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12A Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 Feather River Bulletin i WEEKLY GATHER,NGS, MEET,NGS AND CLUBS 1 ish, r dGamebo h an,J J Soro;t-imistgterna'tional Explorer Post81, Quincy Fletcher, 394-4720. Surplus Commodities. | ] of Ouincv 12 - 1 n m Vomnteer ire uept. Distributed free, 3rd Tues. of [ ews.com the bullet "' "' Explorer Program, meets ] Moon s Restaurant. For the month. You must be at ] Collin Dillingham with the 2rid and 4th Thursdays Call ] mformatzon, call 283-0795. . Monday, Dec. 18 the CAN building, behind St. / The Plumas County Fish U.S. Forest Service provided : NA Meetin , 12 m 260 John's Catholic Church on / and Game Commission heard an update on the bull frog in i AA Meeting, 12 p m, 260 sarah Anderson, 276-1503. g P .... ] some updates from fish andthe Meadow Valley area. The i County Hospital Road, County Hospital Road, Lawrence St., Quzncy, I Courthouse Annex - Courthouse Annex between 9:30 - 11 a.m. Call / frog experts during its Dec. 7 Forest Service will begin Orchard House, Quincy, 24- Friday, Dec. 1 5 nev 263-0262 for information meeting, eliminating the invasive Orchard House, Qu ..... -- ' .... " | Ken Roby, a hydrologist species next year with nets / hour information: (877) AA Meeting, 12 p.m., 260 Rotary Club, 12 p.m., uauiorma women m | ] 880-3880. County Hospital Road, Mineral Buildin-s, Timber, 6 p.m,.. 1st.& 3rd . / and representative of Trout and pellet guns. The bulli Quincy Cribbage Group, Courthouse Annex - fairgrounds. Call 283-2127. Tues., Paradise Grill (subject / Unlimited, spoke on a recent frogs are becoming a problem | 12:30 p.m., sharp, everyOrchard House, Quincy. 24- Boy Scout Troop 151, to change), Quincy, i e-DNA study done on the especially for the Sierra Thursday. Come early and hour information: (677) 6 p.m., Monday, call | Feather River basin. Nevada and Foothill yellow have lunch. Round Table 880-3880. Scoutmaster Jan Jensen, / The study takes a look at legged frogs, as the bull frogs | Pizza. No dues or fees. NA Meeting, 6 p.m., 260 283-2209 for location. Wednesday, Dec. 20 / the environmental DNA will eat them. Bull frogs eat | Xin Yi TaiJi QiGong, County Hospital Road, Duplicate Bridge, 6:30 p.m., Baby Bounce Story Time. | within the rivers and lakes, ducklings, other frogs and | 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., every Courthouse Annex - every Monday, Resource Infants 0 to 24 months, i The water samples collected insects, and, according to " Thursday, Quincy Library Orchard House, Quincy. Center, Blairsden, corner of 10 a.m., Wed., PluralS / by Roby and his crew were Dillingham, they are harming | meeting room. Gentle Free Perishable Hwy, 70 & Hwy. 89. Call Ruth County Library Quincy | tested for DNA samples. Hethe ecosystem in the upper | movements to loosen joints, Commodities, Distributed Bright, 836-1454 or Jackie branch, 445 Jackson St. | said they looked for sevenFeather River Watershed. | help balance, energize and 3rd Fridays of the month,Lucky, 836-2232. Preschool Storytime, | different organisms that "This is just an overall | relieve stress. For more CAN building, behind St.AA Meeting, 7 p.m., stories, songs, crafts and ] included diseasepathogens, restore-the-food-web type , | information, please call Rose John's Catholic Church, Methodist Church, 282 games, 10:30 a.m., I invasive species and different thing," said Dillingham. | Buzetta, 927-8057. Lawrence St., Quincy. Starts Jackson St., Quincy, 24-hour Community Meeting Room,| species of trout. Based