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Bulletin A team from the Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club from Taylorsville Katie Reid and Penny Lambach. , ;f the first time the four-member Indian Valley Riding entered the gUard ceremonies at the and Livestock Expo tion at the Cow Palace. and Roping Club team, Grand National r Rodeo; 1 b Keller community commission has a loan for nearly units to senior housing ) Chester. lent from the loan fund, at 1 percent 1 interest in six months. The purpose of the loan is to assist the senior complex in putting together designs for the project. The money was approved during the commission's Nov. 20 meeting in Quincy. Construction for $4 million will be funded though a loan from Rural Development, a federal agency. The complex, which is owned by the nonprofit orga- nization Almanor Residential Inc., wants to add 15 apar.t- ments for senior citizens and an additional 15 apartments for frail elderly residents who need daily assistance. Wildwood already features 15 apartments for low- and moderate-income seniors. It was built in 1990 for $855,000 with a loan from Rural Development. The new construction will be built on land leased from Collins Pine. of Women Vot- County has an- schedule for for the up- The primary be held on League forums on Wednesdays, Jan. 23 in Quin- ks set for Jan. 30; on Feb. 6; and Feb. 13. A forum Lake Al- being )lanned ub have election to sher- attorney, county county and District 5 year, the lo- Women Voters adults in who would the presenta- Question time keepers high school and are encour- Scroggs or Lee Anne at 284-6196. HearthStone Wild Turkey Promoting its Care" pro- they asked Pters donate to fam- a, the Y Strutters, by providing to holiday. North ~n ~n~ Frank Skrah, Retired LAPD Supervisor of DetectNes (25 years) "INQUIRE Criminal Defense Bankruptcy Workers CotnpensatK>n C, dminal Htstory Accidecd Investigation Personal lnlury P~o and V~leo Survmllance EKe=mess & Credit Bus~ess HiStory Inte~ews & Statements Bac~gtour~ls Process Serving Asse~ & Properly Searches ONorce & Chdd Custody Pre.emptoyment Devogalcxy Pubtsc Filings Bustness Licenses Checv, ed Expea W~ess ~.~ Pre-Sentencmg Reports e~k~c~r~-I manecs) INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" CaJifomia State license p.1.14614 252-1562 Susanville Lake AI~ Everyone is talking about the selection of Christmas gifts and decorations at Open 7 days 10-6 284-6016 ' "" " Hwy 89 Crescent Mills \ Y ,( Photos submitted Included fami $andberg, Professional Pet Grooming Vickie Cutler 284-1454 Leaking shower valves may appear to leak only when turned on. However, it may be leaking, behind ihe wall, causing costly dam- age. l)on't let the little leaks go A large problem always starts with a trickle. Broteqbl to )'ott by: Plumbing/Heati~g/Sh~t Me~t Co. Inc. 283-1605 Lo:)k for a neu, notice next u~eekt PSI 2001 in Plumas, and Sierra Complete Installation j rul: ~~~1 ,.GI Y L o R. I 4291 Nelson St. Taylorsville I Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2001 3A 1 For over 30 years, the Cali- held at the Quincy fair- fornia State Horseman's asso- grounds arena, traveling ciation has sponsored the around the neighborhood opening night ceremonies at near the fairgrounds, the Sil- the Grand National Rodeo, ver Buckle arena in Tay- Horse Show, and Livestock lorsville, and the Reid Ranch Exposition held at the Cow in Quincy. Palace in San Francisco. They held a breakfast sale This year, the four-member and a garage sale, and they team from the Indian Valley collected cans. They even set Riding and Roping Club in up a nighttime practice, with Taylorsville participated, headlights, horns honking, wearing the club colors of applause and almost total purple and gold. darkness. With the club mem- Tami Sandberg rode Joe bers helping out, they tried to and carried the American allow for almost anything flag. Chris Meigs rode that could come their way at Toh-Pah and carried the Cali- the Cow Palace. fornia state flag. Katie Reid The Indian Valley team rode Smoke and carried the placed fourth in their dirt- Indian Valley Club flag, and sion and received a special Penny Lambach rode Riley award for traveling the far- and carried the Reid Horse thest. and Cattle Co. sponsor flag. As first-timers to this The opening night partici-, event, they were quite excit- patton consists of up to 50 ed. The competition was ex- mounted teams of four, each tremely tough, and they carrying a flag. Each team is made a great showing with prejudged on their tack, in- their ranch horses, compet- cluding: matched or not; ingagainst teams which have cleanliness and appearance; shown as many as six times matching outfits; how well in the grand entry. your mounts (horses) match; With the help of their condition of flags; and flag ground crew, Jeff and Rosan- protocol, na Davis, of Cottonwood; Pat- They are then judged in ti Hughes-Fudge, of Butterfly line, and in line of march, Valley; and John Carnahan, with a flag salute and two of Taylorsville; and the use of turns, all while moving for- Reid Horse and Cattle Com- ward. All who place are pre- pany's stock trailer and pick- sented before the grand en- up, this team made the trip of try. a lifetime. Future dreams in- The Indian Valley team put clude participation in the in a lot of hard work and Rose BowlParade. practice to get to the Cow If you are interested in at- Palace. They attended local tending this event or compet- parades this season, with ing, contact Kim Cipro, open- many first place awards, and ing night chairman. Her a second place at the Reno e-mail is: . The practice sessions were b 'l'aank you (muchas racias} to each and every one that a've their time, money, ener tY and immense support j%r my t atherint on :riday, N ov. 16, 2001. ritflout people like you surrounding} me, there is no way q could have maintained my positi ,e and happy spirit durin l this hump in my road o[ [iJre. Ybu have ti en my a lifetime memory o[.[riend ip and happiness. 9,kuchas Gradas. Country Burger - l~ Deep Fried Chicken II Breaded Sandwich on a sour dough roll with mayo, lettuce & tomato. Your choice of soup or small fries & medium drink. - --- eLmdan & Main, Quincy OPEN YOUR EYES We are ready to help you see the world. If you have a question about your vision or your. eyes, please call our office. We are here to help you see. Please see Drs. 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