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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011 3A Ride attracts international crowd Chester veterinarian Roberta Wiederholt sings the national anthem to an international crowd during the North American Greenville Rotary member and trail master Kassandra Tucker Endurance Team Challenge opening ceremony Sept. 23 in explains features, like the major switchback climb dubbed Greenville. See page lC in the Sports and Recreation section for "The Zipper," to riders who might not have participated in the results and more information. Patriot Day Rides earlier in the month. Equestrian teams from around the world gather to listen while Mountain Maidu elder Lorena Gorbet describes the creation story and history of the first inhabitants of the mountains, meadows and other sacredsites that riders will traverse during their lOO-mile trek. Photos by Alicia Knadler Mirrors for ed "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is fairest of them all?" Feather River Fine Arts Guild spokesperson Betty Bishop asked as she explained the guild's latest fundraiser: "Mirrors for Education." A drawing for this one-of-a-kind mirror will be held at the end of the football season. Tickets sell for $1 each or six for $5. Proceeds from ticket sales will support Chester High School's industrial and fine arts program. The mirror frame was made by the CHS construction class and painted by art guild member artist Jacquie Cordova. Peterson Glass donated the glass. The mirror is currently on display at Plumas Bank; tickets are available at the teller counter. Photo by M. Kate West Waterfowl banquet The California Waterfowl The chapter's well-known Association is celebrating its 20th anniversary by ~hosting a Chester-Lake Almanor, West- wood and Susanville chapter banquet Oct. 15. The banquet, which is being catered by the Chester Lions Club, is open to the public. The evening features assorted appetizers and a steak and prawn feed with all the fixings. The Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce and VisitOrs Bureau will provide an open bar and alcohol pro- ceeds will benefit the annual Lake Almanor Fourth of July fireworks fund. auction and prize drawings offer wildlife art, hunting trips and fine sporting mer- chandise. This year, the local chapter is offering additional "ladies only" and kids' prize draw- ings. The event will be held at the Almanor Recreation Center, at 450 Meadowbrook Loop in Chester.Seating is limited to the first 150 ticket holders. For more information about the banquet, for tickets or to . make an auction donation call Kelly Sanders at 519-6071 or Missi Nelson at 310-4112. 1 Accounting and Tax Services I a,e Tax R,0 I I Individual Business N0n-Pr0fit I I Bookkeeping Payroll Notary Taxes I I Mary Cheek, EA, CPA I I Certified Public Accountant I I Licensed to.practice by the IRS I / 258-1040 30 Willow St., Chester (Next to Chevron) Over 18 years experience J MaryCheekCPA@Fr0ntierNet.Net Edward Jones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTIN(~ i tyPesetting@ p umasnews.com Riders and members of their support staff who represent the Pacific Northwest line up for grand entry and introductions during the opening ceremony. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. -M-F 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.o :Sat. 258-2261. 271 Main St., Suite"A" Chester Order prescriptions on-line, e-maih chester@lassendrug.com YOU CAN'T CONTROL THE WORLD BUT YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR DECISIONS. Call today to find out how you should approach swings in the market. 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