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,,We Rock!" Advanced Geologic Exploration, Inc. Scientists of the Earth TM 180 Main St. P.O. Box 1956 Chester * CA 96020 (530) 258-4228 ii Professionals providing better science, better service, better results! ii J Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 9A I COMMUNITY CORNER " dl sa,st O I ~ ' ,Current C1.3,,. 4. kw..... .... ......... W F EKL ALENDAP. In Del Thursday, Nov. 29 NA, noon, g60CountyHos-BoyScoutTroop151, Quincy, 1st&ardTues:,6 i : AN, noon, 260 County Hos- pital Road, Courthouse Mon., 6 p.m. Scoutmaster p.m." pital Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Rob Robinette, 283-0858 for Annex - Orchard House. Quincy. location. Wednesday, Dec. 5 Carolyn Carter Buckelew said. Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) AA, 5 p.m. 260 County Hos- Duplicate Bridge. Every Preschool Storytime. Staff Writer The Portola and Delleker 880-3880. pital Road, Courthouse Monday, 6:30 p.m., Re- Build Kindergarten readi- volunteer fire department im- Women's Support Annex - Orchard House. source Center, Blairsden, ness and early literacy mediately responded along Group, Every Thurs., 1-2 Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) corner of hwys 70 and 89. skills with stories, songs, On Monday, Nov. 19, resi- with the sheriffs department p.m., Plumas Crisis Cen- 880-3880. Call Ruth Bright, 836-1454 crafts and games. 10:30 dents of Portola and DeUeker and California Highway Pa- ter, 591 Main St., Quincy. NA, 6:30 p.m., 260 County or Jackie Lucky, 836-2232. a.m., Community Meeting' wereafternoon.facedThewithoutagea powerleSSwas a Roadtrl" TheYand calledClSedLibertyff DellekerEner. Call 283-5515. Hospital Road, Court- AA, 7 p.m., Methodist Room, Quincy Library, 445 result of a propane leak in gy and asked that the power Children s Storytime, house Annex - Orchard Church, 282 Jackson St,, Jackson St. For informa- Delleker, and around noon all be shut off in the whole area. 3:30 p.m., every Thursday, House. Quincy. Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) tion, call the library, 283- power onthenorth side of the The fire department issued no charge, activities and Dukes of Plumas Crib- 880-3880. 6310. Feather River was shut off. an evacuation of the area, the readingof a story. Epi- bage Gang. Meet 10:30 Toastmaster's Interna- A Bi-State propane truckand Sipe coordinated with log Books, Main Street,a.m., start play 11 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4 tional, American Valley sprang a leak off of Bella the city to provide a safe Quincy. Adult must be every Saturday at Mt. PRS-WIC, Supplemental Chapter. Every Wed., 12,1 Vista Drive and Cuesta Way house at the Veterans Memo- present. Tomba, Cromberg. food & nutrition education p.m., Plumas Bank Credit while filling up a tank in the rial Hall for the evacuees. AI-Anon, 5:30 p.m., United Breakfast at the for children under 5 & Administration Confer- neighborhood. The county's hazardous Methodist Church, up- Grange. first Saturday of pregnant-nursingwomen, ence Room, 32 Central According to Plumas Office materials response team of Emergency Services Direc- (hazmat) out of Quincy also stairs in back. For families month. 8-10 Grange Every Tues., 10 a.m., Ave., Quincy. For more tor Jerry Sipe, the 2,800-gal- worked with the fire depart- & friends of alcoholics.Hall, Quincy, next to State Quincy. 283-4093 or (800) info, contact Trish Taylor, ion truck suffered either a ment to contain and clean up Healing and Growing Farm office. WLC-4093. 