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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 12, 2013 13B Amazing Animals This tiny bird seems oblivious to the fact it is being closely observed by golden retriever Flynn .... We want to publish your "Amazing Animal" shots. Submit your favorite photo and a description of the picture to On May 15 Friends of Plumas County Animals received a special use permit from the county allowing us to board and house animals at our site in East Quincy. We are now officially planning the second stage of refurbishing the building so that we can accommodate dogs and puppies in addition to the cats and kittens in our care. There is much to be thankful for -- the wonderful volunteers, the caring neighbors and public, the kind words of the county staff at the hearing and the never-ending help from countywide supporters. In the following weeks we will be building the dog facility in our building-- indoor living spaces, doggie doors, outdoor kennels and yards. Hopefully, dogs will be able to be housed and cared for by mid-summer at the facility. We are very excited about this expansion in caring for our county animals and invite you to be a part of this venture. If you have any interest in coming to walk the dogs in the evening, early ij Bennett patiently waits for some leftovers. to publish your "Amazing Animal" shots. II morning or during site hours and much appreciated coming to a close soon, June of 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. please call Required are a kind heart, a 15, and if you haven't had the the new site phone number, love of animals and a sense of chance to purchase a ticket 927-9485, and leave us a humor -- not necessarily in please come by the site or call message with your name and that order. Contact our for us to bring them to you. number. We will get back to volunteer coordinator, Dale The prizes -- the Sony you! Russell, at 283-3465 or leave a Blu-Ray DVD player, the Along with our new goals message at the site: 927-9485. dinner for two at Moon's and phone number, Friends Friends will be having aRestaurant arid the Pizza will also have new days of Yard and Bake Sale on June Factory pizza and movie operation beginning the 29 at the site: 2163 E. Main St. option -- are still out there week of June 16. From that in Quincy. If you would like and available for you to win! week on our site will be open to donate some treasuresFriends of Plumas County six days a week, from 11 a.m. please bring them by the site Animals is a 501(c)(3) to 3 p.m. -- closed on any day we are open. Please nonprofit corporation and all Mondays only. We are also mark your calendars and donations are tax-deductible. seeking new volunteers to .come by that day to play with No one in Friends gets a help with the animals and if the kittens, see the progress salary and no money is spent you are interested in possibly on the dog expansion while on administrative fees. staffing the sLte for ~ you and Friends is not a county..~:~ two-hour shift any cay we are snacking. It will be a fun day. entity. Donations can be sent open that would be vonderful Our prize giveaway is to Friends, P.O. Box 182, Soroptimist International of Quincy , 13th Annual :: ~i-~ ~' 4~i~ 2 ~ ~ ..... Incredible Edible Don't miss this one! There will be refreshments along the route and beautiful gardens to entice you to grow your own flowers, vegetables and more ... J Saturday, June 15, 2013 9am-lpm [ slO now s12 at the gate A great drawing with your gardening interests in mind Tickets available at the following locations: OUINCY: LA CASA BELLA QUINCY HOT SPOT" RANCHITO MOTEL GREAT NORTHERN HAIR Co. EPILOG BOOKS ' GRAY S FLOWER GARDEN CAREY CANDY CO. GRAEAGLE/BLAIRSDEN/PORTOLA: EASTERN PLUMAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CRAZYBLOOMS FLORIST" ADDIE"S FLORAL COTTAGE" PLUMAS BANK For more information, contact Billie Bequette at 283-0957 or any Soroptimist member. /Bow Wow At Nakoma Gor~f~ R~SO~ "Cure' n The Blues" A benefit for H(gh Sierra AnimalPcscue Saturday, 7u~ 20th, 2013 6:00p.m. to 11:00p.m. 348 Bear Run (A15) clio, CA Dinner Prepared by The Dragon at Nakoma Golf Resort Includes Tn- mp, Ch ken Vegetarian Plate.& More No-Host Bar, Music, Raffles andSilent Auction With Something for everyone!' $4 ic 0-''ts T kets available an HSAR in Delleker Graeagle Mill Worf s in Graeag. le 'qch No oma Golf Resort Quincy Drug in Quincy GratefuI Dawg GenemlStore in Portofa ... We want Quincy, CA 95971. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your continued support. Local avail Quincy Natural Foods' CooperatiVe Community Fund is now accepting 2013 grant applications. Quincy Natural Foods and Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation established the Quincy Natural Foods Cooperative Community Fund in 2005 to provide financial support to local nonprofit organizations. A total of $600 will be donated in 2013. Granting criteria: Grants will be given to nonprofit and/or cooperative organizations. Grants will be given to organizations whose purpose and activities address these issues: --Agriculture, food and hunger. --Environment. --Community. --Cooperatives. Preference will be given to organizations based and operating in the local area. Preference will be given to organizations with annual budgets of less than $50,000. Stipulations: Funds may not be used for political or lobbying efforts. Quincy Natural Foods Cooperative requests that funds be spent locally whenever possible. To apply, pick up an application at Quincy Natural Foods Co-op or online at PIONEER DAY IN TAYLORSVILLE JUNE 15, 2013 In June we celebrate the pioneers, The frontier men and women, tough and brave, Who left their homes and conquered all their fears To tread the trails then lined with cross and grave. A man named Jobe surveyed the valley here And quickly made the tranquil place his home Among the Maidu whom he saw as peer, Who tilled for him their ancient, fertile loam. In Genesee a man named John arrived To build a house and make a brand new life From whom so many living here derived, Proud heirs of union with his Maidu wife. And as we honor all the sturdy pibneers, Let's thank the Maidu for they lessened settless' fears. Salvatore (Sam) Catalano April 27, 2013 2:23 PM TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents" STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS Fri., June 14 - Mon., June 17 Rated PG-13 * 132 Min. Action ! Sci Fi When the crew of the Enterprise is called back home, they find an unstoppable force of -terror from within their own organization has detonated the fleet and everything it stands for, leaving our world in a state of crisis. With a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction. As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friend- ships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew. MAN OF STEEL Rated PG-13 143 Min. Action/Adventure This is a new take on the Superman story. A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind. Cast includes Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne and Russell Crowe. TOtUH [IStudents/$enirs '; ........ $711 .................. HALL 28311140" 469 Main St -- THEltTltE . "., Quincy, CA Visit us at www.q' t