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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2001 21st annual Quincy Classic basketball begins Thursday, and goes through Dec. 1, at the Quin- gymnasium. y teams and :JUnior varsity teams Ompete. The schools will be Quincy, Durham, Or- West Valley and games begin at 4 p.m. and Friday. The vs. Portola varsity Rill be Thursday night ban. The varsity cham- game will be Satur- tcy Elks Lodge No. be holding the 30th Elks Hoop Shoot for all youngsters, the Feather River Multi-purpose build- 9, from noon to 3 COntestant's age group ue determined by age as of April 1, 3 million boys and the United entered last year's Each contestant Shots at the hoop. The girl with the best each group will ad- four tiers of to qualify for the finals in Spring- Winners will com- other contes- the Northeast Dis- Jan. 19, 2002. ' are no fees charged event. If you have call Dude McMas- before 8 p.m. is now open Star all-star sum- LSketb Fcamp. The by invitation only. both an individual Camp and team all- For the individual boys and girls are eligible to ap- include: Jordan, Tim Dun- lace Carter, Jerry tse, Grant Hill and team all-star camp, and A.A.U. teams Boys ages 14-19 are 48 states and countries at- 2001 camp. College scholarships are players selected team. brochure, call All but one of these wrestling fans are engaged in the match taking place teams will compete at the Chester Invitational this Friday and Saturday. File photo/Shannon Morrow st the Chestar f. l ,ol gym. Twemt.y The 29th annual Chester In- vitational Wrestling Tourna- ment will be held at the Chester High School gym Fri- day, Nov. 30, and Saturday, Dec. 1. Wrestling begins at 1 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. on Saturday. It will be one of the most competitive tourna- ments in the north state. This year will feature 20 teams and 13 north section place winners. One of the top wrestlers in California, Daniel Price, will be compet- ing. Price placed fifth in the national Greco Roman tour- nament and is rated No. 1 in the state at 145 pounds. There will be a pancake breakfast served by the Chester Lions Club Saturday, Dec. 1, from 7-9 a.m at Chester Elementary School. The breakfast, which in- cludes ham and eggs, will cost $4. FREE Printing Estlmatesl [ Call "THE PRINT SHOP" I 283-0800! Hunter input The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is asking hunters for their ideas and opinions on proposals be- ing considered for next year's bird and mammal hunting regulations. Public meetings have been scheduled at loca- tions around the state to pre- sent ideas for regulation changes and to gather ideas and comments from hurlters. Regulatory changes being considered by the DFG in- clude: • additional either-sex junior hunts in many deer zones statewide; • additional archery elk and buck deer hunts; • a new preference drawing system for big game drawing applicants; • an increase in the in-season closure quota for bear hunt- ing; about • a longer season for some considered by the DFG. Pub- goose hunting zones; lic comments are used to help • a longer pheasant hunting shape and finalize formal season; proposals which are then pre- • expansion of the fall turkey sented to the Fish and Game hunting area to include San Commission for considera- Diego County; tion. • an increase in the season The commission, an inde- and/or bag limit for turkeys pendent body of members ap- in Matin, Sonoma and Napa pointed by the governor, ulti- counties, mately decides whether to Public meeting dates and adopt the proposed changes locations are as follows: after considering public com- ments at a series of public • Sacramento: Dec. 13 at 1:30 p.m., Resources Building, meetings. 1416 Ninth Street, Room 1270 Major changes to Califor- nia's hunting regulations are • Monterey: Nov. 29, 7 only considered biannually p.m., DFG Marine Region of- (except for emergency pro- rice, 20 Lower Ragsdale Dr., posals). The regulations • Bishop: Nov. 29, 7 p.m., City adopted for the 2002/2003 Council Chambers, 377 W. hunting seasons will remain Line S. in effect for the 2003/2004 sea- Changing hunting regula- sons before major changes tion~ is a multi-step process will again be considered. that begins with public input on informal proposals being years experience with Social Securlly Dlsablll and SSI cases at all levels of appeal NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be out of work 12 months or more, you may merit Social Security Disability even if you've been previously denied. Any reason may qualify: accident, mental or physical illness, on-the-job or off-the- job injury. Laws are being tightened. Qualified representation is critical. Disability Associates can take your case to every level, including court. Call for FREE consultation (775) 61s REE 1-888-825-1616 se bahia espafiol D fSAB ILITY ASSOCIATES Hang around town and you'll quickly discover why area shoppers stay here to make their holiday purchases. We have everything you need for a successful holiday shopping experience. Keep our dollars at home. Support your local merchants. Are You Having A To. advertise your craft faire, come into any of our conveniently located offices & we'll help you Spread The News! B ] I LETIN 135 Mils ~ ~" 2.q;-31 i$ IU ITD west i 16 Cemtnert-tal St., Pm'toia, Ca • It3~ P.O. IJoz '79~ W~woed, CJt • 2.~4~2277 * Santa Arrives by Fire Truck at 3 pm "Pictures with Santa 3 - 5 pm • Christmas Tree Decorating & Auction Enjoy and Participate in Music & Caroling • Keep Warm by the Bonfire PORTOLA RAILROAD MUSEUM-SANTA TRAIN SA TURDA Y, DEC. 1 & 8 . 5 PM • On December 1, follow Santa to the Museum from the Christmas Tree Lighting celebration on the City's new fire truck • Ride the train with Santa Plumas County Alcohol & Drug Resource Center 711 E. Main St., Quincy 16 Ask for Amber Please call." still need doing. PLEASE HELP us open by Spring 2002. A Youth Center will benefit the whole community! building is now available & PCYC is asking the community to volunteer materials & labor to help make the building ready for use. Painting, plumbing, landscaping & other jobs SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2001 • 3-5 PM COMMERCIAL STREET PARK t ,i Plumas County Youth Council CITY OF PORTOLA/OLD TOWN MERCHANT'S (PCYC) has been working for three years to get a local Youth Center. A ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION