:15 p,m., but were unable to provide and the entire system was service to PSREC's load. restored to normal status at This outage was not related approximately 5:30 p.m. to the recent interconnection PSREC acknowledged its of PSREC's new Quincy members for conserving Substation. energy while on the backup Electrical service to the power supply. Due to the southern end of PSREC's loss of the localgeneration system, from Beckwourth to resource at Sierra Pacific Quincy, was restored at Industry's Loyalton Cogener- approximately 7 p.m. At ap- ation Plant, PSREC's backup proximately 9:20 p.m., service power supply options are to all of PSREC's customers limited. If electricity load was restored, becomes too great while on PSREC utilized its backup the backup power supply, power supply from NV it could cause extended Energy along with its High outages. Conserving energy Sierra Cogeneration Power enables PSREC to provide Plant to restore and maintain service to all members. Yoga. and Nia on tap tion before Dec. 5 is $50; $60 at the door. More details at Contact: Therese James of Lotus Mountain Yoga at 836-1932 or lotusmountain Meditation and Yoga , "Nia Playshop: The 5 Retreat, St nday, Dec. 5, Sensations," Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., White- Dec. 11, 9 - 10:30 a.m., hawk Ranch Community Quincy Yoga & Wellness Center in Clio Center, 1690 East Main St. Noted yogini Patricia Sulli- Increase your ability to van and Zen meditation sense, adtivate and play with teacher Tore Jensen will guide the five sensations of func- students through yoga poses, tional fitness: strength, flexi- breathwork and meditation, bility, mobility, agility and The retreat also includes a stability. Energize body, dharma talk, Yoga Nidra mind, emotions and spirit. session and open discussion. Beginners welcome! Cost: $15 The first half of the retreat in advance or $20 at the door; will be silent. Pre-registra- or Wellness Card punch + $5. ,Winter Line Dancing Classes are back! 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