on the Dillingham said the Forest i | AI-Anon Meeting, 5:30 p.m., at 12 p.m. Call 283-0262 for information: (877) 880-3880. Quincy Library, 445 Jackson / results of{he sampling, Trout Service will be eliminating | United Methodist Church, more information. St. For intormation, call the | Unlimited would be able to the bull frogs on public land, | upstairs in back. For library, 283-6310. | determine where the best but the ponds and stream on | families and friends of , _., ... ,.,__ ^ AA Meeting, 12 p.m., 260 / place for restoration efforts private property could pose a | alcoholics. Saturday, Dec. 16 . z County Hospital Road, | could be. problem for the project ffbull | Celebrate Recovery, NA Meeting, 12 p m, 260 l mzung urocne group, Courthouse Annex - I Trout Unlimited is an frogs remain in those areas. | 5 30 p.m., Springs of Hope County Hospital Road, 12 - 2 pLm., Tuesday Carey Orchard House, Quincy. 24- I organization that heads upThe Forest Service will be | unurch, 59 Bell i ane, Courthouse Annex anay uo., ramey hour info.: (877) 880-3880. | conservation efforts for fresh partnering with private ,.awrence Streets, tuincy. Senior lunch 12 n m / , *-. -, water streams and rivers, and o,.Ho ,ran will go to those ] Quincy. For more Orchard House, Quincy. Come join us. Call Magdz,Mohawk Community ] habitats for trout, private properties, upon the | information, please callAA Meeting, 6 p.m. 260 | Pastor Darnel Hanna, County Hospital Road, 760-979-8290. Resource Center, Blairsden, | "One of the main reasons invitation of the property Chester Baptist Church, Courthouse Annex - AA Meeting, 12 p.m., 260 for reservations, 836-0446. | County Hospital Road, Quincy Community [ we wanted to do this studyowner, and eliminate the bull | 394-7008.... Orchard House, Quincy, 24- Courthouse Annex - Supper, 6 p.m., Wed., United ] was to f'md the best place for frogs [ Boy couts lroop 130, hour information: (877) Orchard House, Quincy, 24- Methodist Church. Free. [ restoration efforts," said"We are working to find | 6:30 p.m., LDS Church, 55 880-3880. hour information: (877) AA Meeting, 7 p.m., [ Roby. "It didn't make sense where other bullfrogs are," | Be||amy Lane. Call Dale Crlhha ,o 880-3880. Methodist Church, 282 [ for fish restoration in areas said Dillingham, "which is Stokes, 283 3661 ............... | . " 10:45 a.m., registration;NA Meeting, 7 p.m., Jackson St., Quincy, 24-hour | where pathogens are why we are doing some of this Grief Support Group, " " | 11 a.m., play begins, every Methodist Church, 282 info.: (877) 880-3880. | present outreach. , | 6 30 - 7 30 every Saturday, $11 entry fee, Jackson St., Quincy. Country dance lessons, | Roby said the DNA Dillingham said the Forest : | Tnursaay, tumcy riome Gumba s, Blairsden. For Bible Study (King James 7 p.m., Feather River | identification process Service is also open to : | Medical office, 211 Lawrence more information call Dour, version), 7 - 8 p.m., Church Grange, Quincy, across from | expanded over four lakes and volunteers who would like to p ' | St. Sponsored by lumas Rodria es 836-4254 of Jesus Christ of Latter- CHP on Hwy. 70, $3 adults, $2 | areas within the Feather participate in the elimination | Community Hospice. " ' " Day Saints, 55 BeUamy Lane, college students (18 and| River basin. He said they process They would have to : | Blue Star Morns, 7 p.m., Quincy, Open to all. Bibles over). No partner required. | discovered more occurrences take a course on bullfrog | Masonic Lodge, Harbison 4 -, available. Call 953-7790.International Order of | of brown