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6B Wednesday, July 6, 2011 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Relay For Life's 2t)"_ _1 Plumas District Hospital employee Steve Tolen, himself a cancer survivor and a May Shawn Rock On team member, struggled through his comments during the opening ceremony. Tolen said as a hospital employee he'd always supported Relay For Life but it took on new meaning this year as he lost friends to cancer m John Squires, Shawn Webb, Randy Beck and Jedidiah Lusk. In September 2010, Tolen underwent surgery for prostate cancer. In its first year, Team EPHC joins to honor the memory of co- worker Pauline Coe-lrwin. Team captain Regina Martinez said, "She made a difference in my day when I got to see her." Daughter Tabitha (left) joined in to support her morn and Samantha VanWinkle walked for her mom. At the close of the Relay For Life event, the team was just short of its $2,500 goal. Team members will host one more bake sale to reach their goal before the August deadline. Photos by Mona Hill North Fork Family Medicine team members and sisters Janice Bonnett (left), Cathy Fincher and Rhonda Daugherty stand in front of the quilt Bonnett made to honor, her brother Mark Whitney, who died of cancer. Whitney favored high-top red tennis shoes and aloha shirts. In addition, he used pink flamingos instead of orange cones for his job. Bev Cragg won the quilt (inset) featuring pink flamingos wearing red tennies and a variety of aloha shirts. The drawing raised $660 for a cure. Luminaria in the stands spell out what the fundraising event and volunteers are all about: hope. 4 7 1 2 5 6 9 8 1 Difficult 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 3 6 1 9 8 4 9 3 2 5 1 2 Elementary S[E GIAI E L aIR WIA T E C R SIT E!W R D Hill ___-';- IV]A R Y O A _ ,.s, llm i R E C O O S ]ORAL E A IP I P E Is L [s __ Is t . *isiT O R A G I S T E  - 11-7- S T A R A L E B G E R S llll EAR S N G E L D n NiE S N oiw Sudoku Solution #2215-D 1 2 9 4 8 3 5 7 - r---- 2 9!517 32 1 486 5268341 79 71 4592863 83961 7524 491 275638 67548391 2 2 8 3 1[6 9 7 4 5 ACROSS 1. Fitzgerald forte 5. Singer James or Jones 9. Little rascal 14. Kipling's "Rikki- Tikki- " 15. Like khakis 16. French capital, in song 17." Old Cowhand" 18. Kind of molecular link 20. Marker feature 22. King's domain 23. To's companion 24. Half a fortnight 26. Word before monkey or gun 29. Stocking stuffer? 31. Ardor 33. Use a swizzle stick 34. Hasp. staffers 36. Regrets deeply 38. Bach's "Minuet Major" ' 39. Object of ridicule 43. Sportscaster McCarver 44.9D or 10EEE 45. Japanese honorific ..... 46. Castle basements, in some horror movies 48. African grassland 50. Brutish one 54. Islands vacation, perhaps 56. Elite Navy diver 58. Pre-Lenten carnival site 59. Cataloguer of yore 61. Europe's westernmost country 63. "I Walk the Line" singer 66. Plenty mad 25 34 35 36 55 59 L.__ American Profile Hometown Content 56 6O 65 68 71 10 11 33 38 w m 6/26/2011 67. Upturned 9. Asparagus 42. "Blastoff!" 68. Prefix with serving preceder cumulus 10. Sends a 43. Gentle handling, 69. Ratchet engager telegraph to initially 70. Bacotl piece 11. Like potpourri 47. "Burnt" crayon 71. Soy-based soup 12. Chess pieces color 72. Eyelid swelling 13. XlNG 49. Believers like 19. Like snakes and Franklin and DOWN worms Jefferson 1. Leaves no tip to 21. Jew's-harp 51. Biblical landfall 2. Paparazzo's sounds 52. Strong and lean need 25. Nutmeats 53. Take baby steps 3. Arthurian 27. Go down 55. Pooch that said paradise 28. Joule fraction "Arfi" 4. Windshield 30. Play about 57. Allergy-season shading Capote sound 5. Aviator 32. Dog days mo. 60. Con job Rickenbacker 35. Chilled to the 62. They may be 6. Saint- (French bone read or sealed resort) 37. Nag's digs 63. Mr. Six-pack 7. Letter before 39. Whopper creator 64. Come- upsilon 40. Many oater (marketing ploys) 8. The ans. to this attacks 65. He whipped 41. Suffix with ion or Foreman in '74 clue, e.g. lion Art Around the Lake "Art Tour" :: Presented by Feather River Fine Arts Guild and Plumas Arts Open Studio Saturday, July 23, 2011 - lOam to 4pm All Ticket Sales Benefit Art in Our Local Schools. Tickets $10 Pam@TrebesStudios.com 3215 Hill Crest Drive Lake Almanor, California 96137 530.596-4166 www.TrebesStudios.com Audio/Video Hook-Ups Electronic Design & Implementation THX Certified Home Theater Design Rick@TrebesStudios.com