283-1936. : valve or pipe malfunction the propane, through Grief bereave- Board of Supervisors AA meeting, noon, 260 and began leaking. Sipe said Sipe said after spraying the merit group. Open to any- Sunday, Dec. 2 winter schedule, 11 a.m., County Hospital Road, because the leak was at the vapor with water and foam, one struggling with grief. NA, noon, 260 County Hos- Courthouse, Quincy, (lst 3 Courthouse Annex - Or- bottom of the tank it began the area was stable enough to 2-4 p.m. every other Thurs- pital Road, Courthouse Tues.) Not Nov 20, or Dec chard House, Quincy. 24- leaking liquid propane, approach the truck and patch day. First Baptist Church, Annex - Orchard House. 4. hour info: (877) 880-3880. In its raw form propane is the leak with a wet rag that 74 Reese St., Quincy. Quincy. AA meeting, noon, 260 Senior lunch, Blairsden, liquid, but as soon as it hits froze as soon as it contacted JoAnne Baldwin, 283-9161 NA, 5 p.m., women only, County Hospital Road, noon, Mohawk Commu- atmospheric pressure it the propane. turns into a cloudy gas that According to Sipe, there or Doreene Wood, 283-3538. 260 County Hospital Road, Courthouse Annex - Or- nity Resource Center. Call hovers because it is heavier was an estimated 1,800 gal- Courthouse Annex - Or- chard House, Quincy. 24- 836-0446 for reservations. than air. ions of propane in the truck Friday, Nov. 30 chard House. Quincy. hour info: (877) 880-3880. Quincy Community Sup- Sipe said it is very danger- at the time and only about 100 AA, noon, 260 County Hos- Overeaters Anonymous per, 6 p.m. every Wed, ous because the propane will . gallons leaked out before be- pital Road, Courthouse Monday, Dec. 3 meeting, 5 p.m., 260 United Methodist Church. expand and travel into any ingpatched. Annex - Orchard House. Soroptimist Interna- County 'Hospital Road, Free. enclosed area instead of be- When the leak was stopped, Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) tional of Quincy, noon to Courthouse Annex - Or- AA, 7 p.m., Methodist Ing absorbed into the atmos- Bi-Sate took the truck away 880-3880.. 1 p.m. Moon's restaurant, chard House, Quincy. Church, 282 Jackson St., phere. This makes it very tobe inspected and repaired. AA, 5 p.m., 260 County NA meeting, noon, 260 Boy Scouts Troop i30, 7 Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) susceptible for fires and ex- Around 4 p.m. the power Hospital Road, Court- County Hospital Road, p.m., Quincy Elementary.880-3880. plosions, was turned back on to the 35 house Annex -Orchard Courthouse Annex - Or- Call Mitch Treagan, 283-International Order of Local resident Scott Buck- houses in the area and the House. Quincy. 24-hour chard House, Quincy. 1148. Rainbow Girls, 7 p.m., clew was at his parents'residents were allowed to re- house when the accident oc- tu,,m home. info: (877) 880-3880. Rotary Club, Mineral NA, 7 p.m., Methodist Masonic Temple, 1st & 3rd curred. He said the B -State The fire department and NA, 6:30 p.m., 260 County Building, fairgrounds, Church, 282 Jackson St.,Wed. driver was filling up the next- hazmat team did a great job, Hospital Road, Court- noon. Call 283-2127. Quincy. " Sober Sisters, 1st & 3rd door neighbor's house when Sipe said. "They were well- house Annex - Orchard California Women in Wed., 270 County Hospital he realized his truck was trained and prepared to han- House. Quincy. Timber, Plumas Cafe Rd., Ste. 128 in Quincy malfunctioning, dle it." (subject to change),from 5:30-7 p.m. Buckelew said the driver The emergency personnel Saturday, Dec. 1 I I began knocking on doors spent four hours combating NA, 7:30 a.m., 260 County I telling residents of the situa- the propane while preventing Hospital Road, Court- I l-J IT (" M R tion and asking them to shut any harm to the neighbor-house Annex - Orchard "-" .......... off their pilot lights and leave hood. House Quincy ..... the area. The Portola Fire De- "Everybody did an excel- " " " Calvary Chapel Quincy Meadow Valley Community payment was also called, lent job," Buckelew said. "It's l A( T ~I[]:;~;R-'~ LAKE LEVELS 283-4463. 