trout than they identification to be eligible to i / Street, Quincy.. ,,L&" " meetmg, U" P m, women= / Plumas-Sierra Rainbow Girls, 7 p.m., 1st & | expected, and no record ofhelp shoot them. Any person | PluralS County Fire Safe , . :" " Cattlewomen, 3rd Tues., 3rd Wednesdays, Masonic [ invasive species such as New interested in volunteering or : / Council IPC FSC 9 -11 omy, 260 County riospzmi .... --as" s PlumasRoad, Courthouse Annex - | Zealand mud snails, property owners interested in : ] y' ..... location varies, Claudia Temple. urcnara House, /uincy. [ "Overall I think it was a opening up their ponds for ' [ Co. Planning & Bulldmg A " " [ Services office, 555 Main St., A Meeting, 12 p.m., 260 very good exercise," said eradication should contact : | Quincy. Open to the public County Hospital Road, C H U R C H E S [ Roby. "The use of an e-DNADillingham at | For more information, Courthouse Annex - 1 study in this project was cdillingham@fs.fed.us. [ plumasfiresafe.org; email: Orchard House, Quincy. Assemblies of God - Christian Meadow Valley Community| [ Cub Scout Pack151, 5 p.m., UfeFellowship 283-4259, 48 Cemetery Rd, Meadow Watershed group meetsI 283-0345, 317 First St., E. Quincy. Valley, office: 353 Jackson St, #100, | l[ LAST WEEK'S ...... E' "" Calvary Chapel Quincy Quincy | Maggie Wells In November ~017, Pac b" 'i LI-V / TEMPERATURES , 283-4463.1953 E. Main, MillCreek Our Savior Lutheran / Staff Writer Gas&Electric arded , Shopping Center, E. Quincy. 283-2546. Church & High Sts., | mwells@plumasnews.com $100,000 through its Better i / Lake Almanor Elevation Quincy. quincylutheran.org [ Together Resilient ' [ Dec 4 20 ...... tCurrent 4,486.2 Christ the King Episcopal [ The local Lake Almanor Communities Grant Program' / Dec' 547 19 ...... 1 Year Ago 4,485.8283-0254, 545 Lawrence St., Seventh-Day Adventist | Watershed group has been to the Sierra Institute for " / Decl 649 18 ...... ,, Quincy. christthekingquincy.org 310-2042 or 283-3092, 2333 Pine St., [ realizing some of its goals as of Community and Environment [ Dec 7 46 17 ...... Lake hlmanor Capacity Quincy. [ late. to support the work of the i [ Decl 846 17 ...... tCurrent 940,196.2Church of Christ [ Though LAWG has been South Lassen Watersheds i [ Dec. 945 16 ...... 1 Year Ago 929,460.9283-1191, 152 E. Jackson St., Springs of Hope Christian [ meeting in the Chester area Group. [ Dec. 10 45 15 ...... Quincy. Fellowship [ since 2005, it has seen some The Sierra Institute has . / Buka Lake *Elevation Pete, 283-1613, or John, 927-7626, [ recent influence on policy, worked for nearly two decades [ Total precipitation, July 1,2017, to date: Current 5 137 9 Church of Jesus Christ of59 Bell Ln., Quincy. | LAWG was formerly known on advancing similar 12,17" preoip; 0" snow. 1 Year Ago 5,14117 Latter Day Saints ] as the Almanor Basin collaborative forestry i 283-2170, 55 Bellamy Ln., Quincy. St. John's Catholic Church |"Watershed Advisory initiatives within the region ; / This date 2016: 14.78" p[ecip; traceof snow. Bucks Lake **Capacity 283'0890, 176 Lawrence St., Quincy. | Committee, and between 2005 and throughout the state. This | 2016-2017totals: 81.43 precip 43 snow. Current 72,560 6 Community United Methodist / and 2013, advised the PluralS funding is an important | 2015-16to s: 52.42' predp; 10' snow. 1 YearAqo 78,747'2283-1740, 282 Jackson St., Quincy, Starlight Missionary Baptist | County Board of Supervisors acknowledgement of the value | 2014-15 totals: 32.89" predp; 6' snow. - ' | on water quality, land use and of working together and | ..........2013-14 t0tals'._.21__.91" predp' T., --,snw" , Elevatzon' above sea level 'n ft quincymethodist.org 283-1505, 171 Redburg Ave., Quincy.