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+ IOA Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2814 Feather River Bulletin Children central to parish's Chris;tmas ministries St. Nicholas (Guy McNett) shares a story during Children's Church at Christ the King Episcopal Church in Quincy. The Rev. Ma R Warren is offering services that appeal to all ages. Photo submitted Christ the King Episcopal Church in Quincy is once again making sure that children are the focus of several programs during this Christmas season. The church hosted a special "Children's Church" on Dec. 7 in which, organizers reported, St. Nicholas brought a message of generosity and kindness to children of all ages. The Rev. Matt Warren, the vicar of Christ the King, introduced the "spiritual heir" of St. Nicholas by briefly telling the story of the historical Nicholas, who was a bishop in Myrna ( modern day Turkey), and shared why he is so closely associated with the Christmas season and the modern Santa Claus. "I think that people assume that St. Nicholas is made up," Warren said, "but Nicholas was a real person who served the church at a vital time in its early history. He is even recorded as getting into a fistfight with another bishop at the Council of Nicea." Guy McNett, the parishioner who embodied St. Nicholas during the service, NOt e|igibte for Multi-S Alt offers require 24-month commitment end credit qualification, ACT NOW AND ALSO GET: PREMIUM CHANNELS fora month=+ mm + ++ . 00,wmE ,i mmn,=. ++ . Offer subject t+ oksnge based on premium channel availability, IW! +  k how you can save sto/mo. i  WITH DtSHNETHJGH+SPEEDINTERNET All offers require 24-month commitment and credit quidlflcntlon. PlumasSatellite .............. +' Call Gerald: (530) 863-8929 Serving your local communities since 1989 cl+sn_ AUTHORIZED RETAILER Multi-Sport Pack Offer: Valid for activation and Installation of qualifying DISH service from 7/17/14 through 10/21/14. 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AMERICAN MINI STORAGE 169 Lawrence St., Quincy  283-3515 I oe.nmv MINI ST011AN I 1972 Iee Rd., (behind SavMor) Quincy / 283-3515 283-0800 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA shared a popular story attributed to the historical Nicholas of providing a dowry for three sisters. "These three sisters needed some money to help start a family, and I'm a very good shot.., so late at night, I snuck across town and carefully tossed a small bag of gold into each of their socks which were drying by the fireplace. It turns out, everyone likes to find small gifts in their stockings, and so I've been doing it ever since." McNett said. The special visit by St. Nicholas was a part of a special Children's Church service designed specifically for young children. "It is based off of our Family Church model, which is starting to gather a lot of steam," Warren said. "Church can't be a one-size-fits-all kind of place. Family and Children's Church are an important way to engage young ones, but we are also trying to vary our worship to engage adults, whose learning styles, in many ways, are far more diverse than children's. We have to retain the central message of our faith, while at the same time trying to make it as accessible as possible to a community with different learning styles and interests." Tailoring a service for children is just one way Christ the King organizers say they are trying to serve children this Christmas season. This year will see the return of the parish's "No Forgotten Angels" outreach program. Similar to its actions last year, Christ the King will be partnering The Resource Center to support its Angel Tree project by adopting all of the unclaimed "angels" to provide warmth items and presents for children in need. "It is important to remember that our community has never forgotten any of the children who have been a part of this program" There have always been incredibly generous people who have given tremendous amounts of time and money to make sure that every child in the project receives some sort of gift. We just wanted to codify the practice," said Warren. In addition to its own fundraising efforts, volunteers from Christ the King solicited donations at this year's Sparkle in Downtown Quincy. "Both last year and so far this year, we have seen a tremendous response," said Warren. "This ministry strikes a chord with a lot of community members, and we were both honored and touched to receive some very generous offers from members and nonmembers alike." Anyone interested in making a donation to the "No Forgotten Angels" project may contact Christ the King by phone at 283-0254 or visit the parish's Facebook page at KingQuincy. Wallet returned Australian foreign exchange student Olivia Henderson gets a taste of small-town consideration Dec. 5 as students Dillon Cottle and Steven Drapeau return Henderson's wallet to her after finding it in the parking lot of the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. Henderson's wallet was returned with the money inside -- nearly $100 untouched. From left: Principal Sue Segura, Cottle, Drapeau and Henderson. Photo submitted t'rogram brings toys, coats, food to families The Plumas County Sheriffs Employees' Association's Needy Children's Christmas program is in full swing once again, reports organizer Becky Grant, from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. 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Personal checks and/or business checks are not acceptable. Payment is due and payable immediately following the Sale. No exceptions. The mobilehome, and/or contents are sold as is, where is, with no guarantees. This sale is conducted under the authority of California Civil Code 798.56a and Commemial Code.7210. DATED: November 26, 2014 JOSEPH W. CARROLL, Attorney at Law, 1231 I Street, Suite 203, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 443-9000 Published FRB ' Dec. 10, 17, 20141 Email public notices to: typesetting @ "Names of families and kids needing assistance are coming in," said Grant. "Anyone requesting to sign up for assistance can still mail in the form sent out to all Plumas County residents or yo6 can come to the sheriffs office and fill out the form. All recipients are also automatically put in for a food basket from Community Assistance Network." In the Quincy area, the group has set up an angel tree at American Valley Hardware in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center. Donors may choose an angel ornament from the tree and purchase gifts for the child described on it. Toy drop-off boxes are also located at the Plumas County Elections Office in the courthouse, Dollar General, Plumas County Animal Shelter, NAPA Auto Parts and the sheriffs office at 1400 E. Main St. Distribution of toys and coats will be held Dec. 22 and 23 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the sheriffs office. "We will take toy donations through Christmas Eve to help fill any last-minute requests that come through," said Grant. Distribution of the food baskets from CAN will be held Dec. 20, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at St. John's Parish Hall, and Dec, 21, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the CAN food bank located at 176 Lawrence St. The last day to sign up for a food basket is Dec. 17. 1 i