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4A Wednesday, Jan..8, 2020 Cribbage club says v hello to new players At our Saturday, Dec. 14, tournament we had 15 . ' players with three guests: Andrew Woodruff from Satley, Don' Judson from Clio and Zach Revene from Quincy. We also had four visitors (members of other grassroots clubs) from the Reno Club: Beverly Castillo, Ray Peterson, Les Rasmussen and Mike Nesbit who now lives in Quincy and is the newest member of the Graeagle Peggers. Welcome Mike! . Ron Morgan, as he has done so many times, took first with 16 games points earned by virtue of seven wins on the day. - Castillo came in second with a solid performance pegging her way to 14 game points over six wins. Susan Terry came in. third posting a nifty 13/6 scorecard just edging out Peterson, who also had a 13/ 6 score, but had a spread of plus-71 points and Susan’s spread was plus-74! Two other players, Rasmussen and Revene, scored 12 points each. Les had played 14 consecutive maer 974% 24% weeks without getting any ACC lifetime points so this was a real breakthrough for him. Revene has played as a guest and has received tips from his opponents, but now that he has scored a 12-point scorecard, he is on his own. According to the official American Cribbage Congress rules, a guest of a grassroots club may play up to four weeks or until they score 12 or more points in a tournament and receive helpful tips from their opponents. After four weeks, a guest must then join the ACC and the local graSsroots club. There were three 4-of-a-kind hands, two posted by Steve Frank and one by Castillo. The two drewfor high card to determine the winner of the side pot and Steve drew a 6 and an 8 and Beverly drew a 9 to claim the 4-of-a-Kind Pot which had rolled over for a third week! Nice going Beverly! There were four 24-hands dealt during the tournament See Peggers, page 6A at music starts 6pm 1/10 - Hank Alrich 1/17 - Penny Dude 1/24 - Kaline LeCoq 1/31 - Lost Sierra Ramblers Quincg Live Music 438 Main St., Quincy, CA ' 530.283.9380 [III/tinny In (HUVOI'A/IEV A Postal Service: USPS (No. 775-460.) ,How to contact us: (530) 283-0800. serving Plumas and Lassen counties. P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971. Indian Valley Record- Serving dreenviiiea Indian valley Periodicals postage paid at Greenville, CA. Published: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing Co. Inc. Mailing address: PO. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971. Email: mail@plumasnews.com; website: plumasnewscom Ownership and heritage: The Record was established Nov. 20, 1930. Published weekly. It is part of the Feather Publishing family of newspapers Deadlines: Display advertising: Thursday, 3 pm; legals: Thursday, noon; display classified: Thursday, 3 pm; news: Friday, noon; classified reader ads: Monday 9 am; To subscribe: Call (530) 283-0800, use the handy coupon below or send email to subscriptions@plumasnews.com. Adjudication: The Indian Valley Record is adjudicated a legal newspaper by Superior Court Decree No. 5462 and qualified for publication of matters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Postmaster: Send change of address orders to the Indian Valley Record, Breaking news: Anytime! Michael C. Taborski Co-Owner/Publisher ‘ Keri Taborski Co—Owner/Legal Advertising O In County $40 per year Name Patty Dailey Advertising Mary Newhouse Human Resource Director, Jenny l-ee Debra Moore Classified/Ciro. Manager Photo Edltor Managing Editor . Eva Small Me u ton Cobey Brown _ Stag Welter Vice Pres/Operations Graph'CS Dept. Manager @901 Member, . INTED wrrii ’- California Newpaper prime on Publishers Assoc. recycled paper Subscription Order Form Indian Valley Record PO. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971 Please enter my subscription for o Enclosed find my check for$ O In California $50 per year. Tom Forney Production Manager years. 0 Out of State $60 per year Address City, State, Zip Subscriptions can be transferred, but not refunded. Indian Valley Record Busy pegging, away Saturday are Graeagle Grassroots Cribbage Club season leaders Susan Terry, right front, with 117 points to date, and Brad. Archer, left, with 98 points. Behind him are Steve Frank and Beverly Castillo. Next to Terry is Janet Miller and behind her is Don Judson. Photo submitted I from page 3A I Honor Band for $1,500 to support the students’ expenses of traveling to competitions. Student Tristan McMichael, a junior, wrote to the foundation for assistance and McKeown said the board was impressed with his initiative. Another example of a special grant supported by the Common Good was the March 2019 community showing of the film “RBG” about the life and career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second female Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. That event was held in» collaboration with Plumas Arts to honor Women’s History Month. Special guest Wendy (Webster) Williams, Ginsburg’s autobiographer, spoke to the packed audience. Williams grew up in Quincy and is a Quincy High graduate. . Board of directors McKeown serves as founder and president for the nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and operates in a very lean fashion with volunteer board members Secretary Carol Snow, Treasurer Jeanne Fagliano and board member Susan Christensen. The foundation’s website is an onoouont resource, both for applicants and donors, and explains that administrative expenses are “kept to an absolute minimum. 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