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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, May 16, 2012 3A Muster awards 1 Indian Valley CSD delays rate-hike discussion VolUnteer firefighters of Indian Valley win trophies in three Coming Centennial Muster events, even though they pitted themselves against crews about two or three decades younger. They will host a Golden Muster event in honor of the 50th anniversary of Gold Digger Days in Greenville Saturday, July 21, a short time after the parade. Photo by Frank Camon Yard sales, bingo games raise money for event Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor aknadler@plumasnews.com split of each game pot, including a Ring of Fire game in honor of the unusu- al solar eclipse later that day. Yard sale and bake sale donations are sought for a chamber sale that will be located on the sidewalk in front of the Way Station, where proceeds will be collected to help pay for spe- cial additions to Gold Digger Days in July, such as a Friday night concert by Lacy J. Dalton. This will be the 50th an- niversary of the event, and the 150th for Greenville. Those interested in joining in on the great Indian Valley Treasure Hunt by having a participating yard sale should stop by the chamber by closing today, Wednes- day, May 16, or call 284-6633. Donations and bingo play- ers are being sought for two fund-raisers sponsored by the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce. The first is bingo before the solar eclipse, Sunday, May 20, at B p.m. Prizes will be an equal Plumas County WlC wins awarcl program solicits nomina- tions for this award from all of its 84 local agencies, and one agency is selected as a winner in each category. This honor recognizes the outstanding service and ded- ication of the local WIC staff, as well as the integrity of the program they run. Responsible for this excep- tional program are Katy Dyrr, WIC registered dietit- ian/coordinator; Carmen Lopez, WIC nutrition educa- tor; Pamela Nixon, program assistant/nutrition assis- tant; and Debbie Jones, pro- gram assistant/nutrition as- sistant. WIC provides vouchers for supplemental foods, nutri- tion education and breast feeding support for low/moderate income fami- lies. WIC serves pregnant, post-partum and breastfeed- ing women, and families with children from birth to age 5. This includes fathers, grandparents, guardians and foster parents. The Plumas County Women, Infants & Children (WIC) program was awarded the 2012 Best Practices Award for Excellence in Pro- gram Evaluation from the California state WIC pro- gram. Program staff received the award May 2 at the annu- al California WIC Associa- tion Conference in Palm Desert. This award brings statewide recognition to the Plumas County WIC program. The state WIC Visit us online at www.kqny.org! 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And, we'll inspect: • Tire Pressure • Alignment Wear • CV Axle Boots • Shocks/Struts • Serpentine Belt • Wiper Blades • Cabin Filter • Brake Fluid • Coolant Recovery Reservoir Fluid • Air Filter • Windshield Washer Fluid • Transmission Fluid • Power Steering Fluid • Differential Fluid Fast, Friendly Service! Monday- Friday 8am- 6pm • Saturday ?am- 5pm 116 E. Mmn, Quincy No.on;"oe"-er: 283 145,0 Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor" aknadler@plumasnews.com Indian valley residents on the water and wastewater systems have a short re- prieve before possible rate hikes. Directors of the Indian Valley Community Services District tabled their discus- sions on several topics so that an independent finan- cial review of the district could be completed. "If people in Greenville, Taylorsville and Crescent Mills would pay their bills we'd hav $50,000 more in the bank," finance commit- tee chairman Mike Yost said. "We're in this pot all to- gether," agreed Greenville resident after list, talk aboc owned sy: "We mi crease in one woul added b( Jane Bra Severa now have said, but any mon until they More tt publishin ment list like the delinque been met tots talk water an The ide pressure set of ne bills hon( have to bill for tl: There er in Ta ple, wh, sanitatio Bink Huddleston, ruing to directors t the community- tems. ;ht not need an in- 3reenville if every- 1 pay their bills," ard chairwoman ton Little. [ local properties liens on them, she :lirectors won't see y for the district sell. an once, the idea of g a delinquent pay- in the newspaper, county does with nt taxpayers, has tioned when direc- tbout all the unpaid sewer bills. i was to create peer of a sort, since one ighbors pays their ,rably, and now will nte up and foot the ose who don't. s one property own- 'lorsville, for exam- has never paid a bill and now owes about $10,000 to the district. Meanwhile, Little was pleased to report that several residents took advantage of dropped late fees during amnesty week last year, and several others are on pay- ment plans to reduce their debts. Barring special meetings, directors of the Indian Val- ley Community Services Dis- trict meet the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m., on a rotating basis at locations in Greenville, Crescent Mills and Tay- lorsville. For more information, call 284-7224. Over 25 continuous years Dr. JoI O.D. of serving the eye care needs of Plumas County. We are dedicated to offering friendly, quality, comprehensive eye care with leading edge technology and a caring staff. We offer comprehensive eye exams, an extensive selection of eye wear and contact lenses, glaucoma diagnosis and treatment and • cataract diagnosis and co-managing treatment. 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