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4C Wednesday, Dec, 26, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, California winters allow In snowboarding, feet are cold temperatures, adds Dr. residents to enjoy a wide vari- loosely bound perpendicular ety of outdoor sports, from to a flexible board. No special regular aerobic activities like footwear is required for this running and cycling, to fast- sport but because of the flexi- track fun in the snow. Snow- ble board, foot fractures and bound sports like downhill dislocations are common, pri- and cross-country skiing, marily in the bones in the snowboarding and sledding middle of the foot or the provide an exhilarating car- metatarsals (top part of the damaged resulting in burn- diovascular workout and a foot), ing, tingling and numb toes. welcome change from the "The technology of healthyProperly fitting, insulated concrete walls of the gym. biomechanics for snowboard- waterproof boots or shoes are But these wintry sports can ing has not yet caught up to as important as coats, hats, or be a menace to foot health, the sport," says Dr. Warne, gloves in the outdoors during "Proper footwear is a criti- "so people need to be extra the winter. cal component to staying in- careful." Dr. Warne recom-To ensure that'ski boots or jury-free during winter sports mends wearing large, sturdy, other winter footwear are up- activities," says J. Brian insulated boots flexible propriate, take them to a po- Warne, DPM, a podiatric sur- enough to accommodate the diatric physician, who can geon in private practice in twisting of the lower bodymake recommendations to San ,Jose, Calif., and a mem- while safely controlling the improve both comfort and bet of the board of directors board, performance on the ice or of the California Podiatric Abnormal biomechanical slopes, and to help prevent in- Medical Association (CPMA). forces like excess motion and jury. Snowboarding is a good ex- instability also can be con- ample. 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It is well to look at When you encounter biking and climbing made beth before we commit our- it hard for me to stay in the selves to either side. fieulties and contradic- tions, do not try to break office. I really enjoyed the --Aesop them; bend them with gen- quotes from people such as tleness and time. Thoreau, Goethe, Einstein, To improve is to change, --St. Francis de Sales Gandhi and Socrates. When to succeed is to change of- there was a photo or a ten. The aim of an argument quote that I particularly ---Churchill or discussion should be liked, I saved that day's progress, not victory. page in the back of my The shortest and surest --Joseph Joubert drawer, way to live with honor in Since the calendar is al- the world is to be in reality most finished, I recentlywhat we appear to be. What lies behind us and dug out all the old pages I --Socrates what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what had stashed, and was sur- lies wifin us. prised to find that I had Diligence is the mother of --Emerson kept almost half of them, good luck. mostly for the quotes. The --Benjamin Franklin This above all: to thine following are some of my favorites: own self be true. It must fol- One man cannot do right low that you cannot then be It does not take much in one department of lifefalse toanyman. strength to do things, but it while he is occupied doing -shakespeare requires great strength to wrong in any other depart- decide on what to do. ment. Life is one indivisi- With just a few pages left --Elbert Hubbard ble whole. on this year's calendar, I ---Ghandi knew I'd miss my daily dose We know the truth, not of wisdom when they ran only by reason, but by the The greatest remedy for out. But then I got my pre- heart, anger is delay, sent from Debra for this --Blaise Pascal --Seneca Christmas--the 2002 edi- tion of the same calendar. The great man is he who, in the midst of the crowd, Don't be afraid to take aWith all the new quotes and keeps with perfect sweet- big step ff one is indicated, great outdoor adventure ness the independence of You can't cross a chasm in shots, it's not going to be solitude, two small jumps, any easier to stay in the of- -Emerson --David Lloyd George rice. lay " The Central Plumas Recre- style of play, while those in- "There is plenty of ation and Park District has terested ina more recreation- available for both new a: announced that it has opened al, six-on-six brand of play returning players in both the registration period for can also participate on Fri- visions. It's really a great the 2002 adult volleyball day evenings in the Thunderportunity for folks to get league. Division, 6-7:30 p.m., accord- of the house, get .-The coed league, co-sport- ing to Recreation and Park healthy exerei~, and sored by the Tobacco Master District administrator Tim lot of fun with friends Settlement Agreement fund, Boland. those cold and dark is open to adults of all ages The league is scheduled to of winter," Bolandadded. and levels of ability. To en- begin playing on Friday, Jan. All games will be played sure compatible play, the 4, and will continue through the Latter Day league is divided into two di- - mid-March. Registrations are Gym in Quincy. visions, now being accepted, and will For more The more competitive continue through the Fridayabout the adult volleyb$ Lightning Division will ten- game time of Jan. 11, or after league, contact the tatively play Friday evenings that date at the recreationation and park district at 7:30 p.m. and will feature a and park district's office at 34 at 283-3278. fast-moving, four-on-four FairgroundsRd. The Central Plumas Recre- park district director, Jim gymnasium (cafeteria). ation and Park District is Boland. league will continue continuing to accept sign- "The first several sessions successive Wednesday, ups for the year 2002's first- are essentially skill clinics. 6:30 p.m., through the endi and second- grade youth bas- Once the kids begin to grasp February. ketball league, the fundamentals, they will For more The league, which is in its transition to relay races,garding the Vast-and fourth year, is designed to scrimmages, and so on," grade basketball program, teach boys and girls basic Boland added, to register a child, fundamentals of basketball, The fu'st- and second-grade the Central Plumas such as dribbling, passing, basketball program is sched- ation and Park District shooting, the pivot and, of uled to start on Wednesday, 283-3278, or visit 34 course, having lots of fun, ac- Jan. 2, at 5:30 p.m. in the ground Road in Quincy. cording to recreation and Quincy Elementary School oil anq ................................................................................................................... b Certified used oil collection centers will pay you 4 cents per quart for your used motor oil. 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