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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 18, 2011 13B Colleagues honor Web b in Relay for Life Mona Hill Staff Writer mhill@plumasnews.com Shawn Webb was just that kind of guy. That&apos;s the con- sensus o.f three sheriff's office dispatchers Zoe Stancer, Rene McKinney and Casey Cooper -- and, apparently, of his fellow law enforcement officers. The trio has formed a new Relay for Life team, "Shawn Rocks On," to hon- or Shawn Webb, who died in February from brain cancer. The team name comes from a benefit the trio organized when Webb was ill: "Because Shawn Rocks." It all started when Pam Johnson dropped.a flyer in the dispatchers' in-box. Despite starting their fundraising efforts late, the women remain confident -- they're dispatchers who remain calm under pres- sure. As soon as deputies learned of the effort, they signed on, even the hard- core holdouts, saying, "Well, if it's for Shawn ..." a first for the far-flung department. The team has grown to 13 official members and an- other dozen or so "helpers." The team goal is $2,500, of which individual members pledge $100 each. The team's first fundrais- ing event is Saturday, May 28, which is, a combined car wash, bake sale and yard sale at the sheriff's office, 1400 E. Main St. in Quincy. Other events are planned, including an on- site fundraiser during the relay. For a fee, attendees can play "Rock Band" and "JusrDance," two of Webb's favorite video games. Wife Chrissy Webb said, "Shawn h aAa vibrant per. sonality .... goofy and fun to be armihd." It was harder for Stancer to say what it was about Webb that made her get in- volved she got a little weepy. McKinney jumped in with a story about when Webb was new to the de- partment. At the time McK- inney was eight months pregnant and, by her own account, crabby. She said Webb would appear at the door during the late night with treats, silently hold- ing them out, then wishing her a good night. She said, "He made everyone feel like they were his best friend." That got Stancer started on the Kenny Chesney tick- ets. Stancer knew Chesney was playing at Tahoe and "a bunch of us decided to get tickets." Somebody got started writing letters and ended up with two backstage passes for Chrissy and Shawn. Chrissy gave her ticket to Stancer so it was she and Shawn who went backstage to meet Chesney. They all laughed about the Christmas caroling in Meadow Valley. It seems Webb pulled a trailer around the community in the rain while several peo- ple on the hay-stacked trailer sang traditional Christmas carols. After several hours, they all went to have cocoa and soup. Cooper said their efforts were because of Webb; all agreed he inspired them to do this. Cooper has lost two fami- ly members to cancer and a third was recently diag- nosed with brain cancer. Chrissy Webb said, "Can- cer is part of everyone's lives, it touches everyone." Stancer chimed in with, "If Shawn were here, he'd do it." The others agreed, spontaneously quoting something Webb must have said often: "Let's just do it; what's the problem?" For the first time, the Plumas County Sheriff's ,Office is fielding a Relay fol Shown Rock On," in honor of Deputy Shawn Webb who died of brain cancer Chrissy Webb and team captains Cassie Cooper, Renee McKinney a Photo by Mona Hi Angels of Hope, Captain: Kathie Fancher Dream Team, Captain: Pare Johnson Footprints For Life, Ca ptain: Dana Lambert Graeagle Gophers #1, Captain! Nancy Clark Graeagle Gophers #2, Ca ptain: Kate Galaske LHS S Club, Captain: Angelina Folchi Lions Pride, Captain: Wayne Correll May Shown Rock On, Captain: Cassie Cooper North Fork Family Medicine, Captain:Jennifer Stites Portola Peppers, Captain: Pandora Valle Quincy High School, Captain: Isabella Brandes School Daze, Captain: Robert Hiss Sun Brats, Captain: Grace-Ann Mason Team Awesome (PHS), Captain: Vanessa Valle Team EPHC, Captain: Regina Martinez May Shawn Rock On Relay for Life team fundraisir When: Saturday, May 28, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Where: Plumas