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Quincy, California
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December 19, 2001

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Holiday News We~nos~ay, Dec. 19, 2001 9A i!i , , in varying shades of green and white, these Christmas trees made quite a shoppers and browsers at the annual Christmas fair held Dec. 1 by Eta Alpha. Julia Michael combined their talents to make trees in a variety of sizes, with lights. ? ""~:a ~,,. :::71--7---,.i m Photos by Victoria Metcalf Cheryl DeMartini paid tribute to the United States with red, white and blue as the dominating colors and patrio- tim as the theme of her wooden collectibles. DeMarti- ni's booth was one of many that filled the Tulsa Scott Pavilion at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. ;aren't a once-a-year project for these devoted Quincy residents. Crafts are an | passion. Santas, roly-poly cats, dressed-up penguins and more are part Year's lineup, produced by Lauri Pierson and Judy Kahre. The Small Business Development Center is now counseling at your local One Stop Employment Center Easy to Use Phone # -- 800 527-7361 Call for Your Appointment Today! Free, confidential one-on-one counseling, for current and prospective business owners in Plumas, Lassen and Modoc counties. reservations today! ". indudes : Meadowood Mall'coupon booklet Pdng in the New Year in Paradise! Exciting casino party! CASINO RESORT Every P/ayer's Paradise With the holiday season upon us, in a year filled with adversity and challenge, what a perfect time for each ot" us to pause and give thanks to our military men and women who this very day are protecting our most precious gift of all, our freedom. We can't change the past, we can only look to the future. All of us at Sierra Pacific are wishing the world peace, harmony and renewed prosperity in the years to come.