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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 11, 2014 7C These two skaters get off on the right foot at the grand opening of the new roller skating rink located in Serpilio Hall at the fairgrounds last Saturday. The new rink will be open select days through the year. Photos by James Wilson James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plu July 11-12-13-18-20-25-26-27 The youth of Plumas County can't complain about August having nothing to do 1-2-3-22-23-24-29-30-31 anymore. The Quincy Roller Skating Rink opened its September doors last Saturday at 7 p.m. 5-6-7-19-26-28 in Serpilio Hall at the October Plumas-Sierra County 3-4-5-24-25-26-31 Fairgrounds with a positive reception. November Organizers Puna Lekina 7-8-9-14-15-16-21-22-23- and Sara Wilkerson Patrick 28-29-30 worked on getting the rink up to opening conditions December over the last few weeks, The 12-13-14-19-20-21-26-27-28 rink's opening wasalso On Fridays when the rink made possible by the support is open, the hours are 4 - 6 of the fairgrounds and the p.m. and 8 - 10 p.m. Eastern Plumas Chamber of Saturdays the rink will be Commerce. open noon - 2 p.m., 4 - 6 p.m. It appears that the rink is and 8 - 10 p.m. here to stay, with a schedule Sundays the rink will be that runs through the rest of open 3 - 5 p.m. and 6 - 8 p.m. the year. Because it is on the Admission is $5 and skates fairgrounds, however, it are available to rent for an won't have a normal weekly additional $2. Groups of five schedule. Following is the cost $25, with skates 2014 Quincy Roller Skating included for free. Spectators Rink schedule, are free. June 7-8-13-14 Rink organizers Puna Lekina, left, and Sara Wilkerson Patrick stand in front of a fresh supply of roller skates. Admission to use the rink costs $5 and skate rentals cost an additional $2. S ierra Valley tra p team wins big Hayden Ketchum, left, and Zane White pose after finishing first in their divisions at the Sierra Valley Gun Club's youth shoot May 31. Photo submitted The Sierra Valley youth trap team held a California Youth Shooting Sports Association shoot May 31. A total of 145 youth shooters, accompanied by parents and coaches from northern California, came to the Sierra Valley Gun Club to participate in the event. Winning first place were Sierra Valley's owla Hayden Ketchum and Zane White. Ketchum shot an amazing 99 (out of 100) to win the varsity division. White initially tied with an Auburn shooter with a 95. After shooting 25 straight in a shoot-off, White walked away with first place in the intermediate advanced division. The team, coaches and parents couldn't be more proud of these two shooters, say organizers. The trap team will travel to Stockton June 12 - 15 for the CYSSA state shoot. Tigers receive giant check Members of Portola's football team accept a giant check from Bi-State Propane for giveaway tickets at Friday night home games this past year. Presenting the check manager Dave Shelton and Toni Gearhart. Photo submitted $967. The money was raised by selling to Portola football is Bi-State Propane Puzzle #3048-D Difficult Sudoku Solution #3047-D 61 7259834 598143672 43267891 5 973586241 84571 2396 261 394587 1 26937458 354821 769 789465123 "Z-Z-Zoom!" Across 1 Farm building 5 "Lama Ding Dong" 9 Stuns 14 Black and white cookie 15 Australian birds 16 Coral island 17 Aquarium swimmer named for an animal on land 19 Took without asking 20 .,__ in a million (rare) 21 Throw.trash on the ground 23 __ out a living 24 Cracker type 26 Actress Bancroft or Heche 28 Donkey's sound 29 Nose, eyes, etc. 31 Self-importance 34 Twelve 37 __ mignon 38 Baby doggie 39 Norse god 40 Ranted and tt 41 The Way We" 42 Howard or Paul 43 Watch brand 44 TV show they've already shown before 45 Dog's bark 46 Beers 47 Brooks or Gibson 48 Land measurement 50 Shop class noisemakers 54 __ Lisa (famous painting) 56 Harsh sound 59 Last month: abbr. 60 Country whose capital is New Delhi 62 Renee of Hollywood 64 Strict 65 Having the power 17 m m 2O m m 24 34 35 m m 42 m 45 54 55 m m 60 66. Donated 67 Songs for one person 68 Tampa Bay's baseball team 69 Got larger Down 1 Fools 2 Stadium 3 Fight back 4 Neither here __ there 5 Make more elegant 6 Not much 7 Has to g Tennis great Arthur 9 The, in German 10 When some local news shows begin 11 Worker with animals 12 Fashion magazine m mm 6 7 8 29 30 ~m 37 50 m 57 58 m mm 62 65 . m mm 68 m mn 13 Wintertime transportation 18 Creature from outer space 22 Went quickly 25 At that point 27 Badminton barrier 29 Bills with Lincoln on them 30 "Jeopardy!" host Trebek 32 Wise one 33 Sign on a store 34 "the Explorer" 35 Unpleasant scent 36 Wine store choice 37 Renown 40 Agitates 41 Use a blowtorch 43 Road goo 32 33 52 53 m m 44 Extend your magazine subscription 47 Trees used in syrup- making 49 Egypt's capital 50 Actress Field or astronaut Ride 51 Allan Poe 52 Christopher of "Superman" 53 Nail's cousin 54 Hit or 55 Not fooled by 57 Former Russian ruler 58 McEntire of country 61 Part of Q&A 63 McMuffin