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2A Wednesday, June 17, 2015 Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Thundershowers don't damp,00,n commz nity E00ve: t planning Unexpected showers accompanied by some impressive thunderclaps passed over the basin last week and produced a minor deluge. Unfortunately, it was all just a climatic tease. It was nice while it lasted, though. Surprising, too, given how hot and sunny the days have been. Still, that's mountain weather for you. Maybe a few storms over the summer would partly help relieve the drought and be a welcome change now and then. But despite the best prognostications the weather is often uncertain. What is certain, however, is the upcoming Fun Run race and Fourth of July parade on Main Street in downtown Chester that's just around the corner. I'll be snapping pictures, so wear your fmest patriotic (or funniest) outfflts! Hospice auction Plumas Bank in Chester will be hosting a silent auction benefitting Sierra Hospice. ALMANOR ALMANAC STACY FISHER Staff Writer chesternews@plumasnews.com Items will be on display for bidding starting Monday, June 29, until Thursday, July 2 (the bank is closed Friday, July 3, for the holiday), during business hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. "This is the first time we've had a silent auction for the hospice program," said Nora Hamilton, senior operations representative for Plumas Bank. "We thought it would be fun for individuals to come to the bank and make secret bids." A number of items are being donated from local merchants and basin artists. Also, one of the artists contributing to the auction is renowned ceramic artist Tom Wallick, whose workshop is located right next to the bank on Myrtle Street. ? Jesse Goolsby will be signing his debut novel, "I'd Walk With My Friends If I Could Find Them," on July 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Books & Beyond at 140 Main St. Photo submitted People can also make direct donations to Sierra Hospice if they don't see anything they wish to bid on. All proceeds from the auction go to Sierra Hospice. Book signing at Books & Beyond Jesse Goolsby will be signing his stunning debut novel, "I'd Walk With My Friends If I Could Find Them," on July 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Books & Beyond at 140 Main St. His novel tells the enthralling tale of three soldiers as they move inexorably toward, through and away from war-torn Afghanistan. "I,m fascinated with the compelling idea of what it means to be a human being that experiences war, but only as one important aspect of the wide range of experiences that make up a life," said Goolsby. Playing games Game Day event coordinator and Seneca Hospital Auxiliary member Julie Azevedo wants to remind everybody about the upcoming Game Day to be held at the Lake Almanor Country Club on June 26 at 10 a.m. Guests donate $35, which includes lunch and game Seneca Healthcare District June 2015 Wellness Screening (Sponsored by the Seneca Healthcare District Auxiliary) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday June 23 rd June 24 th June 25 th 6:00 am to 10:00 am Lake Almanor Clinic Blood Draws- Price = $60.00 (No appointment necessary) Requires 10-12 hr fasting (water is allowed during the fasting period). v CBO-Complete Blood Count without differential CMP-Comprehensive Metabolic Panel v' LIPIDS-Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL-cholesterol, calculated LDL-cholesterol (Cardiac Risk) v TSH-Thyroid Stimulating Hormone ***Men- Total PSA testing may be added for $20.00*** 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) Wellness Testing and Exams Reports will begiven to you by a LAC medical provider. Please make an appointment with your primary care physician if you have questions regarding your tests results. For more information call: 258-2073 Text Seneca to 72727 or Senecajobs to 72727 Another Wellness Screening will be offered in October. Dates to be announced. The Collins family is offering matching funds for the Save the Olsen Barn campaign through July 11. Left to right: Feather River Land Trust Development Director and campaign coordinator Karen Kleven; Terry Collins, of the Collins Pine Co., representing the Collins family; Save Olsen Barn Committee member Betty Bishop; and Ryan Burnett, Sierra Nevada director for Point Blue Conservation Science, member of the land protection committee for Feather River Land Trust, Photo by Stacy Fisher play, with a separate donation for the prize drawing to help raise funds for Auxiliary-sponsored scholarships that are awarded to graduating students. Azevedo adds that not only is she requesting that Auxiliary members participate in the fundraiser, but requests that community members and businesses attend and donate as well. LVNP receives trails grant Lassen Volcanic National Park is one of 37 national parks selected to receive a 2015 Active Trails grant from the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America's national parks and nonprofit partner to the National Park Service. Now in its seventh year, the Active Trails program supports healthy living by getting people out and active in national parks through projects that help restore, protect and/or create land and water trails across the country. In partnership with Latino Outreach of Tehama County and Latino Outdoors, Lassen Volcanic National Park invites all visitors to participate in the Reach Higher Trail Challenge, which encourages visitors to hike a greater number and variety of the park's more than 150 miles of trails, develop an awareness of the health benefits of hiking and connect fitness with food choices. The Reach Higher Trail Challenge kicked off Saturday, June 13, and is open to all individuals. Participants can pick up a brochure at any visitor station and complete at least three hikes to earn a free commemorative bandana. "The Reach Higler Trail Challenge is a great opportunity for both novice and experienced hikers to get outside and enjoy Lassen Volcanic National Park's spectacular volcanic landscape," said SuPerintendent Steve Gibbons. For campground openings, trail status, current conditions or to plan a trip, visit the park website at nps.gov/lavo or contact the visitor center at 595-4480 or lavo_information@nps.gov. Olsen Barn matching funds drive The Collins family is generously offering a $60,000 Hamilton Branch Firebelles & Annual Luncheon i Hamilton Branch Fire Hall Thurs. June 25, 2015 11am i Benefiting Hamilton Branch Fire Department $10 Tickets For ticket Sales Call: Cheryl: 596-4186, Ann: 596-4483 Bake sale & drawing for prizes matching gift to support the conservation of the Olsen Barn property. That means that any amount you donate will be matched 1:1. So if you donate $100 that amount will increase to $200 or if you give $10,000 the amount increases to $20,000. Most of the money to save Olsen Barn will come from individual donors, people lik e you who love the Feather River Region and want to be part of the effort to conserve meadows, wildlife and history for all people to enjoy. The time to participate in this matching opportunity will end July 11. You can donate online at http://bit.ly/lfcUgyL or by check, or through a stock or mutual fund donation. Contact Karen Kleven (283-5758) at Feather River Land Trust fpr, more information on how y0u:can" donate and be a part of saving an important habitat and historical site. How to contribute As we move through the high season keep your eye on this column for news of upcoming activities, photographs and special reports on past events from our communities. If your club, church or other organization has a special happening coming up, share the details and photographs by dropping an email at chesternews@plumasnews.co m or by leaving a voicemail at 258-3115, ext. 202. Include your name and telephone number or email along with the information you would like to share. Soldiers sought The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone who served in the Army's 2nd Infantry Division at any time. For information about the association and its 94th annual reunion in San Antonio, Texas, from Sept. 22 to 26, contact secretary- treasurer Bob Haynes at 2idahq@comcast. net or 224-225-1202. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR RETIREMENT! Brenl: rebb, DDS Your Friends at the Office of bne 00,mr- m ,y D itistry Arthur Abordo, DDS Katie Goodwin, RDH Rachael Goings, RDA Karen Grossjan, Office Mgr. General Dentistry Preventative Restorative Surgical & Cosmetic Surgery New Patients Welcome! 211 Laurel Lane, Chester 530-258-2201 I