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Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2001 9A ith Christmas just the corner, Portola ;le are busy for their annual festivals and tree ceremonies, which for Saturday, Holiday Fes- begin at 1 p.m. and until 7 p.m. merchants will doors, offering re- a chance to meet old and new and to children and alike can take an old- horse-drawn wag- the streets of Singing as they go. be a holiday fes- the appearance Claus and Graeagle out the red carpet Jolly old elf, who will br Pictures from 3-5 all his friends, both not-so-young. the community is to stroll over to the music and caroling the tree lighting, Will take place at 6 more information Graeagle Holiday , Call 836-4351. merchants are also for Portola's in the Park," ill begin at 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. on Will be arriving at 3 children can have taken with the elf from 3-5 p.m. LAKE ROAD CY, CA 95971 HEALTH All those who can are urged to bring a new gift for Project Santa; a bin will be placed at Santa's photo shop to receive all donated Christ- mas gifts~ At 3:30 p.m., children can line up for their chance to break open the Christmas pifiata, filled with candy. From 3-4:30 p.m., nonprofit organizations will be demon- strating their tree decorating skills in hopes of taking home flu'st prize. And, at 4:30 p.m., the beau- tifully decorated trees will be sold to the highest bidder, with the proceeds going to the nonprofit organizations which decorated them. The tree lighting will take place right after the auction, with the city's Christmas tree and the lights on the Gulling Street bridge lighted at the same time. The evening will wind down with caroling around the bonfire, before heading off to the Portola Railroad Museum. With lights all aglow and whistle blowing, the Santa Train will pull into the muse- um station at 6 p.m. Satur- day, Dec. 1, and again Satur- day, Dec. 8. This is the 10th year the museum has sponsored the Santa Train, which attracts local children and their fami- lies as well as many who travel from other parts of Plumas County and RenD for the special occasion. No tickets are required to ride and there is no charge for passengers. The short train ride loops up the town Photo by Dave Keller The Quincy Uons Club, with assistance from the Quincy Volunteer Fire Department, prepared the town's busi- ness district for the holidays by stringing lights on buildings along Main Street. The project is directed by busi- nessman Dr. Stephen Grosse. about one mile along the mu- seum, track and then returns to the station. Santa will be aboard with a good supply of candy and, in- side the museum, guests can enjoy hot chocolate, cider, cookies and other snacks. Each year, members of the Feather River Rail Society, who operate the museum, volunteer their time to string the lights, bake the goodies, and make sure Santa is on time for the Santa Train. The volunteers say it's a way for them to express their appreciation to the many peo- ple who have helped make the museum a success. FRI. & SAT.. NOV. 30TM & DEC. 1". 11 AM-5 PM Tottrs Tastitu) TRY OUR HOT MULLED MEAIT Mea HISTORIC DOWNTOWN WESTWOOD Peggy Fdd4w Rum imndet (530) 283-2121 SERVICE SCHEDULE DECEMBER 2001 HOSPITAL CLINIC 283-1506 CA95971 283-3392 DENTALCLINIC 283-3915 A Quincy, C, , 95971 CA 95971 , Family Medicine and Obstetrics M.D., Family Medicine and Obstetrics M.D., Family Medicine CA 95971 M.D. General Surgery o.o+ ,100 Top Hospitals in U.S. Benchmarks .for Success GYNECOLOGY AND GYNECOLOGIC UROLOGY Fridays I ~a~_lly- Quincy Family Medicine Clinic Dec. 14 Norman C. Nasise, M.D. 2526 St. Mary Columbia Drive, Red Bluff, Ca 96080 For appointment call: 530-529-0991 MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY Locally: Plumas District Hospital Clinic Dianhe Gruner, MA, RD 1060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 95971 For appointment call: 283-1506 OPHTHALMOLOGY 1st Tuesday [ _~-'~_!ly: 68 Central Avenue, Quincy Dec. 4 Thomas IL ConkUn, M.D. 350 West 6th St., Reno, NV 89503 For appointment call: 283-2206 or 1-775-329-2020 ORTHOPEDICS I st and 3rd Wednesdays I_~$!y:. Quincy Family Medicine Clinic Dec. 5 & 19. John V. Foley, M.D. 10051 Lake Avenue, Suite 3, Truckee, CA 96160 For appointment call: 587-7461 PLASTIC SURGERY Schedule Varies [vea!ly: Pluma.~ District Hospital Clinic Dec. 4 & 5 Edmond A. Zingaro, M.D. (415) 929-4630 909 Hyde St.,Suite 615, San Francisco, CA 94109 For Appointment Call: 283-1506 PODIATRY 1st & 3rd Fndays Locally: Plumas District Hospital Clinic Dec 7 & 21 Kennon J. Martin, D.EM. 6585 Clark Road, Suite 120, Paradise, CA 95969 For appointment call: 283-3904 Quincy, CA 95971 atyre, M.D., Family Med. & Obstetrics M.D. Internal Medicine & Family Practice Dec I, $, 15, 22 &29 ask for ITNEY, M.D., Family Practice 283-1710 CA 95971 every Wednesday Ir~ dtal Clinic Nov. 5, 12, & 19 PULMONOLOGY 1st Thursday i" st 500 Fire Port(da CA %122 Locally" Quincy Family Medicine Clinic Dec. 6 call: 836-1122 ' RonaldS. Batin, M.D. Ill J'~tl/~Cll 6009 Pentz Road, Bldg. 8 Paradise, CA 95969 Ill "~IL~. b.i~lk'q~ OCARDIoGRAPHY For appointment call: 530 872-3175 III Schedule Varies III alt Di " " "=='" '' .oos==,o,= : 283-2121, ask for RadiologyLocally. Plum osP , For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Rad,ology III : 4 III 5 ~,A~'mI~RL'.~fily Med~ne Clinic De:. 6 & I I ,,uOLOGY 2nd & 4th Wednesdays III L-a.{~~.D. I~lv" Ouine~ Fatuity Medicine Clinic Dec. 12 & 26 III ;~,,~w, EJ~ii~'i~t:,~ M.D. Jack i;. 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