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' Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 5A FRC, from page 1A subjects. FRC will have to choose one of the two programs discussed, and submit a • proposal by Dec. 19. The board will discuss the "* proposal in more detail at : the Dec. 11 board meeting. r f , Climbing wall A climbing wall may be in FRC and Quincy's future. Outdoor recreation leadership program coordinator Rick Stock, along with members of the Plumas County Tourism Council, presented an idea to the board that would promote tourism in the county and bring an annual climbing competition to the college. The tourism council is currently working on creating a tourism improvement district. The district, geographically located within Plumas County lines, would collect an extra TOT tax from visitors to the county that would go directly toward tourism promotion and events. Lisa Kelly, Ceci Reynolds and Tracy Wixted represented the tourism council, and asked for a loan of sorts from the college in the amount of $10,000 to go toward creating the district. "In talking with this group, it has to directly benefit one of our programs," Trutna reminded the board. "The board should ask, 'What role would the college play?'" The tourism council and Stock presented the idea of the climbing competition as a way the college would benefit. The outdoor recreation leadership program will soon move its base of operations into the Boca Tech Building, where the woodshop is currently located. The building will allow enough room to build a 20-foot-high 16-by-40-foot climbing wall. The council would pay FRC back the $10,000 in increments over five years. The annual payment would fund a competition each year, giving students the Feather River College President Kevin Trutna swears in Paul Mayes as the new student trustee at the college's board of trustees meeting Nov. 13. Photo by James Wilson opportunity to meet and climb with professional climbers. Board members expressed their concern whether a climbing competition would be the best use of the reimbursement. Another question, raised by trustee William Elliot, was whether it would be better if the funding came through the FRC Foundation. Trustee Guy McNett made a motion to table the item until next month.No one seconded his motion and the item died. The tourism council vcill present the proposal again at next month's meeting. New trustee The board swore new student trustee Paul Mayes into office at the regular C. IN TH BAleR, v EXPERIENCE! • fresh pastries • breads & bagels • cakes & pies • coffee drinks • lunch specials STII::SS LI::SS-ORDEI NOW BY NOM 22! • Dinner Rolls : • Your Favorite Pies  • Pumpkin Rolls & more! OPEN TUES-SAT 446 Main St., Quincy • TAKE DINNER HOME! 250 Bonta Street, Blairsden 836-4646 THANKSGIVING MENU 2014 Classic Complete Dinner Ready to Heat Roast Turkey with Herb Rub- Sliced Light & Dark Meat Herb Gravy Made with Rich Pan Drippings Fresh Cranberry Sauce, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Traditional Herb Stuffing with Shiitake Mushrooms Baked Sweet Potato Gratin & Green Beans Almondine Pumpkin Pie - Optional 2.50 per person '17.50 per person All items available a la carte WHOLE ROAST TURKEY Stuffed with traditional herb stuffing 11 - 14 lb. bird: s50°°ea 20 - 22 lb. bird: s75 °° ea A LA CARTE Roast Turkey - S l 2.95/lb. • Herb Gravy - s7.95/pint Garlic Mashed Potatoes - s3.00/portion • Cranberry Relish - s6.95/pit $ • Classic Herb Stuffing - 3.00/portion Sweet Potato Gratin - s3.50/portion Green Beans Almondine, s2.50/Portion Butternut Squash Soup - s5.95/pint • Pumpkin Pie- s2.50/slice Please place your order by Tuesday, November 25th Pick-up on Wednesday, November 26th • 2pm - 6pm Whole turkeys available for pick-up Wednesday or Thanksgiving Day • 12:30pm- l :00pm I meeting. Mayes was elected student trustee by the associated student body, running unopposed. Mayes plays for the men's soccer team at the college, and originally came from Tracy. Mayes' focus is behavioral science. Mayes said he saw the student trustee position was vacant over the summer, so when classes began in fall he jumped at the opportunity fill the vacancy. Givi" g back I00TA ; ' k : ,,-. l:  ; Fred Surber receives his $800-plus winnings in Eta Alpha's 2013 50/50 giveaway. This year's Holiday Craft Fair is set for Dec. 6, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in Serpilio Hall at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Guests may purchase 50/50 tickets from any member or at the fair, where the drawing to be held. Entrants need not be present to win. Proceeds from the drawing support scholarships for high school seniors. Photos courtesy Eta Alpha Salvation Army coordinators seek bell ringers The Salvation Army is seeking local folks to ring bells this holiday season. "For a lot of folks the holiday season is a time for family, friends, gift giving and boundless merriment," said Jim Boland, local Salvation Army coordinator. "For another group of less fortunate folks, however, the winter holiday season represents a time of uncertainty, fear and even despair. "Rather than deciding which holiday party to attend or gift to buy for a loved one, the less fortunate far too often wonder instead how they are going to eat, where they are going to sleep or if they can stay warm enough to survive another winter's night." Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 www.richardstockton.us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE That's turkey talk for "Dig in." There's no better time to thank you for your continued business. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there? CALL ME TODAY. AStateFarm TM '0if ee,: 31 m ! ii ii:/i;;; : Boland says this is where the Salvation Army steps in, with support from local residents. The Salvation Army once again will be providing opportunities for local citizens to contribute in one of two ways: The first and most obvious way is to make donations during designated times at the Salvation Army kettle sites in Quincy at the Safeway and post office locations or at the Sav-Mor site in East Quincy. The second way to help is to become a volunteer bell ringer at one of the three kettle sites. The bell ringers typically ring at a kettle site for one hour as part of a scheduled shift. To apply to become a bell ringer contact Jim or Gloria Boland, Salvation Army bell ringer coordinators, at 394-7579. "We welcome folks of good cheer and decent character (no humbugs, please) to consider participating -- it's one of those great opportunities to see old friends and also get into the true spirit of the holiday season," said Boland. Quincy Tow Does AUto Repair Do you see this light? We Can Fix ItZ Complete Auto Repair, Service & Towing QUINCY Tow SERVICE & RePAiR 283-1162 Serving Plumas County for 35+ years N e g or Sport All offers require 24 month commitment and credit € ualificatien, ACT NOW AND ALSO GET: PREMIUM CHANNELS fora months Otfe  to chenge based on premium chennl evailabitity. BUNDLE AND SAVE WITH DISH  + I Ask how you can save $10/mo. WITH DtSHNET HIGH-SPEED INTERNET All offers mqflm 24-.h comm and crdR quJiftdn. Plumas Satellite 1 1 Call Gerald, (530) 863-8929 Serving your local communities since 1989 AUTHORIZED RETA!LER Multi-Sport Pack Offer: Valid for activan and installation of qualifying DISH sermce from 7/17/I 4 through 10/21/14. important Terms and Conditions: Promotional Offers: Require actival of new qualifng DISH service. All prices, fees, chargns, packages, programming, features, functionality and offers subject to change without notice. After 12-manth promotional period, then-curreof everyday monthly price applies and is subject to change. Eli:: if you cancel service during first 24 months, early termination fee of $20 for each month remaining applies. Activation fee may apply. Additional Requirements: Hopper: Monthly fees: Hopper, $12; Jcey, $7; Super Jcey, $10. With Primel]me Anytime record ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC plus two additional channels. Wtih addWon of Super Jcey record a total of four additional channels. Commercial skip feature is available at varyteg Ornes, starting the day after airing, for select pfirnetirne shows on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC recorded with Pdmel]me Any'rime. Recording hours vary; 2000 hours based on SD programming. Equipment comparison based on equipment available from major TV providers as of 6/13/14. Watching live and recorded TV anywhere requires an interset-cennected, Sling- enabled DVR and compatible mobile device. Premium Clannels: Premium offer value is $165; after 3 months, then-current everyday monthly prices apply and are subject to change. Blsukppster @Home requires Irdernet to stream content. HD-only channels not available with select packages. Ins'mflation/Equipmant Requ!rerserds: Free Standard professional Installation only. Leased equipment must be returned to DISH upon cancellaUon or unreturned equipment fees apply. Upfront and eddital monthly fees may apply. Miscellaneous: Offers available for new and qualified former customers, aft(] subject to terms of pppllcebls PrornotJonal and ResiberTUal Ccetorser agreements. Ste reimbursement charges may apply. Additional reslTictions and taxes may apply. Offers end 1/16/15. HBO-E, Qnemax/E and related channels and service marks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc. SH0WTIME Is a registered trademark of Stiowtime Nofworks Inc., a CBS Company. STARZ and related channels and service marks are property of Sthrz Enfedahmerd, LLC. RETAiL_9827 11369 ' Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 5A FRC, from page 1A subjects. FRC will have to choose one of the two programs discussed, and submit a • proposal by Dec. 19. The board will discuss the "* proposal in more detail at : the Dec. 11 board meeting. r f , Climbing wall A climbing wall may be in FRC and Quincy's future. Outdoor recreation leadership program coordinator Rick Stock, along with members of the Plumas County Tourism Council, presented an idea to the board that would promote tourism in the county and bring an annual climbing competition to the college. The tourism council is currently working on creating a tourism improvement district. The district, geographically located within Plumas County lines, would collect an extra TOT tax from visitors to the county that would go directly toward tourism promotion and events. Lisa Kelly, Ceci Reynolds and Tracy Wixted represented the tourism council, and asked for a loan of sorts from the college in the amount of $10,000 to go toward creating the district. "In talking with this group, it has to directly benefit one of our programs," Trutna reminded the board. "The board should ask, 'What role would the college play?'" The tourism council and Stock presented the idea of the climbing competition as a way the college would benefit. The outdoor recreation leadership program will soon move its base of operations into the Boca Tech Building, where the woodshop is currently located. The building will allow enough room to build a 20-foot-high 16-by-40-foot climbing wall. The council would pay FRC back the $10,000 in increments over five years. The annual payment would fund a competition each year, giving students the Feather River College President Kevin Trutna swears in Paul Mayes as the new student trustee at the college's board of trustees meeting Nov. 13. Photo by James Wilson opportunity to meet and climb with professional climbers. Board members expressed their concern whether a climbing competition would be the best use of the reimbursement. Another question, raised by trustee William Elliot, was whether it would be better if the funding came through the FRC Foundation. Trustee Guy McNett made a motion to table the item until next month.No one seconded his motion and the item died. The tourism council vcill present the proposal again at next month's meeting. New trustee The board swore new student trustee Paul Mayes into office at the regular C. IN TH BAleR, v EXPERIENCE! • fresh pastries • breads & bagels • cakes & pies • coffee drinks • lunch specials STII::SS LI::SS-ORDEI NOW BY NOM 22! • Dinner Rolls : • Your Favorite Pies  • Pumpkin Rolls & more! OPEN TUES-SAT 446 Main St., Quincy • TAKE DINNER HOME! 250 Bonta Street, Blairsden 836-4646 THANKSGIVING MENU 2014 Classic Complete Dinner Ready to Heat Roast Turkey with Herb Rub- Sliced Light & Dark Meat Herb Gravy Made with Rich Pan Drippings Fresh Cranberry Sauce, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Traditional Herb Stuffing with Shiitake Mushrooms Baked Sweet Potato Gratin & Green Beans Almondine Pumpkin Pie - Optional 2.50 per person '17.50 per person All items available a la carte WHOLE ROAST TURKEY Stuffed with traditional herb stuffing 11 - 14 lb. bird: s50°°ea 20 - 22 lb. bird: s75 °° ea A LA CARTE Roast Turkey - S l 2.95/lb. • Herb Gravy - s7.95/pint Garlic Mashed Potatoes - s3.00/portion • Cranberry Relish - s6.95/pit $ • Classic Herb Stuffing - 3.00/portion Sweet Potato Gratin - s3.50/portion Green Beans Almondine, s2.50/Portion Butternut Squash Soup - s5.95/pint • Pumpkin Pie- s2.50/slice Please place your order by Tuesday, November 25th Pick-up on Wednesday, November 26th • 2pm - 6pm Whole turkeys available for pick-up Wednesday or Thanksgiving Day • 12:30pm- l :00pm I meeting. Mayes was elected student trustee by the associated student body, running unopposed. Mayes plays for the men's soccer team at the college, and originally came from Tracy. Mayes' focus is behavioral science. Mayes said he saw the student trustee position was vacant over the summer, so when classes began in fall he jumped at the opportunity fill the vacancy. Givi" g back I00TA ; ' k : ,,-. l:  ; Fred Surber receives his $800-plus winnings in Eta Alpha's 2013 50/50 giveaway. This year's Holiday Craft Fair is set for Dec. 6, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in Serpilio Hall at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Guests may purchase 50/50 tickets from any member or at the fair, where the drawing to be held. Entrants need not be present to win. Proceeds from the drawing support scholarships for high school seniors. Photos courtesy Eta Alpha Salvation Army coordinators seek bell ringers The Salvation Army is seeking local folks to ring bells this holiday season. "For a lot of folks the holiday season is a time for family, friends, gift giving and boundless merriment," said Jim Boland, local Salvation Army coordinator. "For another group of less fortunate folks, however, the winter holiday season represents a time of uncertainty, fear and even despair. "Rather than deciding which holiday party to attend or gift to buy for a loved one, the less fortunate far too often wonder instead how they are going to eat, where they are going to sleep or if they can stay warm enough to survive another winter's night." Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 Fax (530) 283-5143 www.richardstockton.us WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE That's turkey talk for "Dig in." There's no better time to thank you for your continued business. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there? CALL ME TODAY. AStateFarm TM '0if ee,: 31 m ! ii ii:/i;;; : Boland says this is where the Salvation Army steps in, with support from local residents. The Salvation Army once again will be providing opportunities for local citizens to contribute in one of two ways: The first and most obvious way is to make donations during designated times at the Salvation Army kettle sites in Quincy at the Safeway and post office locations or at the Sav-Mor site in East Quincy. The second way to help is to become a volunteer bell ringer at one of the three kettle sites. The bell ringers typically ring at a kettle site for one hour as part of a scheduled shift. To apply to become a bell ringer contact Jim or Gloria Boland, Salvation Army bell ringer coordinators, at 394-7579. "We welcome folks of good cheer and decent character (no humbugs, please) to consider participating -- it's one of those great opportunities to see old friends and also get into the true spirit of the holiday season," said Boland. Quincy Tow Does AUto Repair Do you see this light? We Can Fix ItZ Complete Auto Repair, Service & Towing QUINCY Tow SERVICE & RePAiR 283-1162 Serving Plumas County for 35+ years N e g or Sport All offers require 24 month commitment and credit € ualificatien, ACT NOW AND ALSO GET: PREMIUM CHANNELS fora months Otfe  to chenge based on premium chennl evailabitity. BUNDLE AND SAVE WITH DISH  + I Ask how you can save $10/mo. WITH DtSHNET HIGH-SPEED INTERNET All offers mqflm 24-.h comm and crdR quJiftdn. Plumas Satellite 1 1 Call Gerald, (530) 863-8929 Serving your local communities since 1989 AUTHORIZED RETA!LER Multi-Sport Pack Offer: Valid for activan and installation of qualifying DISH sermce from 7/17/I 4 through 10/21/14. important Terms and Conditions: Promotional Offers: Require actival of new qualifng DISH service. All prices, fees, chargns, packages, programming, features, functionality and offers subject to change without notice. After 12-manth promotional period, then-curreof everyday monthly price applies and is subject to change. Eli:: if you cancel service during first 24 months, early termination fee of $20 for each month remaining applies. Activation fee may apply. Additional Requirements: Hopper: Monthly fees: Hopper, $12; Jcey, $7; Super Jcey, $10. With Primel]me Anytime record ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC plus two additional channels. Wtih addWon of Super Jcey record a total of four additional channels. Commercial skip feature is available at varyteg Ornes, starting the day after airing, for select pfirnetirne shows on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC recorded with Pdmel]me Any'rime. Recording hours vary; 2000 hours based on SD programming. Equipment comparison based on equipment available from major TV providers as of 6/13/14. Watching live and recorded TV anywhere requires an interset-cennected, Sling- enabled DVR and compatible mobile device. Premium Clannels: Premium offer value is $165; after 3 months, then-current everyday monthly prices apply and are subject to change. Blsukppster @Home requires Irdernet to stream content. HD-only channels not available with select packages. Ins'mflation/Equipmant Requ!rerserds: Free Standard professional Installation only. Leased equipment must be returned to DISH upon cancellaUon or unreturned equipment fees apply. Upfront and eddital monthly fees may apply. Miscellaneous: Offers available for new and qualified former customers, aft(] subject to terms of pppllcebls PrornotJonal and ResiberTUal Ccetorser agreements. Ste reimbursement charges may apply. Additional reslTictions and taxes may apply. Offers end 1/16/15. HBO-E, Qnemax/E and related channels and service marks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc. SH0WTIME Is a registered trademark of Stiowtime Nofworks Inc., a CBS Company. STARZ and related channels and service marks are property of Sthrz Enfedahmerd, LLC. 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