1953 E. Main, Mill Creek 283-4259, 48 Cemetery Rd, Meadow "Jimmy, the driver, ab- goodtoKn0wthe$ owwhat .......... _ ....... , _ Shopping Center,, E, Qui0cy. ...... Valley,. of 3 ackso $t,i t(X) solutely did'a" 6at job in his they'redoing in'situations TEMPERATURES LakeAImanor *Elevation ] Quhcy ..... : ..... ::i: responsibility (in) all of this," like this." ItCurrent 4,485.58 Christian Life FellowshipOur Savior Lutheran Fair boar,] holds Date Hioh LowPreciD Snow ,~lYearAgo 4,486.551283-O345;317FirstSt..E.Ouincy. 283-2546. Church&HighSts., I ,--nT -:: I / Quincy. .."' ..[ILakeAImanor **Capacity/Christ the King Episcopal , 1,, .. I I .u.rrent. 92.2,94! / 283:0254,5 5 a rence St., Quincy. Seventh-DayAdventist fair them e c ntest .., I1YearAgO * 947,351 / Quincy310"2042 r 283"3092' 233 Pine St" ------I I,uo..L.k *Elevation / ........ IN., 4 4d .... Ih'current 5.132.07 / ;nurcnovunnst I; vi S ;s 30 ....IIff;; 'r'; oo5'. 4;:50 ] 283-t191,152 E. Jackson St., Springs of Hope Christian I ........... II ...... ....... / Quincy. Fellowship ' Choosing a fair theme is "Plumas Glory," "Better I .... .... . .... o ....IIBucks Lake '*Capacity / Pete, 283-1613, or John, 927-7626, fun and difficult at the same Living in the Feather River [ [[tCurrent 63,187 [Church of Jesus Christ of59 Bell Ln., Quincy. time. Fair boards have con-Country" and "Progress'n I I~~~mPJn' 0in eJ'tnw I ]1 YearAgo 78,381 Latter DaySaints I --'-"'-'"""- ?'7_-[: -: .... " II ..................... | 283-2170, 55 Bellamy Ln., Quincy. St. John's Catholic Church sidered thousands of ideasPlumas Style" dominated I 2011~ow',34.7fftotalprec~p" I i*EleVatiOn above sea level in ft. [ 283-0890 176 Lawrence St. Quincy. over the past few decades, themes in the '50s and '60s. **Storage in acre ft . I *Weather year is July 1 to June 30 II "Storage in acre ft. [ Commumty Umted Methodmt and it is never easy. After that, things became 1- Nov, 18, 2012 .... " I Cenmiled hv Ron Trumb. II ~ ~~72~, ~O11~ /. 283-1740, 282 Jackson St., Qu,ncy, Starhght M,ssionary Baptist The theme sets the tone more generic: Mountain for the annual event, which Magic," "The Old West at its ..... ..... ' ............. ' I ..... . ....... / 283-1505, 171 Redburg Ave., Quincy. begins the second Wednes-Best" and "I Can't Bear to day of August. Every entry Miss the Fair." Nostalgia "]First Baptist Truth Tabernacle of Quincy, I Today's Weather | 283-1160, 74 Reese St., Quincy. 260-8006, 2205 East Main St. in the Fair Parade is guided has always been popular and [ Quincy. by the theme, a well as al- rhyming themes are used I most all 4-H and FFA pro-heavily throughout the fair / I T n, onthis page, [ jects. There have been many industry. ideas that sound great in a For the 2013 fair,_ theI i ] i / meeting, but are very diffi- Plumas-Sierra County Fair cult to portray during the Board has decided to let the I 47/42 I 48/44I 49/45 I 51/42 I 50/39 / fair. public decide the theme. I Io,o ;&r;in I o' Ic.. o :.2wo / A good fair theme sets an There are two guidelines: I I.i , int,ou or / image or feeling in a viM- it should have something to I int,*u,- / 1 I I I I / ' " " -' '." ' , " .... ' ' tor's mind. The theme do with Plumas and Sierra I eunrl, eu.~ ISun.. eunm IeunrI. Su.