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2A Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress First-time summer ac!iV!aties planned for Lake A!manc, r ..- res en C aO 'S' and Y' teac ac asso torequeS aema Drake, Ryan Wednesday Thursday registration form, enjoy individuals to the Burnett and Charlie Plopper of during the months of July and arpd01@frontier.com, healthy benefits of this new the Lake Almanor Watershed August. Parent volunteer outdoor recreational Group are pleased to share that Bridget Isham is coordinating Pink ladies, blue gents opportunity. work to formalize a trail system this wonderful program. The The annual Seneca Hospital re The Decades Bike Ride [s NORTH COUNTY within the Basin is district is incredibly excited Auxiliary Game Day will be of event volunteers host this based on the popular Tweed ALMANAC continuing, about the program and theheld Friday, June 27, in the amazing event. Ride hosted in Chico each year. The group last met Monday, calendar of activities isLake Almanor Country ClubEach year, more then 300 Instead of tweed, Decades M. KATE WEST June 2, in the conference room highly fluid with the almost clubhouse, dedicated cyclists arrive in this year will be all about the Staff Writer inside the Almanor Basin daffy adding of new classes. This highly popular eventthe community to partake in costumes, bicycles and ChesterNews@plurnasnews.corn Community Resource Center. Looking for a way to will begin at 10 a.m. andthe breathtaking and highly attitudes of the Roaring 1920s. In looking forward, groupentertain yourself, your children features the activities of party scenic cycling experience. Do your research, find your Not only did the daffy consensus was reached in the or your grandchildren? This bridge and Mexican train.The event offers a choice of costume and stand by for temperatures of last weekend forming of a work plan. program is just what you need! Play will be followed by a three rides of three different more updates as they become rise -- the lineup of amazing Among the first steps will be At last look,the calendar of chicken Caesar salad and a distances. One course covers available. programs and events that will the identification of existing activities includes Spanish, delicious dessert prepared by Chester Park to Warner soon be taking flight in the trails, mapping and the design fishing, beading, fencing, sign David Price. Valley and back; one is a How to contribute Lake Almanor Basin alsoof a recreational trails plan. language, watercolor art,Generous cash prizes will34-mile course around Lake As we move through the heated up. The group will be meetingnature walks, museum tours, be awarded for first through Almanor; and the full century high season keep your eye on AS of this publication we in the ABC center conference bird watching, photography fourth place and prize ride takes the most this column for news of are nearly at the halfway room on the first Tuesday of and so much more. drawings for themed baskets adventuresome from the upcoming activities, point through the month of each month, at 6 p.m. The one-hour classes will be put together by the members Chester Park to Warner photographs and special June and will be looking The Lake Almanor Basin repeated on the same day and will complete this alwaysValley, around the lake via reports on past events from forward to the amazing Trails Exploratory Committee time each week during thefun-filled event benefiting the Taylorsville and back. ourcommunities, activities that will be part of is a standing committee of the month. The structure of the auxiliary scholarship fund. For more information about If your club, church or the annual Fourth of July Almanor Recreation and Park classes has one activity or For bridge reservations call this exciting event email other organization has a celebration in Lake Almanor. District. education piece flowing into Julie Azevedo at 259-2315, info@lakealmanorarea.com, special happening coming up, As the weeks pass you can For more information about the r ext. Mary Williams at 259-4212 or *** share the details and expect this column to offer a this all-volunteer activity, Cost for a single monthlyRoberta Carlson at 259-3426. Also on the lineup for photographs by dropping an special highlight of the many contact David Slusher at class is $25. For each For Mexican train call cycling fun is the newly email at chesternews@ activities that are brought to 258-7750. additional class series, after Peggy Wright at 259-3276 or created Decades Bike Ride plumasnews,com or by you by our local service the initial pre-registration, Carolyn Willhoit at 259-4637. that is set for Aug. 9 on the leaving a voicemail at organizations, nonprofits and the cost reduces to $20. The cost for play and lunch West Shore Trail. 