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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Wednesday, July 10, 2013 9A i' ' ,~,~-~ ~ :ii~i Tl[~.%~lhots~, dlc~slootis ~..~ [~ Six-year-old Gavin Beane, of Chester, accepts a $3,000 donation from the Lake Almanor Snowmobile Club on June 30 for use in covering expenses related to receiving a service dog. From left: parents Stephanie and Cyrus Galvin, vice president Jenni Cesarin, secretary-treasurer Kathy Donley, president Tom Gaither and Beane. Photo by Samantha P. Hawthorne receives large S ervl ion Samantha P. Hawthorne Staff Writer shawthorne@plumasnews.com Six-year-old Gavin Beane received a $3,000 souvenir check from the Lake Almanor Snowmobile Club on June 30. The club's Feb. 16 Poker Run was dedicated to Beane, who suffers from two forms of epilepsy. The real check, which came from a portion of the proceeds collected during this year's run, was cove some of the expenses associated wffh his service dog. Local businesses and club members not only volunteered their time to support the fundraising efforts, many also donated money and items that went into a silent auction and giveaway. This effort contributed to the large sum collected on Beane's behalf. The club also acknowledged the support of the community, and Beane was so excited at the time of presentation that he lugged his souvenir check all over Foxwood Pavilion, only setting it down long enough to play in the playground. Maybe he 's , looking for wood for a new ) cane at... Tum.a.lum Johnsfonville Rdl Susonville in The North State Food Bank and Quincy Community Assistance Network have scheduled a Tailgate Food Giveaway • for Friday, July 12, 9 a.m. - noon at St. John's Catholic Church at 176 Lawrence St. in Quincy. The program is open to any low-income Plumas County resident in need of food. Food will be distributed while supplies last. No guarantee is made of adequate supply. The service is made possible by Quincy CAN, St. John's Catholic Church, California Emergency Foodlink of Sacramento and Community Action Agency of Butte County Inc. through its North State Food Bank. Representatives will be available to assist the public. Information about other Community Action Agency programs will be available as well. For more information, contact Adam Kingsley at 712-2600 or Kitty Gay at 283-2041. Motorists hould expect Hwy 299 delays The California Departmerit of Transportation (Caltrans) District 2, along with contractor Hat Creek " Construction and Materials Inc. from Burney, is making safety improvements to State Route 299 in Modoc County beginning next week. Work on the $1 million Heard Ranch Curve Realignment Project beganlarge curve in the area and July 8. One-way traffic replacing five existing control, with a pilot car, will culverts. Work is expected to go into effect July 15, 24 continue through August. hours a day, near Alturas to Caltrans reminds all 0.9 miles west of Crowder drivers to move over if safe Flat Road. Motorists can or slow down when they see expect delays of up to 10 Caltrans vehicles flashing minutes along the half-mile warning lights along the side length of the project, of the highways, and to Crews will be improving a "Sl w for the Cone Zone." Dr. Nick Bauter, D.D.S., M.S.D. Susanville Orthodontic Care Building Beautiful Smiles " 720 Ash St., Suite A, Susanville 257.-4455 Seneca tea thcare District • Inpatient/Outpatient Surgery • Dietetics • Diagnostic Radiology • Mammography Screening • Endoscopy Lab • Ultrasound • Complete Laboratory • Sierra Hospice • Pain Management • Outpatient Physical Therapy • CT Scanning • Skilled Nursing Facility • Bone Mineral Density • Orthopedics • Comprehensive Acute and Outpatient Services. • Dermatology • Respiratory Therapy 130 Brentwood Drive, Chester A public entity providing health care services. Lassen Community College GSS-52BR-M8508 Firearms Training is the CCW Renewal Course rday, July 20th .8 am - 4 pm Class will be held at the Rice Canyon Range GSS-52B-M8006 is the Thursday & Firearms Training Initial Friday August 8th. Evenings This lecture portion of the class will be held in the Vocational/Technical Building, Room VT 101 Thursday and Friday evening from 6:00 pm to 9:50 pro. The 8 hour lab portion will be held at the Rice Canyon Range located 1.7 miles past High Desert State Prison on Rice Canyon Road, Susanville or Saturday, August 10% For More Information Contact Kel Freitas at 530.251.8800 or kfreitas@lassencollege.edu Classes will be cancelled unless students are pre-registered LAEBEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE www.lassencollege.edu 478-200 Hwy. 139, Susanville, CA 96130