~ ISun.. 8unto Ieunrl= eua~ / , _ ._ shuld be easy t envert in" cunties' and it shuld be I ] I umey'-T- I to decorations throughout keptshort. - .... the fairgrounds, and alsoThe author of the winning carried through by the en- theme will get his or her pic- tertainment, ture in the exhibit guide and I California At A Glance Moon Phases / I ~(;! _ A l I Ideally, the themecanbe the fair program, anew,,I /I I part of a colorful piece of art- receive a T-shirt that says: "I work for advertisements and Came Up with This Year's :j7a.m. posters. It should be short Fair Theme." NoFvU u~anvtlle and to the point. It should Finally, the winner will 2: mean something, and, in aget a week-long family pass perfect world, should be to the fair and one unlimited : L,t N.w ' unique to the Plumas-Sierra carnival ride bracelet. Dec6 Dec,3 .\ ("- .; ! J S.nFr I County Fair. . Ideas may be submitted by UVlndex The first theme for the mail or in person atthe fair Plumas-Sierra County Fair office located at 204 Fair- Wed11/28FILow / I .... . ~k ; I ~/ ~_._.---J~! I . ..I appeared in 1951: "Lumber- ground Road, Quincy, CA N / ] I ing Progress." There was no 95971; or via email to in- / .... if" __ 11/3I . o ,ow / [Magnitude I -- Z ffrson'CiW I apparent theme before that, fo@plumas-sierracounty- ::::::::: and after 1951, it was hit or I " :::::: L :: ~i!~;:;~}~ Sun 12/2 Low miss whether there was a Ideas -- with name and I ........ : ~:~:~, ~ uv.~, ~,n...~ o. ~,, .... bove 20 theme or not. contact information -- may . showing the need lor eater sldn pro- " " " i Early themes promoted also be submitted at plumas- San D o ~ ~ ...................... t,~o~ o ............ . quakes per week andother t mesthat t I San6D~5gT~ g : ::::::::::::::::::::::: ............... ~ / I ~',.,,,,,,,,~,.,.,~Reglnal 6 1 0 7 ~ke~:rhe~itR rel Plumas County and all it I / I .............. I ,o does activity jump over 40 quakes and had to offer. This is not sur- The deadline for the 2013 I AreaCities I I = The number of earth are is when it falls below 5 prising, since early fair Fair Theme Contest is Dec. I ........ ....... ............ := ......... | I Ml k 0. bviously, aftershock board members included 17, at 5 p.m. I ~a~ ~7 553 rPatinsunny MMo~av: 6~ ~39 ~ndv sS~n~eSmardino 6: 45~ ~inunnv l I from the previous from moderate to large I ~.~,,o, ~ ,, ptsunny Monterey62 52 rain " San Diego 63 s7 ;isu..; / J th ngle theinsti ators for Link Peckinpah and Bob The 2013 fair is set for 50 sunny Noodles79 53 sunny SanFrand$co 62 57 rain ' I 7 ........... / I total in 8 weeks and the f er robust periods, but why the area goes Moon, presidents of the Aug. 14 - 18. Call 283-62'72 for I 'c,"ono r,nt n" 1 I .The ehave chamber of commerce, more information. I EICentro 82 53 sunnyPasadena 67 53 pt sunny Stockton 59 48 rain / I relaxed seismic activitvare oc mm onin been several Mulet ~eriods over the last Eureka 56 52 ra n Redd ng 69 47 pt sunny Susanvtlle 42 32 rain . .I ':' ............... ~" ~" I" .......... I~~~: ~v~:::" ', 4apt .... y Truckee 4229snow / 1~7';;;;0 ..... Los Angeles 64 55 pt sunny Sacramento 57 51 rainVe~alia 59 47 rain I ,o,,ng.,, .55 pt sunny Sacramento ' / I .t.hat not a sin.g.le quake I Mo...,,o. ~;.,=o / I climate is always changing~g a week's period. Some- I ~,~, ....... =~.',,-, ,,r= ,.,, ............_ ......... ] weekly activity usually stays within the times quiet periods last for months. IAtlanta 61 34 sunny Houston 68 49 pt sunny Phoenix 78 51 sunny | typesetting@ ,Boston 41 27 cloudy LosAngolas 64 55 p, .... y San Francisco 62 57 rain| IChicago 39 28 sunny Miami 79 65 ptsunny Seattle 51 46 rain | IDallas 66 46 sunny Minneapolis 30 23 mst sunny St. Louis 50 34 sunny | plumas ews,com NewYork 41 31pt .... y Washington, DC 47 33 sunny / L ~2010 American Profile Hometown Content Service J