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12B Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Funds for ALS research don't cover all modes of treatment In 2007, 30-year-old Deanna  surgeon, encouraged her to get live and no hope." individuals but lacking in ALS with the release of the critically ,, Tedone-Gage was a young  a medical evaluation. But her father, Vincent patients. When she took them, acclaimed motion picture "The : woman with a winning smile  Specialists were consulted. Tedone, wasn't having it. her trembles stopped. The Theory of Everything," based that would stand out in any Within two years, she found "I said to my daughter, 'I'm crampil]g that caused her to on the life of renowned ' crowd. She had much to be herself diagnosed with not going to accept this,'" he wake up screaming in the astrophysicist and ALS sufferer happy about. She had recently amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, said. "'The body is a beautiful, middle of the night began to Stephen Hawking. The film married the man of her dreams, C-FORCE commonly known as ALS and beautiful organism. It can heal subside. The treatment was ranks in the top 12 in .' as well as wrapped up a as Lou Gehrig's disease. Her itself. We just need to give it working. It significantly slowed worldwide box-office returns ' distinguished academic career HEALTH AND FITNESS doctors said there wasn't much what it needs.'" the Wogression of Deanna's and is an award season ' by attaining her law degree and CHUCK NORRIS they could do for her. She So he went to work. ALS. favorite. : passing the Florida bar exam. wouldn't have long to live. Life Through the process of trial Now known as Deanna Yet with all this public ;: But as the year wore on, she expectancy is typically two to and error, the doctor and his Protocol, the therapy consists attention, it can be argued that progressively wasn't feeling at stairs. At fu'st, she thought it five years from the time of daughter found their way to a of a number of supplements, we merely know more of ALS all like herself. An avid runner, was fatigue catching up to her diagnosis, combination of supplements such as AAKG, which is known than we really know about it. ' "' she began stumbling a lot, for from her whirlwind life. Her "They all sang the same that began to scale back her t o prolong cell life by providing Though the pledge is that the q: seemingly no reason. She was family began to be concerned, song," Tedone-Gage recently symptoms. The supplements cells with energy. The longer it money will be used to fund "' having trouble descending Her father, an orthopedic recalled. "Two to five years to are products found in healthy takes for the ceils to die the cutting-edge research, as well "'" slower the disease progresses, as care and support for people With a slower progress, living with the disease, don't symptoms are controlled, look for research based on At one point early in the cellular metabolism and process, Tedone ran out of working with substances AAKG, and within a day, his normally found in the body to ,: daughter's tremors had be part of the allotment of = :. returned with a vengeance, funding. ,, Events Around Plumas County Once he began the Alltraditionalresearch ' supplementation again, they currently in progress is based :, subsided, on finding a pharmaceutical ::. Today more than 1,000 people drug to cure ALS. Meanwhile, .:: with ALS, as well as some metabolic researchers at ,, charities every second Saturday November- individuals with other Winning the Fight believe they " April. $6. For information: Dave or Helen neurodegenerative diseases, have found an additional Reynolds, 283-4950. have tried this protocol, supplement that might provide '-' according to Winning the Fight. a therapy that can stop the r This nonprofit organization, disease in its tracks. ,. , founded by Tedone and family The problem is that the members in 2010, is dedicated supplement in question, called Blairsden: to developing andstudying glutamic oxaloacetic ,.i New Year's Eve dinner specials, Grizzly Grill. Lassen Volcanic National Park: nutritional therapies and transaminase, or GOT, , Also open for dinner New Year's Day starting Ranger-led snowshoe walks, 1:30 p.m., Kohm sharing their results with ALS currently does not exist for ' 5 p.m. For reservations: 836-1300. Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center. Snowshoes patients around the world. It is human consumption. (' provided for $1 donation. Free, open to the only nonprofit foundation Significant funding is needed in Clio: walkers 8 and up, no children in carriers. Chester: in the fight against ALS whose order to partner with an New Year's Eve dinner, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m., Registration required for large groups, not for Free concealed weapons class for women; 9 research is based on cenular investigational pharmacology ', Nakoma Golf Resort and Spa. Four-course individuals. Walks held weekends through a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sun; 118-A metabolism and working with department at a university or feast $55 per person. For reservations April 5. For information: Watson Road. Owner of Chester Tactical substances normally found in perhaps some other ': t (recommended): 832-5067. http://1, 595-4480. Sports offers class in memory of Lauren the body. pharmaceutical entity to make :, Lindskog Allen. Students may purchase Most of the anecdotal and test GOT for human : Genesee: Susanville: firearms at wholesale prices. For information: evidence it has gathered to date consumption, i New Year's Eve party; dinner served 6:30 Free youth hunt; 7:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. Indian 258-1911. shows that the treatment has If you believe, as I do, that we p.m., fireworks 9 p.m.; Genesee Store. Valley Pheasants Forever presents event by slowed and, in some cases, need to leave no stone unturned Open-house gala also features hors d'oeuvres, Hunting Buddies Hunting Co. Participants Lassen Volcanic National Park: reversed the progression of the in combating this dreaded drinks, music. " must bring guns, ammunition, copies of Ranger-led snowshoe walks, 1:30 p.m., Kohm disease., disease, then please contact !. hunter safety certificates. Everyone in field Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center. Snowshoes ALS attacks nerve ceils in the Winning the Fight to fred out , Graeagle: must wear orange. Breakfast, lunch, dog provided for $1 donation. Free, open to brain and spinal cord. These more about this research and New Year's Eve party, Longboards Bar & Grill. handlers, warm-up skeet shoot provided. To walkers 8 and up, no children in carriers, nerves control the movement of how you can help. Go to Five-course dinner with complimentary respond (required by Dec. 19): Steve and Registration required for large groups, not for the muscles, and as they begin, sparkling wine, dancing to classic rock with Angle Clark, 375-7019; Beverly Hardesty, individuals. Walks held weekends through to die, the muscles weaken and the Mudbone Band, Cocktails and appetizers 394-7276. April 5. For information: waste away. Eventually, those Write to Chuck Norris 7 p.m., dinner served 8 p.m. $99 per person.  http://1, 595-4480. with ALS die of respiratory ( with questions ,' Dance only: $10 cover charge after 10 p.m.  failure, about health and fiess. . For reservations: 836-1111.  In addition to the "Ice Bucket Challenge," awareness of ALS Copyright 2014 Chuck Norris Quincy: has also received a major boo : Distributed by creators.corn Happy Happy Joy Joy Family Band concert, 4 p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Tickets $10 presale, ' $12 at the door, $18 for both this show and Play celebrates 50 years ' Jan. 1 show. Quincy: 2015 dance class registration, noon - 4 p.m., Quincy: , Two NewYear'sparties, Quincy EIks Lodge. Rhythm & Grace Dance Studio in Plumas Pines "lnto the Woods" auditions, 7-9:30p.m., of love and marriage " New'York New Year's Eve dinner and Shopping Center. New adult classes available. Quincy High School cafeteria. Terry Gallagher celebration: $25 per person, hors d'oeuvres New students get free tote; existing students seeks actors for Feather River College and host bar 6 p.m.; dinner of prime rib or get free tote for adding class. Registration production of fairytale musical. Auditions The musical "I Do! I Do!" will Cornish game hen 7 p.m.; celebrate New continues Mon, Jan. 5, noon - 6 p.m. For include reading, prepared song (pianist play at Quincy's West End Year's Eve 9 p.m. with champagne; party information: available). Auditions repeat Jan. 14, 20, 21. Theatre starting with a New favors. Doors open to all for dancing with DJ, For information: Gallagher, 283-3418, Year's Eve show Dec. 31 at 7 p.m. Outlaw for free 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. Champagne, 260-3418. Opening night includes a toast at midnight. 