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2A Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014 Feather River Bulletin ua les Temblor near East Quincy felt from 0roville to Susanville Dan McDonald Oroville to Susanville, and There were no reports of Managing Editor Greenville to Portola. damage in the region. And dmcdonald@plumasnews.com The U.S. Geological Surveythere were no reported received 43 calls from people aftershocks. A magnitude-3.5 in 12 different ZIP codes who ,It was felt over a very earthquake caught the reported feeling the quake, wide area," said geologist attention of Plumas County Many people, including Charles Watson, of Advanced residents and people all over Feather Publishing readersGeologic Exploration in the region Friday morning, who posted on the Chester. Watson contributes The temblor, which struck newspaper's website, the weekly earthquake report at 7:49 a.m was centered 11 described the quake as a for Feather Publishing. miles east-northeast of sharp jolt followed by minor Watson said the Quincy and was felt from rumbling, earthquake epicenter was 9 t Bibles t Devotionals + Reference Materials t Video Section gesus loves you! Calvary Chapel a9sa E. M an st Q=n 530-283-4463 (Next to Sav-Mor) From Our Family to Yours We'll Be Closed: Thursday & Friday Nov 27th & 28th Open: Small Business Saturday Nov 29th 9-4pm Thank You For Your (530) 283-0924 1947 Lee Road miles belowthe surface of Grizzly Ridge between East Quincy and Genesee. It happened along the Mohawk Valley fault zone. Other than a 3.9 quake at Lassen Peak on Nov. 11, Watson Said last week's temblor was the largest in several months. "It has been a quiet year for magnitude 3's," he said. He said the earthquake was not related to a recent swarm of small quakes around Lassen Peak or a swarm in Nevada's northern Washoe County. Floats needed for parade The Quincy Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking more entrants in the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Light Parade, to take place during the Quincy Sparkle on Dec. 5. The annual light parade, a highlight of the night for manY a!lows entrants to deck their trucks with decorative light displays. For more information contact the Quincy chamber at 283-0188. , Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnews.com P]Lumas County leaders spent last week at the "happiest place on earth" as they attended the annual California State Association of Counties meeting at the Disneyland Hotel from Nov. 18 to 21. The 120th annual convention drew three of the five supervisors, the supervisor-elect, the clerk to the board and the public works director. The county's newest supervisor, Jeff Engel, joined 39 other freshman supervisors and participated in a training institute offered Nov. 17 - 18. County leaders attended meetings with their peers and could participate in a variety of seminars -- from dealing with disasters to implementing the Affordable Care Act. Kevin Goss, who will be the board chairman next year, iF James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plumasnews.com The Plumas-Sierra County Fair board met for its first regular meeting in six months Nov. 19. Fair manager John Steffanic updated the board on all the goings-on at the fairgrounds and the board began laying out details for next year's fair. An item of interest discussed by the board was the theme for the 2015 fair. Steffanic presented the idea of ba ing the theme around fresh food produced locally. "'The farm-to-fork movement has really taken ' off in recent years," said Steffanic. "I wonder if we could incorporate that into the fair's theme." Steffanic threw out ideas to the board, including hosting the Quincy Certified Farmer's Market at the TIRED OF COOKING ~ SHOPPING? I'll come to YOUR Kitchen! New morn, ailing parents, senior, citizen? I'll stock your kitchen with 9roceries, prepare your choice of menus & leave your kitchen spotless Lorl Power 530-258-9156 said that perhaps the most valuable part of the convention is the relationships that are forged: with other supervisors. "There!s a lot of networking and it helps down the road," Goss said. "We gain help from the other supervisors and the savings and knowledge is unparalleled." Supervisors from larger counties have staffpeople to" help research issues and advance legislation. They can provide a valuable resource, for supervisors from smaller counties. "It's definitely worth the effort to come down," Goss said. The supervisors held just one public meeting in November. The Veterans Day holiday, the statewide convention and Thanksgiving prevented the supervisors from holding additional meetings. 'lahoy are scheduled to meet Dec. 2, 9 and 16 before the end of the year. fairgrounds during the fair. Another idea was to ask the Digging In program to plant vegetables so children during the fair can pick them straight from the ground to enjoy. Ideas for theme names included "Farm to Fair," "Farm to Fare" and "Farm Fresh Fair." The board members said they would mull over the options and discuss them further at the next board meeting. Sweetheart of the Motmtains : The resurrected ' : Sweetheart of the Mot atains pageant will have a new home this year the County Picnic. The pageant originally took place at the County Picnic, but when it was started again last year, it was moved to the fair. Steffanic reported that along with the date change, a few rules will be update ." Girls interested in entering the pageant will need to turn in an application by Jan. 30. 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