258-3115, ext. 202. Include special districts. Drop-in participants are is $35. This is a free event that is your name and telephone In closing off, I'm sending welcome at $10 a class, being sponsored by Almanor number or email along with my congratulations to the For more information about Spinning wheels Recreation and Park District the information you would graduating classes at both the program, to volunteer to The community is only to provide an opportunity for like to share. Chester High School and Chester Elementary School! Happy trails! Lake Almanor Basin Trails Exploratory Committee New summer activities! For the first time in more years then you can count, a variety of new daffy summer activities is going to be available to children, adults and guests in the Lake Almanor Basin. The Almanor Recreation and Park District will be hosting hourly activity classes (530) 258-2261 ster branch lead the rest with 266 pounds Debra Moore More than 1,600 pounds community in donating and schools is remarkable. Staff Writer were collected in the peanut butter for the drive," Together, we make a difference!" dmoore@plumasnews.com following breakdown: said Andrew Ryback, PlumasIn Quincy, the 249.5 pounds Chester -- 266 Bank's president and chiefrepresents 172 jars, which Plumas Bank customers Quincy -- 249.5 executive officer. "Together, Kitty Gay says will be put to deposited more than money Susanviile -- 219 we were successful, as 1,686 good use at the food bank. last month -- they brought in Fall River Mills -- 189.9 pounds of peanut butter are "It goes into every bag that jars of peanut butter. Portola -- 186 being distributed throughout we hand out," Gay said. CAN, It was part of a month-long Tahoe City -- 176.4 Plumas Bank's service area to the Community Assistance campaign to support local Greenville -- 155 families in need by various Network, usually buys 10 cases food banks and pantries in the Administration -- 84.7 local food pantries and of peanut butter at a time -- communities the bank serves. Truckee -- 59.3 organizations?' 240 jars -- which represents The bank undertook a Alturas -- 55 He continued, "The results about a one-month supply. peanut butter drive in Redding-- 26 were phenomenal and we Since many people donated advance of the summer Kings Beach -- 19.25 extend our gratitude to all large jars, those will be given months so that food pantries "When we launched this those who donated peanut to large families. would be stocked with a campaign we wanted to putbutter. The philanthropicGay said that the food bank kid-friendly and nutritious the spotlight on our area's spirit and generosity of our relies on peanut butter and item. ..... hunger issue and engage the clients, employees, localcans of tuna as its primary businesses, organizations, protein to distribute. (Sponsored by the Seneca Healthcare District Auxiliary) June 2,3,4 Wednesday and Thursday Third, Fourth Week of June June 17,18,19 June 23,24,25 Almanor inic Time: 7:00 am to 9:00 am Blood Draws- (No appointment necessary) Laboratory Testing- Requires 10-12 hr fasting (water is allowed during the fasting period). Testing includes: CBC-Complete blood count without differential CMP-Comprehensive Metabolic Panel LIPIDS-Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL-cholesterol, calculated LDL'cholesterol (Cardiac Risk) TSH-Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Price = $60.00 ***Men- Total PSA testing may be added for $20.00*** Low Cost Imaging Studies / Osteoporosis Screening by Limited DEXA Scan $110.00 Bilateral Screening Mammography Exam $110.00 (No augmentation of any kind, no history of breast cancer or palpable lumps) Sign up for your imaging studies appointment at these special low prices during the above dates and times in June at the Wellness Screening. Wellness Testing and Exams Reports will be mailed to you. Please make an appointment with your primary care physician if you have questions regarding your tests results. For more information call: Michaele 258-2067 HATCHET MTN. FOREST PRODUCTS .... Custom made from ~ ~ .,~ ', Local California Woods e, Flooring and Stairs Plank Paneling Natural Edge Wood Slabs - Log Milling 530-337-6920 Montgomery Creek, CA 96065 www.hatchetmountainwoods.com American Hamilton Branch Firebelles Benefiting Hamilton Branch Fire Department Thursday June 19, 2014 11:00am $10 Tickets For Ticket Sales Call: Ann Zeller: 596-4483 Cheryl DuFay: 596-4186 Bake Sale & Drawing for Prizes