County Sheriff's Office, "1400 E. What: Car wash, bake sale, yard sale Other ways to donate: Drop off donations for the team at the sheriff during the Relay June 25, at Feather River Coil email plumascountyrelay@gmail.com or visit c, The Lake Almanor/Indian Valle) would like to thank everyone wh 3rd Annual NRA DiN Special thanks to the following: T-Town - Way Station Caterers, Indian Val ey Riq Nieki Smalley and the Indian Valley 4-H, Plumas T&A - Susanville, Robert Goings and Carr as well as the following donor. that helped make this event a succ Anna's Caf6 Main Stree Buffalo Chips Mandy Hov Chester True Value Mario Tadd Country Style Marsha Ch Delizio Construction Mi Casita Elaine's Wraps Evergreen Market Hillbilly Grill Holiday Market Howard Storage Hunter's Hardware Indian Valley Auto Parts & Pet Supply Karen Van Zandt Lake Almanor Bowl Lassen Gift Co. Main Street Coffee Bar Life team: "May :eb. 24. From lett: d Ze Stancer. Maln St., Quincy s office; come by age; mcer.org. Friends of NRA ) supported their ner, ling and Roping, E3ank - Greenville, )11 Zensius, ess: Dinner House ano onier Chester Mohawk Trading Nellz Town Iump Plumas Bark - Greenville R.C. Water Tender Riley's Jerky Robert Goings Seymour Smith Merr orial Run Sierra Lodg e The Sports Nut The Way Station Young's Market 4th l event SpsorshiP Opportunity: Jee pomor $50 (Previd logo te 0LUMA$PClICOM BY 3UI l,t,t) Q Count me/us in for 9olf: $85 x ( ) = I Not available fo golf,, but can give: $ Q Non-golfer dinner/s: $12 x ( ) = rCASA Court Appointed Special Advocate FOR CHILDREN PLUFFlAS CASA Individuals, pairs & teams are all welcome. NAME OF GROUP LEADER: EMAID ADDRESS: Player #1: Player #3: Player #2: Player #4: Dress code: collared shirt & no denim. CASA osks that this be o smoke free event. If you have questions, please contact: Tim Gallagher, (530) 283-3418, tgallagher@digitalpath.net P send your chk to: Plumas CASA, P.O. Box 1890, Quincy, CA 95971 Shawn and Chrissy Webb peclal Event Rentals Tables Chairs Chair Covers Linens China Chargers Flatware Food Service Glassware Tents Canopies Dance Floor Staging ' :r Wedding .Items Bar Equipment  5 Oellek Dr., Portola 530-832-545 /: Sat., May 21-* lOam - 5pm Sun., May 22 * lOam. 4pm :    .... Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds : l : : I  'I:I]  " "      -: l . Fairgrounds Rd., Quincy ;": i! !,  Drawings Lots of quilts l:},  :   in all shapes and sizes " l "  . ; : l:l     :. .: :: . :  ", '-,. "v.. -:i <:.: f.,. TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents I AM Tues, May 17 77 min. Documentary I Am is an utterly engaging anO entertaining non-fiction film that poses two practical and provocative questions: what's wrong with our world and what can we do to make it better? The filmmaker behind the inquiry is Tom Shadyac. one of Hol] ywood's leading comedy practitioners and the creative force behind such blockbusters as "Ace Ventura." "Liar. Liar," "The Nutty Professor" and "Bruce Almighty." However. m I Am, Shadyac steps in front of the camera m recount what happened to him after a cycling accident left him incapacitated, possibly for good. Though he ultimately recovered. he emerged with a new sense of purpose, determined to share his own awakening to his prior life of excess an d greed, and to investigate how he as an individual, and we as a race, could imProve the way we live and walk in the world. SCREAM 4 Thurs., May 19 & Fri., May 20 112 min. Rated R Horror Perennial survivor Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), now a succccssful se!f-hel p author, returns to her home town of Woodsbom in the fourth act of director Wes Craven's Scream franchise. Sidney's home- coming, however, coincides with a slew of unsettling new murderL The film also stars David Arquette, Courteney Cox Arquette, Emma Roberts and Rory Culkin. ili:i00, 00howsl7omni.h, 4pm matinee on Sundays Adults .................. '/.b, Students & Seniors .............. ,... 6.00 i HliLL IChildren ................ '5.00 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at, www.quincytownhall.com