[ critical habitat issues in the planning for the future of / zu17-1 totals: preQp;snow. * ...... " Truth Tabernacle of Quincy, Lake A]manor Basin. forest management, climate / torage zn acre n. Rrst Baptist 283-1160, 74 Reuse .............. / [ (Weatheryear Is July 1 to June 30) tDec 10, 2017 , :,^. ,k^.. = ..... zt u-uuut , zzuo -ast Main St, / Although the official resilience and economic Compiled by Ron Trumbo 11,2016 relationship with the countydevelopment in the upper ended in 2013, the group watersheds. continues to pursue a similar This grant will ultimately mission today and was a major ensure that the group can [ Weather Forecast for Quincy influence in instituting a new meet regularly, identify and i! collaborative group, the South prioritize landscape-scale assen.Watersheds Group, to projects, and provide outreach | Wednesday, Dec. 13 I Thursday, Dec. 14 Friday, Dec. 15 L Sunrise 7:17-Sunset 4:39 Sunrise 7:18--Sunset 4:40 Sunrise 7:18--Sunset 4:40 address a wide array of and education to local natural resource and communities on the outcomes commun evelo e issues at a regional scale All meetings of the South throughout the Upper Feather Lassen Watersheds Group are River Watershed, according to open to the public and Sierra Institute's Ramseygenerally take place in the Harvey. Lake Almanor area. Interested ) The SLWG has been meetingreaders can attend a meeting, =', S l y, ' 'g nea y, with a high near Mostly sunny, with a consistently over the past year request more information or ; 48. 52. high near 53. and includes a diverse mix of ask questions regarding the local partners interested in group's work at 284-1022. a m aement activities, sharing information , , .. ^ . and prioritizing projects to BaKe sale uec. zu i achieve a number of preliminary goals on the People First of the Sierras, landscape, including reducing an advocacy..group for wildfh'e risk, protectin people with msaDnzdes run Wednesday Night: Thursday Night: Mostly Friday Night: Partly critical habitat, utilizing by people with disabilities, tradltmnal ecologmal ..... [ Mostly clear, low 22. clear, low 23. I cloudy, low 26. "" " zront will be hosting a DaKe sale in oi axeway on " knowledge to restore historic .... weanesaay, Dec 20, from | Saturday, Dec. 16 | Sunday, Dec. 17 [ Monday, Dec. 18 fire regimes on the landscape ...... ,, loo ' amto m.orun ,, . ... .. / / / all the 1terns are gone contractors and industry. ., , proceeds will be used , The group has adopted a , . number of guidin rinciDles to purchase Christmas gifts .... for local foster youth from the Upper Feather River , Integrated Regional Watershed Management Plan, a cohesive strategy for Dem Cn moot ! | Mostly sunny, with a | Mostly sunny, with a Sunny, high near 50. planning and implementing .......... ] high near 49.| high near 52. - water management programs The Plumas County ! , throughout the Upper Feather Democratic Central [ [ : River Watershed. Committee will meet " IRWM planners are tomorrow night, Thursday, , , , members of the SLWG, as are Dec. 14, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in ...... a number of participants from the Quincy Library * Tuesday, 19 | Saturday Night: Partly | Sunday Night: Mostly local, state and federal conference room, 445 cloud low 27 Sunnse 7 21 Sunset 4 41 Y' " / clear, low around 30. ' : -- : agencies, nonprofits and Jackson St., in Quincy. The ! community groups, public is invited.