249-3411. ^ a_..'ldL champagne toast and a special showing of "Dinner for One." "1 Do! I Do!" opening night, 7 p.m., West End The show continues in 2015 Theatre. Musical comedy celebrates love and Jan. 1 - 3 and 8 - 10 at 7 p.m. and marriage. Opening show includes champagne Jan. 4 and 11 at 2 p.m. toast, special showing of "Dinner for One." Tickets are $18 general Show plays through Jan. 11. Tickets $18 admission, $15 for students and general admission, $15 students and seniors seniors 65-plus. Tickets are 65-plus. Tickets available at Carey Candy Co., Quincy: available at Carey Candy Co., Epilog Books, Quincy: 2015 labor law update, 10 a.m. - noon, Epilog Books and Quilting class begins, 5 - 8 p.m., Plumas Bank Mineral Building at Plumas-Sierra County administration building on Central Avenue. Fairgrounds. Business and Career Network The story of a marriage is at Real-life couple James and ', Quincy Crazy Quilters group presents six-week presents workshop covering labor law the center of"I Do! I Do!," an Carolyn Shipp stars in "1 Dol I '.' course for novice quilters taught by Carolyn changes. $39 per person. For information: intimate and nostalgic work by Do!" at the West End Theatre ,' Kenney. $25 per student, plus supplies. Joelle Breazier, 283-1606. Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones. in Quincy. Photo courtesy West :i Students must have sewing machine. Space is Producers report this delightful End Theatre ' limited. For information, to preregister  musical is a two-character comic ,': (required): Kenney, 283-2954.  tale that takes place from 1895 to together. The audience watches '.' 1945. It follows one couple as they go through their ., Quincy: through 50 years of love, wedding-night jitters, raise a ,: Happy Happy Joy Joy Family Band concert, 7 quarrels and marriage. The family and negotiate midlife -, p.m., Town Hall Theatre. Tickets $10 presale, original Broadway production crises. :..7 $12 at the door, $18 for both this show and received seven Tony Award Real-life sweethearts James ,' Dec. 31 show. nominations, and Carolyn Shipp star in this '. Quincy: "I Do! I Do!" is a deeply charming tale. The two recently : Quilting class, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Plumas touching story of two soul mates celebrated their one-year .... Lake Almanor: Charter School. One-day class beginner-level navigating the perils of life anniversary. They share a Peninsula Firemen's Association annual Crab class presented by Mona Hill. $15 plus together. The show begins with passion for the arts, community .,, Feed fundraiser; 5 p.m. social, 6 p.m. dinner; supplies; students must have sewing machine. Michael and Agnes Snow on and, of course, each other. This '' Station No. 2 at 801 Golf Club Road. Crab, Space is limited. For information, supply list, their wedding day. Their Vows is why, as director Jeff Bryan ." salad, bread, dessert, coffee, no-host bar. preregistration (required): Hill, 283-1736. behind them, they look forward states, "Their chemistry is pure , Tickets $40 per person, available 8 a.m. - 4 to spending the rest of their lives magic on stage." " Quincy: p.m. at Station No. 2, Rouland Insurance - Fourth annual disposal of Christmas trees, 10 Agency at 650 Main St., Chester (ask for o o P = =   "  '= = ="=" ' = =""= 1 " a.m. - 2 p.m., drop off at corner of Highway Kelly). Seating limited; all ticket sales final. 70 and South Redberg (Skip's 4x4, Jeff's For information, tickets: Holly, 259-2306. e | SENIOI Wednesday, Jan. 7 Baked ham, green salad, | ": Diesel, Great Northern). $10 minimum  scalloped potatoes, steamed ' donation. Quincy Little League provides Quincy: | broccoli, pears, roll | " service as fundraiser for new uniforms, All-you-can-eat biscuits and gravy breakfast, 8 Monday, Jan. 5 .' equipment. To call for pickup (Dec. 26 - Jan. - 11 a.m., Feather River Grange Hall. United | Quiche, spinach salad, | ', 3): Michelle Morrison (Quincy), 283-3322; Bikers of Northern California presents mandarin oranges, french Thursday, Jan. 8 Dustin Vert (East Quincy), 394-7349. fundraiser for local veterans, other local I bread, oatmeal cookie White chili, spinach orange | 7, salad, roll, custard | :, | Tuesday, Jan. 6 Friday, Jan. 9 | Meatloaf with brown gravy, | ' mashed potatoes, Brussels Baked fish, green salad, | sprouts, apricots, roll riceSteamedpilaf,CarrtSjuice and peas, | ! ! :Vegetarian Meal; Healthy Heart Meal | ***This item's rnenu may contain over 1,000 mg of Sodium | :, Nutrition sites: Chester, 394-?636; Quincy, 283-0643; Greenville, " | 284-6608 (day before for reservation); Portola, 832-4173; Blairsden| , - open Wed. only, call 832-4173 Tuesday for reservations. Suggested[ | donation $2.50 for 60 yrs & older. One guest may accompany each| ; - senior, $6 mandatory charge. Menus may change. 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