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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress e Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009 3A Continued from page 2A. The Chester Elementary School winter concert offered special performances by students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Music director Marsha Roby and teacher John Goolsby manage the sheet music for the students playing recorders for this selection. There is nothing like spend- ing time outside during the winter to breathe in the crisp air and enjoy the winter won- derland on snowshoes. The Eagle Lake Ranger District will begin its winter snow- shoe walk and education pro- grams in January. "This is a great opportunity for people to try a new activi- ty and learn more about the forest and wildlife in winter," said Jill Poulsen of the Eagle Lake Ranger District. Walks will be held Satur- days, Jan. 9, 16 and 23, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participants will meet at the Eagle Lake Ranger District office.. Interested participants are advised to call and reserve space for the walks and to bring a hat, gloves, water, snacksl snow boots and sun- glasses and to dress in layers. The Forest Service will pro- vide snowshoes. Additional snowshoe walks are available by special re- quest for school and educa- tional programs. Cross-coun- try skiers are welcome to join the walks. Call the Eagle Lake Ranger District at 257-4188 for information and to sign up. Your Community Gym * Public Welcome 2009 Chester High School graduate Johanna Metcalf'helped keep the rhythm flowing during the Dec. 18 winter concert at Chester Elementary School. Photos by M. Kate West Bringing important court services to your community: • File court documents" • Mediation services • Spanish assistance • Accept payments for traffic tickets & fines • Legal information, family law facilitator, self help attorney Wednesday, January 6 Doyle 10am - 12pro Senior Citizen Center Wednesday, January 6 Herlong l:30pm - 3-30pro - Family Resource Center Wednesday, January 13 Westwood 10am- 12pm Visitors Center Friday, January 15 Bieber llam- lpm Veteran's Memorial Building For mo e information or to schedule apl ointments, call 251-8353 t I I Step Aerobics • Core Training • Yoga • High Intensity Training Open 5:00am - 8:00pm ~ Monday - Saturday For more information • 'FITNESS IS FOR EVERY "BODY" CYBEX Circuit of Strength Training Equipment • Fully Equipped Weight Training Room Complete Selection of Cardio Equipment • Vitamin & Sportswear Shop 160 Cedar St., Chester • 258-3900 • Come see us, as we've settled into l Collision Repair ,, tom. PaJ t1 Insurance Work. Classw Cars Mike & Sheryl Moser Owners Cory Miller Master Technician Juan Castro Technician in Beginning Wednesday January 6th, 20 10, Waste Management will be replacing the existing recycling baskets with an enhanced 64-gallon rolling cart for all recycling material. This increased volume allows for more material, and less frequent collection, leaving less wear and tear on the roads, and an overall reduction in our carbon footprint. In addition, the rolling carts are easy to use and are far more efficient for collection. When: Wednesday January 6th (and possibly 20th). What= Replacing existing recycling baskets with blue 64-gallon rolling carts. ~ ~ /,PR MAY 19 ~ 16 m lS I-rom everyday collection to ~ ~ ~ ~ EO~ cnv~rom~enlal proleclam 6 3 s 2 Thmk green ~o "" i~ 16 1 nmk Waste Mana~em~m Schedule: The new collection schedule will be the first and third week of each month (bi-weekly). Please see the calendar in this ad, as well as the magnet for your fridge attached toyour rolling cart. What Do Customers Need To Do Simply leave your recycling baskets out as normal on Wednesday January 6th, and Waste Management .will collect and replace them with a blue 64-gallon rolling cart. Attached to the cart will be information on the acceptable recycling materials, as well as a magnet with the collection calendar. For more information, please contact us at: Feather River Disposal, Inc. A Waste Management Company Serving Quincy, Greenville & Chester~Lake Almanor WASTE MANAGEMENT To send an obituary, birth, death notice or legal, please send it here: If you want to send a letter to the editor or a press release, please send it here: I|